DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Gaven DeFilippo hit Kegan Moore on two long scoring strikes and one short one in the fourth quarter to lead Stetson to a 31-27 comeback win over Davidson as the Hatters picked up their first Pioneer Conference victory this season.
DeFilippo passed to Moore on a 42-yard score earlier in the final period and flipped the winning TD pass to Moore from the 6 with 1:07 left.
DeFilippo was 24 of 43 passing for 261 yards. Moore grabbed eight of those for 151 yards for Stetson (2-2, 1-1).
McGuire led Davidson (2-3, 0-2) with 130 yards passing and 102 yards on the ground. McGuire broke for a 72-yard scoring run early in the second half to a 14-10 lead.
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