Already leading 13-0 at the half, Washington and Lee poured it on just 52-seconds into the third quarter. After forcing a three-and-out on Sewanee’s first possession of the frame, Alex Cantrell was one of several Generals to break thru the Tigers punt protection. He blocked the kick, which was picked up by Logan Brand. He took the loose ball 20 yards to the end zone. The turnover was one of four forced by W&L’s defense and special teams on the way to a 47-14 win to move to 2-0 under new head coach Garrett LeRose.