It’s been the roughest game of the season for TaQuon Marshall and Georgia Tech, but he finally managed a bright spot in the fourth quarter against Clemson on Saturday night.
Losing 24-3, the Yellow Jackets but together their first touchdown-scoring drive of the game. A fourth-down conversion helped set up the score when Marshall found Ricky Jeune on a comeback route for the most successful passing play of the night.
After that, Marshall stepped back and then ran on a designed quarterback draw play for a 22-yard touchdown. Jeune helped seal the final block near the end zone on the score.
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