When TaQuon Marshall hit the edges, its tough to catch him.
In the first quarter of Georgia Tech’s game against Pittsburgh on Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium, Marshall sped toward the Yellow Jackets’ sideline on a second-and-9 from the Panthers’ 32-yard line. Suddenly he cut the ball up the field right along the sideline and tip-toed 32 yards before diving for the pylon to tie the score at 7-7 with 6:29 left in the first quarter.
That was Marshall’s seventh rushing touchdown of the season and 10th total score.
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