“It has been one heck of a journey for my first season,” he said. “It has been fun, but I hate the feeling in the way we went out. It sucks to send the seniors out on a game like this, but I am not going to lie to you and say I didn’t enjoy the journey with them. It’s been incredible.
“(I) improved a lot. Learned something new every week, every game,” Marshall added. “(I) just really tried to be a better leader and bring the guys around me, with me.”
Marshall finished this season as Tech’s single-season leader in rushing yards by a quarterback, passing his predecessor with a run in the second quarter of Saturday’s game. To go along with 1,146 rushing yards this season, his 17 rushing touchdowns are the third-most by a quarterback in Tech history.