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Georgia Tech carried by big plays in 31-17 win over Virginia
Georgia Tech's Clinton Lynch, right, scores a touchdown after catching a pass against Virginia's Kelvin Rainey, left, in the third quarter on Saturday in Atlanta. - photo by David Goldman
ATLANTA — Marcus Marshall ran 67 yards for a touchdown, Justin Thomas threw a 54-yard scoring pass to Clinton Lynch and Qua Searcy broke loose for a 60-yard TD, leading Georgia Tech to a 31-17 victory over Virginia on Saturday. Georgia Tech (7-4, 4-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) struggled through most of the first half and went to the locker room trailing 10-7. Marshall’s career-long run in front of the Cavaliers bench accounted for more than half of the Yellow Jackets’ 111 yards at the break.
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