Georgia Tech practiced Wednesday to prepare for Jacksonville State on Saturday.
After a 42-41 double overtime loss to No. 25 Tennessee Monday, the team had to turn around quickly for Jacksonville State, which is ranked fifth in the FCS.
A few notable mistakes –– including two missed field goals –– Monday night shifted the momentum of the game, but quarterback TaQuon Marshall proved why head coach Paul Johnson picked him for the start.
Marshall rushed for 249 yards, 5 touchdowns, and the junior quarterback had 369 total yards Monday against a ranked opponent.
The Yellow Jackets’ home opener against Jacksonville State starts at 12:30 p.m.