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September 28, 2013

Jacksonville rally falls short in loss to Marshall

Tribe off to worst start in 18 years

(Continued)

MARSHALL —

The Indians (0-5), answered back before the first quarter was over when running back, Braylon Parrish broke off-tackle, sprung outside and raced 81-yards down the left sideline. The Jacksonville PAT kick was blocked by Dontavious Boyd.

Hart stretched the one-point lead on another TD strike of 31-yards to Ashton Robinson.

Jacksonville however tied the game up later as Carter McCown threw to a wide-open Claude Franklin in the Marshall end zone.

The Indians dew even at 14-14 when Lekendrick Anderson bulled in for the PAT run.

Marshall grabbed the 21-14 halftime lead when much-faceted Jaucque Kuykendall sprinted around the right end and down the sideline from 42-yards, and the Acuna kick made it 21-14, Marshall at the break.

The Mavs controlled the ball most of the first half, holding a 244 to 165 in total yards advantage at intermission.

Kuykendall made his second TD run with 44-seconds before the end of the third quarter, The Acuna PAT boot was true for a 28-14 count going into the final stanza.

Another Maverick TD run by Kuykendall made it a 28-14 count, with a 19-yard TD run just before the quarter.

McCown got the Indians back on a roll as he found Trent Sansom for a big 23-yard completion to the Mavs one-yard line. One play later, McCown bulled in from three-yards away, and the Travis PAT kick made it a 28-21, Mav lead with 10:30 left in the game.

Kuykendall added 167-yards on 17 carries and three touchdowns.

 

 

Marshall 35, Jacksonville 28

 

Score-by-Quarter

Jacksonville 6 8 0 7 - 28

Marshall 7 14 7 7 - 35

 

Scoring Summary

First Quarter –

M: Marek Reyes 4 pass from Justin Hart, (Emanuel Acuna PAT kick), 10:10

J: Braylon Parrish 81 run, (kick blocked), 4:33

Second Quarter –

M: Ashton Robinson 31 pass from Justin Hart, (Acuna kick good), 7:56

J: Claude Franklin 14 pass Carter McCown, (Lekendrick Anderson PAT run good), 6:17.

M: Jaucque Kuykendall 42 run, (Acuna kick good), 4:56

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