UGA’s two freshman tailbacks top 100 yards: ‘They’re probably thinking their plan is going pretty good so far’

ATHENS — Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall have a lot in common — both from North Carolina, both highly recruited tailbacks, both University of Georgia freshmen.

Oh, and roommates, too.

Saturday night, they had something else in common: 100-plus yards rushing.

It was a race to see which of the two would reach triple digits first against the outmatched Florida Atlantic defense, and as it turned out they did so on back-to-back plays early in the third quarter — Marshall first on a 13-yard run, then Gurley on a 38-yard touchdown run that gave Georgia a 42-14 lead with 10:18 remaining in the quarter.

Neither played much after that as Georgia went deep into its roster for the completion of a 56-20 victory at Sanford Stadium.

Gurley finished with 111 yards and Marshall with 104, both getting 10 carries and both scoring one touchdown.

“It was probably … what they envisioned,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said afterward. “They are good friends, and they wanted to play together …

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