Georgia wide receiver Marlon Brown was finally back on the field after missing the Bulldogs' season opener against Buffalo. Brown ended up on the receiving end of Georgia's only touchdown in the first half, a 2-yard toss in the final minutes of the second quarter.
The senior was also a key part of the Dawgs' series in the third quarter in which they took the lead, with two catches for 44 yards. Brown hauled in an 11-yard touchdown, and Georgia never looked back.
Brown missed the opener against Buffalo due to a strained hamstring.
"It feels wonderful," said Brown after the win. "It feels real good to be healthy. It definitely feels good to be making plays."
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