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ATLANTA (AP) -- Rashaun Grant ran for 119 yards and a touchdown
in place of injured star Tashard Choice and Georgia Tech beat Army
Choice hurt his right knee on a 7-yard run late in the first
quarter. The senior, in obvious pain, was helped off the field and
then wheeled to the locker room. He did not return to the sideline.
Grant, also a senior, posted his first 100-yard game since his
freshman season, but sat out the fourth quarter with an injury to
his right ankle.
Freshman Jonathan Dwyer and sophomore Jamaal Evans also ran for
second-half touchdowns for the Yellow Jackets, who had 510 total
yards, including 292 on the ground.
Choice, the Atlantic Coast Conference's leading rusher, set
career highs with 37 carries for 204 yards in a win at Miami last
week. He ran for 24 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown run, before
Georgia Tech (5-3) only led 13-10 at halftime.
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