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Arkansas tailback Korliss Marshall caps off his birthday with a scrimmage-ending dash to pay dirt as the Razorbacks go through a 107-play scrimmage with an estimated 3,500 fans on hand Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

The birthday boy put an capper on the Saturday festivities at Reynolds Razorback Stadium with some explosive fireworks. Sophomore tailback Korliss Marshall, who turned 20 on Saturday, ripped off 8 carries for 102 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the day – including a 57-yard dash to the end zone on the last offensive play of a 107-play scrimmage before an estimated 3,500 fans. Marshall also had two catches for 11 yards and another score on the day as he looks to become more of a force in the Arkansas offense this season after rushing just 17 times for 146 yards and returning 19 kickoffs for 422 yards last season. “I think Korliss – the sky is the limit for that kid,” Razorback head coach Bret Bielema said. “He really is an exciting player. I hope he understands how special he is because he really has been given some things that are not normal in this world. I really hope he understands and is going to in turn pay that back ten-fold because he has the ability to do that...

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