New Miami Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall Surprises UCF Practice

April 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The newest addition to the Miami Dolphins, wide receiver, Brandon Marshall, made a pit stop to the school that gave him the chance to make it in the National Football League. Saturday afternoon, Marshall walked on to the field at Bright House Stadium, home to the UCF Knights, waving and smiling at the hundreds of fans, who watched him don the black and gold, to orange and blue, and now the teal and blue.
At Central Florida, Marshall caught 113 passes for over 1,600 yards in his 21 starts, 13 of which were touchdowns. In the 2005 Hawaii Bowl, he caught 11 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns, earning him the honor of being named to the All-C-USA team. When the UCF safety went down, Marshall played center field, leading the team in tackles (51), and even making an interception.
UCF is where Marshall calls home. When he was injured during the 2009 training camp, he traveled to the Central Florida campus to train with head coach George O'Leary and the Knights' athletic staff...

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