Virginia Tech wide receiver Marcus Davis was slow to get up and had to be helped to his feet by trainers following a 35-yard reception from quarterback Logan Thomas. He left the game with an apparent shoulder injury.
Davis caught a pass from Thomas on a slant, avoided a tackle and zig-zagged his way down the field for a big gain for the Hokies, but came down awkwardly when he was tackled. Davis fumbled on the play, but the ball was recovered by a Virginia Tech teammate. Davis laid on his back momentarily. When he was helped to his feet by trainers, he stood for a second, composed himself, then ran off the field.
Davis' replacement, Demitri Knowles, caught a 42-yard touchdown pass from Thomas on the following play. Virginia Tech now trails Georgia Tech, 17-14.
Davis had six catches for 82 yards before exiting with the injury.
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