In addition to etching his name in the Colts' history books Saturday, former Bulls TB Marlon Mack made another entry in USF annals as well.
The second-year Colts tailback scored on a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of Saturday's AFC wild card game at Houston, becoming the first USF player to score a touchdown in the NFL playoffs.
THE MACK ATTACK! pic.twitter.com/oXD8N2E770— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) January 5, 2019
By day's end, he had run for 148 yards in Indianapolis' 21-7 victory, a new Colts playoff record according to ESPN. He became the franchise's first player with 100 rushing yards in a playoff game since Dominic Rhodes in Super Bowl XLI.
A Colts fourth-round pick in 2017, Mack is attempting to become the 12th USF player — and ninth on an active playoff roster — to reach the Super Bowl.