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In this Nov. 30, 2013 photo provided by Auburn University, Auburn equipment manager Dana Marquez watches from the sidelines during the Iron Bowl NCAA college football game in Auburn, Ala. Marquez got national attention when he repaired a jersey with a sewing machine. With just under nine minutes left in the fourth quarter, a Tigers' trainer spotted a rip in defensive end LaDarius Owens' jersey. Owens peeled off the jersey, and Marquez went to work on a Viking Emerald Series 116 sewing machine. CBS broadcast Marquez sewing the No. 10 jersey across the country, and CBS sports reporter Tracy Wolfson tweeted a picture to her followers. While it only took Marquez 30 seconds to repair the jersey, photos and video of him sewing have popped up across the Internet. USA Today's sports blog
The Associated Press
2013-12-03

In this Nov. 30, 2013 photo provided by Auburn University, Auburn equipment manager Dana Marquez watches from the sidelines during the Iron Bowl NCAA college football game in Auburn, Ala. Marquez got national attention when he repaired a jersey with a sewing machine. With just under nine minutes left in the fourth quarter, a Tigers' trainer spotted a rip in defensive end LaDarius Owens' jersey. Owens peeled off the jersey, and Marquez went to work on a Viking Emerald Series 116 sewing machine. CBS broadcast Marquez sewing the No. 10 jersey across the country, and CBS sports reporter Tracy Wolfson tweeted a picture to her followers. While it only took Marquez 30 seconds to repair the jersey, photos and video of him sewing have popped up across the Internet. USA Today's sports blog "The Big Lead" mentioned it in a story, and the hashtag #SewEagle appeared on Twitter. (AP Photo/Auburn University, Todd J. Van Emst)

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