Lamar Jackson has been lighting up opposing defenses all season and is currently the unanimous front-runner for the Heisman Trophy. On Saturday afternoon, the Louisville star quarterback reached yet another milestone in his record-breaking season.
In the first half of Saturday’s game against North Carolina State, Jackson found Cole Hikutini for a three-yard score which gave the signal-caller the 33rd touchdown of his career; tying a school record.
Minutes later, Jackson continued his dominance by finding Jamari Staples for a 16-yard play into the endzone.
With that score, Jackson broke the Louisville school single-season total touchdown record.
It was all part of an incredible first-half performance that has the Cardinals leading the Wolfpack 44-0 after two quarters of play,the fourth-largest margin halftime margin in score history.
It doesn’t look like Jackson will be slowing down anytime soon, so expect some more records to fall as he continues his journey to New York for the Heisman Trophy presentation.
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