Lamar Jackson is one of the most electric and productive players in college football history.
During Saturday’s TaxSlayer Bowl matchup against No. 24 Mississippi State, Jackson once again put his name in the record books by breaking one of his own single-season records.
To close out the first half, Jackson ripped off a 75-yard run to break his old school record of total offensive yards in a single year.
Jackson’s previous record was 5,114 yards.
Here is Jackson’s 75-yard run which was the longest of his career.
Big 75-yard run late in the 2nd Quarter by #BoyntonBeach HS (FL) alum & #Louisville #Cardinals QB Lamar Jackson (@Lj_era8) vs the #MississippiState #Bulldogs in the #TaxSlayerBowl pic.twitter.com/09VUJ8lza8
— Sleeper Athletes (@SleeperAthletes) December 30, 2017
With just two minutes remaining in the game, Jackson has thrown for 149 yards and two touchdowns, while adding 168 yards and an additional score. Unfortunately, he has also tossed four interceptions as the Cardinals trail, 31-27.
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