Offensive Records Broken in 2013

Dec 31, 2013; Memphis, TN, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs quarterback Dak Prescott (15) carries the ball against the Rice Owls during the second quarter at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

It was a record-setting year on many fronts for MSU’s offense. We’ll start with the leaders…

Passing – Dak Prescott: 1,940

Rushing – Dak Prescott: 829

Receiving – Jameon Lewis: 923

Now on to the team offensive records set in 2013…

  1. Total yards with 5,647 (5,217 in 2010)
  2. First downs with 305 (268 in 2010)
  3. Total plays with 956 (907 in 2010)
  4. Passing yardage with 3,178 (3,091 in 2012)
  5. Total YPG with 434.4 (422 in 1982)
  6. Passing YPG with 244.5 (239.7 in 1978)
  7. Completion % with .590 (.587 in 2012)
  8. Completions with 253 (244 in 2012)
  9. Tied the touchdown record with 48 (2010)

Individual single-game records…

  1. Jameon Lewis: 220 receiving yards vs. Rice (215 by David Smith vs. Texas Tech in 1970)
  2. Jameon Lewis & Dak Prescott: 1st time in SEC history two players scored a TD rushing, passing and receiving in the same game….and they did it twice!

Individual single-season records….

  1. Tyler Russell: Completion % with .651 (.600 by Chris Relf in 2011)
  2. Dak Prescott: Rushing yards by a QB with 829

Individual career records…

  1. Tyler Russell: Touchdown passes with 42 (38 by Derrick Taite)
  2. Tyler Russell: Passing efficiency with 137.3 (135.11 by Jackie Parker

 

Topics: Mississippi State Bulldogs

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