By Chris Kral
Washington State’s quarterback Connor Halliday smashed the NCAA Division I record for passing yards Saturday night with 734 yards against Cal.READ MORE: North Hills School District Students To Learn Online On Wednesday Due To Bus Driver Shortage
Luckily for Halliday, the Golden Bears’ defense is terrible. On the other hand, Wazzu still lost 60-59 after missing a field goal.
Connor Halliday can’t do it all, you guys.
Here’s 8 crazy Connor Halliday stats after his record-breaking night:
1. Indeed it was, NCAA.
11 top 25 teams lost and Washington State's Connor Halliday threw for an FBS record 734 yards.— NCAA (@NCAA) October 5, 2014
This week was nuts. pic.twitter.com/ejUPmWNn4J
2. On pace to smash more records?
Connor Halliday (Wash State) has 3,052 yards passing and 26 touchdowns through 6 games so far this year. #AirRaid— Full Court Prez (@fullcourtprez) October 5, 2014
3. ::brushes shoulders off::
4. Doesn’t the lowest stat get dropped like college exam grades?
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Connor Halliday, QB for Washington State, threw for 734 yards yesterday against Cal... the fewest # of yards he's thrown for this year = 389— Jordan Pederson (@AllEyesNorth94) October 5, 2014
5. Work in progress.
6. Just another day in college football.
Connor Halliday is the 15th player in NCAA history to throw for 600+ yards in a game. #GoCougs— Washington State Football (@WSUCougarFB) October 5, 2014
7. ::brushes shoulders off (again)::
8. Don’t remind him.
Connor Halliday threw for 734 yards and 6TD's, yet Washington State fell to Cal 60-59 on a missed FG at the end. That's a depressing loss.— Matthew Hatfield (@hatfieldsports) October 5, 2014
Bonus: Couldn’t have said it better, Connor Halliday.
So let me get this right @SportsCenter we as an offense break the NCAA single game passing record, and none of it is in the too ten plays...— Connor Halliday (@c_halliday12) October 5, 2014
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