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: Two New K9 Teams Graduate From Pittsburgh Police K9 School
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?
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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