Dwayne Haskins Breaks Ohio State's Single-Season Record For Passing Yards

By Dan Hope on November 17, 2018 at 12:58 pm
Dwayne Haskins

No quarterback in Ohio State history has ever thrown for more yards in a single season than Dwayne Haskins this year.

On a 68-yard touchdown pass to Terry McLaurin in the second quarter of Saturday's game at Maryland, Haskins broke Ohio State's school record for passing yards in a single season, surpassing the previous record of 3,330 passing yards set by Joe Germaine in 1998.

Haskins needed only 11 games to become the Buckeyes' all-time leader in single-season passing yards. With at least two games remaining on Ohio State's schedule, Haskins should continue to extend the record, and has the potential to become Ohio State's first-ever 4,000-yard passer.

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