Dwayne Haskins Passes Denard Robinson To Set Big Ten All-Purpose Yards Record

By Colin Hass-Hill on December 1, 2018 at 9:37 pm
Dwayne Haskins

Until Dwayne Haskins hit Parris Campbell for a 17-yard completion in the first quarter of Saturday's Big Ten championship game, Denard Robinson held the Big Ten single-season all-purpose yards record.

But with that throw and catch, Haskins surpassed Robinson's record of 4,272 all-purpose yards that was set in 2010. Earlier this season, Haskins leapt J.T. Barrett, who previously held the program record of 3,851 all-purpose yards that he set last season.

Barrett played two seasons – 2014 and 2017 – that rank inside the top 25 in the conference. Terrelle Pryor's 2010 season also is in the top 25.

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