The Heisman Trophy ceremony on Dec. 10 can't come quickly enough for college football fans who already believe that Lamar Jackson has this award bagged. They're pretty much screaming that the FBS Heisman Trophy Committee needs to get the damn ceremony over with because there is no one in the nation who can stop this one-man army brigade.
Every Saturday this season, the No. 7 Louisville Cardinals' best quarterback in their program's history has made fans pick up their jaw from the floor after watching him pummel teams by himself. For a few examples, you can check here and here for how this kid makes his team put up numbers on the boards to look like they're playing college basketball, not football.
Louisville took their talent
s up north to Boston College today to trample over the lowly Eagles, and everyone on Twitter is once again acting brand new to how Jackson can single-handedly decimate his team's opponents.
Out the gate in the first quarter, you knew what kind of afternoon it was going to be for B.C. Watch as Jackson ran this one for 69 yards into the end zone.
With that touchdown, Jackson set a Louisville school record as the first quarterback ever to nix 1000 rushing yards in school history. That put him at 1065 total rushing yards on the season.
Then it just became unfair for B.C. from there. At the end of the first quarter, he had 121 passing yards, 101 rushing yards, and 3 TDs.
By the end of the first half, the score was 38-0. The B.C. coaches should've declared a mercy rule on their home field (they can do that in college football) after they embarrassed themselves and the
unproud Eagles alumni in the stands. Jackson had 5 TDs and you can see them all here.
It's really stupid how amazing this kid is. At the end of the third quarter, Jackson had 7 TDs and 416 yards, which consisted 231 passing yards and 185 rushing yards. Again, this is a quarterback, not a running back. He now has 45 TDs through 9 games, a new FBS record. Wow.
That capped it for Jackson's game statistical totals, and the final score was 52-7. After the game, Lamar was asked by an ESPN reporter how he would stop himself. Of course, that's a stupid question for him to give up a secret of giving a scouting report on himself.
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