Lamar Jackson becomes third player in FBS history to reach at least 50 passing and rushing touchdowns
Larmar Jackson's impressive career just added another accolade which puts him in elite company.
The 2016 Heisman Trophy winner became just the third quarterback in FBS history with at least 50 passing and 50 rushing touchdowns for his career. Jackson joins former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow and Nevada's Colin Kaepernick as the only players to accomplish the feat.
Jackson's 50th career rushing touchdown came in the second quarter of Louisville's matchup against No. 23 Mississippi State in the Taxslayer Bowl. The score, which tied the game at 14-14, came in typical Lamar-Jackson style juking out a defender on a read-option from 13 yards out,
Jackson, who finished third in this year's Heisman voting, entered Saturday's game with 67 passing touchdowns and 49 rushing. Tebow finished his career with 88 pasing and 57 rushing tochdowns, while Kaepernick totaled 82 passing and 59 rushing touchdowns.