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Cardinals QB Jackson makes history

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Louisville Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson made history in what could potentially be his final college football game. Jackson made history with 50 passing touchdowns and 50 rushing touchdowns.

He is the third player in college football history to do this, joining former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow and former Nevada Wolf Pack quarterback Colin Kaepernick. He accomplished this feat with a rushing touchdown in the second quarter against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the TaxSlayer Bowl on Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville, Florida.

Jackson will have another half in what could be the end of his college career. Many expect that Jackson will enter his electrifying talents in the 2018 NFL Draft.

More to come.


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