Dustin Crum

Dustin Crum was a former college football player. He played for the Kent State Golden Flashes from 2017 through 2021.

He was the Golden Flashes’ starting quarterback for several seasons. He also received the 2019 Tropical Smoothie Frisco Bowl MVP when Kent State defeated the Utah State Aggies, 51-41, on December 20, 2019.

Kent State Golden Flashes quarterback Dustin Crum carries the football against the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks
Dustin Crum carries the football against the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks (Photo by Scott R. Galvin/Galvin Photo, LLC and Kent State Athletic Department)

Crum played in 47 games for the Golden Flashes. He went 577 of 865 for 7,471 passing yards in five seasons.

He threw 55 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions.

The best season of his collegiate career was during his senior year when he went 245 of 382 for 3,257 yards. He had 20 touchdown passes and six interceptions.

Crum also had 477 carries for 2,071 yards and 24 additional touchdowns. He also had one reception for zero yards.

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