Thursday, May 1, 2014

Offensive Records* Section Updated

The Offensive Records section is now updated with last year's data.  You can look all over the internet, but Blue Football Through and Through is the first place to contain the updated records section, and it is without peer for size and number of statistical categories.  You can access it at any time by clicking on the Offensive Records* Tab at the top of the website.  The link is also shown below:

Highlights include Matt Miller breaking the school record for receptions in a season with 88, and Joe Southwick breaking the school mark for completion percentage for a game (27-29 vs. Air Force).  Miller and Shane Williams-Rhodes shattered the existing record for most receptions by a duo that was previously held by Austin Pettis and Titus Young.  Miller, Williams-Rhodes and Geraldo Boldewijn broke the record for most receptions by a trio as well.

Jay Ajayi also set a school mark, becoming only the fourth Bronco in history to record 100 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving in the same game.  Ajayi rushed for 147 and had 105 receiving yards against New Mexico last year.

Additionally, Miller is currently second all-time in career receptions, fifth in career receiving yards and fourth in career touchdown receptions.  Williams-Rhodes is currently third all-time for rushing yards by a receiver.

Jay Ajayi moved into 11th in career rushing, which includes the third-most rushing yards by his sophomore year (an exclusive statistic brought to you by Blue Football Through and Through).  Ajayi ranks 10th in career touchdowns and his 18 rushing TD's last season is the third-best in school history.

Joe Southwick wrapped up his Boise State career by recording the second-best single-season passing percentage ever at Boise State and finishing as the second-most accurate passer in his Bronco career.  Southwick also finished with the second-lowest career interception percentage, fifth in career passing efficiency, sixth in career completions, eighth in career total offense, and ninth in career touchdown passes.

Grant Hedrick's 2013 campaign ranked him in the top five for passing percentage, and, despite only starting half the season, Hedrick is already ranked 17th in career touchdown passes and 23rd in career passing yards.  Hedrick's five-TD passing game against Colorado State put him tied for second all-time, and Grant's 115-yard rushing performance vs. Nevada is second all-time for yards by a quarterback.

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