Bulldogs break 22 school records

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott set 10 school single-season records in 2014. (AP Photo/Thomas Graning)

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott set 10 school single-season records in 2014. (AP Photo/Thomas Graning)

Mississippi State enjoyed many memorable moments during its 2014 regular season campaign. The Bulldogs spent five weeks as the nation’s No. 1 team and held the top ranking in the first ever College Football Playoff Poll.

MSU finished the regular season at 10-2 overall and a 6-2 mark inside the Southeastern Conference. The Bulldogs also broke a few school records along the way.

The following MSU single-season team records have been shattered this year (10):
Total Offensive Yards – 6,074

Per Game Offense – 506.2

Points Scored – 446

Most Touchdowns – 56

Passing Yardage – 3,196

Passing Yards Per Game – 266.3

Completion Percentage – .613

Passing Touchdowns – 28

Blocked Kicks – 4

Most PAT Kicks Made – 56

The following MSU individual single-season records have been broken this season (12 – 10 by Dak Prescott):

Rushing Yards by a QB – Dak Prescott; 939

Total Offense – Dak Prescott; 3,935 (2014)

Total Offense Yards Per Game – Dak Prescott; 327.9

Touchdowns Responsible For – Dak Prescott; 37

Completion Percentage – Dak Prescott; .612

Passing Yards – Dak Prescott; 2,996

Passing Yards Per Game – Dak Prescott; 249.7

200-Yard Passing Games – Dak Prescott; 11

Passing Touchdowns – Dak Prescott; 24

Passing Efficiency – Dak Prescott; 151.3

PAT Kicks Attempted – Evan Sobiesk, 55 (2014)

PAT Kicks Made – Evan Sobiesk; 52 (2014)

I have covered Mississippi State in some capacity since 2004 and joined the Daily Journal staff in 2013. I enjoy short walks on the beach, performing concerts in my car and watching professional wrestling.

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