Lamar Jackson continued his march into the record books during Saturday's TaxSlayer Bowl, becoming just the third FBS player with at least 50 rushing and 50 passing touchdowns in his career, but he was ultimately undone by four interceptions as the Cardinals lost to Mississippi State 31-27. He joined former Florida and Nevada quarterbacks Tim Tebow and Colin Kaepernick, respectively, as the only others to accomplish that feat. Jackson, who is expected to decide whether to enter the NFL draft soon, was sacked six times in the second half alone by the Mississippi State defense.
|IN THIS STORY:|
Louisville QB Lamar Jackson reaches 50 rushing, 50 passing TDs
ESPN | Jan 9