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Northern Illinois QB Jordan Lynch Breaks Own Record With 321 Rushing Yards

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In a Tuesday night college football matchup in which Northern Illinois defeated Western Michigan 33-17, UNI quarterback Jordan Lynch set an NCAA rushing record for quarterbacks … again.

Lynch’s 27 carries for 321 yards was the most ever by a quarterback in a game, breaking his own record which was 316 yards. Remember: he’s not a running back. The QB only passed for 27 yards on  5-of-17 completions.

He is a Heisman candidate, but is very unlikely to win the bronze.

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