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Chasing History: Rudolph can top Brandon Weeden in Passing TDs Record Against WVU



Mason Rudolph’s bid to top Brandon Weeden on the all-time OSU passing TDs list fell short last weekend in Austin. With no touchdown strikes against a pesky Longhorns defense, he remains at 74 in his career — just one shy of the G.O.A.T.

Playing against a defense that ranks 105th nationally in yards passing allowed per game this weekend in Morgantown, though, Rudolph might have a shot at leapfrogging No. 3.

QB Pass Yards Pass TDs
Mason Rudolph 11,364 74
Brandon Weeden 9,260 75
Mike Gundy 8,473 57
Zac Robinson 8,317 66
Josh Fields 6,090 55


As for No. 28, James Washington had a quiet day on Saturday as well based off his outrageously high expectations. He was largely stifled with 32 yards and did not score a TD, making his bid to potentially catch Rashaun in that area even more unlikely.

However, Washington is still well within reach of Woods’ all-time yards receiving mark. He need only (!!) average 115.4 yards per game to top the record in the regular season, or 96.2 per game including a bowl game. He needs to average 1.7 TDs per game to tie Rashaun on the receiving TDs mark (including a bowl), and 1.83 per game to pass him before he moves to the next level of his career.

WR Receiving Yards Receiving TDs
Rashaun Woods 4,414 42
James Washington 3,837 32
Justin Blackmon 3,564 40
Hart Lee Dykes 3,510 31
D’Juan Woods 2,751 20
Dez Bryant 2,425 29


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