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Mason Rudolph Could Return from Alabama as OSU’s All-Time Leading Passer



We’ve known for some time that Mason Rudolph was on a collision course with all the passing records at Oklahoma State. Where he ends up among your top QBs at OSU is subjective. Where he ends up according to the record books is merely a formality at this point.

When Oklahoma State kicks off in Mobile on Friday night, the senior quarterback will be sitting at 9,017 career passing yards, just 243 shy of Brandon Weeden. He was only held lower than that number in two games all of last season and holds a career average of 300-plus yards per game. So there’s a good chance he returns from Alabama with that title.

Let’s take a look at some of the other all-time lists and OSU records within Rudolph’s reach through one week of play. We’ll keep you updated as the season progresses.

Rudolph’s Numbers Total Rank Current Leader Record/High Needs to Own
Passing Yards 9,017 2 Brandon Weeden 9,260 244 Yards
Passing TDs 58 3 Brandon Weeden 75 18 TDs
TDs Responsible For 66 T3 Zac Robinson 88 23 TDs
Total Offense 9,013 3 Zac Robinson 10,175 1,163 Yards
Pass Efficiency 154.1 2 Brandon Weeden 157.6 3.5 Points
Career Passing Avg 300.5 Yards 1 Mason Rudolph 300.5 Yards Owns
Completion % 62.30% 3 Brandon Weeden 69.5% 7.2% Increase
Career INT Avoidance 1.7% (17 / 982) 1 Mason Rudolph 1.7% Owns

Six of these eight are almost a lock if Rudolph stays healthy and he’s got a chance at both passer efficiency and completion rate depending on how the season goes.

Of course, the most important stat appears in the left side of the W/L column. Rudolph’s sitting at 23-6 as a starter (Weeden was 23-3). He’s currently one behind Weeden in the trophy case.

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