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  • Jackson became the second player in FBS history to record at least 300 passing yards and 100 rushing yards in consecutive games.
  • Jackson surpassed 1,000 yards of total offense with his performance against North Carolina. He has achieved the feat in consecutive seasons and is one of only two players in FBS history since 2000 to reach the 1,000-yard plateau.
  • Jackson's total offense is the highest given up by North Carolina to one player, surpassing the previous record held by Arizona State's Andrew Walter (2002, 479 yards).
  • Jackson finished the game with six touchdowns, giving him 82 total scores for his career. He jetted to third on the school's all-time list, passing Teddy Bridgewater (2011-13, 78) and Brian Brohm (80, 2004-07).
  • Jackson rushed for three scores in the game, putting his career total at 35. He moved into sole possession of third on the school's all-time list and only trails Lenny Lyles (49, 1954-57) and Michael Bush (41, 2003-06).
  • Jackson also threw for three scores, improving his career total to 47. He is fifth on the school's all-time list after passing Jay Gruden (44, 1985-88).
  • With 132 yards rushing, Jackson boasts 2,770 for his career and ranks fourth on the school's all-time list.
  • On the passing side, Jackson logged 393 yards. His career total of 6,154 ranks sixth all-time in school history, passing Stefan Lefors (5,853, 2001-04).
  • Jackson has the most games in UofL history with 350 yards of total offense, reaching that mark for the 14th time to pass Chris Redman.
  • Jackson registered his seventh 300-yard passing game, tying him with Dave Ragone for fourth most. Chris Redman leads the list with 25.
  • Jackson hit Jaylen Smith for a 75-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter, the longest scoring pass of Jackson's career.

 
 

393

YARDS PASSING

6

TOUCHDOWNS

[3 PASSING AND 3 RUSHING]

132

YARDS RUSHING