Dak Prescott did not play his best game of the season, especially as a passer, against the Kentucky Wildcats, but he still produced solid numbers in the contest, totaling just over 300 yards of offense and scoring three touchdowns. With those statistics, here is a look at where Prescott stands all-time at Mississippi State.
With his two touchdowns on the ground Saturday, Prescott moved into a third place tie with Michael Davis. A repeat performance against Arkansas would move him into a tie with Vick Ballard for second place all time.
In a category that everyone knew was just a matter of time, Dak Prescott broke the four-way tie atop the list for the most 200-yard passing games in a career at Mississippi State. When all is said and done, Prescott should be close to doubling this record before he hangs up the pads in Starkville.
With his 200-plus yard performance against Kentucky, Prescott moved past Tommy Pharr on in the career passing yardage mark.
Prescott's touchdown pass to Brandon Hill allowed him to break a tie with Chris Relf on the all-time passing touchdowns list.
This one is not a new record, but each week, Prescott can continue to tighten his grip on his career touchdowns responsible for record.