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While Georgia’s season hasn’t exactly gone as planned this season with the team sitting at 5-4 with losses to rivals Tennessee and Florida this season. The Bulldogs still have games against Louisiana-Lafayette, Auburn and Georgia Tech to finish the season and that means more opportunities for Jacob Eason to make his way into the record books.

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With his 245 passing yards against Kentucky, Eason now has 1,754 on the season. While that number may not seem like a lot, it’s now more than the 1,749 passing yards that the legendary Matthew Stafford had in his freshman season.

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With those three games left — plus a potential bowl game — Eason is 682 yards away from passing Chris Leak for second among true freshman SEC quarterbacks since 1996, and 731 yards away from passing Quincy Carter for the top spot.

[h/t 247Sports]

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