Lamar Jackson's ridiculous performance on Friday broke an ACC record

Can anyone stop this guy?

Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson could definitely have one of the most ridiculous statistical seasons in college football history.

Jackson had 610 yards of total offense against Syracuse on Friday, gaining 411 yards through the air and 199 yards on the ground. He scored five total touchdowns on the night, including this ridiculous hurdle in the second quarter.

The 610 yards set an ACC record for total yards in a game, and here's the ridiculous part: he was pulled mid-way in the fourth quarter after Louisville had gained a significant enough lead over the Orange.

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The unfortunate part of that pull in the fourth is that Jackson fell one yard shy of becoming the first player in FBS history to pass for 400 yards and rush for 200 yards in the same game. As it stands, he is the second player to do 400/150, as Northern Illinois Jordan Lynch did that back in 2013.