NOTES: Woodson's accuracy now a record
“Then I turned (to offensive coordinator Joker Phillips) and said, 'Are you sure?'”
Kentucky quarterback Andre Woodson broke the NCAA record for consecutive pass attempts without an interception in the second quarter against Arkansas last night.
The old record was held by Fresno State's Trent Dilfer, who threw 271 straight passes without a pick in 1993. Woodson came into the game with a Southeastern Conference-record 257 straight passes without an interception, and he went 21-for-39 for 265 yards with two TDs and no picks last night.
'It's a big honor to have your name there, but nothing's possible without my teammates,' Woodson said. Read more
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#1 Sep 23, 2007
I agree with Woodson, in that case you need to pass for the two point conversion, too many weapons to throw to and Andre is not known for his running plays.
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