Re: How long until these records are broken?
Todd Ellis's single-season passing record is by far the most breakable. 3,206 yards over a 13 game season is 246 passing yards/game. 3,206 passing yards would have been 26th in the country last year. Bo Wallace, who no one considers to be a great QB, had 3,346 passing yards last year.
As for Big George's 1894 rushing yards, I don't envision anyone breaking that in the foreseeable future. That total would've been good enough for 3rd in the country last year. Given durability concerns with RBs, I just can't see a USC RB getting enough carries to pile up that many yards.
Alshon's 1517 yards is also a record I don't see anyone breaking any time soon. That record should have gotten more publicity and hype from USC than it did, because it really is a staggering number. It's the 2nd most Rec. Yards in a single season in SEC history, and is nearly 400 more than the 2nd most single season yards in USC history.
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