Through four quarters this season, Louisville sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson has 13 touchdowns.

Yes, four quarters, 13 touchdowns.


In his first game of the season, Jackson threw six touchowns and ran for two touchdowns, before being pulled at halftime as the Cardinals throttled Charlotte 70-14.

Well, tonight, Jackson has only played two quarters at Syracuse — it’s at halftime at the time of this post — and has accounted for five more touchdowns (four on the ground, one in the air).  And Jackson’s last touchdown was freakin’ ridiculous, as he hurdled a Syracuse defender in amazing fashion before taking it into the end zone.

Video of this insane play:

Louisville entered this game ranked No. 13 (AP poll) in the country, so if the team keeps winning and Jackson keeps putting up these ridiculous numbers, he’s going to be a frontrunner for the Heisman.

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