Princeton Tigers quarterback Chad Kanoff continued his assault on the school passing records by moving into second on the all-time passer list in a victory over Georgetown.
Kanoff completed 86.2 percent of his passes and threw four touchdown passes to help the Tigers shake off a sluggish start. His performance allowed the California native to earn the Uplifting Athletes Rare Performance of the Week.
Kanoff completed 25 of 29 passes for 313 yards to give him 5,269 career passing yards. His four touchdown passes against the Hoyas covered 63, 13, 5 and 1 yards. The accuracy is nothing new for Kanoff this season. He’s averaging better than 70 percent and his NCAA QB rating is a stellar 162.4.
Becoming the all-time leading passer at Princeton is a long shot for Kanoff, but he has a chance. Doug Butler owns the record with 7,291 yards. Kanoff needs to average 337 yards per game over the final six contests. He’s averaged 308 yards per game so far this season.
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