Western Kentucky Quarterback Bailey Zappe Breaks Joe Burrow’s Record For Most Touchdown Passes In A Season

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Remember when Joe Burrow obliterated the passing game back in 2019 while breaking the record for the most touchdown passes ever thrown in a single college football season?

The man threw a STAGGERING 60 touchdowns.

Many thought it would never be broken, as that 2019 LSU offense was arguably the greatest of all time.

However, there’s a new king in town, and he goes by the name of Bailey Zappe.

The Western Kentucky quarterback was four touchdown passes short of Burrow’s record going into the Roofclaim.com Boca Raton Bowl against Appalachian State.

However, with 4:20 left in the game, he stands at 62 touchdown passes on the season after throwing six today.

Not to mention, his team’s obliterating a very good App State team 59-31.

This season is arguably more impressive than Burrow’s, because Zappe broke the record with less talent, while also playing less games than the former LSU QB did back in 2019.

I mean seriously, Zappe doesn’t have J’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson around him like Joey B did.

Congratulations, that’s one hell of a season.

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