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So Connor Halliday Broke A Lot Of Records At Washington State

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Connor Halliday was kind of a big deal over the last few years. 

The Washington State quarterback – who was announced as part of the team's college free agent class – set numerous records during his time as the Cougars' starting quarterback.

There was that time that time he set Pac-12, Washington State and NCAA FBS single-game records for completions, attempts, yards and total offense by going 58-of-89 for 557 yards and five touchdowns.

There was that time he tied an NCAA bowl game record with six touchdown passes.

There was that time he set an NCAA FBS record for the most past yards in a single game with 734.

There was that time he broke Washington State's program records with a total of 11,304 passing yards and 90 touchdowns.

So we could go on and on about all of the records Halliday broke (and there are even more than the ones listed above), but for now, as we highlight this year's college free agent class, enjoy his highlights.

We'll surely have plenty more on him soon.






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