If Lance went the whole playoffs without throwing an INT, he would become only the 2nd one at the entire Division I level to have ever done it: The only one? Matt Blundin in 1991 for UVA: 135 of 224 passing, 1,902 yards, 19 touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 60.3 completion percentage, 10.2 adjusted yards per attempt, 159.6 passer rating. I live a few miles from the high school outside Philly, Ridley, where Blundin went (I just found that out looking at Blundin's wiki page). Tua had 0 through week 8, but threw 3 INTs before he got injured.JBB wrote:Trey Lance first QB in FCS history with 200 passing attempts without an INT. NEVER an INT! The Iowa State guy just picked the wrong school. Would have done well and UNI.
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This year at the I-A level Justin Fields is the tops with 252 attempts, 33 TD passes/1 INT
2017 Danny Etling, LSU, 275 attempts, 16 TD passes/2 INT
2013 Connor Shaw, South Carolina, 284 attempts, 24 TDs/1 INT
NCAA.org website wouldn't go back prior to 2013...but very few that have thrown as little as 1 or 2..
I'm sure its been done at the Div II & III level..