The Washington Huskies QB Jake Browning is lucky to be walking away from this one. Read on…
It was a career making moment for Jake Browning. The historical event for the Huskies. Jake Browning set the school’s career touchdown pass record with his 76th in the second quarter Saturday against Utah.
A scrambling Browning completed a short pass to running back Lavon Coleman, who bowled over a defender at the goal line to score, according to Diehards.
— UW Football (@UW_Football) November 19, 2017
Though that was NOT the moment during tha game that Jake Browning is lucky to be walking away from. What we are talking about is the hit he took during the game that had him flying through the air like a bean bag.
Just take at look at the hit he endured during the game that now everyone is talking about. Jake is a true baller, and we expect to see him in the upcoming draft.
Jake Browning got absolutely leveled pic.twitter.com/UUKdhGOHO9
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) November 19, 2017
To date, Browning started as a true freshman for the Huskies, has 17 touchdown passes this season. Sometime later. In addition, he put up an eye-popping 43 passing scores during Washington’s run to the College Football Playoff. For his career, he had 8,482 yards passing entering Saturday’s game.