HERO Sports is counting down the 100 days until the kickoff of the 2018 college football season on Saturday, Aug. 25, with daily trivia. Each day, from May 17 through Aug. 24, we'll publish one college football trivia question.
Several FBS quarterbacks have passed for at least 300 yards and rushed for at least 100 yards in college football history. Only two, however, have done so in back-to-back games.
The photo is meaningless; Johnny Manziel never did it. He did have four 300-100 games in his career but never in back-to-back weeks.
Neither quarterback is active.
One played at a Power Five school and one played at a Group of Five school.
One is a Heisman winner and one was an All-Conference USA First-Team selection.
Lamar Jackson and Chase Clement
Lamar Jackson opened the 2017 season with back-to-back 300-100 games, throwing for 378 yards and rushing for 107 yards vs. Purdue and throwing for 393 yards and rushing for 132 yards vs. North Carolina.
Jackson was the first-ever Power Five player to accomplish the feat and the first player from any conference to do so since Rice's Chase Clement in 2007. Clement had 395 passing yards and 103 rushing yards vs. UTEP on Nov. 3, 2007, and 364 passing yards and 124 rushing yards vs. SMU on Nov. 10, 2007.