Video: Eureka’s Sam Durley Passes for NCAA Record 736 Yards in Win vs. Knox

| by Alex Groberman

Sam Durley led Eureka to a 62-55 victory over Knox on Saturday, and in doing so he also broke a record that few thought they would ever see broken.

When it was all said and done, Durley, a senior, racked up 736 yards and five touchdowns on 34-of-52 passing. Yes, in one day's work.

On top of breaking the NCAA’s single game yardage mark, he also broke his school’s records for all-time passing yards, attempts and touchdowns.

The previous passing yardage record was held by Menlo’s Zamir Amin who totaled 731 yards back in 2000.

(Kudos ESPN)

Photo Credit: AP Photo/Bob Hunt (CNS News)

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