There have been some great quarterbacks, great receivers and great passing offenses in the history of the Pac-12. Until today, no one had racked up more single-game receiving yards than Oregon State's Mike Hass, who careened for 293 on 12 catches against Boise State in 2004.
Sorry, Hogs fans, this is no joke. Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel—a.k.a. Johnny Football—racked up an SEC record 557 yards of total offense in A&M's thorough dismantling of Arkansas today. He was as busy today as the Aggie who kept trying to slam the revolving door.
Today in Norfolk, Va., a freakin' sophomore quarterback named Taylor Heinicke threw a football 79 times to lead Old Dominion past New Hampshire 64-61. His receivers caught 55 of those passes. Between Heinicke and those receivers, they moved the ball 730 yards via the air. That ridiculous number is a Division I record…