DQ Blog

Oct 15, 2008

Null of verge of WT passing yardage record

With four regular season games to play, West Texas A&M quarterback Keith Null is in position to become the school's all-time passing leader. Null has thrown for 2,810 yards this season and is less than 500 yards away from overtaking Derek Maupin in total yardage. He has thrown 66 touchdown passes the past two seasons. Nineteen of Charly Martin's TD catches the past two seasons were from Null, making the duo one of the most prolific in Lone Star Conference history. After throwing four interceptions against Midwestern State last year, Null's most picks in a game, he threw for 339 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in three quarters of play the next game vs. Eastern New Mexico. Null had three interceptions last week vs. ENMU, suggesting the Buffs QB could be in for a stellar game against Abilene Christian.

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