Chris Turner (American Football) - Statistics

Statistics

Maryland Passing Rushing
Season GP GS Rating Att Cmp % Yds Lng TD Int Att Sack Yds Lng TD
2007 11 8 135.50 241 153 63.5 1,958 78 7 7 44 21 −26 41 0
2008 13 12 119.31 374 214 57.2 2,516 80 13 11 43 27 −154 13 1
2009 10 10 121.05 303 180 59.4 2,069 67 10 10 84 25 22 15 2
Totals 34 30 124.15 918 547 59.6 6,544 80 30 28 171 73 −158 41 3

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