LSU running back Leonard Fournette is really fast. Specifically, he’s the fastest player in school history to reach 3,000 yards, a mark he eclipsed during the Tigers’ 16-14 loss to Wisconsin Saturday.

Fournette entered his junior season with 2,987 yards during his first two seasons. He surpassed the 3,000-yard plateau. He finished Saturday’s game with 138 yards on 23 rushing attempts.

Fournette is currently 1,432 yards shy of Kevin Faulk’s LSU┬árecord of 4,557 set in 1998. The New Orleans native trails Faulk, Dalton Hillard and Charles Alexander for fourth in school history.