Lindsey Scott Jr., former SEC QB, breaks DI record for TDs in a season
Lindsey Scott Jr. is Division I college football’s new record-holder for most touchdowns in a season. Scott, who formerly played at 2 SEC schools, has been responsible for 68 touchdowns during Incarnate Word’s 2022 campaign.
Scott had 4 passing TDs and 2 rushing scores to lift Incarnate Word to a 66-63 win over Sacramento State in the highest-scoring FCS playoff game in history.
During Incarnate Word’s 66-63 playoff win over Sacramento State, QB Lindsey Scott broke the Division I record for total touchdowns in a season.
Under GJ Kinne, who was recently hired as the new coach at Texas State, Scott now has 68 total TDs this year. Previous record was 65.
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) December 10, 2022
Lindsey Scott and Incarnate Word may have just won the best game of the CFB season pic.twitter.com/FvN287GHco
— Unnecessary Roughness (@UnnecRoughness) December 10, 2022
Scott, playing his seventh season, is one of the most well-traveled players in college football history. He signed to play for LSU under Les Miles in 2016. After a season with the Bayou Bengals, he transferred to East Mississippi Community College.
Following his JUCO year in 2017, Scott returned to the SEC. He was with Missouri for the 2018 season.
After leaving Mizzou, Scott was with Nicholls State from 2019-21 before making his fourth transfer, landing at Incarnate Word.
Scott has seen a lot of changes in the sport of college football during his career.