Jarrett Guarantano sets career record for passing yards in single game, moves up Tennessee record book
Entering Saturday’s game at Missouri, Jarrett Guarantano had never thrown for 360 yards in a single contest. Well, now he has done just that.
So far in the game, Guarantano has completed 21 of 37 passes for 394 yards with two touchdowns. Most importantly, he does not have an interception.
Not only did the junior quarterback set his career-best for passing yards in a single game, but he also passed Tee Martin for eighth all-time in Tennessee history for surpassing 4,633 all-time passing yards on Rocky Top.
Guarantano will have an opportunity to pad his stats down the stretch as we have nearly an entire quarter of action remaining in Columbia with Tennessee clinging to a 24-20 lead on the road.
Here is arguably Guarantano’s best throw of the night, a touchdown pass to senior receiver Marquez Callaway.
– Marquez Callaway pic.twitter.com/LBteHMDtwf
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 24, 2019