If being up 31-21 and having four touchdowns wasn’t enough to make Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott happy, here’s a bonus: that second touchdown — a 4-yard run — put Prescott in sole possession of fourth place in the SEC career touchdowns list.
At halftime, Prescott’s four scores — three throwing, one rushing — gave him 104 on his career, good enough to pass Tennessee legend Peyton Manning and Florida quarterback Chris Leak’s tie of 101.
Former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow is first all time with 145 touchdowns. Georgia’s Aaron Murray is in second with 137. Former Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel’s 122 are good for third.