Mac Jones breaks Tua Tagovailoa's Alabama football record for single-season passing yards

Brett Hudson
Tide Sports

With a 464-yard outburst in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Mac Jones moved up to second in SEC history in single-season passing yards.

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Here are Alabama's and the SEC's single-season passing leaders.

Alabama Single-Season Passing Yards

1. Mac Jones (2020), 4,500

2. Tua Tagovailoa (2018), 3,966

3. Blake Sims (2014), 3,487

4. Jake Coker (2015), 3,110

6. AJ McCarron (2013), 3,063

6. Greg McElroy (2010), 2,987

7. AJ McCarron (2012), 2,933

8. John Parker Wilson (2007), 2,846

9. Jalen Hurts (2016), 2,780

10. John Parker Wilson (2006), 2,707

SEC Single-Season Passing Yards

1. Joe Burrow (LSU 2019), 5,671

2. Mac Jones (Alabama 2020), 4,500

3. Tim Couch (Kentucky 1998), 4,275

4. Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M 2012), 4,114

5. Chad Kelly (Ole Miss 2015), 4,042

6. Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama 2018), 3,966

7. Drew Lock (Missouri 2017), 3,964

8. Rex Grossman (Florida 2001), 3,896

9. Aaron Murray (Georgia 2012), 3,893

10. Tim Couch (Kentucky 1997), 3,884

11. Ryan Mallett (Arkansas 2010), 3,869

12. Peyton Manning (Tennessee 1997), 3,819

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