All-Time Single-Game Passing Touchdown Leaders

All-Time Single-Game Passing Touchdown Leaders


November 22, 2020
Jake Rudock

Jake Rudock threw for 6 touchdown passes in 2015, and no other Michigan quarterback was even within one of that record until Shea Patterson’s game against Indiana.

Hit the jump for the list.

  1. 6 – Jake Rudock (2015 vs. Indiana)
  2. 5 – Shea Patterson (2019 vs. Indiana)
  3. 4 – Steve Smith (1983 vs. Purdue)
  4. 4 – Chris Zurbrugg (1984 vs. Purdue)
  5. 4 – Michael Taylor (1989 vs. Minnesota)
  6. 4 – Elvis Grbac (1990 vs. Mississippi)
  7. 4 – Todd Collins (1992 vs. Houston)
  8. 4 – Brian Griese (1995 vs. Minnesota)
  9. 4 – Scot Dreisbach (1996 vs. Michigan State)
  10. 4 – Tom Brady (1999 vs. Alabama)
  11. 4 – John Navarre (2002 vs. Bowling Green)
  12. 4 – John Navarre (2002 vs. Illinois)
  13. 4 – Chad Henne (2004 vs. Michigan State)
  14. 4 – Chad Henne (2004 vs. Texas)
  15. 4 – Chad Henne (2007 vs. Michigan State)
  16. 4 – Denard Robinson (2011 vs. Notre Dame)
  17. 4 – Devin Gardner (2013 vs. Notre Dame)
  18. 4 – Wilton Speight (2016 vs. UCF)
  19. 4 – Shea Patterson (2019 vs. Michigan State)
  20. 4 – Cade McNamara (2020 vs. Rutgers)

What team appears the most on this list?

Michigan State.

Go Blue!

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    je93
    Nov 23, 2019 at 9:18 PM

    I get the feeling JH left Shea in their to get that 6th TD. Why else would starters be in so late, in a blowout?

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