University of Toledo senior quarterback Logan Woodside is coming off a relatively quiet game against Central Michigan this past Saturday.
In a rain-soaked game, Woodside was just 10-of-18 passing for 89 yards. The weather conditions dictated that Toledo run the ball early and often and they were successful in doing so.
Even with his modest output, Woodside continues to climb the all-time passing list at UT. This season, Woodside passed Terrence Owens to move into second all-time in career passing yards. With 8,356 career yards, Woodside trails only Bruce Gradkowski (9,225). Woodside needs 870 more yards to pass Gradkowski, which works out to be 124.3 yards per game if Toledo goes to a bowl game and plays seven more games this season.
In career touchdown passes, Woodside also ranks second with 76, while Gradkowski is the all-time leader with 85 TD passes.
Barring injury, Woodside should be able to pass Gradkowski on both all-time lists and should go down as one of the best quarterbacks ever to play at Toledo.
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