Thursday Trivia: Rushing TDs In One Quarter

The correct answer to last week’s trivia question "What individual record for BYU players has been held by the same player the longest?" has two parts. Part one, Don Bushore set the BYU record for best average punt return in a season by averaging 22.9 yards per return in 1948. Part two, Jim Eccles set the dubious record for most interceptions thrown in a game when he threw 7 against Utah on October 9, 1948, let’s hope this record is never broken.

This week, we will keep our noses in the record book. We will also keep in line with the identity of the offense that Bronco Mendenhall laid out this week: more focus on the run. Therefore, this week's trivia question is:
What BYU running back set the NCAA record for most touchdowns scored by rushing in one quarter?
Leave your answer in the comments section. Come back next week when the answer is revealed and a new trivia question is asked.

More trivia questions can be found on the Trivia page.

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  1. I'm going to guess Luke Staley mostly because I am not that well versed in BYU running backs.


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