AT A GLANCE Brad Smith

Statistical achievements
U Missouri's all-time career leader in total offense (9,483 yards) and passing touchdowns (43), and needs 464 yards to break Jeff Handy's career passing record of 6,959 yards from 1991-94, and 211 yards to break the career rushing record of 3,198 yards by Zack Abron from 2000-03.U Enters the season as the NCAA active career leader in total offense.U Ranks No. 2 among NCAA active career leaders in TDs responsible for with 73, trailing only senior QB Matt Leinart of USC, the 2004 Heisman Trophy winner, who has 75.U Can tie an NCAA total offense record if he gains 3,000 yards this season. He would tie Ty Detmer of BYU, Chad Pennington of Marshall, Tim Rattay of Louisiana Tech, Kliff Kingsbury of Texas Tech and Timmy Chang of Hawaii as the only players in Division I-A history to have three years of 3,000 yards or more in total offense.U If he gets 2,500 yards of offense, he will become only the third player in Division I history to have four years of 2,500 yards of total offense. The other two players to do that are Antwaan Randle El of Indiana and Chang.U Needs 12 yards rushing to reach 3,000 for his career, which would make him only the fifth player in Division I history to have 3,000 yards rushing and passing.
U Needs 505 passing yards and 512 rushing yards to become only the third player in D-I history to throw for 7,000 yards and rush for 3,500 yards. The other two players are Randle El and Joshua Cribbs of Kent State.
U Needs 22 points to reach 200 for his career, which would make him only the fourth player in Division I history to throw for 200 points and score 200 points in a career. The other three players are Rick Leach of Michigan, Randle El, and Cribbs.
U He Is 907 rushing yards shy of Randle El's Division I career rushing record for quarterbacks (3,895). He is ranked No. 10 all-time in rushing yards for a quarterback (2,988).U Ranked No. 53 in Division I history in total offense (9,483 yards). *Needs 2,781 yards of total offense to break the Big 12 record of 12,263 set by Kingsbury from 1999-2002.
U Needs 447 rushing yards to break the Big 12 quarterback rushing of 3,434 set by Nebraska's Eric Crouch from 1998 to 2001.
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