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History Now: Peyton Manning Ties Single Game TD Record

Future Hall Of Famer Peyton Manning added his name to another record in NFL history on  September 5th, 2013.  The Denver Broncos and Manning defeated the defending Champions the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 47-29 in Denver tonight.  The most remarkable stat of all in the game was the number of touchdown passes Manning threw.

Quarterback Peyton Manning (Getty Images)

Quarterback Peyton Manning (Getty Images)

Peyton Manning threw 7 touchdown passes.  The receivers on the other end of these TD’s were Demaryius Thomas (2), Wes Welker (2), Julius Thomas (2) and Andre Caldwell (1) .  Five of the touchdowns came in the second half of this opening game.

With this feat Peyton Manning joins only five other QB’s who have thrown this many touchdowns in a single game. Some of those he now shares the record with are all time greats like Sid Luckman, Adrian Burk, George Blanda, Y.A. Tittle and Joe Kapp.  Joe Kapp was the last to throw 7 TD’s in a single game in 1969.  This is a truly amazing record and one that Manning will add to all of his other records to land him in Canton.

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Top Story From Week 5 Of College Football

Every week we take the time to share with you our top 3 stories from the College Football world.  This week was however a special one, with an incredible game.  More so there was an incredible performance by one of footballs greatest rising stars.  Due to this great performance, I feel that it overshadowed every thing else that took place this weekend in College Football.  So 2centsworthofsports.com brings you the top story of the weekend, hope you enjoy it.

Geno Smith Has A Heisman Worthy Performance

WVU QB Sensation Geno Smith
(Getty Images)

On Saturday #5 West Virginia hosted #25 Baylor, it would end up being the most entertaining game of the weekend.  Both teams combined for 133 points, West Virginia won the game 70-63.  Defense was almost all but gone from the stadium.  Both teams had players with video game level stats.  The most notable was WV QB Geno Smith.   Smith 45 for 51 passing with 656 yards passing, 31 yards rushing,  threw for 8 touchdowns and had no interceptions.  Smith set the school record for passing yards and touchdowns in a single game.  Smith was already a contender for the Heisman Trophy but cemented his position even further on this day.  The West Virginia Mountaineers are ready to compete for the National Championship this year.  They are so good that the only team that could stop them would be themselves.  Keep an eye out for Geno Smith and WVU this season.