Why was he called the Godfather of the Wishbone? A quick glance through the Oklahoma record books will tell you how Jack Mildren earned such a fitting nickname. At a school that ran the football as well as any in the country for the better part of two decades, Mildren's career statistics stack up with just about any player to ever wear the crimson and cream, especially at the quarterback position. •Rushing yards in a season: 1,289 in 1971 Rank: No. 10 overall, No. 1 among quarterbacks •Rushing attempts in a season: 223 in 1971 Rank: No. 9 overall, No. 1 among QBs •Rushing attempts in a career: 541 Rank: No. 10 overall, No. 1 among QBs •Rushing touchdowns in a season: 20 in 1971 Rank: No. 5 overall, No. 1 among QBs •Rushing touchdowns in a career: 32 Rank: No. 10 overall, No. 3 among quarterbacks •100-yard rushing games in a season: 8 in 1971 Rank: No. 8 overall, No. 1 among quarterbacks Compiled by Scott Wright
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