Pachall has already thrown for 2,413 yards this season- putting him 444 shy of Dalton's record of 2,857 from a year ago. With three games remaining (including a bowl game), Pachall will need to average just 148 yardss to reach Dalton. If he continues his current pace, however, he'll become the first TCU quarterback to break the 3,000-yard plateau.
He's also already thrown 24 touchdown passes this year- putting him just 3 behind Dalton's record of 27 from last year. It's not hard to imagine him reaching that mark at some point in the next two home games- if not this weekend against Colorado State. His current pace would put him at 31 TD passes by the end of the bowl game.
Perhaps the most impressive record that Pachall is on pace to break, though, is the single-season completion percentage record. Andy Dalton's junior season, he came just short- at 61.6%- of beating Jeff Ballard's then-school record of 61.9%, set in 2006. In the 13-0, Rose Bowl-winning season of a year ago, however, Dalton was able to obliterate Ballard's mark by completing 66.1% of his pass attempts. Through 10 games this season, Pachall is connecting on 68.0% of his attempts.