Mullin was named the American Southwest Conference Offensive Player of
the Week. Mullin helped McMurry to its first three-game win streak
since the 2000 season tossing four touchdown passes and throwing for
377 yards in a 35-28 win over Sul Ross State in Abilene Saturday.
Mullin threw two touchdown passes to R.J. Long, one to Delfonte
Diamond and one to Marcus Franklin in the Homecoming win over the
Lobos. He also completed 32 of his 44 passes.
In McMurry's three-game win streak, Mullin has completed 73 percent of
his passes for 1,120 yards, 12 touchdowns and just one interception.
He surpassed the 2,000-yard mark for the season and through Saturday's
win, he has 2,298 yards passing and 19 touchdowns, which both numbers
lead the ASC.
In just seven games, Mullin already ranks 10th on McMurry's career
list for passing yards after he passed Ty Sellers (2,116) in
Saturday's game. Mullin is on pace to throw for 3,285 yards this
season, which would pass the school's single season record of 2,492
yards set by Braxton Shaver in 1998. He lacks just 194 yards to tie
that mark and at a pace of 328.5 yards per game passing, Mullin could
take the school record against Texas Lutheran Saturday.
He needs only three completions to tie Shaver's record for
single-season completions. Mullin has 202 and Shaver had 205 in 1997.
Mullin is also approaching single-season record for attempts, also
held by Shaver. Shaver attempted 374 passes in 1997 and Mullin needs
70 to tie that mark.
Mullin set three individual school records in the Sept. 5
season-opener against Trinity with total offense (490), passing yards
(479), and completions (35).
McMurry is 3-4 overall and 3-2 in the ASC and the team stands at third
place. McMurry takes to the road to face TLU in Seguin. The Bulldogs
have a 0-6 record with a 0-4 mark in league play. Kickoff at Matador
Stadium is scheduled for 2 p.m.