Final Pac-12 Top 25 Single-Season Passing Yards Leaders

UW's Michael Penix Jr. notched a second spot in the Top 10 and Oregon's Bo Nix joined him

Posted on January 18, 2024


  By SuperWest Sports Staff

Pac-12 football as we know it has completed its last season so the Top 25 Single-Season Passing Yards Leader list can be finalized.

Washington’s Michael Penix Jr. recorded a second spot in the Top 10 in 2023 and now owns the second and sixth spots.

Bo Nix joined him with his performance last season at No. 10, and USC’s Caleb Williams holds the No. 9 spot for his play in 2022.

Washington State’s Anthony Gordan retains the top spot and Gardner Minshew the third spot for their exceptional performances in 2019 and 2018, respectively.

Two other greats, WSU’s Alex Brink and USC’s Matt Leinart, fall out of the list of the Top 25 all-time leaders.

Below you’ll find the complete list with each player’s Rank, Yards, Year, and Program.


Pac-12 Top 25 Single-Season Passing Yards Leaders

RankPlayerYardsYearProgram
1Anthony Gordon55792019Washington State
2Michael Penix Jr.49032023Washington
3Gardner Minshew47792018Washington State
4Jared Goff47142015California
5Sean Mannion46622013Oregon State
6Michael Penix Jr.46412022Washington
7Connor Halliday45972013Washington State
8Luke Falk45612015Washington State
9Caleb Williams45372022USC
10Bo Nix45082023Oregon
11Luke Falk44682016Washington State
12Cody Pickett44582002Washington
13Marcus Mariota44542014Oregon
14Nick Foles43342011Arizona
15Davis Webb42952016California
16Sam Darnold41432017USC
17Derek Anderson40582003Oregon State
18Brock Osweiler40362011Arizona State
19Jared Goff39732014California
20Ryan Leaf39681997Washington State
21Carson Palmer39422002USC
22Andrew Walter38772002Arizona State
23Connor Halliday38732014Washington State
24Mike Bercovici38542015Arizona State
25Cody Kessler38262014USC



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