Brandon Allen
Brandon Allen

#10 Brandon Allen

Quarterback | Senior | 6-2 | 210 | Fayetteville, Ark. | Fayetteville HS

Career (2013-15)
Totaled 7,463 yards passing, which ranks third in program history … Made 38 career starts at quarterback, including his final 34 games – the longest streak for an Arkansas quarterback since joining the SEC in 1992 … Finished second in program history in career pass completions (583), second in attempts (1,016) and third in completion percentage (57.4).

Senior (2015)
» Manning Passing Academy Counselor (July 9-12)
» Manning Award Quarterback of the Week (Sept. 11, Nov. 12, Nov. 25)
» Manning Award Star of the Week (Sept. 8, Nov. 9, Nov. 23)
» CFPA National Performer of the Week (Nov. 8)
» Davey O’Brien “Great 8” QBs of the Week (Nov. 9)
» SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 9)
» AutoNation National Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 10)
» William V. Campbell Trophy Semifinalist, awarded annually to the nation’s best football scholar-athlete

Started and participated in all 13 contests … Made 34 consecutive starts at quarterback which is the longest streak for an Arkansas quarterback since joining the SEC in 1992 … Ended his final season going 244 of 370 passing for 3,440 yards and 30 passing touchdowns along with one rushing touchdown … 30 passing touchdowns ranks No. 2 in single-season school history and second in the SEC … 64 career touchdown passes is a school record … Tied for the highest ESPN Total QBR in the country (87.8) with Clemson’s Deshaun Watson and Baylor’s Seth Russell … Led SEC in passer rating (166.48), yards per attempt (9.3), and touchdowns passing against conference opponents (21) … Attempted the fifth most passes in a single season in school history with 370 and moved up to second in school history in career passing attempts with 1,016 … Recorded the fourth most completions in a single season in school history with 244 and climbed to second in school history with 583 career completions … Had the second highest single-season completion percentage in Razorback history at .659 and finished his career with the third-best career completion percentage in school history at .574 … Finished his senior year with 3,440 passing yards, good for fourth most in a single-season in school history … One of three quarterbacks in school history to pass for 3,000-plus yards in a season (Ryan Mallett and Tyler Wilson) … Had four 300-plus yard passing games, including three 400-plus yard passing efforts … In the month of November, paced the SEC with 14 touchdown passes (third-most nationally) and a 179.21 passer rating (fifth-best nationally) … Holds the top two single-game passing touchdown records with seven against Mississippi State (Nov. 21) and six at Ole Miss (Nov. 7) … vs. UTEP (Sept. 5): Went 14-of-18 for 308 yards and four touchdown passes, his first 300+ yard game of his career … vs. Toledo (Sept. 12): Threw for 412 yards while going 32-of-53 and added 23 yards on three rushes, tied for second most pass completions and pass attempts in a single game in school history and fourth most yards in a game … vs. Texas Tech (Sept. 19): Went 16-of-21 for 196 yards and a pair of scores, plus 22 yards rushing on six attempts … vs. No. 14 Texas A&M (Sept. 26): Completed 20-of-25 passes for 225 yards and one touchdown while rushing eight times for 35 yards … at Tennessee (Oct. 3): Threw for 219 yards on 11-of-24 passes and one score, also ran for 23 yards on six carries in the road win … at No. 8 Alabama (Oct. 10): Went 15-of-32 for 176 yards and two touchdown passes … vs. Auburn (Oct. 24): Threw for 233 yards and three touchdowns while going 19-of-32 through the air in the four overtime thriller … vs. UT-Martin (Oct. 31): Went 14-of-19 for 265 yards and two touchdowns, also recorded one rushing touchdown in the victory … at No. 18 Ole Miss (Nov. 7): Threw six touchdowns while completing a school record 33 passes on 45 attempts with 442 passing yards in the road win, good enough for the second most passing yards in a single game in school history … at No. 9 LSU (Nov. 14): Threw for one score while connecting on 9-of-16 passes with 141 yards in the road victory … vs. Mississippi State (Nov. 21): Threw for a school record seven touchdowns while going 30-of-43 for 406 yards … vs. Missouri (Nov. 27): Went 11-of-17 for 102 yards in the regular season finale … vs. Kansas State (Jan. 2): Connected on 20-of-26 tosses for 315 yards for one touchdown in the bowl victory.

Junior (2014)
Started and participated in all 13 contests … Completed the 2014 campaign going 190-of-339 passing for 2,285 yards and 20 touchdowns and added two rushing touchdowns … Threw five interceptions, the fewest in the conference and tied for the third fewest in the FBS by a quarterback that started every game … Twenty touchdown passes ranks No. 6 in single-season school history and tied for eighth in the conference … Moved into sixth on the school’s all-time charts with 34 career touchdown passes … vs. Nicholls (Sept. 6): Completed 4-of-5 passes for 117 yards and a career-high four touchdowns, ranking tied for sixth for most single-game touchdown passes in program history … at Texas Tech (Sept. 13): Went 6-of-12 passing for 61 yards and added 27 yards rushing and a rushing touchdown in the road win … vs. Northern Illinois (Sept. 20): Was 15-of-22 passing for 199 yards and two touchdowns, plus a rushing touchdown in the non-conference victory … vs. No. 7 Alabama (Oct. 11): Went 21-of-40 passing 246 yards and a career-long 54-yard touchdown toss … vs. No. 10 Georgia (Oct. 18): Collected career-high completions (28), attempts (45) and passing yards (296), while tossing two touchdowns … vs. UAB (Oct. 25): Completed 22-of-43 passes for 205 yards and a pair of scores in the win over the Blazers … at No. 1 Mississippi State (Nov. 1): Connected on 22-of-43 passes for 238 yards … vs. No. 20 LSU (Nov. 15): Completed 16-of-27 tosses for 169 yards in the shutout win over the Tigers … vs. No. 8 Ole Miss (Nov. 22): Was 5-of-10 passing for 87 yards and a touchdown before exiting in the second frame due to injury in Arkansas’ second-consecutive shutout over the Rebels … vs. Texas (Dec. 29): Earned Advocare V100 Texas Bowl MVP honors in Arkansas’ season finale after going 13-of-23 for 160 passing yards and two touchdown passes.

Sophomore (2013)
Appeared and started in 11 games, missing only the game at Rutgers due to an injury … Finished first season as the starter, going 128-of-258 passing for 1,552 yards and 13 touchdowns and added 29 yards and one rushing touchdown … Totaled 13 touchdown passes which tied for 13th on Arkansas’ single-season list … vs. Louisiana (Aug. 31): Opened the season recording first multiple-touchdown game of his career, going 15-of-22 passing for 230 yards and three touchdowns, earning CFPA Honorable Mention Quarterback of the Week for Sept. 2 … vs. Samford (Sept. 7): Was 9-of-17 passing for 125 yards and two touchdowns in the Razorbacks’ week two win … vs. Southern Miss (Sept. 14): Was 2-of-5 passing for 33 yards in the first quarter before exiting the game with an injury suffered while scoring a rushing touchdown … vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (Sept. 28): Returned to action to open conference play and was 17-of-36 passing for a season-high 282 yards, season-high-tying three touchdowns and a season-long 52-yard completion … at Ole Miss (Oct. 22): Completed 18 passes on 32 attempts for 193 yards and two touchdowns … vs. Mississippi State (Nov. 23): Was 10-of-17 passing for 114 yards and added two carries for four yards rushing … at No. 15 LSU (Nov. 29): Closed the season with a season-high 19 completions on 29 attempts for 178 yards and two touchdowns.

Redshirt Freshman (2012)
Appeared in five games and made one start, finishing the season 21-of-49 passing for 186 yards and one touchdown … vs. Jacksonville State (Sept. 1): Made collegiate debut in the season-opening win and was 4-of-7 passing for 33 yards with two rushes for 30 yards, including a season-long 27 yarder … vs. No. 1 Alabama (Sept. 15): Earned the start and finished the game with a season-high 10 completions on 18 attempts for 60 yards.

Freshman (2011)
Worked with the UA scout team while redshirting.

High School
Joined the Razorback football program rated as the fifth-best pro-style quarterback in the nation, according to Rivals.com and the No. 3 prospect in the state by HawgSports.com … Was honored with the Landers Award, given annually to the top prep football player in the state of Arkansas … Led Fayetteville High School to the Arkansas Class 7A state title game in 2010, finishing the season with a 10-4 record … Threw for 3,408 yards and 38 touchdowns as a senior, going the entire regular season without throwing an interception … Totaled more than 10,000 passing yards in three seasons under head coach Daryl Patton as Fayetteville’s starting signal caller … Showed athleticism in final prep season by also rushing for more than 500 yards … Ranked as a top 200 prospect nationally by Rivals.com … Ranked as the No. 31 quarterback prospect in the nation by Scout.com … Named NWA Media’s Big Six Football Player of the Year and was selected to the AP’s Arkansas Super Team as a senior … An AHSAA All-State honoree in 2010, representing the Class 7A West Division … Received second-team all-state honors from ArkansasVarsity.com.

Personal
Born on Sept. 5, 1992 … Son of Bobby and Marcela Allen … Father is the Razorbacks’ director of high school and NFL relations, and younger brother, Austin, is a sophomore quarterback at Arkansas … Graduated in 2014 with a degree in recreation and sport management … Named to the Razorback Honor Roll for the fall of 2011 and 2012 and the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

2015 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSCOMPATTPCTPASS YDSPASS TDINTLNGRUSH ATTRUSH YDSAVGRUSH TDLNG
TOTAL13/1324437065.93,44030871561071.9122
UTEP1/1141877.830840581-1-1.00-1
TOL1/1325360.441201283237.7010
TxTECH1/1162176.219621346223.707
vs TAMU1/1202580.022511388354.4017
at TEN1/1112445.821910526233.808
at ALA1/1153246.91762154760.908
AUB1/1193161.323331256111.807
UTM1/1141973.726520712-4-2.013
at MISS1/1334573.34426031661.0022
at LSU1/191656.314111523-8-2.702
MSU1/1304369.84067052155.005
MIZZ1/1111764.710201185-2-0.406
vs K-STATE1/1202676.931511432-9-4.500

2014 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSCOMPATTPCTPASS YDSPASS TDINTLNGRUSH ATTRUSH YDSAVGRUSH TDLNG
TOTAL13/1319033956.02,285205544200.0221
at AUB1/1183158.11752126461.507
NICH1/14580.01174050000.000
at TxTECH1/161250.06100163279.0121
NIU1/1152268.21992044410.317
vs TAMU1/1152755.619910442-4-2.000
ALA1/1214052.52461154950.6014
UGA1/1284562.229632385-28-5.604
UAB1/1152462.520520441-12-12.000
at MSU1/1224351.223801362-3-1.502
LSU1/1162759.316900292-7-3.500
MISS1/151050.0871026310.302
at MIZZ1/1133043.31332023111.001
vs TEX1/1122352.216020366132.2010

2013 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSCOMPATTPCTPASS YDSPASS TDINTLNGRUSH ATTRUSH YDSAVGRUSH TDLNG
TOTAL11/1112825849.6155213105229291114
UL-LAF1/1152268.223030494-4-103
SAMFORD1/191752.91252035471.8013
SoMISS1/1254033011815515
at RUTG
TAMU1/1173647.2282325222108
at FLA1/1174141.516401312-15-7.500
SoCAR1/141233.330012000000
at ALA1/1725289102254133.307
AUB1/1102245.51121020620.304
at MISS1/1183256.3193213122010014
MSU1/1101758.8114014424203
at LSU1/1192965.517821432-5-2.507

2012 Game-By-Game

 GP/GSCOMPATTPCTPASS YDSPASS TDINTLNGRUSH ATTRUSH YDSAVGRUSH TDLNG
TOTAL5/1214942.918613308-3-0.4027
JAX ST1/04757.133001723015.0027
at ULM1/062030.08511302-20-10.000
ALA1/1101855.66002193-19-6.300
RUTG
at TAMU
at AUB
KENT1/0030.00000166.006
MISS
TULSA
at SoCAR
at MSU1/011100.08008000.000
LSU

Career Stats

 GP/GSCOMPATTPCTPASS YDSPASS TDINTLNGRUSH ATTRUSH YDSAVGRUSH TDLNG
TOTAL42/385831,01657.47,4636426711351330.98427
201513/1324437065.93,44030871561071.9122
201413/1319033956.02,285205544200.0221
201311/1112825849.61,55213105229291.0114
20125/1214942.918613308-3-0.4027