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The Record Book: Parker White 3 points away from Elliott Fry's career points scored record


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I heard this mentioned on 107.5 the other week.

Here is the list of career points scored.

POINTS SCORED  
   
1. Elliott Fry (2013-16) 359
2. Collin Mackie (1987-90) 330
3. Parker White (2017-20) 290
4. Ryan Succop (2005-08) 251
5. Marcus Lattimore (2010-12) 246
6. George Rogers (1977-80) 202
7. Reed Morton (1993-96) 201
8. Harold Green (1986-89) 198
9. Scott Hagler (1983-86)  195
10. Mark Fleetwood (1981-83) 186
 Dan Weaver (2001-03) 186

The records media guide only includes his totals for last year.  Parker has scored 66 points this season, so he is at 356.

So he is a FG and PAT away from breaking Fry's record.  He will probably break the record this weekend.

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2 hours ago, kingofnerf said:

I heard this mentioned on 107.5 the other week.

Here is the list of career points scored.

POINTS SCORED  
   
1. Elliott Fry (2013-16) 359
2. Collin Mackie (1987-90) 330
3. Parker White (2017-20) 290
4. Ryan Succop (2005-08) 251
5. Marcus Lattimore (2010-12) 246
6. George Rogers (1977-80) 202
7. Reed Morton (1993-96) 201
8. Harold Green (1986-89) 198
9. Scott Hagler (1983-86)  195
10. Mark Fleetwood (1981-83) 186
 Dan Weaver (2001-03) 186

The records media guide only includes his totals for last year.  Parker has scored 66 points this season, so he is at 356.

So he is a FG and PAT away from breaking Fry's record.  He will probably break the record this weekend.

Shame they can't tie but 2 games left Parker should take the lead.

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Lattimore may well have been at the top of the list if he had stayed healthy, but he also might have left early for the draft, too.

Interesting dynamics between the RBs and PKs on the list throughout the years in terms of how their respective teams played at the time.

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Good job Parker White. He had held the placekicking job for South Carolina for five years now. even though he was allowed one year more than Elliott Fry, I still will recognize him as the all time scorer when all is said and done. My argument is that leaving early is a choice players can make just as staying through their eligibility. No matter the number of games, it still took White kicking all of those times to get the points on the board for the University of South Carolina. It will be a well-earned achievement when it happens.

 

 

 

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