Lamar Jackson is a beast, everyone who loves college football knows that. However, the ceiling on this kid just keeps getting higher and higher. Any trendy term that kids are using nowadays to describe something that is good, that is what Jackson is. Sick, phenomenal, cool, awesome - wait, do kids still say awesome? Either way, Jackson is showing the college football world once again that he is one of the best players in the game today.

Jackson threw for 393 yards and three touchdowns this afternoon. He also rushed for 132 yards and three more scores.

Yes, football is a team sport, but today it is safe to say that Lamar Jackson singly handily was a pain in the North Carlina Tarheels side!

Heisman again?

Lamar Jackson is starting to put up some incredible numbers in his NCAA career, and today against North Carolina he put himself in rare company. Jackson, who already has won a Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, and Walter Camp Award, not to mention he was a unanimous All-American as a sophomore last season became only the second player in FBS history to have back-to-back games with 300 or more yards passing and 100 yards rushing.

It's the third time Jackson has pulled off the feat as the quarterback for the Louisville Cardinals, which puts him in rare company.

Only former Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel has done it more times. Manziel pulled off the 300/100 yard game totals four times in his career. The way Jackson has been playing, he may tie or surpass Manziel this season. Jackson also tied a school Record at Louisville as well today, rushing for over 100 yards for the 15th time in his career.

The amazing thing about Jackson isn't his speed or his arm strength. It is how easy he sometimes makes playing the game of football look. It is as if he is playing against middle-schoolers at times instead of other college players.

Updated Heiman odds

After today's performance, the question is popping up again. Can Jackson be the first player to win back-to-back Heisman's since Ohio State's Archie Griffin?

According to an SB Nation report, Jackson has jumped into the No. 1 spot as the new favorite that was occupied by Sam Darnold just two weeks ago. If Jackson does win the 2017 Heisman award, he will be the first one to win back-to-back Heisman's since Griffin pulled off the feat in 1974 and 1975.

Here are the current updated odds to win the 2017 Heisman.

  • Lamar Jackson (QB Louisville): +400
  • Sam Darnold (QB USC): +600
  • Baker Mayfield (QB Oklahoma): +700
  • Josh Rosen (QB UCLA): +800
  • Saquon Barkley (RB Penn State): +900
  • Jalen Hurts (QB Alabama): +900
  • Mason Rudolph (QB Oklahoma State): +900
  • J.T. Barrett (QB Ohio State): +1400
  • Derrius Guice (RB LSU): +1600