BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels and the LSU offense are considered one of the nation’s most explosive offenses.

According to LSU Sports, Daniels continues to break records after the recent matchup against Army as he accounted for four touchdowns and 285 yards in just the first half.

That 62-0 win over Army brought the Tigers to 6-2 overall and ranked them No. 15 in national polls.

Daniels threw three touchdown passes and rushed for one. The three passes put Daniels as the lead quarterback with 25 touchdown passes in eight games across the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), according to the NCAA. He also leads in pass efficiency and passing yards per attempt.

Malik Nabers and Brian Thomas, Daniels’ top targets, are national leaders in receiving. The NCAA reports Thomas ranks first in the FBS in receiving touchdowns with 11 touchdown catches, while Nabers is tied for fourth at nine touchdown catches.

Nabers leads the FBS in receiving yards with 981 yards and Thomas is ranked tenth with 732 yards. LSU is the only school where two receivers are ranked in the top 10 in receiving yards.

The LSU offense leads the nation in total first downs and has an almost 58% third-down conversion rate.