- Career & Game-By-Game Statistics
One of the more experienced quarterbacks returning in the Southeastern Conference in 2011 . . . Senior leader has improved dramatically since arriving on campus . . . Has played in 25 games, throwing for 2,085 yards and rushing for 1,200 . . . His 136.87 career passing efficiency stands as the best in school history, and his 56.7 completion percentage ranks third all-time at Mississippi State . . . Enters his senior season tied for eighth all-time with 18 career touchdown passes.
Earned the starting quarterback job in the offseason and solidified his role with solid performances throughout the season . . . Passed for 1,789 yards, completing 129 of 220 attempts . . . Completion percentage of 58.6 ranks as the third best single-season tally in school history . . . Threw for 13 touchdowns (t5th in MSU history) and only tossed six interceptions . . . Finished the season with a passer rating of 140.99 . . . Rushed for 713 yards on a team-leading 194 carries . . . Added five rushing touchdowns . . . Completed seven-of-nine passes for 116 yards and a touchdown in the season opener to set the tone . . . Rushed for 109 yards on 20 carries in the Bulldogs’ win over Georgia . . . Also completed 9-of-14 passes for 148 and two scores against the other Bulldogs . . . Did not throw an interception during State’s six-game winning streak . . . Rushed for 103 yards on 31 carries in a double-overtime loss to Arkansas . . . Threw for a career-high 224 yards against the Razorbacks . . . Rushed for 60 or more yards six times . . . Named Most Valuable Player at the 2011 Gator Bowl, completing 18-of-23 passes for 281 yards and three scores.
Played in 10 games and finished the season as the Bulldogs’ second-leading rusher . . . Completed 22-of-41 passes for 283 yards and a team-leading five touchdowns . . . Rushed 76 times for 500 yards and a pair of scores . . . Opened the season with a stellar outing as he completed 7-of-10 passes with three touchdowns and rushed for 82 yards and another score against Jackson State . . . Rushed for 52 yards on just seven carries at Auburn . . . Carried nine times for 44 yards in win at Vanderbilt . . . Saw limited action until rushing for 12 times for 68 yards at Arkansas . . . Also completed four of seven passes against the Razorbacks . . . Emerged again as a playmaker in season finale against Ole Miss . . . Ran 15 times for 131 yards and a score against the Rebels . . . Completed three passes on the day, two of which went for touchdowns.
Played two games as a reserve quarterback during his redshirt freshman season . . . Saw action in the home opener vs. Southeastern Louisiana and the season finale against Ole Miss . . . Completed two-of-nine passes for 13 yards in limited duty . . . Saw his first collegiate action in Mississippi State’s home-opening win over Southeastern Louisiana . . . Rushed once (4 yards) and threw one incomplete pass against the Lions . . . Completed two-of-eight passes for 13 yards in the season finale against Ole Miss.
Redshirted his true freshman season.
Ranked No. 29, regardless of position, in the state of Alabama in SuperPrep Magazine’s season-ending list of the top prospects in the state . . . Was the second-best quarterback on that list . . . Credited with running a 4.8 in the 40-yard dash by the Rivals.com recruiting web site . . . Selected the second-best quarterback at the Scout.com combine at Tuscaloosa, Ala., following his junior season . . . Played for head coach Larry Ware at Carver High School in Montgomery, Ala . . . Threw for more than 1,500 yards in a ground-oriented offense during his junior season in high school for the Wolverines . . . Committed to MSU in May 2006.
Born Christopher L. Relf, 5-26-89, in Montgomery, Ala. . . . Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Relf . . . His father played football at Miles College and his brother Eric played football at Alcorn (Miss.) State University.