Trevor Lawrence knows what it’s like to lose, considering the Jaguars were terrible last season and went 9-8 in 2022/23, but he’s probably forgotten what it’s like to lose on a Saturday. He hasn’t since at least high school.
Not seriously. Trevor Lawrence hasn’t lost a football game on a Saturday since 2014.
That streak will be put to the test this weekend when he plays the Chargers on Saturday at 8:15 p.m. ET on January 14, 2023.
Lawrence, the former No. 1 overall prospect in the 2018 college football draft class, attended Cartersville High School in Georgia. He was named the starting quarterback his freshman year, went 41-0 from his sophomore year to his senior year, won two state championships, and broke the state record for passing yards and passing touchdowns.
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Cartersville played mostly on Friday nights, but in the few games played on a Saturday late in Lawrence’s high school career, he emerged victorious.
Lawrence never missed a Saturday in high school.
In college, at Clemson, Lawrence went 34-2. The Tigers have never lost a regular-season game with their five-star point guard starting in 2018, 2019 or 2020 and all of those games were played on Saturdays.
Clemson lost only the College Football Playoff National Championship during Lawrence’s sophomore year and the College Football Playoff semifinal during his junior year. Both games, the only two he has lost, were played on January 13, 2020, and January 1, 2021, respectively.
January 13, 2020 was a Monday. January 1, 2021 was Friday.
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Lawrence never missed a Saturday in college.
In two years with Jacksonville, Lawrence hasn’t played a Saturday. He has gone 12-22 as a starter, but none of the 22 losses came on a Saturday.
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Lawrence hasn’t lost a Saturday in the NFL.
Last Saturday marked Lawrence’s first non-Sunday game since Day 1 of 2021 when the Jaguars defeated the Tennessee Titans to clinch the AFC South.
His unbeaten streak from Saturday is on the line, let’s see if he can keep it going.