We love records in sports.

Casual fans can tell you who hit the most home runs in baseball history or threw the most touchdowns. Nobody’s threatened Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game from 1962.

It’s quite possible no football player will do what Gehrig Dieter accomplished Saturday in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Three catches.

Two touchdowns.

One yard.

Wait, what?

The graduate transfer named after a record-breaking baseball legend got a good laugh out of finishing the win over Chattanooga with more touchdowns than yards.