Where did Aaron Rodgers go to college? All you need to know about his college career


Aaron Rodgers, a four-time NFL MVP has been a treat to watch on the football field throughout the course of his career. From leading his Green Bay Packers to win the Super Bowl, to witnessing the worst season with them – this 39-year-old could be named as the most loyal Quarterback modern-day fans would’ve seen.

Aaron Rodgers 7
Cal quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a game total of 275 yards passing as the California Golden Bears defeated the Oregon Ducks 28 to 27 at Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, California, November 6, 2004. (Photo by Robert B. Stanton/WireImage)

Just like his NFL career, Rodgers was a force to reckon with during his college years as well. Having to not make it to a Division I college, this star enrolled at Butte Colle. In his one and only year with the team, Rodgers led them to a 10-1 record and a #3 National rank (threw 26 TouchDowns).

As a result of which, he was named as the respective conference’s MVP. Eventually, his consistent performances were all noted University of California, Berkeley, who called him up as the team’s starter.

Aaron Rodgers’ College Stat in 2003 and 2004

Rodgers became the starting QB in the fifth game of the 2003 season for California. In his very debut, he beat the only team that offered him a Division I opportunity out of high school, Illinois.

Even after suffering via injury, it was impossible to neglect Rodgers’ hard-fought work. In 2003’s season itself, Aaron Rodgers tied the school season record for 300-yard games with five and set a school record for the lowest percentage of passes intercepted at 1.43%.

Giving a gist about his form in the 2004 season – Rodgers finished the 2004 season with 2,566 passing yards, 24 TouchDowns, and 8 interceptions. His 66.1% pass completion percentage led the highly competitive Pac-10.

In terms of Passing and Rushing

He entered the NFL draft in his last year with the University of California, grabbing strong attention from the Green Bay Packers.

Also Read: “Colorado’s pro team should’ve hired Deion”- Skip Bayless believes Deion Sanders should have looked for the Denver Broncos job

Also Read: “Why can’t black ppl be happy for other black ppl”- NFL Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe is fed up with people criticizing Deion Sanders

Also Read: “Sauce got cooked”: NFL Fans troll Jets rookie DB Sauce Gardner after Justin Jefferson gets the better of him