With 10 catches for 115 yards, Gallon's season totals are now 65 catches for 1,062 yards and 7 TDs. He's our first 1,000-yard receiver in six years.
Gallon's season yardage total already ranks him 8th in school history, and he is very close to several other players on the list. #2 is Mario Manningham in 2007, at 1,174 yards, just 112 more, so Gallon's a pretty safe bet to catch him.
The big question is whether he can catch Braylon Edwards, who gained 1,330 yards in 2003. He needs 248 yards to tie him. At his current pace (106 yards per game), he will do it in the bowl, although it's not out of the question that he could against Ohio - if we can protect Devin long enough to get him the ball.
It's worth noting that Jeremy's yards per catch (16.3) is actually quite a bit higher than Braylon's that year (13.7) - he just hasn't been targeted quite as much.
(EDIT: one thing we should note is that Braylon set the record in a 12-game season, whereas Jeremy will get to play in 13 games, so that is an advantage to him.)