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Though Orton threw 21 touchdowns and only 12 interceptions, the team finished 8–8 and out of the playoffs.
Orton started 2010 season as the starting quarterback, though the team was not competitive most of the season, finishing 4–12.
Orton tied former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees' record for number of passing yards in a game (522 vs.
Indiana Hoosiers), and is the only Purdue quarterback to start four consecutive bowl games (Brees and Mark Herrmann started three straight).
Orton attended Southeast Polk High School in Pleasant Hill, Iowa, where he was a four-sport star in football, basketball, tennis, and track & field.
At the end of his high school career, Orton was the No.
Grossman then started for the Bears in their only post-season game. Overall, the Bears had a record of 10–5 in games that Orton started, including an eight-game winning streak after a 1–3 start.
Orton had a nice start to the season, having led Purdue to a 5–0 start with 18 touchdowns and no interceptions.
He was a Heisman Trophy hopeful until a late 4th quarter Orton fumble was run back for a Wisconsin touchdown against the undefeated 12th ranked Wisconsin Badgers, giving the 5th ranked Purdue its first of several losses that season.
Later that season, he received multiple injuries, in consecutive games against Michigan and Northwestern forcing him to lose his starting position for a month. Orton makes a cameo in NCAA Football 2006, where he says, "EA Sports, it's in the game", along with Derek Anderson in the game's introduction.
On September 29, 2014, Bills head coach Doug Marrone named Orton starting quarterback of the then 2–2 Bills.
Orton led the Buffalo Bills to a 9–7 record in 2014 and announced his retirement shortly after the conclusion of the season.
Kyle Raymond Orton (born November 14, 1982) is a former American football quarterback.