I got a suit for my college graduation gift. Others I know got your standard “welcome to the workplace” gifts from their families upon college graduation. We need more parents like Trenton Bourguet’s.

The Arizona State quarterback said on Wednesday that his parents surprised him with a C8 Corvette as a graduation gift following the Sun Devils’ 45-38 upset win over then-No. 21 Washington.

The new era of college football also means that if you show out on the field on Saturdays, you might end up driving a nicer car than your head coach.

So you already know interim ASU head coach Shaun Aguano tried to swipe the Corvette.

A new base-model C8 Corvette will run you a cool $65,000. It’s quite the gift, but a major surprise like that is certainly befitting of the storybook kind of moment Bourguet enjoyed over the weekend.

A former walk-on, Bourguet competed with Alabama transfer Paul Tyson in the spring for the starting job after Jayden Daniels abruptly left the team in search of a new quarterback. Then, in the summer, Arizona State secured a transfer commitment from former Florida starter Emory Jones and it looked like the position was settled.

Jones had been the first-team option in every game to begin the season, but he was knocked out of the Washington game midway through the second quarter on a hit to the head while sliding. Bourguet came in with the Sun Devils trailing 10-3.

Tailback Xazavian Valladay found the endzone from 11 yards out on the very next play to tie the game at 10-all. Bourguet then led an 11-play, 90-yard touchdown march on the very next possession. The Sun Devils scored touchdowns on three of their six second-half possessions to stay out in front.

Bourguet finished 15-for-21 for 182 yards and three touchdowns.

And, of course, a new car.