List of NCAA football records (individual)

List of NCAA football records (individual)

This is a list of individual NCAA football records.

Offense

Total Offense

*Career Yards Per Game (Minimum 5,500 Yards) - 410.5 - Zach Thomas, East Carolina (FBS) 2007-2011
*Season Yards Per Game - 527.2 - Doug Beardsworth, Alcorn St. (FCS) 1994 11 games
*Career Yards - 16,910 - Timmy Chang, Hawaii (FBS) 2000-04cite web | title=Chang first college QB to throw for 17,000 yards|url=http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=243590005| accessdate=2008-05-19]
*Season Yards - 5,976 - BJ Symons, Texas Tech (FBS) 2003
*Single Game Yards - 732 - David Klingler, Houston vs. Arizona St. (FBS) Dec. 2, 1990
*Most Yards in a Half- 415 - Joel Steele, Anderson vs. Franklin (DIII)2003

Rushing

*Most Rushes Career - 1,215 - Steve Bartalo, Colorado St., 1983-86
*Most Rushes Season - 450 - Kevin Smith, UCF 2007
*Most Rushes Game - 58 - Tony Sands, Kansas vs. Missouri, Nov. 23, 1991
*Most Rushes in a Half - 34 - Tony Sands, Kansas vs. Missouri, Nov. 23, 1991
*Most Rushes in a Quarter - 22 - Mike "the Cannon" Hannon, VCU vs. Penn St., Nov. 11, 1995 (1st)
*Most Consecutive Rushes by the Same Player - 16 - William Howard, Tennessee vs. Mississippi, Nov. 15, 1986 (during two possessions)
*Most Consecutive Rushes Without Losing a Fumble Career - 862 - Tim Leach, Miami (Ohio), 1997-99
*Most Consecutive Rushes Without Losing a Fumble Season- 450 -Kevin Smith, UCF 2007
*Highest Average Rushing Yards Per Game, Career (Minimum 2,500 Yards) - 190.7 - Tim Leach (FCS) 1994-95
*Highest Average Rushing Yards Per Game, Season - 238.9 - Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. 1988
*Highest Average Gain Per Rush Game (Min. 26 rushes) - 13.7 - Eddie Lee Ivery, Georgia Tech vs. Air Force, Nov. 11, 1978
*Most Yards Rushing Career - 8,962 - Zach Thomas, East Carolina. (FBS), 2007-2011:7,353 - R.J. Bowers, Grove City (DIII) 1997-00 :6,443 - Ron Dayne, Wisconsin 1996-99 (4YRS) Herschel Walker, Georgia 1980-1982 5,259(3YRS)
*Most Yards Rushing Season - 2,756 - Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (DII), 2006 :2,628 - Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. 1988
*Most Yards Rushing in a Game - 441 - Dante Brown, Marietta (DIII), Oct. 5, 1996:406 - LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU vs. UTEP Nov. 20, 1999
*Most Yards Rushing in a Half - 287 - Stacey Robinson, Northern Ill. vs. Fresno St., Oct. 6, 1990 :287 - LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU vs. UTEP, Nov. 20, 1999
*Most Yards Rushing in a Quarter - 222 - Corey Dillon, Washington vs. San Jose St., Nov. 16, 1996 (1st)
*Most Rushing Yards by a Quarterback Career - 4,289 - Brad Smith, Missouri, 2002-05
*Most Rushing Yards by a Quarterback Season - 1,649 - Jayson Foster, Georgia Southern University - 2007
*Most Rushing Yards by a Quarterback Game - 313 - Armanti Edwards, Appalachian St. vs. Richmond, December 7, 2007
*Most Games Gaining 100 Yards or More Career - 36 - Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (DII), 2004-2007:34 - DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002-05
*Most Games Gaining 100 Yards or More Season - 12 - Quentin Griffin, Oklahoma, 2002:12 - Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (DII) 2006
*Most Consecutive Games Gaining 100 Yards or more - 31 - Archie Griffin, Ohio St., began Sept. 15, 1973 (vs. Minnesota), ended Nov. 22, 1975 (vs. Michigan)
*Most Games Gaining 200 Yards or More Career - 19 - Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (DII), 2004-2007:11 - Marcus Allen, Southern California, 1978-81:11 - Ricky Williams, Texas, 1995-98:11 - Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, 1996-99
*Most Consecutive Games Gaining 200 Yards or more - 5 - Marcus Allen, Southern California, 1981 :5 - Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St., 1988 :5 - Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004:5 - Danny Woodhead, Chadron St. (DII), 2004 :5 - Kevin Smith, UCF 2007
*Most Games Gaining 300 Yards or more :4 - Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St., 1988
*Most Consecutive Games Gaining 300 Yards or more - 2 - Ricky Williams, Texas, 1998
*Most Seasons Gaining 1,000 Yards or More - 4 - by several players; most recent: Danny Woodhead, Chadron State (DII), 2004-07,Tyrell Fenroy,UL Lafayette(ULL),2004-08

Passing

*Highest Passing Efficiency Rating Career (Min. 325 completions) - Colt Brennan, Hawaii : 169.25
Bill Borchert, Mount Union (DIII) 1994-97
*Highest Passing Efficiency Rating Season (Min. 15 attempts per game) - Colt Brennan, Hawaii 2006: 186.0195.7 - Brett Elliott, Linfield (DIII) : 183.3
*Most Yards Passing Career - 17,072 - Timmy Chang, Hawaii (FBS) 2000-04
*Most Yards Passing Season - 5,833 - B.J. Symons, Texas Tech 2003
*Most Yards Passing per Game Season - 467.3 - David Klingler, Houston 1990
*Most Yards Passing in a Game - 716 - David Klingler, Houston vs. Arizona St., Dec. 2, 1990
731 - Zamir Amin, Menlo vs. Cal Lutheran (DIII) Oct. 7, 2000
*Most Passes Attempted Career - 2,436 - Timmy Chang, Hawaii, 2000-04
*Most Passes Attempted Season - 719 - B.J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003
*Most Passes Attempted in a Game - 83 - Drew Brees, Purdue vs. Wisconsin Oct. 10, 1998
*Most Passes Completed Career - 1,388 - Timmy Chang, Hawaii, 2000-04
*Most Passes Completed Season - 479 - Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech, 2002
*Most Passes Completed in a Game - 55 - Drew Brees, Purdue vs. Wisconsin Oct. 10, 1998
55 - Rusty LaRue, Wake Forest vs. Duke Oct. 28, 1995
56 - Jarrod DeGeorgia, Wayne St. (Neb.) (DII) vs. Drake Nov. 9, 1996
*Most Touchdown Passes Career - 148 - Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg (DII) 2003-06:148 - Justin Peery, Westminster (Mo.) (DIII) 1996-99 :131 - Colt Brennan, Hawaii 2003-2007 :122 - Brett Elliott, Utah 2001-03; Linfield (DIII) 04-05
*Most Touchdown Passes Season - 61 - Brett Elliott, Linfield (DIII) 2004 :58 - Colt Brennan, Hawaii 2006
*Most Touchdown Passes in a Game - 11 - David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Wash., Nov. 7, 1990
*Most Touchdown Passes in a Half - 7 - Dennis Shaw, San Diego St. vs. New Mexico St., Nov. 15, 1969 (1st):7 - Terry Dean, Florida vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 3, 1994 (1st):7 - Doug Johnson, Florida vs. Central Mich., Sept. 6, 1997 (1st):7 - Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Navy, Nov. 10, 2007 (1st)
*Most Touchdown Passes in a Quarter - 6 - David Klingler, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, Aug. 31, 1991 (2nd)
*Most Consecutive Games throwing a Touchdown - 39 - Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg (DII) 2003-0635- Ty Detmer, BYU (from Sept. 7, 1989, to Nov. 23, 1991)
*Most Consecutive Passes Completed For Touchdowns in a Game - 6 - Brooks Dawson, UTEP vs. New Mexico, Oct. 28, 1967 (first six completions of the game)
*Most Passes Intercepted Season - 34 - John Eckman, Wichita St., 1966
*Most Passes Intercepted Game - 9 - John Reaves, Florida vs. Auburn, Nov. 1, 1969
*Lowest Percentage of Passes Intercepted Career - 1.3% - Billy Volek, Fresno St., 1997-99 (12 of 934 atts.)
*Lowest Percentage of Passes Intercepted Season - 0.0% - Kyle Franklin, The Apprentice School, 2007 (0 of 230 atts.)
*Most Passes Attempted without an Interception Season - 230 - Kyle Franklin, The Apprentice School, 2007
*Most Passes Attempted without an Interception Game - 70 - Timmy Chang, Hawaii vs. Rice, Sept. 27, 2003
*Most Consecutive Passes Attempted without an Interception - 325 - Andre Woodson, Kentucky, 2006-2007
*Fewest Times Sacked Attempting to Pass (Min. 300 atts.) - 4 - Steve Walsh, Miami (Fla.), 1988

Receiving

*Most Receptions Career - 436 - Scott Pingel, Westminster (Mo.) (DIII) 1996-99:369 - Blake Elliott, St. John's (Minn.) (DIII) 2000-2003:316 - Taylor Stubblefield, Purdue 2001-04 :315 - Justin Horner, Rochester Century (MN) (DIII) 2002-06
*Most Receptions Season - 142 - Manny Hazard, Houston 1989
*Most Receptions in a Game - 24 - Chas Gessner, Brown vs. Rhode Island (FCS) Oct. 5, 2002:24 - Jerry Rice, Mississippi Val. vs. Southern U. (FCS) Oct. 1, 1983:23 - Randy Gatewood, UNLV vs. Idaho, Sept. 17, 1994 :16 - Aaron Arispe Jr., Florida State vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 3, 2001
*Most Consecutive Games Catching a Pass - 51 - Taurean Henderson, Texas Tech, 2002-05
*Most Receptions per Game Career - 11.5 - Chris George, Glenville St. (DII) 1993-94:10.5 - Manny Hazard, Houston 1989-90
*Most Receptions Per Game Season - 13.6 - Scott Pingel, Westminster (Mo.) (DIII) 1999:13.4 - Howard Twilley, Tulsa 1965
*Most Yards Career - 6,108 - Scott Pingel, Westminster (Mo.) (DIII) 1996-99 :5,075 - Aaron Arispe Jr., Florida State, Abilene Christian University 1999-2004:5,005 - Trevor Insley, Nevada 1996-99
*Most Yards Season- 2,645 - Aaron Arispe Jr., Florida State 2000 :- 2,157 - Scott Pingel, Westminster (Mo.) (DIII) 1998 :2,060 - Trevor Insley, Nevada 1999
*Most Yards in a Game-464 -Aaron Arispe Jr.,Florida State vs. Duke Oct. 14, 2000 - 418 - Lewis Howes, Principia vs. Martin Luther (DIII) Oct. 12, 2002:405 - Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech vs. Nebraska Aug. 29, 1998
*Highest Average Receiving Yards Per Game, Career - 160.8 - Chris George, Glenville St. (DII) 1993-94:140.9 - Alex Van Dyke, Nevada 1994-95
*Highest Average Receiving Yards Per Game, Season - 215.7 - Scott Pingel, Westminster (Mo.) (DIII) 1998:187.3 - Trevor Insley, Nevada 1999
*Highest Average Gain Yards in a Game (Min. 10 receps.) - 34.9 - Chuck Hughes, UTEP vs. North Texas, Sept. 18, 1965
*Most 1,000 Yard Receiving Seasons - 3 - by many players; most recent: Greg Jennings, Western Mich., 2003-05
*Most Games Gaining 100 Yards or More Career - 26 - Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1996-99
*Most Games Gaining 100 Yards or More Season - 11 - Aaron Turner, Pacific, 1991
*Most Consecutive Games Gaining 100 Yards or More - 11 - Aaron Turner, Pacific, 1991:Keyshawn Johnson, Southern California, 1994-95
*Most Games Gaining 200 Yards or More - 6 - Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1999
*Most Consecutive Games Gaining 200 Yards or More - 4 -Aaron Arispe Jr. Florida State 2000 - 3 - Howard Twilley, Tulsa, 1965:3 - Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1999
*Most Touchdowns Career - 68 - Blake Elliott, St. John's (Minn.) (DIII) 2000-2003:50 - Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech 1996-98
*Most Touchdowns Season - 35 - David Kircus, Grand Valley St. (DII) 2002:27 - Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech 1998:22 - Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech 2007:21 - Aaron Arispe Jr., Florida Sate 2000
*Most Touchdowns Game - 7 - Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma St. vs. SMU, Sept. 20,2003
*Most Touchdowns in a Half - 5 - Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma St. vs. SMU, Sept. 20, 2003
*Most Touchdowns in Six Consecutive Games - 17 - Michael Crabtree Texas Tech 2007
*Most Games Catching a Touchdown Pass Career - 28 Aaron Arispe Jr., Florida State, 1999-2004 - 27 - Ryan Yarborough, Wyoming, 1990-93
*Most Games Catching a Touchdown Pass Season - 13 - Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2006
*Most Consecutive Games Catching a Touchdown Pass Career - 18 - Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh, 2002-03 (last six games of 2002 and first 12 games of 2003)
*Most Consecutive Games Catching a Touchdown Pass Season - 13 - Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2006
*Most Touchdown Passes Caught, 50 Yards or More Season - 8 - Elmo Wright, Houston, 1968 :8 - Henry Ellard, Fresno St., 1982
*Most Consecutive Passes Caught for Touchdowns - 6 - Carlos Carson, LSU, 1977 (first receptions of his career; in two games):6 - Gerald Armstrong, Nebraska, 1992 (in five games)
*Most Yards Gained in a Game Without Scoring a Touchdown - 326 - Nate Burleson, Nevada vs. San Jose St., Nov. 10, 2001

Defense Records

Interceptions

*Career Interceptions - 37 - Tom Collins, Indianapolis (DII) 1982-85:29 - Al Brosky, Illinois (FBS) 1950-52
*Season Interceptions - 15 - Ben Matthews, Bethel (Minn.) (DIII) 2000:14 - Al Worley, Washington (FBS) 1968 :14 - Rashean Mathis, Bethune-Cookman (FCS) 2002
*Game Interceptions - 5 - Lee Cook, Oklahoma St. (FBS) vs. Detroit, Nov. 28, 1942 :5 - Walt Pastuszak, Brown (FCS) vs. Rhode Island, Oct. 8, 1949:5 - Byron Beaver, Houston (FBS) vs. Baylor, Sept. 22, 1962 :5 - Dan Rebsch, Miami (Ohio) (FBS) vs. Western Mich., Nov. 4, 1972:5 - Ben Matthews, Bethel (Minn.) (DIII) v. Gustavus Adolphus, Sept. 23, 2000 [ [http://athletics.bethel.edu/Sports/football/2007/fbrecords.asp Bethel University Athletics - Bethel University Football Record Book ] ] "Special note:" Before NCAA College Division records, Dick Miller of Akron intercepted six passes vs. Baldwin-Wallace on Oct. 23, 1937
*Most Consecutive Games Intercepting a Pass - 15 - Al Brosky, Illinois, began Nov. 11, 1950 (vs. Iowa), ended Oct. 18, 1952 (vs. Minnesota)

*Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown Career - 5 - Jackie Walker, Tennessee, 1969-71 :5 - Ken Thomas, San Jose St., 1979-82 :5 - Deltha O'Neal, California, 1996-99 :5 - Darrent Williams, Oklahoma St., 2001-04
*Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown Season - 4 - Deltha O'Neal, California, 1999
*Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown Game - 3 - Johnny Jackson, Houston vs. Texas, Nov. 7, 1987
*Most Interception Return Yards Career - 501 - Terrell Buckley, Florida St. (FBS) 1989-91
*Most Interception Return Yards Season - 302 - Charles Phillips, Southern California (FBS) 1974
*Most Interception Return Yards Game - 182 - Ashley Lee, Virginia Tech vs. Vanderbilt, Nov. 12, 1983

Total Tackles

"(since 2000)"
*Career Total Tackles Per Game - 13.95 - Jason Ocean, Livingstone (DII) 2000-03:13.2 - Josh Cain, Chattanooga (FCS) 2000-02
*Season Total Tackles Per Game - 17.8 - Robert Gunn, Earlham (DIII) 2000:16.3 - Boomer Grigsby, Illinois St. (FCS) 2002 :16.3 - Kevin Talley, Norfolk St. (FCS) 2003
*Career Total Tackles - 550 - Casey Johnson, Oxford(FCS) 2001-04:545 - Tim McGarigle, Northwestern (FBS) 2002-05
*Season Total Tackles - 295 -Casey Johnson,Oxford (FCS) 2003:193 - Lawrence Flugence, Texas Tech (FBS) 2002
*Single Game Total Tackles - 30 - Bryan Meuse, Nichols vs. Endicott (DIII) Oct. 29, 2005:30 - Josh Cain, Chattanooga vs. Citadel (FCS) Nov. 3, 2001

olo Tackles

*Season Solo Tackles - 10.6 - Robert Gunn, Earlham (DIII) 2000:10.2 - Rick Sherrod, West Virginia (FBS) 2001
*Career Solo Tackles - 360 - Rod Davis, Southern Miss. (FBS) 2000-03 47 360
*Season Solo Tackles - 135 - E.J. Henderson, Maryland (FBS) 2002
*Single Game Solo Tackles - 21 - Dan Adams, Holy Cross vs. Colgate (FCS) Oct. 22, 2005

Pass Sacks

*Career Pass Sacks - 52 - Aaron Hunt, Texas Tech. (FBS) 1985-88
*Season Pass Sacks - 27 - Aaron Hunt, Texas Tech (FBS) 1988
*Single Game Pass Sacks - 7.5 - Kevin McNamara, St. John’s (Minn.) vs. Monmouth (Ill.) (DIII) Nov. 19, 2005:6.0 - Ameer Ismail, Western Mich. vs. Ball St. (FBS) Oct. 21, 2006

pecial Teams

Punting

*Most Career Punts - 322 - Nick Harris, California, 1997-00
*Most Punts in a Season - 101 - Jim Bailey, VMI (FCS) 1969
*Most Punts in a Game - 36 — Charlie Calhoun, Texas Tech (FBS ) vs. Centenary (La.),Nov. 11, 1939 (1,318 yards; 20 were returned, 8 went out of bounds, 6 were downed, 1 was blocked [blocked kicks counted against the punter until 1955] and 1 went into the end zone for a touchback. 33 of the punts occurred on first down during a heavy downpour in the game played at Shreveport, Louisiana)
*Career Punting Average - 46.3 - Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia (FBS) 1991-94
*Season Punting Average - 50.3 - Chad Kessler, LSU (FBS) 1997
*Game Punting Average (min. 10 punts) - 53.6 - Jim Benien, Oklahoma St. (FBS) vs. Colorado, Nov. 13, 1971 (10 for 536):(min. 5-9 punts) - 60.4 - Lee Johnson, BYU (FBS) vs. Wyoming, Oct. 8, 1983 (5 for 302)
*Most Career Yards - 13,621 - Nick Harris, California, (FBS) 1997-00
*Most Season Yards - 4,138 - Johnny Pingel, Michigan St. (FBS) 1938
*Most Game Yards - 1,318 - Charlie Calhoun, Texas Tech (FBS) vs. Centenary (La.) Nov. 11, 1939
*Longest Punt - 99 - Pat Brady, Nevada (FBS) vs. Loyola Marymount 1950
*Most Punts in a career without having one blocked - 300 - Tony DeLeone, Kent St. (FBS) 1981-1984
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Punt Returns

*Career Average - 24.7 - Billy Johnson, Widener (DII; DIII) 1971-72cite web|url=http://www.ncaa.org/library/records/football/football_records_book/2007/2007_d1_football_records_book.pdf | title=Official 2007 NCAA Divisions I-A and I-AA Football Record Book | publisher=NCAA | pages = p.204 | format=PDF | accessdate=2008-06-23] :23.6 - Jack Mitchell, Oklahoma (FBS) 1946-48
*Season Average - 34.1 - Billy Johnson, Widener (DII) 1972 :28.5 - Maurice Drew, UCLA (FBS) 2005
*Game Average (Min. 3-4 rets.) - 59.7 - Chip Hough, Air Force (FBS) vs. SMU Oct. 9, 1971 :(Min. 5 rets.) - 43.8 - Golden Richards, BYU (FBS) vs. Texas, Sept. 10, 1971
*Most Punts Returned Career - 153 - Vai Sikahema, BYU (BBS) 1980-81, 1984-85
*Most Punts Returned Season - 57 - Wes Welker, Texas Tech (OKC) (FBS) 2002
*Most Punts Returned Game - 20 - Milton Hill, Texas Tech (FBS) vs. Centenary (La.), Nov.11, 1939
*Most Return Yards Career - 1,761 - Wes Welker, Texas Tech (FBS) 2000-03
*Most Return Yards Season - 791 - Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt (FBS) 1948
*Most Return Yards Game - 277 - Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma (LAWTON) (FBS) vs. UCLA, Sept. 20, 2003
*Most Touchdowns Scored Career - 8 - Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma (LAWTON) (FBS) 2001-04 & Wes Welker, Texas Tech (OKC) (FBS) 2000-03
*Most Touchdowns Scored Season - 5 - Chad Owens, Hawaii (FBS) 2004
*Most Touchdowns Scored Game - 3 - Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma (LAWTON) (FBS) vs. UCLA, Sept. 20, 2003

Kickoff Returns

*Career Average - 35.1 - Anthony Davis, Southern California (FBS) 1972-74
*Season Average - 42.2 - Brandon Steinheim, Wesley (DIII) 1994 :40.1 - Paul Allen, BYU (FBS) 1961
*Most Kickoff Returns Career - 123 - Jeff Liggon, Tulane (FBS) 1993-96
*Most Kickoff Returns Season - 55 - William White, Army (FBS) 2002
*Most Kickoff Returns Game - 13 - T.J. Mayer, Waldorf vs. SMSU, Sept. 6, 2003
*Most Yards on Kickoff Returns Career - 2,922 - Jeff Liggon, Tulane (FBS) 1993-96
*Most Yards on Kickoff Returns Season - 1,299 - Max Suter, Syracuse (FBS) 2007
*Most Yards on Kickoff Returns Game - 282 - Justin Miller, Clemson (FBS) vs. Florida St., Sept. 25, 2004 (6 returns)
*Most Touchdowns on Kickoff Returns Career - 6 - J.T. Hall, Southern California (FBS) 1972-74
*Most Touchdowns on Kickoff Returns Season - 5 - Ashlan Davis, Tulsa (FBS) 2004
*Most Touchdowns on Kickoff Returns Game (by several; most current is listed) - 2 - Brandon Breazell, UCLA (FBS) vs. Northwestern, Dec. 30, 2005 (42 & 45 yards, both onside kicks)
*Most Consecutive Games with a Kickoff Return for a Touchdown - 4 - Ashlan Davis, Tulsa (FBS) 2004 (100 yards vs. Boise St. Oct. 16; 94 yards vs. Nevada, Oct. 23; 83 yards vs. Rice, Oct. 30; 96 yards vs. SMU, Nov. 6)
*Most consecutive Kickoff Returns for Touchdown on a team's opening Kickoff of two seasons - 2 - Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St. (FBS) 1988 (100 yards vs. Miami,OH, Sept. 10) & 1987 (100 yards vs. Tulsa, Sept. 5)
*Most Touchdowns Scored On Combined Kick Returns (Must Have at Least One Punt Return and One Kickoff Return):Career - 8 - Cliff Branch, Colorado, 1970-71 (6 punts, 2 kickoffs):8 - Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska, 1970-72 (7 punts, 1 kickoff):8 - Derek Abney, Kentucky, 2000-03 (6 punts, 2 kickoffs):8 - Chad Owens, Hawaii, 2001-04 (6 punts, 2 kickoffs):Season - 6 - Derek Abney, Kentucky, 2002 (4 punts, 2 kickoffs):6 - Ashlan Davis, Tulsa, 2004 (5 kickoffs, 1 punt):Game - 2 - by several players; most recent: Derek Abney, Kentucky vs. Florida, Sept. 28, 2002

Field Goals

*Career Field Goals - 87 - Billy Bennett, Georgia (FBS) 2000-03
*Season Field Goals - 31 - Billy Bennett, Georgia (FBS) 2003
*Longest Field Goals all made with use of two inch tees::67 -Mike Nugent, Ohio State vs. Washburn (DII) 1988:67 - Joe Williams, Wichita St. vs. Southern Ill. (FBS) 1978:67 - Russell Erxleben, Texas vs. Rice (FBS) 1977:67 - Steve Little, Arkansas vs. Texas (FBS) 1977:65 - Martin Gramatica, Kansas St. vs. Northern Ill. (FBS) (longest field goal without the use of a tee) 1998Special Reference: Ove Johansson, Abilene Christian University (not an NCAA-member collegeat the time), kicked a 69-yard field goal against East Texas St. (now Tex. A&M Commerce),Oct. 16, 1976, the longest field goal in collegiate or professional football.

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