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This is a list of individual National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) American football records, including Division I (FBS, and FCS), II, and III.

Contents

Division 1

Total offense

Yards per game, season

FBS: 474.6 – David Klingler, Houston, 1990, 11 games[1]
FCS: 527.2 – Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994, 11 games[2]
Div II: 436.7 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 2009, 10 games[3]
Div III: 465.1 – Justin Peery, Westminster (MO), 1998, 10 games[4]

Career yards

FBS: 20,114 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11, 19,217 passing, 897 rushing[1]
FCS: 16,823 – Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1991–94, 14,496 passing, 2,327 rushing[2]
Div II: 16,432 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13, 16,265 passing, 167 rushing[5]
Div III: 14,568 – Kevin Burke, Mount Union, 2011–14, 12,087 passing, 2,481 rushing[6]

Season yards

FBS: 5,976 – B. J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003, 5,833 passing, 143 rushing[1]
FCS: 5,799 – Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994, 4,863 passing, 936 rushing[2]
Div II: 5,363 – Chad Friehauf, Colorado Mines, 2004, 4,646 passing, 717 rushing[3]
Div III: 5,363 – Joe Callahan, Wesley, 2015, 5,068 passing, 398 rushing[6]

Single game yards

FBS: 819 – Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 2016, 734 passing, 85 rushing[7]
FCS: 791 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion vs. New Hampshire, Sep. 22, 2012, 730 passing, 61 rushing[8]
Div II: 681 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009, 695 passing, −14 rushing[3]
Div III: 719 – Sam Durley, Eureka vs. Knox, Sep. 1, 2012, 736 passing, −17 rushing[9]

Most games gaining 400 yards or more, season

FBS: 11 – B. J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003[1]
FCS: 9 – Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994[2]
Div II:
Div III:

Most games gaining 400 yards or more, career

FBS: 21 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11; Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2006–08[1]
FCS: 15 – Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1991–94[2]
Div II:
Div III: 25 - George Hussey, LIU - Brooklyn 1972-74

Rushing

Most rushing attempts, career

FBS: 1,215 – Steve Bartalo, Colorado State, 1983–86, 4,813 yards[10]
FCS: 1,240 – Jordan Scott, Colgate, 2005–08, 5,621 yards[11]
Div II: 1,271 – Xavier Omon, Northwest Missouri State, 2004–07, 7,073 yards[3]
DIV III: 1,324 – Levell Coppage, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2008–11, 7,795 yards[12]

Most rushing attempts, season

FBS: 450 – Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007, 2,567 yards[10]
FCS: 450 – Jamaal Branch, Colgate, 2003, 2,326 yards[11]
Div II: 385 – Joe Gough, Wayne State (MI), 1994, 1,593 yards[3]
Div III: 463 – Dante Washington, Carthage, 2004, 1990 yards[4]

Most rushing attempts, game

FBS: 58 – Tony Sands, Kansas vs. Missouri, Nov. 23, 1991, 396 yards[13]
FCS: 56 – Arnold Mickens, Butler vs. Valparaiso, Oct. 8, 1994, 295 yards[11]
Div II: 62 – Rahmann Lee, Glenville vs. WVWC, Sep. 10, 2015, 412 yards[3]
Div III: 59 – John Ortiz, King's (PA) vs. Albright, Sep. 24, 2005, 267 yards[4]

Most consecutive rushing attempts without losing a fumble, career

FBS: 1,005 – Mike Hart, University of Michigan, 2004–08[10]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Most consecutive rushing attempts without losing a fumble, season

FBS: 365 – Travis Prentice, Miami (OH), 1998[10]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Highest average rushing yards per game, career (minimum 2,500 yards)

FBS: 174.6 – Ed Marinaro, Cornell, 1969–71, 4,715 yards in 27 games[10]
FCS: 190.7 – Arnold Mickens, Butler, 1994–95, 3,813 in 20[11]
Div II: 183.4 – Anthony Gray, Western New Mexico, 1997–98, 3,484 in 19[14]
Div III: 187.1 – Tony Sutton, Wooster, 2002–04, 5,613 in 30[4]

Highest average rushing yards per game, season

FBS: 238.9 – Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 1988, 2,628 yards in 11 games[10]
FCS: 225.5 – Arnold Mickens, Butler, 1994, 2,255 in 10[11]
Div II: 222.0 – Anthony Gray, Western New Mexico, 1997, 2,220 in 10[14]
Div III: 238.5 – Dante Brown, Marietta, 1996, 2,385 in 10[4]

Most yards rushing, career

FBS: 7,125 – Ron Dayne, University of Wisconsin, 1996–99, 1220 rushes
FCS: 7,590 – Adrian Peterson, Georgia Southern University, 1998–2001, 996 rushes (Note: Not the same Adrian Peterson who played for University of Oklahoma)
Div II: 7,962 – Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 2004–07, 1,156 rushes[14]
Div III: 8,074 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2005–08, 1,189 rushes[4]

Most yards rushing, season

FBS: 2,628 – Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 1988, 344 rushes, 11 games[10]
FCS: 2,519 – Terrance West, Towson, 2013, 413 rushes, 16 games[11]
Div II: 2,756 – Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 2006, 344 rushes[14]
Div III: 2,790 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2008, 377 rushes[4]

Most yards rushing, game

FBS: 427 – Samaje Perine, Oklahoma vs. Kansas, Nov. 22, 2014, 34 carries[15]
FCS: 437 – Maurice Hicks, North Carolina A&T vs. Morgan State, Oct. 6, 2001, 34 rushes[11]
Div II: 418 – Jarom Freeman, Southern Connecticut State vs. Bryant, Nov. 2, 2007, 34 rushes[14]
Div III: 465 – Cartel Brooks, Heidelberg vs. Baldwin Wallace, Nov. 16, 2013, 38 rushes[5]

Most rushing yards by a quarterback, career

FBS: 4,559 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2012–15, 977 rushes[citation needed]
FCS: 4,852 – Matt Cannon, Southern Utah, 1997–2000, 674 rushes[11]
Div II: 5,953 – Jason Vander Laan, Ferris State, 2012–15, 1010 rushes[14]
Div III: 4,242 – Ayrton Scott, Augsburg, 2012–15, 722 rushes[12]

Most rushing yards by a quarterback, season

FBS: 1,920 – Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, 2013, 292 rushes[16]
FCS: 1,844 – Jayson Foster, Georgia Southern, 2007, 261 rushes[11]
Div II: 1,607 – Jason Vander Laan, Ferris State, 2013, 265 rushes[17]
Div III: 1,941 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2006, 261 rushes[4]

Most rushing yards by a quarterback, game

FBS: 327 – Khalil Tate, Arizona vs. Colorado, Oct. 7, 2017, 14 rushes[18]
FCS: 316 – Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern vs. Central Arkansas, Dec. 1, 2012, 34 rushes[11]
Div II: 323 – Shawn Graves, Wofford vs. Lenoir–Rhyne, Sep. 15, 1990, 23 rushes[14]
Div III: 342 – Matt Roe, Augustana (IL) vs. Wheaton (IL), Nov. 13, 2004, 44 rushes[4]

Most rushing touchdowns, career

FBS: 88 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2012–15[19]
FCS: 84 – Adrian Peterson, Georgia Southern, 1998–2001[20]
Div II: 107 – Germaine Race, Pittsburg State, 2003–06[14]
Div III: 125 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2005–08[4]

Most rushing touchdowns, season

FBS: 37 – Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 1988, 11 games[21]
FCS: 41 – Terrance West, Towson, 2013, 16 games[citation needed]
Div III: 44 - Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2008, 15 games[22]

Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, career

FBS: 88 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2012–15[23]
FCS: 69 – Matt Cannon, Southern Utah, 1997-2000[20]
Div II: 81 – Jason Vander Laan, Ferris State, 2012–15[24]
Div III: 70 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2004–06[4]

Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, season

FBS: 31 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2013[25]
FCS: 27 – Chaz Williams, Georgia Southern, 2002[20]
Div II: 24 – Shawn Graves, Wofford, 1989;[14] Jason Vander Laan, Ferris State, 2015[24][26]
Div III: 35 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2006, 12 games[4]

Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, game

FBS: 7 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy vs. San Jose State, Nov 22, 2013[27]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III: 7 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, vs. St. John Fisher[28]

Most games with 100+ rushing yards, career

FBS: 34 – DeAngelo Williams, Memphis, 2002–05[29]
FCS: 40 – Adrian Peterson, Georgia Southern, 1998–2001[30]
Div III: 42 – Levell Coppage, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2008–11[12]

Passing

Highest passing efficiency rating, career

FBS: 181.3 - Shaun King Tulane, 1998 (min. 325 completions) 181.3 – Kyler Murray, Oklahoma, 2015–18 (min. 325 completions)[31]
FCS: 176.7 – Josh Johnson, San Diego, 2004–07 (min. 300 completions)[20]
Div II: 190.8 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000–01 (min. 375 completions)[14]
Div III: 197.4 – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2005–08 (min. 325 completions)[32]

Highest passing efficiency rating, season (min. 15 attempts per game)

FBS: 199.4 – Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama, 2018[33]
FCS: 204.6 – Shawn Knight, William & Mary, 1993[20]
Div II: 210.1 – Boyd Crawford, Albertson, 1953[14]
Div III: 225.0 – Mike Simpson, Eureka, 1994[32]

Highest passing efficiency rating, game

FBS: 403.4 – Tim Clifford, Indiana vs Colorado, 1980 (min. 12 attempts);[34] 317.4 – Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo vs Buffalo, 2003 (min. 25 attempts);[34]
248.0 – Geno Smith, West Virginia vs Baylor, 2012 (min. 50 attempts)[34]
FCS: 409.9 – Taryn Christion, South Dakota State vs Arkansas Pine-Bluff, 2018 (min. 15 attempts)
Div II:
Div III:

Highest percentage of passes completed, game

FBS: 90.6% – Seth Doege, Texas Tech vs. New Mexico, Sep. 17, 2011 (min. 40 completions);[35][36] 93.9% – Kyle Allen, Houston vs. Rice, Sep. 16, 2017 (min. 30 completions);[37] 96.0% – Greyson Lambert, Georgia vs. South Carolina, Sep. 18, 2015 (min. 20 completions)[38]
FCS: 88.9% – Richie Williams, Appalachian State vs. Furman, Oct. 9, 2004 (min. 30 completions);[20] 96.2% – Ricky Santos, New Hampshire vs. Northeastern, Oct. 22, 2005 (min. 20 completions)[20]
Div II: 90.0% – Lance Parker, Ouachita Baptist vs. Southwest Baptist, Oct. 25, 2008 (min. 35 completions);[39] 96.0% – Zack Eskridge, Midwestern State vs. Texas A&M–Kingsville, Oct. 17, 2009 (min. 20 completions)[39]
Div III: 84.9% – Ian Kolste, Whitworth vs. George Fox, Oct. 1, 2016 (min. 35 completions);[12] 95.5% – Mark Petruziello, John Carroll vs. Thomas More, Sep. 6, 2008 (min. 20 completions)[12]

Highest percentage of passes completed, career

FBS: 70.4% – Colt Brennan, Hawaiʻi, 2005–07 (minimum 875 attempts)[40]
FCS: 69.6% – Eric Sanders, Northern Iowa, 2004–07 (minimum 750 attempts)[20]
Div II: 72.7% – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000–01 (minimum 500 attempts)[39]
Div III: 74.1% – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2005–08 (minimum 750 attempts)[32]

Highest percentage of passes completed, season

FBS: 76.7% – Colt McCoy, Texas, 2008 (minimum 150 attempts)[40]
FCS: 75.2% – Eric Sanders, Northern Iowa, 2007 (minimum 200 attempts)[20]
Div II: 76.9% – Troy Weatherhead, Hillsdale, 2010 (minimum 250 attempts)[39]
Div III: 75.0% – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2008 (minimum 250 attempts)[32]

Most yards passing, career

FBS: 19,217 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[40]
FCS: 14,584 – Devlin Hodges, Samford, 2015–18[41]
Div II: 16,265 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13[5]
Div III: 14,249 – Alex Tanney, Monmouth (IL), 2007–11[42][43]

Most yards passing, season

FBS: 5,833 – B. J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003[40]
FCS: 5,076 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion, 2012[20]
Div II: 5,207 – Eric Czerniewski, Central Missouri, 2010[39]
Div III: 5,068 – Joe Callahan, Wesley, 2015[12]

Most yards passing, game

FBS: 734 – Connor Halliday, Washington State vs Cal, Oct. 4, 2014; Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech vs Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 2016[44]
FCS: 730 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion vs. New Hampshire, Sep. 22, 2012[8]
Div II: 695 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009[39]
Div III: 736 – Sam Durley, Eureka vs. Knox (IL), Sep. 1, 2012[32]

Most yards passing per game, season

FBS: 467.3 – David Klingler, Houston, 1990[40]
FCS: 455.7 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[20]
Div II: 437.3 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 2009[39]
Div III: 450.1 – Justin Peery, Westminster (MO), 1998[32]

Most passes attempted, career

FBS: 2,436 – Timmy Chang, Hawaii, 2000–04[40]
FCS: 1,896 – Devlin Hodges, Samford, 2015–18[41]
Div II: 2,187 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13[citation needed]
Div III: 1,982 – Josh Vogelbach, Guilford, 2005–08[32]

Most passes attempted, season

FBS: 719 – B. J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003[40]
FCS: 598 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2008[20]
Div II: 670 – Eric Czerniewski, Central Missouri, 2010[14]
Div III: 575 – Brett Dietz, Hanover, 2003[32]

Most passes attempted, game

FBS: 89 – Connor Halliday, Washington State vs. Oregon, October 19, 2013[40]
FCS: 85 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston State, Nov. 1, 2008[20]
Div II: 94 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009[14]
Div III: 84 – Evan Jones, Carthage vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 17, 2009; Mackenzie McGrady, Alma vs. Wisconsin–River Falls, Sep. 26, 2009; McCallum Foote, Middlebury vs. Amherst, Oct. 5, 2013[32]

Most passes completed, career

FBS: 1,546 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[40]
FCS: 1,310 – Devlin Hodges, Samford, 2015–18[41]
Div II: 1,397 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13[5]
Div III: 1,205 – Alex Tanney, Monmouth (IL), 2007–11[12]

Most passes completed, season

FBS: 512 – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007[40]
FCS: 385 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2009; Brett Gordon, Villanova, 2002[20]
Div II: 447 – Eric Czerniewski, Central Missouri, 2010[14]
Div III: 360 – Brett Dietz, Hanover, 2003[32]

Most passes completed, game

FBS: 58 – Andy Schmitt, Eastern Michigan vs. Central Michigan, Nov. 28, 2008;[40] Connor Halliday, Washington State vs. Oregon, Oct. 19, 2013[40]
FCS: 57 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston State, Nov. 1, 2008[20]
Div II: 64 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009[14]
Div III: 58 – Bryan Peterson, Whitworth vs. La Verne, Sep. 20, 2014[45]

Most passes completed per game, career

FBS: 31.2 – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2005–08[40]
FCS: 29.8 – Devlin Hodges, Samford, 2015–18[41]
Div II: 30.4 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13[citation needed]
Div III: 29.7 – Josh Vogelbach, Guilford, 2005–08[32]

Most passes completed per game, season

FBS: 39.4 – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007[40]
FCS: 32.4 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[20]
Div II: 40.4 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 2009[14]
Div III: 34.0 – Bryan Peterson, Whitworth University (WA), 2014[46]

Most touchdown passes, career

FBS: 155 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[40]
FCS: 140 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling State, 2001–05[47]
Div II: 148 – Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, 2003–06[39]
Div III: 157 – Alex Tanney, Monmouth (IL), 2007–11[32][48]

Most touchdown passes, season

FBS: 58 – Colt Brennan, Hawaii, 2006[40]
FCS: 57 – Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston State, 2016[47]
Div II: 54 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000[39]Zach Zulli, Shippensburg, 2012
Div III: 61 – Brett Elliott, Linfield, 2004[32]

Most touchdown passes, game

FBS: 11 – David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 17, 1990[40]
FCS: 9 – Drew Hubel, Portland State vs. Weber State, Oct. 27, 2007; Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley vs. Kentucky State, Sep. 1, 1984[47]
Div II: 10 – Bruce Swanson, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[39]
Div III: 9 – Joe Zarlinga, Ohio Northern vs. Capital, Nov. 14, 1998[32]

Most consecutive games throwing touchdown pass

FBS: 46 - Rakeem Cato, Marshall, 2011–14[49]
FCS: 42 – Dominic Randolph, Holy Cross, 2006–09[47]
Div II: 46 – Mike Reilly, Central Washington, 2005–08[39]
Div III: 40 – Bill Borchert, Mount Union, 1994–97[32]

Most passes intercepted, career

FBS: 80 – Timmy Chang, Hawaii, 2000–04[1]
FCS: 75 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1982–85[20]
Div II: 88 – Bob McLaughlin, Lock Haven, 1992–95[39]
Div III: 117 – Steve Hendry, Wisconsin–Superior, 1980–83[32]

Most passes intercepted, season

FBS: 34 – John Eckman, Wichita State, 1966[1]
FCS: 29 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1985[20]
Div II: 32 – Joe Stetser, Chico State, 1967[39]
Div III: 43 – Steve Hendry, Wisconsin–Superior, 1982[32]

Most passes intercepted, game

FBS: 9 – John Reaves, Florida vs. Auburn, Nov. 1, 1969[1]
FCS: 7 – Dan Crowley, Towson vs. Maine, Nov. 16, 1991; Carlton Jenkins, Mississippi Valley vs. Prairie View, Oct. 31, 1987; Charles Hebert, Southeastern Louisiana vs. Northwestern State, Nov. 12, 1983; Mick Spoon, Idaho State vs. Montana, Oct. 21, 1978[20]
Div II: 11 – Bemidji State vs Saint Cloud State, Oct. 31, 1970. National record for Saint Cloud States defense. 5 by Bill Trewick, 3 by Mark Swedlund and 3 by Ted Lockett. 9 – Pat Brennan, Franklin vs. Saginaw Valley, Sep. 24, 1983; Henry Schafer, Johns Hopkins vs. Haverford, Oct. 16, 1965[39]
Div III: 8 – Jason Clark, Ohio Northern vs. John Carroll, Nov. 9, 1991; Jim Higgins, Brockport vs. Buffalo State, Sep. 29, 1990; Dennis Bogacz, Wisconsin–Oshkosh vs. Wisconsin–Stevens Point, Oct. 29, 1988; Kevin Karwath, Canisius vs. Liberty, Nov. 19, 1979[32]

Most pass attempts without an interception, game

FBS: 77 – David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, Sep. 8, 2012[1][50]
FCS: 79 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion vs. New Hampshire, Sep. 22, 2012[51]
Div II: 74 – Michael Pierce, St. Anselm vs. Stonehill, Oct. 24, 2009[39]
Div III: 82[45] – Bryan Peterson, Whitworth (WA) vs. LaVerne, Sep. 20, 2014[32]

Most consecutive pass attempts without an interception

FBS: 444 – Colby Cameron, Louisiana Tech, 2011–12[1]
FCS: 342 – Jimmy Blanchard, Portland State, 1999[20]
Div II: 280 – Jesse Showerda, New Haven, 1996[39]
Div III: 305 – Brad Boyle, Coe, 2009[32]

Lowest percentage of passes intercepted, career

FBS: 1.20% – Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 2012–14 (min. 600 attempts)[1]
FCS: 1.41% – Josh Johnson, San Diego, 2004–07 (min. 750 attempts)[20]
Div II: 1.29% – Malik Grove, Notre Dame College, 2014-2017 (min. 1,000 attempts)[39]
Div III: 1.15% – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2005–08 (min. 750 attempts);[32] 1.47% – Bobby Swallow, Washington & Jefferson, 2005–08 (min. 1,000 attempts)[32]

Lowest percentage of passes intercepted, season

FBS: 0.0% – Matt Blundin, Virginia, 1991 (150–349 attempts);[1] 0.70% – Kellen Moore, Boise State, 2009 (min. 350 attempts)[1]
FCS: 0.33% – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion, 2011 (175–324 attempts);[52] 0.78% – Pat Devlin, Delaware, 2010 (min. 325 attempts)[20]
Div II: 0.32% – Billy Cundiff, Ashland, 2009 (min. 300 attempts)[39]
Div III: 0.2% – Matt Behrendt, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2013 (min. 150 attempts)[12]

Most consecutive completions in a single game

FBS: 26 – Dominique Davis, East Carolina vs. Navy, Oct. 22, 2011[1]
FCS: 29 – Quinn Epperly, Princeton vs. Cornell, Nov. 2, 2013[53]
Div II: 20 – Scott Buisson, Arkansas–Monticello vs. Henderson State, Sep. 22, 2008; Todd Cunningham, Presbyterian vs. Wingate, Oct. 20, 1999; Chris Hatcher, Valdosta State vs. New Haven, Oct. 8, 1994; Rod Bockwoldt, Weber State vs. South Dakota State, Nov. 6, 1976[14]
Div III: 21 – Chris Edwards, Washington & Jefferson vs. Allegheny, Sep. 17, 2005[32]

Most consecutive completions in one or more games

FBS: 36 – Dominique Davis, East Carolina, last 10 attempts vs. Memphis, Oct. 15, 2011 and first 26 vs. Navy, Oct. 22, 2011[1]
FCS: Same as record for most consecutive completions in one game, above
Div II: 23 – Mike Ganey, Allegheny, last 16 attempts vs. Carnegie Mellon, Oct. 9, 1967 and first seven attempts vs. Oberlin, Oct. 16, 1967[14]
Div III: 29 – Chris Edwards, Washington & Jefferson. last eight attempts vs. Hanover, Sep. 10, 2005 and first 21 attempts vs. Allegheny, Sep. 17, 2005[32]

Receiving

Most receptions, career

FBS: 399 – Zay Jones, East Carolina, 2013–16[54]
FCS: 428 – Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, 2011–16[47]
Div II: 386 – Justin Bernard, Saint Anselm College 2010–14[39]
Div III: 463 – Michael Zweifel, Wisconsin–River Falls and University of Dubuque, 2007–11[12]

Most receptions, season

FBS: 158 – Zay Jones, East Carolina, 2013–16[54][55]
FCS: 136 – Erik Lora, Eastern Illinois, 2012[47]
Div II: 143 – Nick Smart, Southwest Baptist, 2007[39]
Div III: 140 – Michael Zweifel, Dubuque (IA), 2011[56]

Most receptions, game

FBS: 23 – Tyler Jones, Eastern Michigan vs. Central Michigan, Nov. 28, 2008; Randy Gatewood, UNLV vs. Idaho, Sep. 17, 1994[54]
FCS: 24 – Chas Gessner, Brown vs. Rhode Island, Oct. 5, 2002; Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley vs. Southern, Oct. 1, 1983[47]
Div II: 23 – Mitchell Shegos, Notre Dame (OH) vs. Glenville State, Oct. 25, 2014 ; Chris George, Glenville State vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, Oct. 15, 1994; Barry Wagner, Alabama A&M vs. Clark Atlanta, Nov. 4, 1989[39]
Div III: 25 – Daniel Passafiume, Hanover vs. Franklin, Nov. 15, 2009[56]

Most consecutive games with a reception

FBS: 54 – Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan, 2006–09[54]
FCS: 52 – Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, 2013–2016[57]
Div II: 50 – Mike Washington, West Chester, 2005–08[39]
Div III: 50 – Fritz Waldvogel, St. Thomas (MN), 2008–11[12]

Most yards receiving, career

FBS: 5,278 – Corey Davis, Western Michigan, 2013-16[58]
FCS: 6,464 – Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, 2013–16[59]
Div II: 4,983 – Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998–2001[39]
Div III: 6,108 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[56]

Most yards receiving, season

FBS: 2,060 – Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1999[54]
FCS: 1,850 – Brandon Kaufman, Eastern Washington, 2012[60]
Div II: 1,876 – Chris George, Glenville State, 1993[39]
Div III: 2,157 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1998[56]

Most yards receiving by a tight end, season

FBS: 1,352 – Jace Amaro, Texas Tech, 2013[61]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III: 1,290 – Don Moehling, Wisconsin–Stevens Point, 1988[12]

Most yards receiving, game

FBS: 405 – Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech vs. Nebraska, Aug. 29, 1998[54]
FCS: 376 – Kassim Osgood, Cal Poly vs. Northern Iowa, Nov. 4, 2000[47]
Div II: 425 – Trey McVay, Northeastern State vs. Harding, Oct. 15, 2011[62]
Div III: 418 – Lewis Howes, Principia vs. Martin Luther, Oct. 12, 2002[56]

Highest receiving yards per game, career

FBS: 140.9 – Alex Van Dyke, Nevada, 1994–95[54]
FCS: 124.3 – Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, 2013–16[63][47]
Div II: 160.8 – Chris George, Glenville State, 1993–94[39]
Div III: 156.6 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[56]

Highest receiving yards per game, season

FBS: 187.3 – Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1999[54]
FCS: 168.2 – Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley, 1984[47]
Div II: 187.6 – Chris George, Glenville State, 1993[39]
Div III: 215.7 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1998[56]

Most games with 100 yards receiving, career

FBS: 27 - Corey Davis, Western Michigan, 2013–16[54]
FCS: 29 – Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, 2013–16[64]
Div II: 30 - Patrick Ondis Briley, Langston, 82-85
Div III:

Most receiving touchdowns, career

FBS: 60 – Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005–08[65]
FCS: 73 – Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington University, 2013–16[66]
Div II: 78 – Dallas Mall, Bentley, 2001–04[67]
Div III: 75 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[56]

Most receiving touchdowns, season

FBS: 27 – Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, 1998[65]
FCS: 27 – Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley, 1984[64]
Div II: 35 – David Kircus, Grand Valley State, 2002[67]
Div III: 26 – Jack Phelan, Hartwick, 2008; Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1998[56]

Most receiving touchdowns, game

FBS: 7 – Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma State vs. SMU, Sep. 20, 2003[65]
FCS: 6 – Cos DeMatteo, Chattanooga vs. Mississippi Valley, Sep. 16, 2000[64]
Div II: 8 – Paul Zaeske, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[67]
Div III: 7 – Matt Perceval, Wesleyan (CT) vs. Middlebury, Sep. 26, 1998[56]

Scoring

Most touchdowns responsible for, career

FBS: 178 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[68]
FCS: 159 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling, 2001–05[11]
Div II: 161 – Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, 2003–06[3]
Div III: 168 – Justin Peery, Westminster (MO), 1996–99;[4] Kevin Burke, Mount Union, 2011–14[6]

Most touchdowns responsible for, season

FBS: 65 – Joe Burrow, Louisiana State, 2019[69]
FCS: 61 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[11]
Div II: 55 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000[3]
Div III: 61 – Brett Elliott, Linfield, 2004

Most touchdowns responsible for, game

FBS: 11 – David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 17, 1990[69]
FCS: 9 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley vs. Kentucky State, Sep. 1, 1984 and vs. Prairie View, Oct. 27, 1984; Drew Hubel, Portland State vs. Weber State, Oct. 27, 2007; Neil Lomax, Portland State vs. Delaware State, Nov. 8, 1980[3]
Div II: 10 – Bruce Swanson, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[3]
Div III:

Most points responsible for, career

FBS: 1,078 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[68]
FCS: 960 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling, 2001–05[11]
Div II: 966 – Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, 2003–06[3]
Div III:

Most points responsible for, season

FBS: 384 – Colt Brennan, Hawaii, 2006[69]
FCS: 368 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[11]
Div II: 330 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000[3]
Div III:

Most points responsible for, game

FBS: 66 – David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 17, 1990[69]
FCS: 56 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley vs. Kentucky State, Sep. 1, 1984[11]
Div II: 60 – Bruce Swanson, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[3]
Div III:

Most points scored by kicker, career

FBS: 494 – Zane Gonzalez, Arizona State, 2013–16 (492 kicking, 2 via two-point conversion)[70]
FCS: 407 – Dan Carpenter, Montana, 2004–07[71]
Div II: 420 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2002–05[72]
Div III: 383 – Mike Zimmerman, Mount Union, 2005–07[73]

Most points scored by kicker, season

FBS: 157 – Roberto Aguayo, Florida State, 2013[74]
FCS: 127 – Julian Rauch, Appalachian State, 2007; Jon Striefsky, Delaware, 2007[71]
Div II: 138 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2005[72]
Div III: 183 - Edward Ruhnke, Mount Union, 2014

Most points scored by kicker, game

FBS: 24 – Mike Prindle, Western Michigan vs. Marshall, Sep. 29, 1984;[74] Dominik Eberle, Utah State vs. New Mexico State, Sep. 8, 2018[75]
FCS: 24 – Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona vs. Idaho, Oct. 25, 1986[71]
Div II: 20 – Clarence Joseph, Central State (OH) vs. Kentucky State, Oct. 16, 1982[72]
Div III: 20 – Jim Hever, Rhodes vs. Millsaps, Sep. 22, 1984[73]

Most points scored by non-kicker, career

FBS: 530 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2012–15[76]
FCS: 544 – Brian Westbrook, Villanova, 1997–98, 2000–01[77]
Div II: 656 – Germaine Race, Pittsburg State, 2003–06[78]
Div III: 780 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2005–08[79]

Most points scored by non-kicker, season

FBS: 236 – Montee Ball, Wisconsin, 2011[29]
FCS: 234 – Omar Cuff, Delaware, 2007[77]
Div II: 228 – Xavier Omon, Northwest Missouri State, 2007; Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 2006[78]
Div III: 264 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2008[73]

Most points scored by non-kicker, game

FBS: 48 – Kalen Ballage, Arizona State vs. Texas Tech, Sep. 10, 2016;[80] Howard Griffith, Illinois vs. Southern Illinois, Sep. 22, 1990[81]
FCS: 42 – Omar Cuff, Delaware vs. William & Mary, Aug. 30, 2007; Jessie Burton, McNeese State vs. Southern Utah, Sep. 19, 1998; Archie Amerson, Northern Arizona vs. Weber State, Oct. 5, 1996[77]
Div II: 48 – Paul Zaeske, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968; Junior Wolf, Oklahoma Panhandle vs. St. Mary (KS), Nov. 8, 1958[78]
Div III: 48 – Carey Bender, Coe vs. Beloit, Nov. 12, 1994[79]

Defense

Interceptions

Most interceptions, career

FBS: 29 – Al Brosky, Illinois, 1950–52[82]
FCS: 31 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 1999–2003[64]
Div II: 37 – Tom Collins, Indianapolis, 1982–85[67]
Div III: 32 – Zach Autenrieb, Thomas More College (KY) 2009–12[73]

Most interceptions, season

FBS: 14 – Al Worley, Washington, 1968;[82] Gerod Holliman, Louisville, 2014[83]
FCS: 14 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 2002[64]
Div II: 14 – Seven times. Most recent: Dan Peters, Shepherd, 2006[67]
Div III: 15 – Ben Matthews, Bethel (MN), 2000; Mark Dorner, Juniata, 1987[73]

Most team interceptions, game

FBS: 10* – Oklahoma St. vs. Detroit, Nov. 28, 1942; UCLA vs. California, Oct. 21, 1978[84]
Div II: 11 – St. Cloud State College vs Bemidji, 1970. (5 by Bill Trewick, 3 by Mark Swedlund and 3 by Ted Lockett), Oct. 31. 1970.

*The NCAA lists two different records for team interceptions in a game. The listed record is for "Most passes intercepted by against a major-college opponent". The unrestricted "Most passes intercepted by" is held by Brown, with 11, in a game versus Rhode Island, Oct. 8, 1949.

Most interceptions, game

FBS: 5* – 4 times: Lee Cook, Oklahoma St. vs. Detroit, Nov. 28, 1942; Walt Pastuszak, Brown vs. Rhode Island, Oct. 8, 1949; Byron Beaver, Houston vs. Baylor, Sep. 22, 1962; Dan Rebsch, Miami (OH) vs. Western Mich., Nov. 4, 1972[85]
FCS: 5 – 3 times: Mark Cordes, Eastern Washington vs. Boise State, Sep. 6, 1986; Michael Richardson, Northwestern State vs. Southeastern Louisiana, Nov. 12, 1983; Karl Johnson, Jackson State vs. Grambling, Oct. 23, 1982[64]
Div II: 5 - 5 times: 4 times by Bill Trewick, (including St. Cloud State vs. Bemidji, Oct. 31, 1970), and most recently by Gary Evans, Truman vs. Missouri S&T, Oct. 18, 1975.[67]
Div III: 5 – 11 times. Most recent: James Patrick, Stillman vs. Edward Waters, Nov. 2, 2002[73]

*The NCAA record book includes a special note about 6 interceptions by Dick Miller (Akron) versus Baldwin-Wallace on Oct. 23, 1937 before the collection of division records.[85]

Tulane University lists 5 interceptions by Mitchell Price in a game versus Tennessee–Chattanooga September 3, 1988 which is not recognized as an official statistic by the NCAA.[86]

Consecutive games with an interception

FBS: 15 – Al Brosky, Illinois, Nov. 11, 1950 to Oct. 18, 1952[85]
FCS: 8 – Jamar Williams, Morgan State University, 1998–2001
Div II: 8 – Darin Nix, Missouri S&T, 1993–94[67]
Div III: 9 – Brent Sands, Cornell College, 1992[73]

Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, career

FBS: 5 – Darrent Williams, Oklahoma State, 2001–04; Deltha O'Neal, California, 1996–99; Ken Thomas, San Jose State, 1979–82; Jackie Walker, Tennessee, 1969–71[85]
FCS: 6 – William Hampton, Murray State, 1993–96,[64] Marcus Williams, North Dakota State 2010–13
Div II:
Div III:

Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, season

FBS: 4 – Deltha O'Neal, California, 1999[85]
FCS: 4 – William Hampton, Murray State, 1995; Joseph Vaughn, Cal State Northridge, 1994; Robert Turner, Jackson State, 1990[64]
Div II: 4 – Stevie Harden, Valdosta State, 2010; Quintez Smith, Shaw, 2009; Clay Blalack, UT Martin, 1976[67]
Div III: 4 – Phil Terio, Salve Regina, 2012[87]

Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, game

FBS: 3 – Johnnie Jackson, Houston vs. Texas, Nov. 7, 1987[85]
FCS: 2 – 23 times. Most recent: Taylor Reynolds, James Madison University vs. University of Richmond, Nov. 15, 2014
Div II:
Div III: 3 – Many times.[73]

Most interception return yards, career

FBS: 501 – Terrell Buckley, Florida State, 1989–91[85]
FCS: 682 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 1999–2002[64]
Div II: 528 – Pierre Thomas, Missouri Western State, 2000–03[67]
Div III: 448 – Todd Schoelzel, Wisconsin–Oshkosh, 1985–88[12]

Most interception return yards, season

FBS: 302 – Charles Phillips, Southern California, 1974[85]
FCS: 455 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 2002[64]
Div II: 362 – Pierre Thomas, Missouri Western State, 2003[67]
Div III: 358 – Rod Pesek, Whittier, 1987[73]

Most interception return yards, game

FBS: 182 – Ashley Lee, Virginia Tech vs. Vanderbilt, Nov. 12, 1983[85]
FCS: 216 – Keiron Bigby, Brown vs. Yale, Sep. 29, 1984[64]
Div II: 194 – Quintez Smith, Shaw vs. Elizabeth City State, Aug. 29, 2009[67]
Div III: 164 – Rick Conner, McDaniel vs. Dickinson, Oct. 15, 1983[73]

Tackles

Since the 1960 season

Most tackles, career

FBS: 662 – Mike Singletary, Baylor University 1977–80[82]
FCS: 570 – Ross Cochran, North Dakota, 2007-2011[88]
Div II: 633 – Connor Harris, Lindenwood, 2012–16
Div III: 712 – Keith LaDu, Oberlin, 1984-87[73]

Highest tackles per game average, career

Div II: 16.00 - Kevin Kilroy, Missouri Western, 1993-1996
FBS: 15.00 - Rick Razzano, Virginia Tech, 1974-1977
FBS: 14.00 – Luke Kuechly, Boston College, 2009–11[82]
FCS: 13.2 – Josh Cain, Chattanooga, 2000–02[71]
Div II: 13.95 – Jason Ocean, Livingstone, 2000–03[72]
Div III: 13.41 – Tavarski Wallace, Adrian, 2003–06[73]

Most tackles, season

FBS: 193*Lawrence Flugence, Texas Tech, 2002[82]
FCS: 195 – Kevin Talley, Norfolk State, 2003[89]
Div II: 169 – B. J. Russell, Mesa State, 2004[72]
Div III: 201 – Keith LaDu, Oberlin, 1986[73]

*Mike Singletary (Baylor) Recorded 232 tackles in 1978 but the NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000

Highest tackles per game average, season

FBS: 15.92* – Luke Kuechly, Boston College, 2011[82]
FCS: 16.3 – Boomer Grigsby, Illinois State, 2002; Kevin Talley, Norfolk State, 2003[71]
Div II: 15.9 – Allen Minus, Lincoln (MO), 2004[72]
Div III: 19.8 – Kyle McGivney, Luther, 2010[73]

*Joe Norman (Indiana) recorded 199 tackles in 11 games in 1978 for an 18.09 average, but the NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000.[90]

Most tackles, game

FBS: 30*Rick Razzano, Virginia Tech vs University of Kentucky, Sep. 15, 1977
FCS: 30 – Josh Cain, Chattanooga vs. Citadel, Nov. 3, 2001[71]
Div II: 30 - Kevin Kilroy, Missouri Western vs. Northwest Missouri, September 17, 1994
Div II: 30** – Shaun Maloney, Minnesota–Morris vs. Minnesota State Moorhead, Oct. 27, 2001[72]
Div III: 31 – Keith LaDu, Oberlin vs. Marietta, 1985[73]
  • Mike Singletary (Baylor) Recorded 35 tackles against Houston and 33 tackles against Arkansas in 1978 but the NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000
  • Lee Roy Jordan (University of Alabama) Recorded 31 tackles against Oklahoma University in the 1962 Orange Bowl, but the NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000
  • Larry Mertz - Kutztown University - Recorded 31 tackles against Clarion University in November 22, 1980 but NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000

Most solo tackles, career

FBS: 360 – Rod Davis, Southern Miss., 2000–03[82]
FCS: 325 – Boomer Grigsby, Illinois State, 2001–04[71]
Div II: 323 – Connor Harris, Lindenwood, 2012–16[72]
Div III: 302 – Kyle Follweiler, Wilkes, 2004–07[73]

Highest solo tackles per game average, career

Div II: 9.2 - Kevin Kilroy, Missouri Western, 1993-1996
FBS: 8.80 – E. J. Henderson, Maryland, 2000–02[82]
FCS: 8.00 – Josh Cain, Chattanooga, 2000–02[71]
Div II: 6.73 – Connor Harris, Lindenwood, 2012–16[72]
Div III: 7.35 – Casey McConnell, Kenyon, 2001–03[73]

Most solo tackles, season

FBS: 135* – E. J. Henderson, Maryland, 2002[82]
FCS: 113 – Josh Cain, Chattanooga, 2002[71]
Div II: 97 – Tyke Kozeal, University of Nebraska-Kearney, 2016[72]
Div III: 106 – Robert Gunn, Earlham, 2000[73]

*Joe Norman (Indiana) recorded 141 solo tackles in 1978, but the NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000.[90]

Highest solo tackles per game average, season

FBS: 10.20*Rick Sherrod, West Virginia, 2001[82]
FCS: 9.82 – Boomer Grigsby, Illinois State, 2002[71]
Div II: 8.81 – Tyke Kozeal, Nebraska–Kearney, 2016[72]
Div III: 10.6 – Robert Gunn, Earlham, 2000[73]

*Joe Norman (Indiana) recorded 141 solo tackles in 11 games in 1978 for a 12.81 average, but the NCAA did not begin collecting defensive statistics until 2000.[90]

Most solo tackles, game

FBS: 20 – Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State vs. North Texas, Nov. 26, 2005[82]
FCS: 21 – Dan Adams, Holy Cross, Oct. 22, 2005[71]
Div II: 19 – Eric Portley, Fayetteville State vs. N.C. Central, Oct. 8, 2005[72]
Div III: 21 – Tim Rotenberry, North Park vs. Millikin, Oct. 16, 2004;[73] Ryan Martin, Hanover College vs. Anderson (IN), Oct. 17, 2015[12]

Most tackles for loss, career

FBS: 75 – Khalil Mack, Buffalo, 2010–13, Jason Babin, Western Michigan, 2000–03[82]
FCS: 80 – James Cowser, Southern Utah, 2012-15[91]
Div II: 79.5 – Zachary Blair, UVA Wise, 2013-2016
Div III: 106½ – Steven Wilson, King's (PA), 2000–02[73]

Highest tackles for loss per game average, career

FBS: 1.92 – Sammy Brown, Houston, 2010-11[82]
FCS: 2.48 – Steve Baggs, Bethune-Cookman, 2002-03[71]
Div II: 2.58 – Charlie Cook, C.W. Post, 2000-01[72]
Div III: 3.33 – Steven Wilson, King’s (PA), 2000-02[73]

Most tackles for loss, season

FBS: 32 – Jason Babin, Western Michigan, 2003[82]
FCS: 36 – Steve Baggs, Bethune–Cookman, 2003[71]
Div II: 37 – Charlie Cook, C. W. Post, 2001[72]
Div III: 39 – Steven Wilson, King's (PA), 2002[73]

Highest tackles for loss per game average, season

FBS: 2.77 – Kenny Philpot, Eastern Michigan, 2001[82]
FCS: 3.00 – Steve Baggs, Bethune–Cookman, 2003[71]
Div II: 3.1 – Charlie Cook, C.W. Post, 2001[72]
Div III: 3.9 – Steven Wilson, King’s (PA), 2001[73]

Most tackles for loss, game

FBS: 8 – Nate Irving, North Carolina State vs. Wake Forest, Nov. 13, 2010[82]
FCS: 8 – Sherrod Coates, Western Kentucky vs. Indiana State, Oct. 26, 2002[71]
Div II: 9 – Darryl Wilson, Concord vs. West Virginia State, Oct. 8, 2005; Ron Ellington, Catawba vs. Mars Hill, Oct. 1, 2005[72]
Div III: 9½ – Ernest Wiggins, Husson vs. SUNY Maritime, Oct. 27, 2012[12]

Most sacks, career

FBS: 46*Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, 2000–02,[82] Javon Rolland-Jones, Arkansas State, 2014–17
FCS: 59 – James Cowser, Southern Utah, 2012–15[91]
Div II: 54.5 – Marcus Martin, Slippery Rock, 2014–17[72]
Div III: 53½ – Mike Czerwien, Waynesburg, 2002–04[73]

*Derrick Thomas (Alabama) and Tedy Bruschi (Arizona) each recorded 52 sacks, and Bruce Smith (Virginia Tech) recorded 46, but the NCAA did not start collecting official defensive statistics until 2000.[92][93]

Hugh Green — University of Pittsburgh 53 career sacks 77-80

Highest sacks per game average, career

FBS: 1.61 – Dwight Freeney, Syracuse, 2000–01[82]
FCS: 1.26 – Robert Mathis, Alabama A&M, 2000–02[71]
Div II: 1.42 – Charlie Cook, C.W. Post, 2000–01[72]
Div III: 1.53 – Steven Wilson, King's (PA), 2000–02[73]

Most sacks, season

FBS: 24*Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, 2002[82]
FCS: 21 – Chris McNeil, North Carolina A&T State, 1997
Div II: 20½ – Charlie Cook, C. W. Post, 2001[72]
Div III: 24 – Russ Watson, Worcester State, 2000[12]

*Derrick Thomas (Alabama) recorded 27 sacks in 1988, but the NCAA did not start collecting official defensive statistics until 2000.[94]

Highest sacks per game average, season

FBS: 1.71 – Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, 2002[82]
FCS: 1.89 – Andrew Hollingsworth, Towson, 2000[71]
Div II: 1.8 – Damien Gilyard, C.W. Post, 2004[72]
Div III: 2.7 – Russ Watson, Worcester State, 2000[73]

Most sacks, game

FBS: 6* – Ameer Ismail, Western Michigan vs. Ball State, Oct. 21, 2006; Elvis Dumervil, Louisville vs. Kentucky, Sep. 4, 2005[82]
FCS: 6 – Damien Huren, Southeastern Louisiana vs. Northern Colorado, Oct. 9, 2004;[71] Pat Dowd, University of Dayton vs. Drake University, Nov. 9, 2013
Div II: 7 – Ron Ellington, Catawba vs. Mars Hill, Oct. 1, 2005[72]
Div III: 7½ – Kevin McNamara, St. John's (MN) vs. Monmouth (IL), Nov. 19, 2005[12]

*Shay Muirbrook (BYU) recorded 6 sacks in the 1997 Cotton Bowl, but the NCAA did not start collecting official defensive statistics until 2000 and does not recognize bowl game statistics for any category prior to 2002.[95]

Special teams

Punting

Most punts, career

FBS: 337 – Alex Kinal, Wake Forest, 2012–15[65]
FCS: 301 – Barry Bowman, Louisiana Tech, 1983–86[64]
Div II: 328 – Dan Brown, Nicholls State, 1976–79[67]
Div III: 280 – Mark Diedrichsen, Rowan, 2013–16[12]

Most punts, season

FBS: 101 – Jim Bailey, VMI, 1969[65]
FCS: 117 – Tony Epperson, Weber State University, 2013[64]
Div II: 98 – John Tassi, Lincoln (MO), 1981[67]
Div III: 106 – Bob Blake, Wisconsin–Superior, 1977[56]

Most punts, game

FBS: 26 – Charlie Calhoun, Texas Tech vs. Centenary (LA), Nov. 11, 1939[65]
FCS: 16 – Matt Stover, Louisiana Tech vs. Louisiana–Monroe, Nov. 18, 1988[64]
Div II: 32 – Jan Jones, Sam Houston State vs. Texas A&M–Commerce, Nov. 2, 1946[67]
Div III: 17 – Jerry Williams, Frostburg State vs. Salisbury, Sep. 30, 1978[56]

Highest punting average, career

FBS: 46.3 – Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, 1991–94 (150–199 punts); 45.3 – Ryan Plackemeier, Wake Forest, 2002–05 (200–249 punts); 45.2 – Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor, 2003–06 (min. 250 punts)[65]
FCS: 44.8 – Mark Gould, Northern Arizona, 2000–03 (min. 150 punts)[77]
Div II: 44.9 – Jeff Williams, Adams State, 2002–05 (min. 100 punts)[67]
Div III: 43.4 – Jeff Shea, Cal Lutheran, 1994–97 (min. 100 punts)[56]

Highest punting average, season

FBS: 50.3 – Chad Kessler, LSU, 1997 (36–39 punts); 49.8 – Reggie Roby, Iowa, 1981 (40–49 punts); 51 – Braden Mann, Texas A&M, 2018 (50–74 punts); 46.6 – Bill Marinangel, Vanderbilt, 1996 (min. 75 punts)[65]
FCS: 48.2 – Mark Gould, Northern Arizona, 2002 (min. 60 punts)[64]
Div II: 49.1 – Steve Ecker, Shippensburg, 1965 (min. 20 punts); 48.0 – Jeff Williams, Adams State, 2004 (min. 40 punts)[67]
Div III: 46.2 – Ryan Anderson, Olivet, 2016 (min. 40 punts)[12]

Highest punting average, game

FBS: 60.8 - Braden Mann, Texas A&M vs. Alabama, Sep. 22, 2018[96] (5–9 punts); 53.6 – Jim Benien, Oklahoma State vs. Colorado, Nov. 13, 1971 (min. 10 punts)[65]
FCS: 61.5 – Eddie Johnson, Idaho State vs. Cal Poly, Nov. 16, 2002 (5–9 punts); 52.2 – Stuart Dodds, Montana State vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 20, 1979 (min. 10 punts)[64]
Div II: 57.5 – Tim Baer, Colorado Mines vs. Fort Lewis, Oct. 25, 1986 (min. 5 punts)[67]
Div III: 58.4 - Danny Breslow, Kumeyaay vs. Tierrasanta, Nov. 1, 1999 (min. 6 punts)

Most punting yards, career

FBS: 13,911 – Alex Kinal, Wake Forest, 2012–15[65]
FCS:
Div II: 10,780 - Jeff Williams, Adams State, 2002–2005 (min. 200 punts)[67]
Div III:

Most punting yards, season

FBS: 4,138 – Johnny Pingel, Michigan State, 1938[65]
FCS:
Div II: 3,686 - Luke Jones, New Mexico Highlands, 2016 (min. 70 punts)[67]
Div III: 4,026 - Danny Breslow, DePortola, 2002

Most punting yards, game

FBS: 1,318 – Charlie Calhoun, Texas Tech vs. Centenary (LA) Nov. 11, 1939[65]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Longest punt

FBS: 99 – Pat Brady, Nevada vs. Loyola Marymount, 1950[97]
FCS: 93 – Tyler Grogan, Northeastern vs. Villanova, September 8, 2001[64]
Div II: 97 – Earl Hurst, Emporia State. vs. Central Missouri, October 3, 1964[67]
Div III: 95 – Austin Baker, Hiedelberg University vs. John Carroll University, November 3, 2018

Punt returns

Highest average gain per return, career

Minimum of 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 23.6 – Jack Mitchell, Oklahoma, 1946–48 (39 for 922)[97]
FCS: 17.7 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2006–09[64]
Div II: 26.2 – Billy Johnson, Widener, 1971–72[67]
Div III: 22.9 – Keith Winston, Knoxville, 1986–87[56]

Highest average gain per return, season

Minimum of 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 28.5 – Maurice Jones-Drew, UCLA, 2005[97]
FCS: 26.5 – Curtis DeLoatch, North Carolina A&T, 2001[64]
Div II: 34.1 – Billy Johnson, Widener, 1972[67]
Div III: 31.2 – Chuck Downey, Stony Brook, 1986[56]

Highest average gain per return, game

FBS: 43.8 – Golden Richards, BYU vs. Texas, September 10, 1971 (min. 5 returns)[97]
FCS: 43.2 – Ricky Pearsall, Northern Arizona vs. Western New Mexico, August 29, 1996 (min. 5 returns)[64]
Div II: 66.3 – Billy Johnson, Widener vs. St. John's (NY), September 23, 1972 (min. 4 returns)[67]
Div III:

Most punts returned, career

FBS: 153 – Vai Sikahema, BYU, 1980–82, 1984–85[97]
FCS: 143 – Levander Segars, Montana, 2001–04[64]
Div II: 153 – Armin Anderson, UC Davis, 1983–85[67]
Div III: 134 – Marvin Deal, McDaniel, 1996–99[56]

Most punts returned, game

FBS: 20 – Milton Hill, Texas Tech vs. Centenary (LA), November 11, 1939[97]
FCS: 11 – Peter Athans, Sacred Heart vs. Siena, November 9, 2002[64]
Div II: 12 – David Nelson, Ferris State vs. Northern Michigan, October 2, 1993[67]
Div III: 10 – Ellis Wangelin, Wisconsin–River Falls vs. Wisconsin–Platteville, October 12, 1985[56]

Most punts returned, season

FBS: 57 – Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2002[97]
FCS: 55 – Tommy Houk, Murray State, 1980[64]
Div II: 61 – Armin Anderson, UC Davis, 1984[67]
Div III: 48 – Rick Bealer, Lycoming, 1989[56]

Most yards on punt returns, career

FBS: 1,762 – Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2000–03[97]
FCS: 1,668 – Marquay McDaniel, Hampton, 2002–05[64]
Div II: 1,760 – Anthony Merritt, North Alabama, 2003–06[67]
Div III: 1,550 – Joshua Carter, Muhlenberg, 1998–2001[56]

Most yards on punt returns, season

FBS: 791 – Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt, 1948[97]
FCS: 698 – Khris Gardin, North Carolina A&T, 2015[98]
Div II: 670 – Travis Lueck, North Dakota, 2003[67]
Div III: 688 – Melvin Dillard, Ferrum, 1990[56]

Most yards on punt returns, game

FBS: 277 – Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma vs. UCLA, Sep. 20, 2003[97]
FCS: 227 – Leonard Goolsby, South Carolina State vs. Norfolk State, Oct. 11, 2003[64]
Div II: 265 – Billy Johnson, Widener vs. St. John's (NY), Sep. 23, 1972[67]
Div III: 278 – P. J. Williams, Mary Hardin–Baylor vs. Mississippi College, Oct. 1, 2005[56]

Most touchdowns scored on punt returns, career

FBS: 9 — Dante Pettis, Washington, 2014–17[99]
FCS: 8 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2006–09[64]
Div II: 10 – James Rooths, Shepherd, 1997–2000[67]
Div III: 7 – Chuck Downey, Stony Brook, 1984–87[56]

Most touchdowns scored on punt returns, season

FBS: 6 - Ryan Switzer, North Carolina, 2013; Chad Owens, Hawaii, 2004[97]
FCS: 5 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2009; Curtis DeLoatch, North Carolina A&T, 2001[64]
Div II: 5 – James Rooths, Shepherd, 1998[67]
Div III: 5 – Chris McKinney, Guilford, 2001[56]

Most touchdowns scored on punt returns, game

FBS: 3 – Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma vs. UCLA, Sep. 20, 2003[97]
FCS: 3 – Zuriel Smith, Hampton vs. Virginia State, Sep. 22, 2001; Aaron Fix, Canisius vs. Siena, Sep. 24, 1994[64]
Div II: 3 – Virgil Seay, Troy vs. West Alabama, Sep. 29, 1979; Billy Johnson, Widener vs. St. John's (NY), Sep. 23, 1972; Bobby Ahu, Hawaii vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969;[67] Tom Shockley, Adams State vs. Colo Mines, Nov. 14, 1970
Div III: 3 – John Conroy, Otterbein vs. Heidelberg, Nov. 1, 2003[56]

Kickoff returns

Highest average gain per return, career

Minimum 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 35.1 – Anthony Davis, USC, 1972-74[97]
FCS: 30.5 – Scotty McGee, James Madison, 2006–09[64]
Div II: 34.0 – Glen Printers, Colorado State–Pueblo, 1973–74[78]
Div III: 34.2 – Darnell Williams, Louisiana College, 2010–11[12]

Highest average gain per return, season

Minimum 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 40.1 – Paul Allen, BYU, 1961[97]
FCS: 37.3 – David Fraterrigo, Canisius, 1993[64]
Div II: 41.7 – Richard Medlin, Fayetteville State, 2008[78]
Div III: 48.5 – Darnell Williams, Louisiana College, 2010[56]

Most kickoff returns, career

FBS: 144 – Troy Stoudermire, Minnesota, 2009–12[97]
FCS: 191 – Terrence Holt, Austin Peay, 2007–10[64]
Div II: 133 – Zack Page, Fairmont State, 2007–10[67]
Div III: 132 – Chris Schubert, Oberlin, 2004–07[79]

Most kickoff returns, season

FBS: 75 – Isaiah Burse, Fresno State, 2011[97]
FCS: 52 – Terrence Holt, Austin Peay, 2009[64]
Div II: 49 – Jason Washington, Pace, 2010[67]
Div III: 54 – Jake Wilson, Allegheny, 2016[12]

Most kickoff returns, game

FBS: 12 – Victor Bolden, Oregon State vs. Washington, Nov. 23, 2013[97]
FCS: 12 – Eric Slenk, Valparaiso vs. Jacksonville, Oct. 16, 2010[64]
Div II: 12 – Johnny Cox, Fort Lewis vs. Mesa State, Nov. 3, 1990[67]
Div III: 14 – Arlie Myers, Nebraska Wesleyan vs. Morningside, Sep. 12, 2015[12]

Most yards on kickoff returns, career

FBS: 3,615 – Troy Stoudermire, Minnesota, 2009–12[97]
FCS: 4,683 – Terrence Holt, Austin Peay, 2007–10[64]
Div II: 3,265 – Zack Page, Fairmont State, 2007–10[78]
Div III: 2,867 – Chris Schubert, Oberlin, 2004–07[56]

Most yards on kickoff returns, season

FBS: 1,606 – Isaiah Burse, Fresno State, 2011[97]
FCS: 1,411 – David Primus, Samford, 1989[64]
Div II: 1,234 – Justin Gallas, Colorado Mines, 2005[78]
Div III: 1,268 – Jake Wilson, Allegheny, 2016[12]

Most yards on kickoff returns, game

FBS: 319 – Leonard Johnson, Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State, Nov. 1, 2008[97]
FCS: 333 – Colby Goodwyn, Old Dominion vs. Cal Poly, Oct. 9, 2010[64]
Div II: 304 – L. J. McCray, Catawba vs. Tusculum, Nov. 6, 2010[67]
Div III: 334 – Rashad Sims, Millsaps vs. East Texas Baptist, Sep. 27, 2014[12]

Most touchdowns on kickoff returns, career

FBS: 7 – C. J. Spiller, Clemson, 2006–09; Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008–11;[97] Rashaad Penny, San Diego State University, 2014–17;[100] Tony Pollard, Memphis, 2016–18[101]
FCS: 6 – Jerome Mathis, Hampton, 2001–04[64]
Div II: 10– Stephan Neville, Stonehill, 2008–11; Dave Ludy, Winona State, 1991–94[78]
Div III: 10 – Larry Beavers, Wesley, 2004–05, 2007–08[79]

Most touchdowns on kickoff returns, season

FBS: 5 – Ashlan Davis, Tulsa, 2004[97]
FCS: 5 – Jerome Mathis, Hampton, 2004[64]
Div II: 4 – Stephan Neville, Stonehill, 2010; Andrew Jackson, Merrimack, 2005[78]
Div III: 5 – Larry Beavers, Wesley, 2008[79]

Most touchdowns on kickoff returns, game

FBS: 2 – 20 times. Most recent: Terrance Horne, USF vs. Georgia Tech, Sept. 8, 2018
FCS: 3 – Bashir Levingston, Eastern Washington vs. Sacramento State, Oct. 31, 1998[64]
Div II: 2 – Seven times. Most recent: L. J. McCray, Catawba vs. Tusculum, Nov. 6, 2010[78]
Div III: 2 – Many times. Most recent: Jamal Watkins, Birmingham–Southern vs. Huntingdon College, Sep. 12, 2015

Most touchdowns scored on combined kick returns, career

Minimum one punt return and one kickoff return

FBS: 8 – Seven times. Most recent: Rashaad Penny, San Diego State, 2014–17[102]
FCS: 11 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2006–09[77]
Div II: 11 – Stephan Neville, Stonehill, 2008–11;[103] Deante Steele, Shepherd, 2007–10[78]
Div III: 13 – Larry Beavers, Wesley, 2004–05, 07–08[79]

Field goals

Highest percentage of field goals made, career

FBS: 89.5% – Alex Henery, Nebraska, 2007–10 (min. 55 attempts)[97]
FCS: 82.0% – Juan Toro, Florida A&M, 1995–98 (min. 50 attempts)[71]
Div II: 80.8% – Jessup Pfeifer, Nebraska–Kearney, 2003–06 (min. 35 made)[72]
Div III: 78.9% – Jeff Schebler, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2006–09 (min. 50 attempts)[73]

Most field goals made, career

FBS: 96 - Zane Gonzalez, Arizona State, 2013–16[104]
FCS: 75 – Dan Carpenter, Montana, 2004–07[71]
Div II: 82 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2002–05[72]
Div III: 75 – Jeff Schebler, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2006–09[73]

Most field goals made, season

FBS: 31 – Billy Bennett, Georgia, 2003[97]
FCS: 29 – Adam Keller, North Dakota State, 2015
Div II: 30 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2005[72]
Div III: 27 – Edward Ruhnke, Mount Union, 2014[12]

Most field goals made, game

FBS: 7 – Dale Klein, Nebraska vs. Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985; Mike Prindle, Western Michigan vs. Marshall, Sep. 29, 1984[97]
FCS: 8 – Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona vs. Idaho, Oct. 25, 1986[71]
Div II: 6 – Austin Wellock, Ashland vs. Wayne State (MI), Oct. 5, 2002; Steve Huff, Central Missouri. vs. Southeast Missouri State, Nov. 2, 1985;[72] Cole Tracy, Assumption vs. LIU Post, Sep. 12, 2015;[105] Cole Tracy, Assumption vs. St. Anselm, Oct. 14, 2016[106]
Div III: 6 – Jim Hever, Rhodes vs. Millsaps, Sep. 22, 1984[73]

Most consecutive field goals made, career

FBS: 30 – Chuck Nelson, Washington, 1981–82[97]
FCS: 26 – Brian Mitchell, Northern Iowa, 1990–91[71]
Div II: 19 – Ryne Smith, University of West Alabama, 2011–12[107]
Div III:

Most consecutive field goals made, season

FBS: 25 – Chuck Nelson, Washington, 1982[97]
FCS: 27 - Alex Thompson, Cal Poly, 2009
Div II:
Div III:

Longest field goal made

FBS (with tee): 67 – Russell Erxleben, Texas vs. Rice, Oct. 1, 1977; Steve Little, Arkansas vs. Texas, Oct. 15, 1977; Joe Williams, Wichita State vs. Southern Illinois, Oct. 21, 1978[97]
FBS (without tee): 65 – Martin Gramatica, Kansas State vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 12, 1998[97]
FCS: 63 – Scott Roper, Arkansas State vs. North Texas, Nov. 7, 1987; Tim Foley, Georgia Southern vs. James Madison, Nov. 7, 1987; Bill Gramática, South Florida vs. Austin Peay, Nov. 18, 2000[108]
Div II: 67 – Tom Odle, Fort Hays State vs. Washburn, Nov. 5, 1988[109]
Div III: 62 – Dom Antonini, Rowan vs. Salisbury, Sep. 18, 1976; Matthew Aven, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps vs. California Lutheran University, Oct. 19, 2013[110]

Note: The longest field goal ever made in collegiate competition was 69 yards by Ove Johansson of Abilene Christian University, which at the time (1976) was competing as an NAIA, not an NCAA, school.

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