List of NCAA Division I FBS quarterbacks with at least 90 career passing touchdowns

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This lists quarterbacks in NCAA in Division I FBS and its predecessors who have passed for at least 90 touchdowns in their college football careers. Individuals who are expected to play in the 2015 season are indicated in bold type. Statistics are current through the end of the 2014 season.[1]

Rank[2] Player Team (seasons) Total passing touchdowns[3]
1 Case Keenum Houston (2007–2011) 155
2 Kellen Moore Boise State (2008–2011) 142
3 Graham Harrell Texas Tech (2005–2008) 134
4 Colt Brennan Hawaiʻi (2005–2007) 131
Rakeem Cato Marshall (2011–2014) 131
6 Landry Jones Oklahoma (2009–2012) 123
7 Ty Detmer BYU (1988–1991) 121
Aaron Murray Georgia (2010–2013) 121
9 Timmy Chang Hawaiʻi (2000–2004) 117
10 Matt Barkley USC (2009–2012) 116
11 Tim Rattay Louisiana Tech (1997–1999) 115
12 Danny Wuerffel Florida (1993–1996) 114
13 Derek Carr Fresno State (2009–2013) 113
14 Colt McCoy Texas (2006–2009) 112
15 Russell Wilson NC State (2008–2010), Wisconsin (2011) 109
16 Tajh Boyd Clemson (2010–2013) 107
17 Marcus Mariota Oregon (2012–2014) 105
18 Dan LeFevour Central Michigan (2006–2009) 102
19 Chase Daniel Missouri (2005–2008) 101
20 Chad Pennington Marshall (1997–1999) 100 ^
21 Chase Clement Rice (2005–2008) 99
Tim Hiller Western Michigan (2005, 2007–2009) 99
Matt Leinart USC (2002–2005) 99
24 Geno Smith West Virginia (2009–2012) 98
25 Trevor Vittatoe UTEP (2007–2010) 97
26 Kliff Kingsbury Texas Tech (1999–2002) 95
Brady Quinn Notre Dame (2003–2006) 95
Philip Rivers NC State (2000–2003) 95
29 Max Hall BYU (2007–2009) 94
30 Keith Wenning Ball State (2010–2013) 92
31 David Klingler Houston (1988–1991) 91
32 Connor Halliday Washington State (2011–2014) 90
Ryan Lindley San Diego State (2008–2011) 90
Todd Reesing Kansas (2006–2009) 90

^ Does not include 15 touchdown passes thrown when Marshall was competing in Division I-AA

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Career Leaders and Records for Passing Touchdowns. Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved October18, 2014. Note that several players are not included in the list; one notable example is Peyton Manning (89 career TDs). However, each individual player listed here has his own page on the site—for example, Manning's page can be found here.
  2. ^ Rank is as of the end of the 2014 season.
  3. ^ Total is as of the end of the 2014 season.
  4. ^ "Football Bowl Subdivision Records". National Collegiate Athletic Association. p. 32. Retrieved December 4, 2011.