List of NCAA Division I FBS players with at least 50 career rushing touchdowns

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This lists all players in NCAA in Division I FBS and its predecessors who have rushed for at least 50 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.

Rank[1] Player Team (seasons) Games played Total rushing touchdowns[2]
1 Montee Ball Wisconsin (2009–2012) 49 77
2 Travis Prentice Miami (OH) (1996–1999) 44 73
3 Ricky Williams Texas (1995–1998) 46 72
4 Anthony Thompson Indiana (1986–1989) 41 64
Cedric Benson Texas (2001–2004) 49 64
Keenan Reynolds (QB) Navy (2012–2014) 36 64
7 Ron Dayne Wisconsin (1996–1999) 43 63
8 Eric Crouch (QB) Nebraska (1998–2001) 43 59
Colin Kaepernick (QB) Nevada (2007–2010) 51 59
10 Ian Johnson Boise State (2005–2008) 49 58
11 Marshall Faulk San Diego State (1991–1993) 31 57
Tim Tebow (QB) Florida (2006–2009) 55 57
13 Steve Owens Oklahoma (1967–1969) 30 56
Ken Simonton Oregon State (1998–2001) 44 56
Collin Klein (QB) Kansas State (2009–2012) 48 56
16 Tony Dorsett Pittsburgh (1973–1976) 43 55
Chester Taylor Toledo (1998–2001) 42 55
DeAngelo Williams Memphis (2002–2005) 44 55
19 LaDainian Tomlinson TCU (1997–2000) 44 54
20 Dwone Hicks Middle Tennessee (1999–2002) 44 53
LaMichael James Oregon (2009–2011) 37 53
Bernard Pierce Temple (2009–2011) 35 53
Kenneth Dixon Louisiana Tech (2012–2014) 36 53
24 Chris Lemon Nevada (1996–1999) 44 52
LenDale White USC (2003–2005) 39 52
Garrett Wolfe Northern Illinois (2004–2006) 33 52
27 Pete Johnson Ohio State (1973–1976) 41 51
DonTrell Moore New Mexico (2002–2005) 48 51
Jahwan Edwards Ball State (2011–2014) 47 51
30 Ed Marinaro Cornell (1969–1971) 27 50
Brock Forsey Boise State (1999–2002) 47 50
Taurean Henderson Texas Tech (2002–2005) 51 50
Steve Slaton West Virginia (2005–2007) 36 50
DeMarco Murray Oklahoma (2007–2010) 50 50

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Rank is through the end of the 2014 season.
  2. ^ Total is through the end of the 2014 season.
  3. ^ "Football Bowl Subdivision Records". National Collegiate Athletic Association. p. 26. Retrieved September 24, 2013.