List of NCAA football records

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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

Offense[edit]

Total offense[edit]

Season yards per game[edit]

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[edit]

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: 14,231 – Jason Boltus, Hartwick, 2005–08, 13,276 passing, 955 rushing[4]

Season yards[edit]

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: 4,663 – Brett Elliott, Linfield, 2004, 4,595 passing, 68 rushing[4]

Single game yards[edit]

FBS: 751 – Connor Halliday, Washington State vs. California, Oct. 4, 2014, 734 passing, 17 rushing[6]
FCS: 791 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion vs. New Hampshire, Sep. 22, 2012, 730 passing, 61 rushing[7]
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[8]

Most games gaining 400 yards or more, season[edit]

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[edit]

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:

Rushing[edit]

Most rushes, career[edit]

FBS: 1,215 – Steve Bartalo, Colorado State, 1983–86, 4,813 yards[9]
FCS: 1,240 – Jordan Scott, Colgate, 2005–08, 5,621 yards[10]
Div II: 1,271 – Xavier Omon, Northwest Missouri State, 2004–07, 7,073 yards[3]
DIV III: 1,190 – Steve Tardif, Maine Maritime, 1996–99, 6,093 yards[4]

Most rushes, season[edit]

FBS: 450 – Kevin Smith, UCF, 2007, 2,567 yards[9]
FCS: 450 – Jamaal Branch, Colgate, 2003, 2,326 yards[10]
Div II: 385 – Joe Gough, Wayne State (MI), 1994, 1,593 yards[3]
Div III: 463 – Dante Washington, Carthage, 2004, 1990 yards[4]

Most rushes, game[edit]

FBS: 58 – Tony Sands, Kansas vs. Missouri, Nov. 23, 1991, 396 yards[9]
FCS: 56 – Arnold Mickens, Butler vs. Valparaiso, Oct. 8, 1994, 295 yards[10]
Div II: 62 – Nelson Edmonds, Northern Michigan vs. Wayne State, Oct. 26, 1991, 291 yards[3]
Div III: 59 – John Ortiz, King's (PA) vs. Albright, Sep. 24, 2005, 267 yards[4]

Most consecutive rushes without losing a fumble, career[edit]

FBS: 862 – Travis Prentice, Miami (OH), 1997–99[9]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Most consecutive rushes without losing a fumble, season[edit]

FBS: 365 – Travis Prentice, Miami (OH), 1998[9]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

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

FBS: 174.6 – Ed Marinaro, Cornell, 1969–71, 4,715 yards in 27 games[9]
FCS: 190.7 – Arnold Mickens, Butler, 1994–95, 3,813 in 20[10]
Div II: 183.4 – Anthony Gray, Western New Mexico, 1997–98, 3,484 in 19[11]
Div III: 187.1 – Tony Sutton, Wooster, 2002–04, 5,613 in 30[4]

Highest average rushing yards per game, season[edit]

FBS: 238.9 – Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 1988, 2,628 yards in 11 games[9]
FCS: 225.5 – Arnold Mickens, Butler, 1994, 2,255 in 10[10]
Div II: 222.0 – Anthony Gray, Western New Mexico, 1997, 2,220 in 10[11]
Div III: 238.5 – Dante Brown, Marietta, 1996, 2,385 in 10[4]

Most yards rushing, career[edit]

FBS: 6,397 – Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, 1996–99, 1,115 rushes[9]
FCS: 6,559 – Adrian Peterson, Georgia Southern, 1998–01, 996 rushes
Div II: 7,962 – Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 2004–07, 1,156 rushes[11]
Div III: 8,074 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2005–08, 1,189 rushes[4]

Most yards rushing, season[edit]

FBS: 2,628 – Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 1988, 450 rushes, 11 games[9]
FCS: 2,519 – Terrance West, Towson, 2013, 413 rushes, 16 games[10]
Div II: 2,756 – Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 2006, 344 rushes[11]
Div III: 2,790 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2008, 377 rushes[4]

Most yards rushing, game[edit]

FBS: 427 – Samaje Perine, Oklahoma vs. Kansas, Nov. 22, 2014, 34 rushes[12]
FCS: 437 – Maurice Hicks, North Carolina A&T vs. Morgan State, Oct. 6, 2001, 34 rushes[10]
Div II: 418 – Jarom Freeman, Southern Connecticut State vs. Bryant, Nov. 2, 2007, 34 rushes[11]
Div III: 465 – Cartel Brooks, Heidelberg vs. Baldwin Wallace, Nov. 16, 2013, 38 rushes[5]

Most rushing yards by a quarterback, career[edit]

FBS: 4,495 – Denard Robinson, Michigan, 2009–12, 723 rushes[13]
FCS: 4,852 – Matt Cannon, Southern Utah, 1997–2000, 674 rushes[10]
Div II: 5,128 – Shawn Graves, Wofford, 1989–92, 730 rushes[11]
Div III: 4,152 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2004–07, 633 rushes[4]

Most rushing yards by a quarterback, season[edit]

FBS: 1,881 – Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, 2013, 274 rushes[13]
FCS: 1,844 – Jayson Foster, Georgia Southern, 2007, 261 rushes[10]
Div II: 1,483 – Shawn Graves, Wofford, 1989, 241 rushes[11]
Div III: 1,941 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2006, 261 rushes[4]

Most rushing yards by a quarterback, game[edit]

FBS: 321 – Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois vs. Western Michigan, Nov. 26, 2013, 27 rushes[13]
FCS: 316 – Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern vs. Central Arkansas, Dec. 1, 2012, 34 rushes[10]
Div II: 323 – Shawn Graves, Wofford vs. Lenoir–Rhyne, Sep. 15, 1990, 23 rushes[11]
Div III: 342 – Matt Roe, Augustana (IL) vs. Wheaton (IL), Nov. 13, 2004, 44 rushes[4]

Most rushing touchdowns, career[edit]

FBS: 77 – Montee Ball, Wisconsin, 2009–12[14]
FCS: 84 – Adrian Peterson, Georgia Southern, 2004-06[15]
Div II: 107 – Germaine Race, Pittsburg State, 2003–06[11]
Div III: 125 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2005–08[4]

Most rushing touchdowns, season[edit]

FBS: 37 – Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, 1988, 11 games[16]
FCS: 41 - Terrance West, Towson University 2013, 16 games

Most rushing touchdowns, game[edit]

FBS: 8 – Howard Griffith, Illinois vs. Southern Illinois, Sep. 22, 1990[14]
FCS: 7 – Archie Amerson, Northern Arizona vs. Weber State, Oct. 5, 1996[15]
Div II: 8 – Junior Wolf, Oklahoma Panhandle vs. St. Mary (KS), Nov. 8, 1958[11]
Div III: 8 – Carey Bender, Coe vs. Beloit, Nov. 12, 1994[4]

Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, career[edit]

FBS: 61 (as of 11/28/2014) – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2012-2014, 35 games,[17]
FCS: 65 – Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State, 2006–09[15]
Div II: 72 – Shawn Graves, Wofford, 1989–92[11]
Div III: 70 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2004–06[4]

Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, season[edit]

FBS: 31 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy, 2013[18]
FCS: 27 – Chaz Williams, Georgia Southern, 2002[15]
Div II: 24 – Shawn Graves, Wofford, 1989[11]
Div III: 35 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, 2006, 12 games[4]

Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, game[edit]

FBS: 7 – Keenan Reynolds, Navy vs. San Jose State, Nov 22, 2013[19]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III: 7 – Chris Sharpe, Springfield, vs. St. John Fisher [20]

Most games with 100+ rushing yards, career[edit]

FBS: 34 – Archie Griffin, Ohio State, 1972–75
FCS: 36 consecutive, 40 overall (42 games)—Adrian Peterson, Ga. Southern, 1998-01 http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/football_records/DI/2010/2010FCS.pdf

Passing[edit]

Highest passing efficiency rating, career[edit]

FBS: 175.6 – Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, 2007–09 (min. 325 completions)[14]
FCS: 176.7 – Josh Johnson, San Diego, 2004–07 (min. 300 completions)[15]
Div II: 190.8 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000–01 (min. 375 completions)[11]
Div III: 197.4 – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2005–08 (min. 325 completions)[21]

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

FBS: 191.8 – Russell Wilson, Wisconsin, 2011[14]
FCS: 204.6 – Shawn Knight, William & Mary, 1993[15]
Div II: 210.1 – Boyd Crawford, Albertson, 1953[11]
Div III: 225.0 – Mike Simpson, Eureka, 1994[21]

Highest passing efficiency rating, game[edit]

FBS (min. 12 attempts): 403.4 – Tim Clifford, Indiana vs Colorado, 1980[14]
FBS (min. 25 attempts): 317.4 – Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo vs Buffalo, 2003[14]
FBS (min. 50 attempts): 248.0 – Geno Smith, West Virginia vs Baylor, 2012[14]
FCS: (min 15 attempts): 302.2 – Vernon Adams, Eastern Washington vs Montana State, 2013
Div II:
Div III:

Highest percentage of passes completed, game[edit]

FBS: 90.6% – Seth Doege, Texas Tech vs. New Mexico, Sep. 17, 2011 (min. 40 completions)[22][23]
FBS: 91.2% – Steve Sarkisian, BYU vs. Fresno State, November 25, 1995 (min. 30 completions)[22]
FBS: 95.8% – Tee Martin, Tennessee vs. South Carolina, Oct. 31, 1998 (min. 20 completions)[24]
FCS: 88.9% – Richie Williams, Appalachian State vs. Furman, Oct. 9, 2004 (min. 30 completions)[15]
FCS: 96.2% – Ricky Santos, New Hampshire vs. Northeastern, Oct. 22, 2005 (min. 20 completions)[15]
Div II: 90.0% – Lance Parker, Ouachita Baptist vs. Southwest Baptist, Oct. 25, 2008 (min. 35 completions)[25]
Div II: 96.0% – Zack Eskridge, Midwestern State vs. Texas A&M–Kingsville, Oct. 17, 2009 (min. 20 completions)[25]
Div III: 83.3% – Scott Driggers, Colorado College vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, Sep. 10, 1983 (min. 35 completions)[21]
Div III: 91.3% – Mitch Tanney, Monmouth (IL) vs. Knox, Nov. 5, 2005; Chris Esterley, St. Thomas (MN) vs. St. Olaf, Sep. 23, 1995 (min. 20 completions)[21]

Highest percentage of passes completed, career[edit]

FBS: 70.4% – Colt Brennan, Hawaiʻi, 2005–07 (minimum 875 attempts)[24]
FCS: 69.6% – Eric Sanders, Northern Iowa, 2004–07 (minimum 750 attempts)[15]
Div II: 72.7% – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000–01 (minimum 500 attempts)[25]
Div III: 74.1% – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2005–08 (minimum 750 attempts)[21]

Highest percentage of passes completed, season[edit]

FBS: 76.7% – Colt McCoy, Texas, 2008 (minimum 150 attempts)[24]
FCS: 75.2% – Eric Sanders, Northern Iowa, 2007 (minimum 200 attempts)[15]
Div II: 76.9% – Troy Weatherhead, Hillsdale, 2010 (minimum 250 attempts)[25]
Div III: 75.0% – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2008 (minimum 250 attempts)[21]

Most yards passing, career[edit]

FBS: 19,217 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[24]
FCS: 14,496 – Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1991–94[15]
Div II: 16,265 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13[5]
Div III: 14,249 – Alex Tanney, Monmouth (IL), 2007–11[26][27]

Most yards passing, season[edit]

FBS: 5,833 – B. J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003[24]
FCS: 5,076 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion, 2012[15]
Div II: 5,207 – Eric Czerniewski, Central Missouri, 2010[25]
Div III: 4,595 – Brett Elliott, Linfield, 2004[21]

Most yards passing, game[edit]

FBS: 734 – Connor Halliday, Washington State vs. California, Oct. 4, 2014[28]
FCS: 730 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion vs. New Hampshire, Sep. 22, 2012[7]
Div II: 695 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009[25]
Div III: 736 – Sam Durley, Eureka College vs. Knox College, Sep. 1, 2012[21]

Most yards passing per game, season[edit]

FBS: 467.3 – David Klingler, Houston, 1990[24]
FCS: 455.7 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[15]
Div II: 437.3 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 2009[25]
Div III: 450.1 – Justin Peery, Westminster (MO), 1998[21]

Most passes attempted, career[edit]

FBS: 2,436 – Timmy Chang, Hawaii, 2000–04[24]
FCS: 1,893 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2007–10[15]
Div II: 2,187 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13
Div III: 1,982 – Josh Vogelbach, Guilford, 2005–08[21]

Most passes attempted, season[edit]

FBS: 719 – B. J. Symons, Texas Tech, 2003[24]
FCS: 598 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2008[15]
Div II: 670 – Eric Czerniewski, Central Missouri, 2010[11]
Div III: 575 – Brett Dietz, Hanover, 2003[21]

Most passes attempted, game[edit]

FBS: 89 – Connor Halliday, Washington State vs. Oregon, October 19, 2013[24]
FCS: 85 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston State, Nov. 1, 2008[15]
Div II: 94 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009[11]
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[21]

Most passes completed, career[edit]

FBS: 1,546 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[24]
FCS: 1,184 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2007–10[15]
Div II: 1,397 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13[5]
Div III: 1,189 – Josh Vogelbach, Guilford, 2005–08[21]

Most passes completed, season[edit]

FBS: 512 – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007[24]
FCS: 385 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2009; Brett Gordon, Villanova, 2002[15]
Div II: 447 – Eric Czerniewski, Central Missouri, 2010[11]
Div III: 360 – Brett Dietz, Hanover, 2003[21]

Most passes completed, game[edit]

FBS: 58 – Andy Schmitt, Eastern Michigan vs. Central Michigan, Nov. 28, 2008[24]
FBS: 58 – Connor Halliday, Washington State vs. Oregon, Oct. 19, 2013[24]
FCS: 57 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston State, Nov. 1, 2008[15]
Div II: 64 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009[11]
Div III: 58 – Bryan Peterson, Whitworth vs. La Verne, Sep. 20, 2014 [29]

Most passes completed per game, career[edit]

FBS: 31.2 – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2005–08[24]
FCS: 26.9 – Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin, 2007–10[15]
Div II: 30.4 – Bo Cordell, Tusculum, 2009–13
Div III: 29.7 – Josh Vogelbach, Guilford, 2005–08[21]

Most passes completed per game, season[edit]

FBS: 39.4 – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2007[24]
FCS: 32.4 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[15]
Div II: 40.4 – J. J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 2009[11]
Div III: 32.9 – Justin Peery, Westminster (MO), 1999[21]

Most touchdown passes, career[edit]

FBS: 155 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[24]
FCS: 140 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling State, 2001–05[30]
Div II: 148 – Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, 2003–06[25]
Div III: 157 – Alex Tanney, Monmouth (IL), 2007–11[21][31]

Most touchdown passes, season[edit]

FBS: 58 – Colt Brennan, Hawaii, 2006[32]
FCS: 56 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling State, 2005; Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley State, 1984[30]
Div II: 54 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000[25]Zach Zulli, Shippensburg, 2012
Div III: 61 – Brett Elliott, Linfield, 2004[21]

Most touchdown passes, game[edit]

FBS: 11 – David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 7, 1990[24]
FCS: 9 – Drew Hubel, Portland State vs. Weber State, Oct. 27, 2007; Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley vs. Kentucky State, Sep. 1, 1984[30]
Div II: 10 – Bruce Swanson, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[25]
Div III: 9 – Joe Zarlinga, Ohio Northern vs. Capital, Nov. 14, 1998[21]

Most consecutive games throwing touchdown pass[edit]

FBS; 42 - Rakeem Cato, Marshall 2011-14
FCS: 42 – Dominic Randolph, Holy Cross, 2006–09[30]
Div II: 46 – Mike Reilly, Central Washington, 2005–08[25]
Div III: 40 – Bill Borchert, Mount Union, Sep. 10, 1994–Nov. 15, 1997[21]

Most passes intercepted, career[edit]

FBS: 80 – Timmy Chang, Hawaii, 2000–04[1]
FCS: 75 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1982–85[15]
Div II: 88 – Bob McLaughlin, Lock Haven, 1992–95[25]
Div III: 117 – Steve Hendry, Wisconsin–Superior, 1980–83[21]

Most passes intercepted, season[edit]

FBS: 34 – John Eckman, Wichita State, 1966[1]
FCS: 29 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1985[15]
Div II: 32 – Joe Stetser, Cal State Chico, 1967[25]
Div III: 43 – Steve Hendry, Wisconsin–Superior, 1982[21]

Most passes intercepted, game[edit]

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[15]
Div II: 9 – Pat Brennan, Franklin vs. Saginaw Valley, Sep. 24, 1983; Henry Schafer, Johns Hopkins vs. Haverford, Oct. 16, 1965[25]
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[21]

Most pass attempts without an interception, game[edit]

FBS: 77 – David Piland, Houston vs. Louisiana Tech, Sep. 8, 2012[1][33]
FCS: 79 – Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion vs. New Hampshire, Sep. 22, 2012[34]
Div II: 74 – Michael Pierce, St. Anselm vs. Stonehill, Oct. 24, 2009[25]
Div III: 82[29]Bryan Peterson, Whitworth (WA) vs. LaVerne, Sept. 20, 2014[21]

Most consecutive pass attempts without an interception[edit]

FBS: 444 – Colby Cameron, Louisiana Tech, 2011–12[1]
FCS: 342 – Jimmy Blanchard, Portland State, 1999[15]
Div II: 280 – Jesse Showerda, New Haven, 1996[25]
Div III: 305 – Brad Boyle, Coe, 2009[21]

Lowest percentage of passes intercepted, career[edit]

FBS: 1.28% – Billy Volek, Fresno State, 1997–99 (600–1,049 attempts);[1] 1.692% – Graham Harrell, Texas Tech, 2005–08 (min. 1,050 attempts)[1]
FCS: 1.41% – Josh Johnson, San Diego, 2004–07 (min. 750 attempts)[15]
Div II: 1.60% – Billy Cundiff, Ashland, 2006–09 (min. 1,000 attempts)[25]
Div III: 1.15% – Greg Micheli, Mount Union, 2005–08 (min. 750 attempts);[21] 1.47% – Bobby Swallow, Washington & Jefferson, 2005–08 (min. 1,000 attempts)[21]

Lowest percentage of passes intercepted, season[edit]

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);[35] 0.78% – Pat Devlin, Delaware, 2010 (min. 325 attempts)[15]
Div II: 0.32% – Billy Cundiff, Ashland, 2009 (min. 300 attempts)[25]
Div III: 0.29% – Brad Boyle, Coe, 2009 (min. 150 attempts)[21]

Most consecutive completions in a single game[edit]

FBS: 26 – Dominique Davis, East Carolina vs. Navy, Oct. 22, 2011[1]
FCS: 29 – Quinn Epperly, Princeton vs. Cornell, Nov. 2, 2013[36]
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[11]
Div III: 21 – Chris Edwards, Washington & Jefferson vs. Allegheny, Sep. 17, 2005[21]

Most consecutive completions in one or more games[edit]

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[11]
Div III: 29 – Chris Edwards, Washington & Jefferson. last eight attempts vs. Hanover, Sep. 10, 2005 and first 21 attempts vs. Allegheny, Sep. 17, 2005[21]

Receiving[edit]

Most receptions, career[edit]

FBS: 376+ – Justin Hardy, East Carolina University, 2010-present[37]
FCS: 395 – Terrell Hudgins, Elon, 2006–09[30]
Div II: 323 – Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998–2001[25]
Div III: 450 – Michael Zweifel, Dubuque (IA), 2007–11[38][39]

Most receptions, season[edit]

FBS: 155 – Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green, 2009[37]
FCS: 136 – Erik Lora, Eastern Illinois, 2012[30]
Div II: 143 – Nick Smart, Southwest Baptist, 2007[25]
Div III: 140 – Michael Zweifel, Dubuque (IA), 2011[38]

Most receptions, game[edit]

FBS: 23 – Tyler Jones, Eastern Michigan vs. Central Michigan, Nov. 28, 2008; Randy Gatewood, UNLV vs. Idaho, Sep. 17, 1994[37]
FCS: 24 – Chas Gessner, Brown vs. Rhode Island, Oct. 5, 2002; Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley vs. Southern, Oct. 1, 1983[30]
Div II: 23 – Chris George, Glenville State vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, Oct. 15, 1994; Barry Wagner, Alabama A&M vs. Clark Atlanta, Nov. 4, 1989[25]
Div III: 25 – Daniel Passafiume, Hanover vs. Franklin College, Nov. 15, 2009[38]

Most consecutive games with a reception[edit]

FBS: 54 – Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan, 2006–09[37]
FCS: 45 – Marcus Lee, Towson, 2005–08[30]
Div II: 50 – Mike Washington, West Chester, 2005–08[25]
Div III: 47 – Blake Elliott, St. John's (MN), 2000–03[38]

Most yards receiving, career[edit]

FBS: 5,005 – Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1996–99[37]
FCS: 5,250 – Terrell Hudgins, Elon, 2006–09[30]
Div II: 4,983 – Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998–2001[25]
Div III: 6,108 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[38]

Most yards receiving, season[edit]

FBS: 2,060 – Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1999[37]
FCS: 1,850 – Brandon Kaufman, Eastern Washington University, 2012[40]
Div II: 1,876 – Chris George, Glenville State, 1993[25]
Div III: 2,157 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1998[38]

Most yards receiving by a tight end, season[edit]

FBS: 1,352 - Jace Amaro, Texas Tech, 2013[41]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Most yards receiving, game[edit]

FBS: 405 – Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech vs. Nebraska, Aug. 29, 1998[37]
FCS: 376 – Kassim Osgood, Cal Poly vs. UNI, Nov. 4, 2000[30]
Div II: 401 – Kevin Ingram, West Chester, vs.
Div III: 418 – Lewis Howes, Principia vs. Martin Luther, Oct. 12, 2002[38]

Highest receiving yards per game, career[edit]

FBS: 140.9 – Alex Van Dyke, Nevada, 1994–95[37]
FCS: 116.7 – Terrell Hudgins, Elon, 2006–09[30]
Div II: 160.8 – Chris George, Glenville State, 1993–94[25]
Div III: 156.6 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[38]

Highest receiving yards per game, season[edit]

FBS: 187.3 – Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1999[37]
FCS: 168.2 – Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley, 1984[30]
Div II: 187.6 – Chris George, Glenville State, 1993[25]
Div III: 215.7 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1998[38]

Most games with 100 yards receiving, career[edit]

FBS: 26 – Trevor Insley, Nevada, 1996–99[37]
FCS: 28 – Terrell Hudgins, Elon, 2006–09[42]
Div II:
Div III:

Most receiving touchdowns, career[edit]

FBS: 60 – Jarett Dillard, Rice, 2005–08[43]
FCS: 58 – David Ball, New Hampshire, 2003–06[42]
Div II: 78 – Dallas Mall, Bentley, 2001–04[44]
Div III: 75 – Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[38]

Most receiving touchdowns, season[edit]

FBS: 27 – Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, 1998[43]
FCS: 27 – Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley, 1984[42]
Div II: 35 – David Kircus, Grand Valley State, 2002[44]
Div III: 26 – Jack Phelan, Hartwick, 2008; Scott Pingel, Westminster (MO), 1998[38]

Most receiving touchdowns, game[edit]

FBS: 7 – Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma State vs. SMU, Sep. 20, 2003[43]
FCS: 6 – Cos DeMatteo, Chattanooga vs. Mississippi Valley, Sep. 16, 2000[42]
Div II: 8 – Paul Zaeske, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[44]
Div III: 7 – Matt Perceval, Wesleyan (CT) vs. Middlebury, Sep. 26, 1998[38]

Scoring[edit]

Most touchdowns responsible for, career[edit]

FBS: 178 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[45]
FCS: 159 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling, 2001–05[10]
Div II: 161 – Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, 2003–06[3]
Div III: 166 – Justin Peery, Westminster (MO), 1996–99[4]

Most touchdowns, season[edit]

FBS: 63 – Colt Brennan, Hawaii, 2006[46]
FCS: 61 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[10]
Div II: 55 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000[3]
Div III: 61 – Brett Elliott, Linfield, 2004

Most touchdowns, game[edit]

FBS: 11 – David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 17, 1990[46]
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, career[edit]

FBS: 1,078 – Case Keenum, Houston, 2007–11[45]
FCS: 960 – Bruce Eugene, Grambling, 2001–05[10]
Div II: 966 – Jimmy Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg, 2003–06[3]
Div III:

Most points responsible, season[edit]

FBS: 384 – Colt Brennan, Hawaii, 2006[46]
FCS: 368 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley, 1984[10]
Div II: 330 – Dusty Bonner, Valdosta State, 2000[3]
Div III:

Most points responsible, game[edit]

FBS: 66 – David Klingler, Houston vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 17, 1990[46]
FCS: 56 – Willie Totten, Mississippi Valley vs. Kentucky State, Sep. 1, 1984[10]
Div II: 60 – Bruce Swanson, North Park vs. North Central (IL), Oct. 12, 1968[3]
Div III:

Most points scored by kicker, career[edit]

FBS: 459 – Dustin Hopkins, Florida State, 2009–12[47]
FCS: 407 – Dan Carpenter, Montana, 2004–07[48]
D II: 420 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2002–05[49]
D III: 383 – Mike Zimmerman, Mount Union, 2005–07[50]

Most points scored by kicker, season[edit]

FBS: 150 – Roberto Aguayo, Florida State, 2013[47]
FCS: 127 – Julian Rauch, Appalachian State, 2007; Jon Striefsky, Delaware, 2007[48]
Div II: 138 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2005[49]
Div III: 148 – Mike Zimmerman, Mount Union, 2007[50]

Most points scored by kicker, game[edit]

FBS: 24 – Mike Prindle, Western Michigan vs. Marshall, Sep. 29, 1984[47]
FCS: 24 – Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona vs. Idaho, Oct. 25, 1986[48]
Div II: 20 – Clarence Joseph, Central State (OH) vs. Kentucky State, Oct. 16, 1982[49]
Div III: 20 – Jim Hever, Rhodes vs. Millsaps, Sep. 22, 1984[50]

Most points scored by non-kicker, career[edit]

FBS: 500 – Montee Ball, Wisconsin, 2009–12[51][52]
FCS: 544 – Brian Westbrook, Villanova, 1997–98, 2000–01[53]
Div II: 656 – Germaine Race, Pittsburg State, 2003–06[54]
Div III: 780 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2005–08[55]

Most points scored by non-kicker, season[edit]

FBS: 236 – Montee Ball, Wisconsin, 2011[56]
FCS: 234 – Omar Cuff, Delaware, 2007[53]
Div II: 228 – Xavier Omon, Northwest Missouri State, 2007; Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 2006[54]
Div III: 264 – Nate Kmic, Mount Union, 2008[50]

Most points scored by non-kicker, game[edit]

FBS: 48 – Howard Griffith, Illinois vs. Southern Illinois, Sep. 22, 1990[57]
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[53]
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[54]
Div III: 48 – Carey Bender, Coe vs. Beloit, Nov. 12, 1994[55]

Defense[edit]

Interceptions[edit]

Most interceptions, career[edit]

FBS: 29 – Al Brosky, Illinois, 1950–52[58]
FCS: 31 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 1999–2003[42]
Div II: 37 – Tom Collins, Indianapolis, 1982–85[44]
Div III: 32 – Zach Autenrieb, Thomas More College (KY) 2009–12 [50]

Most interceptions, season[edit]

FBS: 14 – Al Worley, Washington, 1968;[58] Gerod Holliman, Louisville, 2014[59]
FCS: 14 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 2002[42]
Div II: 14 – Seven times. Most recent: Dan Peters, Shepherd, 2006[44]
Div III: 15 – Ben Matthews, Bethel (MN), 2000; Mark Dorner, Juniata, 1987[50]

Most team interceptions, game[edit]

FBS: 7 - Air Force Academy vs San Diego State, 2003. 1 by Chris Sutton, 1 by Joel Kurzdorfer, 1 by Dennis Poland, 1 by Cole Marton, 1 by Larry Duncan, 1 by Sean Rodgers, 1 by Jeff Overstreet. Nov. 22. 2003.
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.

Most interceptions, game[edit]

FBS: 5 – Five times. Most recent: Mitchell Price, Tulane vs. Tennessee–Chattanooga, Sep. 3, 1988[58][60]
FCS: 5 – 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[42]
Div II: 5 – Five times. Most recent: Gary Evans, Truman vs. Missouri S&T, Oct. 18, 1975.[44] Five times by Bill Trewick of St. Cloud State College on Oct 31, 1970 vs Bemidji.
Div III: 5 – 11 times. Most recent: James Patrick, Stillman vs. Edward Waters, Nov. 2, 2002[50]

Consecutive games with an interception[edit]

FBS: 15 – Al Brosky, Illinois, Nov. 11, 1950 to Oct. 18, 1952[58]
FCS: 8 – Jamar Williams, Morgan State University, 1998–01
Div II: 8 – Darin Nix, Missouri S&T, 1993–94[44]
Div III: 9 – Brent Sands, Cornell College, 1992[50]

Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, career[edit]

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[58]
FCS: 6 – Tie: William Hampton, Murray State, 1993–96,[42] Marcus Williams, North Dakota State 2010–13
Div II:
Div III:

Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, season[edit]

FBS: 4 – Deltha O'Neal, California, 1999[58]
FCS: 4 – William Hampton, Murray State, 1995; Joseph Vaughn, Cal State Northridge, 1994; Robert Turner, Jackson State, 1990[42]
Div II: 4 – Stevie Harden, Valdosta State, 2010; Quintez Smith, Shaw, 2009; Clay Blalack, UT Martin, 1976[44]
Div III: 4 – Phil Terio, Salve Regina, 2012 [61]

Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, game[edit]

FBS: 3 – Johnnie Jackson, Houston vs. Texas, Nov. 7, 1987[58]
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.[50]

Most interception return yards, career[edit]

FBS: 501 – Terrell Buckley, Florida State, 1989–91[58]
FCS: 682 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 1999–2002[42]
Div II: 528 – Pierre Thomas, Missouri Western State, 2000–03[44]
Div III: 443 – Mark Dorner, Juniata, 1984–87[62]

Most interception return yards, season[edit]

FBS: 302 – Charles Phillips, Southern California, 1974[58]
FCS: 455 – Rashean Mathis, Bethune–Cookman, 2002[42]
Div II: 362 – Pierre Thomas, Missouri Western State, 2003[44]
Div III: 358 – Rod Pesek, Whittier, 1987[50]

Most interception return yards, game[edit]

FBS: 182 – Ashley Lee, Virginia Tech vs. Vanderbilt, Nov. 12, 1983[58]
FCS: 216 – Keiron Bigby, Brown vs. Yale, Sep. 29, 1984[42]
Div II: 194 – Quintez Smith, Shaw vs. Elizabeth City State, Aug. 29, 2009[44]
Div III: 164 – Rick Conner, McDaniel vs. Dickinson, Oct. 15, 1983[50]

Tackles[edit]

Since the 2000 season

Most tackles, career[edit]

FBS: 545 – Tim McGarigle, Northwestern, 2002–05[47]
FCS: 550 – Boomer Grigsby, Illinois State, 2001–04[48]
Div II: 517 – Deric Sieck, Winona State, 2000–03[49]
Div III: 531 – Casey McConnell, Kenyon, 2001–03, 05[50]

Most tackles, season[edit]

FBS: 193 – Lawrence Flugence, Texas Tech, 2002[47]
FCS: 195 – Kevin Talley, Norfolk State, 2003[63]
Div II: 169 – B. J. Russell, Mesa State, 2004[49]
Div III: 198 – Kyle McGivney, Luther, 2010[50]
NAIA: 194 Takari Johnson, Concordia Ann Arbor, 2014

Most tackles, game[edit]

FBS: 26 – Bob Crable, Notre Dame vs. Clemson, November 17, 1979; Bryce Hudman, SMU vs. Arkansas State, Sep. 15, 2007; Doug Szymul, Northwestern vs. Navy, Sep. 21, 2002; Brian Leigeb, Central Michigan vs. Northern Illinois, Nov. 17, 2000[47]
FCS: 30 – Josh Cain, Chattanooga vs. Citadel, Nov. 3, 2001[48]
Div II: 30 – Shaun Maloney, Minnesota–Morris vs. Minnesota State Moorhead, Oct. 27, 2001[49]
Div III: 30 – Bryan Meuse, Nichols vs. Endicott, Oct. 29, 2005[50]
NAIA: 27 - Takari Johnson, Concordia Ann Arbor vs. Anderson University, 2014

Most solo tackles, career[edit]

FBS: 360 – Rod Davis, Southern Miss., 2000–03[47]
FCS: 325 – Boomer Grigsby, Illinois State, 2001–04[48]
Div II: 275 – Deric Sieck, Winona State, 2000–03[49]
Div III: 302 – Kyle Follweiler, Wilkes, 2004–07[50]

Most solo tackles, season[edit]

FBS: 135 – E. J. Henderson, Maryland, 2002[47]
FCS: 113 – Josh Cain, Chattanooga, 2002[48]
Div II: 95 – Digger Anderson, North Dakota, 2003[49]
Div III: 106 – Robert Gunn, Earlham, 2000[50]

Most solo tackles, game[edit]

FBS: 20 – Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State vs. North Texas, Nov. 26, 2005[47]
FCS: 21 – Dan Adams, Holy Cross, Oct. 22, 2005[48]
Div II: 19 – Eric Portley, Fayetteville State vs. N.C. Central, Oct. 8, 2005[49]
Div III: 21 – Tim Rotenberry, North Park vs. Millikin, Oct. 16, 2004[50]
NAIA: 17- Takari Johnson, Concordia Ann Arbor, 2014

Most tackles for loss, career[edit]

FBS: 75 – Khalil Mack, Buffalo, 2010–13,[64] Jason Babin, Western Michigan, 2000–03[65]
FCS: 71 – Keith Pough, Howard University, 2009-12[48]
Div II: 77 – Andre Bernardi, North Greenville, 2006–09[49]
Div III: 106½ – Steven Wilson, King's (PA), 2000–02[50]

Most tackles for loss, season[edit]

FBS: 32 – Jason Babin, Western Michigan, 2003[65]
FCS: 36 – Steve Baggs, Bethune–Cookman, 2003[48]
Div II: 37 – Charlie Cook, C. W. Post, 2001[49]
Div III: 39 – Steven Wilson, King's (PA), 2002[50]
NAIA: 39.5- Takari Johnson, Concordia Ann Arbor, 2014

Most tackles for loss, game[edit]

FBS: 8 – Nate Irving, North Carolina State vs. Wake Forest, Nov. 13, 2010[65]
FCS: 8 – Sherrod Coates, Western Kentucky vs. Indiana State, Oct. 26, 2002[48]
Div II: 9 – Darryl Wilson, Concord vs. West Virginia State, Oct. 8, 2005; Ron Ellington, Catawba vs. Mars Hill, Oct. 1, 2005[49]
Div III: 8½ – Kevin McNamara, St. John's (MN) vs. Monmouth (IL), Nov. 19, 2005[50]

Most sacks, career[edit]

FBS: 44 – Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, 2000–02[65]
FCS: 42 – Chris Gocong, Cal Poly, 2001, 2003–05[48]
Div II: 46 – Marc Schiechl, Colorado Mines, 2007–10[49]
Div III: 53½ – Mike Czerwien, Waynesburg University, 2002–04[50]

* Derrick Thomas (Alabama) recorded 52 sacks, but the NCAA did not start collecting official defensive statistics until 2000.[66]

Most sacks, season[edit]

FBS: 24 * – Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, 2002[65]
FCS: 23½ – Chris Gocong, Cal Poly, 2005[48]
Div II: 20½ – Charlie Cook, C. W. Post, 2001[49]
Div III: 39 – Steven Wilson, King's (PA), 2002[50]

* Derrick Thomas (Alabama) recorded 27 sacks in 1988, but the NCAA did not start collecting official defensive statistics until 2000.[67]

Most sacks, game[edit]

FBS: 6 – Ameer Ismail, Western Michigan vs. Ball State, Oct. 21, 2006; Elvis Dumervil, Louisville vs. Kentucky, Sep. 4, 2005[65]
FCS: 6 – Damien Huren, Southeastern Louisiana vs. Northern Colorado, Oct. 9, 2004;[48] Pat Dowd, University of Dayton vs. Drake University, Nov. 9, 2013
Div II: 7 – Ron Ellington, Catawba vs. Mars Hill, Oct. 1, 2005[49]
Div III: 8½ – Kevin McNamara, St. John's (MN) vs. Monmouth (IL), Nov. 19, 2005[50]

* Shay Muirbrook (BYU) recorded 6 sacks in the 1997 Cotton Bowl, but the NCAA did not start collecting official defensive statistics until 2000.[68]

Special teams[edit]

Punting[edit]

Most punts, career[edit]

FBS: 322 – Nick Harris, California, 1997–2000[43]
FCS: 301 – Barry Bowman, Louisiana Tech, 1983–86[42]
Div II: 328 – Dan Brown, Nicholls State, 1976–79[44]
Div III: 264 – Gary Sheplavy, Hiram, 2004–07[38]

Most punts, season[edit]

FBS: 101 – Jim Bailey, VMI, 1969[43]
FCS: 98 – Barry Hickingbotham, Louisiana Tech, 1987[42]
Div II: 98 – John Tassi, Lincoln (MO), 1981[44]
Div III: 106 – Bob Blake, Wisconsin–Superior, 1977[38]

Most punts, game[edit]

FBS: 36 – Charlie Calhoun, Texas Tech vs. Centenary (LA), Nov. 11, 1939[43]
FCS: 16 – Matt Stover, Louisiana Tech vs. Louisiana–Monroe, Nov. 18, 1988[42]
Div II: 32 – Jan Jones, Sam Houston State vs. Texas A&M–Commerce, Nov. 2, 1946[44]
Div III: 17 – Jerry Williams, Frostburg State vs. Salisbury, Sep. 30, 1978[38]

Highest punting average, career[edit]

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)[43]
FCS: 44.8 – Mark Gould, Northern Arizona, 2000–03 (min. 150 punts)[53]
Div II: 44.9 – Jeff Williams, Adams State, 2002–05 (min. 100 punts)[44]
Div III: 43.4 – Jeff Shea, Cal Lutheran, 1994–97 (min. 100 punts)[38]

Highest punting average, season[edit]

FBS: 50.3 – Chad Kessler, LSU, 1997 (36–39 punts); 49.8 – Reggie Roby, Iowa, 1981 (40–49 punts); 48.4 – Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia, 1994 (50–74 punts); 46.6 – Bill Marinangel, Vanderbilt, 1996 (min. 75 punts)[43]
FCS: 48.2 – Mark Gould, Northern Arizona, 2002 (min. 60 punts)[42]
Div II: 49.1 – Steve Ecker, Shippensburg, 1965 (min. 20 punts); 48.0 – Jeff Williams, Adams State, 2004 (min. 40 punts)[44]
Div III: 45.5 – Justin Shively, Anderson (IN), 1997 (min. 40 punts)[38]

Highest punting average, game[edit]

FBS: 60.4 – Lee Johnson, BYU vs. Wyoming, Oct. 8, 1983 (5–9 punts); 53.6 – Jim Benien, Oklahoma State vs. Colorado, Nov. 13, 1971 (min. 10 punts)[43]
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)[42]
Div II: 57.5 – Tim Baer, Colorado Mines vs. Fort Lewis, Oct. 25, 1986 (min. 5 punts)[44]
Div III:

Most punting yards, career[edit]

FBS: 13,621 – Nick Harris, California, 1997–2000[43]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Most punting yards, season[edit]

FBS: 4,138 – Johnny Pingel, Michigan State, 1938[43]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Most punting yards, game[edit]

FBS: 1,318 – Charlie Calhoun, Texas Tech vs. Centenary (LA) Nov. 11, 1939[43]
FCS:
Div II:
Div III:

Longest punt[edit]

FBS: 99 – Pat Brady, Nevada vs. Loyola Marymount, 1950[58]
FCS: 93 – Tyler Grogan, Northeastern vs. Villanova, Sep. 8, 2001[42]
Div II: 97 – Earl Hurst, Emporia State. vs. Central Missouri, Oct. 3, 1964[44]
Div III: 90 – Sean Lipscomb, Redlands vs. Pomona–Pitzer, Oct. 5, 2002; Dan Heeren, Coe vs. Lawrence, Oct. 12, 1974[38]

Punt returns[edit]

Highest average gain per return, career[edit]

Minimum of 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 23.6 – Jack Mitchell, Oklahoma, 1946–48 (39 for 922)[58]
FCS: 17.7 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2006–09[42]
Div II: 26.2 – Billy Johnson, Widener, 1971–72[44]
Div III: 22.9 – Keith Winston, Knoxville, 1986–87[38]

Highest average gain per return, season[edit]

Minimum of 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 28.5 – Maurice Jones-Drew, UCLA, 2005[58]
FCS: 26.5 – Curtis DeLoatch, North Carolina A&T, 2001[42]
Div II: 34.1 – Billy Johnson, Widener, 1972[44]
Div III: 31.2 – Chuck Downey, Stony Brook, 1986[38]

Highest average gain per return, game[edit]

FBS: 43.8 – Golden Richards, BYU vs. Texas, Sep. 10, 1971 (min. 5 returns)[58]
FCS: 43.2 – Ricky Pearsall, Northern Arizona vs. Western New Mexico, Aug. 29, 1996 (min. 5 returns)[42]
Div II: 66.3 – Billy Johnson, Widener vs. St. John's (NY), Sep. 23, 1972 (min. 4 returns)[44]
Div III:

Most punts returned, career[edit]

FBS: 153 – Vai Sikahema, BYU, 1980–82, 1984–85[58]
FCS: 143 – Levander Segars, Montana, 2001–04[42]
Div II: 153 – Armin Anderson, UC Davis, 1983–85[44]
Div III: 134 – Marvin Deal, McDaniel, 1996–99[38]

Most punts returned, game[edit]

FBS: 20 – Milton Hill, Texas Tech vs. Centenary (LA), Nov. 11, 1939[58]
FCS: 11 – Peter Athans, Sacred Heart vs. Siena, Nov. 9, 2002[42]
Div II: 12 – David Nelson, Ferris State vs. Northern Michigan, Oct. 2, 1993[44]
Div III: 10 – Ellis Wangelin, Wisconsin–River Falls vs. Wisconsin–Platteville, Oct. 12, 1985[38]

Most punts returned, season[edit]

FBS: 57 – Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2002[58]
FCS: 55 – Tommy Houk, Murray State, 1980[42]
Div II: 61 – Armin Anderson, UC Davis, 1984[44]
Div III: 48 – Rick Bealer, Lycoming, 1989[38]

Most yards on punt returns, career[edit]

FBS: 1,761 – Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2000–03[58]
FCS: 1,668 – Marquay McDaniel, Hampton, 2002–05[42]
Div II: 1,760 – Anthony Merritt, North Alabama, 2003–06[44]
Div III: 1,550 – Joshua Carter, Muhlenberg, 1998–2001[38]

Most yards on punt returns, season[edit]

FBS: 791 – Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt, 1948[58]
FCS: 662 – Dan McGrath, Fordham, 2002[53]
Div II: 670 – Travis Lueck, North Dakota, 2003[44]
Div III: 688 – Melvin Dillard, Ferrum, 1990[38]

Most yards on punt returns, game[edit]

FBS: 277 – Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma vs. UCLA, Sep. 20, 2003[58]
FCS: 227 – Leonard Goolsby, South Carolina State vs. Norfolk State, Oct. 11, 2003[42]
Div II: 265 – Billy Johnson, Widener vs. St. John's (NY), Sep. 23, 1972[44]
Div III: 278 – P. J. Williams, Mary Hardin–Baylor vs. Mississippi College, Oct. 1, 2005[38]

Most touchdowns scored on punt returns, career[edit]

FBS: 8 – Ted Ginn, Jr., Ohio State, 2004–07; Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma, 2001–04; Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2000–03[58]
FCS: 8 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2006–09[42]
Div II: 10 – James Rooths, Shepherd, 1997–2000[44]
Div III: 7 – Chuck Downey, Stony Brook, 1984–87[38]

Most touchdowns scored on punt returns, season[edit]

FBS: 5 – Ryan Switzer, North Carolina, 2013; Chad Owens, Hawaii, 2004[58]
FCS: 5 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2009; Curtis DeLoatch, North Carolina A&T, 2001[42]
Div II: 5 – James Rooths, Shepherd, 1998[44]
Div III: 5 – Chris McKinney, Guilford, 2001[38]

Most touchdowns scored on punt returns, game[edit]

FBS: 3 – Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma vs. UCLA, Sep. 20, 2003[58]
FCS: 3 – Zuriel Smith, Hampton vs. Virginia State, Sep. 22, 2001; Aaron Fix, Canisius vs. Siena, Sep. 24, 1994[42]
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[44]
Div III: 3 – John Conroy, Otterbein vs. Heidelberg, Nov. 1, 2003[38]

Kickoff returns[edit]

Highest average gain per return, career[edit]

Minimum 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 36.2 – Forrest Hall, San Francisco, 1946–47[58]
FCS: 30.5 – Scotty McGee, James Madison, 2006–09[42]
Div II: 34.0 – Glen Printers, Colorado State–Pueblo, 1973–74[54]
Div III: 31.4 – Stuart Sitterson, Washington & Lee, 2005–08[38]

Highest average gain per return, season[edit]

Minimum 1.2 returns per game

FBS: 40.1 – Paul Allen, BYU, 1961[58]
FCS: 37.3 – David Fraterrigo, Canisius, 1993[42]
Div II: 41.7 – Richard Medlin, Fayetteville State, 2008[54]
Div III: 48.5 – Darnell Williams, Louisiana College, 2010[38]

Most kickoff returns, career[edit]

FBS: 141 – Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008–11[58][69]
FCS: 191 – Terrence Holt, Austin Peay, 2007–10[42]
Div II: 133 – Zack Page, Fairmont State, 2007–10[44]
Div III: 132 – Chris Schubert, Oberlin, 2004–07[55]

Most kickoff returns, season[edit]

FBS: 75 – Isaiah Burse, Fresno State, 2011[58][70]
FCS: 52 – Terrence Holt, Austin Peay, 2009[42]
Div II: 49 – Jason Washington, Pace, 2010[44]
Div III: 49 – Chris Schubert, Oberlin, 2007[38]

Most kickoff returns, game[edit]

FBS: 11 – Trevor Cobb, Rice vs. Houston, Dec. 2, 1989[58]
FCS: 12 – Eric Slenk, Valparaiso vs. Jacksonville, Oct. 16, 2010[42]
Div II: 12 – Johnny Cox, Fort Lewis vs. Mesa State, Nov. 3, 1990[44]
Div III: 11 – Mason Tootell, Swarthmore vs. Johns Hopkins, Sep. 19, 1997[38]

Most yards on kickoff returns, career[edit]

FBS: 3,530 – Troy Stoudermire, Minnesota, 2008–12[71]
FCS: 4,683 – Terrence Holt, Austin Peay, 2007–10[42]
Div II: 3,265 – Zack Page, Fairmont State, 2007–10[54]
Div III: 2,867 – Chris Schubert, Oberlin, 2004–07[38]

Most yards on kickoff returns, season[edit]

FBS: 1,606 – Isaiah Burse, Fresno State, 2011[58][72]
FCS: 1,411 – David Primus, Samford, 1989[42]
Div II: 1,234 – Justin Gallas, Colorado Mines, 2005[54]
Div III: 1,039 – Mike Schroeder, Knox , 2012[73]

Most yards on kickoff returns, game[edit]

FBS: 319 – Leonard Johnson, Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State, Nov. 1, 2008[58]
FCS: 333 – Colby Goodwyn, Old Dominion vs. Cal Poly, Oct. 9, 2010[42]
Div II: 304 – L. J. McCray, Catawba vs. Tusculum, Nov. 6, 2010[44]
FCS: 304 – Chika Madu, Nicholls State vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2011 [74]

Most touchdowns on kickoff returns, career[edit]

FBS: 7 – C. J. Spiller, Clemson, 2006–09;[75] Tyron Carrier, Houston, 2008–11[76]
FCS: 6 – Jerome Mathis, Hampton, 2001–04[42]
Div II: 8 – Stephan Neville, Stonehill, 2008–11; Dave Ludy, Winona State, 1991–94[54]
Div III: 10 – Larry Beavers, Wesley, 2004–05, 2007–08[55]

Most touchdowns on kickoff returns, season[edit]

FBS: 5 – Ashlan Davis, Tulsa, 2004[75]
FCS: 5 – Jerome Mathis, Hampton, 2004[42]
Div II: 4 – Stephan Neville, Stonehill, 2010; Andrew Jackson, Merrimack, 2005[54]
Div III: 5 – Larry Beavers, Wesley, 2008[55]

Most touchdowns on kickoff returns, game[edit]

FBS: 2 – 16 times. Most recent: Reggie Dunn, Utah vs. California, Oct. 27, 2012[75][77]
FCS: 3 – Bashir Levingston, Eastern Washington vs. Sacramento State, Oct. 31, 1998[42]
Div II: 2 – Seven times. Most recent: L. J. McCray, Catawba vs. Tusculum, Nov. 6, 2010[54]
Div III: 2 – Many times. Most recent: DeMarqus Payne, Ohio Northern University vs. Wilmington College (OH), Nov. 5, 2011

Most touchdowns scored on combined kick returns, career[edit]

Minimum one punt return and one kickoff return

FBS: 8 – Six times. Most recent: Phillip Livas, Louisiana Tech, 2007–10[75]
FCS: 11 – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M, 2006–09[53]
Div II: 11 – Stephan Neville, Stonehill, 2008–11;[78] Deante Steele, Shepherd, 2007–10[54]
Div III: 13 – Larry Beavers, Wesley, 2004–05, 07–08[55]

Field goals[edit]

Highest percentage of field goals made, career[edit]

FBS: 89.5% – Alex Henery, Nebraska, 2007–10 (min. 55 attempts)[65]
FCS: 82.0% – Juan Toro, Florida A&M, 1995–98 (min. 50 attempts)[48]
Div II: 80.8% – Jessup Pfeifer, Nebraska–Kearney, 2003–06 (min. 35 made)[49]
Div III: 78.9% – Jeff Schebler, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2006–09 (min. 50 attempts)[50]

Most field goals made, career[edit]

FBS: 88 – Dustin Hopkins, Florida State University, 2009–12[65]
FCS: 75 – Dan Carpenter, Montana, 2004–07[48]
Div II: 82 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2002–05[49]
Div III: 75 – Jeff Schebler, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2006–09[50]

Most field goals made, season[edit]

FBS: 31 – Billy Bennett, Georgia, 2003[65]
FCS: 26 – Brian Mitchell, UNI, 1990; Tony Zendejas, Nevada, 1982[48]
Div II: 30 – Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2005[49]
Div III: 22 – Jeff Schebler, Wisconsin–Whitewater, 2008[50]

Most field goals made, game[edit]

FBS: 7 – Dale Klein, Nebraska vs. Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985; Mike Prindle, Western Michigan vs. Marshall, Sep. 29, 1984[65]
FCS: 8 – Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona vs. Idaho, Oct. 25, 1986[48]
Div II: 6 – Austin Wellock, Ashland vs. Wayne State (MI), Oct. 5, 2002; Steve Huff, Central Missouri. vs. Southeast Missouri State, Nov. 2, 1985[49]
Div III: 6 – Jim Hever, Rhodes vs. Millsaps, Sep. 22, 1984[50]

Most consecutive field goals made, career[edit]

FBS: 30 – Chuck Nelson, Washington, 1981–82[65]
FCS: 26 – Brian Mitchell, UNI, 1990–91[48]
Div II: 19 – Ryne Smith, University of West Alabama, 2011–12[79]
Div III:

Most consecutive field goals made, season[edit]

FBS: 25 – Chuck Nelson, Washington, 1982[65]
FCS: 21 – Brian Mitchell, Northern Iowa, 1990[48]
Div II:
Div III:

Longest field goal made[edit]

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[80]
FBS (without tee): 65 – Martin Gramatica, Kansas State vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 12, 1998[80]
FBS: 64 – Tony Franklin, Texas A&M vs. Baylor, Oct. 16. 1976
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[81]
Div II: 67 – Tom Odle, Fort Hays State vs. Washburn, Nov. 5, 1988[49]
Div III: 62 – Dom Antonini, Rowan vs. Salisbury, Sep. 18, 1976; Matthew Aven, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps vs. California Lutheran University, Oct. 19, 2013[82]

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