List of NCAA Division I FBS career passing touchdowns leaders

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This lists quarterbacks in NCAA in Division I FBS and its predecessors who have passed for at least 100 touchdowns in their college football careers. Statistics are current through the end of the 2017 season.

Rank[1] Player Team (seasons) Total passing touchdowns[2] Games played Passing touchdowns per game
1 Case Keenum Houston (2007–2011) 155 57 2.72
2 Kellen Moore Boise State (2008–2011) 142 53 2.68
3 Graham Harrell Texas Tech (2005–2008) 134 45 2.98
4 Colt Brennan Hawaii (2005–2007) 131 38 3.45
Rakeem Cato Marshall (2011–2014) 131 53 2.47
Baker Mayfield Texas Tech (2013), Oklahoma (2015–2017) 131 48 2.73
7 Landry Jones Oklahoma (2009–2012) 123 53 2.32
8 Ty Detmer BYU (1988–1991) 121 48 2.52
Aaron Murray Georgia (2010–2013) 121 52 2.33
10 Luke Falk Washington State (2014–2017) 119 42 2.83
11 Timmy Chang Hawaii (2000–2004) 117 53 2.21
12 Matt Barkley USC (2009–2012) 116 47 2.47
13 Tim Rattay Louisiana Tech (1997–1999) 115 33 3.48
14 Danny Wuerffel Florida (1993–1996) 114 46 2.48
15 Derek Carr Fresno State (2009–2013) 113 44 3.02
16 Colt McCoy Texas (2006–2009) 112 53 2.11
17 Brandon Doughty Western Kentucky (2011–2015) 111 43 2.58
18 Russell Wilson NC State (2008–2010), Wisconsin (2011) 109 50 2.18
19 Tajh Boyd Clemson (2010–2013) 107 47 2.28
Chad Pennington Marshall (1997–1999) 107 ^ 38 2.82
21 Marcus Mariota Oregon (2012–2014) 105 41 2.56
22 J. T. Barrett Ohio State (2013–2017) 104 50 2.08
23 Dan LeFevour Central Michigan (2006–2009) 102 53 1.92
24 Chase Daniel Missouri (2005–2008) 101 51 1.98


^ Does not include 15 touchdown passes thrown when Marshall was competing in Division I-AA, now known as Division I FCS.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Rank is as of the end of the 2017 season.
  2. ^ Total is as of the end of the 2017 season.
  3. ^ "Passing Touchdowns Career Leaders and Records". Sports Reference CFB. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 23 July 2017.