FBS Statistics

Career and Season
Statistical Records and Leaders

                     Career Total Offense

Rank REC* RTC^ Name School Yards Years
1 1 1 Case Keenum Houston 20,114 2007 - 2011
2 1 1 Timmy Chang Hawaii 16,910 2000 - 2004
3 3 1 Landry Jones Oklahoma 16,271 2009 - 2012
4 2 1 Dan LeFevour Central Michigan 15,853 2006 - 2009
5 2 1 Graham Harrell Texas Tech 15,599 2005 - 2008
6 6 1 Rakeem Cato Marshall 14,918 2011 - 2014
7 4 2 Colt McCoy Texas 14,824 2006 - 2009
8 2 1 Colt Brennan Hawaii 14,740 2005 - 2007
9 1 1 Ty Detmer BYU 14,665 1988 - 1991
10 8 2 Kellen Moore Boise State 14,534 1008 - 2011
11 7 1 Colin Kaepernick Nevada 14,210 2007 - 2010
12 3 1 Kevin Kolb Houston 13,715 2003 - 2006
13 2 1 Philip Rivers N.C. State 13,582 2000 - 2003
14 13 1 Aaron Murray Georgia 13,562 2010 - 2013
15 7 2 Chase Daniel Missouri 13,486 2005 - 2008
16 11 3 Russell Wilson N.C. St. & Wisc 13,141 2008 - 2011
16 15 2 Corey Robinson Troy 13,141 2010 - 2013
16 16 2 Cody Fajardo Nevada 13,141 2011 - 2014
19 4 1 Brad Smith Missouri 13,088 2002 - 2005
20 18 3 Tajh Boyd Clemson 13,069 2010 - 2013
21 21 3 Marcus Mariota Oregon 13,033 2012 - 2014
22 19 4 Derek Carr Fresno State 13,032 2010 - 2013
23 23 4 Sean Mannion Oregon State 12,796 2011 - 2014
24 3 2 Luke McCown Louisiana Tech 12,731 2000 - 2003
25 17 2 Zac Dysert Miami (Oh) 12,678 2009 - 2012
26 16 4 Robert Griffin III Baylor 12,620 2008 - 2011
27 2 1 Tim Rattay Louisiana Tech 12,618 1997 - 1999
28 20 3 Ryan Aplin Arkansas State 12,509 2009 - 2012
29 18 5 Ryan Lindley San Diego State 12,415 2008 - 2011
30 15 2 Trevor Vittatoe UTEP 12,291 2007 - 2010
31 20 6 Austin Davis Southern Miss 12,267 2008 - 2011
32 3 1 Kliff Kingsbury Texas Tech 12,263 1999 - 2002
33 33 5 Shane Carden East Carolina 12,244 2011 - 2014
34 14 3 Tim Tebow Florida 12,232 2006 - 2009
35 26 4 Matt Barkley USC 12,214 2009 - 2012
36 3 2 Chris Redman Louisville 12,129 1996 - 1999
37 5 2 Byron Leftwich Marshall 12,084 1998 - 2002
38 29 5 Geno Smith West Virginia 12,004 2009 - 2012
39 11 2 Brady Quinn Notre Dame 11,944 2003 - 2006
40 26 7 Chandler Harnish Northern Illinois 11,927 2008 - 2011
41 21 3 Andy Dalton TCU 11,925 2007 - 2010
42 18 4 Todd Reesing Kansas 11,840 2006 - 2009
43 4 1 Drew Brees Purdue 11,815 1997 - 2000
44 39 5 Kolton Browning UL-Monroe 11,808 2010 - 2013
45 24 4 Adam Weber Minnesota 11,790 2007 - 2010
46 41 6 Keith Wenning Ball State 11,730 2010 - 2013
47 47 6 Brett Hundley UCLA 11,713 2012 - 2014
48 10 2 Gino Guidugli Cincinnati 11,661 2001 - 2004
49 7 3 Carson Palmer USC 11,621 1998 - 2002
50 16 2 Paul Smith Tulsa 11,602 2003 - 2007
51 13 2 Brett Basanez Northwestern 11,576 2002 - 2005
52 20 3 Chase Holbrook New Mexico State 11,570 2006 - 2008
53 25 5 Max Hall BYU 11,569 2007 - 2009
54 21 4 Chase Clement Rice 11,526 2005 - 2008
55 22 5 Curtis Painter Purdue 11,511 2005 - 2008
56 12 3 Charlie Frye Akron 11,478 2001 - 2004
57 5 1 Antwaan Randle El Indiana 11,364 1998 - 2001
58 18 3 Chris Leak Florida 11,350 2003 - 2006
59 1 1 Doug Flutie Boston College 11,317 1981 - 1984
60 15 4 David Greene Georgia 11,270 2001 - 2004
61 33 6 Tim Hiller Western Michigan 11,220 2005 - 2009
62 7 2 David Neill  Nevada 11,145 1998 - 2001
63 5 3 Tim Lester Western Michigan 11,081 1996 - 1999
64 14 2 Ben Roethlisberger Miami (Oh) 11,075 2001 - 2003
65 24 4 John Beck BYU 11,059 2003 - 2006
66 25 5 Jordan Palmer UTEP 11,041 2003 - 2006
67 3 1 Peyton Manning Tennessee 11,020 1994 - 1997
68 29 3 Alex Brink Washington State 11,011 2004 - 2007
69 41 7 Matt Grothe South Florida 10,875 2006 - 2009
70 3 1 Eric Zeier Georgia 10,841 1991 - 1994
71 21 5 Joshua Cribbs Kent State 10,839 2001 - 2004
72 55 8 G.J. Kinne Tulsa 10,831 2009 - 2011
73 73 7 Connor Halliday Washington State 10,812 2011 - 2014
74 3 1 Alex Van Pelt Pittsburgh 10,794 1988 - 1992
75 33 4 Brian Brohm Louisville 10,775 2004 - 2007
76 69 7 Garrett Gilbert SMU & Texas 10,774 2009 - 2010
77 9 4 Chad Pennington Marshall 10,758 1997 - 1999
78 64 6 Denard Robinson Michigan 10,745 2009 - 2012
79 24 6 Derek Anderson Oregon State 10,716 2001 - 2004
80 19 3 Ryan Schneider UCF 10,703 2000 - 2003
81 61 9 Bryant Moniz Hawaii 10,681 2009 - 2011
82 5 2 Stoney Case New Mexico 10,651 1991 - 1994
83 11 5 Joe Hamilton Georgia Tech 10,640 1996 - 1999
84 22 4 Jared Lorenzen Kentucky 10,637 2000 - 2003
85 29 7 Danny Wimprine Memphis 10,634 2001 - 2004
85 78 8 Nathan Scheelhaase Illinois 10,634 2010 - 2013
87 32 3 Matt Leinart USC 10,623 2002 - 2005
88 54 8 Juice Williams Illinois 10,594 2006 - 2009
89 82 9 Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois 10,552 2010 - 2013
90 47 6 Pat White West Virginia 10,529 2005 - 2008
91 2 1 Todd Santos San Diego State 10,513 1984 - 1987
92 76 7 B.J. Daniels South Florida 10,501 2008 - 2012
93 7 1 Danny Wuerffel Florida 10,500 1993 - 1996
94 9 1 Cade McNown UCLA 10,487 1995 - 1998
95 95 8 Bo Wallace Mississippi 10,478 2011 - 2014
96 59 9 Tyler Sheehan Bowling Green 10,465 2006 - 2009
97 45 5 Bret Meyer Iowa State 10,422 2004 - 2007
98 74 10 Andrew Luck Stanford 10,387 2008 - 2011
99 92 10 Brett Smith Wyoming 10,365 2011 - 2013
100 10 2 Daunte Culpepper UCF 10,344 1996 - 1998
101 2 1 Kevin Sweeney Fresno State 10,252 1983 - 1986
102 38 4 Bruce Gradkowski Toledo 10,243 2002 - 2005
103 20 3 David Garrard East Carolina 10,238 1998 - 2001
104 40 5 Steven Jyles UL-Monroe 10,234 2002 - 2005
105 98 11 Taylor Martinez Nebraska 10,233 2010 - 2013
106 106 9 Taylor Kelly Arizona State 10,223 2011 - 2014
107 57 7 Rudy Carpenter Arizona State 10,196 2005 - 2008
108 67 10 Zac Robinson Oklahoma State 10,175 2006 - 2009
109 36 8 Andrew Walter Arizona State 10,142 2001 - 2004
110 42 6 Paul Pinegar Fresno State 10,113 2002 - 2005
111 18 2 Bart Hendricks Boise State 10,039 1997 - 2000
111 103 12 Tyler Tettleton Ohio 10,039 2010 - 2013
113 6 2 Troy Kopp Pacific 10,019 1989 - 1992

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This site has the most comprehensive list of all-time college football individual statistical leaders online. Every stat on this site is based on the NCAA official rules, not the school or conference rules (no bowl games prior to 2002). Defensive stats, not including interceptions, did not become official until 2000. That is why you will see two lists; one is the official one since 2000, the other is more inclusive with the start date based on when most schools began reporting defensive stats.

Some defensive stats are marked with a single asterisk (*). This means that bowl games were included in the statistics reported by the school, therefore, the player's per game average has been subtracted for each bowl game played.

Other defensive stats are marked with two asterisks (**). This means the value is only approximated, based on the statistics that could be found.