FBS Statistics

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Statistical Records and Leaders

Combined Home Field/Court Advantage

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rank team fb rank bb rank rank avg
1 Colorado 4 2 3.0
2 Iowa State 5 11 8.0
3 Clemson 9 9 9.0
4 Oklahoma 1 20 10.5
5 Wake Forest 17 7 12.0
6 Wisconsin 3 22 12.5
7 Mississippi 16 12 14.0
8 Notre Dame 27 2 14.5
9 Georgia Tech 22 10 16.0
10 Arkansas 29 5 17.0
11 Iowa 23 14 18.5
12 Indiana 18 19 18.5
13 Missouri 13 24 18.5
14 UCLA 7 32 19.5
15 Kentucky 40 4 22.0
16 Tennessee 14 36 25.0
17 Washington 21 30 25.5
18 Michigan State 43 8 25.5
19 Texas Tech 37 15 26.0
20 Purdue 26 27 26.5
21 Kansas 30 23 26.5
22 Oklahoma State 53 1 27.0
23 Maryland 8 47 27.5
24 Baylor 11 45 28.0
25 Miami 45 13 29.0
26 Alabama 55 6 30.5
27 Nebraska 41 21 31.0
28 NC State 12 51 31.5
29 LSU 20 43 31.5
30 Connecticut 2 63 32.5
31 Penn State 39 29 34.0
32 California 6 65 35.5
33 Oregon State 31 40 35.5
34 Utah 36 35 35.5
35 Florida 54 18 36.0
36 Boston College 44 28 36.0
37 Rutgers 19 54 36.5
38 Ohio State 47 26 36.5
39 West Virginia 35 38 36.5
40 Kansas State 15 59 37.0
41 Oregon 10 64 37.0
42 USC 32 42 37.0
43 Georgia 57 17 37.0
44 Auburn 42 33 37.5
45 South Florida 33 44 38.5
46 Vanderbilt 61 16 38.5
47 Louisville 34 46 40.0
48 Stanford 49 31 40.0
49 Minnesota 28 57 42.5
50 Virginia Tech 46 39 42.5
51 Arizona State 24 61 42.5
52 Michigan 38 53 45.5
53 Texas 66 25 45.5
54 North Carolina 25 66 45.5
55 Mississippi State 60 34 47.0
56 Pittsburgh 58 37 47.5
57 South Carolina 48 49 48.5
58 Florida State 50 50 50.0
59 Illinois 59 41 50.0
60 Virginia 51 52 51.5
61 Arizona 52 55 53.5
62 Cincinnati 56 58 57.0
63 Northwestern 67 48 57.5
64 Texas A&M 63 56 59.5
65 Duke 62 60 61.0
66 Syracuse 65 62 63.5
67 Washington State 64 67 65.5

 

 

 

 

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National leaders are updated weekly. Conference and school leaders are updated yearly.

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.