FBS Statistics

Career and Season
Statistical Records and Leaders

             Kentucky Wildcats

Career Passing Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
69 23 5 Jared Lorenzen 10,354 2000 - 2003
114 64 7 Andre Woodson 9,363 2004 - 2007
Season Passing Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
44 8 2 Tim Couch 4,275 1998
95 14 1 Tim Couch 3,884 1997
138 76 11 Andre Woodson 3,709 2007
144 36 2 Jared Lorenzen 3,687 2000
205 103 9 Andre Woodson 3,515 2006
Career Total Offense
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
77 22 4 Jared Lorenzen 10,637 2000 - 2003
Season Total Offense
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
86 12 3 Tim Couch 4,151 1998
Career Rushing Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
Season Rushing Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
159 60 8 Moe Williams 1,600 1995
Career Receiving Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
Season Receiving Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
131 38 6 Craig Yeast 1,311 1998
Career All-Purpose Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
57 24 3 Derek Abney 5,856 2000 - 2003
110 77 6 Rafael Little 5,343 2004 - 2007
Season All-Purpose Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
37 31 2 Randall Cobb 2,396 2010
Career Scoring
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
194 148 6 Lones Seiber 305 2006 - 2009
Season Scoring
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
Career Passing Touchdowns
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TD's Years
67 36 4 Andre' Woodson 79 2004 - 2007
71 23 7 Jared Lorenzen 78 2000 - 2003
88 11 3 Tim Couch 74 1996 - 1998
Season Passing Touchdowns
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TD's Year
23 13 3 Andre' Woodson 40 2007
42 9 2 Tim Couch 37 1997
56 12 2 Tim Couch 36 1998
132 67 6 Andre' Woodson 31 2006
Career Rushing Touchdowns
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TD's Years
Season Rushing Touchdowns
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TD's Year
Career Receiving Touchdowns
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TD's Years
101 34 5 Craig Yeast 28 1995 - 1998
154 102 9 Keenan Burton 25 2003 - 2007
Season Receiving Touchdowns
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TD's Year
74 30 2 Craig Yeast 14 1998
119 81 4 Steve Johnson 13 2007
Career Interceptions
Rank REC* RTC^ Name INT's Years
Season Interceptions
Rank RES* RTS^ Name INT's Year
57 7 3 Jerry Claiborne 9 1949
Career Tackles (Since 1975)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Tackles Years
40 7 7 Jim Kovach 521 1975 - 1978
82 54 3 Chris Chenault 482 1985 - 1988
93 58 5 Jeff Kremer 475 1984 - 1987
120 87 5 Marty Moore 462 1990 - 1993
Season Tackles (Since 1975)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Tackles Year
78 70 5 Marty Moore 183 1991
90 73 4 Jeff Kremer 180 1987
Career Tackles (Since 2000)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Tackles Years
Season Tackles (Since 2000)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Tackles Year
Career Sacks (Since 1980)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Sacks Years
168 36 6 Oliver Barnett 26 1986 - 1989
Season Sacks (Since 1980)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Sacks Year
Career Sacks (Since 2000)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Sacks Years
Season Sacks (Since 2000)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Sacks Year
Career Tackles for a Loss (Since 1980)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TFL's Years
Season Tackles for a Loss (Since 1980)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TFL's Year
Career Tackles for a Loss (Since 2000)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TFL's Years
Season Tackles for a Loss (Since 2000)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TFL's Year
 

 

 

 

 

 

*REC = the player's rank upon graduation

^RTC = the player's rank in his graduating class

*RES = the player's rank at the end of the season

^RTS = the player's rank for that season

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