FBS Statistics

Career and Season
Statistical Records and Leaders

                 Season Interceptions

Rank RES* RTS^ Name School INT's Year
1 1 1 Al Worley Washington 14 1968
1 1 1 Gerod Holliman Louisville 14 2014
3 1 1 George Shaw Oregon 13 1951
3 2 1 David Amerson N.C. State 13 2011
5 1 1 Henry Rich Arizona State 12 1950
5 2 2 Bill Albrecht Washington 12 1951
5 3 1 Frank Polito Villanova 12 1971
5 3 1 Terry Hoage Georgia 12 1982
5 3 1 Tony Thurman Boston College 12 1984
5 3 1 Cornelius Price Houston 12 1989
5 3 1 Bob Navarro Eastern Michigan 12 1989
5 3 1 Terrell Buckley Florida State 12 1991
13 1 1 Elmer Tarbox Texas Tech 11 1938
13 2 2 Al Brosky Illinois 11 1950
13 4 1 Charlie West UTEP 11 1966
13 4 1 Henry King Utah State 11 1966
13 4 1 Steve Haterius West Texas State 11 1967
13 5 2 Jerry Todd Memphis 11 1968
13 5 1 Seth Miller Arizona State 11 1969
13 6 2 Jackie Wallace Arizona 11 1971
13 6 1 Mike Haynes Arizona State 11 1974
13 11 1 Dre' Bly North Carolina 11 1996
13 11 1 Jim Leonhard Wisconsin 11 2002
24 2 1 Bill Sibley Texas A&M 10 1941
24 2 1 Ray Evans Kansas 10 1942
24 2 1 Jake Leicht Oregon 10 1945
24 2 1 Jim Rinehart Arkansas 10 1949
24 2 1 Bobby Wilson Mississippi 10 1949
24 6 3 Robert Reid Baylor 10 1951
24 6 3 Al Brosky Illinois 10 1951
24 6 1 Hootie Ingram Alabama 10 1952
24 6 1 Joe Zuger Arizona State 10 1960
24 6 1 Byron Beaver Houston 10 1962
24 6 1 Bob Sullivan Maryland 10 1965
24 11 3 Tom Curtis Michigan 10 1968
24 11 3 Jake Scott Georgia 10 1968
24 11 3 Paul Shires Houston 10 1968
24 12 2 Neal Smith Penn State 10 1969
24 12 1 Bobby Majors Tennessee 10 1970
24 14 1 Mike Townsend Notre Dame 10 1972
24 14 1 Mike Gow Illinois 10 1973
24 15 2 John Provost Holy Cross 10 1974
24 15 1 Jim Bolding East Carolina 10 1975
24 15 1 Bob Jury Pittsburgh 10 1976
24 15 1 Anthony Francis Houston 10 1976
24 15 1 Pete Harris Penn State 10 1978
24 15 1 Sharay Fields New Mexico 10 1979
24 16 1 Martin Bayless Bowling Green 10 1983
24 17 1 Bennie Blades Miami (Fl) 10 1986
24 19 3 Ben Smith Georgia 10 1989
24 20 2 Carlton Gray UCLA 10 1991
24 20 1 Aaron Beasley West Virginia 10 1994
24 21 1 Anthony Floyd Louisville 10 2000
24 21 1 Dwight Smith Akron 10 2000
24 22 1 Josh Bullocks Nebraska 10 2003
24 22 1 Sean Taylor Miami (Fl) 10 2003
24 22 1 Rahim Moore UCLA 10 2009
24 24 2 Senquez Golson Mississippi 10 2014
59 2 1 Jack Welsh Penn 9 1940
59 5 2 Herman Wedemeyer St. Mary's 9 1945
59 5 1 John Bruce William & Mary 9 1947
59 7 3 Chuck Lentz Michigan 9 1949
59 7 3 J.W. Sherrill Tennessee 9 1949
59 7 3 Jerry Claiborne Kentucky 9 1949
59 7 3 George Skipworth Duke 9 1949
59 7 3 Bill Sheffold Oregon State 9 1949
59 7 3 Jimmy Glisson Tulane 9 1949
59 9 3 Tom Hardiman Georgetown 9 1950
59 13 5 Eddie Macon Pacific 9 1951
59 14 2 Jim Psaltis USC 9 1952
59 14 2 Bobby Renn Davidson 9 1952
59 14 1 Bobby Garrett Stanford 9 1953
59 14 1 Jim Norton Idaho 9 1958
59 16 2 Tom MacDonald Notre Dame 9 1962
59 16 2 Gene Frantz BYU 9 1962
59 20 2 Ron Davidson Virginia Tech 9 1967
59 25 6 Bill Young Tennessee 9 1968
59 25 6 John Pollock Rutgers 9 1968
59 25 6 Ken Dotson Idaho 9 1968
59 27 3 Mike Sensibaugh Ohio State 9 1969
59 27 3 Buddy McClinton Auburn 9 1969
59 27 3 Jeff Ford Georgia Tech 9 1969
59 27 3 Jay Morrison New Mexico 9 1969
59 28 2 Neovia Greyer Wisconsin 9 1970
59 28 2 Tim Priest Tennessee 9 1970
59 28 2 Jeff Varnadoe Citadel 9 1970
59 28 2 Paul Ellis Tulane 9 1970
59 30 3 Dave Atkinson BYU 9 1971
59 31 2 Harry Harrison Mississippi 9 1972
59 31 2 John Provost Holy Cross 9 1972
59 34 3 Barry Hill Iowa State 9 1974
59 39 2 Gene Coleman Miami (Fl) 9 1979
59 39 2 Joe Callan Ohio 9 1979
59 39 1 Sam Shaffer Temple 9 1981
59 40 2 Jeff Sanchez Georgia 9 1982
59 41 2 Mark Brandon Toledo 9 1983
59 42 1 Chris White Tennessee 9 1985
59 42 1 Kevin Walker East Carolina 9 1985
59 43 2 Teddy Johnson Oregon State 9 1986
59 43 1 Todd Krumm Michigan State 9 1987
59 43 1 Keith McMeans Virginia 9 1987
59 43 1 Chuck Cecil Arizona 9 1987
59 46 4 Kevin Smith Texas A&M 9 1989
59 46 4 Walter Briggs Hawaii 9 1989
59 48 3 Willie Clay Georgia Tech 9 1991
59 48 1 Orlanda Thomas Louisiana 9 1993
59 50 1 Deon Grant Tennessee 9 1999
59 50 1 Deltha O'Neal California 9 1999
59 50 1 Rodregis Brooks UAB 9 1999
59 52 1 Ed Reed Miami (Fl) 9 2001
59 55 3 Keiwan Ratliff Florida 9 2003
59 55 3 Derrick Ansley Troy 9 2003
59 55 3 Johnathan Burke Arkansas State 9 2003
59 55 1 Stanley Franks Idaho 9 2006
59 55 1 Dwight Lowery San Jose State 9 2006
59 56 1 Jayron Hosley Virginia Tech 9 2010

 

 

 

 

 

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

^RTS = the player's rank for that season

* indicates that that player's stat is not official as his school included bowl games prior to 2002 when those games became official statistics. Therefore, his record is approximated by subtracting his per game average for each bowl in which he participated.

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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.