FBS Statistics

Career and Season
Statistical Records and Leaders

                      Season Total Offense

Rank RES* RTS^ CL Name School Yards Year
1 1 1 4 B.J. Symons Texas Tech 5,976 2003
2 2 1 3 Colt Brennan Hawaii 5,915 2006
3 2 1 3 Case Keenum Houston 5,829 2009
4 4 1 4 Case Keenum Houston 5,666 2011
5 3 1 3 Graham Harrell Texas Tech 5,614 2007
6 3 1 2 Case Keenum Houston 5,241 2008
7 7 1 3 Marcus Mariota Oregon 5,224 2014
8 1 1 3 David Klingler Houston 5,221 1990
9 8 1 4 Derek Carr Fresno State 5,199 2013
10 5 2 4 Paul Smith Tulsa 5,184 2007
11 4 1 3 Bryant Moniz Hawaii 5,142 2010
12 10 1 1 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 5,116 2012
13 7 2 4 Graham Harrell Texas Tech 5,096 2008
14 2 2 3 Ty Detmer BYU 5,022 1990
15 5 2 3 Robert Griffin III Baylor 4,992 2011
16 14 2 3 Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois 4,953 2012
17 3 1 4 Kliff Kingsbury Texas Tech 4,903 2002
18 16 3 4 Nick Florence Baylor 4,877 2012
19 18 2 2 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 4,873 2013
20 3 1 3 Tim Rattay Louisiana Tech 4,840 1998
21 6 3 4 Chase Clement Rice 4,812 2008
21 20 3 4 Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois 4,812 2013
21 21 2 4 Shane Carden East Carolina 4,812 2014
24 24 3 4 Brandon Doughty Western Kentucky 4,778 2014
25 9 3 2 Dan LeFevour Central Michigan 4,774 2007
26 13 4 2 Sam Bradford Oklahoma 4,767 2008
27 7 1 3 Andre Ware Houston 4,661 1989
28 7 2 4 Josh Harris Bowling Green 4,643 2003
29 1 1 3 Jim McMahon BYU 4,627 1980
30 8 3 4 Brandon Weeden Oklahoma State 4,625 2011
31 17 5 4 Chase Daniel Missouri 4,616 2008
32 32 4 3 Trevone Boykin TCU 4,608 2014
33 9 3 4 Philip Rivers N.C. State 4,600 2003
34 10 4 3 Ben Roethlisberger Miami (Oh) 4,597 2003
35 25 4 4 Chandler Harnish Northern Illinois 4,595 2011
36 22 2 2 Landry Jones Oklahoma 4,590 2010
37 10 1 4 Sonny Cumbie Texas Tech 4,575 2004
38 16 4 3 Chase Daniel Missouri 4,559 2007
39 13 2 2 Chase Holbrook New Mexico State 4,541 2006
40 11 5 4 Matt Ryan Boston College 4,509 2007
41 14 3 2 Graham Harrell Texas Tech 4,489 2006
42 7 2 2 Timmy Chang Hawaii 4,457 2002
43 12 1 2 Colt Brennan Hawaii 4,455 2005
44 34 5 3 Landry Jones Oklahoma 4,439 2011
44 40 4 3 Sean Mannion Oregon State 4,439 2013
46 46 5 3 Dak Prescott Mississippi State 4,435 2014
47 3 2 2 Ty Detmer BYU 4,433 1989
48 13 2 4 Cody Hodges Texas Tech 4,429 2005
49 29 6 3 Colt McCoy Texas 4,420 2008
49 44 5 3 Connor Halliday Washington State 4,420 2013
51 41 4 3 Tajh Boyd Clemson 4,410 2012
52 47 6 3 Bryce Petty Baylor 4,409 2013
53 13 5 4 Ryan Dinwiddie Boise Stte 4,399 2003
54 14 1 4 David Carr Fresno Stte 4,396 2001
55 55 6 4 Rakeem Cato Marshall 4,385 2014
56 50 7 2 Marcus Mariota Oregon 4,380 2013
57 26 6 4 Colt Brennan Hawaii 4,368 2007
58 45 5 4 Geno Smith West Virginia 4,356 2012
59 41 6 3 Geno Smith West Virginia 4,352 2011
60 15 1 4 Steve Young BYU 4,346 1983
61 7 1 4 Chris Vargas Nevada 4,332 1993
62 38 3 3 Cam Newton Auburn 4,327 2010
63 50 6 4 Colby Cameron Louisiana Tech 4,324 2012
64 16 2 2 Omar Jacobs Bowling Green 4,302 2004
65 3 1 2 Scott Mitchell Utah 4,299 1988
66 66 7 4 Grant Hedrick Boise Stte 4,288 2014
67 60 8 2 Taysom Hill BYU 4,282 2013
68 61 9 1 Jameis Winston Florida State 4,276 2013
69 13 3 3 Cody Pickett Washington 4,273 2002
70 17 4 2 Denard Robinson Michigan 4,272 2010
71 14 4 4 Byron Leftwich Marshall 4,267 2002
72 56 7 4 Seth Doege Texas Tech 4,264 2012
73 40 2 1 Levi Brown Troy 4,261 2009
74 18 3 4 Timmy Chang Hawaii 4,258 2004
75 68 10 4 Tajh Boyd Clemson 4,251 2013
76 40 7 4 David Johnson Tulsa 4,245 2008
77 70 11 3 Taylor Kelly Arizona State 4,243 2013
78 71 12 3 Shane Carden East Carolina 4,242 2013
79 60 8 2 Rakeem Cato Marshall 4,232 2012
80 53 7 4 Nick Foles Arizona 4,231 2011
81 19 5 4 Colin Kaepernick Nevada 4,228 2010
82 11 2 3 Byron Leftwich Marshall 4,224 2001
83 49 6 3 G.J. Kinne Tulsa 4,211 2010
84 77 13 3 Rakeem Cato Marshall 4,210 2013
85 20 1 4 Josh Wallwork Wyoming 4,209 1996
85 50 7 3 Brandon Weeden Oklahoma State 4,209 2010
87 80 14 4 David Fales San Jose State 4,196 2013
88 81 15 4 Keith Wenning Ball State 4,192 2013
89 36 7 2 Tim Tebow Florida 4,181 2007
90 21 8 3 Ryan Aplin Arkansas State 4,176 2011
91 69 9 4 Landry Jones Oklahoma 4,157 2012
92 11 2 4 Daunte Culpepper UCF 4,153 1998
93 12 3 3 Tim Couch Kentucky 4,151 1998
93 22 3 4 Dan LeFevour Central Michigan 4,151 2009
95 64 9 3 Alex Carder Western Michigan 4,143 2011
96 3 1 4 Robbie Bosco BYU 4,141 1985
97 23 6 3 Timmy Chang Hawaii 4,139 2003
98 58 8 2 Robert Griffin III Baylor 4,136 2010
99 68 10 3 Brock Osweiler Arizona State 4,126 2011
99 77 10 4 Matt Scott Arizona 4,126 2012
101 24 8 3 Todd Reesing Kansas 4,112 2008
102 60 9 3 Dominique Davis East Carolina 4,108 2010
103 81 11 3 Derek Carr Fresno State 4,105 2012
104 82 12 1 Brett Hundley UCLA 4,095 2012
105 34 4 2 Curtis Painter Purdue 4,092 2006
106 25 3 3 Vince Young Texas 4,086 2005
107 54 4 3 Jerrod Johnson Texas A&M 4,085 2009
108 108 8 1 Anu Solomon Arizona 4,084 2014
109 51 9 3 Max Hall BYU 4,072 2008
109 26 10 2 Kyle Padron SMU 4,072 2010
111 14 1 4 Chris Weinke Florida State 4,070 2000
112 112 9 3 Fredi Knighten Arkansas State 4,056 2014
113 89 13 3 David Fales San Jose State 4,054 2012
114 77 11 4 Ryan Tannehill Texas A&M 4,050 2011
114 27 11 3 Seth Doege Texas Tech 4,050 2011
116 107 16 3 Teddy Bridgewater Louisville 4,048 2013
117 79 13 2 Tajh Boyd Clemson 4,046 2011
118 33 4 4 Brett Basanez Northwestern 4,045 2005
119 28 8 4 Tyler Sheehan Bowling Green 4,043 2007
120 14 4 3 Chris Redman Louisville 4,009 1998
120 34 5 3 Brady Quinn Notre Dame 4,009 2005
122 29 1 4 Ty Detmer BYU 4,001 1991

 

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

^RTS = the player's rank for that season

 

 

 

 

 

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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.