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2-4,000 Yard Rushers 

Nevada finished the 2010 season with two players, QB Colin Kaepernick and RB Vai Taua, with over 4,000 career rushing yards. The Wolfpack's regular season finale and bowl game were the only two games in FBS history with two 4,000 yard rushers on the field together.

2-3,000 Yard Receivers  

4 pairs of teammates have each had over 3,000 career receiving yards. These duos consist of Wes Welker and Carlos Francis (Texas Tech, 2003), Steve Smith and Dwayne Jarrett (USC, 2006),  Antonio Brown and Bryan Anderson (Central Michigan, 2009), and Patrick Edwards and Tyron Carrier (Houston, 2012). Also, Hawaii's high powered 2007 offense had 3-3,000 yard receivers playing together (Jason Rivers, Dvone Bess, and Ryan Grice-Mullen).

10,000 Passing & 4,000 Rushing 

In 2010, Colin Kaepernick became FBS's first player with 9,000 and 4,000. By the time he was finished at Nevada, he would become the first with 10,000 and 4,000.

Teammates with 1,500 yards Receiving

In 2002, San Diego State teammates J.R. Tolver and Kassim Osgood had 1,785 and 1,552 yards respectively. Surprisingly, the Aztecs did not have a 3,500 yard passer that year. 

Teammates with 1,200 yards Receiving

2002 San Diego State, 2007 Hawaii, 2007 Texas Tech, 2008 Rice, 2010 Hawaii, 2010 San Diego State, and 2011 Houston have had teammates with over 1,200 yards.

2-5,000 Yard Passing Seasons 

Two players in FBS history have been able to throw for 5,000 yards twice. These two are Graham Harrell (Texas Tech, 2007 & 2008) and Case Keenum (Houston, 2008 2009, & 2011).

3-3,500 Yard Passing Seasons 

8 players have been able to reach 3,500 yards in a season three times, while 5 of them went over 4,000 all three times. The players with only 3-3,500 yard seasons are Chase Daniel (Missouri), Max Hall (BYU) and Tim Rattay (Louisiana Tech). Colt Brennan (Hawaii), Ty Detmer (BYU), Timmy Chang (Hawaii), Graham Harrell (Texas Tech who has 3-4,500 seasons), and Case Keenum (Houston) have gone over 4,000 three times.

2-2,000 Yard Rushing Seasons  

This feat has only been achieved by one person. That person is Troy Davis of Iowa State, who eclipse the mark in 1995 & 96.

3-1,500 Yard Rushing Seasons

Herschel Walker (Georgia), Travis Pentice (Miami, OH), Garrett Wolfe (Northern Illinois), Tony Dorsett (Pittsburgh), and LaMichael James (Oregon) are the only five players to have reached 1,500 three times.

2-1,500 Yard Receiving Seasons

Justin Blackmon (Oklahoma State), Greg Salas (Hawaii), and Troy Edwards (Louisiana Tech) each had multiple 1,500 yard seasons. Both of Edward's seasons eclipsed 1,700 yards making him the only one with 2 seasons over 1,600 (let alone 1,700).

3-1,200 Yard Receiving Seasons

Marcus Harris of Wyoming holds the distinction of being the only player able to pull off 3-1,200 yard seasons. By the way, Harris went for over 1,400 yards all three years.

 

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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.

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