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Comments: Akeem Green from Delaware state university has the longest fumble recovery for a touch down in FCS history against Morgan State university in 2007. ESPN #2 on top ten plays that night. Google longest fumble recovery for a touchdown in college football history Akeem Green play shows up. Green ran from the back of his in zone to score. It would been 109 yard return but was called 99 yard touchdown #FACTS
Greg Best returned a fumble 94 yards in 1983.
As of the 2007 season, the longest fumble return in NFL history is 104 yards and was done by Jack Tatum of the Oakland Raiders in 1972 and Aeneas Williams of the Arizona Cardinals in 2000.
a fumble is you can recover it, but a pass you intercept it.
It was 64 yards by Leon Lett in Super Bowl XXVII
In 1964, Jim Marshall of the Vikings recovered a fumble 66 yards backwards into his own end zone, resulting in a safety. This was officially called a "-66 yard fumble recovery"
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No, for the player to get credit for a sack he would have to tackle the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage. The quarterback would have to be declared down for it to be counted as a sack. If the quarterback is down then there couldn't be a fumble. So therefore there could be no fumble recovery.