Most NCAA single season rushing touchdowns is 39 by Barry Sanders in 1988 playing for Oklahoma State.
Barry Sanders with 39.
Through the 2008 season, LaDainian Tomlinson of the San Diego Chargers holds the NFL record for most rushing touchdowns in one season with 28 in 2006.
Most Touchdowns, Season 27 Priest Holmes, Kansas City, 2003 (27-r) -----As of the 2007 season, LaDainian Tomlinson has scored the most TDs in one season with 31 in the 2006 season.
In 1988, in what has been called the greatest season in college football history, Sanders led the nation by averaging 7.6 yards per carry and over 200 yards per game, including rushing for over 300 yards in four games. He set college football season records with 2,628 yards rushing, 3,249 total yards, 234 points, 39 touchdowns, of which 37 were rushing (also a record), 5 consecutive 200 yard games, scored at least 2 touchdowns in 11 consecutive games, and 9 times he scored at least 3 touchdowns. Sanders won the Heisman Trophy as the season's best player.
Yes, he had the most dominant season we have seen in college football in years. He threw for 2700 yards and 30 touchdowns with a 60% completion percentage. He also ran for over 1500 and 20 touchdowns, becoming the third player ever to run for 20 and throw for 20 touchdowns in a season. (Tim Tebow was before him, then Colin Kapernick also did it the same day Cam did, just a few hours earlier.) He also became the first player in SEC history to run for 1000 yards and throw for 2000 yards in a season. Then he had the best rookie season ever, at any position, throwing for over 4000 yards, 22 touchdowns, and 60% completion percentage. The 4000 yards is a record for a rookie. He also ran for over 700 yards and 15 touchdowns, with the 15 touchdowns being a record for quarterbacks, and became the first quarterback ever to run for 700 and pass for 400 yards.
Im actually not so sure, but this friday if he scores 7 more poins, joseph sadler of Devine, Texas, will have the scored the most touchdowns in one season in the US
Barry Sanders. 1988 for Oklahoma State University. He had 3250 all purpose yards and scored 39 touchdowns and that does not include a 222 yard 5 touchdown performance in the Holiday bowl of which he took himself out of in the third quarter due to an insermountable lead. The greatest single season any college football player has ever had.
Tim Tebow didn't have any NFL touchdowns for the 2012 season, but he has had 17 total career touchdowns during a long career in both college and the NFL.
The player with the most touchdowns in NFL history is LaDainean Tomlinson of the San Diego Chargers. He scored 31 TD's in one season. He actually scored 32 touchdowns!!
Priest Holmes of the Kansas City Chiefs led the NFL in touchdowns in the 2002 season with 24.
Mesghina 107 touchdowns in 1999.
If they are a redshirted freshman this can happen
The 2011-2012 college football season starts Sept 3.
The NFL rules state that in order to be eligile for the NFL draft a player must be three years past their high school graduation, which is a typical players junior season in college (or sophmore season if that player was red-shirted). There is no requirement that a player has to play college football to make the NFL, but it certainly helps. It is extremely rare that a player with no college experience makes an NFL roster. The players that do are usually athletes in other sports that transition to football.
College Football starts in August each year. The regular season for college football usually in ends in November or early December.
A college football player can be red shirted any time during the season unless he has played a single snap in any game in that specific season.
As of the 2008 season, the most touchdowns scored by a player in the NFL is 31 by LaDainian Tomlinson of the San Diego Chargers in the 2006 season. second place:shaun Alexander 28 TD's and he got let go recently!!!!!!!!!!!
if you want to play you have to be atleast a junior college football player and have had good stats all season
College football season normal starts before the NFL season does. College is normally 3 weeks into their season before the pros start.
In the NFL, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds the record for the most passing touchdowns in a single season, with 50 touchdown passes in 2007. In NCAA college football, Brett Elliott of Linfield College (Division III) holds the single season passing touchdown record, with 61 in 2004. The NCAA Division I record is held by Colt Brennan of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, with 58 touchdown passes in 2006. Steve Grogan of the 1976 New England Patriots scored the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in NFL history with 12.
He has 13 Touchdowns this season