"I don't know if it is the highest in the country but the Texas stadium had 101,297 against Texas tech this year, that was the most people to attend a sporting event in Texas."
This isn't even close to the single game record. Michigan Stadium, home of the University of Michigan Wolverines, holds the record for single-game attendance at a college stadium for a college game at 114,804 in the first night game ever played at "The Big House" (Michigan Stadium) against Notre Dame on September 10, 2011.
Also, Notre Dame set a single-game attendance record of 120,000+ in the 1920's at Soldier Field in Chicago, however, the number is unverified and therefore not held as "official".
syracuse vs nova 2012 34,161
1 is the record and that was me !!
ladainian tomlinson 405 yds
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Dante Brown for any division LaDainian Tomlinson for Division I
Troy Edwards from La Tech vs. Nebraska 1998
The most carries in a single season in Division I was 450 by Kevin Smith from UCF in 2007.
BYU finished 14-1 and ranked fifth in the nation in 1996-97. BYU's 14 wins that season was the most ever by a Division I college football team in a single season until Ohio State tied that record with a 14-0 record in 2002.
The Division III football record was set in 1968 by North Park University in defeating North Central College by a margin of 104-32, using ten passing touchdowns along the way.
BYU 14-1 1996 Ohio State 14-0 2002 BYU finished 14-1 1996-97. BYU's 14 wins that season was the most ever by a Division I college football team in a single season and the most games ever played in a season. Ohio State tied that record with a 14-0 record in 2002.
Colorado Rockies 1993 home opener, 80,227 for a regular season game.
In 1988 Barry Sanders set the single season record in D-1A with 2,628 yards.
37 by Elvin Hayes - 1968
Hawaii Vs Boise state
University of Miami
OK so I looked it up and found what you are looking for. Below is the website i found that shows every college football game that 100 points or more were scored. Hopefully this helps you out. -Mike http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_100_point_games
Super Bowl XIV in Pasadena, California. The Steelers beat the L.A. Rams 31-19 in front of 103,985.