Dante Brown for any division LaDainian Tomlinson for Division I
It's just how many times total a team has run the ball.
As of the 2007 season: In the NFL, the record for career rushing yards is held by Emmitt Smith with 18,355. In college football, the Division 1-A record for career rushing yards is held by Ron Dayne with 6,397.
In the NFL: 4,409 In college: exactly 700 He also had 56 receptions in college, and 515 in the NFL.
As of the December 17, 2008, the NCAA all-division career rushing leader is Nate Kmic of Division III Mount Union with 7,986 yards. The Division I (Bowl Subdivision) career rushing leader is Ron Dayne of Wisconsin with 6,397 yards.The Division I (Championship Subdivision) career rushing leader is Adrian Peterson of Georgia Southern with 6,559 yards.The Division II career rushing leader is Danny Woodhead of Chadron State (Nebraska) with 7,871 yards.
Yes, sacks count against rushing stats.
Pat White holds the QB rushing record.
As of December, 2008 the answer to this question is Nate Kmic from Mount Union College. Kmic finished one of the best seasons ever for a college running back and now holds college football's record for career rushing yards with 8,074 yards. This season Kmic ran for a record 2,790 yards with 43 rushing and 44 total touchdowns as he led the Purple Raiders to their 10th NCAA Division III National Championship with a 31-26 win over UW-Whitewater.
list of most QB rushing attempts in a game
1971 Oklahoma Sooners
ladainian tomlinson 405 yds
Oregon and soon-to-be Auburn
John Riggins of the Washington Redskins with 38 rushing attempts in Super Bowl XVII.
i dont know. wat am i a freakin' genious?! ;)
yes, in college football. In the NFL sack yardage is taken away from the team passing total. It has no affect on rushing yards.
Rutgers beat South Florida 20-17 with -7 yards rushing on 11/5/2011
The Pittsburgh Steelers, in Super Bowl IX versus the MInnesota Vikings had 57 rushing attempts.
Miami Dolphins with 9 rushing attempts in Super Bowl XIX against the 49ers. The Dolphins lost, 38-16.