Through the 2010 season: Season: Franco Harris, 14 in 1976 Career: Franco Harris, 91 from 1972-1983
The man whom holds this record is Barry Sanders with the Detroit Lions. During the 1997 season, he rushed for 100 yards in 14 of the 16 regular season games.
This event has never occured.
In the 2007 regular season, Maroney scored 6 TDs, all rushing.
Eric Dickerson holds the NFL record for most rushing yards during the regular season. He rushed for 2,105 yards as a member of the Los Angeles Rams in 1984.
Troy Polamalu led the Steelers with seven interceptions during the 2010 season.
Ben Roethlisberger holds the Steeler record for most completions in a season with 337 in 2009.
LaDanian Tomlinson holds the NFL records for most rushing TDs in a season, with 28 during the 2006 season (he also holds the record for most total TDs in a season, with 31, accomplished the same year).
The NFL record for most rushing yards in a single season by a quarterback is 1,039, set by then Atlanta star Michael Vick during the 2006 season.
Jim Brown's 1,863 rushing yards in 1963 stood as the single-season record until O.J. Simpson gained 2,003 yards during the 1973 season.
519 by the 1942 Chicago Bears. The 1942 regular season was 11 games long putting the average per game at 47.2 yards which is also the record for fewest rushing yards per game allowed. In a 16 game regular season, the fewest rushing yards allowed is 970 by the 2000 Baltimore Ravens for an average of 60.6 yards per game.
The Rose Bowl is used by UCLA as its home field during the regular season.
In 2005, McGahee led in rushing yards with 1,247, with Williams coming way behind in second with only 161 yards rushing.
The LA Dodgers lost 70 regular season games during the 2013 regular season.
Hines Ward holds the Steeler record for most pass receptions in a single season with 112 in 2002.
In the NFL, it is Bobby Douglass with 968 yards for Chicago in 1972. In this 2004-2005 season, Michael Vick is on a pace to break that record. As of the start of the 2007 season, Michael Vick holds the single season rushing record by a quarterback with 1,039 yards in the 2006 season.
Mike Anderson with 251 rushing yards against the New Orleans Saints on December 3, 2000.
Yancey Thigpen holds the Steeler record for most receiving yards in a single season with 1,398 yards in 1997.
Emmitt Smith scored 25 rushing touchdowns during the 1995 season.
UNLV was undefeated in the regular season during the 1991 season, eventually losing to Duke in the NCAA tournament. Indiana University was the last team to go undefeated during the regular and post season. They were 32-0 in 1976.