You need to be more specific. Total yardage in a single game? Total yardage in a season? Total yardage in a college career? And is it rushing yardage, passing yardage, kickoff yardage, puntyardage, kickoff-return yardage, punt-return yardage, total return yardage, or total yardage. If it's passing yardage, do you mean as a receiver or as a passer?
Of course, I don't know the answer either way, and really, who cares? It's Division II. It could be a million yards, but whoever holds the record can't hold a candle to the average division I-A player. If they could, they would have played in Division I-A, or at least I-B.
But if you want anyone to answer this question, you're going to have to be more precise in how you ask it.
Ty Detmer, who played at Brigham Young University between 1988-1991, holds the NCAA Division 1-A career passing yardage record with 15,031.
a division record is the win-loss total within a teams conference/division (sec, acc, big ten, etc.) overall record is the win-loss total for all games a team plays, including those not in their conference/division
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The total change in yardage is 1, on the basis of the above
The NCAA Division I football record for most carries in a game belongs to Tony Sands. The record stands at 58 carries. This record was set in a game between the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri in 1991. Tony rushed for a total of 396 yards in this game.
In NCAA Division I - AA there are 126 teams total as of this answer.
For the 2008 season, there are 119 Division 1-A teams and 119 Division 1-AA teams for a total of 238 Division 1 football teams.
The exact number of Division 1 college football players is unknown. However there are a total of 80,000 college football players across all divisions.
Brett Favre holds that record.
The quarterback who threw for the most yardage in the 2009 season was Matt Schaub, then of the Houston Texans. His total yardage was 4,770 yards.
yes, in college football. In the NFL sack yardage is taken away from the team passing total. It has no affect on rushing yards.