As of 2007, Emmitt Smith holds the record for 18,400 rushing yards. He also holds the record for the most rushing touchdowns with 164. Second place is Ladainian Tomlinson with about 120.
Micheal Vick of the Altanta falcons Michael Vick of the Falcons holds the all time record with eight 100 yard rushing games.
Depends on if you mean all time/career or single season
Travis Prentice holds the NCAA Division 1A record for career rushing touchdowns (as well as total touchdowns) with 73, whilst playing for the Miami University Redhawks.
At the time of his retirement in 1998, Barry Sanders needed 1,458 rushing yards to pass Walter Payton and become the NFL's all-time leading rusher. If Sanders were to return to the NFL, he would need 3,087 rushing yards to pass Emmitt Smith, who currently holds the all-time record.
R.J Bowers holds the record at 7353 yds. Nate Kmic of Mount Union College is approx. 150 yards from tying the record.
As of 23 October it's Cam Newton for Auburn.
Through the 2008 season, Peterson (Adrian, rushing) and Anderson (Willie, receiving).
Carnell "Cadillac" Williams Carnell Williams holds the record for the modern era. The all-time record is "at least" 48 rushing touchdowns by Ed Sherling from the early 1920's. The "at least" number is because Sherling played in two games that records do not exist.
Franco Harris - 100 (91 rushing, 9 receiving)Hines Ward - 81 (80 receiving, 1 rushing)Jerome Bettis - 80 (78 rushing, 2 receiving)
Chad Hutchison was the Cowboys QB in the game (10/27/02 against the Seahawks) Smith set the all time rushing record.
10,449 rushing yards (1997-2006) Giants all time record
Sanders had 76 career 100+ yard rushing games, one behind all time leader Walter Payton who had 77. Sanders also holds the NFL record with 14 consecutive 100+ rushing yard games in the 1997 season.
Most rushing yards in a single game: Adrian Peterson, 296. Most rushing yards in a season: Eric Dickerson, 2,105. Most rushing yards in a career: Emmitt Smith, 18,355.
Barry Bonds holds the record with 762 home runs.
IN FLYING 200m time trial(SPRINT), KEVIN SIREAU HOLDS THE WORLD RECORD WITH A TIME OF 9.57 seconds. HE SET THIS RECORD IN MOSCOW RUSSIA. HE IS FROM FRANCE.
Bob Hayes (1965-1974) holds the career team record with 71.
I believe it is David Blaine. He holds the record for 72 hours straight hanging upside down.