Actually, the single-game record for most blocks is Mickel Gladness from Alabama A&M who notched 16 to best David Robinson, Shawn Bradley, and Loren Woods who had held the lead with 14 apiece.
In reference to the previous answer: Shaquille O'neal held the SEC record at his graduation with 12 in a game but that was after Robinson had already set the bar at 14.
Mark Eaton holds the record for most blocks in a season with 456 during the 1984-1985 season.
That will be Elmore Smith. He had 17block shots in the game between Los Angeles and Portland, on October 28, 1973.
Mark Eaton has the most in a season, with 456, but Hakeem Olajuwon has the most in a career with 3830 blocks
55 by Wilt Chamberlain
David Robinson holds the record with 207 blocks in a season.
In one game - Keon Clark with 12 In one season - Marcus Camby with 230
Hines Ward holds the Steeler record for most pass receptions in a single season with 112 in 2002.
Matt Kilroy holds the record for most strikeouts by a pitcher in a single season with 513 in 1886. Nolan Ryan holds the modern day record with 383 in 1973.
Hank Aaron holds the record for most runs batted in in a career. Hack Wilson holds the record for most runs batted in in a single season.
Barry Bonds holds the record for career home runs with 762 and the mark for most homers in a season with 73.
As of June 2014 Barry Bonds holds the record for most regular season homeruns. The record is 73 which beat Mark McGwire's record.
He holds the world record for the most home runs in a single season.