The current career rushing leader for Michigan State is Lorenzo White.
Carson Palmer 1998-02
Dalton Hillard 1982-1985
Archie Griffin 1972-75
Jerome Bettis Nope. Autry Denson 1995-98
1.Stephan Taylor (Mansfield High School, TX)
Barry Sanders, a running back for Oklahoma State University, was the winner of the 1988 Heisman Trophy. Sanders went on to a Hall of Fame career in the NFL playing 10 years with the Detroit Lions and finishing his career third in NFL all time rushing yardage with 15,269.
Ricky Williams holds the 1-A rushing record for the ncaa at 6.138 yards from the University of Texas. Ron Dayne from the University of Wisconsin holds the D1A career rushing record with 6,397 yards between 1996-1999.
Terrence Edwards who played from 1999 to 2002
Ty Detmer, who played at Brigham Young University between 1988-1991, holds the NCAA Division 1-A career passing yardage record with 15,031.
Pat White, West Virginia University 4480 rushing yards
Brodie Croyle Brodie Croyle
MICHAEL JENKINS (2000-2003) -kelly-
Jerry Rice is the career all purpose yardage leader with 23,546 yards. Click on the 'All Purpose Yardage Leaders' link on this page to find out who the top 25 career all purpose yardage leaders are.
At Auburn University, Johnson finished his career with 324 rushing attempts for 1567 yards
Travis Henry 97-00
He had about 87 career rushing yards
Barry Sanders has 15,269 career rushing yards.
Randell Cunningham (retired) has 4,928 career rushing yards followed closely by Michael Vick (active) with 4,630 career rushing yards at the end of the 2010 season.
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.
Brett Favre broke the career passing yardage record of Dan Marino. As of the end of the 2007 season, Favre has 61,657 career passing yards. Marino ended his career with 61,361.