The Division III football record was set in 1968 by North Park University in defeating North Central College by a margin of 104-32, using ten passing touchdowns along the way.
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Ricky Williams, Texas
Barry Sanders with 39.
Most NCAA single season rushing touchdowns is 39 by Barry Sanders in 1988 playing for Oklahoma State.
LeRoy Vann at Florida A&M
In 1988, in what has been called the greatest season in college football history, Sanders led the nation by averaging 7.6 yards per carry and over 200 yards per game, including rushing for over 300 yards in four games. He set college football season records with 2,628 yards rushing, 3,249 total yards, 234 points, 39 touchdowns, of which 37 were rushing (also a record), 5 consecutive 200 yard games, scored at least 2 touchdowns in 11 consecutive games, and 9 times he scored at least 3 touchdowns. Sanders won the Heisman Trophy as the season's best player.
David Klingler, the quarterback for Houston threw 11 touchdowns in a 84-21 victory over Eastern Washington University on November 17, 1990.
Barry Sanders. 1988 for Oklahoma State University. He had 3250 all purpose yards and scored 39 touchdowns and that does not include a 222 yard 5 touchdown performance in the Holiday bowl of which he took himself out of in the third quarter due to an insermountable lead. The greatest single season any college football player has ever had.
Troy Edwards from La Tech vs. Nebraska 1998
Scoring 5 touchdowns in a game means nothing. People who have scored no touchdowns in a game have gone to college.
Based on the statistics and winning percentage Matt Leinart is the greatest college quarterback of all time.
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