Do You Know Who Holds These Obscure College Football Records?
College football keeps track of every statistic for their record books. They, of course, keep track of records for popular stats like most rushing attempts, most rushing yards, pass attempts, consecutive completions, touchdowns responsible for, most receptions, and sacks, to name a few.
But every season, the NCAA also keeps track of records of the more obscure stats, like most rushing attempts during a night game after a holiday, most consecutive completions to a tight end, most rushing yards on turf, longest pass attempts dropped, or most games without scoring a field goal. If you know the player holds any of these very obscure records, this is the quiz for you.
In this quiz, we’ll test you on the most surprising records in college football, records that most people don’t even know exist. Come show that you’re the champion of college football trivia in this obscure records quiz!
College Football Records
College football is hugely popular, with big schools like Florida State or Michigan State receiving thousands of fans per game. If they're lucky, these fans may get to see a record being set. College football records have been kept since the first game ever played, and every single year those stats expand to cover more and more data than ever before. From the most pass attempts in a season to the most passes intercepted, the basic stats have always been fun to track and talk about for years.
These days, they have expanded the data to include everything from most yards receiving by a freshman quarterback to most consecutive field goals missed by a junior. The obscure records are still the most fun to read about since they include things you'd never realize could even be a record.