In looking for the most unbreakable college football records, it is important to acknowledge the sport for what it is. The rules of the game make certain marks more beatable than others.
Specifically, things like single-game volume numbers, which may at first seem unsurpassable, might actually be broken, thanks to college overtime. Dave Klinger's 11 touchdown passes in one game is ridiculous, but who's to say it will stay a record forever?
The most unbreakable records belong to a different time. As the game of college football has evolved, its evolution has made certain things less possible than they used to be. Those who hold the records currently might never have to see them broken.
Unless, of course, the sport sees even more radical changes.
Note: All records courtesy of the official FBS record book. Georgia Tech's famed 222-0 win over Cumberland, for example, was not acknowledged in the record book and has thus been omitted from this list.