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NCAA Football Returning Statistical Leaders 2009: Other QB Categories

COLUMBIA, MO - SEPTEMBER 13:  Quarterback Colin Kaepernick #10 of the Nevada Wolf Pack rolls out during the first half of the game against the Missouri Tigers on September 13, 2008 at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
David HedlindAnalyst IIJuly 5, 2009

Part two of the returning stat leaders series is a quick look at several stats lists. Some they want to be a part of and some they probably don’t. All of the following lists have to do with various Quarterback stats. 


Passing Yards

1. Case Keenum, Houston 5020

2. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma 4720

3. Max Hall, BYU 3957

4. Todd Reesing, Kansas 3888

5. Colt McCoy, Texas 3859

6. Tim Hiller, W Michigan 3725

7. Kellen Moore, Boise State 3486

8. Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP 3274

9. Rusty Smith, FAU 3224

10. Juice Williams, Illinois 3173

Passing Touchdowns

1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma 50

2. Case Keenum, Houston 44

3. Tim Hiller, W Michigan 36

4. Max Hall, BYU 35

5. Colt McCoy, Texas 34

6. Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP 33

7. Todd Reesing, Kansas 32

8. Tim Tebow, Florida 30

9. Jevan Snead, Ole Miss 26

10T. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State 25

10T. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame 25

10T. Kellen Moore, Boise State 25

Most Interceptions Thrown

1. Bo Levi Mitchell, SMU 23

2. Kevin Craft, UCLA 20

3T. Nathan Enderle, Idaho 17

3T. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame 17

5T. Joe Webb, UAB 16

5T. Juice Williams, Illinois 16

5T. Jarrett Lee, LSU 16

8T. Max Hall, BYU 14

8T. Chris Jaquemain, Akron 14

8T. Matt Grothe, South Florida 14

8T. Rusty Smith, FAU 14

Most Sacked(not entirely on the QB, looking at you O-Line)

1. Nathan Enderle, Idaho 33

2T. Kevin Craft, UCLA 32

2T. Greg Alexander, Hawaii 32

4T. Todd Reesing, Kansas 31

4T. Adam Weber, Minnesota 31

6T. Riley Skinner, Wake Forest 30

6T. Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M 30

6T. Austin Davis, S Mississippi 30

9. Corey Leonard, Arkansas State 29

10T. Matt Grothe, South Florida 28

10T. Robert Griffin, Baylor 28

QB Rushing Yards

1. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada 1130 yards, 17 rushing touchdowns

2. Joe Webb, UAB 1021 yards, 11 rushing touchdowns

3. Robert Griffin, Baylor 846 yards, 13 rushing touchdowns

4. Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech 738 yards, 7 rushing touchdowns

5. Juice Williams, Illinois 719 yards, five rushing touchdowns

6. Jeremiah Masoli, Oregon 718 yards, 10 rushing touchdowns

7. Josh Nesbitt, Georgia Tech 693 yards, seven rushing touchdowns

8. Tim Tebow, Florida 673 yards, 12 rushing touchdowns

9. Diondre Borel, Utah State 632 yards, five rushing touchdowns

10. Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State 631 yards, six rushing touchdowns

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