As sports fans, we are enamored by points.
Wayne Gretzky and his 215 points in the 1985-1986 season.
Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game against the New York Knicks in 1962.
LaDainian Tomlinson's 31 touchdowns in 2006.
While all of these records are great, and some unbreakable, college sports has its fair share of scoring records.
But why aren't they as well-known? The answer is relatively simple. College football players come and go like the seasons. They do not stick around for 10 or 20 years to improve on their records. When their four years are up, it's time to leave.
Some of the most prolific scoring performances in college football, in fact, took place just last weekend. Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor and Florida quarterback Trey Burton combined for 12 touchdowns last week. That is 72 combined points.
That is not even a record.
After a look back on Pryor and Burton's performances, there are three even more stellar performances that may never be topped.