Receiving Yards

Some articles on receiving yards, yards:

Hakeem Nicks - College Career - Sophomore Year
... in his sophomore season, setting a single-season school record with 74 catches for 958 receiving yards along with five touchdowns ... His single-season receiving yards were the third most in school history ... Nicks finished second in the ACC with 79.8 receiving yards per game and third with 6.17 catches per game ...
Louisville Cardinals Football - School Records - Individual Records
... Most rushing yards (game) 275 Anthony Allen against Middle Tennessee 9/6/2007 Most rushing yards (season) 1,429 Howard Stevens in the 1971 season Most ...
List Of Washington Redskins Football Receiving Leaders - Receiving Yards
... Receiving Yards Top 25 career receiving yards Name Yards Start End Art Monk 12,026 1993 ... Charley Taylor 9,110 1977 ... Gary Clark 8,742 1992 ... Bobby ...
Brian Hartline - Professional Career - Miami Dolphins - 2012 Season
... Hartline, after learning from a reporter how many yards (253) he got against the Cardinals in his record breaking performance. 4 loss against the Arizona Cardinals, he broke the franchise record for receiving yards in a game with 253 ... week 4 performance, Hartline led the NFL in receiving yards ...
Louis Murphy - College Career
... the end of the regular season, he had 36 catches for 544 yards and five touchdowns ... As a senior team captain in 2008, Murphy led the team in receiving yards (655) and ranked second in receptions (38) and average receiving yards per game (46.8), averaging 17.2 ... He surpassed the 1,000 career-receiving yards mark with 54 yards in the Gators' victory over South Carolina ...

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