Career Rushing

Some articles on career rushing, career, rushing:

Kevin Faulk - College Career - Collegiate Records - LSU Career Rushing Records
... Most career rushing yards (4,557 yards) Best career yard-per-rush average (5.32 yards per rush) Best career yard-per-game average (111.2 yards per game) Most career rushing touchdowns (46 ...
Darren Lewis (American Football) - College
... Lewis has the top two rushing seasons in Texas A M history (1,692 in 1988 and 1,691 in 1990) and is the Aggie leader in career rushing yards (5,012 from 1987–1990) ... Lewis' 5,012 career rushing yards ranked him 5th on the NCAA's All-Time Career Rushing list at the conclusion of his college career, but currently rank him 15th ... His college career was filled with highlights and culminated with a spot on the first-team All-America team in 1990 ...
Clifton Dawson - College Career
... Dawson set the league’s single-season record for rushing yards by a freshman with 1,187 yards and became the first freshman in Ivy League history to rush for more than 1,000 yards ... He led the Ivy League in rushing, with and average of 130.2 yards per game, making him the highest-ranking sophomore in Division I-AA and one of just three sophomores among the nation’s ... He set Harvard’s single-season records for rushing yards (1,302), rushing touchdowns (17), total touchdowns (18) and points (108) ...
Pat White (athlete) - College Career - Records - Career Rushing Stats
... First^ in NCAA career quarterback rushing list in yardage - 4,480 yards First in Big East and WVU career rushing yardage record for a quarterback - 4,480 yards First in most 200-yard ...
Arian Foster - Professional Career - Texans Franchise Records
... Most career rushing yards (4,521) Most career rushing touchdowns (44) Longest career rushing attempt (74) Most rushing yards in a single season 1,616 Most rushing touchdowns in a single season 16 First player in ...

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