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MU Football Records Chase (updated 10/28)

That is certainly more like it, as we will see Chase Daniel move all over the Mizzou and national record books with his performance.  Maclin, Coffman and Wolfert all did the same as well off of the big offensive showing.  And a national record falls...it was a big week to be sure.

And my apologies on the formatting.  I wanted to put more of the records on the front before the jump, but there is some strange stuff embedded in there which I cannot seem to get out.  So....click after the jump for all the good stuff :-)

As always, thanks to MUTigers.com for their record keeping, as well as this ridiculously long file from the NCAA

National Passing Yardage:

20. Peyton Manning_____'94-'97______11201

21. Eric Zeier__________'91-'94______11153

22. Jordan Palmer______'02-'06______11084

23. Charlie Frye________'01-'04______11049

24. John Beck_________'03-'06______11021

25. Ryan Schneider_____'00-'03______10976

26. Paul Smith_________'03-'07______10924

27. Alex Van Pelt________'89-'92______10913

28. Drew Brees________'97-'00_______10909

29. David Neill_________'98-'01_______10903

30. Alex Brink__________'03-'07_______10887

31. Danny Wueffel______'93-'96_______10875

32. Chase Daniel_______'05-'08______10855

 

The 302 yard effort catapults Chase past some big names, like Big Ben, Chad Pennington and Matt Leinart (and Doug Flutie) to name a few.  His movement up this list should continue in big jumps over the next weeks as the group is pretty close to one another, which is why I added so many new names this week.

 

National Passing Efficiency: (500 completions or more)

12. Chad Pennington_____'97-'99_______156.2

13. Donovan McNabb_____'95-'98_______155.1

14. Tim Rattay___________'97-'99______154.3

15. Duante Culpepper_____'96-'98______153.1

16. David Carr__________''97-'98_______152.9

17. Jason White_________'99-'04_______152.7

18. Ben Roethlisberger____'01-'03______151.3

19. Chris Weinke_________'97-'00______151.1

20. Byron Leftwich________'98-'02______150.9

      Chase Daniel ________ ‘05-08 ______150.9

 

Chase moved up by 1.1 thanks to his effort vs. CU and now officially makes this list.  A similar effort could start to move him past some pretty decent names.

 

National TD Passes:

13. Peyton Manning_______'94-'97______89

       Byron Leftwich________'99-'02______89

15. Chris Leak___________'03-'06______88

       Jordan Palmer________'02-'06______88

17. Troy Kopp___________'89-'92_______87

       Tim Lester___________'96-'99______87

       Luke McCown_________'00-'03_____87

       Chad Henne__________'04-'07_____87

21. Ken Dorsey__________'99-'02______86

22. Andrew Walter________'01-'04______85

       Bruce Gradowski______'02-'05______85

       Kevin Kolb___________'03-'06______85

      Chase Daniel ________ ‘05-08 _____ 85

 

Chase also passed Big Ben (again), Chris Redman (L'ville) and Jim McMahan this past week, along with the other 8 people who were previously listed.  Another week like his last and he will be start to be in some real rarified air.  With (hopefully) six games to go, the odds are decent he is the 7th QB all time to join the 100 TD club.

Total Offense:

1. Brad Smith _________ ‘02-05 ____ 13088

2. Chase Daniel _______‘05-08 _____11690

3. Jeff Handy __________ ‘91-94 _____ 6640

4. Phil Bradley _________ ‘77-80 _____ 6459

5. Corby Jones _________‘95-98 _____ 6230

 

336 total yards puts a good (yet average) move on Brad's record.  Keeping that number up, Chase will break this record early in the Big XII Championship game.

 

All-Purpose Yardage:

1. Brad Smith _________ ‘02-05 _____ 4419

2. Jeremy Maclin_______'07-'08_____4322

3. Devin West _________ ‘95-98 _____ 3824

4. Brock Olivo _________ ‘94-97 _____ 3475

5. Zack Abron __________‘00-03 _____ 3426

6. Darrell Wallace ______ ‘84-87 _____ 3303

7. Joe Stewart _________‘74-77 _____ 3256

8. James Wilder _______‘78-80 _____ 2769

 

192 more all-purpose yards for Maclin, who never fielded a kick-off in this game (thanks to the opening squib kick and...well...CU never scoring again), but who lit up the stat sheet in receiving yards.  This record looks very likely to fall against Baylor, especially with the way he has been seeing the ball from Chase.

 

Receptions:

1.Chase Coffman (TE) ____'05-08______ 220

2. Martin Rucker (TE) ______ ‘04-07_____ 203 

3. Justin Gage __________ ‘99-02______ 200

4. Kenny Holly __________ ‘90-93_______151

5. Will Franklin __________ ‘04-07______ 143

6. Jeremy Maclin________'07-'08______138

7. Victor Bailey___________'90-'92______128

8. Thomson Omboga______'01-'04______127

9. Brian Sallee___________'91-'94______119

10. Sean Coffey__________'02-'05______118

 

11 more receptions for Maclin means he is almost assured of passing Will Frankiln against Baylor, and may even pass Kenny Holly if we decide to really get nutty.  Chase puts up a pretty pedestrian (for him) 7 catches after it seemed CU took him away after a real nice 1st half.

 

Receiving Yardage:

1. Ibn Green (national TE)____'96-'99_____2830

1. Justin Gage ____________‘99-02_____2704

2. Chase Coffman (TE) _____ ‘05-08_____2416

3. Martin Rucker (TE) _______ ‘04-07_____2175

4. Victor Bailey ____________ ‘90-92_____2144

5. Will Franklin ____________ ‘04-07_____2125

6. Jeremy Maclin__________'07-'08_____1855

7. Linzy Collins ____________ ‘89-90_____1760

8. Kenny Holly ____________ ‘90-93_____1708

9. Sean Coffey ___________ ‘02-05______1596

10. Mel Gray _____________ ‘68-70______1491

11.Hank Burnine __________ ‘53-55_____1445

 

Only 50 yards for Coffman, but who will forget the one-handed grab or the highest hurdle yet?  As for Maclin, just a great 2nd half of the game, as he just gets open now.  A third year would allow him to probably own every last receiving record here.

 

Receiving TD's:

1. Chase Coffman (TE) _____ ‘05-08______ 25

2. Martin Rucker (TE) _______ ‘04-07______ 18

    Justin Gage ____________ ‘99-02______ 18

4. Jeremy Maclin__________'07-'08______16

5. Mel Gray _______________68-70_______ 14

6. Will Franklin ____________ ‘04-07______ 13

    Sean Coffey ____________ ‘02-05______ 13

8. Victor Bailey ____________ ‘90-92______ 12

    Dwayne Blakley _________ ‘98-01______ 12

 

Just the one TD catch by Coffman gives him even more distance again this week, but it seems Maclin is trying to almost track him down the way he has been moving up this chart of late.  Maclin with an outside shot at tying or becoming #2 already.  Please refer to the previous paragraph....

 

Scoring:

1. Jeff Wolfert (PK) ______ ‘06-08_____ 312

2. Brad Smith __________ ‘02-05______ 284

3. Zack Abron ___________ ‘00-03_____ 252

4. Corby Jones __________ ‘95-98_____ 228

5. Jeff Jacke (PK) ________ ‘88-92_____ 225

6. Bob Steuber __________ ‘40-42_____ 222

7. Tom Whelihan (PK) ____ ‘84-87_____ 191

8. Brock Olivo __________ ‘94-97_____ 188

9. Devin West __________ ‘95-98_____ 174

 

16 points for Wolfert...wow what an effort.  As mentioned last week, Martin Gramatica sits in 30th spot all time with 349 points.  With a few more games like that, Wolfert will not only catch him, but has a shot to move up through that record just a little bit before his days kicking for MU come to an end.