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MU Football Records Chase (updated 11/17)

Lots of fun movement this past week in the list as Chase got back to pretty much normal for him and Maclin and Saunders continued to benefit from the unfortunate injury to Chase Coffman.  We have new lists as well, I know you all are terribly excited.  I was also able to better intergrate other active NCAA players on to the national lists.  Get ready, since I wont be updated the list next week (obviously), so let the goodness take you through the Thanksgiving holiday.

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

National Passing Yardage:

6. Kevin Kolb_________''03-'06______12964

7. Tim Rattay_________'97-'99______12746

8. Luke McCown_______'00-'03_____12666

9. Chris Redman______'96-'99______12541

10. Kliff Kingsbury_____'99-'02______12429

11. Chase Daniel______'05-'08______11772


Appeared I short-changed Chase after last week, as he came into this week at 11,444, which still would have had him in 15tth spot.  A very solid (especially given the weather) effort and he flies quickly up the list to #11.  With three (and I can stop saying "likely" now), I dont think he will do enough to get past Rattay, but I suppose he has an OK shot at it, so I will throw Kevin Kolb on there.  Speaking of Kolb...did you see that Houston hung 70 on Tulsa this weekend?  Eeek.  Anyway, Chase is not going to pass anyone in the next game, so 11th is where he will stay before becoming the #2 passer in Big XII history. 



National Completions:

1. Timmy Chang________'00-'04________1388

2. Graham Harrell_______active________1293

3. Kliff Kingsbury________'99-'02________1231

4. Philip Rivers_________'00-'03________1147

5. Colt Brennan_________'05-'07________1115

6. Luke McCown________'00-'03________1063

7. Chris Redman________'96-'99________1031

8. Chase Holbrook_______active________1017

9. Tim Rattay___________'97-'99________1015

    Chase Daniel_________'05-'08_______1015


I put this one together myself, but I feel pretty confident about the information in it.  I looked into doing an attempts one, but there really is not a lot of need since Chase's career completion percentage of 68.5 right now means he would be pretty far down the list.  However, another fun list to see him move up on, with an outside shot at Colt Brennan (and hopefully passing Holbrook along the way).  Also fun to track Harrell, who should break this record against Baylor in a couple of weeks.



National Passing Efficiency: (500 completions or more)

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

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

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

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

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

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

20. Max Hall_____________active_______151.9

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

22. Chase Daniel_________'05-'08______151.2


This game finally moves Chase up the list...but I did finally find where the active folks fall on this, so the numbers have changed.  Active career wise, Chase is actually 9th, but only three others have the necessary 500 completions (though Bradford of OU is within 39, and will blow the record by 20 points once he gets there and Keenum of Houston is within 9).  So, the numbers will change, but still some pretty darn good company for Chase.



National TD Passes:

6. Danny Wueffel________'93-'96______114

7. Chad Pennington______'97-'99______100

8. Matt Leinart___________'02-'05______99

9.  Kliff Kingsbury_________'99-'02______95

      Philip Rivers__________'00-'03______95

      Brady Quinn__________'03-'06______95

12. Chase Daniel ________ ‘05-08 _____ 92


Two more TD's for Daniel (I never mind seeing us rush for four TD's, especially two for Jimmy Jackson). moves him into 12th by himself.  A real nice game against kU could give him 9th to himself.  I am still hopeful for the 100 TD mark, though his two TD's in this game were numbers 101 and 102 he was responsible for in his career, moving us to this new list....



TD's Responsible For:

1. Chase Daniel_________'05_'08________102

    Brad Smith___________'02-'05_________102


Not entirely sure why or how missed this one, but I heard it on the TV broadcast so I thought I would throw it on here.  Nationall, Daniel ranks third active behind Chase Clement of Rice (109) and Graham Herrell (137).  This does not appear to be a record the NCAA keeps...



Total Offense:

1. Brad Smith _________ ‘02-05 ____ 13088

2. Chase Daniel _______‘05-08 _____12597

3. Jeff Handy __________ ‘91-94 _____ 6640

4. Phil Bradley _________ ‘77-80 _____ 6459

5. Corby Jones _________‘95-98 _____ 6230


It is funny that I had Chase's total passing yardage wrong, but this number was correct...go figure.  Anyway, Chase is running less these days, so this number is all on passing yards of late.  Looks like this should fall hopefully in the Big XII Championship game.



All-Purpose Yardage:

1. Jeremy Maclin_______'07-'08_____4983

2. Brad Smith _________ ‘02-05 _____ 4419

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


111 yards of receiving and rushing and 111 return yards give Maclin a tidy little 222.  The 5000 mark falls probably on the opening play of the game when we take the ball.  Right now, Maclin is averaging 199.3 yards per game for his career, which actually would be good enough for 3rd all time, and just out of 2nd place (205.8)



(National and Mizzou) Receptions:

27. John Standeford_______'00-'03_____249     

28. Nate Burleson_________'00-'02_____248      

       Eric Deslauriers_______'02-'06_____248

30. James Jordan_________'98-'00____246

31. David Williams________'83-'85_____245


1.Chase Coffman (TE) ____'05-08______ 230

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

3. Justin Gage __________ ‘99-02______ 200

4. Jeremy Maclin________'07-'08______159

5. Kenny Holly __________ ‘90-93_______151

6. Will Franklin __________ ‘04-07______ 143

7. Tommy Saunders______'05-'08______132

8. Victor Bailey___________'90-'92______128

9. Thomson Omboga______'01-'04______127

10. Brian Sallee___________'91-'94______119

11. Sean Coffey__________'02-'05______118


Another eight catches for Maclin gives him 4th place all to himself, and this is where he likely finishes (since I do not see him catching 13 balls per game in his last three).  And I could not be more thrilled to see Tommy Saunders moving up this list like he is.  Very few people deserve to be remembered for their on and off the field achievement more than Saunders, and with an outside shot to pass Holly, nothing would please me more.  Obviously, no movement for Coffman...and I really do hope we don't mess around with him and just make sure he is 100 percent (or as close as he could possibly be) when we bring him back.  Clearly, Andrew Jones is proving pretty capable right now.



(National and Mizzou) Receiving Yardage:

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


1. Justin Gage ____________‘99-02_____2704

2. Chase Coffman (TE) _____ ‘05-08_____2491

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

4. Victor Bailey ____________ ‘90-92_____2144

5. Will Franklin ____________ ‘04-07_____2125

6. Jeremy Maclin__________'07-'08_____2107

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. Tommy Saunders_______'05-'08_____1447

12. Hank Burnine __________ ‘53-55_____1445


Maclin stands to make a big move during the next game and should land in 3rd place.  Coffman has obviously just about lost his chance to pass Gage for the all time Mizzou and National TE record, but that is alright.  And look who is sneaking on to the list past Mizzou great and RMN favorite Hank Burnine....Mr. Tommy Saunders.  Decent shot at Kenny Holly, but should at least two more spots here before it is all said and done.



Receiving TD's:

1. Chase Coffman (TE) _____ ‘05-08_______ 27

2. Jeremy Maclin__________'07-'08_______19

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

    Justin Gage ____________ ‘99-02______ 18

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


One more for Maclin on the gorgeous slant, giving him 2nd spot all to himself. is not tracking anyone else.  As best I can tell, Saunders has 8 TD's in his career now (including 5 this season), so a couple more would tie him for 10th at 10 with Gibler, Marshall and Winslow.



Kicker Scoring:

24. Jeff Jaeger____________'83-'86_____358

      Dusty Mangum_________'01-'04_____358

26. Justin Medlock_________'02-'06_____357

27. Pat McAfee____________active______356

28. Garrett Rivas__________'03-'06_____354

29. Kevin Butler___________'81-'84_____353

      John Lee_____________'82-'85_____353

      Max Zendajas__________'82-85_____353

32. Derek Mahoney________'90-'93_____351

33. Martin Gramatica_______'94-'98_____349

34. Colt David____________active______342

35. Brett Jaekle___________active______341

36. Jeff Wolfert__________ ‘06-08_____ 340


With Mizzou's 52 points, Wolfert is back to his standard 10 point effort he had for much of the early season.  So...let's go ahead and move this over to a national list.  And we get to see some fun names on this list, so why not.  Also interesting to see so many names from the 80's on here...before video games made all coaches stupid and always going for it on 4th downs.  He will actually be a little further down the list, as there are four other active kickers in front of him, including Kevin Kelly from Penn State who is now 3rd all time.  Wolfer is the active leader in points per game of the kickers with 8.9 per game and has on average 11 fewer games (obviously) as anyone else who is active is also a senior.




1. Brian Smith__________'03-'06_____31.5

2. Justin Smith_________'98-'00_____22.5

3. Lorenzo Williams_____'04-'07_____19

4. Stryker Sulak________'05-'08_____18.5

5. Rick Lyle____________'90-'93______18

6. Bobby Bell___________'81-'83______17
    Steve Martin__________'92-'95______17

    Antwaun Bynum_______'00-'02______17

9. Xzavie Jackson_______'03-'06______16.5

10 C.J. Mosely__________'02-'04______15.5

11. Ziggy Hood_________'05-'08______14.5


No sacks in the game...something the Mizzou defense has been sorely missing the past few weeks.




1. Adrian Jones________'86-'89________15

2. Ken Baston_________'63-'65________14

    Bill Whitaker_________'77-'80________14

4. Erik McMillan________'84-'87_________13

5. Eric Wright__________'78-'80________11

    William Moore______'05-'08_________11

7. Roger Wehrli________'66-'68________10

    Harold Piersey_______'95-'98________10

    Kevin McIntosh_______'91-'94________10


Willy Mo finally ties Eric Wright.  Let's hope he makes a late charge here.  If he does, I have to like our chances in our last three games.