Gamecock Football Record Book – Updated Sept 18

Several current Gamecocks are going to have their names in the record books when their time is done in Columbia.  Here are where several stand among the all time greats after this week.

Career Passing Yards
1. Todd Ellis 9,953
2. Steve Tanneyhill       8,782
3. Stephen Garcia 7,209
4. Blake Mitchell 5,992

 

Career Passing Touchdowns
1. Steve Tanneyhill 62
2. Todd Ellis 49
3. Stephen Garcia 45

More record book after the break.

Career Rushing Yards
15. Bishop Strickland 1,965
16. Duce Staley 1,852
Andrew Pinnock 1,852
18. Rob DeBoer 1,810
19. Marcus Lattimore 1,731
20. Mike Davis 1,658

 

Career Rushing Touchdowns
1. George Rogers 31
Harold Green 31
3. Brandon Bennett 27
Andrew Pinnock 27
5. Jeff Grantz 26
6. Marcus Lattimore 24
7. Cory Boyd 23

 

Single Game Rushing Yards
1. Brandon Bennett v ETSU ’91 278
2. Jeff Grantz v Ohio ’73 260
3. Steve Wadiak v Clemson ’50 256
4. Marcus Lattimore  v Navy ’11 246
5. George Rogers v Wake ’78 237

 

Career Receptions
4. Robert Brooks           156
5. Jermale Kelly 153
6. Alshon Jeffery 146
Fred Zeigler 146
8. Sidney Rice 142

 

Career Receiving Yards
1. Kenny McKinley      2,781
2. Sterling Sharpe 2,497
3. Alshon Jeffery 2,492
4. Zola Davis 2,354

 

Career Receiving Touchdowns
1. Sidney Rice 23
2. Robert Brooks 19
Jermale Kelly 19
Kenny McKinley 19
5. Sterling Sharpe 17
Zola Davis 17
7. Alshon Jeffery 16


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