School records that may fall
September, 4, 2009
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Now we turn our attention to some of the school records that may be in danger this season:
Consecutive wins: Florida won 12 straight games during the 1995 season. The Gators enter this season on a 10-game winning streak.
Total offense: Chris Leak holds the school record with 11,380 yards. Tim Tebow enters the season with 8,427 yards.
Touchdown responsibility: Danny Wuerffel holds the school record with 122. Tebow enters the season with 110.
Career interceptions: Darryl Bishop holds the school record with 14. Trevard Lindley enters the season with nine.
Career scoring: Joey Worley holds the school record with 246 points. Lones Seiber enters the season with 232.
Career touchdown receptions by a tight end: Richard Dickson has 10 and can break the record with one more touchdown catch.
Career receptions by a tight end: Mitch Andrews holds the school record with 87. Dickson enters the season with 69.
Career rushing: Jerious Norwood holds the school record with 3,212 yards. Anthony Dixon enters the season with 2,603 yards.
Career sacks: Eric Norwood had two in the opener against North Carolina State and now has 24, which is 2.5 away from breaking the record of 26, held by Andrew Provence.
Kickoff return yards: Dick Harris holds the school record with 1,946 yards. Chris Culliver enters the season with 1,630 yards.
Career interception return yardage: The NCAA record is held by Florida State’s Terrell Buckley, who had 501 return yards from 1989-91. Eric Berry enters the season with 487 yards.
Career interceptions: Tim Priest holds the school record with 18. Berry enters the season with 12.
Career sacks: Alan Young holds the school record with 21.5. Broderick Stewart enters the season with 16.
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