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  • 1. College Football Statistics
    Some things to think about..
  • 2. Some History…
    Princeton was the first school to be called college football national champions in 1869.
    They only played 2 games!!
  • 3. More history..
    Notre Dame has the most players in the College Football Hall of Fame.
    The West Virginia Mountaineers are the winningest Division I-A team (663-442-45) to have never won a national title.
  • 4. Did you know?
    In 1905, 18 men were killed in college football games, and 159 were permanently injured.
  • 5. Head injuries
    Concussions
    75%of head injuries are concussions
  • 6. Recent example of a concussion
    Picture of Tim Tibow getting hit. He did not return to the game due to the concussion he sustained.
  • 7. College football is one of the most heavily attended sports in the world.
  • 8. FACT: there are 119 teams in Division 1A college football
  • 9. Here are the leading scores, rushers, etc of Division 1A College Football for 2010.
  • 10. Leading National CHAMPS
    Princeton -- 28
    Yale -- 26
    Alabama -- 13
    Michigan -- 11
    Notre Dame -- 11
    USC -- 11
  • 11. Leading Rushers
    Denard Robinson, Michigan – 1096yds
    Cameron Newton, Auburn – 1077yds
    Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State – 1031yds
    Bilal Powell, Louisiana – 1003yds
    LaMichael James, Oregon – 971yds
  • 12. Highest QB Ratings
    Kellen Moore, Bosie State 190.3
    Ricky Stanzi, Iowa 174.9
    Cameron Newton, Auburn 172.1
    Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech 171.1
    Stephen Garcia, South Carolina 170.2
  • 13. Leading Receivers
    Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State -- 1112yds
    Greg Salas, Hawaii -- 1068yds
    KealohaPilares, Hawaii -- 891yds
    AlshonJeffery, South Carolina -- 848yds
    Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma -- 810yds
  • 14. Highest scoring
    Oregon 54.3
    Oklahoma State 49.5
    Boise State 47.5
    Utah 46.8
    Stanford 43.3
  • 15. National Leaders
  • 16. Fun Fact!
    On Saturday October 16th 2010 Michigan lost to Iowa 38 to 28.