Who is the leading rusher in Alabama history?
Alabama Crimson Tide Stats: All-Time Rushing Leaders
Who has the most rushing touchdowns in Alabama history?
Najee Harris He is the all-time leading rushing in Alabama Crimson Tide history with 3,843 yards on 638 yards for 6.0 yards per carry. He scored a program record 46 rushing touchdowns. Harris also holds the records for most scrimmage yards with 4,624 and total touchdowns with 57.
Who has the most career rushing yards in college football?
All games, including bowl games
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Who has the most receiving yards in Alabama history?
DeVonta Smith He is the all-time leader in receiving yards with 3,965, receptions with 235 and receiving touchdowns with 46. His yardage and touchdown totals are SEC career records.
Who has scored the most points in Alabama football history?
Held by Leigh Tiffin Tiffin is the son of Alabama legend Van Tiffin, and his dad — who owns the No. 4 spot — seemingly taught him everything he knows. He doesn’t just hold the record for most points scored by kicking. He holds the record for most points scored.
Who is the best Alabama football player?
1: Tua Tagovailoa, quarterback. Arguably the most dynamic player in Alabama history, Tagovailoa rewrote the Alabama record book during his time in Tuscaloosa. Even with his junior season cut short due to injury in 2019, Alabama’s sweet Hawaiian prince threw for 2,840 yards and 33 touchdowns.
Who has the most sacks in Alabama football history?
Alabama Career Sack Leaders The Alabama record book lists 27.0 by Derrick Thomas in 1988 as the most sacks in a single season, and he holds the career mark with 52.0 (1985-88).
Who is Alabama’s all-time rushing leader?
After his career with the Crimson Tide that spanned from the 1996 to 1999 seasons, Shaun Alexander graduated as Alabama’s career leader in rushes (727) and rushing yardage (3,565), though his yardage record was broken by Derrick Henry, who accrued 3,591 rushing yards from 2013 to 2015.
Who has the most tackles in Alabama football history?
After his career with the Crimson Tide that spanned from the 1983 to 1986 seasons, Wayne Davis graduated as Alabama’s career leader in tackles (327); Woodrow Lowe as the single-season leader with 134 in 1974; DeMeco Ryans set the single-game record with 25 against Arkansas in 2003.
Alabama Crimson Tide football statistical leaders. Derrick Thomas holds every Alabama record for quarterback sacks with 52 during his career from the 1985 to 1988 seasons, 27 in 1988 and five in a single game against Texas A&M in 1988.