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1. Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma (2004-06)
Stats: 747 att., 4,045 yds, 41 TD, 24 rec., 198 yds, TD
The BCS version of Herschel Walker or Bo Jackson was the three-year star
from Palestine (Texas) High. A three-time first-team All-Big 12 runner
finished No. 2 in the Heisman Trophy voting as a true freshman in 2004. His
1,925 yards was an NCAA record for a true freshman and it earned him
unanimous All-American honors. Despite missing chunks of time with injuries
in each of his next two seasons, “All Day” Peterson still topped 1,000
yards and 12 touchdowns. His natural blend of power, speed, size and balance
has never been duplicated during the BCS era. He rushed for 970 yards for
the Vikings in 2011 in a season shortened by a torn ACL, the only time since
high school that A.D. hasn’t rushed for at least 1,000 yards. He is the
Sooners No. 3 all-time leading rusher.
2. Ricky Williams, Texas (1995-98)
Stats: 1,011 att., 6,279 yds, 72 TD, 85 rec., 927 yds, 3 TD
One of Williams’ spectacular seasons took place during the BCS era so he is
eligible. The power back from San Diego gave fans in Austin a preview of
things to come when he rushed for 990 yards as a true freshman fullback. His
two-year run as an upperclassmen may never be matched as he posted back-to-
back seasons with at least 1,800 yards and 25 rushing touchdowns. Williams
was a two-time consensus All-American, a two-time Doak Walker Award winner,
a two-time Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year and claimed the Maxwell Award
, Walter Camp Award and Heisman Trophy as a senior. He left school as the
NCAA’s all-time leading rusher (since broken) and he is one of four players
to ever score at least 70 rushing touchdowns.
3. Ron Dayne, Wisconsin (1996-99)
Stats: 1,220 att., 7,125 yds, 71 TD, 31 rec., 304 yds
Williams’ NCAA rushing record didn’t last for very long as the New Jersey
native came along the next year to break the record held by Williams and,
before that, by Pitt's Tony Dorsett and Ohio State's Archie Griffin. Dayne
is the only player in history with 7,000 yards rushing and is one of four
players to score at least 70 rushing touchdowns. He carried the ball more
than any player in history (1,220) and he owns multiple BCS bowl rushing
records with his two Rose Bowl MVP performances. He capped his illustrious
career with a 2,000-yard Heisman Trophy and Big Ten championship season. The
consensus All-American won Big Ten Player of the Year, Maxwell, Walter Camp
and Doak Walker recognition in his final season in Madison.
4. Darren McFadden, Arkansas (2005-07)
Stats: 785 att., 4,590 yds, 41 TD, 46 rec., 365 yds, 2 TD (2, 2)
When it comes to pure breakaway speed and big play ability, few can match
Run-DMC’s talent. The North Little Rock prospect finished second in Heisman
balloting in back-to-back seasons, coming up just short to Troy Smith in
2006 and Tim Tebow in 2007. McFadden won the Doak Walker and SEC Offensive
Player of the Year awards in both consensus All-American seasons. His 4,590
yards is No. 2 all-time in SEC history to only Herschel Walker. He helped
lead Arkansas to the SEC Championship Game in 2006 but came up short against
eventual national champion Florida.
5. LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU (1997-00)
Stats: 943 att., 5,387 yds, 43 TD, 43 rec., 267
Tomlinson might be the greatest NFL running back in history so some may feel
he is getting slighted for being No. 5 on this list. The mid-level recruit
from Rosebud (Texas) Waco had one of the greatest careers in NCAA history.
After two solid but uneventful seasons, L.T. took over the national scene as
a junior with 1,974 yards and 20 touchdowns, including the NCAA single-game
rushing record of 406 yards against UTEP. He backed that up with another 2,
158 yards and 22 scores, winning the Doak Walker, his second WAC Offensive
Player of the Year award, consensus All-American honors and a fourth place
finish in the Heisman voting. He scored 162 TDs in his NFL career.
6. Reggie Bush, USC (2003-05)
Stats: 433 att., 3,169 yds, 25 TD, 95 rec., 1,301 yds, 13 TD, 2,081 ret. yds
, 3 TD
The superstar recruit from La Mesa (Calif.) Helix brought a unique skill set
to the evolving running back position. Sort of a first of his kind, the all
-purpose talent was unstoppable with the ball in his hands. He played a
prominent role on the 2003 National Championship team before providing 908
yards rushing, 509 yards receiving, nearly 1,000 return yards and 15 total
touchdowns during USC’s 2004 romp to a second national title. He exploded
as a junior, rushing for 1,740 yards on a ridiculous 8.7 yards per carry and
scoring 19 total touchdowns, coming up just short of his third national
title. He earned his second consecutive Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year
award as well as the Doak Walker, Walter Camp and Heisman Trophy. His career
7.3 per carry average is fourth all-time and his legacy is only vaguely
tarnished by the scandal that put USC on probation and caused him to "return
" his Heisman.
7. Darren Sproles, Kansas State (2001-04)
Stats: 815 att., 4,979 yds, 45 TD, 66 rec., 609 yds, 2 TD, 1,224 ret yds, TD
Few players have ever been as valuable to their school as the diminutive
Sproles was to Kansas State. The all-purpose dynamo rushed for at least 1,
300 yards in three straight seasons and he helped lead the Wildcats to an
improbable Big 12 championship in 2003. His 323 yards from scrimmage and
four total touchdowns against Oklahoma in the title game will go down in
history as arguably the greatest single game performance by any Wildcat in
history. The Sunflower State native finished fifth in the Heisman voting
that year and has proven himself by carving out an extremely productive
niche in the NFL as an all-purpose talent.
8. Ray Rice, Rutgers (2005-07)
Stats: 910 att., 4,926 yds, 49 TD, 37 rec., 334 yds, TD
Much like Sproles, Rice meant more to his team and university than most
everyone else on this list. He rushed for nearly 5,000 yards and 50
touchdowns in three years after back-to-back seasons with at least 335
carries, 1,794 yards and 20 touchdowns. He is second all-time in rushing
yards and carries in Big East history and has developed into one of the most
talented running backs in the NFL. A stout lower body has allowed the
smaller back from unlikely New Rochelle (N.Y.) High to withstand the
punishment of being a true workhorse, making him one of the game’s most
talented players.
9. Montee Ball, Wisconsin (2009-12)
Stats: 924 att., 5,140 yds, 77 TD, 59 rec., 598 yds, 6 TD
Ball won’t be confused with the most talented running backs of the BCS era
but few have been as successful and productive. No one player in the history
of the sport has scored as many touchdowns (77 rushing, 83 total) as the
Missouri native. He also finished fourth in the Heisman balloting as a
junior and won the Doak Walker as senior while leading the Badgers to three
straight Big Ten championships. His 39 touchdowns in 2011 tied Barry Sanders
for the all-time single-season record and Ball earned consensus All-
American honors in both seasons.
10. DeAngelo Williams, Memphis (2002-05)
Stats: 969 att., 6,026 yds, 55 TD, 70 rec., 723 yds, 5 TD, 824 ret yds
Not many players have claimed three conference player of the year honors but
the Wynne (Ark.) High prospect did so in Conference USA for Memphis. He
finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting in 2005 after his second straight
1,900-yard season. He is one of only three players with at least 6,000 yards
rushing and he scored 60 total touchdowns during his career. Only once (
2003) did Williams not average more than 6.0 yards per carry.
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11. Cedric Benson, Texas (2001-04)
Stats: 1,112 att., 5,540 yds, 64 TD, 69 rec., 621 yds, 3 TD (6, 6)
The Longhorns running back is one of the most productive running backs in
history. He finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting two separate times
and is one of only six players to score at least 60 rushing touchdowns. The
Midland (Texas) Lee star posted four season of at least 1,050 yards and 12
touchdowns while in Austin.
12. Trent Richardson, Alabama (2009-11)
Stats: 540 att., 3,130 yds, 35 TD, 68 rec., 730 yds, 7 TD, 720 ret. yds, TD
(3)
Richardson is one of the most physically imposing running backs to ever play
the game. The Pensacola product only started for one season but became the
only SEC running back to rush for 20 touchdowns in a season. He won two
national titles and is one of the rarest combinations of size, speed and
agility.
13. Mark Ingram, Alabama (2008-10)
Stats: 572 att., 3,261 yds, 42 TD, 60 rec., 670 yds, 4 TD
Ingram is the only Heisman winner in Alabama’s storied history, and he
might not have been the best back on his own team. From Flint, Mich., Ingram
led Bama to the national championship in 2009 with 1,658 yards and 17
scores. It was his only 1,000-yard season while in Tuscaloosa. No Bama
player has scored more rushing touchdowns than Ingram.
14. C.J. Spiller, Clemson (2006-09)
Stats: 606 att., 3,547 yds, 32 TD, 123 rec., 1,420 yds, 11 TD, 2,621 ret.
yds, 8 TD
Versatility and explosiveness are the words that come to mind when dealing
with Spiller. With elite burst and big-play ability, Clemson used Spiller as
a multi-faceted weapon. He is No. 2 in ACC history in yards from scrimmage
and total touchdowns and is the NCAA’s all-time leader with seven kickoff
return touchdowns.
15. LaMichael James, Oregon (2009-11)
Stats: 771 att., 5,082 yds, 53 TD, 51 rec., 586 yds, 4 TD
Few players accomplished more in three seasons than James. Three straight 1,
500-yard campaigns, a Doak Walker Award, consensus All-American honors and a
trip to the BCS title game make the speedy and allusive back one of the BCS
era’s greatest tailbacks. The Texarkana, Texas, native finished third in
the Heisman voting in 2010 and 10th in 2011.
16. Steven Jackson, Oregon State (2000-03)
Stats: 743 att., 3,625 yds, 39 TD, 66 rec., 680 yds, 6 TD
From a pure talent standpoint, Jackson is the best Oregon State player of
all-time and is one of the most talented runners of the BCS era. The Las
Vegas native led the nation in rushing two straight seasons and owns the OSU
single-season rushing record. He has eight consecutive 1,000-yard seasons
in the NFL for a team that rarely pressed for the postseason.
17. Larry Johnson, Penn State (1999-02)
Stats: 460 att., 2,953 yds, 26 TD, 65 rec., 681 yds, 7 TD, 1,181 ret. yds, 3
TD (3)
The State College prospect only started for one season, but that one year
was special. He rushed for 2,087 yards and 20 touchdowns on 7.7 yards per
carry in '02, earning consensus All-American honors as well as winning the
Doak Walker, Maxwell and Walter Camp Awards. He finished third in the
Heisman Trophy race and brought elite size and speed to the backfield.
18. Toby Gerhart, Stanford (2006-09)
Stats: 671 att., 3,522 yds, 44 TD, 39 rec., 395 yds
The Norco (Calif.) High prospect had just 515 yards and one touchdown
entering his junior year. In two years as the starter, Gerhart posted 43
rushing touchdowns and over 3,000 yards in his final two seasons. He won the
Doak Walker and Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year awards and earned
consensus All-American honors by leading the nation in rushing touchdowns (
28), attempts (343) and yards (1,871).
19. Quentin Griffin, Oklahoma (1999-02)
Stats: 714 att., 3,842 yds, 43 TD, 154 rec., 1,282 yds, 7 TD
A steady performer in both the running and receiving game, Griffin blossomed
as a superstar in his senior season. He rushed for 783 yards and 16
touchdowns while catching 45 passes for the unbeaten 2000 National Champions
before exploding in his final season in 2002. He finished 10th in the
Heisman voting after 1,884 yards rushing and 18 total touchdowns in 2002.
20. Shaun Alexander, Alabama (1996-99)
Stats: 727 att., 3,565 yds, 41 TD, 62 rec., 798 yds, 8 TD
Alexander was a steady, four-year player at Alabama. The Florence, Ky.,
talent is the all-time leading rusher in Alabama history and he capped his
career with an SEC Offensive Player of the Year season when he scored 23
total touchdowns and rushed for a career high 1,383 yards rushing in 1999.
21. Steve Slaton, West Virginia (2005-07)
Stats: 664 att., 3,923 yds, 50 TD, 65 rec., 805 yds, 5 TD (4)
The mid-level recruit from Pennsylvania showed college coaches around the
nation what they missed on by rushing for at least 1,000 yards and 16
touchdowns in each of his three seasons. His speed and big-play potential
fit perfectly in Rich Rodriguez’s zone read scheme, and had he not left
early for the NFL, would have rewritten the WVU record books.
22. Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech (2001-03)
Stats: 616 att., 3,475 yds, 35 TD, 24 rec., 229 yds
Jones was one of the most important signings of the Frank Beamer era out of
Chester, Pa. His talent was obvious from day one as he nearly topped 1,000
yards in three straight seasons. His 1,647-yard, 21-TD junior year earned
him consensus All-American honors and led him to depart early for the NFL.
Jones was the first in a long line of elite Hokies running backs.
23. Avon Cobourne, West Virginia (1999-02)
Stats: 1,023 att., 5,039 yds, 42 TD, 57 rec., 459 yds
The Big East’s all-time leading rusher burst onto the scene with a 1,138-
yard, 10-TD season as a true freshman in 1999. The Camden, N.J., prospect
capped his stellar four-year starting career with a 1,710-yard, 17-TD season
as a senior. The short but burly back was a true workhorse who still sits
atop the Mountaineers all-time rushing list.
24. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma (2007-10)
Stats: 759 att., 3,685 yds, 50 TD, 157 rec., 1,571 yds, 13 TD, 1,462 ret.
yds, 2 TD
An underrated talent from Las Vegas, Murray was as productive across the
board as any player in Sooners history. He is sixth in school history in
rushing, first in total touchdowns, fixth in receptions and No. 1 in all-
purpose yards.
25. Chris Perry, Michigan (2000-03)
Stats: 794 att., 3,657 yds, 39 TD, 64 rec., 569 yds, 2 TD
Perry capped a solid Michigan career with an elite Doak Walker-winning,
Heisman finalist season in 2003. He claimed Big Ten Offensive Player of the
Year honors and was a consensus All-American. Perry touched the ball 382
times on offense for 2,041 yards and 20 touchdowns in his final season.
26. Marshawn Lynch, Cal (2004-06)
Stats: 490 att., 3,230 yds, 29 TD, 68 rec., 600 yds, 6 TD, 744 ret yds
Beast mode started back in Berkeley where Lynch averaged 6.6 yards per carry
over a three-year college career. He never had one elite season but his 1,
684-yards from scrimmage, 15-total touchdown season led to a Pac-10
Offensive Player of the Year award in 2006. His power and speed was obvious
ever since he signed with Cal out of Oakland (Calif.) Technical.
27. Cadillac Williams, Auburn (2001-04)
Stats: 741 att., 3,831 yds, 45 TD, 45 rec., 342 yds, TD, 911 ret. yds
He never got the ball all to himself and that likely keeps him from being in
the top 25. He topped out in 2003 with 1,307 yards and 17 touchdowns before
his second 1,000-yard season during the unbeaten 2004 campaign. He has
scored more rushing touchdowns than anyone in school history and is No. 2 to
only Bo Jackson in rushing.
28. Michael Turner, Northern Illinois (2000-03)
Stats: 940 att., 4,941 yds, 43 TD, 43 rec., 451 yds, 3 TD, 646 ret. yds, 2
TD
Turner the Burner was a star in DeKalb before blossoming as an NFL workhorse
. He had three seasons with at least 1,000 yards from scrimmage and at least
two with 1,900 yards from scrimmage. He isn’t the MAC’s all-time leading
rusher, but he is the league’s most talented running back alum.
29. Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State (2008-10)
Stats: 788 att., 3,877 yds, 46 TD, 151 rec., 1,056 yds, 5 TD
Little “Quizz” defied logic by producing at workhorse levels despite his 5
-foot-7 stature. He carried at least 250 times in all three seasons and
never rushed for less than 1,184 yards. He also averaged over 50 receptions
per season and won the 2008 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year award.
30. Ken Simonton, Oregon State (1998-01)
Stats: 1,023 att., 4,959 yds, 58 TD, 58 rec., 472 yds, TD
A four-year starter who rushed for at least 1,000 yards in each season prior
to his senior year. He set the school's single-season rushing record (since
broken) and is the all-time leading rusher at a program known for its
running backs.
Related: The Top 50 Quarterbacks of the BCS Era
31. Maurice Jones-Drew, UCLA (2003-05)
Stats: 481 att., 2,503 yds, 26 TD, 64 rec., 819 yds, 7 TD, 1,366 ret. yds, 6
TD
Formerly Maurice Drew, the UCLA tailback was a consensus All-American in
2005, yet never rushed for more than 1,007 yards in any season. An all-
around talent.
32. Anthony Thomas, Michigan (1997-00)
Stats: 867 att., 4,230 yds, 52 TD, 79 rec., 762 yds, TD
Michigan's No. 4 rusher with three straight seasons with at least 15 rushing
TDs. Was a big part of the Wolverines unbeaten national title as a freshman.
33. Michael Hart, Michigan (2004-07)
Stats: 1,015 att., 5,040 yds, 41 TD, 67 rec., 566 yds, 2 TD
Michigan's all-time leading rusher was a consistent overachiever. The hard
worker got the most of his ability led his team to two Rose Bowls.
34. Kevin Smith, UCF (2005-07)
Stats: 905 att., 4,679 yds, 45 TD, 55 rec., 444 yds, TD
Posted the NCAA's No. 2 season with 2,567 yards on an NCAA record 450
carries to go with 29 rushing touchdowns. Level of competition is only knock.
35. Thomas Jones, Virginia (1996-99)
Stats: 823 att., 4,065 yds, 37 TD, 72 rec., 578 yds, 4 TD
A consensus All-American who finished eighth in the Heisman voting ('99) and
is Virginia's all-time leading rusher.
36. Willis McGahee, Miami (2001-02)
Stats: 349 att., 2,067 yds, 31 TD, 28 rec., 355 yds
One-year starter who was a consensus All-American, conference player of the
year and finished fourth in the Heisman while leading Miami to a second BCS
title game in a row.
37. Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois (2004-06)
Stats: 807 att., 5,164 yds, 52 TD, 58 rec., 588 yds, 5 TD
Explosive tailback who posted career LOWS of 242 carries, 1,580 yards and 16
TDs (all in 2005). Could have been an all-time great had he not left early.
38. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford (2009-12)
Stats: 843 att., 4,300 yds, 40 TD, 97 rec., 778 yds, 5 TD
Workhorse back who is Stanford's all-time leading rusher after three
straight seasons with at least 250 touches. Is No. 1 all-time in total
touchdowns scored (45) at Stanford.
39. Shonn Greene, Iowa (2005-08)
Stats: 376 att., 2,228 yds, 22 TD, 11 rec., 72 yds
Posted one elite Doak Walker-winning season after having to leave Iowa for
community college for one year. A consensus All-American and Big Ten
Offensive Player of the Year.
40. LenDale White, USC (2003-05)
Stats: 541 att., 3,159 yds, 52 TD, 31 rec., 331 yds, 5 TD
Leads USC all-time in rushing touchdowns and was the perfect compliment to
Reggie Bush for two national championship teams.
41. Travis Prentice, Miami (OH) (1996-99)
Stats: 1,138 att., 5,596 yds, 73 TD, 54 rec., 522 yds, 5 TD
42. Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina (2010-12)
Stats: 555 att., 2,677 yds, 38 TD, 74 rec., 767 yds, 3 TD
43. Kevin Faulk, LSU (1995-98)
Stats: 856 att., 4,557 yds, 46 TD, 53 rec., 600 yds, 4 TD
44. Ian Johnson, Boise State (2005-08)
Stats: 752 att., 4,184 yds, 58 TD, 60 rec., 642 yds, 1 TD
45. Knowshon Moreno, Georgia (2007-08)
Stats: 498 att., 2,734 yds, 30 TD, 53 rec., 645 yds, 2 TD
46. J.J. Arrington, Cal (2003-04)
Stats: 396 att., 2,625 yds, 20 TD, 42 rec., 299 yds, 3 TD
47. Chris Brown, Colorado (2001-02)
Stats: 493 att., 2,787 yds, 35 TD, 11 rec., 76 yds
48. Doug Martin, Boise State (2007-11)
Stats: 617 att., 3,431 yds, 43 TD, 67 rec., 715 yds, 4 TD, 739 ret. yds, TD
49. Javon Ringer, Michigan State (2005-08)
Stats: 843 att., 4,398 yds, 34 TD, 96 rec., 719 yds, TD
50. Damien Anderson, Northwestern (1998-01)
Stats: 925 att., 4,336 yds, 37 TD, 54 rec., 490 yds
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看到我大密的Chris perry 我又感动了。当年在bighouse马踏匈奴的雄姿啊

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: http://www.athlonsports.com/college-football/college-footballs-
: 1. Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma (2004-06)
: Stats: 747 att., 4,045 yds, 41 TD, 24 rec., 198 yds, TD
: The BCS version of Herschel Walker or Bo Jackson was the three-year star
: from Palestine (Texas) High. A three-time first-team All-Big 12 runner
: finished No. 2 in the Heisman Trophy voting as a true freshman in 2004. His
: 1,925 yards was an NCAA record for a true freshman and it earned him
: unanimous All-American honors. Despite missing chunks of time with injuries
: in each of his next two seasons, “All Day” Peterson still topped 1,000
: yards and 12 touchdowns. His natural blend of power, speed, size and balance

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