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Football History

This page contains all-time results for every Vanderbilt football game ever played as well as a list of all major individual school records.


HISTORICAL FOOTBALL RESULTS


All-Time Record: 530-512-50

2003: 2-10, 1-7 SEC
Coach: Bobby Johnson


Mississippi (L, 24-21)
UT-Chattanooga (W, 51-6)
Auburn (L, 45-7)
@ Texas Christian (L, 30-14)
Georgia Tech (L, 24-17)
@ Mississippi State (L, 30-21)
Navy (L, 37-27)
Georgia (L, 27-8)
@ South Carolina (L, 35-24)
@ Florida (L, 35-17)
Kentucky (W, 28-17)
@ Tennessee (L, 48-0)

2002: 2-10, 0-8 SEC
Coach: Bobby Johnson


@ Georgia Tech (L, 45-3)
Furman (W, 49-18)
@ Auburn (L, 31-6)
@ Mississippi (L, 45-38)
South Carolina (L, 20-14)
Middle Tennessee State (L, 21-20)
@Georgia (L, 28-17)
Connecticut (W, 28-24)
Alabama (L, 30-8)
Florida (L, 21-17)
@ Kentucky (L, 41-21)
Tennessee (L, 24-0)

2002: 2-9, 0-8 SEC
Coach: Woody Widenhofer


Middle Tennessee State (L, 37-28)
Alabama (L, 10-9)
Richmond (W, 28-22)
Auburn (L, 24-21)
Georgia (L, 30-14)
@ South Carolina (L, 46-14)
@ Duke (W, 42-38)
@Florida (L, 71-13)
Kentucky (L, 56-30)
Tennessee (L, 38-0)
@ Mississippi (L, 38-27)

2000: 3-8, 1-7 SEC
Coach: Woody Widenhofer


Miami of Ohio (L, 33-30)
@ Alabama (L, 28-10)
Mississippi (L, 12-7)
Duke (W, 26-7)
@ Auburn (L, 33-0)
@ Wake Forest (W, 17-10)
@ Georgia (L, 29-19)
South Carolina (L, 30-14)
Florida (L, 43-20)
@Kentucky (W, 24-20)
Tennessee (L, 28-26)

1999: 5-6, 2-6 SEC
Coach: Woody Widenhofer


Alabama (L, 28-17)
Northern Illinois (W, 34-31)
@ Mississippi (W, 37-34, OT)
@ Duke (W, 31-14)
Mississippi State (L, 42-14)
The Citadel (W, 58-0)
Georgia (L, 27-17)
@ South Carolina (W, 11-10)
@ Florida (L, 13-6)
Kentucky (L, 19-17)
@ Tennessee (L, 38-10)

1998: 2-9, 1-7 SEC
Coach: Woody Widenhofer


@ Mississippi State (L, 42-0)
@ Alabama (L, 32-7)
Mississippi(L, 30-6)
@ Texas Christian (L, 19-16, OT)
Western Michigan (L, 27-24)
@ Georgia (L, 31-6)
South Carolina (W, 17-14)
Duke (W, 36-33)
Florida (L, 45-13)
@ Kentucky (L, 55-17)
Tennessee (L, 41-0)

1997: 3-8, 0-8 SEC
Coach: Woody Widenhofer


North Texas (W, 29-12)
Alabama (L, 20-0)
Texas Christian (W, 40-16)
@ Mississippi (L, 15-3)
LSU (L, 7-6)
@ Northern Illinois (W, 17-7)
Georgia (L, 34-13)
@ South Carolina (L, 35-3)
Florida (L, 35-3)
@ Kentucky (L, 21-10)
Tennessee (L, 17-10)

1996: 2-9, 0-8 SEC
Coach: Rod Dowhower


Notre Dame (L, 14-7)
@ Alabama (L, 35-26)
Mississippi (L, 20-9)
@ LSU (L, 35-0)
@ North Texas (W, 19-7)
@ Georgia (L, 13-2)
South Carolina (L, 27-0)
UAB (L, 31-15)
Florida (L, 28-21)
@ Kentucky (L, 25-0)
Tennessee (L, 14-7)

1995: 2-9, 1-7 SEC
Coach: Rod Dowhower


Alabama (L, 33-25)
@ Notre Dame (L, 41-0)
Texas Christian (L, 16-3)
Arkansas (L, 35-7)
Georgia (L, 17-6)
@ South Carolina (L, 52-14)
@ Mississippi (L, 21-10)
Kentucky (W, 14-10)
Louisiana Tech (W, 29-6)
@ Florida (L, 38-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 12-7)

1994: 5-6, 2-6 SEC
Coach: Gerry DiNardo


Wake Forest (W, 35-14)
@ Alabama (L, 17-7)
Mississippi (L, 20-14)
@ Arkansas (L, 42-6)
@ Cincinnati (W, 34-24)
@ Georgia (W, 43-30)
South Carolina (L, 19-16)
Northen Illinois (W, 17-16)
@ Kentucky (W, 24-6)
Florida (L, 24-7)
Tennessee (L, 65-0)

1993: 5-6, 2-6 SEC
Coach: Gerry DiNardo


@ Wake Forest (W, 27-12)
Alabama (W, Forfeit (6-17)
@ Mississippi (L, 49-7)
Auburn (L, 14-10)
Cincinnati (W, 17-7)
Georgia (L, 41-3)
@ South Carolina (L, 22-0)
Kentucky (W, 12-7)
Navy (W, 41-7)
@ Florida (L, 52-0)
@ Tennessee (L, 62-14)

1992: 4-7, 2-6 SEC
Coach: Gerry DiNardo


@ Alabama (L, 25-8)
Duke (W, 42027)
Mississippi (W, 31-9)
@ Auburn (L, 31-7)
Wake Forest (L, 40-6)
@ Georgia (L, 30-20)
South Carolina (L, 21-17)
@ Kentucky (W, 20-7)
@ Navy (W, 27-7)
Florida (L, 41-21)
@ Tennessee (L, 29-25)

1991: 5-6, 3-4 SEC
Coach: Gerry DiNardo


@ Syracuse (L, 37-10)
SMU (W, 14-11)
@ LSU (L, 16-14)
Alabama (L, 48-17)
@ Duke (L, 17-13)
Auburn (L, 24-22)
Georgia (W, 27-25)
@ Mississippi (W, 30-27)
@ Army (W, 41-10)
Kentucky (W, 17-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 45-0)

1990: 1-10, 1-6 SEC
Coach: Watson Brown


@ SMU (L, 44-7)
LSU (W, 24-21)
@ Alabama (L, 59-28)
Syracuse (L, 49-14)
@ Auburn (L, 56-6)
@ Georgia (L, 39-28)
Mississippi (L, 14-13)
@ Kentucky (L, 28-21)
Army (L, 42-38)
Wake Forest (L, 56-28)
Tennessee (L, 49-20)

1989: 1-10, 0-7 SEC
Coach: Watson Brown


@ Mississippi State (L, 42-7)
Ohio (W, 54-10)
Alabama (L, 20-14)
@ Memphis (L, 13-10)
@ Florida (L, 34-11)
Georgia (L, 35-16)
@ Mississippi (L, 24-16)
@ Virginia Tech (L, 18-0)
Kentucky (L, 15-11)
Tulane (L, 37-13)
@ Tennessee (L, 17-10)

1988: 3-8, 2-5 SEC
Coach: Watson Brown


Mississippi State (W, 24-20)
@ Rutgers (W, 31-30)
@ Alabama (L, 44-10)
Duke (L, 17-15)
@ Georgia (L, 41-22)
Florida (W, 24-9)
Mississippi (L, 36-28)
@ Kentucky (L, 14-13)
@ Army (L, 24-19)
@ Memphis (L, 28-9)
Tennessee (L, 14-7)

1987: 4-7, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Watson Brown


Memphis (W, 27-27)
@ Duke (L, 35-31)
Alabama (L, 30-23)
@ Tulane (L, 27-17)
@ Auburn (L, 48-15)
Georgia (L, 52-24)
@ Mississippi (L, 42014)
Rutgers (W, 27-13)
Kentucky (W, 38-29)
Maryland (W, 34-24)
@ Tennessee (L, 38-36)

1986: 1-10, 0-6 SEC
Coach: Watson Brown


@ Alabama (L, 42-10)
@ Maryland (L, 35-21)
Tulane (L, 35-17)
Duke (W, 24-18)
Auburn (L, 31-9)
@ Georgia (L, 38-16)
@ Mississippi (L, 28-12)
Memphis (L, 22-21)
@ Kentucky (L, 34-22)
@ Virginia Tech (L, 29-21)
Tennessee (L, 35-20)

1985: 3-7-1, 1-4-1 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre


UT-Chattanooga (W, 7-0)
@ Kansas (L, 42-16)
@ Iowa State (L, 20-17)
Alabama (L, 40-20)
@ Tulane (W, 24-17)
LSU (L, 49-7)
Georgia (T, 13-13)
@ Mississippi (L, 35-7)
Kentucky (W, 31-24)
Virginia Tech (38-24)
@ Tennessee (30-0)

1984: 5-6, 2-4 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre


Kansas State (W, 26-14)
@ Maryland (W, 23-14)
Kansas (W, 41-6)
@ Alabama (W, 30-21)
Tulane (L, 27-23)
@ LSU (L, 34-27)
@ Georgia (L, 62-35)
Mississippi (W, 37-20)
@ Kentucky (L, 27-18)
Virginia Tech (L, 23-3)
Tennessee (L, 29-13)

1983: 2-9, 0-6 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre


Maryland (L, 21-14)
Iowa State (W, 29-26)
Alabama (L, 44-24)
@ Tulane (W, 30-17)
@ Florida (L, 29-10)
Georgia (L, 20-13)
@ Mississippi (L, 21-14)
Memphis (L, 24-7)
Kentucky (L, 17-8)
@ Virginia Tech (L, 21-10)
@ Tennessee (L, 34-24)

1982: 8-4, 4-2 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre


@ Memphis (W, 24-14)
@ North Carolina (L, 34-10)
@ Alabama (L, 24-21)
Tulane (W, 24-21)
Florida (W, 31-29)
@ Georgia (L, 27-13)
Mississippi (W, 19-10)
@ Kentucky (W, 23-10)
Virginia Tech (W, 45-0)
UT-Chattanooga (W, 27-16)
Tennessee (W, 28-21)
Hall of Fame Bowl: Air Force (L, 36-28)

1981: 4-7, 1-5 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre


Maryland (W, 23-17)
@ Mississippi State (L, 29-9)
Alabama (L, 28-7)
@ Miami- FL (L, 48-16)
@ Tulane (L, 14-10)
Georgia (L, 53-21)
@ Mississippi (W, 27-23)
Memphis (W, 26-0)
Kentucky (L, 17-10)
UT-Chattanooga (W, 28-14)
@ Tennessee (L, 38-34)

1980: 2-9, 0-6 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre


@ Maryland (L, 23-17)
Mississippi State (L, 24-14)
@ Alabama (L, 41-0)
Tulane (L, 43-21)
@ Georgia (L, 41-0)
Mississippi (L, 27-14)
@ Memphis (L, 14-10)
@ Kentucky (L, 31-10)
Miami- FL (L 24-17)
UT-Chattanooga (W, 31-29)
Tennessee (L, 51-13)

1979 1-10, 0-6 SEC
Coach: George McIntyre

@ Indiana (L, 44-13)
The Citadel (L, 27-14)
Alabama (L, 66-3)
@ Tulane (L, 42-14)
@ Auburn (L, 52-34)
Georgia (L, 31-10)
@ Mississippi (L, 63-28)
Memphis (W, 13-3)
Kentucky (L, 29-10)
@ Air Force (L, 30-29)
@ Tennessee (L, 31-10)

1978: 2-9, 0-6 SEC
Coach: Fred Pancoast


@ Arkansas (L, 48-17)
Furman (W, 17-10)
@ Alabama (L, 38-3)
Tulane (L, 38-3)
Auburn (L, 49-7)
@ Georgia (L, 31-10)
Mississippi (L, 35-10)
@ Memphis (L, 35-14)
@ Kentucky (L, 53-2)
Air Force (W, 41-27)
Tennessee (L, 41-15)

1977: 2-9, 0-6 SEC
Coach: Fred Pancoast


@ Oklahoma (L, 25-23)
@ Wake Forest (W, 3-0)
Alabama (L, 24-12)
@ Tulane (L, 28-15)
LSU (L, 24-13)
Georgia (L, 24-13)
@ Mississippi (L, 26-14)
Kentucky (L, 28-6)
@ Air Force (L, 34-28)
Cincinnati (W, 13-9)
@ Tenessee (L, 42-7)

1976: 2-9, 0-6 SEC
Coach: Fred Pancoast


Oklahoma (L, 24-3)
Wake Forest (W, 27-24)
@ Alabama (L, 42-14)
Tulane (L, 24-13)
@ LSU (L, 33-20)
@ Georgia (L, 45-0)
Mississippi (L, 20-3)
@ Kentucky (L, 14-0)
Air Force (W, 34-10)
@ Cincinnati (L, 33-7)
Tennessee (L, 13-10)

1975: 7-4, 2-4 SEC
Coach: Fred Pancoast


UT-Chattanooga (W, 17-7)
@ Rice (W, 9-6)
Alabama (L, 40-6)
@ Tulane (W, 6-3)
@ Florida (L, 35-0)
Georgia (L, 47-3)
@ Mississippi (L, 17-7)
Virginia (W, 17-14)
Kentucky (W, 13-3)
Army (W, 23-14)
@ Tennessee (W, 17-14)

1974: 7-3-2, 2-3-1 SEC
Coach: Steve Sloan


UT-Chattanooga (W, 28-6)
VMI (W, 45-7)
@ Alabama (L, 32-10)
Florida (W, 24-10)
@ Georgia (L, 38-31)
Mississippi (W, 24-14)
@ Army (W, 38-14)
@ Kentucky (L, 38-12)
Tulane (W, 30-22)
@ Louisville (W, 44-0)
Tennessee (T, 21-21)
Peach Bowl: Texas Tech (T, 6-6)

1973: 5-6, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Steve Sloan


UT-Chattanooga (W, 14-12)
@ Mississippi State (L, 52-21)
Alabama (L, 44-0)
@ Virginia (W, 39-22)
William and Mary (W, 20-7)
Georgia (W, 18-14)
@ Mississippi (L, 24-14)
Kentucky (L, 27-17)
@ Tulane (L, 24-3)
Tampa (W, 18-16)
@ Tennessee (L, 20-17)

1972: 3-8, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Bill Pace


UT-Chattanooga (W, 24-7)
Mississippi State (L, 10-6)
@ Alabama (W, 48-21)
Virginia (W, 10-7)
@ William & Mary ((W, 21-17)
@ Georgia (L, 28-3)
Mississippi (L, 31-7)
Tulane (L, 21-7)
@ Kentucky (L, 14-13)
@ Tampa (L, 30-7)
Tennesee (L, 30-10)

1971: 4-6, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Bill Pace


UT-Chattanooga (W, 20-19)
Louisville (T, 0-0)
@ Mississippi State (W, 49-19)
@ Virginia (L, 27-23)
Alabama (L, 42-0)
@ Georgia (L, 24-0)
@ Mississippi (L, 28-7)
@ Tulane (W, 13-9)
Kentucky (L, 14-7)
Tampa (W, 10-9)
@ Tennessee (L, 19-7)

1970: 4-7, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Bill Pace


UT-Chattanooga (W, 39-6)
The Citadel (W, 52-0)
@ Mississippi State (L, 20-6)
North Carolina (L, 10-6)
@ Alabama (L, 35-11)
@ Georgia (L, 37-3)
Mississippi State (L, 26-16)
Tulane (L, 10-7)
@ Kentucky (W, 18-17)
@ Tampa (W, 36-28)
Tennessee (L, 24-6)

1969: 4-6, 2-3 SEC
Coach: Bill Pace


@ Michigan (L, 14-12)
Army (L, 16-6)
@ North Carolina (L 38-22)
Alabama (W, 14-10)
Georgia (L, 40-8)
@ Florida (L, 41-20)
@ Tulane (W, 26-23)
Kentucky (W, 42-6)
Davidson (W, 63-8)
@ Tennessee (L, 40-27)

1968: 5-4-1, 2-3-1 SEC
Coach: Bill Pace


VMI (W, 25-12)
@ Army (W, 17-13)
North Carolina (L, 8-7)
@ Alabama (L, 31-7)
@ Georgia (L, 32-6)
Florida (T, 14-14)
Tulane (W, 21-7)
@ Kentucky (W, 6-0)
@ Davidson (W, 53-20)
Tennessee (L, 17-10)

1967: 2-7-1, 0-6
Coach: Bill Pace


Georgia Tech (L, 17-10)
William & Mary (W, 14-10)
@ North Carolina (W, 21-7)
Alabama (L, 35-21)
@ Florida (L, 27-22)
@ Tulane (L, 27-14)
@ Kentucky (L, 12-7)
@ Navy (T, 35-35)
Mississippi (L, 28-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 41-14)

1966: 1-9, 0-6 SEC
Coach: Jack Green


The Citadel (W, 24-0)
@ Georgia Tech (L, 42-0)
Florida (L, 13-0)
@ Virginia Tech (L, 21-6)
@ Alabama (L, 42-6)
Tulane (L, 13-12)
@ Kentucky (L, 14-10)
Navy (L, 30-14)
@ Mississippi (L, 34-0)
@ Tennessee (L, 28-0)

1965: 2-7-1, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Jack Green


Georgia Tech (T, 10-10)
@ Georgia (L, 24-10)
@ Wake Forest (L, 7-0)
Alabama (L, 22-7)
Virginia Tech (W, 21-10
@ Mississippi (L, 24-7)
@ Tulane (W, 13-0)
Kentucky (L, 34-0)
Miami- FL (L, 28-14)
@ Tennessee (L, 21-3)

1964: 3-6-1, 1-4 SEC
Coach: Jack Green


@ Georgia Tech (L, 14-2)
Georgia (L, 7-0)
@ Alabama (L, 24-0)
Wake Forest (W, 9-6)
@ George Washington (W, 14-0)
Mississippi (T, 7-7)
@ Kentucky (L, 22-21)
Tulane (L, 7-2)
Miami (L, 35-17)
Tennessee (W, 7-0)

1963: 1-7-2, 0-5-2 SEC
Coach: Jack Green


Furman (L, 14-13)
@ Georgia (L, 20-0)
Alabama (L, 21-6)
Florida (L, 21-0)
@ Mississippi (L, 27-7)
@ Boston College (L, 19-16)
Kentucky (T, 0-0)
@ Tulane (T, 10-10)
George Washington (W, 31-0)
Tennessee (L, 14-0)

1962: 1-9, 1-6 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


@ West Virginia (L, 26-0)
Georgia (L, 10-0)
@ Alabama (L, 17-7)
The Citadel (L, 21-6)
@ Florida (L, 42-7)
Mississippi (L, 35-0)
Boston College (L, 22-7)
@ Kentucky (L, 7-0)
@ Tulane (W, 20-0)
Tennessee (L, 30-0)

1961: 2-8, 1-6 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


West Virginia (W, 16-6)
@ Georgia (W, 21-0)
Alabama (L, 35-6)
@ UCLA (L, 28-21)
Florida (L, 7-0)
@ Mississippi (L, 47-0)
Kentucky (L, 31-6)
@ Tulane (L, 17-14)
South Carolina (L, 23-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 41-7)

1960: 3-7, 1-6 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


Georgia (L, 18-7)
@ Alabama (L, 21-0)
Mississippi (L, 26-0)
@ Florida (L, 12-0)
@ Marquette (W, 23-6)
Clemson (W, 22-20)
@ Kentucky (L, 27-0)
William & Mary (W, 22-8)
Tulane (L, 20-0)
Tennessee (L, 35-0)

1959: 5-3-2, 3-2-2
Coach: Art Guepe


@ Georgia (L, 21-6)
Alabama (T,7-7)
Mississippi (L, 33-0)
Florida (W, 13-6)
@ Virginia (W, 33-0)
@ Minnesota (L, 20-6)
Kentucky (W, 11-6)
@ Tulane (T, 6-6)
Florence State (W, 42-6)
@ Tennessee (W, 14-0)

1958: 5-2-3, 2-1-3 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


@ Missouri (W, 12-8)
Georgia (W, 21-14)
@ Alabama (T, 0-0)
Clemson (L, 12-7)
@ Florida (T, 6-6)
Virginia (W, 39-6)
@ Miami-FL (W, 28-15)
@ Kentucky (T, 0-0)
Tulane (W, 12-0)
Tennessee (L, 10-6)

1957: 5-3-2, 3-3-1 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


Missouri (T, 7-7)
@ Georgia (W, 9-6)
Alabama (T, 6-6)
Mississippi (L, 28-0)
@ Penn State (W, 32-20)
LSU (W, 7-0)
Kentucky (W, 12-7)
@ Florida (L, 14-7)
The Citadel (L, 27-0)
@ Tennessee (L, 20-6)

1956: 5-5, 2-5 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


Georgia UT-Chattanooga (W, 46-7)
@ Alabama (W, 32-6)
@ Mississippi (L, 16-0)
Florida (L, 21-7)
@ MTSU (W, 23-13)
@ Virginia (W, 6-2)
@ Kentucky (L, 7-6)
Tulane (L, 13-6)
Tennessee (L, 27-7)

1955: 8-3, 4-3 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


@ Georgia (L, 14-13)
Alabama (W, 21-6)
@ Mississippi (L, 13-0)
@ UT-Chattanooga (W, 12-0)
MTSU (W, 46-0)
Virginia (W, 34-6)
Kentucky (W, 34-0)
@ Tulane (W, 20-7)
Florida (W, 21-8)
@ Tennessee (L, 20-14)
Gator Bowl: Auburn (W, 25-13)

1954: 2-7, 1-5 SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


@ Baylor (L, 25-19)
@ Alabama (L, 28-14)
Mississippi (L, 22-7)
@ Georgia (L, 1-14)
@ Rice (L, 34-13)
@ Kentucky (L, 19-7)
Tulane (L, 6-0)
Villanova (W, 34-19)
Tennessee (W, 26-0)

1953: 3-5-2, 1-4-1- SEC
Coach: Art Guepe


@ Pennsylvania (L, 13-7)
Alabama (L, 21-12)
@ Mississippi (L, 28-6)
@ Baylor (L, 47-6)
Virginia (W, 28-13)
Georgia Tecn (L, 43-0)
Kentucky (L, 40-14)
@ Tulane (W, 21-7)
MTSU (W, 31-13)
@ Tennessee (L, 33-6)

1952: 3-5-2, 1-4-1
Coach: Bill Edwards


Georgia (L, 19-7)
@ Virginia (L, 27-0)
@ Northwestern (T, 20-20)
@ Mississippi (T, 21-21)
Florida (W, 20-13)
@ Georgia Tecn (L, 30-0)
Washington & Lee (W, 67-7)
@ Miami-FL (W, 9-0)
@ Tulane (L, 17-6)
Tennessee (L, 46-0)

1951: 6-5, 3-5 SEC
Coach: Bill Edwards


MTSU (W, 22-7)
@ Auburn (L, 24-14)
Alabama (W, 22-20)
@ Mississippi (W, 34-20)
@ Florida (L, 33-13)
Georgia Tech (L, 8-7)
UT-Chattanooga (W, 19-14)
@ LSU (W, 20-13)
Tulane (L, 14-10)
Memphis (W, 13-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 35-27)

1950: 7-4, 3-4 SEC
Coach: Bill Edwards


MTSU (W, 47-0)
Auburn (W, 41-0)
Alabama (W, 27-22)
Mississippi (W, 20-14)
Florida (L, 31-27)
@ Arkansas (W, 14-13)
@ UT-Chattanooga (W, 34-12)
LSU (L, 33-7)
@ Memphis (W, 29-13)
@ Tulane (L, 35-6)
Tennessee (L, 43-0)

1949: 5-5, 4-4 SEC
Coach: Bill Edwards


@ Georgia Tech (L, 12-7)
Alabama (W, 14-7)
Mississippi (W, 28-27)
@ Florida (W, 22-17)
Arkansas (L, 7-6)
Auburn (W, 26-7)
@ LSU (L, 33-13)
Tulane (L, 41-14)
Marshall (@, 27-6)
@ Tennessee (L, 26-20)

1948: 8-2, 4-2-1 SEC
Coach: Red Sanders


Georgia Tech (L, 13-0)
@ Alabama (T, 14-14)
@ Mississippi (L, 20-7)
@ Kentucky (W, 26-7)
@ Yale (W, 35-0)
@ Auburn (W, 47-0)
LSU (W, 48-7)
Marshall (W, 56-0)
Maryland (W, 34-0)
Tennessee (W, 28-6)
@ Miami-FL (W, 33-6)

1947: 6-4, 3-3- SEC
Coach: Red Sanders


@ Northwestern (W, 3-0)
Alabama (W, 14-7)
Mississippi (W, 10-6)
Kentucky (L, 14-0)
LSU (L, 19-13)
Auburn (W, 28-0)
Tennessee Tech (W, 68-0)
@ Miami-FL (W, 33-7)
Maryland (L, 20-6)
@ Tennessee (L, 12-7)

1946: 5-4, 3-4 SEC
Coach: Red Sanders


Tennessee Tech (W, 35-0)
@ Mississippi (W, 7-0)
Florida (W, 20-0)
@ Kentucky (L, 10-7)
LSU (L, 14-0)
@ Auburn (W, 19-0)
North Carolina St. (W, 7-0)
@ Alabama (L, 12-7)
Tennessee (L, 7-6)

1945: 3-6, 2-4 SEC
Coach: Doby Bartling


Tennessee Tech (W, 12-0)
Mississippi (L, 14-7)
@ Florida (W, 7-0)
Kentucky (W, 19-6)
@ LSU (L, 39-7)
VMI (L, 27-13)
UT-Chattanooga (L, 13-6)
Alabama (L, 71-0)
@ Tennessee (L, 45-0)

1944: 3-0-1
Coach: Doby Bartling


@ Sewanee (T, 0-0)
Tennessee Tech (W, 19-7)
@ Tennessee Tech (W, 20-9)
Sewanee (W, 28-7)

1943: 5-0
Coach: E.H. Alley


Tennessee Tech (W, 30-0)
@ Camp Campbell (W, 40-14)
Milligan (W, 28-0)
Carson-Newman (W, 12-6)
Tennessee Tech (W, 47-7)

1942: 6-4, 2-4 SEC
Coach: Red Sanders


Tennessee Tech (W, 52-0)
Purdue (W, 26-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 7-6)
Mississippi State (L, 33-0)
Centre (W, 66-0)
@ Tulane (W, 28-21)
@ Mississippi (W, 19-0)
@ Union-TN (W, 27-0)
@ Alabama (L, 27-7)
Tennessee (L, 19-7)

1941: 8-3, 3-2 SEC)
Coach: Red Sanders


@ Purdue (W, 3-0)
Tennessee Tech (W, 42-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 39-15)
Georgia Tech (W, 14-7)
Princeton (W, 46-7)
Tulane (L, 34-14)
Sewanee (W, 20-0)
@ Louisville (W, 68-0)
@ Alabama (W, 7-0)
@ Tennessee (L, 26-7)

1940: 3-6-1, 1-5-1 SEC
Coach: Red Sanders


Washington & Lee (W, 19-0)
@ Princeton (L, 7-6)
Kentucky (T, 7-7)
@ Georgia Tech (19-0)
@ LSU (L, 7-0)
@ Mississippi (L, 13-7)
Sewanee (W, 20-0)
Tennessee Tech (W, 21-0)
@ Alabama (L, 25-21)
Tennessee (L, 20-0)

1939: 2-7-1, 1-6 SEC
Coach: Ray Morrison


Tennessee Tech (T, 13-13)
@ Rice (W, 13-12)
Kentucky (L, 21-13)
VMI (L, 20-13)
@ Georgia Tech (L14-6)
LSU (L, 12-6)
@ Mississippi (L, 14-7)
Sewanee (L, 25-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 13-0)
@ Alabama (L, 39-0)

1938: 6-3, 4-3 SEC
Coach: Ray Morrison


@ Washington-MO (W, 20-0)
Western Kentucky (W, 12-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 14-7)
Mississippi (W, 13-7)
@ LSU (L, 7-0)
Georgia Tech (L, 13-7)
Sewanee (W, 14-0)
Tennessee (L, 14-0)
@ Alabama (L, 7-0)

1937: 7-2, 4-2 SEC
Coach: Ray Morrison


Kentucky (W, 12-0)
Chicago (W, 18-0)
@ Southwestern (W, 17-6)
SMU (W, 6-0)
LSU (W, 7-6)
@ Georgia Tech (L 14-0)
Sewanee (W, 41-0)
@ Tennessee (W, 13-7)
Alabama (L, 9-7)

1936: 3-5-1, 1-3-1 SEC
Coach: Ray Morrison


MTSU (W, 45-0)
@ Chicago (W, 37-0)
Southwestern (L, 12-0)
@ SMU (L, 16-0)
Georgia Tech (T, 0-0)
LSU (L, 19-0)
Sewanee (W, 14-0)
Tennessee (L, 26-13)
@ Alabama (L, 14-6)

1935: 7-3, 5-1 SEC
Coach: Ray Morrison


Union-TN (W, 34-0)
Mississippi State (W, 14-9)
Cumberland (W, 32-7)
@ Temple (L, 6-3)
@ Fordham (L, 13-7)
LSU (L, 7-2)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 14-13)
Sewanee (W, 46-0)
@ Tennessee (W, 13-7)
Alabama (W, 14-6)

1934: 6-3, 4-3 SEC
Coach: Dan McGugin


Mississippi State (W, 7-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 27-12)
@ Cincinnati (W, 32-0)
Auburn (W, 7-6)
LSU (L, 29-0)
@ George Washington (W, 7-6)
Sewanee (W, 19-0)
Tennessee (L, 13-6)
Alabama (L, 3-0)

1933: 4-3-3, 2-2-2 SEC
Coach: Dan McGugin


Cumberland (W, 55-0)
@ Oklahoma (T, 0-0)
North Carolina (W, 20-13)
@ Ohio State (L, 20-0)
Mississippi State (T, 7-7)
@ LSU (T, 7-7)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 10-7)
Sewanee (W, 27-14)
@ Tennessee (L, 33-6)
Alabama (L, 7-0)

1932: 6-1-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


Mercer (W, 20-7)
@ North Carolina (W, 39-7)
Western Kentucky (W, 26-0)
@ Tulane (T, 6-6)
Georgia (W, 12-6)
Georgia Tech (W, 12-0)
@ Maryland (W, 13-0)
Tennessee (T, 0-0)
@ Alabama (L, 20-0)

1931: 5-4
Coach: Dan McGugin


Western Kentucky (W, 52-0)
North Carolina (W, 13-0)
@ Ohio State (W, 26-21)
Tulane (L, 19-0)
@ Georgia (L, 19-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 49-7)
Maryland (W, 39-12)
@ Tennessee (L, 21-7)
Alabama (L, 14-6)

1930: 8-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


UT-Chattanooga (W, 39-0)
@ Minnesota (W, 33-7)
@ Virginia Tech (W, 40-0)
Spring Hill (W, 27-6)
@ Alabama (L, 12-7)
Mississippi (W, 24-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 6-0)
Tennessee (L, 13-0)
Auburn (W, 27-0)
Maryland (W, 22-7)

1929: 7-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


Mississippi (W, 19-7)
Ouachita (W, 26-6)
@ Minnesota (L, 15-6)
@ Auburn (W, 41-2)
Maryville (W, 33-0)
Alabama (W, 13-0)
Georgia Tech (W, 23-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 13-0)
Sewanee (W, 26-6)

1928: 8-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


@ UT-Chattanooga (W, 20-0)
Colgate (W, 12-7)
@ Texas (W, 13-12)
@ Tulane (W, 13-6)
Virginia (W, 34-0)
Kentucky (W, 14-7)
@ Georgia Tech (L, 19-7)
Tennessee (L, 6-0)
Centre (W, 26-0)
Sewanee (W, 13-0)

1927: 8-1-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


@ UT-Chattanooga (W, 45-18)
Ouachita (W, 39-10)
@ Centre (W, 53-6)
@ Texas (L, 13-6)
Tulane (W, 32-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 34-6)
Georgia Tech (T, 0-0)
@ Tennessee (T, 7-7)
Maryland (W, 39-20)
Sewanee (W, 26-6)
@ Alabama (W, 14-7)

1926: 8-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


MTSU (W, 69-0)
@ Alabama (L, 19-7)
Bryson (W, 48-0)
@ Texas (W, 7-0)
Georgia (W, 14-13)
Southwestern (W, 50-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 13-7)
Tennessee (W, 20-3)
Sewanee (W, 13-0)

1925: 6-3
Coach: Dan McGugin


MTSU (W, 27-0)
Henderson-Brown (W, 41-0)
Texas (W, 14-6)
Tennessee (W, 34-7)
@ Georgia (L, 26-7)
Mississippi (W, 7-0)
Georgia Tech (L, 7-0)
@ Auburn (L, 10-9)
Sewanee (W, 19-7)

1924: 5-3-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


Henderson-Brown (W, 13-0)
Birmingham Southern (W, 61-0)
@ Quantico Marines (T, 13-13)
@ Tulane (L, 21-13)
Georgia (L, 3-0)
Auburn (T, 13-0)
Mississippi State (W, 18-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 3-0)
@ Minnesota (W, 16-0)
Sewanee (L, 16-0)

1923: 5-2-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Howard (Samford) (W, 27-0)
@ Michigan (L, 3-0)
@ Texas (L, 16-0)
Tulane (W, 17-0)
Mississippi State (T, 0-0)
Tennessee (W, 51-7)
Georgia (W, 35-7)
Sewanee (W, 7-0)

1922: 8-0-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


MTSU (W, 38-0)
Henderson-Brown (W, 33-0)
Michigan (T, 0-0)
@ Texas (W, 20-10)
Mercer (W, 25-0)
@ Tennessee (W, 14-6)
Kentucky (W, 9-0)
@ Georgia (W, 12-0)
Sewanee (W, 26-0)

1921: 7-0-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


MTSU (W, 34-0)
Mercer (W, 42-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 21-14)
@ Texas (W, 20-0)
Tennessee (W, 14-0)
@ Alabama (W, 14-0)
Georgia (T, 7-7)
Sewanee (W, 9-0)

1920: 5-3-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Birmingham-Southern (W, 54-0)
@ Tennessee (W, 20-0)
Georgia Tecn (L, 44-0)
@ Auburn (L, 56-6)
Kentucky (W, 14-7)
@ Alabama (L, 14-7)
@ MTSU (W, 34-0)
Virginia (T, 7-7)
Sewanee (W, 21-3)

1919: 5-1-2
Coach: Dan McGugin


Union (W, 41-0)
Tennessee (T, 3-3)
@ Georgia Tech (L, 20-0)
Auburn (W, 7-6)
Kentucky (T, 0-0)
Alabama (W, 16-12)
Virginia (W, 10-6)
Sewanee (W, 33-21)

1918: 4-2
Coach: Ray Morrison


Camp Greenleaf (L, 6-0)
Camp Hancock (L, 25-6)
Kentucky (W, 33-0)
Tennessee (W, 76-0)
@ Auburn (W, 21-0)
Sewanee (W, 40-0)

1917: 5-3
Coach: Dan McGugin


Transylvania (W, 41-0)
@ Chicago (L, 48-0)
Kentucky (W, 5-0)
Howard (Samford) (W, 69-0)
@ Georgia Tech (L, 83-0)
@ Alabama (W, 7-2)
Auburn (L, 31-7)
Sewanee (W, 13-6)

1916: 7-1-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Southwestern (W, 86-0)
Transylvania (W, 42-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 45-0)
Mississippi (W, 35-0)
Virginia (W, 27-6)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 67-0)
@ Tennessee (L, 10-6)
@ Auburn (W, 20-9)
Sewanee (T, 0-0)

1915: 9-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


MTSU (W, 51-0)
Southwestern (W, 47-0)
Georgetown (W, 75-0)
Cumberland (W, 60-0)
Henderson-Brown (W, 100-0)
@ Mississippi (W, 91-0)
Tennessee (W, 35-0)
@ Virginia (L, 35-10)
Auburn (W, 17-0)
Sewanee (W, 28-3)

1914: 2-6
Coach: Dan McGugin


Henderson-Brown (W, 42-6)
@ Michigan (L, 23-3)
Central (KY) (W, 59-0)
North Carolina (L, 10-9)
Virginia (L, 20-7)
@ Tennessee (L, 16-14)
@ Auburn (L, 6-0)
Sewanee (L, 14-13)

1913: 5-3
Coach: Dan McGugin


Maryville (W, 59-0)
Central (KY) (W, 48-0)
Henderson-Brown (W, 33-0)
@ Michigan (L, 33-2)
@ Virginia (L, 34-0)
Tennessee (W, 7-6)
Auburn (L, 14-6)
Sewanee (W, 63-13)

1912: 8-1-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Bethel (W, 105-0)
Maryville (W, 100-3)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 54-0)
Georgia (W, 46-0)
Mississippi (W, 24-0)
Virginia (W, 13-0)
Harvard (L, 9-3)
Central (KY) (W, 23-0)
Auburn (T, 7-7)
Sewanee (W, 16-0)

1911: 8-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Birmingham Southern (W, 40-0)
Maryville (W, 46-0)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 33-0)
Central (KY (W, 45-0)
@ Michigan (L, 9-8)
Georgia (W, 17-0)
@ Kentucky (W, 18-0)
Mississippi (W, 21-0)
Sewanee (W, 31-0)

1910: 8-0-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Mooney (W, 34-0)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 23-0)
Castle Heights (W, 14-0)
Tennessee (W, 18-0)
@ Yale (T, 0-0)
Mississippi (W, 9-2)
LSU (W, 22-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 23-0)
Sewanee (W, 23-6)

1909: 7-3
Coach: Dan McGugin


Southwestern (W, 52-0)
Mercer (W, 28-5)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 28-3)
Alumni (L, 3-0)
Auburn (W, 17-0)
Mississippi (W, 17-0)
Tennessee (W, 51-0)
@ Ohio State (L, 5-0)
@ Washington-MO (W, 12-0)
Sewanee (L, 16-5)

1908: 7-2-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Southwestern (W, 11-5)
Maryville (W, 32-0)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 32-0)
Clemson (W, 41-0)
Mississippi (W, 29-0)
@ Michigan (L, 24-6)
Tennessee (W, 16-9)
Ohio State (L, 17-6)
@ Washington-MO (W, 28-0)
Sewanee (T, 6-6)

1907: 5-1-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Kentucky (W, 40-0)
@ Navy (T, 6-6)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 65-10)
Michigan (L, 8-0)
Mississippi (W, 60-0)
Georgia Tech (W, 54-0)
Sewanee (W, 17-12)

1906: 8-1
Coach: Dan McGugin


Kentucky (W, 28-0)
Mississippi (W, 29-0)
Alabama (W, 78-0)
Texas (W, 45-0)
@ Michigan (L, 10-4)
Rose Polytechnic (W, 33-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 37-6)
Carlisle (W, 4-0)
Sewanee (W, 20-0)

1905: 7-1
Dan McGugin


Maryville (W, 97-0)
Alabama (W, 34-0)
@ Michigan (L, 18-0)
Tennessee (W, 45-0)
Texas (W, 33-0)
Auburn (W, 54-0)
Clemson (W, 41-0)
Sewanee (W, 68-4)

1904: 9-0
Coach Dan McGugin


Mississippi State (W, 61-0)
Georgetown, KY (W, 66-0)
Mississippi (W, 69-0)
Missouri Mines (W, 29-4)
@ Central (KY) (W, 97-0)
@ Centre (W, 22-0)
Nashville (W, 81-0)
Tennessee (W, 22-0)
Sewanee (W, 27-0)

1903: 6-1-1
Coach: J.H. Henry


Cumberland (W, 6-0)
Alabama (W, 30-0)
Tennessee (W, 40-0)
@ Mississippi (W, 33-0)
@ Georgia (W, 33-0)
@ Texas (T, 5-5)
Washington-MO (W, 41-0)
Sewanee (W, 10-5)

1902: 8-1
Coach: W.H. Watkins


@ Cumberland (W, 45-0)
@ Mississippi (W, 29-0)
@ Central (KY) (W, 24-17)
Tennessee (W, 12-5)
Washington (MO) (W, 12-11)
Kentucky (W, 16-5)
@ Tulane (W, 23-5)
LSU (W, 27-5)
Sewanee (L, 11-5)

1901: 6-1-1
Coach: W.H. Watkins


Kentucky (W, 22-0)
Central (KY) (W, 25-0)
Georgia (W, 47-0)
@ Auburn (W, 44-0)
@ Washington-MO (L, 12-11)
Tennessee (W, 22-0)
Sewanee (T, 0-0)
Nashville (W, 10-0)

1900: 4-4-1
Coach: J.L. Crane


Mississippi (W, 6-0)
@ Texas (L, 22-0)
Tennessee (T, 0-0)
Centre (L, 11-0)
North Carolina (L, 48-0)
Central (KY) (W, 27-0)
Sewanee (L, 11-10)
Bethel (W, 29-0)
Nashville (W, 18-0)

1899: 7-2
Coach: J.L. Crane


@ Cumberland (W, 32-0)
Miami-OH (W, 12-0)
Cincinnati (L, 6-0)
Indiana (L, 20-0)
@ Mississippi (W, 11-0)
Bethel (W, 22-0)
Texas (W, 6-0)
Central (KY) (W, 21-16)
@ Nashville (W, 5-0)

1898: 1-5-0
Coach: R.G. Acton


Cincinnati (L, 10-0)
@ Georgia (L, 4-0)
Nashville (L, 5-0)
@ Virginia (L, 18-0)
Central (KY) (L, 10-0)
Sewanee (L, 19-4)

1897: 6-0-1
Coach: R.G. Acton


@ Kentucky State (W, 24-0)
Central (KY) (W, 14-0)
VMI (W, 12-0)
@ Kentucky State (W, 50-0)
@ North Carolina (W, 31-0)
Sewanee (W, 10-0)
Virginia (T, 0-0)

1896: 3-2-2
Coach: R.G. Acton


Kentucky (W, 6-0)
@ Centre (L, 46-0)
Central (KY) (T, 0-0)
@ Missouri (L, 26-6)
@ Southwestern (W, 36-0)
Nashville (T, 0-0)
@ Sewanee (W, 10-4)

1895: 5-3-1
Coach: C.L. Upton


@ Missouri (L, 16-0)
@ Central (KY) (W, 10-0)
North Carolina (L, 12-0)
Centre (T, 0-0)
@ Auburn (W, 9-6)
@ Nashville AC (W, 20-4)
@ Virginia (L 6-4)
@ Georgia (W, 6-0)
@ Sewanee (W, 18-6)

1894: 7-1
Coach: Henry Thornton


@ Memphis (W, 64-0)
Centre (W, 6-0)
@ Louisville (W, 10-8)
@ Auburn (W, 20-4)
Mississippi (W, 40-0)
Central (KY) (W, 34-6)
@ Cumberland (W, 62-0)
Sewanee (W, 12-0)

1893: 6-1
W.J. Keller


Memphis (W, 68-0)
@ Sewanee (W, 10-8)
@ Auburn (L, 30-10)
Georgia (W, 25-0)
@ Louisville (W, 36-12)
Sewanee (W, 10-0)
Central (KY) (W, 12-0)

1892: 4-4
Coach: Elliott H. Jones


@ Sewanee (L, 22-4)
Tennessee (W, 22-4)
Nashville (W, 40-0)
Washington-MO (W, 14-4)
Sewanee (W, 28-14)
@ Tennessee (W, 10-0)
@ Georgia Tech (W, 20-10)
North Carolina (L, 24-0)

1891: 3-1
Coach: Elliott H. Jones


@ Sewanee (W, 22-0)
Washington-MO (L, 24-6)
Sewanee (W, 26-4)
@ Washington-MO (W, 4-0)

1890: 1-0
Coach: Elliott H. Jones


Nashville (W, 40-0)


THE RECORD BOOK


Here are the major Vanderbilt football records, team and individuals, season, single game, and career records. Records are updated through the 2003 season, with current players in bold.

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

TOTAL OFFENSE

Career:


1. Greg Zolman, 7,607 (1998-2001) Pass: 7,981, Rush: -274
2. Whit Taylor, 6,727 (1979-82) Pass: 6,307, Rush: 420
3. Eric Jones, 6,240 (1986-88) Pass: 5,029, Rush: 1,211
4. Kurt Page, 6,008 (1981-84) Pass: 6,233, Rush: -225
5. Jay Cutler, 4,472 (2002-03) Pass: 3,780, Rush: 692
6. Damian Allen, 3,888 (1994-97) Pass: 3,704, Rush: 184
7. Marcus Wilson, 3,504 (1989-92) Pass: 2,036, Rush: 1,468
8. Bill Wade, 3,388 (1949-51) Pass: 3,397, Rush: -9
9. John Gromos, 3,228 (1985, 87-89) Pass: 3,514, Rush: -285
10. Fred Fisher, 2,993 (1972-75) Pass: 2,601, Rush: 627

Single Season:

1. Kurt Page, 3,034 (1983) Pass: 3,178, Rush: -144
2. Eric Jones, 2,853 (1988) Pass: 2,548, Rush: 305
3. Whit Taylor, 2,679 (1982) Pass: 2,481, Rush: 198
4. Jay Cutler, 2,646 (2003) Pass: 2,347, Rush: 393
5. Eric Jones, 2,619 (1987) Pass: 1,954, Rush: 665
6. Greg Zolman, 2,504 (2001) Pass: 2,512, Rush: -8
7. Greg Zolman, 2,379 (2000) Pass: 2,441, Rush: -62
8. Kurt Page, 2,341 (1984) Pass: 2,405, Rush: -64
9. Whit Taylor, 2,253 (1981) Pass: 2,318, Rush: -65
10. Greg Zolman, 1,969 (1999) Pass: 2,059, Rush: -90

Single Game: Whit Taylor, 521 (1984, Tennessee)

SCORING

Career


1. John Markham, 209 (1997-2000) 68-77 PAT's, 47-68 FG's
2. Ricky Anderson, 192 (1981-84) 72-75 PAT's, 40-75 FG's
3. Johnny Clark, 165 (1986-89) 57-62 PAT's, 36-52 FG's
4. Dean Davidson, 156 (1947-50) 26 TD's
5. Mike Woodard, 152 (1978-81) 80-83 PAT's, 24-39 FG's
6. Jack Jenkins, 147 (1940-42) 19 TD's, 30-? PAT's, 1-? FG's
7. Marcus Wilson, 146 (1989-92) 24 TD's, 1 2-pt.
8. Charles Horton, 133 (1952-55) 22 TD's, 1-3 PAT's
9. Chuck Scott, 132 (1981-84) 21 TD's, 3 2-pt.
10. Dan Stricker, 126 (1999-2002) 21 TD's
Steve Burger, 126 (1970-72) 21 TD's
Jamie O'Rourke, 126 (1971-74) 21 TD's

Single Season

1. Jack Jenkins, 90 (1941) 12 TD's, 15-? PAT's, 1-? FG's
2. Allama Matthews, 84 (1982) 14 TD's
3. Ronnie Gordon, 78 (1994) 13 TD's
Jamie O'Rourke, 78 (1974) 13 TD's
5. Charles Horton, 73 (1955) 12 TD's, 1-3 PAT's
Ricky Anderson, 73 (1982) 31-31 PAT's, 14-22 FG's
7. Carl Parker, 72 (1987) 12 TD's
8. Ricky Anderson, 70 (1984) 22-24 PAT's, 16-19 FGA's
Johnny Clark, 70 (1987) 28-30 PAT's, 14-20 FG's
10. Marcus Wilson, 68 (1991) 11 TD's, 1 2-pt.

Single Game: Frank Mordica, 30 (Air Force, 1978)

RUSHING

Career


1. Frank Mordia, 2,632 (1976-79) 4.8 ypc, 18 TD
2. Carl Woods, 2,490 (1983-86) 4.0 ypc, 15 TD's
3. Jamie O'Rourke, 2,202 (1971, 73-74) 4.4 ypc, 20 TD's
4. Jermaine Johnson, 2,152 (1993-95) 4.4 ypc, 13 TD's
5. Jared McGrath, 2,151 (1997-2000) 4.4 ypc, 9 TD's
6. Lonnie Sadler, 2,096 (1972-75) 3.7 ypc, 8 TD's
7. Rodney Williams, 2,021 (1998-2001) 4.5 ypc, 16 TD's
8. Everett Crawford, 1,814 (1984-87) 4.6 ypc, 12 TD's
9. Dean Davidson, 1,731 (1947-50) 5.1 ypc, 25 TD's
10. Phil King, 1,717 (1955-57) 5.0 ypc, 12 TD's

Single Season

1. Corey Harris, 1,103 (1991) 4.8 ypc, 4 TD's
2. Jermaine Johnson, 1,072 (1995) 4.0 ypc, 4 TD's
3. Frank Mordica, 1,065 (1978) 6.2 ypc, 6 TD's
4. Jamie O'Rourke, 933 (1974) 4.6 ypc, 12 TD's
5. Jermaine Johnson, 877 (1994) 5.3 ypc, 7 TD's
6. Doug Matthews, 849 (1969) 5.1 ypc, 4 TD's
7. Frank Mordica, 830 (1979) 5.1 ypc, 6 TD's
8. Kwane Doster, 798 (2002) 5.0 ypc, 3 TD's
9. Carl Woods, 688 (1984) 3.8 ypc, 4 TD's
10. Carlos Thomas, 680 (1990) 6.0 ypc, 6 TD's

Single Game

1. Frank Mordica, 321 (Air Force, 1976)
2. Doug Matthews, 214 (Tulane, 1969)
3. Frank Mordica, 187 (The Citadel, 1979)
Jamie O'Rourke, 187 (Tulane, 1971)
5. Corey Harris, 180 (Army, 1991)
6. Jermaine Johnson, 177 (Georgia, 1984)
7. Lew Thomas, 173 (Auburn, 2001)
Jamie O'Rourke, 173 (Virginia, 1973)
9. Carlos Thomas, 171 (Kentucky, 1990)
10. Corey Harris, 169 (Georgia, 1991)

PASSING

Career:


1. Greg Zolman, 7,981 (1998-2001) 51.6%, 41 TD's
2. Whit Taylor, 6,307 (1979-82) 54.6%, 41 TD's
3. Kurt Page, 6,233 (1981-84) 56.7%, 35 TD's
4. Eric Jones, 5,029 (1986-88) 55.2%, 32 TD's
5. Jay Cutler, 3,780 (2002-03) 53.8%, 28 TD's
6. Damian Allen, 3,704 (1994-97) 43.9%, 17 TD's
7. John Gromos, 3,514 (1985, 87-89) 51.2%, 17 TD's
8. Bill Wade, 3,397 (1972-75) 46%, 14 TD's
9. Fred Fisher, 2,601 (1972-75) 51.8%, 14 TD's
10. Marcus Wilson, 2,036 (1989-92) 45.3%, 8 TD's

Single Season:

1. Kurt Page, 3,178 (1983) 58%, 14 TD's
2. Eric Jones, 2,548 (1988) 54.4%, 11 TD's
3. Greg Zolman, 2,512 (2001) 52.1%, 14 TD's
4. Whit Taylor, 2,481 (1982) 56.2%, 22 TD's
5. Greg Zolman, 2,441 (2000) 52.8%, 13 TD's
6. Kurt Page, 2,405 (1984) 58%, 16 TD's
7. Jay Cutler, 2,347 (2003) 57.2%, 18 TD's
8. Whit Taylor, 2,318 (1981) 58.5%, 13 TD's
9. Greg Zolman, 2,059 (1999) 51.3%, 10 TD's
10. Eric Jones, 1,954 (1987) 60.7%, 16 TD's

Single Game:

1. Whit Taylor, 464 (1981, Tennessee)
2. Greg Zolman, 441 (2001, Kentucky)
3. Whit Taylor, 391 (1982, Tennessee)
4. Kurt Page, 358 (1983, Memphis)
5. Kurt Page, 353 (1983, Iowa State)
6. Kurt Page, 347 (1983, Alabama)
Kurt Page, 347 (1984, Kentucky)
8. Kurt Page, 345 (1983, Kentucky)
9. Greg Zolman, 344 (1999, Ole Miss)
10. Eric Jones, 342 (1987, Duke)

Longest Pass: Marcus Wilson to Clarence Sevillian, 88 (1992, Tennessee)

RECEIVING

Career Yards


1. Boo Mitchell, 2,964 (1985-88) 15.8 ypc, 9 TD's
2. Dan Stricker, 2,880 (1999-2002) 15.8 ypc, 21 TD's
3. Martin Cox, 2,275 (1975-78) 17.2 ypc, 9 TD's
4. Chuck Scott, 2,219 (1981-84) 15.3 ypc, 20 TD's
5. Clarence Sevillian, 1,978 (1989-92) 20.0 ypc, 12 TD's
6. Keith Edwards, 1,757 (1980, 82-83) 8.8 ypc, 3 TD's
7. Carl Parker, 1,721 (1983, 85-87) 14.6 ypc, 16 TD's
8. Tavarus Hogans, 1,645 (1996-99) 14.9 ypc, 7 TD's
9. Allama Matthews, 1,544 (1979-82) 13.5 ypc, 18 TD's
10. Everett Crawford, 1,503 (1984-87) 10.5 ypc, 4 TD's

Single Season:

1. Boo Mitchell, 1,213 (1988) 15.6 ypc, 5 TD's
2. Bob Goodridge, 1,114 (1967) 14.7 ypc, 6 TD's
3. Dan Stricker, 1.079 (2001) 16.6 ypc, 8 TD's
4. Dan Stricker, 994 (2000) 16.3 ypc, 5 TD's
5. Chuck Scott, 975 (1984) 18.1 ypc, 8 TD's
6. Chuck Scott, 971 (1983) 13.9 ypc, 9 TD's
7. Keith Edwards, 909 (1983) 9.4 ypc, 0 TD's
8. Tavarus Hogans, 837 (1999) 15.8 ypc, 1 TD
9. Carl Parker, 806 (1987) 19.2 ypc, 12 TD's
10. Allama Matthews, 797 (1982) 13.1 ypc, 14 TD's

Single Game:

1. Clarence Sevillian, 222 (1992, Tennessee)
2. M.J. Garrett, 219 (2001, MTSU)
3. Dan Stricker, 204 (2001, Duke)
4. Bob Goodridge, 201 (1967, Navy)
5. Bucky Curtis, 196 (1950, Alabama)
6. Boo Mitchell, 184 (1985, Kansas)
7. Tavarus Hogans, 178 (1999, Ole Miss)
8. Bob Goodridge, 177 (1967, William & Mary)
Allama Matthews, 177 (1981, Tennessee0
Carl Parker, 177 (1987, Duke)

Longest Rush: Bill Marinangel, 81 (1996, Alabama) Note: Marinangel was a punter.

PUNT RETURNS

Career:


1. Lee Nalley, 1,708 (1947-49) 15.3 ypr, 5 TD
2. Alvin Duke, 726 (1996-98) 9.2 ypr, 1 TD
3. Charles Horton, 677 (1952-55) 14.4 ypr, 3 TD
4. Ronald Hatcher, 647 (2000-Present) 8.5 ypr, 0 TD
5. Preston Brown, 497 (1976-79) 10.6 ypr, 2 TD
6. Doug Matthews, 424 (1968-69) 9.9 ypr, 2 TD
7. Jimmy Williams, 403 (1997-2000) 7.6 ypr, 1 TD
8. Walter Overton, 402 (1971-72) 8.9 ypr, 1 TD
9. Manuel Young, 363 (1981-84) 6.2 ypr, 0 TD
10. Phil King, 346 (1956-67) 12.4 ypr, 1 TD

Single Season:

1. Lee Nalley, 791 (1948) 18.4 ypr, 3 TD's
2. Lee Nalley, 498 (1949) 14.2 ypr, 1 TD
3. Lee Nalley, 419 (1947) 12.3 ypr, 1 TD
4. Doug Matthews, 354 (1968) 11.8 ypr, 2 TD
5. Alvin Duke, 305 (1996) 9.2 ypr, 1 TD
6. Ronald Hatcher, 298 (2003) 8.3 ypr, 0 TD
7. Jimmy Williams, 285 (1999) 7.5 ypr, 1 TD
8. Alvin Duke, 277 (1997) 8.7 ypr, 0 TD
9. Phil King, 247 (1956) 12.4 ypr, 1 TD
10. Charles Horton, 220 (1955) 9.4 ypr, 0 TD

Single Game: Lee Nalley, 203 (Kentucky, 1948)

Longest Return: Preston Brown, 90 (Arkansas, 1978)

KICKOFF RETURNS

Career:


1. Mark Johnson, 2,263 (1986-90) 21.1 ypr, 1 TD
2. Tony Jackson, 2,004 (1989-93) 23.6 ypr, 1 TD
3. Jimmy Williams, 1,677 (1997-2000) 22.8 ypr, 1 TD
4. Corey Harris, 1,614 (1988-91) 21.8 ypr, 0 TD
5. Preston Brown, 1,497 (1976-79) 18.7 ypr, 1 TD
6. Doug Nettles, 1,450 (1971-73) 22.3 ypr, 1 TD
7. Clay Parker, 1,388 (1981-82, 85) 21.7 ypr, 0 TD
8. Kwane Doster, 1,184 (2002-Present) 23.8 ypr, 0 TD
9. Toby Witt, 933 (1963-65) 20.3, 0 TD
10. Dave Strong, 932 (1967-69)

Season Average: Minimum 10 returns

1. Kwane Doster, 25.7 on 24 att. (2002)
2. Tony Jackson, 24.8 on 32 att. (1992)
3. Ray Perkins, 24.6 on 14 att. (2000)
Corey Chavous, 24.6 on 16 att. (1996)
Doug Nettles, 24.6 on 23 att. (1972)
6. Tony Jackson, 24.3 on 31 att. (1993)
Martin Cox, 24.3 on 19 att. (1975)
8. Corey Harris, 24.2 on 20 att. (1989)
9. Jimmy Williams, 23.8 on 20 att. (1997)
Rusty Cantwell, 23.8 on 17 att. (1966)

Single Game Yardage: Kwane Doster, 243 (2002, Ole Miss)

Longest Return: Preston Brown, 100 (1977, Ole Miss)

INTERCEPTIONS

Career:


1. Leonard Coleman, 15 (1980-83) 14.1 avg., 1 TD
2. Donald Gleisner, 13 (1950-52) 10.9 avg., 0 TD
Ken Stone, 13 (1970-72) 9.0 avg., 0 TD
4. Corey Chavous, 12 (1994-97) 0.4 avg., 0 TD
5. Christie Hauck, 11 (1967-69) 8.3 avg., 1 TD
Manuel Young, 11 (1980-84) 3.9 avg., 0 TD
7. Jimmy Williams, 10 (1997-2000) 15.8 avg., 0 TD
Ed Oaks, 10 (1973-75) 16.0 avg., 0 TD
Neal Smith, 10 (1967-69) 7.7 avg., 1 TD
Robert Davis, 10 (1990-93) 22.9 avg., 1 TD

Return Yards: Robert Davis, 229 (1990-93)

Single Season:

1. Leonard Coleman, 8 (1982) 12.6 avg., 0 TD
Scott Wingfield, 8 (1973) 7.9 avg., 0 TD
3. Ed Oaks, 7 (1975) 16.7 avg., 0 TD
Donald Gleisner, 7 (1952) 7.3 avg., 0 TD
5. David Malone, 6 (1964) 3.3 avg, 0 TD
6. Jay Chesley, 5 (1974) 24.2 avg., 2 TD
Donald Gleisner, 5 (1951) 16.8 avg., 0 TD
Ken Stone, 5 (1971) 9.8 avg., 0 TD
Russ Morris, 5 (1959) 8.0 avg, 0 TD
Christie Hauck, 5 (1969) 7.6 avg., 1 TD
Neal Smith, 5 (1968) 7.1 avg., 0 TD
Manuel Young, 5 (1984) 5.2, 0 TD
Chris Donnelly, 5 (1989) 5.2 avg., 0 TD

Return Yards: 121, Jay Chesley (1974)

Single Game: 3, by Chris Donnelly (1989, Memphis State), Leonard Coleman (1980, UTC), Jack Chandler (1979, Memphis State), Scott Wingfield (1973, Virginia)

PASSES BROKEN UP

Career:
Robert Davis, 39 (1990-93)

Season: Robert Davis, 16 (1993)

TACKLES

Career:

Total tackles: Andrew Coleman, 458

Tackles for loss: Steve Bearden, 39

Sacks: Alan Young, 21.5 Note: Sack stats not kept before 1984.

Single Season:

Total Tackles: Chris Gaines, 214 (1987)

Tackles for loss: Jamie Winborn, 23 (1999)

Sacks: Alan Young, 12 (1993) Note: Sack records not kept before 1984.

FUMBLES

Career

Fumbles recovered:
6, by Brenard Wilson, Rebbie Calvin, Leonard Coleman, Steve McCoy, and Shelton Quarles

Season

Fumbles recovered:
Reginald Calvin, 5 (1977)

Fumbles forced: 5, by Jamie Duncan (1996) and Shelton Quarles (1991)

PUNTING

Career Average Leaders


1. Ricky Anderson, 45.6, 111 punts (1981-84)
2. Jim Arnold, 43.9, 277 (1979-82)
3. Alan Herline, 42.2, 121 (1983-86)
4. Bill Marinangel, 41.7, 272 (1993-96)
5. David Lawrence, 41.4, 219 (1989-92)
6. Jerry Moore, 39.8, (1941-21, 1946)
7. Cody Whitt, 39.7, 86 (1977-78)
Barry Burton, 39.7, 155 (1973-75)
9. Jerry Shuford, 39.0, 215 (1963-65)
10. Joe Webb, 38.9, 259 (1997-98, 2000-01)

Single Season Average Leaders

1. Ricky Anderson, 48.2, 58 punts (1984)
2. Bill Mariniangel, 46.6, 77 (1996)
3. Jim Arnold, 45.8, 74 (1982)
4. Jim Arnold, 44.2, 72 (1980)
5. Greg Johnson, 43.8, 66 (2002)
6. Jim Arnold, 43.5, 71 (1980)
7. Alan Herline, 43.2, 66 (1985)
8. Ricky Anderson, 42.9, 70 (1983)
9. Bill Marinangel, 42,7, 70 (1995)
David Lawrence, 42.7, 54 (1991)

Single Game Records

Highest average:
Jim Arnold, 53.1 on eight punts (1982, North Carolina)

Longest punt: Ricky Anderson, 82 yards (1984, Georgia)


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