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Where Ricky ranks

Junior quarterback Ricky Dobbs's five touchdowns against Delaware gave him 22 for the season and put him into some pretty elite company in the country. His numbers are even more remarkable considering that he missed all of the Wake Forest game and nearly all of the Temple game with an injured right knee. Dobbs has three more games to add to these totals.

2009 NCAA leaders in touchdowns scored


  1. 22 – Ricky Dobbs, Navy (QB)

  2. 19 – Toby Gerhart, Stanford (RB)

  3. 18 – Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State (RB)

  4. 17 – Chad Spann, Northern Illinois (RB); Donald Buckram, UTEP (RB); Lance Dunbar, North Texas (RB)

2009 NCAA scoring leaders (points per game)


  1. 13.20 – Ricky Dobbs, Navy (QB)

  2. 11.80 – Toby Gerhart, Stanford (RB)

  3. 10.80 – Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State (RB)

  4. 10.67 – Jahvid Best, California (RB)

  5. 10.20 – Chad Spann, Northern Illinois (RB); Donald Buckram, UTEP (RB)

NCAA single-season rushing touchdowns by a quarterback


  1. 23 – Tim Tebow, Florida (2007); Chance Harridge, Air Force (2002)

  2. 22 – Ricky Dobbs, Navy (2009)

  3. 20 – Chris McCoy, Navy (1997); Eric Crouch, Nebraska (2000)

Dobbs set the Navy single-season record for total touchdowns (previous record: 21, by RB Bill Ingram in 1917) and for rushing touchdowns (previous record: 20, by QB Chris McCoy in 1997).

Navy career rushing touchdown leaders


  1. 43 – Chris McCoy (QB), 1995-97

  2. 33 – Craig Candeto (QB), 2001-03

  3. 31 – Napoleon McCallum (RB), 1981-85

  4. 30 – Ricky Dobbs (QB), 2008-present

  5. 26 – Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada (QB), 2005-08

(Thanks to Navy SID Scott Strasemeier for these lists.)

By Camille Powell  |  November 16, 2009; 9:33 AM ET
 
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Ricky for Heisman, 2010!

Posted by: usmc53 | November 16, 2009 6:04 PM | Report abuse

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