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200-Yard Rushing Games by QBs

November 3rd, 2008

When Mike Kafka of Northwestern rushed for 217 yards in the Wildcats’ 24-17 win against Minnesota, he became the fourth quarterback this season to rush for 200 yards in a game. That’s the most 200-yard rushing games by quarterbacks in a season since there were four in 2005, and that’s more than the 2006 and 2007 seasons combined (two).

The eleven 200-yard rushing games by a quarterback since 2004:

Quarterback Team Date Rush Yards Pass Yards
Vince Young Texas 10/29/2005 267 239
Pat White West Virginia 10/14/2006 247 99
Brad Smith Missouri 10/22/2005 246 234
Colin Kaepernick Nevada 09/27/2008 240 176
Ricky Dobbs Navy 10/25/2008 224 0
Joshua Cribbs Kent State 10/30/2004 223 150
Pat White West Virginia 11/16/2006 220 204
Pat White West Virginia 11/24/2005 220 41
Robert Griffin Baylor 09/12/2008 217 129
Mike Kafka Northwestern 11/01/2008 217 143
Vince Young Texas 01/04/2006 200 267

Pat White of West Virginia has had three 200-yard rushing games in his career, but none since 2006. Vince Young of Texas had two 200-yard rushing games in 2005, including the BCS championship game against USC on January 4, 2006. White, Young, and Brad Smith of Missouri are three of only eight players in FBS/D1-A history to both rush for 200 yards and pass for 200 yards in a game.