Jerry Azumah, New Hampshire This season, the 5'10", 195-pound senior, rushed for 2,195 yards to become the first Division l-AA player to have four 1,000-yard seasons. He finished his career with 6,193 yards.
Drew Brees, Purdue Nicknamed the Hurricane, Brees, a 6'1", 204-pound sophomore quarterback, set an all-divisions record for attempts (83) and tied the NCAA record for completions (55) in a game while throwing for 494 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-24 loss to Wisconsin.
Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech The 5'10", 195-pound Edwards, a senior, torched Nebraska for an all-divisions record 405 yards in receptions in a 56-27 loss. He finished with an all-divisions mark of 1,996 receiving yards and tied Jerry Rice's all-divisions, single-season record of 27 touchdown catches.
Martin Gramatica, Kansas State Known as Automatica, Gramatica, a 5'9", 170-pound senior kicker, booted a 65-yard field goal, the longest in college history without a tee, in K-State's 73-7 win over Northern Illinois.
Linfield College The Division III school in McMinnville, Ore., finished 7-2 for its 43rd consecutive winning season, a record on any college level.
Tee Martin, Tennessee The 6'3", 215-pound junior quarterback did three things Peyton Manning never did with the Volunteers: He beat Florida, went undefeated in the regular season and completed an NCAA-record 23 straight passes in a game, in Tennessee's 49-14 victory over South Carolina.
Autry Denson, Notre Dame With his third straight 1,000-yard season, Denson, a 5'10", 202-pound senior, overtook Allen Pinkett to become the Irish's leading career rusher, with 4,318 yards. He has run for 1,176 yards this season and scored at least one touchdown in 10 of 11 games.
Brian Shay, Emporia State News flash: The leading rusher in college football history isn't Ricky Williams. That distinction goes to the 5'9", 218-pound Shay, who finished his career with 6,958 yards, 88 touchdowns and 9,301 all-purpose yards, which are marks for all divisions.
Brian Westbrook, Villanova A sophomore tailback, the 5'9", 185-pound Westbrook became the first NCAA player to amass more than 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season.