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The table below lists the all-time rushing leaders (sorted by rushing yards) in Alabama Crimson Tide school history.. More all-time leaders: Alabama Crimson Tide Football All …

The table below lists the all-time rushing leaders (sorted by rushing yards) in Alabama Crimson Tide school history.

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1Najee Harris201720206383843646
2Derrick Henry201320156023591642
3Shaun Alexander1996199972735654.941
4Bobby Humphrey1985198861534205.633
5Kenneth Darby2003200670233244.711
6T.J. Yeldon2012201457633225.837
7Mark Ingram2008201057232615.742
8Trent Richardson2009201154031305.835
9Damien Harris2015201847730706.423
10Johnny Musso1969197157427414.834
11Brian Robinson Jr.201720215442697529
12Dennis Riddle1994199761226454.323
13Johnny Davis1974197744725195.619
14Sherman Williams1991199453524864.627
15Eddie Lacy2010201235524026.830
16Shaud Williams2002200341022885.619
17Ricky Moore1981198446922704.810
18Glen Coffee2005200841021075.114
19Siran Stacy1989199142921064.928
20Tony Nathan1975197831019976.429
21Jalen Hurts2016201838119765.223
22Ahmaad Galloway1999200237618304.917
23Major Ogilvie1977198029917185.725
24Derrick Lassic1989199234916964.913
25Ray Hudson2001200427816395.97
26Chris Anderson199019933161592514
27Calvin Culliver1973197629015685.416
28Wilbur Jackson1971197321215297.217
29Bo Scarbrough2015201726715125.720
30Kenyan Drake2012201523314956.418
31Joshua Jacobs2016201825114915.916
32Linnie Patrick1980198326514635.516
33Steve Bowman1963196529814524.914
34Santonio Beard199920022421444616
35Walter Lewis1980198340014423.613
36Billy Jackson1978198026614045.37
37Murry Hill1985198926413985.37
38Steadman Shealy1977197926913935.217
39Paul Carruth1980198428413804.914
40Kerry Goode1983198725313505.36
41Richard Todd1973197530412544.116
42Terry Grant2006200925711674.512
43Ellis Beck1971197323711294.86
44Tyler Watts1999200230411283.79
45Willie Shelby1973197519711275.713
46Steve Whitman1977197923211264.96
47Pat Trammell1959196130711193.615
47Curtis Alexander1994199725711194.49
49Gene Jelks1985198917710976.29
50Mike Fracchia1960196324110844.510
51Steve Bisceglia1971197220510755.211
52Martin Houston1989199223510424.45
53Randy Billingsley1972197418010265.79
54Kevin Turner1988199121710184.76
55Ed Morgan196619682759703.511
56Joe LaBue197019721459286.45
57Roy Upchurch200620091689235.59
58Terry Davis197019722648653.316
59Les Kelley196419662348593.78
59Tarrant Lynch199019941888594.65
61Ken Stabler196519672658383.29
62Don Jacobs197819801758334.86
63Benny Nelson196119631358256.111
64Joe Carter198019831698124.89
65Jim Loftin195619571787704.33
66Jalston Fowler201020141137386.55
67Craig Turner198119851877373.917
68Jack O'Rear197319761557074.611
69Blake Sims201120141507054.79
70Pete Jilleba1967196917368642
71Rick Watson197419761406734.85
72Eddie Versprille196119631366454.72
73Gary O'Steen195719591876323.41
73Paul Spivey1971197312663254
73Doug Allen198419871476324.32
76Brian Steger199319951396124.46
77Ken Coley197919821536003.93
78David Palmer199119938659871
79Jeff Fagan197919821255824.77
80Jimmy Johns200520071215644.72
81Joe Namath19621964190563315
82Hudson Harris196219641505613.72
83Bobby Jackson195719581745553.27
84Jeff Rutledge197519782945461.911
85Mike Stock197319751165454.73
86Tim Castille200320061615333.321
87Gary Rutledge19721974132526410
88David Casteal198619881265114.17
89Joe Jones197619801165104.45
90Pete Moore196719691524833.21
91Duffy Boles19731975884795.46
92Billy Richardson195919611234783.97
93Charley Williams19791981864735.51
94Alan Gray197719811084694.32
95Bo Wright19861987974674.84
96Lou Ikner19761978914655.13
97Trey Sanders202020211024484.42
98Steve Sloan196319652134382.18
99Jase McClellan20202021634366.93
100Jimmy Taylor19741975744345.93

Source: Stats are via Sports Reference

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Wisconsin football’s all-time leaders in rushing yards

28-05-2021 · Wisconsin football's all-time leaders in passing yards. View 10 items. 10. Terrell Fletcher, 1991-1994, 3,414 career rushing yards. 15 Oct 1994: Tailback Terrell Fletcher of the Wisconsin Bagders runs down the field during a game against the Northwestern Wildcats at Dyche Stadium in Evanston, Illinois.


Throughout the Big Ten and college football, Wisconsin is known for producing great running backs. The Badgers’ running back alum includes numerous record-breakers, Doak Walker Award winners and Heisman Trophy winners.

Many of these legends are represented in the top 10 in career rushing yards in Wisconsin program history including Ron Dayne, Jonathan Taylor, Melvin Gordon, P.J. Hill, Montee Ball and Billy Marek.

Some notable players that fell just outside the top 10 in career rushing yards include current New York Giants running back Corey Clement, Heisman trophy winner Alan Ameche and John Clay.

Below are the top 10 in career rushing yards in Wisconsin program history:

15 Oct 1994: Tailback Terrell Fletcher of the Wisconsin Bagders runs down the field during a game against the Northwestern Wildcats at Dyche Stadium in Evanston, Illinois. Wisconsin won the game 46-14.

Running back Brent Moss of the Wisconsin Badgers scores a touchdown during the Rose Bowl against the UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Wisconsin won the game 21-16.

Nov 11, 2017; Madison, WI, USA; The Wisconsin logo at mid field prior to the game against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Jan 1, 2008; Tampa, FL, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back P.J. Hill (39) carries the ball as Tennessee Volunteers linebacker Jerod Mayo (7) attempts to make the tackle during the second half during the Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. Tennessee won the game 21-17. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Oct 15, 2011; Madison, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back James White (20) rushes with the football as Wisconsin Badgers defensive back Michael Caputo (37) defends during the second quarter at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin defeated Indiana 59-7. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

COLUMBUS, OH – OCTOBER 9: Anthony Davis #28 of Wisconsin runs with the ball against Ohio State at Ohio Stadium on October 9, 2004 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon (25) finds a large hole during the first half of their game Saturday, November 15, 2014 at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis. Wisconsin beat Nebraska 59-24. MARK HOFFMAN/[email protected]
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Jan 1, 2013; Pasadena, CA, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Montee Ball (28) makes a touchdown against the Stanford Cardinal during the 2013 Rose Bowl game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Nov 18, 2017; Madison, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Jonathan Taylor runs to the 28 yard line for a first down during Wisconsin’s 24-10 win over Michigan at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Wood/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel via USA TODAY Sports

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