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National Champion: Oklahoma (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA-ESPN)

Heisman Memorial Trophy: Chris Weinke (Florida State)
Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award: Bob Stoops (Oklahoma)

AP Preseason #1: Nebraska ▪ AP Final #1: Oklahoma

Year Leaders

Read more about our data coverage. ▪ An asterisk (*) after a player's name indicates bowl stats are included.

Pass Completion Percentage

1. Luke McCown (Louisiana Tech) 66.1
2. Josh Heupel* (Oklahoma) 64.6
3. George Godsey (Georgia Tech) 63.6
4. Devin Scott (Temple) 63.0
5. John Welsh (Idaho) 62.9
6. Casey Clausen (Tennessee) 62.4
7. Jay Stoner (Wyoming) 62.2
8. Ryan Schneider (Central Florida) 61.9
9. Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech) 61.9
10. Rex Grossman (Florida) 61.8
11. Chris Weinke (Florida State) 61.7
12. David Carr (Fresno State) 61.4
13. Talmadge Hill (Ball State) 61.3
14. Byron Leftwich (Marshall) 61.1
15. Troy Nunes (Syracuse) 61.0
16. Dave Ragone (Louisville) 61.0
17. Bart Hendricks (Boise State) 60.5
18. Ben Leard (Auburn) 60.5
19. Drew Henson (Michigan) 60.4
20. Drew Brees* (Purdue) 60.4

Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Bart Hendricks (Boise State) 170.6
2. Chris Weinke (Florida State) 163.1
3. Rex Grossman (Florida) 161.8
4. Casey Printers (Texas Christian) 156.7
5. Drew Henson (Michigan) 152.7
6. Ken Dorsey (Miami (FL)) 152.3
7. George Godsey (Georgia Tech) 151.9
8. John Turman (Pittsburgh) 151.4
9. Rocky Perez (Texas-El Paso) 147.1
10. Mike Thiessen (Air Force) 147.0
11. Ryan Schneider (Central Florida) 147.0
12. Cory Paus (UCLA) 145.7
13. Casey Clausen (Tennessee) 145.5
14. Dave Ragone (Louisville) 142.2
15. John Welsh (Idaho) 139.3
16. Jason Thomas (Nevada-Las Vegas) 138.1
17. Travis Cole (Minnesota) 137.6
18. Matt Newton (Colorado State) 136.9
19. Josh Heupel* (Oklahoma) 136.4
20. Major Applewhite (Texas) 135.9

Kickoff Return Touchdowns

1. Latarence Dunbar (Texas Christian) 2
  Shawn Terry (West Virginia) 2

Interceptions

1. Dwight Smith (Akron) 10
  Anthony Floyd (Louisville) 10
3. Ed Reed (Miami (FL)) 8
  J.T. Thatcher* (Oklahoma) 8
5. Nate Jackson (Hawaii) 7
  Jamar Fletcher (Wisconsin) 7
  Dan Dawson (Rice) 7
8. Jerametrius Butler (Kansas State) 6
  Willie Pile (Virginia Tech) 6
  Tay Cody (Florida State) 6
  Tim Wansley (Georgia) 6
  Todd Howard (Michigan) 6
  Rashad Holman (Louisville) 6
  Lenny Walls (Boston College) 6
  Alex Ardley (Clemson) 6
  Charles Tillman (Louisiana-Lafayette) 6
  Shawn Robinson (Pittsburgh) 6
  Lito Sheppard (Florida) 6
19. C.J. Scott (Tulsa) 5
  Michael Jolivette (Arizona) 5
  Tedaro France (Central Michigan) 5
  Ontei Jones* (Oklahoma) 5
  Leo Barnes (Southern Mississippi) 5
  Demerist Whitfield (Northern Illinois) 5
  Ken Lucas (Mississippi) 5
  Hanik Milligan (Houston) 5
  Jake Cookus* (Oregon State) 5
  Chris Lepore (Navy) 5
  Todd Johnson (Florida) 5
  D.J. Walker (Texas-El Paso) 5
  Stuart Schweigert* (Purdue) 5
  Richard Bryant (West Virginia) 5
  Dyshod Carter (Kansas State) 5
  Ronyell Whitaker (Virginia Tech) 5
  Troy Watchorn (Nebraska) 5
  Rashad Bauman* (Oregon) 5
  Mike Echols (Wisconsin) 5
  Doug Hodges (Marshall) 5
  Anthony Henry (South Florida) 5
  Cedric Henry (Michigan State) 5
  Glenn Sumter (Memphis) 5
  Harold Blackmon* (Northwestern) 5
  David Mitchell* (Ohio State) 5
  Rodney Crayton (Auburn) 5
  Vince Thompson (Northern Illinois) 5
  Nijrell Eason* (Arizona State) 5
  Fred Smoot (Mississippi State) 5