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2009 Leaders

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National Champion: Alabama (AP, BCS, FWAA, NFF, USA)

Heisman Memorial Trophy: Mark Ingram (Alabama)
Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award: Gary Patterson (Texas Christian)

AP Preseason #1: Florida ▪ AP Final #1: Alabama

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Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Tim Tebow* (Florida) 164.2
2. Kellen Moore* (Boise State) 161.7
3. Jimmy Clausen (Notre Dame) 161.4
4. Max Hall* (Brigham Young) 160.1
5. Kyle Padron* (Southern Methodist) 159.9
6. Nathan Enderle* (Idaho) 157.3
7. Case Keenum* (Houston) 154.8
8. Ryan Mallett* (Arkansas) 152.5
9. Andy Dalton* (Texas Christian) 151.8
10. Joe Webb (Alabama-Birmingham) 150.7
11. Bill Stull* (Pittsburgh) 150.6
12. Dan Lefevour* (Central Michigan) 150.3
13. Tony Pike* (Cincinnati) 149.8
14. Tyrod Taylor* (Virginia Tech) 149.4
15. Riley Skinner (Wake Forest) 147.8
16. Russell Wilson (North Carolina State) 147.8
17. Christian Ponder* (Florida State) 147.7
18. Colt McCoy* (Texas) 147.4
19. Levi Brown* (Troy) 146.1
20. Chris Todd* (Auburn) 145.7
  Chris Todd* (Auburn) 145.7

Field Goal Percentage

1. Jordan Congdon* (Southern California) 75.0
2. Nate Whitaker* (Stanford) 72.7
3. Matt Szymanski* (Southern Methodist) 68.8
4. Jacob Rogers* (Cincinnati) 68.4
5. Aric Goodman (Colorado) 55.6

Punting Yards Per Punt

1. Jake Harry IV* (Missouri) 42.8
2. Matt Szymanski* (Southern Methodist) 41.9
3. Jacob Rogers* (Cincinnati) 41.6
4. Alonso Rojas (Kansas) 41.4
5. David Defatta* (Middle Tennessee State) 38.7

Kickoff Return Yards Per Return

1. Stacy Williams (Baylor) 26.0
2. Chris Hobbs (Memphis) 22.9
3. Johnny Sears (Eastern Michigan) 22.9
4. Anthony Bowman (Kent State) 22.0
5. Lucas Swift (Miami (OH)) 14.1

Fumbles Forced

1. Ryan Kerrigan (Purdue) 7
  Cody Grimm* (Virginia Tech) 7
3. Robert Quinn* (North Carolina) 6
4. Rico McCoy* (Tennessee) 5
  E.J. Wilson* (North Carolina) 5
  Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (Washington) 5
  Jammie Kirlew (Indiana) 5
8. Von Miller* (Texas A&M) 4
  Brandon Bice* (Northern Illinois) 4
  Derrell Smith (Syracuse) 4
  Doug Wiggins (Western Michigan) 4
  Stephen Paea* (Oregon State) 4
  Travis Bradshaw (Rice) 4
  Cordarro Law* (Southern Mississippi) 4
15. Ernest (Mick) Williams* (Pittsburgh) 3
  Harry Coleman* (Louisiana State) 3
  Brandon Sharpe* (Texas Tech) 3
  Matt Daniels (Duke) 3
  Chris Mattocks* (East Carolina) 3
  Monte Simmons (Kent State) 3
  Jordan Lake (Baylor) 3
  Jeffrey Fitzgerald (Kansas State) 3
  Jeff Wheeler (Kansas) 3
  Dontari Poe (Memphis) 3
  Lawrence Wilson* (Connecticut) 3
  Chris Campa (Louisville) 3
  Brandon Lang* (Troy) 3
  Jarvis Geathers* (Central Florida) 3
  Josh Brent (Illinois) 3
  Tenarius Wright* (Arkansas) 3
  Kenny Rowe* (Oregon) 3
  Paul Hazel (Western Michigan) 3
  Dak Notestine* (Ohio) 3
  O'Brien Schofield* (Wisconsin) 3
  Elliott Henigan (Alabama-Birmingham) 3
  Mike Gothard (Western Kentucky) 3
  Tray Hardaway (New Mexico) 3
  Ollie Ogbu* (Penn State) 3
  Chris Marve (Vanderbilt) 3
  Cliff Matthews* (South Carolina) 3
  Sabbath Joseph* (South Florida) 3
  Demarcus Dobbs* (Georgia) 3
  Kanorris Davis* (Troy) 3
  T.J. Fatinikun (Toledo) 3
  Corey Paredes (Hawaii) 3
  Terrance Conner* (Southern Mississippi) 3
  Korey Williams* (Southern Mississippi) 3
  Marcus McGraw* (Houston) 3
  Koa Misi* (Utah) 3
  Pierre Fils (New Mexico State) 3