Montee Ball scored more rushing touchdowns in his career at the University of Wisconsin than any other player in college football history, so it’s really no surprise that Ball is also the game’s all-time leading scorer, at least among non-kickers.
Between 2009 and 2012, Ball racked up a staggering 500 career points while serving as the key cog in Wisconsin's mighty rushing attack. He took the record away from Miami's Travis Prentice.
Below is the list of the Top 10 leading scorers, among non-kickers, in college football history.
strong>Montee Ball, Wisconsin (2009-12): 500
Travis Prentice, Miami of Ohio (1996-99): 468 career points
Ricky Williams, Texas (1995-98): 452
Taurean Henderson, Texas Tech (2002-05): 414
Brock Forsey, Boise State (1999-02): 408
Cedric Benson, Texas (2001-04): 404
Anthony Thompson, Indiana (1986-89): 394
DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma (2007-2010): 390
Ron Dayne, Wisconsin (1996-99): 378
Marshall Faulk, San Siego State (1991-93): 376