Brotzman is #21 in NCAA History in Scoring

Brotzman is having a banner year for the Broncos

Boise State's Kyle Brotzman is enjoying a tremendous season with 45 points in four games for the Broncos. Brotzman booted a field goal and seven extra points last night in Boise State's 59-0 win over New Mexico State and now is tied for #21 in NCAA history with 377 career points.

Kyle Brotzman moved into the all-time Top 25 in NCAA college football history with his performance last night in Boise State's 59-0 win over New Mexico State in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  Brotzman booted a field goal and seven extra points for a total of 10 points in the Western Athletic Conference Opener for the Broncos.  

Brotzman has 377 career points and is tied for #21 all-time with Brett Swenson of Michigan State and Alex Trlica of Texas Tech.  Brotzman is just one point away from the great Ron Dayne of Wisconsin , 31 points away from the all-time Boise State record of 408 set by Bronco great Brock Forsey and 48 points short of the all-time NCAA scoring record for kickers (425 set by Penn State 's Kevin Kelly).   

Brotzman would have to produce lots of field goals over the next nine games to break the all-time NCAA scoring record.  Travis Prentice of Miami (OH) scored 78 touchdowns from 1996-1999 to set the scoring record of 468 points.

The All-Time Top Scorers in the History of College Football:


1.  Travis Prentice,
Miami of Ohio (1996-1999) 468
2.  Ricky Williams,
Texas (1995-1998) 452
3.  Art Carmody,
Louisville (2004-2007) 433
4.  Kevin Kelly,
Penn State (2005-2008) 425
5.  Roman Anderson,
Houston (1988-1991) 423
6.  Taurean
Henderson , Texas Tech (2002-2005) 414
7.  Billy Bennett,
Georgia (2000-2003) 409
8.  Brock Forsey,
Boise State (1999-2002) 408
9.  
Cedric Benson , Texas (2001-2004) 404
10.  Jeremy Ito,
Rutgers (2004-2007) 400
11.  Carlos Huerta,
Miami of Florida (1988-1991) 397
12.  Jason Elam,
Hawai'i (1988-1992) 395
13.  Anthony Thompson,
Indiana (1986-1989) 394
14.  Nick
Novak , Maryland (2001-2004) 393
14.  Derek Schmidt,
Florida State (1984-1987) 393 
16.  Kris Brown,
Nebraska (1995-1998) 388
17.  Leigh Tiffin,
Alabama (2006-2009) 385
18.  Pat
McAfee , West Virginia (2005-2008)384
18.  Alexis Serna,
Oregon State (2004-2007) 384
20.  Ron Dayne,
Wisconsin (1996-1999) 378
21.  Kyle Brotzman,
Boise State 377 (2007-Current)
21.  Brett Swenson,
Michigan State (2006-2009) 377
21.  Alex
Trlica , Texas Tech (2004-2007) 377
24.  Marshall Faulk,
San Diego State (1991-1993) 376
25.  Xavier Beitia,
Florida State 375

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