Montee “Touchdown” Ball breaks the NCAA FBS Record


It didn’t take long as the Wisconsin Badgers Montee Ball scored his 79th and record-breaking touchdown in the first quarter of UW’s season finale at Penn State.

Ball rushed 17 yards on a sweep to the right in which he tip-toed down the sideline and walked in for the historic score.

No single player in NCAA FBS history has scored more touchdowns than Ball has during his career at Wisconsin.

Montee surpassed Travis Prentice of Miami of Ohio who had 78 career touchdowns from 1997-2000. He now has 15 touchdowns in his last eight games.

Wisconsin really is the running back university as they also hold the all-time rushing record with Ron Dayne’s 6,397 yards.

Did you see Montee’s record-breaking touchdown? What did you think? Let me know by commenting below.

Nick Grays is a senior writer at the Sports Bank where he covers the Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers. He also enjoys to share Fantasy Advice and pretend to be a Golf expert from time-to-time. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here or visit his blog Nick Knows Best. If social media is not your thing, shoot him an email at grays@uwalumni.com.

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