Devin Gardner now has 4 TDs passing, 4 TDs receiving (still tied for the team lead), and 3 TDs rushing this year. This got me thinking about other creators of unusual season stat sheets.
Harmon of Michigan (below) is of course the king of odd stats, with a 1940 season that saw him post 14 TDs rushing, 7 TDs passing, 1 TD on a KR, 1 TD on an INT return, 18 extra points, a field goal, and (apparently) 2 two-point conversions. He also punted 42 times for an avg of 37 yards. He didn't have any receptions in 1940, but he had 4 for 110 yards in 1939, apparently for no TDs.
Woodson had 2 TDs receiving in 1997, with 1 TD rushing, and 1 TD on the PR against OSU. He had 8 INTs that year, but surprisingly he did not score a defensive TD that year or any other year at Michigan. He did complete a 28 yard pass against Wisconsin in '97.
Is there anyone else that belongs in this unscientific category? I suppose Navarre deserves a mention just for his glorious rumble of a TD reception against Minnesota in 2003...Also, since I'm sure someone will mention it, no, I am not saying that DG is in the class of Harmon and Woodson. I'm just pointing out his unusual stats. Also, I left out Desmond Howard's Heisman campaign because his stats, while great, were not that odd of a combination. The reader is of course free to disagree with this - with great vigor if you like.