All-Time Single Game Tackle for Loss Leaders

All-Time Single Game Tackle for Loss Leaders


August 26, 2020
Khaleke Hudson (image via Maize ‘n’ Brew)

Last week I posted the all-time TFL leaders for a season (LINK). Up for perusal this week are the single-game leaders.

Hit the jump for the list.

  1. 8.0 – Khaleke Hudson (2017 vs. Minnesota)
  2. 7.0 – Larry Foote (2001 vs. Iowa)
  3. 5.0 – Sam Sword (1997 vs. Minnesota)
  4. 5.0 – Shantee Orr (2001 vs. Michigan State)
  5. 5.0 – Shawn Crable (2007 vs. Northwestern)
  6. 5.0 – Brandon Graham (2009 vs. Ohio State)
  7. 5.0 – Josh Uche (2019 vs. Illinois)
  8. 4.5 – Obi Ezeh (2008 vs. Illinois)
  9. 4.0 – Glen Steele (1994 vs. Colorado)
  10. 4.0 – James Hall (1998 vs. Arkansas)
  11. 4.0 – Dhani Jones (1999 vs. Northwestern)
  12. 4.0 – Eric Wilson (2000 vs. Auburn)
  13. 4.0 – Larry Foote (2001 vs. Washington)
  14. 4.0 – Ernest Shazor (2004 vs. Minnesota)
  15. 4.0 – LaMarr Woodley (2004 vs. Texas)
  16. 4.0 – LaMarr Woodley (2005 vs. Penn State)
  17. 4.0 – Rondell Biggs (2006 vs. Vanderbilt)
  18. 4.0 – Shawn Crable (2007 vs. Notre Dame)
  19. 4.0 – Brandon Graham (2009 vs. Wisconsin)
  20. 4.0 – Jake Ryan (2011 vs. Virginia Tech)
  21. 4.0 – Jabrill Peppers (2016 vs. UCF)
  22. 4.0 – Mike McCray II (2017 vs. South Carolina)
  23. 3.5 – Brandon Graham (2007 vs. Notre Dame)
  24. 3.5 – Brandon Graham (2008 vs. Utah)
  25. 3.5 – Brandon Graham (2009 vs. Iowa)
  26. 3.5 – Brandon Graham (2009 vs. Penn State)
  27. 3.5 – Jake Ryan (2012 vs. Illinois)
  28. 3.5 – Mike McCray II (2016 vs. Hawaii)
  29. 3.5 – Jabrill Peppers (2016 vs. Colorado)
  30. 3.5 – Chase Winovich (2017 vs. Purdue)
  31. 3.5 – Maurice Hurst, Jr. (2017 vs. Michigan State)
  32. 3.5 – Kwity Paye (2019 vs. Rutgers)

3 comments

  1. Comments: 5
    Joined: 8/12/2015
    MGoScene
    Aug 26, 2020 at 3:21 PM

    Most of these aren’t surprising, but Obi Ezeh in the top ten?! And on arguably the worst Michigan defense in recent history.

    • Comments: 3845
      Joined: 7/13/2015
      Aug 27, 2020 at 8:48 AM

      Yeah, that was a surprise for me, too. I think Ezeh was an interesting prospect who got more and more ruined throughout his career by his coaching.

  2. Comments: 6285
    Joined: 8/11/2015
    Lanknows
    Aug 27, 2020 at 10:42 AM

    Look how many times Graham makes the list. What a beast that guy was. He really stood out during some rough seasons for the program.

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