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Can you believe that it is actually possible to reach more than 2,000 receiving yards in a single NCAA season? Believe it or not, this actually is possible. There is one player who has managed to do it, and has thus managed to achieve the record for the most receiving yards in NCAA history for a single season. The player I am referring to is Trevor Insley from Nevada. He was able to rack up 2,060 yards in a single season on only 134 catches. That is an incredible average of more than 15 yards per reception. There are few players who could boast of that high of an average, particularly over the course of a whole season. Needless to say, this player played a huge role in the season for this team. There has never been another player in NCAA history who has been able to crack the 2,000 yards receiving mark in a single season. Many consider a season with more than 1,000 yards receiving to be a very good one indeed. After all, http://www.tvsavings.org/, we are only talking about a season of 12 games. To get to 2,000, you need to average over 150 yards per game!