Daily Football Fix: Unbreakable Gator records

Pat Dooley
Gator Sports
In this Sept. 6, 2008 photo, Florida's Percy Harvin leaps through a hole in the Miami defensive line during a game in Gainesville.

Today's Daily Football Fix concerns records. These are records that appear to be unbreakable at the University of Florida. Tomorrow, we will give you five that could be broken this season:

1. Rushing yards by a wide receiver.

This one could easily last for decades. Percy Harvin set the career record with 1,852 yards. Even though Dan Mullen was running the offense then and is now, guys like Harvin are generational talents.

2. Passing yards (career).

You never know about this record, but it won't happen for a long time. Chris Leak had close to four seasons as a starter and threw for 11.213 yards for the Gators.

3. Career blocked kicks.

Chris Rainey had a unique talent for slipping between large people and using his speed to get to punters. He finished his career with six blocked kicks.

4. Rushing TDs for a quarterback (career)

It's difficult to see a Florida quarterback rushing for the 57 touchdowns like Tim Tebow did. In fact, none of the great quarterbacks in the history of the SEC have done it.

5. Receptions by two brothers.

We came up with this one on our own and while there have been some great father-son duos, nothing has come to the Caldwell brothers. Andre and the late Reche combined for 326 catches in their careers. Let that sink in.