7 of the most unbreakable records in FCS football history

Records are meant to be broken. But the ones below may last a while.

We scanned all 92 pages of the official NCAA Football Championship Subdivision record book for the most impressive single-game and single-season milestones.

NCAA RECORDS: 16 of college sports' most unbreakable records

Arnold Mickens' 8 straight 200-yard rushing games | 1994 Former Butler running back Arnold Mickens (1994-95) has his name littered across the FCS record book for 

his extraordinary two-year run with the Bulldogs. Among Mickens' FCS single-season and career records are: single-game carries (56),

most consecutive carries by the same player (26) and career rushing yards per game (190.7).

But Mickens' most unbreakable record might be his streak of eight consecutive games with at least 200 yards rushing in 1994.

The run started with a 218-yard, three-touchdown day against Xavier and was bookended by a 244-yard, three-score performance against Evansville.

 In between, Mickens had a school-record 295-yard outing on 56 carries against Valparaiso.

Mickens' eight 200+-yard games also represent the single-season record in FCS history.

 The career record is 13, owned by Sacramento State's Charles Roberts (1997-2000).

Jeremy Moses' 85 passing attempts in a single game | Nov. 1, 2008 Even with today's pass-heavy offenses,

it'll be hard to surpass Stephen F. Austin's Jeremy Moses' 85 passing attempts against Sam Houston State back on Nov. 1, 2008.

Quinn Epperly's 29 consecutive passing completions to start a game | Nov. 2, 2013 Moving on from pure quantity to amazing accuracy, 

Princeton quarterback Quinn Epperly got off to a tremendous start against Cornell in 2013, completing each of his first 29 passing attempts.

Portland State's 105 points scored in a single game | Nov. 8, 1980 The Portland State Vikings had a game to remember in 1980, defeating Delaware State 105-0

. It's not quite Georgia Tech's 222-0 blowout against Cumberland in 1916, but it's a mind-boggling total nonetheless.

Montana's 39 fourth-quarter points to win a game | Sept. 4, 1993 Montana trailed South Dakota State 38-13 entering the fourth quarter on Sept. 4, 1993. The Grizzlies won the game 52-48.

Nicholls' 13-point margin of victory — in overtime | Oct. 26, 1996 In college football, each overtime period is a two-possession series 

with each team playing one possession on offense and one on defense, starting at the 25-yard line.

James Madison's 1 punt return allowed in 2012 James Madison punted just 34 times in 2012. Impressive. Even more astounding?

 The Dukes allowed just one of those punts to be returned.