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Schools Scoring 700 or More Points

From Harvard in 1886 through Mount Union OH and Morningside IA in 2015, a total of 15 colleges have recorded 23 seasons with at least 700 or more points scored.
 
Mount Union, a NCAA III school in Ohio, has recorded 22 seasons--21 straight; since 1995; of this total, 6 times the Purple Raiders have surpassed 700 or more points--including the all-time high of 878 points during the 2014 college football season.
 
In addition to Mount Union's accomplishments; just 3 schools have multiple 700 points each seasons: Georgetown KY, Mary Hardin-Baylor, Morningside, each have recorded 2 such seasons.
 
The state of Minnesota has seen three schools over 700+ points: Minnesota, 1904; St. John's and St. Thomas in 1993 and 2015, respectively.
 
Just four Bowl Subdivision teams--or previous names for the sport's highest division--have reached that mark; using classifications at the time of the accomplishment.
 
They are Harvard, 1886; Minnesota, 1904; Florida State, 2013 and Oklahoma in 2008.
 
Harvard was the first team to surpass 700 points in a season in 1886. Interestingly, the year before, by a vote of the faculty of the  school was not permitted to participate in games against other colleges​.
 
The complete list shows:

1. Mount Union, 2014; 837 points.
2. Pittsburg State KS, 2004; 837.
3. Morningside IA, 2015; 825.
4. Mount Union, 2015; 800.
5. Mount Union, 2012; 792.
6. Mount Union, 2007; 778.
7. Sioux Falls, 2009; 775.
8 .St. Thomas, 2015, 770.
9. Harvard, 1885; 786.
10. Mount Union, 1997; 752.
11. Georgia Southern, 1999; 747.
12. Georgetown KY, 1991; 744.
13. Lindenwood MO, 1999; 744.
14. Minnesota, 1904; 725.
15. Florida State, 2013; 723.
16. Morningside IA, 2014; 721.
17. Oklahoma, 2008; 716
18. Georgetown KY, 1999, 710.
19. Grand Valley MI, 2001; 707.
20. Mary Hardin-Baylor TX, 2007; 707.
21. Mary Hardin-Baylor TX, 2006; 706.
22. St. John's MN, 1993; 702.
23. Mount Union OH, 2013; 700.