Manti Te'o is the Walter Camp player of the year. (WSBT Photo)

Manti Te'o is the Walter Camp player of the year. (WSBT Photo) (December 6, 2012)

He's an official record breaker: Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o has won more national awards in a single season than any college football player in history.

On Thursday Te'o won the Walter Camp National Player of the Year award, the Maxwell Outstanding Player of the Year award and the the Bednarik Award, which goes to the national defensive player of the year.

Te'o has also taken home the Lombardi (top lineman, LB or TE), Nagurski (top defensive player) and Butkus (top linebacker). He was tied with 1997 Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson as the most ever won by a single player in one season -- but with his sixth award he broke that record.

Te'o still has a chance to win more. He is a finalist for the Hesiman Trophy which will be awarded on Saturday, and a finalist for the Ronnie Lott IMPACT award, which is awarded Sunday.

WSBT's David McCoy will be live in New York City tonight and tomorrow covering the Hesiman ceremony. Stay with us for updates.