Hassan Haskins makes Michigan history with game-sealing TD vs. Iowa
Hassan Haskins is the owner of a new rushing record at Michigan.
In the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s B1G Championship game, Haskins leaped over the pile from 1-yard out to score his 20th rushing touchdown of the year. That’s a new single-season record for the Wolverines.
Haskins’ touchdown essentially sealed the victory for Michigan, too. His score put the Wolverines ahead 28-3 in the fourth quarter. It was his second score of the day:
UP AND OVER FOR THE RECORD!@h2_3125 picks up his 20th rushing TD of the season, a new @UMichFootball record 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/W4vNC9Okq5
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) December 5, 2021
Haskins has been part of a two-headed monster out of the backfield for Michigan this season. With Blake Corum, the tandem out of the Wolverines backfield has easily been one of the best combinations in the country.
After Saturday night, Haskins will be a B1G champion. He’ll also be the lone running back atop Michigan’s rushing record book.