Michigan running back Hassan Haskins is enjoying one of the most productive seasons by a Michigan runner in the program’s long, proud history.

On Saturday night, to put the 2nd-ranked Wolverines up 21-3 on No. 13 Iowa in the Big Ten Championship Game, Haskins scored his 19th rushing touchdown of the year.

That score tied him with Ron Johnson for the program’s all-time record for rushing touchdowns in a season. Johnson had 19 in 1968. Haskins will have the chance, with the Wolverines cruising toward a College Football Playoff berth, to break a record that has stood for nearly half a century.

Despite playing in a backfield timeshare with the lighting to Haskins’ Thunder—Blake Corum—Haskins has enjoyed a 1,000-yard season. He entered the day with 1,232 rushing yards and a healthy 5.1 yards-per-carry average. With the third-quarter score on Iowa, Haskins now has 8 touchdown runs in his last 3 outings.

Of course, the big day came in Michigan’s big win over rival Ohio State last Saturday. Haskins had 169 yards and 5 rushing touchdowns in the Wolverines’ 42-27 win. He’s found the end zone at least once in all but 3 Michigan games this season.

Michigan (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten) and Iowa (10-2, 7-2 Big Ten) are battling it out on FOX.