Mohamed Ibrahim becomes Minnesota's all-time leading rusher in 1st half of Pinstripe Bowl
Mohamed Ibrahim just cannot stop breaking records in the Pinstripe Bowl.
Ibrahim broke the single-season touchdown and rushing yards record in the first half of the bowl game against the Syracuse Orange, as well as the single-season carries record set by David Cobb in 2014 (314).
For good measure, he went ahead and broke a 4th; Darrell Thompson’s all-time Minnesota career rushing record of 4,654 yards.
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Ibrahim is up to 4,668 yards and 53 rushing touchdowns across his 6-year career. He’s done so in 40 total games with 2 quarters to go.
Those are numbers that are almost hard to believe. Ibrahim has been one of the best running backs in the country and it seems his hard work is paying off so far against Syracuse.
Minnesota leads 14-7 heading into the start of the 3rd quarter. He’s already rushed for 71 yards and 1 touchdown, with an average of 4.4 yards per rush against the Orange.