With another 100-yard performance, Minnesota RB Mo Ibrahim breaks program record
Minnesota running back Mo Ibrahim has broken the program’s record for the longest streak of 100-yard games.
In tonight’s game against Wisconsin, he rushed for his eighth straight 100-yard game which broke a tie with Laurence Maroney.
Mo Ibrahim has eight-straight 100-yard games to break tie with Laurence Maroney from 2003-04. Minnesota's Big Ten running back of the year has done it against the #Badgers' stellar rushing defense on Saturday.
— Andy Greder (@andygreder) December 19, 2020
So far in the game against the Badgers, he has 144 yards rushing on 24 carries with his longest run being 31 yards. His best performance this season came against Illinois on Nov. 7. He had 224 yards rushing in the game on 30 attempts with four touchdowns. His longest run that day was 53 yards.
Ibrahim also had another 200-yard game the week before against Maryland. In that game, he rushed for 207 yards on 41 carries with four rushing touchdowns. His longest run throughout it was 33 yards.
Ibrahim has also had a touchdown in every game this season except against Iowa and tonight against Wisconsin. Despite that, he still had 144 yards rushing against the Hawkeyes.
You can see the end of the Minnesota-Wisconsin game on the Big Ten Network.