Former Purdue running back Raheem Mostert gained a lot of fame in the NFC Championship Game, rushing for 220 yards and four touchdowns in San Francisco’s win over Green Bay to get to the Super Bowl.
Mostert’s big accomplishments this postseason didn’t end there.
In the third quarter of Super Bowl LIV, Mostert scored from 1 yard out for his first touchdown of the game. The score gave the 49ers a 20-10 advantage over the Kansas City Chiefs in the third quarter.
Mostert had to power through a group of Kansas City defenders to get across the goal line, but he eventually was able to reach the ball into the end zone for the score.
Mostert continues his hot streak!
— NFL (@NFL) February 3, 2020
Mostert has now rushed for over 300 yards and five touchdowns this postseason. Not bad for a former undrafted free agent who bounced around the NFL for a few years before finding a home in San Francisco.