Zack Moss Sets Another School Record For Most Career All-Purpose Yards
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. – Utah Utes star running back Zack Moss broke another school record, the latest coming in his final game of his college football career.
Moss broke the school record for career all-purpose yards, previously held by Steve Odom, who had 4,755 career all-purpose yards.
He passed the record in the second half of the Alamo Bowl against the Texas Longhorns.
This season, Moss has now broken seven career rushing or all-purpose yard records, which includes most career 100-yard rushing games, rushing touchdowns, rushing yards, total touchdowns, most 1,000 yard rushing seasons and rushing attempts.
In Utah’s 38-10 loss to the Texas Longhorns, Moss finished with 16 carries for 57 yards, along with two catches for 14 yards. This season, Moss has rushed for 1,416 yards and 15 touchdowns on 235 carries.
The Utes finished the season with an 11-3 record after losing their second straight game.
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