Just keep running…
University of Indianapolis senior running back Toriano Clinton made history Saturday afternoon, breaking the program’s single-season rushing record in a dominating, 70-21 victory, at Quincy University in Quincy, Illinois. Heading into the day, the Division II rushing leader Clinton racked up 234 yards on the ground to surpass one of the program’s most high-profile records just eight games into the season.
Clinton spearheaded a UIndy rushing attack that generated 425 yards. He hit the 200-yard mark for the third consecutive week to become the first-ever UIndy rusher to surpass 1,500 yards in a season.
A look at Clinton’s games so far:
Week one against Saint Xavier: 147 yards , 3 touchdowns
Week two against Hillsdale: 270 yards, 4 touchdowns
Week three against Tiffin: 90 yards, 1 touchdown
Week four against Ohio Dominican: 67 yards
Week five against Southwest Baptist: 197 yards, 1 touchdown
Week six against McKendree: 287 yards, 4 touchdowns
Week seven against Lindenwood: 229 yards, 1 touchdown
Week eight against Quincy: 234 yards, 3 touchdowns
The Greyhounds have three games left in the regular season with their final home game on Nov. 6 against William Jewell at 2 p.m. at Key Stadium.