Mohamed Ibrahim
Running BackRB
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Ibrahim should be labeled as one of the prime candidates to have a breakout season in 2020. After managing 5.7 yards per carry in an offense that struggled to throw the ball back in 2018, Ibrahim backed it up with 5.3 yards per tote last year, rushing 114 times for 604 yards and seven scores. He remains unproven as a pass-catcher, reeling in a combined seven passes between the last two campaigns, but his carry count could double or more from a season ago with Rodney Smith and Shannon Brooks out of the picture. Look for Bryce Williams to work as his primary backup, but Williams managed just 4.3 yards per tote in 2018 and a measly 1.4 on 17 rushes last season, while Ibrahim ended 2019 on a high note with 20 carries for 140 yards and a touchdown in the Outback Bowl win over Auburn. Read Past Outlooks
Coming back for senior season
December 28, 2020
Ibrahim announced via Twitter that he will return for his senior season in 2021.
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This is great news for the Gophers, who will be getting back one of the best running backs in the conference next year. The 5-10 Maryland native rushed for 1,076 yards and 15 touchdowns in just seven games this season. He could put up some crazy numbers if the Gophers have a full season next year.
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Finishes with massive 2020 campaign
December 22, 2020
Ibrahim rushed 26 times for 151 yards Saturday versus Wisconsin.
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Bolsters touchdown total
December 15, 2020
Ibrahim ran 20 times for 108 yards and a pair of touchdowns Saturday versus Nebraska.
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Returns to game
December 12, 2020
Ibrahim (pec) returned to Saturday's game against Nebraska, Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald reports.
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Sustains pec injury
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December 12, 2020
Ibrahim suffered a pec injury during the first quarter of Saturday's game against Nebraska, per the FS1 broadcast.
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Game cancelled again this week
November 30, 2020
Saturday's game between Northwestern and Minnesota is expected to be cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 issues within the Minnesota football program, Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com reports.
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