Stanford sophomore Christian McCaffrey broke the Rose Bowl record for all-purpose yards in a game in Stanford's 45-16 win over Iowa. McCaffrey gained 368 all-purpose yards on the night en route to being named Rose Bowl Offensive MVP.

Christian McCaffrey just set a new #RoseBowl record for all-purpose yards with 361. Previous #RoseBowl record was 346 by Jared Abbrederis.

— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 2, 2016

The record was previously held by Wisconsin's Jared Abbrederis, who gained 346 all-purpose yards in the 2012 Rose Bowl against Oregon.

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McCaffrey extended his own NCAA single-season record for all-purpose yards to 3,864 yards and became the first Stanford player to ever rush for more than 2,000 yards in a single season (2,019). On the night, McCaffrey has 178 yards rushing, 105 receiving, 63 on punt returns, 28 on kick returns and scored two touchdowns.

.@CMccaffrey5 has just become the first 2,000-yard rusher in @StanfordFball history (single season).

— GoStanford Notes (@gostanfordnotes) January 2, 2016

McCaffrey also became the first player to ever gain more than 100 yards rushing and receiving in the same game in Rose Bowl history.

McCaffrey is now the first player in @rosebowlgame history to go for 100+ yards rushing and 100+ yards receiving.

— Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) January 2, 2016
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