Longest run in Super Bowl History
Willie Parker of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL vs. Seattle.His 75-yard touchdown run is the longest run from line of scrimmage in Super Bowl history, surpassing Marcus Allen's 74-yard run in Super Bowl XVII.Willie Parker's TD was a run. The longest touchdown passwas to wide receiver Mussin Mohammed from QB Jake Delhomme of the Carolina Panthers for 85 yards in 2004.
Longest TD run in Superbowl history was an interception by James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers, he ran the whole field
The longest run in Rose Bowl history was 91 yards. This was done by De'Anthony Thomas of the Oregon Ducks.
Willie Parker with a 75 yard TD run in Super Bowl XL.
As of the 2007 season, the longest run from the line of scrimmage in a Super Bowl is 75 yards by Willie Parker of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL.
In Super Bowl XL, running back Willie Parker of the Pittsburgh Steelers reeled off a 75-yard touchdown run against the Seattle Seahawks.
Willie Parker (75 yards)