That was Ahmad Bradshaw of the Giants who gained 45 yards on 9 carries.
Dorsey Levins and Edgar Bennett. Levins gained 61 yards in 14 carries and Bennett gained 40 yards on 17 carries for the Packers in Super Bowl XXXI.
Roger Craig Through Super Bowl XLII, the only 100 yard receiving day by a running back in the Super Bowl was by Roger Craig of the San Francisco 49ers who gained 101 yards on 8 pass receptions in Super Bowl XXIII.
That was Edgar Bennett who gained 40 yards on 17 carries and had 1 pass reception for 4 yards. Dorsey Levins was the Packers most productive back in Super Bowl XXXI, gaining 61 yards on 14 carries and catching 3 passes for 23 yards.
Dolphins Running Back Larry Csonka, who ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns, was named the game's Most Valuable Player. His 145 rushing yards and his 33 carries were both Super Bowl records. Csonka became the first running back to earn Super Bowl MVP honors.
Steelers running back Willie Parker rushed for 53 yards on 19 carries.
Ahmad Bradshaw had 72 yards.
The 2006 Super Bowl was played between the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears with the Colts winning 29-17. The lead rusher was Dominic Rhodes who gained 113 yards with 1 TD over 21 carries.
Tony Paige and Carl Painter. Paige gained 105 yards on 30 carries and Painter gained 64 yards on 15 carries in 1989, Sanders' rookie season. Sanders gained 1,470 yards on 280 carries.
Frank Gore with 110 rushing yards.
As of Super Bowl XLII, that would be Timmy Smith of the Washington Redskins who rushed for 204 yards in Super Bowl XXII.
Joseph Addai of the Colts who had 77 rushing yards
Gaston Green , who gained 3,731 yards from 1984 to 1987.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, that would be the Washington Redskins with 602 yards of offense in Super Bowl XXII against the Denver Broncos. The Redskins gained 280 yards rushing and 322 yards passing in defeating the Broncos, 42-10. In Super Bowl XXII, the Redskins also set a Super Bowl record for most points scored in a quarter with 35 in the second quarter and running back Timmy Smith set a Super Bowl record with 204 yards rushing.
1988 when Timmy Smith rush for 204 yards in Super Bowl 22.
Ahmad Bradshaw of the Giants.
That would depend on when the ball was lateralled to the running back. If the ball was lateralled behind the line of scrimmage, the running back would be credited with all of the yards. But if the ball was lateralled past the line of scrimmage, the quarterback would be credited with the number of yards he had gained before lateralling and the running back would be credited with the rest. Example: Ball is at the offense's 30 yard line. Offense runs an option play. The quarterback gets to the 32 yard line and laterals to the running back who gets knocked out of bounds at the 45. The play gained 15 yards. Since the quarterback lateralled the ball at the 32, and the original line of scrimmage was the 30, the quarterback would be credited with 2 yards rushing and the running back would be credited with 13 yards rushing.
Ahmad Bradshaw (New York Giants) with 72 rushing yards.
Timmy Smith, Jamie Morris, and Kelvin Bryant shared RB duties for the 1988 Redskins. Smith gained 470 yards, Morris gained 437 yards, and Bryant gained 498 yards. Keith Griffin also saw action for the 1988 Redskins, playing in 8 games.
Aidan Shea and John Bickle Tied