The CFL was officially formed in 1958. Statistics for the IRFU/Eastern Division date back to 1954 whereas WIFU/Western Division statistics date back to 1950.
|Season||Rushing yards||Carries||Rushing touchdowns|
|1950||637 Tom Casey|
|1951||933 Normie Kwong|
|1952||815 Johnny Bright|
|1953||926 Billy Vessels|
|1954||1043 Howard Waugh||176 Alex Webster||10 Alex Webster & Johnny Bright|
|1955||1250 Normie Kwong||241 Normie Kwong||17 Pat Abbruzzi|
|1956||1437 Normie Kwong||232 Normie Kwong||17 Pat Abbruzzi|
|1957||1679 Johnny Bright||259 Johnny Bright||18 Gerry James|
|1958||1722 Johnny Bright||296 Johnny Bright||10 Normie Kwong|
|1959||1340 Johnny Bright||231 Johnny Bright||10 Dave Thelen|
|1960||1407 Dave Thelen||251 Johnny Bright||15 Ron Stewart|
|1961||1794 Earl Lunsford||296 Earl Lunsford||11 Johnny Bright|
|1962||1520 George Dixon||216 George Dixon||11 George Dixon|
|1963||1343 Lovell Coleman||237 Lovell Coleman||13 Lovell Coleman|
|1964||1629 Lovell Coleman||260 Lovell Coleman||11 Bob Swift|
|1965||1768 George Reed||274 George Reed||12 George Reed|
|1966||1409 George Reed||266 George Reed||7 Jim Dillard & Bill Munsey|
|1967||1471 George Reed||302 George Reed||15 George Reed|
|1968||1222 George Reed||268 George Reed||16 George Reed|
|1969||1353 George Reed||273 George Reed||12 George Reed|
|1970||1135 Hugh McKinnis||205 Hugh McKinnis||9 Hugh McKinnis|
|1971||1237 Jim Evenson||260 Jim Evenson||12 George Reed|
|1972||1527 Mack Herron||263 Dave Buchanan||13 George Reed|
|1973||1455 Roy Bell||256 George Reed||12 George Reed|
|1974||1447 George Reed||288 George Reed||9 Calvin Harrell|
|1975||1896 Willie Burden||332 Willie Burden||11 George Reed & Art Green|
|1976||1277 Jim Washington||234 Art Green||13 Art Green|
|1977||1581 Jimmy Edwards||252 Jim Washington||10 Richard Holmes|
|1978||1306 Mike Strickland||284 Mike Strickland||13 James Sykes|
|1979||1678 David Green||287 David Green||11 David Green|
|1980||1263 James Sykes||222 James Sykes||10 James Sykes & Jim Germany|
|1981||1107 James Sykes||240 James Sykes||18 Jim Germany|
|1982||1141 Alvin Walker||238 Alvin Walker||13 Alvin Walker|
|1983||1431 Alvin Walker||238 Alvin Walker||10 Alvin Walker|
|1984||1733 Willard Reaves||304 Willard Reaves||14 Willard Reaves|
|1985||1323 Willard Reaves||267 Willard Reaves||14 Craig Ellis|
|1986||1153 Gary Allen||205 Gary Allen||12 Bobby Johnson|
|1987||1471 Willard Reaves||271 Willard Reaves||12 Gill Fenerty|
|1988||1075 Orville Lee||232 Orville Lee||11 Milson Jones|
|1989||1503 Reggie Taylor||246 Derrick McAdoo||11 Blake Marshall & Derrick McAdoo|
|1990||1341 Robert Mimbs||285 Robert Mimbs||11 Milson Jones|
|1991||1769 Robert Mimbs||326 Robert Mimbs||16 Blake Marshall & Jon Volpe|
|1992||1153 Mike Richardson||211 Mike Richardson||13 Jon Volpe|
|1993||925 Mike Richardson||165 Mike Richardson||11 Doug Flutie & Matt Dunigan|
|1994||1972 Mike Pringle||306 Mike Pringle||14 Tony Stewart|
|1995||1791 Mike Pringle||311 Mike Pringle||17 Cory Philpot|
|1996||1403 Robert Mimbs||292 Robert Mimbs||11 Robert Drummond|
|1997||1775 Mike Pringle||306 Mike Pringle||16 Ronald Williams|
|1998||2065 Mike Pringle||347 Mike Pringle||13 Ronald Williams|
|1999||1656 Mike Pringle||322 Mike Pringle||14 Ronald Williams|
|2000||1778 Mike Pringle||326 Mike Pringle||19 Mike Pringle|
|2001||1484 Michael Jenkins||271 Michael Jenkins||16 Mike Pringle|
|2002||1448 John Avery||230 Troy Davis||14 Sean Millington|
|2003||1554 Charles Roberts||273 Mike Pringle||13 Mike Pringle|
|2004||1628 Troy Davis||324 Troy Davis||10 Troy Davis|
|2005||1624 Charles Roberts||290 Charles Roberts||13 Antonio Warren|
|2006||1609 Charles Roberts||303 Charles Roberts||14 Robert Edwards|
|2007||1510 Joe Smith||281 Joe Smith||18 Joe Smith|
|2008||1310 Joffrey Reynolds||227 Joffrey Reynolds||12 Wes Cates|
|2009||1504 Joffrey Reynolds||238 Fred Reid||13 Avon Cobourne|
|2010||1396 Fred Reid||227 DeAndra Cobb||15 Wes Cates|
|2011||1381 Brandon Whitaker||226 Brandon Whitaker||9 Jon Cornish|
|2012||1457 Jon Cornish||259 Jon Cornish||11 Jon Cornish & Kory Sheets|
|2013||1813 Jon Cornish||287 Kory Sheets||12 Jon Cornish & Kory Sheets|
|2014||1082 Jon Cornish||192 Nic Grigsby||10 Drew Tate|
|2015||1059 Tyrell Sutton||222 Andrew Harris||9 Jeremiah Johnson|
|2016||1198 Jerome Messam||206 Jerome Messam||11 Jerome Messam|
|2017||1035 Andrew Harris||215 Jerome Messam||12 Mike Reilly|
|2018||1390 Andrew Harris||251 William Powell||14 James Franklin|
|2019||1380 Andrew Harris||225 Andrew Harris||12 Vernon Adams, Chris Streveler & William Powell|
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