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Oklahoma's powerful Sooners, playing near-perfect football, ruined Nebraska's hopes for an undefeated season by registering two fourth-quarter TDs for a 17-7 victory. The loss snapped the nation's longest winning streak at 16, but the Cornhuskers gained sole possession of the Big 8 title for the second straight year when Missouri defeated Kansas.

The Cornhuskers wound up 9-1 for the year and 6-1 in the Big 8, nabbing No. 6 in the final AP and UPI polls. Oklahoma drew first blood on a 23-yard field goal by Ralph Metcalf, but the Huskers retaliated with a 56-yard Bob Churchich-to-Freeman White touchdown combo for a 7-3 lead. This held up from midway in the second period until only 6:16 remained in the game.

Then the Sooners staged a 24-play, 88-yard drive to go ahead 10-7 and, after a pass interception, Sooner Larry Brown scooted 48 yards to wrap up the upset with 3:11 left in the game.

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SERIES HISTORY
SEASON STATS | NU ROSTER

Oklahoma 17
Nebraska 7

Nov. 21, 1964
Norman, OK
Nebraska          0   7   0   0 —  7 
Oklahoma          3   0   0  14 — 17

First Quarter
OU — Ralph Metcalf 23 field goal
Second Quarter
NU — Freeman White 56, pass from Bob Churchich
     (Duncan Drum, kick)
Fourth Quarter
OU — Bob Page 1 run (Metcalf, kick)
OU — Larry Brown 48 run (Metcalf kick)

                          NU      OU
First downs               14      16
Rushing net               86     268
Passing net              150      30
  Comp-Att-Int       12-24-3   2-6-1
Total offense            236     298
Punts                   4-30    6-33
Fumbles lost               0       0
Yards penalized           24      45
 
Leading NU rushers: Bob Churchich, 39; Bob Hohn, 29;
   Frank Solich, 16
Leading NU passer: Bob Churchich, 12 for 24, 150 yds

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