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NEBRASKA BOWL RECORDS SET OR TIED IN THE 2009 HOLIDAY BOWL *Also a Holiday Bowl record | Old or tied record in italics
TEAM Fewest Yards Allowed* 109: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 174: vs. Michigan State, 2003 Alamo Bowl (Old Holiday Bowl record: 185, Texas A&M, vs. BYU, 1990) Fewest First Downs Allowed* 6: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 10: vs. Louisiana State, 1987 Sugar Bowl (Old Holiday Bowl record: 12, Arizona, vs. Nebraska, 1998) Fewest Opponent Plays* 51: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 53: vs. Arkansas, 1965 Cotton Bowl (Old Holiday Bowl record: 52, BYU, vs. Iowa, 1991) Fewest Opponent Rushing Attempts 20: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 21: vs. Tennessee, 1998 Orange Bowl Fewest Passing Yards Allowed* 46: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 47: vs. Oklahoma, 1979 Orange Bowl (Old Holiday Bowl record: 53, BYU, vs. SMU, 1980) Fewest Points Allowed* 0: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 3: vs. Texas, 1974 Cotton Bowl 3: vs. Michigan State, 2003 Alamo Bowl (Old Holiday Bowl record: 10, California, vs. Texas A&M, 2006) Fewest Touchdowns Allowed* 0: vs. Arizona, 2009 Holiday Bowl 0: vs. Michigan State, 2003 Alamo Bowl 0: vs. Texas, 1973 Cotton Bowl (Old Holiday Bowl record: 1, Arkansas, vs. Arizona St., 1985; 1, California, vs. Texas A&M, 2006)
 
INDIVIDUAL Longest TD Pass 74: Zac Lee to Niles Paul, 2009 Holiday Bowl vs. Arizona 69: Bobby Newcombe to Matt Davison; 2000 Alamo Bowl vs. Northwestern Most Field Goals Made* 4: Alex Henery, 2009 Holiday Bowl vs. Arizona 4: Paul Rogers, 1969 Sun Bowl vs. Georgia 4: Alex Henery, 2009 Gator Bowl vs. Clemson (Old Holiday Bowl record: 3, seven-way tie)
NOTE As impressive as the Huskers’ defensive stats were on this record-setting night, the domination was far more complete before Arizona’s final possession. With 6:50 left in the fourth quarter, Arizona’s offensive production looked like this:     38 plays, 37 yards, 3 first downs On their final possession, the Wildcats: • Nearly tripled their total yardage. • Doubled their first downs. • Increased their play count by more than a third. Even so, Nebraska set records in all three categories, two of them by comfortable margins.
OTHER HOLIDAY BOWL RECORDS SET OR TIED
TEAM Fewest First Downs Passing 2: Arizona 2009 3: (three-way tie) Most Punts 9: Arizona, 2009 8: (four-way tie) Most Yards Punting 374: Arizona, 2009 361: Oregon, 2005 Fewest Passing Yards, Both Teams 219: Arizona vs. Nebraska, 2009 274: Colorado St. vs. Missouri, 1997 Fewest Pass Completions, Both Teams 23: Arizona vs. Nebraska, 2009 24: (three-way tie) Fewest Total Offense Yards, Both Teams 505: Arizona vs. Nebraska, 2009 545: Arizona vs. Nebraska, 1998 Fewest Touchdowns, Both Teams 3: Arizona vs. Nebraska, 2009 3: Arkansas vs. Arizona St., 1985 Fewest Field Goals Attempted 0: Arizona, 2009 (tied with 13 others)
                   
INDIVIDUAL Most Punts 9: Keenyn Crier, Arizona, 2009 8: (three-way tie) Most Punting Yards 374: Keenyn Crier, Arizona, 2009 361: Matt Dragich, Oregon, 2005 Most Field Goals Attempted 4: Alex Henery, Nebraska, 2009 (tied with four others) • Bowl records through 2008 season: Nebraska | Holiday BowlNebraska bowl history
 
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