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Holiday Bowl
Washington 19
Nebraska 7

Dec. 30, 2010 — 7 p.m. PST
ESPN – Get the game on DVD
Holiday Bowl, Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego


                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Nebraska          0    7    0    0   -    7
Washington       10    0    7    2   -   19

1st quarter
UW - Chris Polk 3 run (Erik Folk kick), 9:08
UW - Folk 39 field goal, 1:29
2nd quarter
NU - Kyler Reed 15 pass from Taylor Martinez
    (Alex Henery kick), 10:24
3rd quarter
UW - Jake Locker 25 run (Folk kick), 13:18
4th quarter
UW - Safety, holding in end zone, 13:38	
   
                                     NU        UW
FIRST DOWNS......................... 14        21
  Rushing...........................  6        14
  Passing...........................  7         4
  Penalty...........................  1         3
Rushes-Yards (net)............... 41-91    52-268
Passing yards (net)................. 98        72
  Att-Comp-Int................. 21-10-1    19-6-0
Total offense plays-Yards....... 62-189    71-340
Fumble returns-Yards............... 0-0      1-14
Punt returns-Yards................. 0-0      3-15
Kickoff returns-Yards............. 4-81      3-62
Interception returns-Yards......... 0-0       1-0
Punts-Average................... 6-36.5    4-39.8
Fumbles-Lost....................... 3-1       0-0
Penalties-Yards................. 12-102      3-30
Possession time.................. 28:56     31:04
Third-down conversions......... 4 of 14   6 of 15
Fourth-down conversions......... 2 of 3    0 of 2
Red-zone scores-Chances............ 1-1       1-3
Sacks by-Yards..................... 0-0      5-43
   
RUSHING
NU: R. Burkhead 12-39; R. Helu Jr. 11-34; T. Martinez 14-23;
    C. Green 3-minus 2; TEAM 1-minus 3. 
UW: C. Polk 34-177; J. Locker 13-83; J. Callier 4-9; TEAM 1-minus 1.
   
PASSING
NU: C. Green 3-12-0-45; T. Martinez 7-9-1-53.
UW: J. Locker 5-16-0-56; J. Callier 1-2-0-16; TEAM 0-1-0-0.
   
RECEIVING
NU: M. McNeill 3-33; K. Reed 2-31; B. Kinnie 2-21; 
    R. Burkhead 2-12; T. Martinez 1-1.
UW: D. Goodwin 2-30; C. Polk 2-22; J. Locker 1-16; J. Kearse 1-4.
  
Attendance: 57,921



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Commentary
Stryker: “Nebraska’s lack of discipline and cohesiveness is what turned this season into a disappointment.
Sipple: “I'm not sure Nebraska had a Plan B Thursday night.
Bishop: “Washington was motivated, Nebraska was not.
Shatel: “The entire offense needs to be put under the microscope.
McKewon: “Big Ten power teams will play this game tape at summer picnics.
Chatelain: “This was a head scratcher. A complete failure to prepare.
Husker Mike: “Tonight might have been the worst offensive performance by a Husker team in a bowl game ever, considering the level of competition.
Kelley: “This … was as significant as any postseason win in Huskies history.
 
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