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Nebraska 48
Kansas State 13

Oct. 7, 2010 — 6:45 p.m. CDT
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Manhattan, KS


                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Nebraska          7   10   21   10   -   48
Kansas State      0    3    3    7   -   13

1st quarter
NEB - Taylor Martinez 14 run (Alex Henery kick), 6:22
2nd quarter
KSU - Josh Cherry 46 field goal, 8:47
NEB - Martinez 35 run (Henery kick), 3:54
NEB - Henery 39 field goal, 0:26
3rd quarter
NEB - Martinez 80 run (Henery kick), 14:02
NEB - Roy Helu Jr. 68 run (Henery kick), 11:22
KSU - Josh Cherry 48 field goal, 1:48
NEB - Kyler Reed 79 pass from Martinez
     (Henery kick), 1:00
4th quarter
NEB - Martinez 41 run (Henery kick), 12:20
KSU - Chris Harper 2 pass from Carson Coffman
     (Cherry kick), 9:57
NEB - Henery 40 field goal, 4:30 
   
                                    NEB      KSU
First downs...................       21       20
Rushes-Net yards..............   42-451   44-180
Passing yards (net)...........      136      135
 Att-Comp-Int.................   10-6-0  27-19-1
Total offense Plays-Yards.....   52-587   71-315
Fumble Returns-Yards..........      0-0      0-0
Punt Returns-Yards............      0-0     1-13
Kickoff Returns-Yards.........     3-48    6-186
Interception Returns-Yards....      1-0      0-0
Punts-Average.................   2-49.5   5-36.4
Fumbles-Lost..................      2-0      3-0
Penalties-Yards...............     6-48     4-30
Possession Time...............    25:29    34:31
Third-Down Conversions........   4 of 9  8 of 18
Fourth-Down Conversions.......   0 of 0   1 of 2
Red-Zone Scores-Chances.......      1-1      1-1
Sacks By-Yards................      2-9      1-9
   
RUSHING
NEB: T. Martinez 15-241; R. Helu Jr. 8-110; R. Burkhead 11-57;
     C. Green 4-28; A. Jones 3-10; D. Robinson 1-5.
KSU: D. Thomas 22-63; C. Coffman 7-45; C. Klein 6-33;
     S. Lamur 3-20; W. Powell 3-10; T. Thompson 1-8;
     B. Wilson 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 2.
   
PASSING
NEB: T. Martinez 5-7-0-128; C. Green 1-3-0-8.
KSU: C. Coffman 14-22-1-91; S. Lamur 3-3-0-28;
     C. Klein 2-2-0-16.
   
RECEIVING
NEB: M. McNeill 2-25; K. Reed 1-79; N. Paul 1-17;
     W. Henry 1-8; B. Cotton 1-7. 
KSU: Thomas, Daniel 8-36; A. Quarles 5-57;
     B. Wilson 2-18; C. Harper 2-13; A. Hilburn 2-11.

Attendance: 51,015



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Omaha World-Herald: 1, 2, 3,
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Lincoln Journal Star:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Nebraska StatePaper: 1, 2
Grand Island Independent:
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Daily Nebraskan: 1, 2
Kansas City Star: 1, 2, 3
Topeka Capital-Journal:
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ESPN.com: 1, 2, 3
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Commentary
Bishop: “Nebraska reminded Kansas State about the old Big Eight all right.
Sipple: “This was Martinez's finest performance of his young and tantalizingly promising career.
McKeever: “You could say it was over at halftime Thursday because of a handful of decisions and plays.
Chatelain: “Be the hunter, not the hunted. That's Nebraska football the next two months.
Shatel: “Husker fans were given a sentimental last journey into the way this series used to be.
Stryker: “The hunt for a Big Red October is underway.
McKewon: “Watson wisely turned the game over to his athletes.
Husker Mike: “It was a great performance, but Martinez can play better.
Dodd: “(It) does remind you of some of the quick-strike Nebraska teams of the past.
Hinton: “So Nebraska definitely has an offense.
Myerberg: “A turn-back-the-clock performance from Nebraska.
Haskin: “Now, at least the Cats have (Martinez) and the rest of the Huskers right where they want them – in the Big Ten.
Mellinger: “In the last year of the conference, Nebraska is going mid-1990s retro on us.
Kerkhoff: “Nebraska doesn’t run over defenses as much as it completely avoids them.
Lutz: “After a while, KSU knew what was coming, but had no answer.
DeArmond: “Count me as among those bowled over by T Magic.
 
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