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Red 21
White 16

April 17, 2010 — 1 p.m. CDT
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln – Get the highlights on DVD


               1   2   3   4   - Final 
White          0  10   6   0   -   16
Red            7   7   0   7   -   21

1st quarter
RED - Tyler Legate 6 pass from Taylor Martinez, 8:41
     (Alex Henery kick; 10 plays, 52 yards, 6:19)
2nd quarter
WHI - Adi Kunalic 33 field goal, 14:45
     (5 plays, 54 yards, 1:20)
RED - Brandon Kinnie 36 pass from Taylor Martinez, 9:52
     (Alex Henery kick; 8 plays, 72 yards, 4:45)
WHI - Will Henry 72 pass from Cody Green, 6:13
     (Adi Kunalic kick; 6 plays, 79 yards, 3:31)
3rd quarter
WHI - Adi Kunalic 21 field goal, 9:29
     (4 plays, 7 yards, 2:05)
WHI - Adi Kunalic 32 field goal, 0:53
     (11 plays, 48 yards, 6:33)
4th quarter
RED - Ryan Hill 1 pass from Kody Spano, 7:28
     (Alex Henery kick; 13 plays, 69 yards, 8:18)
   
                                    WHI       RED
FIRST DOWNS                          13        19
  Rushing                             6         9
  Passing                             7         9
  Penalty                             0         1
RUSHING ATTEMPTS-NET YARDS       27-121    36-138
  Average Per Rush                  4.5       3.8
NET YARDS PASSING                   251       167
  Completions-Attempts-Int      14-24-0   15-20-1
TOTAL OFFENSE ATTEMPTS-YARDS     51-372    56-305
  Average Gain Per Play             7.3       5.4
Fumbles-Lost                        0-0       3-1
Penalties-Yards                    5-45      2-10
PUNTS-AVG. YARDS                 2-37.0    3-30.7
  Net Yards Per Punt               33.0      26.0
KICKOFFS-AVG. YARDS              5-63.0    4-67.2
  Net Yards Per Kickoff            37.8      49.2
Punt returns-Avg. Yards          1-14.0     2-4.0
Kickoff returns-Avg. Yds         4-18.0    5-25.2
Interceptions-Yds-TD              1-2-0     0-0-0
Possession Time                   25:34     34:26
Third-Down Conversions          5 of 13   7 of 10
Fourth-Down Conversions          0 of 0    0 of 0
Red-Zone Scores-Chances             3-3       2-2
Sacks By: Number-Yards             1-15       1-7
   
RUSHING
WHI: L. Washington 6-39; C. Okafor 7-26; R. Helu Jr. 5-21;
     C. Zimmerer 3-22; C. Green 5-19; D. Robinson 1-4
RED: T. Martinez. 9-60; R. Burkhead 6-36; A. Jones 13-37;
     L. Ward 3-17; R. Kellogg III 4-0; R. Hill 1-(-2)
   
PASSING
WHI: C. Green      7/15, 155 YDS, 1 TD, 0 INT
     L. Washington  6/8,  65 YDS, 0 TD, 0 INT
     M. McNeill     1/1,  31 YDS  0 TD, 0 INT
RED: T. Martinez    5/9,  79 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT 
     K. Spano       7/8,  66 YDS, 1 TD, 0 INT 
     R. Kellogg III 2/2,  26 YDS, 0 TD, 0 INT  
     R. Burkhead    1/1,  -4 YDS, 0 TD, 0 INT
   
RECEIVING
WHI: N. Paul 5-103; K. Hyland 3-57; W. Henry 2-79;
     C. Zimmerer 2-2; C. Okafor 1-6; M. McNeill 1-4
RED: K. Reed 4-47; A. Jones 2-28; R. Barry 2-26;
     B. Kinnie 1-36; L. Ward 1-12; C. Gilleylen 1-11;
     T. Legate 1-6; T. Marlowe 1-4; R. Hill 1-1;
     P. Amukamara 1-(-4)

Attendance: 77,936

 
Red vs White
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Rosters: 1, 2 | Media guide

 
Coverage
 
Omaha World-Herald:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Lincoln Journal Star:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Grand Island Independent: 1, 2
Daily Nebraskan: 1, 2, 3, 4
 
Suh, the $2.6 million man:
• Stories: 1, 2, 3  |  Video: 12, 3
• Commentary & features:
 York: “Extraordinary benevolence”
 Chatelain: Pivotal 2001  Cementing a legacy
 
Huskers.com photo
Photo courtesty of Huskers.com
Photos: OWH (1, 2), LJS, Huskers.com, Husker Locker
 
Audio: Radio play-by-play
 
Video:
• Game footage: Huskers.com, LJS, WOWT, KOLN, KETV, KLKN, OWH, Big Red Wrap-Up
• Postgame: Bo Pelini, Niles Paul, Cody Green, Jared Crick
• Highlights on DVD
 
Commentary:
Neeley: “Suh's absence was noticeable, and has to be the single biggest question mark between now and kickoff in September.
McKewon: “Martinez is a weapon. No doubt. But is he the side dish? Or the whole side of Big Red beef?
Shatel: “The curtain finally went up on No. 3 at the Red-White game, and he opened eyes with his speed.
Sipple: “Players dazzle in the Spring Game and vanish come fall. I don’t see that happening in Martinez’s case.
Hamar: “The Huskers definitely had the look of a more physical football team.
Dickson: “With the 2010 spring game in the record books, Nebraskans can now relax and forget about football until sometime tomorrow afternoon.
 
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