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Nebraska 42
Fresno State 29

Sept. 10, 2011 — 6 p.m. CST
Big Ten Network – Get the game on DVD
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln


                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Fresno State     14    3    3    9   -   29
Nebraska          7    7    7   21   -   42

1st quarter
FS - Devon Wylie 67 punt return (Kevin Goessling kick), 7:45 
NU - Taylor Martinez 1 run (Brett Maher kick), 5:54
FS - Derek Carr 3 run (Goessling kick), 0:28
2nd quarter
NU - Rex Burkhead 1 run (Maher kick), 4:52 
FS - Goessling 22 field goal, 0:25
3rd quarter
FS - Goessling 36 field goal, 10:17
NU - Quincy Enunwa 16 pass from Martinez (Maher kick), 8:20 
4th quarter
NU - Burkhead 6 run (Maher kick), 12:59
FS - Josh Harper 26 pass from Carr (pass failed), 12:06
NU - Ameer Abdullah, 100 kickoff return (Maher kick), 11:50
FS - Goessling 37 field goal, 5:24
NU - Martinez 46 run (Maher kick), 2:02 

                                     FS         NU
First downs ........................ 24         16
  By rushing ....................... 13          7
  By passing ....................... 11          7
  By penalty ........................ 0          2
Rushes-Yards (net) ............. 40-190     35-219
Passing yards (net) ............... 254        219
  Att-Comp-Int. ............... 41-20-0    21-10-2
Total offense plays-Yards ...... 81-444     56-438
Fumble returns-Yards .............. 0-0        0-0
Punt returns-Yards .............. 5-110       1-17
Kickoff returns-Yards ........... 6-149      5-211
Interception returns-Yards ....... 2-13        0-0
Punts-Avgerage ................. 7-36.1     5-50.8
Fumbles-Lost ...................... 2-1        3-0
Penalties-Yards .................. 5-50       3-25
Possession Time ................. 37:12      22:48
Third-down conversions ........ 9 of 20    4 of 12
Fourth-down conversions ........ 1 of 1     1 of 2
Red-zone scores-Chances ........... 3-3        4-4
Sacks by-Yards .................... 1-4        0-0

RUSHING
FS: R.Rouse 36-169; D.Carr 3-16; D.Wylie 1-5
NU: T.Martinez 15-166; R.Burkhead 15-55;
    A.Abdullah 2-3; TEAM 3-minus 5

PASSING
FS: D.Carr 20-41-0-254
NU: T.Martinez 10-21-2-219

RECEIVING
FS: R.Evans 6-63; D.Wylie 4-50; R.Rouse 3-28; J.Harper 2-33;
    I.Burse 2-5; A.Johnson 1-55; J.Saunders 1-17; A.Raphael 1-3
NU: J.Turner 3-63; K.Reed 2-61; K.Bell 1-42; B.Cotton 1-20;
    Q.Enunwa 1-16; T.Marlowe 1-13; R.Burkhead 1-4

Attendance: 85,101 



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Commentary
Neeley: “It was painful to watch NU get beat in all phases of the game in that first half.”
Sipple: “Nebraska's offense was too often feast or famine. It's a style that can wear out NU's defense.”
Shatel: “The Huskers are 2-0. But who are they? Where are they going?”
Stryker: “On a positive note, youth stepped forward and took some responsibility for the Huskers.”
Bishop: “Disciplined defenses are not going to simply allow the big play to happen once every seven snaps.”
Severe: “The fourth or fifth best team in the WAC at times dominated both sides of the line play.”
Husker Mike: “It's not a win that gives you a lot of confidence that this team is ready to compete in the Big Ten.”
Chatelain: “The Huskers got beat at the line of scrimmage. On both sides of the ball.”
Purvis: “Does the team have what it takes to … stand up to the physical rush attacks we’re about to see?”
Zatechka: “The lack of an identity on offense affects more than just, well, the offense.”
Feit: “This team is capable of facing adversity … yet still finds a way to win.”
 
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