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Northwestern 28
Nebraska 25

Nov. 5, 2011 — 2:30 p.m. CDT
ESPN – Get the game on DVD
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln


                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Northwestern      7    0    7   14   -   28
Nebraska          0    3    7   15   -   25

1st quarter
NOR - Jacob Schmidt 2 run (Jeff Budzien kick), 2:08
2nd quarter
NEB - Brett Maher 36 field goal, 2:26
3rd quarter
NOR - Kain Colter 3 run (Budzien kick), 12:13
NEB - Tim Marlowe 15 pass from Taylor Martinez
     (Maher kick), 3:52
4th quarter
NOR - Jeremy Ebert 81 pass from Colter (Budzien kick), 12:16
NEB - Rex Burkhead 1 run (Martinez run), 8:55
NOR - Colter 1 run (Budzien kick), 1:34
NEB - Kenny Bell 14 pass from Martinez (Maher kick), 0:18

                                  NOR       NEB
First downs ...................... 25        21
  By rushing ..................... 15         6
  By passing ...................... 9        14
  By penalty ...................... 1         1
Rushes-Yards (net) ........... 54-207    35-122
Passing yards (net) ............. 261       289
  Att-Comp-Int .............. 24-16-2   37-28-0
Total offense plays-Yards .... 78-468    72-411
Fumble returns-Yards ............ 0-0       0-0
Punt returns-Yards .............. 0-0       1-0
Kickoff returns-Yards .......... 3-83     5-115
Interception returns-Yards ...... 0-0      2-48
Punts-Average ................ 2-42.0    4-47.5
Fumbles-Lost .................... 1-1       2-2
Penalties-Yards ................ 2-20      6-41
Possession Time ............... 34:06     25:54
Third-down Conversions ...... 7 of 12  10 of 17
Fourth-down Conversions ...... 2 of 2    1 of 2
Red-zone scores-Chances ......... 3-4       4-5
Sacks by: Number-Yards ......... 1-10       1-7 
 
RUSHING
NOR: K.Colter 17-57; J.Schmidt 13-54; T.Green 14-54;
     D.Persa 5-35; V.Mark 2-6; A.Smith 2-3; TEAM 1-minus 2.
NEB: R.Burkhead 22-69; T.Martinez 12-53; A.Abdullah 1-0.
  
PASSING
NOR: D.Persa 9-14-1-79; K.Colter 4-6-0-115;
     T.Siemian 3-4-1-67.
NEB: T.Martinez 28-37-0-289.
 
RECEIVING
NOR: J.Ebert 6-147; D.Dunsmore 4-39; K.Colter 3-57;
     C.Brown 1-10; T.Green 1-5; D.Fields 1-3.
NEB: B.Kinnie 6-42; K.Bell 5-58; R.Burkhead 5-34;
     T.Marlowe 4-44; B.Cotton 3-36; Q.Enunwa 2-34;
     K.Reed 2-31; K.Cooper 1-10.

Attendance: 85,115



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Commentary
Stryker: “I never thought I’d see Northwestern nearly double up Nebraska in rushing yardage, but that’s what happened.”
Bishop: “The most disturbing development was the Blackshirt defense’s complete inability to stop the Wildcats when it mattered most.”
Chatelain: “The Blackshirts physically dominated Michigan State a week ago. This time, they were the nail.”
Husker Mike: “Only two players seemed to show up this afternoon for Nebraska: Taylor Martinez and Brett Maher.”
Sipple: “The Husker offensive line, a potent group most of the season, took about three steps backward.”
Shatel: “Call it the annual gag. Or the yearly hiccup. But until Nebraska learns to avoid this sort of glitch, there won't be any BCS bowls or conference championships in Bo Pelini's program.”
 
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