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Nebraska 20
Iowa 7

Nov. 25, 2011  |  11 a.m. CST  |  ABC TV
Memorial Stadium, Lincoln  |  Get the game on DVD

                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Iowa              0    0    0    7   -    7
Nebraska          0   10    3    7   -   20

2nd quarter
NEB - Brett Maher 40 field goal, 11:22
NEB - Kyler Reed 6 pass from Taylor Martinez
     (Maher kick), 0:32 
3rd quarter
NEB - Maher field goal, 4:42
4th quarter
NEB - Rex Burkhead 2 run (Maher kick), 11:25 
IOW - Marcus Coker 2 run (Mike Meyer kick), 3:26

                                     IOW         NEB
  First downs ....................... 18          25
    By rushing ....................... 7          13
    By passing ....................... 7           9
    By penalty ....................... 4           3
  Rushes-Yards (net) ............. 24-88      61-222
  Passing yards (net) .............. 182         163
    Att-Comp-Int ............... 35-16-1     22-12-0
  Total offense plays-Yards ..... 59-270      83-385
  Fumble returns-Yards ............. 0-0         0-0
  Punt returns-Yards .............. 2-18         2-1
  Kickoff returns-Yards ........... 4-82         0-0
  Interception returns-Yards ....... 0-0         1-0
  Punts-Average ................. 7-41.1      7-41.9
  Fumbles-Lost ..................... 1-1         2-0
  Penalties-Yards ................. 5-50        9-74
  Possession time ................ 22:13       37:47
  Third-down conversions ....... 2 of 12    10 of 21
  Fourth-down conversions ....... 1 of 2      1 of 1
  Red-zone scores-Chances .......... 1-1         3-3
  Sacks by-Yards.................... 0-0        1-11

RUSHING
IOW: M.Coker 18-87; J.Vandenberg 4-4; M.McNutt 1-0;
     TEAM 1-minus 3.
NEB: R.Burkhead 38-160; A.Abdullah 12-35; R.Martinez 4-20; 
     T.Legate 1-5; T.Marlowe 2-3; A.Green 2-3; TEAM 2-minus 4.

PASSING
IOW: J.Vandenberg 16-35-1-182.
NEB: T.Martinez 12-22-0-163.

RECEIVING
IOW: K.Davis 4-41; M.McNutt 4-29; C.Fiedorowicz 3-41;
     M.Coker 3-39; B.Herman 1-22; K.Martin-Manley 1-10.
NEB: K.Bell 5-93; Q.Enunwa 3-41; B.Kinnie 2-11;
     R.Burkhead 1-12; K.Reed 1-6.

Attendance: 85,595



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Omaha World-Herald: 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
Lincoln Journal Star:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Grand Island Independent: 1, 2, 3
Columbus Telegram: 1, 2, 3, 4
Daily Nebraskan: 1 , 2
Cedar Rapids Gazette:
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Des Moines Register:
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HuskerOnline: 1, 2,
Quad City Times: 1, 2, 3, 4
Daily Iowan: 1, 2, 3
Associated Press: 1, 2
ESPN.com: 1, 2
 
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Commentary
Neeley: “Nebraska had the Hawkeyes in a sleeper hold from the get-go and played inspired.”
Barfknecht: “Ferentz's offensive plan was so conservative you expected to see him in a long dress, bloomers and high-button boots.”
Stryker: “Nebraska rode Burkhead and David about as far as it could this season.”
Hlas: “One doesn’t know where to begin to assign blame on offense.”
Hansen: “You kept waiting for the Hawkeyes to mount some kind of challenge. Any kind of a challenge.”
Husker Mike: “Right from the start, the Blackshirts defended Iowa the same way they defended Michigan State.”
Shatel: “Some will call this a building block. Some will call it a dud.”
Chatelain: “You may be tired of reading about Burkhead and David. But days like Friday underscore their profound importance.”
Sipple: “At the very least, Nebraska pulled out of neutral.”
 
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