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S. Carolina 30
Nebraska 13

Jan. 2, 2012 – Noon CST – ESPN
Capital One Bowl, Orlando, FL

                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Nebraska         13    0    0    0   -   13
South Carolina    9    7    0   14   -   30

1st quarter 
NU - Kenny Bell 30 pass from Taylor Martinez 
    (Brett Maher kick blocked), 11:58 
SC - Stephon Gilmore returned PAT for two points, 11:58 
SC - Connor Shaw 1 run (Jay Wooten kick), 6:04 
NU - Ameer Abdullah 1 run (Maher kick), 3:33 
2nd quarter 
SC - Alshon Jeffery 51 pass from Shaw (Wooten kick), 0:00 
4th quarter 
SC - Kenny Miles 9 pass from Shaw (Wooten kick), 12:25 
SC - Kenny Miles 3 run (Wooten kick), 3:05 

                                     NU       SC
First downs ........................ 17       16
  Rushing............................ 8        7 
  Passing ........................... 7        8 
  Penalty ........................... 2        1
Rushes-YARDS (net) ............. 46-137   40-121
Passing yards (net) ............... 116      230
  Att-Comp-Int ................ 16-10-1  17-11-0
Total offense plays-Yards ...... 62-253   57-351
Fumble returns-Yards .............. 0-0      0-0
Punt returns-Yards ............... 1--1     2-19
Kickoff Returns-Yards ............ 3-58     2-73
Interception returns-Yards ........ 0-0      1-3
Punts-Average .................. 5-39.4   5-39.4
Fumbles-Lost ...................... 1-1      1-0
Penalties-Yards ................. 10-58     6-66
Possession time ................. 30:49    29:11
Third-down conversions ........ 3 of 13  4 of 13
Fourth-down conversions ........ 1 of 1   3 of 3
Red-zone scores-Chances ........... 1-3      3-4
Sacks by-Yards ................... 4-31     6-41

RUSHING
NU: R.Burkhead 23-89; T.Martinez 16-37; K.Bell 1-14; 
    T.Marlowe 1-6; A.Abdullah 4-minus 1; K.Reed 1-minus 8.
SC: K.Miles 15-67; C.Shaw 19-42; A.Sanders 3-15; 
    D.Byrd 1-3; TEAM 2-minus 6.

PASSING
NU: T.Martinez 10-16-1-116.
SC: C.Shaw 11-17-0-230.

RECEIVING
NU: R.Burkhead 5-35; K.Bell 3-53; B.Cotton 1-22; T.Legate 1-6.
SC: A.Jeffery 4-148; A.Sanders 3-45; K.Miles 2-13; 
    R.Anderson 1-21; J.Cunningham 1-3.

Attendance: 61,351


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Commentary
Bishop: “If you want to take that next step, it’s time to work on developing some poise.”
Husker Mike: “I don't think South Carolina out athleted Nebraska today. They out-executed Nebraska, especially down the stretch.”
Stryker: “Far too often, Bo disrupts his own team.”
Hamar: “The margin of error for Bo Pelini’s team is pretty slim.”
Chatelain: “A day that began with promise ended with an implosion.”
Sipple: “I expect much more from Nebraska than what I saw in this outing.”
Shatel: “The better team finds a way to win. The loser finds a way to lose.”
 
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