Nebraska 36
Iowa St. 22

Oct. 6, 1962
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Iowa St. 0 7 7 8 22
Nebraska 14 14 0 8 36
First quarter
NEB - Dennis Claridge 1 run (run failed) 7:12
NEB - Warren Powers 3 run (Jim Huge pass from Claridge) 3:08
Second quarter
NEB - Claridge 2 run (Willie Ross run) 8:12
NEB - Huge 44 pass from Claridge (pass failed) 7:11
ISU - Tom Vaughn 22 run (Larry Schreiber kick) 2:43
Third quarter
ISU - Dick Limerick 1 pass from Dave Hoppmann (Schreiber kick) 3:16
Fourth quarter
NEB - Claridge 2 run (Larry Tomlinson pass from Claridge) 11:17
ISU - Hoppmann 3 run (Vaughn run) 5:32

                      ISU       NEB
First downs .......... 13        20
Rushing yards .... 36-147    62-234
Passing yards ........ 70       153
  Comp-Att-Int ... 7-14-2    9-15-0
Total offense .... 50-217    77-387
Punts .............. 5-30      2-40
Fumbles lost .......... 1         2
Yards penalized ...... 26        55

RUSHING
I: Vaughn 9-73; Hoppmann 20-71; Kimbrough 3-7; Clayberg 1-1; Limerick 1-0; Clay 1-minus-2; Switzer 3-minus-3. 
N: Ross 13-86; Claridge 16-58; Martin 4-28; Powers 7-28; Johnson 9-22; Thornton 4-17; Young 5-9; McCloughan 2-9; Bonistall 1-minus-10; Faiman 1-minus-13.

PASSING
I: Hoppmann 7-12-1 70; Switzer 0-2-1 0.
N: Claridge 9-13-0 153; Faiman 0-2-0 0.

RECEIVING
I: Limerick 5-54; Monterey 1-11; Schreiber 1-5.
N: Huge 4-83; Tomlinson 1-38; Powers 1-14; Johnson 1-9; Eger 1-7; Comstock 1-2.

PUNT RETURNS
I: Limerick 1-3.
N: Theisen 1-12; Tomlinson 1-5.

INTERCEPTION RETURNS
I: None.
N: Toogood 1-3; Brown 1-0.


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Nebraska made it three in a row with a convincing 36-22 victory over Iowa State in the first Big Eight test of the season. With Dennis Claridge scoring three TDs and passing for another, Nebraska had a 28-0 lead with only 7:49 gone in the second quarter.

The Cyclones – sparked by All American Dave Hoppmann and a fine soph, Tom Vaughn – refused to holler “uncle” and battled for 22 points. But the early NU jump was too much. Nebraska’s first-quarter TDs came on drives of 70 and 80 yards.

H’MAX NOTES: Nebraska scored touchdowns on four of its first five possessions. … Nebraska’s only touchdown of the second half came after tackle Tyrone Robertson blocked an Iowa State quick kick and end Larry Tomlinson recovered the ball on the ISU 18. ...

Fullback Bill “Thunder” Thornton left the game in the first quarter with a leg injury, and Dennis Stuewe remained sidelined from his injury at Michigan. … With the victory, NU moved up to 15th in the UPI poll, and the Orange Bowl was reported to be expressing interest in the Huskers.

 

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