Harry Wilson picks up 10 yards with help from a block by Wayne Meylan. · Sioux City Journal · Newspapers.com
3rd foe in row
Battling Kansas State held Nebraska scoreless for one quarter, but the Cornhuskers bounced back with a 21-0 second quarter to set the stage for a 41-0 victory.
It was the third straight shutout for the Huskers and their fifth win of the season.
Harry Wilson, Pete Tatman and Fred Duda got the TDs to give the Big Red a 21-0 halftime cushion, all concluding long drives.
- Cash was stolen from the wallets of Harry Wilson and Dennis Richnafsky in the visitors’ locker room. Wilson lost $40 and Richnafsky lost $5.
- Tony Jeter, normally an offensive end, saw action on defense and said afterward, “I’d like to play both ways all the time.”
- Kansas State’s only scoring threat was halted on downs at the NU 14 early in the fourth quarter.