Nebraska 41
Kansas St. 0

Oct. 16, 1965 - 1:30 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Manhattan, KS
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Nebraska 0 21 6 14 41
Kansas St. 0 0 0 0 0
Second quarter
NU: Harry Wilson 12 run (Larry Wachholtz kick) 14:56 
NU: Pete Tatman 1 run (Wachholtz kick) 8:38
NU: Fred Duda 1 run (Wachholtz kick) 1:42
Third quarter
NU: Charles Winters 1 run (kick failed) 4:19
Fourth quarter
NU: Winters 7 run (Ted Vactor kick) 7:03
NU: Tatman 3 run (Vactor kick) 4:12

                      NU      KS
First downs .......   27       7
Rushing net .......  250      72
Passing net .......  184      71
Total offense .....  434     143
 Comp-Att-Int... 13-25-0  6-23-1
Punts ............. 7-33   10-33
Fumbles lost ......    0       1
Penalized-yards ... 5-45    4-57

RUSHING
NEB: Wilson 14-72; Gregory 8-44; Duda 8-40; Winters 11-33; Solich 11-24; Weber 2-16; Tatman 6-15; Churchich 3-6.

KSU: Cottle 14-63; Howard 10-17; Sinisi 3-2; Castillo 5-2; White 1-minus-3; Cain 1-minus-9.

PASSING
NEB: Dida 8-15-0 103; Churchich 3-5-0 34; Weber 1-4-0 24; Gregory 1-1-0 23.

KSU: Castillo 3-15-0 36; Sinisi 2-6-0 25; White 1-2-1 10.

RECEIVING
NEB: White 3-33; Casy 2-32; Solich 2-29; Richnafsky 2-28; Wilson 2-27; Tatman 1-24; Jeter 1-11.

KSU: Rhodes 3-29; Balducci 1-20; Nichols 1-18; Strozier 1-2; Cain 0-2 (lateral).

Attendance: 19,660

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1965 Nebraska-Kansas State, Wilson photoHarry Wilson picks up 10 yards with help from a block by Wayne Meylan. · Sioux City Journal · Newspapers.com

It’s pointless
for Huskers’
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.

    HuskerMax notes
  • 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.
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Pregame & team info
1965 schedule
05/08 Reds 33, Whites 27
09/18 TCU W 34-14
09/25 @ Air Force W 27-17
10/02 Iowa St. W 44-0
10/09 Wisconsin W 37-0
10/16 @ Kansas St. W 41-0
10/23 Colorado W 38-13
10/30 @ Missouri W 16-14
11/06 Kansas W 42-6
11/13 @ Oklahoma St. W 21-17
11/25 Oklahoma W 21-9
01/01 Alabama L 28-39
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