Nebraska 45
Indiana 0

Sep. 20, 1975 - 1:30 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Indiana 0 0 0 0 0
Nebraska 10 14 14 7 45
First quarter
NU: Terry Luck 1 run (Al Eveland kick) 10:27
NU: Eveland 22 field goal, 1:08
Second quarter
NU: Tony Davis 20 run (Eveland, kick) 3:29
NU: Bobby Thomas 12 pass from Luck (Eveland kick) 0:20
Third quarter
NU: John O'Leary 1 run (Eveland kick) 7:17
NU: Monte Anthony 8 run (Eveland kick) 2:28
Fourth quarter
NU: Anthony 16 run (Eveland kick) 11:16

                     IND        NU
First Downs .......... 6        30
Rushing Net ...... 35-69    68-300
Passing Net ......... 28       170
 Comp-Att-Int ... 6-18-2   15-23-0
Total Offense .... 53-97    91-470
Punts .......... 10-36.5    4-36.0
Fumbles-Lost ....... 3-1       3-2
Penalties-Yards ... 4-30      6-60

RUSHING
IND: Snyder 16-33; Burnett 4-16; Holmes 2-11; Grossman 2-8; Enis 4-6; Janiak 1-1; Jones 6-minus-6.

NEB: O'Leary 17-88; Davis 10-63; Anthony 8-50; Higgs 6-38; Donnell 6-21; Craig 3-18; Heiser 2-16; Zabrocki 3-11; Everett 2-5; Brown 2-2; Ferragamo 1-0; Luck 8-minus-12.

PASSING
IND: Jones 5-15-2 23; Grossman 1-3-0 5.

NEB: Luck 12-17-0 138; Ferragamo 3-6-0 32.

RECEIVING
IND: Snyder 2-18; Calvin 2-minus-2; Enis 1-7; White 1-5.

NEB: Malito 3-37; Davis 2-31; Jenkins 2-30; Thomas 2-22; Heiser 2-21; Craig 2-12; Panneton 1-11; Mushinskie 1-6. 

ADDITIONAL STATS

ATTENDANCE: 76,022

NU OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF GAME
  John O'Leary

NU DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF GAME
  Mike Fultz

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1975 Nebraska-Indiana, Butterfield INT photoDave Butterfield beats Trent Smock to the ball for an interception on Indiana’s first play. · Lincoln Star · Newspapers.com

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Hoosiers

Pepped by Dave Butter­field’s pass interception on the first play of the game, Nebraska scored at will and completely shut off the Indiana Hoosiers for a 45-0 victory.

The Huskers led 10-0 at the quarter and 24-0 at halftime; then stretched the gap to 38-0 after three quarters.
Nebraska had 12 backs log rushing yardage, and Monte Anthony scored twice. It was a convincing offensive show as the Huskers piled up 300 yards rushing and 170 passing. NU’s defense held Indiana to under 100 yards.

So with a 2-0 record and an improving offense, the Huskers looked ahead to TCU.

1975 Nebraska-Indiana, Tony Davis photoTony Davis averaged 6.3 yards per carry. · Lincoln Star · Newspapers.com

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1975 schedule
05/03 Reds 6, Whites 20
09/13 LSU W 10-7
09/20 Indiana W 45-0
09/27 TCU W 56-14
10/04 Miami W 31-16
10/11 Kansas W 16-0
10/18 @ Oklahoma St. W 28-20
10/25 Colorado W 63-21
11/01 @ Missouri W 30-7
11/08 @ Kansas St. W 12-0
11/15 Iowa St. W 52-0
11/22 Oklahoma L 10-35
12/26 @ Arizona St. L 14-17
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