Jason Gamble snares a pass for the Huskers’ second touchdown. · The Lincoln Star · Newspapers.com
Nebraska scored touchdowns on seven of eight first-half possessions to put Kansas State away early with a 48-7 halftime lead, and went on to post a 62-14 Big Eight win. It was the Huskers’ 25th conference win in a row, a school record, and NU’s 21st consecutive win in Memorial Stadium.
In all, 98 players saw action with 17 of those carrying the ball at least once and, as a result, the Huskers’ leading rusher was sophomore I-back Doug DuBose, who carried 12 times for 64 yards, marking the first time in 20 games that no Nebraska back gained at least 100 yards on the ground.
Nebraska’s Chris Spachman bears down on KSU quarterback Randy Williams. | Courtesy of Nebraska Athletics