Nebraska 49
Kansas 7

Nov. 7, 1992 - 6:30 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE | ESPN
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Kansas 0 7 0 0 7
Nebraska 7 28 14 0 49
First Quarter
NU: G. Armstrong 36 pass from Frazier (Byron Bennett kick) 13:30
Second Quarter
NU: Armstrong 11 pass from Frazier (Bennett kick) 14:54
NU: Corey Dixon 46 pass from Frazier (Bennett kick) 12:46
KU: Maurice Douglas 4 run (Dan Eichloff kick) 6:14
NU: Calvin Jones 5 run (Bennett kick) 4:13
NU: Jones 6 run (Bennett kick) 2:53
Third Quarter
NU: Tyrone Byrd 30 int. return (Bennett kick) 14:18
NU: Lance Lewis 5 run (Bennett kick) 8:03

                        KU        NU
First downs             17        26
Rushes-yards        40-128    62-351
Passing yards          145       182
  Comp-Att-Int     11-30-2    8-15-0
Total yards         70-273    77-533
Returns-yards          1-5      4-40
Sacks by              2-23      2-15
Punts-average         9-35      6-42
Fumbles-lost           0-0       2-0
Penalties-yards       5-42      6-64
Possession time      27:16     32:44

RUSHING
KU: Maurice Douglas, 17-63, Chip Hilleary 9-45, George White 8-18.
NU: Derek Brown, 15-156, Calvin Jones 13-107, Lance Lewis 3-42.

PASSING
KU: Hilleary 11-28-2-145.
NU: Tommie Frazier 6-11-0-161, Mike Grant 2-4-0-21.

RECEIVING
KU: Matt Gay 6-58, Douglas 3-41, Pete Vang 1-35.
NU: Gerald Armstrong 3-60, Corey Dixon 1-46, C.Jones 1-41.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
none

INTERCEPTIONS
KU: none.
NU: Byrd 1-30, Wilhite 1-0.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
KU: Kwamie Lassiter 10-0-10, Robert Vaughn 6-2-8, Charley Bowen 6-0-6.
NU: Travis Hill 5-4-9, Trev Alberts 5-3-8, Wilhite 4-2-6.

SACKS
KU: Kyle Moore 1-14, Gilbert Brown 1-9.
NU: Troy Branch 1-9, Ed Stewart 1-6.

ADDITIONAL STATS

ATTENDANCE: 76,165

Coverage

Recap

Huskers shred another ranked opponent

The No. 7 Huskers, again in front of a national television audience, came out strong and for the second week in a row destroyed a Top 20 team in defeating conference-leader and 13th-ranked Kansas, 49-7.

The Huskers took sole possession of the Big Eight Conference lead as they rushed for 351 yards and racked up 533 total offense yards against KU’s top 20 defense. Freshman quarterback Tommie Frazier completed 6 of 11 passes for 161 yards and three TD passes, including two to tight end Gerald Armstrong. Armstrong was six-for-six on receptions-for-scores to tie an NCAA record before he caught a third pass and did not score.

Derek Brown had 156 yards rushing while his “We-back” counterpart Calvin Jones rushed for 107. KU was held to 128 on the ground and 145 in the air.

Nebraska had no turnovers for the fourth straight game, while KU gave up two interceptions, one to Tyrone Byrd for a 30-yard touchdown return and the other to Kenny Wilhite.

Recap source: 1993 media guide

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Pregame & team info
1992 schedule
04/25 Reds 33, Whites 21
09/05 Utah W 49-22
09/12 Middle Tenn. St. W 48-7
09/19 @ Washington L 14-29
09/26 Arizona St. W 45-24
10/10 Oklahoma St. W 55-0
10/24 @ Missouri W 34-24
10/31 Colorado W 52-7
11/07 Kansas W 49-7
11/14 @ Iowa St. L 10-19
11/27 @ Oklahoma W 33-9
12/05 Kansas St.* W 38-24
01/01 Florida St. L 14-27
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