Nebraska 38
Kansas St. 24

Dec. 5, 1992 - 10 p.m. Central
Tokyo, Japan | , AL
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Nebraska 14 7 10 7 38
Kansas St. 0 10 0 14 24

1992 Nebraska vs Kansas State football Calvin JonesCalvin Jones carries for a short gain in the first quarter. · The Manhattan Mercury · Newspapers.com

First Quarter
NEB: Corey Dixon 18 pass from Tommie Frazier (Bennett kick) 6:35
NEB: Frazier 19 run (Bennett kick) 1:14
Second Quarter
NEB: Frazier 4 run (Bennett kick) 8:53
KSU: Coleman 10 pass from Garber (Tate Wright kick) 6:41
KSU: Wright 40 field goal, 2:27
Third Quarter
NEB: Bennett 42 field goal, 8:46
NEB: Jones 38 run (Bennett kick) 3:48
Fourth Quarter
KSU: Matt Garber 8 run (Wright kick) 12:36
NEB: Frazier 1 run (Bennett kick) 9:19
KSU: Brad Seib 21 pass from Garber (Wright kick) 1:20

                       NU        KSU
First downs            25         19
Rushes-yards       59-292      30-62
Passing yards         128        253
  Comp-Att-Int    11-18-0    20-30-0
Total yards           420        315
Returns-yards        3-50        2-4
Sacks by             5-32       1-13
Punts-average        3-35       5-46
Fumbles-lost          3-1        3-1
Penalties-yards      6-51       6-60
Possession time     34:04      25:56

RUSHING
NEB: Calvin Jones 30-186, Tommie Frazier 13-51, Lance Lewis 7-44.

KSU: Eric Gallon 13-39. J.J. Smith 3-11, Malt Garber 13-9.

PASSING
NEB: Frazier 11-18-0-128.

KSU: Garber 19-29-0-246, Mitch Running 1-1-0-7.

RECEIVING
NEB: Corey Dixon 5-71, Jones 5-41, Vincent Hawkins 1-16.

KSU: Gerald Benton 7-93, Andre Coleman 4-64, Brad Seib 4-61.

MISSED FIELD GOALS: none.

INTERCEPTIONS: none.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
NEB: Travis Hill 4-6-10, Toby Wright 4-4-8, John Parrella 3-4-7, Trev Alberts 2-5-7, Ernie Beler 1-6-7.

KSU: Barta 4-11-15, Venables 3-10-13, Mendez 7-3-10.

SACKS
NEB: Wright 2-9, Hill 1-8, Stewart 1-8, Alberts 1-7.
KSU: Hocult 1-13.

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Recap

Huskers clinch league title with victory in Japan

The Nebraska football team locked up the Big Eight title and a return trip to the Orange Bowl with a 38-24 victory over Kansas State in the Coca-Cola Bowl in Tokyo.

The win gave NU its 24th-straight nine-win season, a continuing NCAA record. The Huskers jumped to a 21-0 lead, as the Big Eight’s Offensive Newcomer-of-the-Year, Tommie Frazier, tossed an 18-yard TD strike to Corey Dixon and scored on runs of 19 and 4 yards.

NU built its lead to 31-10 in the third quarter, highlighted by Calvin Jones’ 38-yard touchdown run. Jones rushed for a game-high 186 yards, and in the process, became only the second player in Big Eight history to reach the 2,000-yard mark as a sophomore.

Frazier was the Coca-Cola Bowl MVP while outside linebacker Travis Hill was the most outstanding defensive player-of-the-game with 10 tackles.

H’MAX NOTES: The game was played at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6th, Tokyo time, which was 10 p.m. Saturday CST. … Nebraska’s second TD drive was kept alive by Jones’ fourth-down dive for a first down at the KSU 21 yard line. … The win clinched the Huskers’ 24th consecutive season of nine wins or more.

Recap source: 1993 media guide

 

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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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