Nebraska 35
Washington St. 21

Sep. 30, 1995
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Washington St. 7 0 0 14 21
Nebraska 0 20 8 7 35

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First quarter
WSU: Madu 87 run (Truant kick) 8:44
Second quarter
NEB: Frazier 4 run (Brown kick) 14:43
NEB: Frazier 20 run (Brown kick) 8:29
NEB: FG Brown 33, 5:08
NEB: FG Brown 22, 0:06
Third quarter
NEB: Green 3 run (Schuster pass from Brown) 0:27
Fourth quarter
WSU: Tims 33 from Davis (Truant kick) 12:14
NEB: Gilman 35 pass from Frazier (Brown kick) 7:20
WSU: Tims 30 from Davis (Truant kick) 3:38

                      WSU      NEB
First downs            17       27
Rushes-yards        24-72   63-428
Passing               278       99
  Comp-Att-Int    20-37-0   9-20-0
Total offense      61-350   83-527
Return Yards           61       76
Sacks                   0     2-17
Punts                8-45     4-37
Fumbles-Lost          2-0      5-3
Penalties-Yards      5-42     3-35
Possession time     24:43    35:17

RUSHING
WSU: Madu 9-90, Sparks 9-1, Tims 1-minus-9, Davis 5-minus-10.

NEB: Green 13-176, Frazier 15-70, Jeff Makovicka 4-74, Benning 20-63, Schuster 5-42, Johnson 2-20, Joel Makovicka 1-1, Sims 1-minus-3, Berringer 2-minus-5.

PASSING
WSU: Davis 20-37-0-278.

NEB: Frazier 9-19-0-99, Berringer 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING
WSU: Dumas 9-100, Tims 2-63, Thomas 2-31, Madu 2-23, Carpenter 2-16, Knuff 1-20, McWashington 1-17, Moore 1-8.

NEB: Johnson 4-31, Baul 2-19, Gilman 1-35, Holbein 1-8, Vedral 1-6.

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Game recap

Cougars strike early; Huskers fend off threat

Washington State entered Lincoln as Nebraska’s toughest test of the season, but despite an early scare, Nebraska posted a 35-21 victory over the Cougars.

Washington State’s Frank Madu stunned the sellout crowd at Memorial Stadium with an 87-yard TD run in the first quarter, giving the Cougars a 7-0 advantage. The deficit was the only time Nebraska trailed in the 1995 regular season. It didn’t take long for Nebraska to regain control. NU scored 20 second-quarter points and took a 13-point lead to halftime.

The second-quarter outburst was keyed by quarterback Tommie Frazier and true freshman I-back Ahman Green. Frazier rushed for TDs of four and 20 yards in the quarter, while Green had three carries in the quarter for 114 yards. Green added a 3-yard run in the third quarter to give NU a 28-7 lead late in the period.

The Huskers withstood two fourth-quarter Cougar touchdowns with the help of Frazier’s 35-yard scoring strike to tight end Mark Gilman.

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1995 schedule
04/22 Reds 34, Whites 40
08/31 @ Oklahoma St. W 64-21
09/09 @ Michigan St. W 50-10
09/16 Arizona St. W 77-28
09/23 Pacific W 49-7
09/30 Washington St. W 35-21
10/14 Missouri W 57-0
10/21 Kansas St. W 49-25
10/28 @ Colorado W 44-21
11/04 Iowa St. W 73-14
11/11 @ Kansas W 41-3
11/24 Oklahoma W 37-0
01/02 Florida W 62-24
Mark Gilman scores in the 4th quarter.

Commentary

Shatel

What do you give the team with everything? A game. A chance to see if it is really that good, or the opponents that bad. Saturday, the Huskers liked what they saw.

Omaha World-Herald
Winters

Maybe there could be a slot on the Heisman ballot that simply says 'Nebraska running back.'

Lincoln Journal Star
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