Texas A&M 9
Nebraska 6

Nov. 20, 2010 - 7:08 p.m. Central
Kyle Field | College Station, TX | ABC-TV
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Nebraska 3 0 0 3 6
Texas A&M 0 3 0 6 9


Courtney Osborne pleads his case after being flagged for roughing the passer.

1st quarter
NEB: Alex Henery 48 field goal, 8:53
2nd quarter
A&M: Randy Bullock 29 field goal, 9:08
4th quarter
A&M: Bullock 28 field goal, 14:33
NEB: Henery 29 field goal, 8:31
A&M: Bullock 19 field goal, 3:02
   
                           NEB       A&M
First downs................ 15        19
  By rushing................ 9         9
  By passing................ 6         7
  By penalty................ 0         3
Rushes-Yards (net)..... 37-142    41-138
Passing yards (net)....... 164       172
  Att-Comp-Int........ 28-17-2   29-19-0
Total offense ......... 65-306    70-310
Fumble returns-Yds........ 0-0       0-0
Punt returns-Yds.......... 1-8       0-0
Kickoff returns-Yds...... 1-15      2-36
Int. returns-Yds.......... 0-0       2-0
Punts-Average.......... 6-40.8    7-31.4
Fumbles-Lost.............. 2-0       0-0
Penalties-Yards........ 16-145      2-10
Possession time......... 31:13     28:47
Third-down conv. ..... 5 of 15   2 of 13
Fourth-down conv. ..... 1 of 2    0 of 1
Red-zone scores-Chances... 2-2       3-3
Sacks by-Yards........... 3-23      2-10
   
RUSHING
NEB: R. Burkhead 13-74; R. Helu Jr. 9-52;
     T. Martinez 11-17; C. Green 3-1; 
     TEAM 1-minus 2
A&M: C. Gray 26-137; R. Swope 2-10; 
     B. Stephens 1-1; Team 2-minus 2; 
     R. Tannehill 10-minus 8
   
PASSING
NEB: T. Martinez 11-17-1-107;
     C. Green 6-11-1-57
A&M: R. Tannehill 19-29-0-172
   
RECEIVING
NEB: B. Kinnie 5-24; N. Paul 4-53; 
     K. Reed 3-29; R. Helu Jr. 2-22; 
     R. Burkhead 2-16; M. McNeill 1-20
A&M: C. Gray 9-65; R. Swope 4-49; 
     J. Fuller 1-36; B. Jackson 1-8; 
     H. Prioleau 1-4; U. Nwachukwu 1-4;
     B. Stephens 1-3; N. Hicks 1-3
   
Attendance: 90,079

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Huskers unable to overcome flags, Aggies

Texas A&M managed one more field goal than penalty-plagued Nebraska could muster as the Huskers lost 9-6 in a defensive battle marked by several controversial moments.

After a 3-3 first half and a scoreless third quarter, Randy Bullock gave the Aggies their first lead with a 28-yard field goal with 14:33 left in the game. Alex Henery tied the score at 6-6 with a 29-yard boot with 8:31 remaining.

However, the Aggies answered with a 19-yard Bullock field goal with 3:02 left. Texas A&M’s winning drive was extended by a roughing-the-passer penalty on Husker safety Courtney Osborne on third-and-11. Instead of 4th-and-11 at the NU 49, A&M had a 1st-and-10 at the NU 34. Cyrus Gray covered 32 yards on five consecutive runs for the Aggies to set up the winning field goal.

Osborne’s penalty was the 15th of a school-record 16 called against the Huskers.

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2010 schedule
04/17 Red 21, White 16
09/04 W. Kentucky W 49-10
09/11 Idaho W 38-17
09/18 @ Washington W 56-21
09/25 South Dakota St. W 17-3
10/07 @ Kansas St. W 48-13
10/16 Texas L 13-20
10/23 @ Oklahoma St. W 51-41
10/30 Missouri W 31-17
11/06 @ Iowa St. W 31-30
11/13 Kansas W 20-3
11/20 @ Texas A&M L 6-9
11/26 Colorado W 45-17
12/04 Oklahoma L 20-23
12/30 @ Washington L 7-19

Commentary

Stryker

The Huskers had a lot of adversity to overcome - and a lot of it was caused by their head coach.

HuskerMax
Shatel

Pelini will have a hard time living down Saturday night.

Omaha World-Herald
Sipple

The best thing [Nebraska] can do now is try to forget this night.

Lincoln Journal Star
Hamar

Can a team keep its cool while its head coach is yelling like a madman on the sidelines? Not on this night.

Grand Island Independent
Chatelain

On this night, A&M's 12th Man wore a white hat and a whistle.

Omaha World-Herald
Bishop

I honestly thought that if there was to be any chicanery by Big 12 officials, it would be more subtle.

McKeever

The number that mattered most is that for the second time this season the Huskers failed to score an offensive touchdown.

Lincoln Journal Star
Ubben

We'll find out how mature this team is over the next two weeks (or maybe one, if it loses to Colorado).

ESPN.com
Cessna

Someone should have texted Pelini to tell him to focus on coaching and lose the sideline antics.

The Eagle
Harvey

While Les Miles is the Mad Hatter, Pelini is just mad, and his Cornhuskers followed his lead Saturday.

San Antonio Express-News
Husker Mike

Nebraska played undisciplined tonight, and the Huskers paid the price for it.

Dodd

Pelini should be mad, just not in Saturday's public-meltdown kind of way.

CBS Sports
McKewon

It was a disaster, really, as if the whole offense literally hinges on Martinez being able to bust off 50-yard runs.

Nebraska StatePaper
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