Red 32
White 29

Apr. 16, 2011 - 1 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
White 0 9 13 7 29
Red 0 14 7 11 32

2nd quarter
WHI: Brett Maher 39 field goel, 10:46
RED: Tyler Legate 14 run (Maher kick) 9:56
RED: Legate 2 run (Maher kick) 4:19
WHI: Jamal Turner 49 pass from Brion Carnes
    (Ethan Davis kick blocked), 0:53
3rd quarter
WHI: Maher 25 field goal, 12:58
RED: Antonio Bell 28 fumble return (Maher kick) 11:28
WHI: Ethan Davis 25 field goal, 7:35
WHI: Austin Jones 7 run (Davis kick) 0:57
4th quarter
WHI: Jacob Smith 39 pass from Carnes (Davis kick) 14:47
RED: Zach Taylor 11 run (Taylor run), 8:35
RED: Maher 39 field goal, 0:00

                             WHI       RED
First downs ................. 19        17
  Rushing .................... 8         6
  Passing ................... 10         9
  Penalty .................... 1         2
Rushes-Yards (net) ...... 42-188    29-113
Passing yards (net) ........ 236       176
  Att-Comp-Int ......... 25-15-0   33-15-1
Total offense ........... 67-424    62-289
Fumble returns-Yards ....... 0-0      1-28
Punt returns-Yards ........ 4-77       0-0
Kickoff returns-Yards .... 4-111     6-150
Int. returns-Yards ........ 1-10       0-0
Punts-Average ........... 3-36.7    6-49.3
Fumbles-Lost ............... 3-3       0-0
Penalties-Yards .......... 10-88      9-70
Possession time .......... 32:04     28:01
Third-down conv. .......... 6/15      6/13
Fourth-down conv. .......... 0/1       0/1
Red-zone scores-Chances .... 3-5       3-3

RUSHING
WHI: R.Burkhead 11-91; T.Kildow 7-45; B.Carnes 9-40; A.Jones 9-16; Y.Wade 3-1; C.McDermott 1-1; C.Green 2-minus 6.

RED: Z.Taylor 10-62; A.Jones 8-37; T.Legate 6-27; T.Martinez 2-minus 1; R.Kellogg III 3-minus 12.

PASSING
WHI: B.Carnes 11-15-0, 173; C.Green 4-10-0, 63

RED: R.Kellogg III 11-19-0, 124; T.Martinez 4-13-1, 52; C.Green 0-1-0, 0

RECEIVING
WHI: J.Turner 4-93; B.Cotton 3-35; Q.Enunwa 2-4; J.Smith 1-39; S.Jean-Baptiste 1-26; T.Dixon 1-25; L.Ward 1-10; E.Davis 1-6; Y.Wade 1-minus 2.
	  
RED: R.Barry 4-51; K.Bell 3-42; T.Wullenwaber 2-28; J.Kerr 2-28; B.Kinnie 2-15; S.Osborne 2-12.

Attendance: 66,784

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Maher’s kick gives Reds the win; Turner, Carnes shine

Brett Maher booted a 39-yard field goal as time expired to give the Reds a 32-29 walk-off win in front of 66,784 fans at Memorial Stadium.

It was Maher’s third field goal of the day, as he also opened the scoring for the White team with a 39-yard field goal in the second quarter, before adding a 25-yard field goal for the White to open the third quarter.

The top defensive units dominated early, but the offenses got rolling after the first quarter. The two units combined for 713 yards of total offense in 129 total plays. They also amassed 261 kickoff return yards on 11 returns, and 77 punt return yards on four returns.

The game also featured several long special teams returns, including a 59-yard punt return and a 54-yard kickoff return by Jamal Turner. Overall, Turner amassed 135 yards on three total returns, while adding four receptions for 93 yards. Brandon Kinnie added a 68-yard kickoff return for the Reds.

Redshirt freshman Brion Carnes was the top performer among the quarterbacks, throwing for 173 yards and two touchdowns and running for 40 yards.

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2011 schedule
04/16 Red 32, White 29
09/03 Chattanooga W 40-7
09/10 Fresno St. W 42-29
09/17 Washington W 51-38
09/24 @ Wyoming W 38-14
10/01 @ Wisconsin L 17-48
10/08 Ohio St. W 34-27
10/22 @ Minnesota W 41-14
10/29 Michigan St. W 24-3
11/05 Northwestern L 25-28
11/12 @ Penn St. W 17-14
11/19 @ Michigan L 17-45
11/25 Iowa W 20-7
01/02 @ South Carolina L 13-30
Tyler Legate's six carries stoked fans' hopes for a fullback revival.

Commentary

Shatel

There could be a quarterback 'situation' next fall. Look for Brion Carnes to push Taylor Martinez

Omaha World-Herald
Sipple

Turner's quick emergence … is a welcome development for an offense that isn't exactly loaded with explosive and proven playmakers.

Lincoln Journal Star
Neeley

Will the young guns we saw in Lincoln Saturday be there when the lights come on in the fall? They have to be for this offense to be formidable.

Hastings Tribune
Ryan

It's something that I myself have preached year after year. It's the Spring game. It means nothing. But I actually disagree this time.

Big Red Report
Husker Mike

I haven't seen Turner throw the ball, but he'd have to be Peyton Manning-like to convince me that he belongs at quarterback.

McKewon

Here's what I saw: A haphazard three-hour practice with parameters that seemed to clash with each other.

Nebraska StatePaper
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