Reds 32
Whites 25

Apr. 6, 2013 - 2 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE | BTN
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Whites 14 7 0 0 25
Reds 3 14 0 13 32
1st quarter
WHI: Frazier 1 run (Gangwish kick) 12:49
RED: Bondi 50 field goal, 9:06
WHI: Nabity 3 run (Gangwish kick) 2:36
2nd quarter
RED: Zimmerer 45 pass from Martinez (Bondi kick) 14:50
WHI: Sutton 17 pass from Kellogg (Lindsay kick) 7:59
RED: Cross 12 run (Bondi kick) 2:42
4th quarter
RED: Moore 37 pass from Armstrong (Bondi kick) 14:53
RED: Hoffman 69 run, 6:41

NOTE - 4 points were awarded to the 
 Whites and 2 to the Reds during
 drills midway through the first and
 second quarters
 
                         WHITE      RED
First downs                 17       15
  By rushing                 7        8
  By pssing                 10        7
  By penalty                 0        0
Rushes-Yards (net)      37-107   29-189
  Average per rush         2.9      6.5
Passing yards (net)        202      207
  Att-Comp-Int         26-17-0  18-13-0
  Avg per attempt          7.8     11.5
  Avg per completion      11.9     15.9
Total offense           63-309   47-396
  Avg gain per play        4.9      8.4
Fumble returns-Yards       0-0      0-0
Punt returns-Yards         0-0      0-0
Kickoff returns-Yards     4-64     3-68
Int. returns-Yards         0-0      0-0
Punts-Avg.              5-44.2   3-39.7
Fumbles-Lost               2-0      2-0
Penalties-Yards            1-5     2-15
Possession time          32:33    27:27
Third-down conv.       7 of 14   4 of 9
Fourth-down conv.       0 of 1   0 of 0
Sacks by: Number-Yds      2-13     4-27

RUSHING
WHI: K. Frazier 12-64; G. Nabity 11-33; J. Nelson 4-25; R. Kellogg III 1-5; A. Janovich 1-1; T. Broekemeier 2-(-2); Ryker Fyfe 6-(-19).

RED: J. Hoffman 1-69; I. Cross 7-55; M. Kuzu 7-28; T. Armstrong Jr. 10-26.

PASSING
WHI: R. Kellogg III 11-12-0 148; T. Broekemeier 3-7-0 43; R. Fyfe 3-7-0 11.

RED: T.Martinez 8-10-0-105; T. Armstrong Jr. 5-7-0 102; E. Williams 0-1-0 0. 

RECEIVING
WHI: J. Westerkamp 4-21; J. Long 3-72; J. Blum 3-32; R. Wynne Jr. 2-28; K. Bell 2-25; D. Sutton 1-17; K. Frazier 1-5; M. Marrow 1-2. 

RED: S. Cotton 3-19; A. Moore 2-59; B. Reilly 2-44; J. Turner 2-15, C. Zimmerer 1-45; Q. Enunwa 1-14; I. Cross 1-7; T. Foster 1-4.

Attendance: 60,174

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Reds rally for Spring Game win: Taylor Martinez and Tommy Armstrong Jr. joined forces to complete 13 of 17 passes for 207 yards and two touchdowns to rally the Reds to 32-25 victory.

Martinez completed 8 of 10 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown in the first half, but the Reds still trailed because of the precision passing of the Whites’ Ron Kellogg III.

Jack Hoffman, a 7-year-old battling brain cancer, entered the game for the Reds in the fourth quarter and sprinted 69 yards for the final TD.

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Commentary

Vogel

Jack Hoffman’s 69-yard fourth quarter touchdown run … was one of the most special moments on a field that’s seen a lot of them.

Hail Varsity
Dienhart

When Nebraska suits up next time, it will be for real. And the defense better be ready.

Callahan

Armstrong and Kellogg looked more than serviceable.

HuskerOnline
Christopherson

The potential in Rich Fisher’s receivers room is scary good right now.

Lincoln Journal Star
Cavanaugh

Sorry, Johnny Football. That’s a Heisman moment even you can’t create.

Chatelain

This year, NU branched out. Tweaked the target audience. Modified the message.

Omaha World-Herald
Sipple

In some ways, this was Pelini putting his stamp on the annual gathering.

Lincoln Journal Star
Shatel

[Jack’s run] goes down as the greatest thing you’ll ever see at a spring game, and maybe any other Nebraska game.

Omaha World-Herald
York

What America has here is a pint-sized national hero who’s stolen hearts across the country.

Huskers.com
Stryker

This day was a celebration of everything that is right about the University of Nebraska.

HuskerMax
Husker Mike

Overall, the defensive line looks like it’s still a work in progress.

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