Reds 55
Whites 46

Apr. 12, 2014 - 2 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE | BTN (delay)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Whites 13 8 10 15 46
Reds 17 17 18 3 55
1st quarter
RED: Allen 5 pass from Fyfe (Bondi kick)
RED: Cross 20 run (Bondi kick blocked)
2nd quarter
RED: Cross 39 run (Schumacher kick)
RED: Gladney 48 pass from Stanton (Bondi kick failed)
3rd quarter
RED: Turner 25 pass from Stanton (Lindsay kick)
RED: Newby 1 run (Schumacher kick)

NOTE: Additional points were awarded for particular achievements by defense (Whites) and offense (Reds)

                        WHITE       RED
FIRST DOWNS ............... 0        33
RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ...... 0-0    67-270
PASSING YDS (NET) ......... 0       356
  Att-Comp-Int ........ 0-0-0   48-25-3
TOTAL OFFENSE  .......... 0-0   115-626
Int. Returns-Yards ..... 3-57       0-0
Fumbles-Lost ............ 0-0       0-0
Penalties-Yards ........ 1-15      4-25
Third-Down Conv. ..... 0 of 0   8 of 23
Fourth-Down Conv. .... 0 of 0    0 of 1

RUSHING
RED: I.Cross 6-100; J.Nelson 11-54; T.Newby 16-51; R.Fyfe 5-44; A.Taylor 14-41; J.Stanton 3-18; T.Broekemeier 1-5; T.Armstrong 6-minus 7; Z.Darlington 5-minus 36

PASSING
RED: J.Stanton 8-12-0 135 2 TD;
     R.Fyfe 9-12-0 89 1 TD;
     Z.Darlington 3-11-1 21 0 TD;
     T.Armstrong 4-8-1 97 0 TD;
     T.Broekemeier 1-5-1 14 0 TD 

RECEIVING
RED: T.Allen 5-42; B.Reilly 4-92; L.Hovey 3-28; J.Turner 2-37; C.Ketter 2-10; K.Gladney 1-48; K.Bell 1-20; T.Evans 1-14; D.Sutton 1-14; S.Burtch 1-13; T.Newby 1-12; A.Taylor 1-7; G.Hart 1-6

Attendance: 61,772

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Offense prevails: I-back Imani Cross rushed for 100 yards on just six carries as the Red team won the annual Red-White spring game, 55-46.

The Red team was all offensive players and the White team was all defense. A modified scoring system awarded points for both offensive and defensive plays.

Quarterbacks Johnny Stanton and Ryker Fyfe continued their battle for the No. 2 spot behind Tommy Armstrong as the duo combined to go 17-of-24 for 224 yards and three TDs.

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Imani Cross rushed for 100 yards on six carries.

Commentary

Shatel

Does the fun Bo encourage more playmaking and fewer mistakes? I say it can’t hurt.

Omaha World-Herald
Muessel

Gerry has a nose for the ball and plays like a wild animal.

Hail Varsity
Callahan

Football played second fiddle to some of the fun going on between the plays.

HuskerOnline
Sherman

As suspected, this stable of I-backs might rate as Nebraska’s best in many years.

Sipple

You saw quality entertainment and quality football, for the most part.

Lincoln Journal Star
Hamar

Kudos to Pelini and the athletic department for doing some things to jazz this one up.

Grand Island Independent
Feit

The highlight of the day happened before the game started.

HuskerMax
York

Imani Cross lives in All-American Ameer Abdullah’s shadow most of the time, but that was not the case Saturday.

Huskers.com
Husker Mike

[The cat stunt] may not soothe old, still festering wounds, but it does eliminate old, tired talking points.

Corn Nation
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