Akrum Wadley runs 75 yards for Iowa’s first touchdown as Aaron Williams gives chase.

Iowa 40
Nebraska 10

Nov. 25, 2016 - 2:30 p.m. Central
Kinnick Stadium | Iowa City, IA | ABC
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Nebraska 0 3 7 0 10
Iowa 13 7 6 14 40


1st quarter
IA - Akrum Wadley 75 run (kick blocked) 4:55 
IA - Riley McCarron 77 pass from C.J. 
     Beathard (Keith Duncan kick) 3:28 
2nd quarter
NU - Drew Brown 35 field goal, 9:57
IA - LeShun Daniels 4 run (Duncan kick) 7:49
3rd quarter
IA - George Kittle 1 pass from Beathard 
    (run failed) 12:40
NU - Stanley Morgan 13 pass from Tommy
     Armstrong (Brown kick) 7:47 
4th quarter
IA - Kittle 6 pass from Beathard (Duncan 
     kick) 11:13
IA - Daniels 1 run (Duncan kick) 1:55  
 
                              NU       IA
FIRST DOWNS.................. 17       13
  Rushing..................... 6        7
  Passing..................... 8        5
  Penalty..................... 3        1
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)........ 31-90   47-264
PASSING YDS (NET)........... 127      144
Passes Att-Comp-Int..... 37-14-0  15-10-0
TOTAL OFFENSE ........... 68-217   62-408
Fumble Returns-Yards........ 0-0      0-0
Punt Returns-Yards.......... 3-8     6-82
Kickoff Returns-Yards...... 4-81     3-80
Int. Returns-Yards.......... 0-0      0-0
Punts (Number-Avg)...... 10-36.4   5-41.2
Fumbles-Lost................ 0-0      0-0
Penalties-Yards............ 8-57     7-70
Possession Time........... 26:52    33:08
Third-Down Conv. ....... 5 of 18  3 of 13
Fourth-Down Conv. ....... 2 of 2   3 of 3
Red-Zone Scores-Chances..... 2-2      4-4
Sacks By: Number-Yards..... 2-13     1-10

RUSHING
NU: Bryant 11-41; Newby 10-39; Armstrong 
    6-13; McNitt Pierson-El 1-3; Fyfe 
    1-minus 10.
IA: Daniels 29-158; Wadley 11-105; 
    Akinribade 1-2; Beathard 5-1; TEAM
    1-minus 2.

PASSING
NU: Armstrong 13-35-0-125; Fyfe 1-2-0-2.
Iowa-Beathard 10-15-0-144.

RECEIVING
NU: Westerkamp 4-50; Bryant 4-8; Morgan
    2-28; Reilly 1-16; Pierson-El 1-16; 
    Carter 1-7; Newby 1-2. 
IA: McCarron 5-108; Wadley 2-19; Kittle
    2-7; Fant 1-10.

Attendance: 69,814

Nebraska’s Terrell Newby is gang-tackled in the first quarter.

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Hawkeyes Make it a Black Friday, Win 40-10: Iowa jumped out to a 6-0 lead and never looked back on its way a 40-10 win on Black Friday.  The Hawkeyes dominated the ground game, rushing for 264 yards while holding the Huskers to 90 yards rushing.  After missing last week’s game against Maryland, Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. could not find a rhythm Friday. He was 13-for-35 through the air for 125 yards and one touchdown.

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Jordan Westerkamp picks up yardage after one of his four receptions.

Commentary

Chatelain

It’s becoming harder and harder to make the case that Nebraska is the superior program.

Omaha World-Herald
Leistikow

After Friday’s domination, it was hard for the head coach (and media) not to recognize how far this program has come in two years.

Des Moines Register
Keeler

The Huskers found themselves emasculated, physically, at the line of scrimmage. Time and again.

Land of 10
Hamar

At least on this day, the Huskers just weren’t good enough.

Grand Island Independent
Washut

Nebraska didn’t come ready to play in any facet.

HuskerOnline
Callahan

It’s a tough pill to swallow, knowing how close Nebraska was this season to turning the corner.

HuskerOnline
Stryker

I was not prepared to see the 79th-rated rushing attack of Iowa crumple the Blackshirts into a little ball and kick them to the curb.

HuskerMax
Vogel

Nebraska didn’t do anything it needed to in this game.

Hail Varsity
Shatel

The thing to remember: This year was a step forward, but only because last year was a big step back.

Omaha World-Herald
Sipple

Make no mistake, this loss was even worse than the travesty at Ohio State.

Lincoln Journal Star
Barfknecht

A toughness gap ... lingers in this program, both on the field and off, even with a nine-win season.

Omaha World-Herald
Rosenthal

What happened Friday can’t unravel the many positives that have come in the second year of the Mike Riley regime.

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