White (Defense) 46
Red (Offense) 41

Apr. 16, 2016 - 2:30 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Red (Offense) 11 12 10 8 41
White (Defense) 8 8 5 4 46
1st quarter
RED - Terrell Newby 1 run (Josh Brown kick) 15:08
2nd quarter
RED - Mikale Wilbon 6 run (Brown kick) 13:35
RED - Brown 47 field goal, 0:00
3rd quarter
RED - Tommy Armstrong 37 run, 15:22
4th quarter
RED - Austin Rose 7 run, 4:59  

Note: Special scoring system enabled both
      teams to score in additional ways.
      Complete summary here.

                             RED    WHI
First downs ................. 32      0
  Rushing ................... 16      0
  Passing ................... 16      0
  Penalty .................... 0      0
Rushes-Yards (net) ...... 64-343    0-0
Passing yds (net) .......... 301      0
  Att-Comp-Int ......... 33-58-1  0-0-0
Total offense........... 122-644    0-0
Kickoff returns-Yards ..... 2-48   1-16
Interception returns-Yds ... 0-0    1-2
Punts-Average ........... 3-53.0    0-0
Fumbles-Lost ............... 3-0    0-0
Penalties-Yards ........... 8-58    0-0
Third-down conversions.. 5 of 33    0-0
Fourth-down conversions.. 3 of 9    0-0
Red-zone scores-Chances .... 2-2    0-0
Sacks by-Yards ............. 0-0   3-24

RUSHING
Tommy Armstrong 6-120; Terrell Newby 6-48; AJ Bush 6-42; Austin Rose 4-32; Mikale Wilbon 8-31; Devine Ozigbo 5-31; Adam Taylor 4-13; Ryker Fyfe 7-12; Noah Johnson 3-7; Derrion Grim 1-5; Graham Nabity 4-5

PASSING
Tommy Armstrong  8-15-0  80
AJ Bush          4-12-0  35
Patrick O'Brien  6-10-1  59
Ryker Fyfe      15-21-0 127

RECEIVING
Brett Classen 4-33; Jordan Nelson 4-32; Sam Cotton 3-40; Brady Pelzer 2-39; Trey Foster 2-25; Stanley Morgan 2-21; Graham Nabity 2-17; Mikale Wilbon 2-16; Ty Betka 1-13; Gabe Rahn 1-10

Attendance: 72,992

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Kasun Interception Clinches White Comeback: Walk-on Kyle Kasun’s interception on the final play brought the White team (defense) all the way back for a 46-41 victory in Nebraska’s Red-White Spring Game in front of 72,992 fans.

In a uniquely scored game, the White rallied from a 16-point second-half deficit to win. The offense played well under quarterback Tommy Armstrong, who completed 8 of 15 passes for 80 yards and rushed six times for 120 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown run.

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Devine Ozigbo picks up yardage.

Commentary

Vogel

I come out of this spring game ... thinking this 2016 team will be a little bit better than last year’s team.

Hail Varsity
Johnston

Would you rather have three running backs that are relatively equal in capability, or one that was outstanding?

Corn Nation
Dixon

Armstrong reminded us all that he just might be the best ball-carrier the program has.

Daily Nebraskan
Chatelain

If all goes well in his development, O’Brien will look back at the 2016 spring game and laugh at his interception – and his emotional response.

Omaha World-Herald
Shatel

What Saturday and this spring showed us is what we probably already knew: Armstrong is the guy this fall.

Omaha World-Herald
Sipple

Bottom line, Nebraska just might have something going on offense.

Lincoln Journal Star
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