Akrum Wadley finds a big hole in the fourth quarter.

Iowa 56
Nebraska 14

Nov. 24, 2017 - 3:05 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium | Lincoln, NE | FS1
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Iowa 7 7 28 14 56
Nebraska 7 7 0 0 14
1st quarter
NEB: Morgan 14 pass from Lee (Brown kick) 9:34 Video
IOW: Wadley 20 run (Recinos kick)
2nd quarter
NEB: Morgan 28 pass from Lee (Brown kick) 6:18
IOW: Fant 4 pass from Stanley (Recinos kick) 0:25
3rd quarter
IOW: Wadley 1 run (Recinos kick) 12:24
IOW: Butler 12 run (Recinos kick) 9:53
IOW: Wadley 29 run (Recinos kick) 8:32
IOW: Fant 68 pass from Stanley (Recinos kick) 1:20
4th quarter
IOW: Young 3 run (Recinos kick) 9:24
IOW: Kelli-Martin 5 run (Recinos kick) 6:34

                              IOW      NEB
FIRST DOWNS................... 23       12
  Rushing..................... 18        3
  Passing...................... 4        9
  Penalty...................... 1        0
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)........ 47-313    21-67
PASSING YDS (NET)............ 192      200
  Att-Comp-Int. ......... 20-13-0  42-23-3
TOTAL OFFENSE ............ 67-505   63-267
Fumble Returns-Yards......... 0-0      0-0
Punt Returns-Yards.......... 3-43      1-0
Kickoff Returns-Yards....... 2-75     3-43
Int. Returns-Yards.......... 3-37      0-0
Punts (Number-Avg)........ 2-27.0   5-42.6
Fumbles-Lost................. 2-0      0-0
Penalties-Yards............. 3-30     3-19
Possession Time............ 33:09    26:51
Third-Down Conv. ........ 4 of 11  5 of 15
Fourth-Down Conv. ........ 1 of 4   0 of 2
Red-Zone Scores-Chances.....  6-7      1-2
Sacks By: Number-Yards......  1-5      0-0

RUSHING
IOW: Wadley 19-159; Kelly-Martin 6-90; Butler 9-36; Young 8-21; Easley 1-6; Stanley 2-4; Kulick 1-1; Rastetter 1-minus 9; Smith-Marsette, 0-5. 

NEB: Wilbon 7-39; Bradley 9-19; Ozigbo 3-13; Lindsey 1-1; Lee 1-minus 5.

PASSING
IOW: Stanley 13-20-0-192. 
NEB: Lee 22-41-3-205; Darlington 1-1-0-minus 5.

RECEIVING
IOW: Easley 4-17; Fant 3-116; Smith-Marsette, 3-26; Vandeberg 2-25; Wadley 1-8. 

NEB: Morgan 7-74; Hoppes 4-37; Wilbon 4-18; Pierson-El 3-39; K. Williams 1-19;  Stoll 1-12; Bradley 1-7; Ozigbo 1-minus 1; McNitt 1-minus 5.

Attendance: 90,046

Stanley Morgan makes a one-handed TD grab.

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Morgan Sets Receiving Record in Season-Ending Loss: After a 14-14 first half, Nebraska was outscored 42-0 the rest of the way in a 56-14 loss to Iowa.

With the win, the Hawkeyes won the Heroes Trophy for the third straight year and notched their third straight victory in Lincoln dating back to 2013.

A bright spot for the Huskers was junior wide receiver Stanley Morgan Jr., who finished the day with 74 yards on seven catches and both of Nebraska’s touchdowns. Morgan finished the 2017 campaign with 986 yards, breaking Johnny Rodgers’ single-season record of 942 yards in 1972.

Running back Akrum Wadley paced the Iowa attack with 159 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries.

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Mike Riley watches the clock tick down in the fourth quarter.

Commentary

Christopherson

It’s almost inexplicable how much it fell apart. But it’s been the story far too often for Husker football.

Huskers Illustrated
Keeler

The Hawkeyes are bowling, Shawn. The program you left behind looks like King Kong just sat on it.

Land of 10
Chatelain

The Riley regime was going to end this weekend, sure, but it didn’t have to end like this.

Omaha World-Herald
Vogel

It’s going to take a special coach, Mike Riley or otherwise, to step up to the challenge.

Hail Varsity
Shatel

There’s no perfect way to fire a coach. What I do know is that this needs to end soon, needs clarity immediately.

Omaha World-Herald
Callahan

Eichorst may have started this war with Iowa, but there's no question Ferentz finished it on Friday.

HuskerOnline
Sipple

Nebraska can't get used to Friday's level of inept play. Ever.

Hamar

There may never have been another fan base any more ready to get a season over.

Grand Island Independent
Stryker

Nebraska has gone from ‘Offensive Lineman U’ to the school who breaks a few passing records while getting the hell beat out of it at the line of scrimmage.

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Hlas

The Hawkeyes needed something to make them feel better entering this game. Nebraska gave them an entire pharmacy.

Cedar Rapids Gazette
York

The Huskers need more walk-ons like senior linebacker Chris Weber, who led the Blackshirts this season with 95 tackles.

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