Reds 24
Whites 13

April 13, 2019 • 1 p.m. Central
Memorial Stadium •Lincoln, NE • BTN
1st2nd3rd4th F 
First quarter
RED: Martinez 6 run (Pickering kick) 12:19
WHI: Pickering 27 field goal, 7:15
Second quarter
RED: Woodyard 21 pass from Martinez (Pickering kick) 14:50
WHI: Pickering 33 field goal, 6:08
RED: Mazour 1 run (Pickering kick) 1:19
RED: Pickering 45 field goal, 0:00
Third quarter
WHI: Liewer 55 pass from Masker (Pickering kick) 2:08

                         WHI       RED
First Downs               13        21
  By Rushing               8        11
  By Passing               5        10
  By Penalty               0         0
Rushes-Yds (net)       25-81    42-135
Passing Yds (net)        155       254
  Att-Comp-Int       34-14-1   36-19-2
Total Offense         59-236    78-389
Int. Returns-Yds        2-12       1-5
Punts-Avg.            7-35.0    4-37.5
Fumbles-Lost             1-0       1-0
Penalties-Yds           4-45      8-55
Possession Time        28:20     31:40
Third-Down Conv.        4/14      7/17
Fourth-Down Conv.        0/1       2/6
Red Zone Scores-Chances  2-2       2-3

WHI: Jaylin Bradley 12-57; Miles Jones 3-12; Luke McCaffrey 2-9; Corbin Ruth 1-6; Matt Masker 3-3; Andrew Bunch 4-minus 6.

RED: Brody Belt 13-53; Austin Hemphill 6-32; Wyatt Mazour 7-18; Noah Vedral 2-17; Luke McCaffrey 6-10; Connor Ruth 2-4; Adrian Martinez 6-1.

WHI: Andrew Bunch 9-21-1-80; Matt Masker 3-8-0-61; Luke McCaffrey 2-5-0-14.

RED: Noah Vedral 13-19-1-144; Adrian Martinez 5-9-0-110; Luke McCaffrey 1-8-1-0.

WHI: Miles Jones 3-44; Jaylin Bradley 3-13; Ty Chaffin 2-6; C. Banker 2-4; Wyatt Liewer 1-55; Jaevon McQuitty 1-12; K. LeGrone 1-11; Bennett Folkers 1-10.

RED: Todd Honas 3-39; Wyatt Mazour 3-22; Kade Warner 2-58; Austin Allen 2-54; Brody Belt 2-19; Kurt Rafdal 2-16; Jamie Nance 2-13; Andre Hunt 2-12; Jaron Woodyard 1-21.

Attendance: 85,946

Brody Belt
Brody Belt netted 53 yards on 13 carries. Kenny Larabee, KLIN




Stats & recap
Complete Stats

Reds prevail in spring game

In front of a crowd of 85,946 fans on a beautiful sunny day at Memorial Stadium, the Nebraska football team hosted its annual Red-White Spring Game on Saturday and the Red Team prevailed with a 24-13 win.

Saturday marked the second straight year that Nebraska has had over 85,000 fans for its Spring Game after a record 86,818 fans attend last year’s event.

Offensively, five quarterbacks saw the field and with sophomores Adrian Martinez (110) and Noah Vedral (144) each throwing for over 100 yards. Jaylin Bradley led all rushers with 57 yards on 12 carries while Brody Belt was close behind with 53 yards on 13 carries. Miles Jones, Todd Honas, Wyatt Mazour and Bradley each caught three passes, while Kade Warner led all receivers with 58 yards.

The Red squad opened the scoring on the first drive of the game, marching 75 yards in eight plays. A 3rd-and-10 conversion covered most of the yards with Martinez finding Warner for a 57-yard completion. Three plays later, Martinez ran up the middle six yards for a touchdown.

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Pregame & team info
2019 schedule
04/13Reds 24, Whites 13
08/31S. AlabamaW 35-21
09/07@ ColoradoL 31-34
09/14N. IllinoisW 44-8
09/21@ IllinoisW 42-38
09/28Ohio St.L 7-48
10/05NorthwesternW 13-10
10/12@ MinnesotaL 7-34
10/26IndianaL 31-38
11/02@ PurdueL 27-31
11/16WisconsinL 21-37
11/23@ MarylandW 54-7
11/29IowaL 24-27
Martinez scores in 1st quarter



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Hail Varsity

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Nebraska appears ready to re-enter the spotlight of college football, and this time there is no fear of wilting in it.

Daily Nebraskan

Defensive lineman Darrion Daniels is better than any of the defensive linemen the Huskers had a year ago, and all of those guys have also taken a big step forward this off-season.


Nebraska’s ticket into the hunt is a rising star quarterback, and a vastly improved defense. Based on what we saw on Saturday, that starts up front.

Omaha World-Herald

Nobody's saying Nebraska's ready to run roughshod in the Big Ten. But folks seem to like the program's trajectory.

Lincoln Journal Star
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