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Official recap

Supposedly weak Iowa State was anything but docile as the Nebraska Cornhuskers had to labor long and hard to pull out a 12-0 win for their second straight shutout.

Again the defense sparkled, limiting the Cyclones to a minus-5 yards rushing and a total offense net of only 82 yards. But Iowa State's defense also refused to buckle.

Nebraska scored early, thanks to a fumble recovery at the Cyclone 7 in the opening minutes, as Bill Bomberger kicked a 23-yard field goal. It stayed 3-0 until late in the third quarter when Frank Patrick capped a 41-yard drive after a pass interception with a one-yard TD punch.

When the Cyclones fumbled the subsequent kickoff, Nebraska got the ball at the ISU 27 but couldn't power the ball in. However, after the Huskers stalled at the one, Cyclone Ben King was tackled in the end zone by Frank Avolio and NU got two more points.

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1967 Orduna run vs. Iowa State
Joe Orduna high-steps for 8 yards in the second quarter.
 
Nebraska 12
Iowa State 0

Nov. 4, 1967
Lincoln, NE
Iowa State      0    0    0    0  -  0
Nebraska        3    0    9    0  - 12

First Quarter
NEB: Bill Bomberger 23 field goal
Third Quarter
NEB: Frank Patrick 1 run (Bomberger kick)
NEB: Frank Avolio tackled Ben King in end
     zone for safety
 
                       ISU      NEB
First downs ...........  6       18
Rushing net  ...... 39-(-5)  62-216
Passing net ........... 83      111
  Comp-Att-Int .... 9-27-1   4-17-1
Total offense .......66-78   79-327
Return yardage ........ 67       59
Punts-Avg. ....... 12-31.0  10-29.6
Fumbles-Lost ......... 1-1      7-4
Yards penalized ....... 25       78
LEADING NU RUSHERS:
Dick Davis 87; Joe Orduna 76.
LEADING NU PASSER:
Frank Patrick, 4 for 17 - 111 yards.