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Nebraska 42
UCLA 3

Sept. 22, 1984
Pasadena, CA
Nebraska     6   15   7   14   -  42 
UCLA         0    0   3    0   -   3

First Quarter
NEBR: Jeff Smith 8 run (Scott Livingston kick failed) 8:06
Second Quarter
NEBR: Craig Sundberg 4 run (Jason Gamble pass from Sundberg) 3:40
NEBR: Tom Rathman 3 run (Livingston kick) 12:59
Third Quarter
UCLA: FG John Lee 34, 6:58
NEBR: Shane Swanson 19 run (Livingston kick) 13:03
Fourth Quarter
NEBR: Doug DuBose 64 run (Dale Klein kick) 1:18
NEBR: Paul Miles 4 run (Klein kick) 9:17

A-71,355.

                      NEBR      UCLA
First downs             26        16
Rushes-yards        62-364     33-41 
Passing yards          104       165 
  Comp-Att-Int     10-19-1   20-43-1
Total offense       81-468    76-206
Return yards            62        24
Sacks by              8-46      1-11
Punts                 6-32     10-39
Fumbles-lost           3-1       3-2
Penalties-yards       4-30      5-34
Time of possession   31:27     28:33

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing
NEBR: Smith 20-123, DuBose 8-104, Rathman 11-52, Miles 8-41.
UCLA: Danny Andrews 8-32, Bryan Wiley 4-19.

Passing
NEBR: Sundberg 10-17-1-104.
UCLA: Matt Stevens 13-28-1-119,
      Rod Norrie 7-15-0-46.

Receiving
NEBR: Swanson 3-33, Scott Kimball 2-21.
UCLA: Andrews 7-52, Mike Sherrard 3-37, Derek Tennell 3-16.

Missed field goals: None

ADDITIONAL STATS
 
Paul Miles
Official recap
Nebraska made its first Rose Bowl appearance in 44 seasons and the No. 1-ranked Huskers made the most of it, turning in by far their best early-season performance in rolling to a 42-3 romp over eighth-ranked (AP) UCLA in a game televised to nearly all of the nation by CBS.

The Huskers sacked Bruin quarterbacks eight times as Nebraska handed the two-time defending Pac-Ten and Rose Bowl champs their worst loss in 14 years. But in recording their first win ever in California, NU lost I-back Jeff Smith to a first-half ankle injury that was to plague him most of the season.