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Nebraska 63
Kansas 10

Oct. 8, 1988
Lawrence, KS
Nebraska     28   21    7    7   -   63
Kansas        0   10    0    0   -   10

First Quarter
NEB - Steve Taylor 1 run (Chris Drennan kick) 11:36
NEB - Todd Millikan 22 pass from Taylor (Drennan kick) 6:47
NEB - Tyreese Knox 4 run (Drennan kick) 3:28
NEB - Morgan Gregory 64 punt return (Drennan kick) 1:43
Second Quarter
NEB - Lance Lewis 5 run (Drennan kick) 13:40
KAN - FG Brad Fleeman 50, 9:51
NEB - Bryan Carpenter 31 run (Drennan kick) 8:31
KAN - Willie Vaughn 79 pass from Kelly Donohoe (Fleeman kick) 3:53
NEB - Leodis Flowers 1 run (Drennan kick) 0:42
Third Quarter
NEB - Taylor 1 run (Drennan kick) 8:06.
Fourth Quarter
NEB - Mickey Joseph 2 run (Drennan kick) 1:55
A-32,500.
                       Neb.       Kan.
First downs            38         15
Rushes-yards           73-547     38-77
Passing yards          118        204
Returns-yards          7-166      1-0
Passes                 10-14-1    12-25-1
Sacks by               2-10       1-12
Punts-avg.             1-37       8-36
Fumbles-lost           1-0        0-0
Penalties-yards        12-100     2-30
Time of possession     32:44      27:16

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing:
Nebraska, Knox 6-120, Flowers 13-80, Joseph 12-77, Ken Clark 10-64, Lewis 10-50, Taylor 8-43, Gerry Gdowski 5-42.
Kansas, Tony Sands 14-38, Frank Hatchett 9-18.
Passing:
Nebraska, Taylor 7-9-0-78, Gdowski 2-3-0-31.
Kansas, Donohoe 12-24-1-204.
Receiving:
Nebraska, Millikan 3-57, Richard Bell 2-26, Clark 2-4.
Kansas, Vaughn 4-114, Quintin Smith 4-63, John Baker 3-27.
Missed field goals: none.
Interceptions:
Nebraska, Tahaun Lewis 1-45.
Kansas, Rodney Harris, 1-0.
Tackles (UT-AT-TT):
Nebraska, Broderick Thomas 2-6-8, Jeff Mills 3-4-7, LeRoy Etienne 3-3-6.
Kansas, Peda Samuel 6-5-11, Jason Tyrer 6-4-10, Paul Zaffaroni 7-2-9, Deral Boykin 6-3-9.
Sacks:
Nebraska, Tim Jackson 1-8, Thomas 1-2.
Kansas, Tyrer 1-12.

Tyreese Knox

Official recap

Nebraska scored touchdowns on each of its first five possessions, not counting a 64-yard punt-return touchdown by Morgan Gregory, and the Huskers cruised to their 20th consecutive win over Kansas.

Despite a 79-yard Jayhawk touchdown pass, the longest against NU in 12 years, Nebraska built a 49-10 halftime advantage. Steve Taylor reached two career milestones as he became the fifth Husker to top 4,000 total-offense yards, finishing the game with 4,034, and became the third to record 50 career total-offense touchdowns.

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