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Nebraska 48
Kansas State 3

Oct. 22, 1988
Manhattan, KS
Nebraska         14   20   14    0   -   48
Kansas State      3    0    0    0   -    3

First Quarter
NEB - Ken Clark 32 run (Gregg Barrios kick) 11:03
KSU - FG Mark Porter 61, 10:26
NEB - Tyreese Knox 2 run (Barrios kick) 4:46
Second Quarter
NEB - FG Barrios 36, 14:03
NEB - Dana Brinson 52 pass from Taylor (Barrios kick) 9:18
NEB - FG Barrios 37, 4:28
NEB - Knox 6 run (Barrios kick) 0:59
Third Quarter
NEB - Knox 2 run (Barrios kick) 1:15
NEB - Knox 26 run (Barrios kick) 0:47
A-35,000.
                       Neb.      KSU
First downs            32        12
Rushes-yards           74-479    20-44
Passing yards          143       145
Returns-yards          4-17      1-0
Passes                 7-13-1    15-36-2
Sacks by               3-23      0-0
Punts-avg.             1-54      6-29
Fumbles-lost           1-1       1-1
Penalties-yards        7-59      7-59
Time of possession     39:10     20:50

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing:
Nebraska, Clark 20-225, Knox 19-108, Leodis Flowers 8-41.
Kansas State, Lee Pickett 9-54, Tom Dillon 3-13.
Passing:
Nebraska, Taylor 6-11-0-129.
Kansas State, Carl Straw 14-34-2-137.
Receiving:
Nebraska, Brinson 2-55, Todd Millikan 2-52.
Kansas State, Greg Washington 5-57, Dillon 5-35, Alan Friedrich 3-35.
Missed field goals: none.
Interceptions:
Nebraska, Bruce Pickens, 1-18, Reggie Cooper 1-0.
Kansas State, Dimitrie Scott 1-0.
Tackles (UT-AT-TT):
Nebraska, Jeff Mills 3-2-5, Marvin Sanders 2-3-5, five players with 4 TT.
Kansas State, William Price 4-11-15, Marcus Miller 5-4-9, Maurice Henry 4-5-9.
Sacks:
Nebraska, Jon Marco 1-8, Kent Wells 1-8, Broderick Thomas 1-7.
Kansas State, none.

Doug Glaser, Tyreese Knox

Official recap

I-back Ken Clark rushed for 225 yards to lead the Huskers to their romp over the Wildcats, in the process becoming only the third Nebraska player to record back-to-back 200-yard games (joining I.M. Hipp and Mike Rozier).

Nebraska also got 108 yards and four touchdowns from alternate I-back Tyreese Knox as the Huskers rolled up 622 total-offense yards.

The win was the seventh of the season for NU, and assured the Huskers of an NCAA-record 27th-consecutive winning season, breaking the old record they had shared with Penn State and Alabama.

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