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Nebraska 51
Iowa State 16

Nov. 5, 1988
Ames, IA
Nebraska       7   24    7    13  -  51
Iowa State     0    0    3    13  -  16

First Quarter
NEB - Todd Millikan 6 pass from Steve Taylor (Gregg Barrios kick) 0:07
Second Quarter
NEB - Ken Clark 18 run (Barrios kick) 8:58
NEB - Taylor 28 run (Barrios kick) 4:46
NEB - Taylor 23 run (Barrios kick) 1:53 
NEB - FG Barrios 30, 0:04
Third Quarter
NEB - Taylor 11 run (Barrios kick) 11:31 
ISU - FG Jeff Shudak 42, 2:22
Fourth Quarter
NEB - Gerry Gdowski 1 run (Chris Drennan kick) 14:06
ISU - Paul Thibodeaux 67 run (Shudak kick) 11:50
NEB - Leodis Flowers 3 run (Gdowski pass failed), 5:09
ISU - Dennis Ross 35 pass from Derek DeGennaro (Shudak kick failed) 0:01. 
A-50,158.
                       Neb.       ISU
First downs            29         13
Rushes-yards           68-566     39-148
Passing yards          71         103
Returns-yards          2-11       0-0
Passes                 5-10-0     7-17-1
Sacks by               3-22       0-0
Punts-avg.             3-43       8-45
Fumbles-lost           3-1        1-0
Penalties-yards        7-60       7-40
Time of possession     31:32      28:28

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing:
NU, Taylor 12-154, Clark 20-146, Gdowski 4-56, Mickey Joseph 4-44, Tyreese Knox 10-44, Richard Bell 4-40.
ISU, Thibodeaux 2-69, Joe Henderson 17-34, Sylvester Nickerson 4-29.
Passing:
NU, Taylor 5-9-0-71.
ISU, DeGennaro 4-10-0-66, Bret Oberg 3-7-1-37.
Receiving:
NU, Nate Turner 1-28, Morgan Gregory 1-20, Todd Millikan 1-6.
ISU, Ross 2-48, Nickerson 2-24.
Missed field goals: none.
Interceptions:
NU, Fryar 1-5.
ISU, none.
Tackles (UT-AT-TT):
NU, LeRoy Etienne 5-5-10, Broderick Thomas 5-2-7, Jeff Mills 1-4-5, Chris Caliendo 1-4-5.
ISU, Jeff Dole 3-10-13, Tim Baker 7-5-12, Ray Carreathers 5-3-8, Anthony Hoskins 3-5-8.
Sacks:
NU, Thomas 1-8, Mike Croel 1-7, Kent Wells 1-7.
ISU, none.

Steve Taylor TD

Official recap

Despite a wind-chill reading of zero degrees and snow driven by winds gusting to 40 miles per hour, Nebraska rolled up 637 total-offense yards in romping past Iowa State.

The win was the ninth of the season for the seventh-ranked Huskers, and marked the 20th-consecutive season (the 25th in the last 27) in which Nebraska had won at least nine games. Steve Taylor rushed for 154 yards (three yards off his school record for quarterbacks) and three touchdowns, and overcame the elements to complete five of nine passes for 71 yards and one score.

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