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Nebraska 58
Kansas State 7

Oct. 7, 1989
Lincoln, NE
Kansas State     0    0    7    0  -   7 
Nebraska        14   21   23    0  -  58

First Quarter
NEB - Ken Clark 2 run (Gregg Barrios kick) 3:38
NEB - Bryan Carpenter 31 run (Barrios kick) 1:49
Second Quarter
NEB - Gerry Gdowski 15 run (Barrios kick) 8:44
NEB - Leodis Flowers 67 run (Barrios kick) 7:02
NEB - Jon Bostick 41 pass from Gdowski (Barrios kick) 2:37
Third Quarter
NEB - Clark 5 run (Barrios kick) 9:25
KSU - Pat Jackson 6 run (David Kruger kick) 6:36
NEB - Carpenter 29 pass from Mickey Joseph (Barrios kick) 4:48
NEB - Safety, Jackson fumbled in end zone, 3:22
NEB - Bostick 16 pass from Mike Grant (Barrios kick) 0:00
A-76,265.
                      KSU       Neb.
First downs           10        33
Rushes-yards          22-16     75-542
Passing yards         137       181
Returns-yards         2-49      7-76
Passes                14-45-1   8-12-1
Sacks by              3-27      4-30
Punts-avg.            10-40     3-36
Fumbles-lost          2-2       6-3
Penalties-yards       9-79      7-79
Time of possession    23:26     36:34

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing:
KSU, Jackson 11-12, Carl Straw 5-11.
NEB, Clark 22-166, Gdowski 10-81, Flowers 4-77, Carpenter 6-57, Rodgers 8-51, Joseph 5-43
Passing:
KSU, Straw 14-40-1-137.
NEB, Gdowski 4-6-1-112, Grant 3-4-0-40.
Receiving:
KSU, Michael Smith 5-32, Jackson 3-36, Frank Hernandez 3-35.
NEB, Bostick 3-77, Richard Bell 3-71. Missed field goals-none.
Interceptions:
KSU, Marcus Miller 1-5.
NEB, Tyrone Legette 1-22.
Tackles (UT-AT-TT):
KSU, Miller 6-3-9, Matt Hennesy 3-5-8, five with 7 TT.
NEB, Pat Tyrance 4-2-6, Jon Crippen 4-0-4, four with 3 TT.
Sacks:
KSU, C. J. Masters 3-18, Erick Harper 1-7, Maurice Henry 1-2.
NEB, Paul Brun-gardt 2-11, Travis Hill 1-10, Joe Spitzenberger 1-9.
Pat Tyrance and Travis Hill

Official recap

Nebraska got 166 rushing yards from Ken Clark and 193 total-offense yards from Gerry Gdowski, while the Blackshirt defense held Kansas State to 16 rushing yards and 10 first downs as the Huskers rolled past the Wildcats in the Big Eight opener for both teams.

Gdowski, Mickey Joseph and Mike Grant each threw touchdown passes, marking the first time in seven years that three different Huskers had passed for scores in the same game.

Pat Jackson's 6-yard touchdown run for K-State was the Wildcats' first touchdown vs. Nebraska in five years.

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