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Nebraska 49
Iowa State 17

Oct. 28, 1989
Lincoln, NE
Iowa State     7    3    7    0   -  17
Nebraska      14   14   14    7   -  49

First Quarter
NEB - Gerry Gdowski 74 run (Gregg Barrios kick) 13:32
ISU - Blaise Bryant 3 run tfeff Shudak kick) 9:00
NEB - Gdowski 26 run (Barrios kick) 1:45
Second Quarter
ISU - FG Shudak 46, 11:21
NEB - Tyrone Hughes 16 pass from Gdowski (Barrios kick) 5:03
NEB - Hughes 25 pass from Gdowski (Barrios kick) 0:27
Third Quarter
NEB - Gdowski 3 run (Barrios kick) 9:02
NEB - Gdowski 4 run (Barrios kick) 4:39
ISU - Bryant 11 run (Shudak kick) 1:24
Fourth Quarter
NEB - Jerry Dunlap 1 run (Barrios kick) 0:24
A-76,371.
                      ISU       Neb.
First downs           26        23
Rushes-yards          47-190    61-468
Passing yards         158       62
Returns-yards         1-32      1-6
Passes                14-24-0   3-7-0
Sacks by              0-0       4-23
Punts-avg.            2-10      2-39
Fumbles-lost          4-3       1-1
Penalties-yards       6-44      3-34
Time of possession    30:13     29:47

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing:
ISU, Bryant 24-89, Bret Oberg 10-51.
NEB, Gdowski 17-176, Leodis Flowers 16-118, Bryan Carpenter 5-52.
Passing:
ISU, Oberg 14-23-0-158.
NEB, Gdowski 3-6-0-62.
Receiving:
ISU, Steve Lester 8-74, Mike Busch 3-45, Bryant 2-32.
NEB, Hughes 2-41.
Missed field goals:
ISU, none.
NEB, Chris Drennan 53.
Interceptions: none.
Tackles (UT-AT-TT):
ISU, Larry Ratigan 6-1-7, Marcus Robertson 6-1-7, Tim Baker 4-2-6, Travis Block 4-2-6.
NEB, Jeff Mills 6-3-9, Reggie Cooper 5-4-9, Kent Wells 4-4-8, Tyrone Byrd 4-4-8.
Sacks:
ISU, none.
NEB, Wells 2-14, John Reece 1-7, Travis Hill 1-5, Kenny Walker 1-4.
Gerry Gdowski 74yd TD

Official recap

Gerry Gdowski set three Nebraska quarterback rushing records as the fourth-ranked Huskers rolled to their 17th-consecutive regular-season win.

Gdowski shredded the Iowa State defense for 176 yards and four touchdowns, both records, and started his Big Eight offensive player-of-the-week performance with a 74-yard touchdown run, the longest-ever for a Husker quarterback. For good measure, he also threw for two scores before leaving early in the fourth quarter.

I-back Leodis Flowers, subbing for the injured Ken Clark, ran for a career-high 118 yards.

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