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Nebraska 51
Kansas 14

Nov. 11, 1989
Lincoln, NE
Kansas       7    0     7    0   -  14 
Nebraska    16    7    21    7   -  51

First Quarter
KAN - Maurice Douglas 6 run (Brad Fleeman kick) 7:01
NEB - Ken Clark 33 run (Gregg Barrios kick) 6:16
NEB - Richard Bell 11 pass from Gerry Gdowski (Barrios kick) 0:34
NEB - Safety, Maurice Hooks downed ball in end zone, 0:28
Second Quarter
NEB - Bell 45 pass from Gdowski (Barrios kick) 1:49
Third Quarter
NEB - Clark 33 run (Barrios kick) 12:13
NEB - Jon Bostick 19 pass from Gdowski (Barrios kick) 8:13
NEB - Leodis Flowers 1 run (Barrios kick) 5:34
KAN - Kelly Donohoe 2 run (Fleeman kick) 4:34 
Fourth Quarter
NEB - Lamont White 3 run (Barrios kick) 1:15
A-76,232.
                      Kan.      Neb.
First downs           16        30
Rushes-yards          40-131    69-503
Passing yards         214       105
Returns-yards         1-6       6-43
Passes                14-23-2   4-10-0
Sacks by              0-0       1-1
Punts-avg.            4-45      2-40
Fumbles-lost          4-2       1-0
Penalties-yards       8-62      6-47
Time of possession    27:13     32:47

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing:
Kansas, Tony Sands 26-86, Douglas 9-40.
Nebraska, Clark 20-177, Gdowski 6-75, Mickey Joseph 12-66, Richard Bell 2-42.
Passing:
Kansas, Kelly Donohoe 14-23-2-214.
Nebraska, Gdowski 4-8-0-105.
Receiving:
Kansas, Quintin Smith 9-169, John Baker 3-29.
Nebraska, Bell 2-56, Nate Turner 1-30.
Missed field goals:
Kansas, none.
Nebraska, Barrios 27.
Interceptions:
Kansas, none.
Nebraska, Mills 1-2, Bruce Pickens 1-0, Marvin Sanders 1-0.
Tackles (UT-AT-TT):
Kansas, Roger Robben 13-1-14, Hassan Bailey 7-5-12, Paul Friday 6-1-7.
Nebraska, Sanders 4-3-7, Jeff Mills 3-4-7, Pat Tryrance 5-0-5.
Sacks:
Kansas, none.
Nebraska, Kenny Walker 1-1.
Jeff Mills tackle

Official recap

Ken Clark rushed for a season-high 177 yards and Gerry Gdowski had 180 total-offense yards to lead the Huskers past the Jayhawks, clinching Nebraska's 21st-consecutive season with at least nine wins.

Clark's effort increased his career total to 2,946 yards and his season total to 1,105 as he became the second-leading career rusher in Nebraska history, and became the fourth Husker to record back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons.

Gdowski's output gave him 2,004 total-offense yards on the season as he became the fifth Nebraska player to top 2,000.

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