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Nebraska 49
Utah 22

Sept. 5, 1992
Lincoln, NE
Utah           0    0   14    8  -  22
Nebraska      21   14    7    7  -  49

First Quarter
NU: Lance Lewis 57 run (Byron Bennett kick) 11:11
NU: Derek Brown 26 run (Bennett kick) 5:20
NU: Mike Grant 16 run (Bennett kick) 0:47
Second Quarter
NU: Andre McDuffy 6 run (Bennett kick) 13:34
NU: Calvin Jones 14 pass from Grant (Bennett kick) 7:07
Third Quarter
NU: Grant 6 run (Bennett kick) 9:42
UT: Henry Lusk 7 pass from Frank Dolce (pass failed) 4:34
UT: Keith Williams 54 run (Pierre Jones run), 0:20
Fourth Quarter
NU: Gerald Armstrong 11 pass from Grant (Sieler kick) 12:07
UT: Jones 25 run (Jones run) 4:02

                     Utah        NU
First downs            16        24
Rushes-yards       36-172    47-399
Passing yards         207       118
Total yards           379       517
Passes            21-38-4   13-26-1
Sacks by              0-0      3-10
Punts-average        7-38      5-43
Fumbles-lost          1-1       3-1
Penalties-yards      4-21      9-60
Possession time     31:27     28:33

RUSHING
Utah: Keith Williams 15-106, Pierre Jones 8-42, Steve Abrams 4-17.
Nebraska: Derek Brown 15-105, Calvin Jones 11-92, Lance Lewis 6-85.

PASSING
Utah: Frank Dolce 21-38-4-207.
Nebraska: Mike Grant 12-23-1-114.

RECEIVING
Utah: Henry Lusk 5-58, Greg Hooks 3-57, Jamal Anderson 3-15.
Nebraska: Corey Dixon 3-40, Abdul Muhammad 2-19, Tyrone Hughes 2-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
None

INTERCEPTIONS
Utah: Mark Swanson 1-0.
Nebraska: John Reece 2-12, Steve Carmer 1-0, Tyrone Byrd 1-0.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
Utah: Ed Miller 6-4-10, Swanson 5-4-9, Errol Martin 5-1-6.
Nebraska: Carmer 4-4-8, Mike Anderson 2-5-7, Travis Hill 3-2-5.

SACKS
Utah: None.
Nebraska: Hill 2-9, David White 1-1.

ATTENDANCE: 76,234

Official recap

The No. 11 Nebraska Cornhuskers opened their season with a 49-22 victory over Utah. Nebraska jumped out to a 35-0 halftime lead and a 42-0 advantage before the Utes got on the scoreboard.

In all, seven different Huskers scored. Fullback Lance Lewis started the offensive roll, scoring on a 57-yard jaunt on the first play of Nebraska's second drive.

NU jumped out to the top of the rushing charts with 399 yards on the ground, led by I-backs Derek Brown and Calvin Jones, who rushed for 105 and 92 yards, respectively, and Lewis with 85 yards.

The Huskers tallied 517 total offense yards to the Utes' 379.

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