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Washington 29
Nebraska 14

Sept. 19, 1992
Seattle, WA
Nebraska         0     7    7    0  -  14
Washington       2    21    3    3  -  29

First Quarter
UW: T. Smith safety, 3:14
Second Quarter
UW: Bryant 1 run (Travis Hanson kick) 12:14
NU: C. Jones 73 run (Bennett kick) 7:23
UW: Kaufman 1 run (Hanson kick) 1:29
UW: Kralik 29 pass from Hobert (Hanson kick) 0:47
Third Quarter
NU: Grant 1 run (Bennett kick) 9:52
UW: Hanson 42 field goal, 5:43
Fourth Quarter
UW: Hanson 32 field goal, 13:17

                       NU         UW
First downs            11         15
Rushes-yards       40-176     48-153
Passing yards         133        182
Total Yards           309        335
Returns-yards         2-0       6-26
Passes            11-21-2    13-22-0
Sacks by             3-11       3-15
Punts-average        7-43       8-45
Fumbles-lost          3-2        1-1
Penalties-yards     11-76       3-30
Possession time     26:03      33:57

RUSHING
NU: Derek Brown 16-84, Calvin Jones 5-79, Lance Lewis 7-21.
UW: Napoleon Kaufman 12-57, Darius Turner 5-55, Jay Barry 7-21.

PASSING
NU: Mike Grant 11-21-2-133.
UW: Hobert 10-19-0-155, Brunell 3-3-0-27.

RECEIVING
NU: Brown 3-30, Jones 3-14, Bell 2-23.
UW: Mark Bruener 4-49, Eric Bjornson 3-72, Joe Kralik 3-49.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
none.

INTERCEPTIONS
NU: none.
UW: Walter Bailey 1-0, Russel Hairston 1-0.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
NU: Travis Hill 7-6-13, Ed Stewart 4-7-11, Darren Williams 2-9-11.
UW: James Clifford 5-8-13, Andy Mason 2-5-7, Tommie Smith 3-3-6.

SACKS
NU: Terry Connealy 1-6, John Parrella 1-4, Stewart 1-1.
UW: Clifford 1-8, Mason 1-6, T. Smith 1-1.

ATTENDANCE: 73,333

Official recap

Despite a 48-7 win the previous week, the Huskers dropped one in the AP poll and entered Seattle No. 12 to face the No. 2 Washington Huskies.

In the nationally televised game, Washington, aided by a boisterous crowd, scored first on a safety after the Husker defense held the Huskies on their first three drives. Washington scored again on its first possession of the second quarter to take a 9-0 lead, but with 7:23 remaining, I-back Calvin Jones broke loose for a 73-yard score. UW put up its second TD with 1:29 remaining in the first half, intercepted a Mike Grant pass and put it in the end zone again to take a 23-7 halftime lead.

NU closed within 23-14 early in the third but was unable to overcome a strong Husky defense as Washington won the game 29-14.

The NU blackshirts played well, led by OLB Travis Hill, who had 13 tackles. Derek Brown had 84 of NU's 176 yards rushing, and surpassed the 2,000 mark for career rushing yards. Jones had 79 yards, and the "We-back" tandem of Jones and Brown also led NU in receiving with six catches for 44 yards.

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