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Nebraska 55
Okla. State 0

Oct. 10, 1992
Lincoln, NE
Oklahoma St.     0   0   0   0  -  0
Nebraska        13  21  14   7  - 55

First Quarter
NU: William Washington 5 pass from Mike Grant (Byron Bennett kick) 10:41
NU: Calvin Jones 90 run (Bennett kick) 5:08 
Second Quarter
NU: Corey Dixon 42 pass from Tommie Frazier (Bennett kick) 10:18
NU: Grant 15 run (Bennett kick) 7:44
NU: Trumane Bell 14 pass from Grant (Bennett kick) 0:11
Third Quarter
NU: Jones 48 run (Bennett kick) 3:42
NU: Gerald Armstrong 8 pass from Frazier (Tom Sieler kick) 0:37
Fourth Quarter
NU: John McMillen 11 run (Sieler kick) 2:34

                      OSU         NU
First downs             7         21
Rushes-yards       56-155     51-366
Passing yards           0        140
  Comp-Att-Int      0-3-0    12-22-0
Total offense      56-155     73-506
Returns-yards         0-0       3-43
Sacks by              1-8       2-11
Punts-average       11-33       4-51
Fumbles-lost          2-2        1-0
Penalties-yards      3-20       3-15
Possession time     31:12      28:48

RUSHING
OSU: John White 11-65, Mark Williams 25-59, Roger Franks 10-40.
NU: Calvin Jones 7-176, Derek Brown 18-72, Tommie Frazier 6-38.

PASSING
OSU: Andy Loveland 0-3-0-0.
NU: Mike Grant 8-13-0-74, Frazier 4-9-0-66.

RECEIVING
OSU: none.
NU: Trumane Bell 2-23, Abdul Muhammad 2-22, Brown 2-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
none.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
OSU: Scott Harmon 3-6-9, Jason Gildon 4-3-7, Carlos Erving 3-7.
NU: Bruce Moore 3-5-8, John Parrella 2-6-8, Mike Anderson 0-7-7.

SACKS
OSU: Gildon 1-8. NU: Billy Wade 1-3.

ATTENDANCE: 76,116

Official recap

After an open week, Nebraska, ranked No. 14, recorded its first shutout of the season, blanking the Oklahoma State Cowboys 55-0 in Lincoln.

The game was the Big Eight Conference season opener for both teams.

The Husker Blackshirts not only held the Cowboys scoreless, but held them to a season-low seven first downs and did not allow them to complete a pass. Nebraska, meanwhile, did not commit a turnover, while Calvin Jones led the Huskers with a then-season-high 176 yards on seven carries, including a 90-yard touchdown, the AT&T long play of the week, and was named the Big Eight Offensive Player of the Week.

NU punter Mike Stigge set a career-high 50.8 yards-per-punt average on four kicks and had a school-record 87-yard punt.

Husker QBs Mike Grant and Tommie Frazier completed 12 of 22 passes for 140 yards and four touchdowns.

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