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Iowa State 19
Nebraska 10

Nov. 14, 1992
Ames, IA
Nebraska         3   7   0   0  -  10
Iowa State       3   9   0   7  -  19

First Quarter
ISU: Ty Stewart 37 field goal, 9:46
NEB: Byron Bennett 33 field goal, 5:17
Second Quarter
ISU: Stewart 32 field goal, 14:23
NEB: Lance Lewis 15 pass from Tommie Frazier (Bennett kick) 11:49
ISU: Stewart 45 field goal, 5:49
ISU: Stewart 30 field goal, 1:38
Fourth Quarter
ISU: Chris Ulrich 2 run (Stewart kick) 10:50

                         NU      ISU
First downs              13       20
Rushes-yards         39-192   70-373
Passing yards            54       26
Total yards             246      399
Returns-yards           0-0    2-(-1)
Passes               3-12-0    3-4-0
Sacks by               2-14      0-0
Punts-average          7-41     2-38
Fumbles-lost            0-0      4-0
Penalties-yards        5-40     2-13
Possession time       22:45    37:15

RUSHING
NU: Tommie Frazier 13-92, Derek Brown 14-64, Calvin Jones 9-28.
ISU: Marv Seiler 24-144, Chris Ulrich 17-105, Artis Garris 8-66.

PASSING
NU: Frazier 3-12-0-54.
ISU: Seiler 3-4-0-26.

RECEIVING
NU: Brown 1-20, Mike Vedral 1-19, Lance Lewis 1-15.
ISU: Sundiata Patterson 2-13, Chris Ulrich 1-13.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
NU: none.
ISU: Ty Stewart 51.

INTERCEPTIONS
none.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
NU: Mike Anderson 4-11-15, Terry Connealy 7-8-15, John Parrella 6-6-12.
ISU: Malcom Goodwin 7-4-11, Todd Miller 4-2-6, Matt Goodwin 3-1-4.

SACKS
NU: Parrella 1-12.
ISU: none.

MORE INDIVIDUAL STATS

ATTENDANCE: 42,008

Official recap

After two emotionally-high games, the Huskers traveled to Ames, Iowa ranked No. 7 in AP and No. 5 by CNN/ USA Today and No. 1 in the Conference at 4-0.

The Cyclones had the emotional edge however, and were in control of the game from the start and upset the Huskers 19-10. The Cyclones were aided by four Ty Stewart field goals in the game and controlled the ball for 37:15. Although the Huskers did not commit a turnover for the fifth-straight game, the Huskers were held to just 192 yards rushing and 246 total.

Husker QB Tommie Frazier was NU's leading rusher with 92 yards and completed a 15-yard pass to Lance Lewis for the only Husker touchdown on the day.

The loss put Colorado and Kansas back in the hunt for the conference title and dropped the Huskers to No. 12 in the polls.

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