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Travis Hill’s sack of Cale Gundy for a safety gives the Huskers a 19-9 lead.

Nebraska 33
Oklahoma 9

Nov. 27, 1992
Norman, OK
Nebraska      7   3   9  14 - 33
Oklahoma      3   6   0   0 -  9

First Quarter
OU: Scott Blanton 33 field goal, 8:34
NU: Ed Stewart 50 int. return (Bennett kick) 4:35 
Second Quarter
OU: Blanton 22 field goal, 14:57
OU: Blanton 42 field goal, 2:23
NU: Bennett 33 field goal, 0:06
Third Quarter
NU: Gerald Armstrong 24 pass from Tommie Frazier (Bennett kick) 12:02
NU: Travis Hill sacks Gundy for safety, 2:28
Fourth Quarter
NU: Calvin Jones 14 run (Bennett kick) 10:03
NU: Jones 2 run (Bennett kick) 3:53

                     NU      OU
First downs          22       20
Rushes-yards     60-317   45-145
Passing yards        83       98
Total yards         400      243
Returns-yards       1-0     4-76
Passes           5-12-1   9-22-2
Sacks by           2-34      0-0
Punts-average      3-43     3-39
Fumbles-lost        0-0      1-1
Penalties-yards   9-101     1-15
Possession time   30:37    29:23

RUSHING
NU: Calvin Jones 22-137, Derek Brown 15-84, Lance Lewis 10-51.
OU: Kenyon Rasheed 15-60, Dewell Brewer 14-54, Cale Gundy 6-19.

PASSING
NU: Frazier 5-12-1-83.
OU: Gundy 9-20-2-98.

RECEIVING
NU: Corey Dixon 1-25, Gerald Armstrong 1-24, Vincent Hawkins 1-15.
OU: Albert Hall 6-87, P.J. Mills 2-11, Rasheed 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
NU: Bennett 44.
OU: none.

INTERCEPTIONS
NU: Ed Stewart 1-50, Kenny Wilhite 1-0.
OU: William Shankle 1-0.

TACKLES (UT-AT-TT)
NU: Stewart 5-3-8, Travis Hill 4-4-8, Tyrone Byrd 4-2-6, John Parrella 4-2-6.
OU: Robert Allen 5-3-8, David Campbell 3-3-6, Darrius Johnson 5-0-5.

SACKS
NU: Donta Jones 1-25, Hill 1-9.
OU: none.

ATTENDANCE: 69,770

Official recap

The Nebraska Cornhuskers battled a tough Oklahoma team through a dogfight first half and went into the locker room with a 10-9 lead in the annual "Big Red Shootout."

The Huskers' only first-half touchdown was courtesy of the defense, as linebacker Ed Stewart intercepted a Cale Gundy pass and returned it 50 yards to give NU a 7-3 lead. But, in the second half the Nebraska offense got rolling as NU outscored Oklahoma 23-0, outrushed the Sooners 229-44 and held a second-half 262-50 edge in total yards to record a 33-9 final victory.

The Husker "We-backs," Derek Brown and Calvin Jones, sharing the I-back position, each reached 1,000 yards for the season during the game. It marked the first time in Nebraska history, the fourth in Big Eight Conference history and the 21st in NCAA Division I-A that two backs have accomplished the feat in the same season.

Brown had a 43-yard run in the third quarter to the OU 7 to reach the 1,000-yard mark, but separated his left shoulder on the play.

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