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Nebraska 38
Idaho 17

Sept. 11, 2010 — 11:38 a.m. CDT
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Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Idaho             0    3    7    7   -   17
Nebraska          3   28    7    0   -   38

1st quarter
NEB: Alex Henery 24 field goal, 7:40
2nd quarter
NEB: Taylor Martinez 67 run (Henery kick) 12:15
NEB: Roy Helu Jr. 58 run (Henery kick) 8:22
NEB: DeJon Gomes 40 interception return (Henery kick) 6:07
NEB: Rickey Thenarse 47 interception return (Henery kick) 4:00
IDA: Trey Farquhar 34 field goal, 0:00
3rd quarter
IDA: Michael LaGrone 2 pass from Nathan Enderle(Farquhar kick) 5:23
NEB: Martinez 20 run and fumble recovery (Henery kick) 1:22
4th quarter
IDA: Armauni Johnson 19 pass from Brian Reader (Farquhar kick) 2:31
  
                          IDA       NEB
First downs............... 24        18
  Rushing.................. 9        13
  Passing................. 11         5
  Penalty.................. 4         0
Rushing attempts-Net... 38-60    41-360
Net yards passing........ 219       111
  Comp-Att-Int....... 21-39-5   13-18-1
Total offense......... 77-279    59-471
Fumbles-Lost............. 3-1       8-3
Penalties-Yards......... 3-15    10-123
Punts-Average......... 4-46.2    2-26.0
Punt returns-Avg .....  0-0.0     0-0.0
Kickoff returns-Avg... 4-18.8    1-27.0
Interceptions-Yds-TDs...1-8-0   5-127-2
Possession Time........ 32:04     27:56
Third-Down Conv. ....... 4/13      4/10
Fourth-Down Conv. ....... 0/0       0/1
Sacks By-Yards.......... 2-15      7-80
   
RUSHING
IDA: D.Jackson 11-67, P.McCarty 12-40, Kama Bailey 5-20, T.Vital 1-3, B.Reader 3-minus 18, N.Enderle 6-minus 52

NEB: T.Martinez 14 157, R.Helu 9-107, R.Burkhead 9-77, A.Jones 3-18, D.Robinson 2-2, C.Green 2-1, N.Paul 2-minus 2
   
PASSING
IDA: N.Enderle 16-31-5, 141 YDS, 1 TD;
     B.Reader 5-8-0, 78 YDS, 1 TD
NEB: T.Martinez 12-17-1, 106 YDS, 0 TD;
     C.Green 1-1-0, 5 YDS, 0 TD
   
RECEIVING
IDA: D.Hardy 5-75, A.Johnson 3-37, E.Greenwood 3-34, D.Jackson 2-31, K.Bailey 2-6, P.McCarty 2-5, M.Shaw 1-13, J.Veltung 1-11, T.Elmo 1-5, M.LaGrone 1-2

NEB: N.Paul 4-31, R.Burkhead 3-41, B.Kinnie 3-17, M.McNeill 2-17, B.Cotton 1-5

Attendance: 85,732



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Complete stats: HTML | PDF
 
Omaha World-Herald: 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 | PDF
Lincoln Journal Star:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Grand Island Independent:
1, 2, 3, 4
Nebraska StatePaper: 1, 2
Daily Nebraskan: 1, 2, 3
Idaho Statesman: 1, 2, 3

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Photos: OWH (1, 2), LJS (1, 2), AP & Getty, Huskers.com, Husker Locker, GII, Dean Jacobs, BRN
 
Audio: Radio play-by-play
 
Video:
• Game footage: WOWT, Fox, LJS, Huskers.com, OWH, KOLN, Big Red Wrap-Up
• Tunnel Walk: 1, 2
• Game on DVD
 

Commentary

Bishop: “So much for ‘teams improve most between weeks one and two.’
McKewon: “Nebraska is in a new offense led by a kid who hasn’t yet learned the limits of his talents.
Chatelain: “The Pelinis turned the tables on spread offenses with a lineup full of dynamic 210-pound playmakers.
Stryker: “It was one of those classic ‘mixed bag’ games that Tom Osborne used to talk about.
McKewon: “Seven sacks, six turnovers and two defensive touchdowns later, Nebraska rides a dominant tide to Washington.
Shatel: “The early leaders to replace Suh are the Nebraska secondary.
Sipple: “This was a mess that’ll be hard to replicate.
McKeever: “How many games do you rack up 471 yards and walk away scowling?
Dickson: “Idaho was paid $800,000 to come to Lincoln. That works out to only $5 per Nebraska interception return yard.