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Nebraska 31
Missouri 17

Oct. 30, 2010 — 2:30 p.m. CDT
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Memorial Stadium, Lincoln
              1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Missouri      0    7   10    0   -   17
Nebraska     24    0    7    0   -   31

1st quarter
NU: Roy Helu Jr. 66 run (Alex Henery kick) 13:46
NU: Henery 41 field goal, 9:37
NU: Kyler Reed, 41 pass from Taylor  Martinez (Henery kick) 5:17
NU: Helu 73 run (Henery kick) 2:46
2nd quarter
MU: De'Vion Moore 33 run (Grant Ressel kick) 11:27
3rd quarter
MU: T.J. Moe 23 pass from Gabbert (Ressel kick) 7:30
NU: Helu 53 run (Henery kick) 6:38
MU: Ressel 23 field goal 1:35
   
                              MU       NU
First downs.................. 21       17
  Rushing....................  8       11
  Passing.................... 10        6
  Penalty....................  3        0
Rushes-Yards (net)....... 34-142   47-328
Passing yards (net)......... 199      126
  Att-Comp-Int.......... 42-18-1   12-7-0
Total offense ............76-341   59-454
Fumble Returns-Yards........ 0-0      0-0
Punt Returns-Yards......... 3-47      2-4
Kickoff Returns-Yards....... 0-0     3-84
Int. Returns-Yds............ 0-0     1-15
Punts-Average............ 8-43.8   5-41.6
Fumbles-Lost................ 1-0      2-0
Penalties-Yards............ 7-40     6-53
Possession Time........... 29:11    30:49
Third-down conv. ........7 of 19  2 of 11
Fourth-down conv. ........1 of 1   1 of 1
Sacks by-Yards............. 3-14     6-44
  
RUSHING
MU: Blaine Gabbert 22-74; De'Vion Moore
    6-55; Kendi Lawrence 2-7; Henry 
    Josey 4-6
NU: Roy Helu Jr. 28-307; Taylor Martinez
    12-16; Zac Lee 2-11; Rex Burkhead 2-4;
    TEAM 3-minus 10

PASSING
MU: Blaine Gabbert 18-42-1-199
NU: Taylor Martinez 6-9-0-115;
    Zac Lee 1-3-0-11
  
RECEIVING
MU: Michael Egnew 7-70; T.J. Moe 5-71;
    Jarrel Jackson 2-19; Wes Kemp 2-19;
    Brandon Gerau 1-14; Rolan Woodland
    1-6
NU: Kyler Reed 2-51; Ben Cotton 1-22;
    Niles Paul 1-21; Roy Helu Jr. 1-14;
    Brandon Kinnie 1-13; Rex Burkhead 1-5

Attendance: 85,907



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Coverage

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, 7, 8, 9
Grand Island Independent:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Nebraska StatePaper: 1, 2, 3
Daily Nebraskan: 1, 2, 3
Columbia Tribune: 1, 2, 3
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
1, 2, 3, 4
Kansas City Star: 1, 2, 3, 4
The Missourian: 1, 2, 3, 4
The Maneater: 1, 2, 3
Associated Press: 1, 2
 
Huskers.com photo
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Video:
• Game footage: ESPN, Huskers.com (1, 2), OWH, WOWT, KOLN, LJS, CBSSports.com, Fox SW, KSHB, KMIZ, YouTube, Big Red Wrap-Up
• Game on DVD
 

Commentary

Bishop: “No carry was more important than [Helu's] final touchdown
Hayes: “There’s not another team in the Big 12 that can match up with Nebraska.
Sipple: “Pelini and his staff took Pinkel and his coaches to the proverbial woodshed.
Barfknecht: “It should cause every Missouri fan major discomfort to know five days of practice can be negated by a routine front-four tweak.
Burwell: “Bad doesn't begin to describe it.
Stryker: “It appears Nebraska is learning to make opponents pay for being too focused on their speedy freshman quarterback.
Chatelain: “Finally, Memorial Stadium let her hair down and had some fun.
Shatel: “This was more than one quarter. This was Pelini’s finest moment - all 60 minutes.
Mellinger: “The problem with this loss is it feels more permanent than most.
Walljasper: “In virtually every way, the game was played on Nebraska’s terms.
Myerberg: “Nebraska’s best punch was too much for Missouri to handle.
McKewon: “The game felt momentous, a throwback to days when Memorial Stadium bustled and hummed with big contests.
Husker Mike: “The Tigers were one-dimensional today, and that made the Pelini brothers' job that much easier.
Dickson: “On one play Blaine Gabbert was running around in the pocket so long he switched his commitment to three different schools.