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Nebraska 51
Okla. State 41

Oct. 23, 2010 — 2:30 p.m. CDT
ABC-TV – Get the game on DVD
Stillwater, OK
                 1   2   3   4  - Final 
Nebraska        14  17  10  10  -  51
Oklahoma State  13  14   7   7  -  41

1st quarter
NEB: Brandon Kinnie 45 pass from Taylor Martinez (Alex Henery kick) 11:20
OSU: Dan Bailey 31 field goal, 9:37
OSU: Bailey 44 field goal, 6:40
NEB: Niles Paul 100 kickoff return (Henery kick) 6:27
OSU: Jeremy Smith 1 run (Bailey kick) 2:39
2nd quarter
NEB: Tyler Legate 1 pass from Martinez (Henery kick) 14:07
OSU: Kendall Hunter 8 run (Bailey kick) 7:58
NEB: Henery 52 field goal, 6:11
OSU: Justin Blackmon 80 pass from Brandon Weeden (Bailey kick) 5:59
NEB: Kinnie 9 pass from Martinez (Henery kick) 0:55
3rd quarter
NEB: Henery 32 field goal, 10:57
NEB: Kyler Reed 41 pass from Martinez (Henery kick) 6:35
OSU: Hunter 1 run (Bailey kick) 3:29
4th quarter
NEB: Henery 45 field goal, 11:39
NEB: Kinnie 8 pass from Martinez (Henery kick) 4:29
OSU: Blackmon 25 pass from Weeden (Bailey kick) 1:24
   
                             NEB      OSU
First downs.................. 25       22
  Rushing.................... 11        9
  Passing.................... 12       12
  Penalty....................  2        1
Rushes-Net yards......... 44-217   36-212
Passing yards (net)......... 323      283
  Att-Comp-Int.......... 35-23-0  35-18-1
Total offense ........... 79-540   71-495
Fumble returns-Yards........ 0-0      0-0
Punt returns-Yards......... 1-24     2-13
Kickoff returns-Yds....... 4-144    6-164
Int. returns-Yds............ 1-0      0-0
Punts-Average............ 3-50.3   5-60.4
Fumbles-Lost................ 1-1      0-0
Penalties-Yards............ 7-55     8-84
Possession time........... 34:45    25:15
Third-down conv. ....... 8 of 18  3 of 13
Fourth-down conv. ....... 2 of 2   2 of 3
Sacks by-Yards............. 1-10      1-7
   
RUSHING
NEB: Taylor Martinez 19-112; Roy Helu Jr.
     12-42; Rex Burkhead 10-41; Alex 
     Henery 1-27; TEAM 2-minus 5. 
OSU: Kendall Hunter 26-201; Joseph Randle
     5-22; Jeremy Smith 3-4; TEAM 1-minus
     5; Brandon Weeden 1-minus 10.
   
PASSING
NEB: Taylor Martinez 23-35-0-323.
OSU: Brandon Weeden  18-35-1-283.
   
RECEIVING
NEB: Niles Paul 9-131; Mike McNeill 5-61;
     Brandon Kinnie 3-62; Kyler Reed 
     2-58; Roy Helu Jr. 2-10; Tyler 
     Legate 1-1; Rex Burkhead 1-0. 
OSU: Josh Cooper 9-103; Justin Blackmon 
     5-157; Bo Bowling 2-12; Wilson 
     Youman 1-10; Joseph Randle 1-1.

Attendance: 55,935

 



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Coverage

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Omaha World-Herald: 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 | PDF
Lincoln Journal Star:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Grand Island Independent:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Nebraska StatePaper: 1, 2
Daily Nebraskan: 1, 2, 3
The Oklahoman:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Tulsa World:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
GoPokes.com: 1, 2
Daily O'Collegian: 1, 2
Associated Press: 1, 2, 3
 
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Video:
• Postgame: Pelini (1, 2), Martinez (1, 2), Paul, All
• Game on DVD
 

Commentary

Stryker: “It looked like Martinez did some growing up in Stillwater.
McKewon: “NU had to survive – and did.
Sipple: “Hey, sometimes all any of us can do is hold on to our backsides and gut through adversity.
Bishop: “This defense is not in the same league as last year's and it all starts up front.
Chatelain: “Apologies to the optimists, but this day warrants further study.
McKeever: “It showed how much these guys hate losing.
Shatel: “[Martinez's] speed kills. But so can his arm. And now his head is catching up.
Husker Mike: “The deciding factor was the birth of a dual-threat quarterback.
Purvis: “It looks like this Nebraska offense has just found a leader for the next three-plus years.