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Nebraska 56
Washington 21

Sept. 18, 2010 — 2:37 p.m. CDT
ABC regional – Get the game on DVD
Seattle, WA
                  1    2    3    4   -  Final 
Nebraska         14   14   21    7   -   56
Washington        7    7    7    0   -   21

First quarter
NU: Mike McNeill 24 pass from Taylor Martinez (Alex Henery kick) 12:49
NU: Martinez 1 run (Henery kick) 10:45
UW: Jake Locker 7 run (Erik Folk kick) 5:11
Second quarter
NU: Roy Helu Jr. 8 run (Henery kick) 8:43
UW: Chris Polk 2 run (Folk kick) 5:06
NU: Martinez 1 run (Henery kick) 1:19
Third quarter
NU: Martinez 80 run (Henery kick) 14:39
UW: Jermaine Kearse 45 pass from Locker (Folk kick) 13:59
NU: Helu 65 run (Henery kick) 12:06
NU: Alfonzo Dennard 31 interception return (Henery kick) 8:21
Fourth quarter
NU: Rex Burkhead 19 run (Henery kick) 7:12

                           NU        UW
First downs............... 21        13
  Rushing................. 15        10
  Passing.................. 6         2
  Penalty.................. 0         1
Rushes-yards (net).... 54-383    39-175
Passing yards (net)...... 150        71
  Att-Comp-Int........ 11-7-0    20-4-2
Total offense ........ 65-533    59-246
Fumble Returns-Yds....... 0-0      1-11
Punt Returns-Yds........ 6-58      2-25
Kickoff Returns-Yds.... 4-112      3-65
Int. Returns-Yds........ 2-42       0-0
Punts-Avg............. 5-47.2    9-48.7
Fumbles-Lost............. 2-1       1-0
Penalties-Yards......... 7-49      2-15
Possession Time........ 34:48     25:12
Third-Down Conv. ....... 7/12      4/14
Fourth-Down Conv. ....... 0/0       0/0
Sacks By-Yards........... 1-8      3-19

RUSHING
NU: Martinez 19-137; Helu 10-110; Burkhead 13-104; Green 4-13; Jones 2-9; Paul 1-7; Robinson 4-5; TEAM 1-minus 2.

UW: Locker 11-59; Callier 10-57; Polk 17-55; Bruns 1-4.

PASSING
NU: Martinez 7-11-0-150.
UW: Locker 4-20-2-71.

RECEIVING
NU: Kinnie 5-105; McNeill 1-24; Paul 1-21.
UW: Kearse 2-51; Aguilar 1-10; Barnett 1-10.

Attendance: 72,876



Roster | Depth
Stats | Results
Pregame notes
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Roster | Depth
Stats | Results
Pregame notes

Pregame press
Predictions | Stats matchup

Coverage

Complete stats: HTML | PDF
 
Omaha World-Herald: 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 | 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
Seattle Times: 1, 2, 3, 4
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: 1, 2, 3
Everett Herald: 1, 2, 3, 4
Tacoma News-Tribune: 1, 2, 3
Bellingham Herald: 1, 2
ESPN.com: 1, 2
Kansas City Star: 1, 2
Associated Press: 1, 2
 
Huskers.com photo
Photo courtesty of Huskers.com
 
Photos: Huskers.com, OWH (1, 2), LJS (1, 2), Wire services, Seattle Times, GoHuskies.com
 
Audio: Radio play-by-play
 
Video:
• Postgame: Pelini, Martinez, Sarkesian, Locker
• Game on DVD
 

Commentary

McKewon: “In execution and self-confidence, Nebraska’s offense finally matches the defense.
Stryker: “Could it be that Watson’s plan is coming together?
Sipple: “Martinez did essentially everything at a high level.
Dodd: “It is a top 10 team that intimidates on both sides of the ball.
Hamar: “Husky Stadium was loud and it was rowdy, but none of it fazed Martinez.
Withers: “The Huskies might as well have invited Nebraska's secondary into the huddle, so stifling was the coverage.
Shatel: “The Huskers reminded us how it used to be – and can be once again.
Chatelain: “Taylor Martinez is changing the rules.
McKeever: “Now you know why [Marvin] Sanders walks around with a wry smile that looks painted on his face.
Mandel: “That Texas game can't get here soon enough.
Bishop: “Old Nebraska returned with a new twist.