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HUSKERS’ FIRST BIG TEN GAME

Wisconsin 48
Nebraska 17

Oct. 1, 2011 — 7:12 p.m. CDT
ABC-TV – Get the game on DVD
Camp Randall Stadium, Madison
                  1    2    3    4   -  Final
Nebraska          7    7    0    3   -   17
Wisconsin         7   20   14    7   -   48

1st quarter
NEB - Martinez 1 run (Maher kick) 6:02
WIS - Ball 1 run (Welch kick) 1:27 
2nd quarter
NEB - Burkhead 1 run (Maher kick) 12:45
WIS - Ball 3 run (kick blocked), 9:48
WIS - Abbrederis 36 pass from Wilson (Welch kick) 2:03
WIS - Toon 46 pass from Wilson (Welch kick) 0:32
3rd quarter
WIS - Wilson 10 run (Welch kick) 11:21
WIS - Ball 4 run (Welch kick) 2:36
4th quarter
NEB - Maher 32 field goal, 13:35
WIS - Ball 15 run (Welch kick) 5:11

                           NEB        WIS
First downs ............... 20         27
  By rushing .............. 12         13 
  By passing ............... 8         11 
  By penalty ............... 0          3 
Rushes-Yards (net)..... 43-159     50-231
Passing yards (net) ...... 176        255
  Att-Comp-Int ....... 22-11-3    20-14-0
Total offense ......... 65-335     70-486
Fumble returns-Yds ....... 0-0        0-0
Punt returns-Yds ........ 1-11       1-21
Kickoff returns-Yds .... 8-192       4-76
Int. returns-Yds ......... 0-0       3-20
Punts-Avg ............. 3-42.3     2-41.5
Fumbles-Lost ............. 2-0        1-1
Penalties-Yards ......... 9-80       4-39
Possession Time ........ 24:45      35:15
Third-down con. ......... 5/12       8/12
Fourth-down conv. ........ 1/1        1/1
Sacks by-Yards .......... 2-15        2-7

RUSHING
NEB: R.Burkhead 18-96; T.Martinez 20-61; A.Abdullah 2-5; T.Legate 1-4; K.Cooper 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 8.

WIS: M.Ball 30-151; R.Wilson 6-32; J.White 11-26; J.Abbrederis 2-23; TEAM 1-minus 1.

PASSING
NEB: T.Martinez 11-22-3-176. 
WIS: R.Wilson 14-20-0-255.
 
RECEIVING
NEB: J.Turner 5-84; B.Kinnie 2-17; Q.Enunwa 1-29; B.Cotton 1-28; R.Burkhead 1-9; K.Bell 1-9.
WIS: J.Abbrederis 5-95; N.Toon 4-94; J.Pedersen 3-49; J.White 2-17.

Attendance: 81,384



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Lincoln Journal Star:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Grand Island Independent: 1, 2, 3
Daily Nebraskan: 1, 2, 3, PDF
Wisconsin State Journal:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Badger Herald: 1, 2, 3, PDF
Daily Cardinal: 1, 2, 3
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SI.com
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New York Times: 1, 2
 
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Commentary

Sipple: “Wisconsin exposed so many of Nebraska's deficiencies that it's hard to know where to start.”
Stryker: “The only one who had a worse night than Martinez at Camp Randall Stadium was Tim Beck.”
Chatelain: “Bo Pelini and Tim Beck want to build an offense around Martinez? Fine. But stick to what the kid does well.”
Bishop: “The biggest mistake of all was getting away from who you are.”
Shatel: “Relying on a heavy dose of Martinez in the pocket is a ticket to meltdowns.”
Zatechka: “I have some serious questions about Beck's ability to call a game.”