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Michigan 45
Nebraska 17

Nov. 19, 2011 — 11 a.m. CST
ESPN – Get the game on DVD
Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
                  1    2    3    4   -  Final
Nebraska          7    3    7    0   -   17
Michigan         10    7   14   14   -   45

1st quarter
UM - Gallon 6 pass from Robinson (Gibbons kick) 8:17
UM - Gibbons 42 field goal, 2:03
NU - Kinnie 54 pass from Martinez (Maher kick) 1:17
2nd quarter
NU - Maher 51 field goal, 12:12
UM - Robinson 14 run (Gibbons kick) 6:05
3rd quarter
UM - Robinson 1 run (Gibbons kick) 11:23
UM - Toussaint 1 run (Gibbons kick) 5:03
NU - Abdullah 3 run (Maher kick) 0:53
4th quarter
UM - Odoms 38 pass from Robinson (Gibbons kick) 10:14
UM - Toussaint 31 run (Gibbons kick) 7:33
 
                            NU        UM
First downs ............... 11        24
  By rushing ............... 7        14
  By passing ............... 4         6
  By penalty ............... 0         4
Rushes-Yards (net) .... 31-138    61-238
Passing yards (net) ...... 122       180
  Comp-Att-Int ........ 9-23-0   11-19-1
Total offense ......... 54-260    80-418
Fumbles-Lost ............. 4-3       0-0
Penalties-Yards ......... 8-73      5-45
Punts-Average ......... 6-46.0    4-36.8
Punt returns-Avg ...... 1-11.0     5-6.6
Kickoff returns-Avg ... 7-22.7    3-23.3
Int. returns-Yds ........ 1-10       0-0
Fumble returns-Yds ....... 0-0       0-0
Possession time ........ 18:39     41:13
Third-down conv.  ....... 3/13      8/18
Fourth-down conv. ........ 0/2       1/1
Sacks by-Yards .......... 1-13       3-4

RUSHING
NU: T.Martinez 16-49; R.Burkhead 10-36; R.Marlowe 1-23; A.Abdullah 2-19; L.David 1-6; A.Green 1-5

UM: F.Toussaint 29-138; D.Robinson 23-83; S.Hopkins 2-15; D.Dileo 1-4; M.Odoms 1-1; M.Shaw 2-0; TEAM 3-(-3).
  
PASSING
NU: T.Martinez 9-23-0 122.
UM: D.Robinson 11-18-1 180; D.Gardner 0-1-0 0.
  
RECEIVING
NU: T.Marlowe 3-24; Q.Enunwa 3-21; B.Kinnie 1-54; K.Reed 1-15; K.Bell 1-8.

UM: J.Gallon 3-34; M.Odoms 2-47; J.Hemingway 2-34; F.Toussaint 2-4; R.Roundtree 1-46; D.Dileo 1-15.
		
Attendance: 113,718



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Omaha World-Herald: 1, 2
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Grand Island Independent: 1, 2, 3, 4
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HuskerOnline: 1, 2,
Detroit News: 1, 2
Detroit Free Press: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Toledo Blade: 1, 2, 3
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Commentary

Stryker: “Nebraska looked like a mid-level team that is headed for a mid-level bowl game.”
Husker Mike: “Michigan's defense dominated the Huskers today, and it started up front.”
Shatel: “We thought Pelini had Nebraska coming back. But days like these make you shake your head.”
Sipple: “Nebraska's defense felt plenty of stress, in part because the Husker offense didn't exactly carry its share of the load.”
Wojnowsk: “Michigan's football identity is back, quicker than expected.”
Greenberg: “Average teams don't travel well. And Nebraska – certainly by Big Ten standards – is little more than an average team.”
Sharp: “Today's victory legitimized this season.”
Chatelain: “This has been going on since Pelini arrived. Just when Nebraska starts acting like a big boy, it spills Kool-Aid on the carpet.”
Severe: “Nebraska seemed not only outmatched and outcoached, but Michigan's players just looked more athletic.”