Missouri-Nebraska Football: Live Blog, Stats and Analysis
Welcome to this afternoon's live blog of the Missouri-Nebraska contest from Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.
Today's Big 12 North duel pits BCS No. 6 Missouri's impressive passing attack, led by junior Blaine Gabbert, against No. 14 Nebraska's spread option, commanded by freshman stud Taylor Martinez.
I'm Tom Baer, B/R featured columnist and your host for the next three-plus hours. Please join me to see whether Missouri's dream season continues...or whether Nebraska plays the nightmare role of Freddy Krueger.
See you at 3:30 PM ET.
Thanks to everyone who joined me for this afternoon/evening's blog. Hope to see you next week.
Nebraska 31, Missouri 17
Both teams now 7-1, 3-1
Total Yards: NEB 454, MIZZ 341
Passing: NEB 126, MIZZ 200
Rushing: NEB 328, MIZZ 141
Turnovers: NEB 0, MIZZ 1
Roy Helu Jr.: 28 RUSH, 307 YDS, 3 TD
Helu first down. Ballgame.
Helu over 300 yards. 4th-and-1 Nebraska.
Four minutes and running...
Another nice Helu run; he's nearing 300 yards.
Under six minutes remaining. More Helu.
Catch should be confirmed.
Another review. Catch or not?
Zac Lee completes pass for first down.
More Helu. 3rd-and-2.
Helu first down run. Tick, tock.
Iowa 37, Michigan State 6 (4th)
Arizona 26, UCLA 21 (4th)
Auburn 14, Miss 14 (1st)
Florida 24, Georgia 24 (4th)
Mizzou punt inside 10-yard line.
Gabbert 12-yard run. Fourth-and-10 with nine minutes remaining.
No fumble. Third-and-22.
Review in progress.
Gabbert hammered by Osborne for sack.
Missouri nearing midfield. Ten minutes left.
AUB 14, MISS 14
Oops, my bad. FG blocked. Missouri still alive.
Nebraska 4th down at 36. A 51-yarder should be no problem for Henery. He's a future All-Pro.
Lee runs for first down inside Mizzou 40.
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