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1 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book - Nebraska Communications Office -

2 The 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record book was assembled by Athletic Communications Intern James Hajek, with content assistance from Associate Communications Director Matt Smith and Director of Website Services Jeremy Foote and editing assistance from Senior Associate Director of Communications Jeff Griesch. The book was printed by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Print, Copy, Mail & Distribution Services.

3 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book - Nebraska Communications Office - The 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record book is updated through the 2017-18 academic year. Each of Nebraska’s 24 varsity sports has a section in the book, and the end of the book has letterwinner lists for every sport. The book has been designed to help the media cover all of Nebraska’s 24 varsity sports. If media members are aware of any omissions from the book or the letterwinner lists, please contact the Nebraska Communications office. Nebraska Communications Office Contacts [email protected] Keith Mann Football Assistant AD - Communications Women’s Basketball [email protected] Jeff Griesch Senior Associate Communications Director/Operations Men’s Basketball, Football [email protected] Shamus McKnight Senior Associate Communications Director Jeremy Foote [email protected] Football Web Content, Huskers.com Director of Website Services Matt Smith [email protected] Football, Print Shop Coordinator, Hall of Fame Associate Communications Director Softball, Rifle, Men’s Gymnastics Erica Nett [email protected] Assistant Communications Director Nate Pohlen Volleyball, Beach Volleyball, Track & Field [email protected] Assistant Communications Director Connor Stange Soccer, Baseball [email protected] Assistant Communications Director E.J. Stevens [email protected] Women’s Tennis, Men’s Golf Communications Graduate Assistant Student Assistants Women’s Tennis [email protected] Kate Dean Women’s Gymnastics [email protected] Francis Forte Women’s Gymnastics [email protected] Matt Jesus Blake Otte Swimming & Diving [email protected] Sophie Otte Bowling [email protected] Kyle Rhodes [email protected] Rifle Kyiia Rollag Swimming & Diving [email protected] Paige Stanard Men’s Gymnastics [email protected] Jordan Tranmer Cross Country [email protected] Gabriel Vegas-Valente Men’s Tennis [email protected] Brook Weber Men’s Golf [email protected]

4 Table of Contents Baseball 171-185 All-Sport History Men’s Basketball 186-200 Team National Champions 5-12 201-214 Women’s Basketball National Players of the Year 13-14 Bowling 215-217 NCAA Award Winners 15 Men’s Cross Country 218-222 Academic All-Americans of the Year 16 223-226 Women’s Cross Country Individual National Champions 17-21 227-229 Men’s Golf Olympians 22-26 Women’s Golf 230-232 Retired Jerseys 27 Men’s Gymnastics 233-236 Women’s Gymnastics 237-244 Sport-by-Sport Records Rifle 245-247 Football 28-170 History of Nebraska Football 28-32 Soccer 248-256 33-36 Year-by-Year Results Softball 257-266 37 All-Time Head Coaches 267-268 Swimming & Diving All-Time Assistant Coaches 38 269 Men’s Tennis Year-by-Year Final Rankings 39 270-271 Women’s Tennis Nebraska’s Heisman Trophy History 40 41 Nebraska’s Major Award Winners Men’s Track & Field 272-278 All-Century Team 42 Women’s Track & Field 279-285 43-46 Retired Numbers/Jerseys Wrestling 286-290 First-Team All-Americans 47 Volleyball 291-297 47-48 Academic All-Americans 48-51 All-Conference Selections 52-55 Academic All-Conference Selections Sport-by-Sport Letterwinner Lists 56-57 NU Football Special Awards Baseball 298-302 Team Captains 58-59 303-307 Men’s Basketball 60-62 Postseason Game Participants 307-308 Women’s Basketball 63-67 Nebraska Football Hall of Fame Bowling 308-309 68-69 NFL Draft History Huskers in the NFL 70-75 Men’s Cross Country 309-310 76 Super Bowl History Women’s Cross Country 310 77 Huskers with 10 Years in the NFL Football 311-326 78 NCAA Records Men’s Golf 327-328 Individual Offensive Records 79-98 Women’s Golf 328 99-104 Individual Defensive Records Individual Special Teams Records 104-105 Men’s Gymnastics 328-330 106-109 Team Records 330-331 Women’s Gymnastics 110-115 Opponent Records Rifle 331 Annual Statistics 116-127 Soccer 331-332 The Last Time... 128-131 Softball 332-334 Overtime 132 Longest Streaks 133 334-336 Swimming & Diving NCAA/Conference Stat Champions 134-135 336-337 Men’s Tennis 136-139 Memorial Stadium 337-338 Women’s Tennis Opponent Series Records 140-155 338-344 Men’s Track & Field National Champions 156 344-346 Women’s Track & Field Nebraska Bowl History 157-170 Wrestling 346-349 Volleyball 349-350 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 4

5 Nebraska’s National Champions Nebraska Has Won 28 Team National Championships in a Total of Five Sports • • The 1970 Football Team Was the First Nebraska Team to Win a National Championship • The 1982 Women’s Indoor Track & Field Team Was the First Female Husker Team to Win a National Championship • Men’s Gymnastics Has Won the Most National Titles (8) of Any Nebraska Team • Bowling Won the Inaugural NCAA Championship in 2004 • Bowling Won Back-to-Back National Titles in 2004 and 2005 in the First Two NCAA Championships Ever Held • Men’s Gymnastics Is the Only Team in NCAA History to Win Five Straight Men’s Gymnastics NCAA Titles Women’s Indoor Track & Field Won Three Straight National Championships from 1982 to • 1984, Including Two NCAA Titles • Football Has Won Back-to-Back National Titles Twice (1970 & 1971; 1994 & 1995) By Sport All Sports (28) Bowling (7) • Football (1970) • 1999 • Football (1971) • 2001 • Men’s Gymnastics (1979) • 2004 • Men’s Gymnastics (1980) • 2005 • Men’s Gymnastics (1981) • 2009 • Men’s Gymnastics (1982) • 2013 • Women’s Track & Field (Indoor) (1982) • 2015 • Men’s Gymnastics (1983) • Women’s Track & Field (Indoor) (1983) Football (5) • Women’s Track & Field (Indoor) (1984) • 1970 • Men’s Gymnastics (1988) • 1971 • Men’s Gymnastics (1990) • 1994 • Football (1994) • 1995 • Men’s Gymnastics (1994) • 1997 • Football (1995) • Volleyball (1995) Men’s Gymnastics (8) • Football (1997) • 1979 • Bowling (1999) • 1980 • Volleyball (2000) • 1981 • Bowling (2001) • 1982 • Bowling (2004) • 1983 • Bowling (2005) • 1988 • Volleyball (2006) • 1990 • Bowling (2009) • 1994 • Bowling (2013) • Bowling (2015) Volleyball (5) • Volleyball (2015) • 1995 • Volleyball (2017) • 2000 • 2006 • 2015 • 2017 Women’s Track & Field (3) • 1982 • 1983 • 1984 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 5

6 Nebraska’s National Champion Team Members 2013 (10) Bowling • Guy Ingles 2001 (14) • Elise Bolton • Larry Jacobson • Brittany Burkhamer • Doug Jamail • Amanda Burau • Bill Janssen • April Campbell • Christine Couvillon • Paola Gomez • Henry Jennings • Bethany Hedley • Ashleigh Hicken • Lizabeth Kuhlkin • Carl Johnson • Doug Johnson • Diandra Hyman • Yan Ling • Monte Johnson • Suzanne Medwell • Kristina Mickelson • Alexandra Mosquera • Bob Jones • Amanda O’Hayre • Jeff Kinney • Emily Nykiel • Christina Perez • John Kinsel • Andrea Ruiz • Shannon Pluhowsky • Bill Kosch • JoAnn Schmidt 2015 (10) • Max Linder • Emily Schrad • Kelly Belzeski • Kari Schwager • Jerry List • Amanda Yost • Julia Bond • Brent Longwell • Dave Mason • April Campbell • Melanie Crawford • Tom McClelland 2004 (12) • Bethany Hedley • Bob McFarland • Nicole Aleo • Lizabeth Kuhlkin • Donnie McGhee • Amanda Burgoyne • Gazmine Mason • Pat Morell • Karla Engh • Dave Morock • Alice Foley • Alexandra Mosquera • Jerry Murtaugh • Andrea Ruiz • Jamie Martin • Briana Zabierek • Clint Newton • Adrienne Miller • Bob Newton • Mindy Pancoast • Bill Norberg • Christina Perez Football • John O’Connell • Shannon Pluhowsky 1970 (81) • Bill Olds • John Adkins • Patience Price • Frosty Anderson • Joe Orduna • Jennifer Schultz • Bob Papis • Jim Anderson • Melissa Stewart • Al Austin • Mike Peetz 2005 (12) • Ed Periard • Mike Beran • Nicole Aleo • Joe Blahak • Johnny Pitts • Lindsay Baker • Bill Pogge • Bill Bomberger • Jim Branch • Ralph Powell • Dezra Brown • Van Brownson • Amanda Burgoyne • Tom Robison • Karla Engh • Johnny Rodgers • Randy Butts • Jamie Martin • Jim Carstens • Paul Rogers • Dick Rupert • Woody Cox • Adrienne Miller • John Decker • Merle Schloff • Mindy Pancoast • Shannon Pluhowsky • Bob Schmit • Tom Deyke • Patience Price • Dan Schneiss • Dale Didur • Kelly Schults • Kelli Roach • Joe Duffy • Jennifer Schultz • Doug Dumler • Jon Strong • John Dutton • Jerry Tagge • Rich Glover • Bob Terrio 2009 (9) • Valerie Calberry • Dave Goeller • Frank Vactor • Bob Grenfell • Kaleena Henning • Dave Walline • Bruce Weber • Jasmine Laugerman • Willie Harper • Phil Harvey • Cassandra Leuthold • Daryl White • Wally Winer • Erin McCarthy • Bruce Hauge • Joe Henderson • Chelsey Mero • Bob Wolfe • Gary Hollstein • Katie Ann Sopp • Keith Wortman • Kayla Stram • Steve Yanda • Dennis Hughes • John Hyland • Danielle van der Meer Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 6

7 • Monte Christo • Tom McClelland 1971 (87) • Kim McKinley • John Adkins • Josh Cobb • Pat Morell • Sedric Collins • Frosty Anderson • Chris Nelson • Jim Anderson • Doug Colman • Terry Connealy • Al Austin • John O’Connell • John Bell • Mike O’Holleran • Tray Crayton • Mike Beran • Scott Davenport • Bill Olds • Aaron Davis • Bob Papis • Joe Blahak • Randy Borg • Mike Peetz • Leslie Dennis • Johnny Pitts • Chris Dishman • Jim Branch • Troy Dumas • Van Brownson • Bill Pogge • Randy Butts • Constantine Dumitrescu • Ralph Powell • Jim Carstens • Jon Elder • Phil Righetti • Phil Ellis • Tom Robison • Ron Coleman • Woody Cox • Darin Erstad • Johnny Rodgers • Jason Fisher • Marvin Crenshaw • Steve Runty • Dick Rupert • Greg Ford • Maury Damkroger • Jay Foreman • Rich Sanger • Tom Deyke • Bob Schmit • Tommie Frazier • Dale Didur • Bill Sloey • Gary Dixon • Sean Gard • Mark Doak • John Starkebaum • Ben Gessford • Joe Duffy • Jon Strong • Mark Gilman • Jerry Tagge • Aaron Graham • Doug Dumler • Bob Terrio • Billy Haafke • John Dutton • Luther Hardin • Bruce Fuller • Robert Thornton • Bruce Weber • Dwayne Harris • Glen Garson • Don Westbrook • Rich Glover • Ryan Held • Chris Herron • Daryl White • Dave Goeller • Josh Heskew • Steve Wieser • Greg Guibord • Jon Hesse • Bob Wolfe • Willie Harper • Jerad Higman • Keith Wortman • Phil Harvey • Bruce Hauge • Dennis Zanrosso • Michael Hoffman • Stan Hegener • Quint Hogrefe • Erich Hohl • Joe Henderson 1994 (162) • Brendan Holbein • Dennis Henrichs • Matt Aden • Dave Alderman • Joe Horst • Jeff Hill • Gary Hollstein • Matt Hoskinson • Leonard Alexander • Bill Humphrey • Dennis Hughes • Eric Alford • Jacques Allen • Matt Hunting • David Humm • Eric Anderson • Jai Jackson • John Hyland • Larry Jacobson • Sheldon Jackson • Larry Arnold • Doug Jamail • Dennis Bailey • Vershan Jackson • Bill Janssen • Reggie Baul • Jason Jenkins • Damon Benning • Carl Johnson • Jeremy Jensen • Doug Johnson • Brook Berringer • Clester Johnson • Monte Johnson • Chad Blahak • Donta Jones • Jesse Kosch • Michael Booker • Jeff Kinney • Chad Brouse • Brian Knuckles • John Kinsel • Clint Brown • Bill Kosch • Jeff Lake • Bill Lafleur • Lance Brown • Tim Lackovic • Charlie Leece • Darren Brummond • Max Linder • Jerry List • Mike Lesser • Ted Butler • Brent Longwell • John Livingston • Tim Carpenter • Brady Caskey • Jason Luhr • Dan Lynch • Kenny Cheatham • Casey Macken • Steve Manstedt • Dave Mason • Octavious McFarlin • Clinton Childs Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 7

8 • Ross Tessendorf • Monte Christo • Josh McGrane • Jeff Makovicka • Andy Thompson • Jeff Clausen • Travis Toline • Joel Makovicka • Josh Cobb • Doug Colman • John Martin • Jared Tomich • Steve Cook • Kory Mikos • Larry Townsend • Rance Cooley • Barron Miles • Adam Treu • Andy Miller • Tray Crayton • Kyle Tully • Matt Turman • T.J. DeBates • Bryce Miller • Leslie Dennis • Mike Minter • Todd Uhlir • Ian Mitchell • Mike Van Cleave • Chris Dishman • Brian Morro • Jon Vedral • Brandon Drum • Tony Veland • Chad Eicher • Ed Morrow • Phil Ellis • Steve Volin • Kareem Moss • Korey Evans • Abdul Muhammad • Matt Vrzal • Erik Nelson • Terrell Farley • Brandt Wade • Chris Norris • Demond Finister • Eric Walther • Riley Washington • Sean Noster • Jay Foreman • Zach Wiegert • Tommie Frazier • Brian Nunns • Sean Wieting • Russell Froehlich • Jeff Ogard • Joel Wilks • Nate Froeschl • Jeff Olsen • Scott Frost • Jamel Williams • Steve Ott • Sean Gard • Tyrone Williams • Aaron Penland • Jason Pesterfield • Jason Wiltz • Ben Gessford • Shalis Winder • Mark Gilman • Christian Peter • Aaron Graham • Jason Peter • Grant Wistrom • Trampis Wrice • Ahman Green • Lawrence Phillips • Trent Gumm • Jon Zatechka • Fred Pollack • Brett Popplewell • Rob Zatechka • Billy Haafke • Dan Hadenfeldt • Bryan Pruitt 1995 (176) • David Reddick • Luther Hardin • Matt Aden • Ted Retzlaff • Aaron Havlovic • Dave Alderman • Mike Roberts • Ryan Held • Derek Allen • Dorrick Roy • Chris Herron • Josh Heskew • Jacques Allen • Mike Rucker • Jon Hesse • Jeff Sakalosky • Eric Anderson • Michael Hoffman • Scott Saltsman • Travis Antholz • Cory Schlesinger • Erick Arens • Quint Hogrefe • Darren Schmadeke • Larry Arnold • Brendan Holbein • Joe Horst • Dennis Bailey • Anthony Schmode • Matt Hoskinson • Matt Baldwin • Brian Schuster • Reggie Baul • Jeremy Shadrick • Matt Hunting • Jai Jackson • Matt Shaw • Jason Benes • Damon Benning • Tom Sieler • Julius Jackson • Brook Berringer • Marvin Sims • Sheldon Jackson • Adam Skoda • Vershan Jackson • Andy Bilanzich • Chad Blahak • Larry Smith • Kevin James • Michael Booker • Mike Smith • Jason Jenkins • Ryan Brauer • Jay Staehr • Clester Johnson • Kris Brown • Chad Stanley • Marcus Johnson • Lance Brown • Adam Julch • Brenden Stai • Chad Kelsay • Darren Brummond • Justin Stephens • Ed Stewart • Ben Kingston • Ben Buettenback • Eric Stokes • Chad Kobus • Jerry Buettner • Tim Carpenter • Josh Kohl • Dave Stramel • Kenny Cheatham • Jesse Kosch • Aaron Taylor • Jeff Lake • Ryan Terwilliger • Clinton Childs Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 8

9 • Adam Skoda • Dion Booker • Bill Lafleur • Charlie Leece • Jeff Small • Kris Brown • Mike Smith • Billy Legate • Lance Brown • Mike Brown • Mike Lesser • Eric Stokes • Ralph Brown • Gregg List • Jim Tansey • Correll Buckhalter • Frankie London • Aaron Taylor • Casey Macken • Ben Buettenback • Chris Taylor • Ryan Terwilliger • Grant Bunton • Jeff Makovicka • Jamie Burrow • Joel Makovicka • Ross Tessendorf • Karnell Matthews • Travis Toline • Tim Carpenter • Alex McClymont • Jared Tomich • Kenny Cheatham • Larry Townsend • Monte Christo • Octavious McFarlin • Jeff Clausen • Adam Treu • Greg McGraw • Josh Cobb • Corey McIntyre • Theron Troxel • Kory Mikos • Ben Cornelsen • Kyle Tully • Barron Miles • Matt Turman • Tyler Cotten • Todd Uhlir • Jon Coyne • Tom Milius • Eric Crouch • Andy Miller • Mike Van Cleave • Matt Davison • Jon Vedral • Bryce Miller • Tony Veland • T.J. DeBates • Mike Minter • Steve Volin • Brian Morro • Chris Deitloff • Erik Nelson • Matt Vrzal • Damian Demps • Jeff Nolting • Brandt Wade • Luke Denney • Eric Walther • Leslie Dennis • Chris Norris • Billy Diekmann • Brian Nunns • Eric Warfield • Riley Washington • George Dittrick • Jeff Ogard • Brandon Drum • Jeff Wells • Jason Olnes • Tony Ortiz • Sean Wieting • Jason Dush • Mitch Ebke • Steve Ott • Shevin Wiggins • Jamel Williams • Aaron Penland • J.R. Edwards • Jeff Perino • Tyrone Williams • DeAngelo Evans • Demond Finister • Aaron Wills • Christian Peter • Clint Finley • Jason Wiltz • Jason Peter • Shalis Winder • Craig Fischer • Brent Petersen • Jerome Peterson • Eric Fischer • Grant Wistrom • Lawrence Phillips • Ramone Worthy • Jay Foreman • Brendan Zahl • Pat Friesen • Fred Pollack • Russell Froehlich • Chris Rainey • Jon Zatechka • Scott Frost • Steve Raymond 1997 (188) • David Reddick • Paul Fujan • Lonnie Fulton • Dan Alexander • Ted Retzlaff • Jay Gates • Mike Roberts • Derek Allen • Mike Gentile • Luis Almanzar • Dorrick Roy • Tom Royce • Steve Alstadt • Ben Gessford • Mike Rucker • Eric Anderson • John Gibson • Marcus Giles • Josh Anderson • Scott Saltsman • Bobby Gill • Nick Sassaman • Travis Antholz • Sean Applegate • Nick Gragert • Darren Schmadeke • Erick Arens • Anthony Schmode • Ahman Green • Rod Baker • Mike Green • Brian Schuster • Jason Schwab • Matt Grummert • Matt Baldwin • Doug Seaman • George Guidry • Chris Bassett • Kareem Sears • Chris Gustafson • Sasho Becvarovski • Jason Benes • Billy Haafke • Brian Shaw • Tom Beveridge • Dan Hadenfeldt • James Sherman • Mic Boettner • Brad Hamik • James Sims Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 9

10 • Tracey Wistrom • Brandon Harrison • Dominic Raiola • Aaron Havlovic • Wes Woodwards • Buck Rasmussen • Kyle Henson • Steve Raymond • Brendan Zahl • Jon Zatechka • Josh Heskew • Ted Retzlaff • Russ Hochstein • Khari Reynolds Men’s Gymnastics • Brandon Roth • Quint Hogrefe • Dorrick Roy 1979 (18) • Matt Hoskinson • Matt Ickes • Brian Austin • Mike Rucker • Julius Jackson • Jay Runty • Jim Beal • Sheldon Jackson • Jon Rutherford • Richard Brindisi • Eric Ryans • Vershan Jackson • Chuck Chmelka • Miles Dewhirst • Chris Saalfeld • Eric Johnson • Matt Schoening • Kevin Dunkley • Marcus Johnson • Nate Johnson • Jason Schwab • Steve Elliott • Doug Seaman • Kirk Fridrich • Dave Jones • Jordan Jones • Larry Gerard • Brian Shaw • Jim Hartung • James Sherman • Adam Julch • Mark Hobson • Scott Siebenborn • Loran Kaiser • Jay Sims • Mike McCoy • Chad Kelsay • Ben Kingston • Travis Soucie • Terry Nowels • Chad Kobus • Steve Parks • Jeremy Stanislav • Ryan Svoboda • Josh Kohl • Brad Thompson • Kyle Kollmorgen • Erwin Swiney • Steve Todd • Chuck Tack • Mark Williams • Jesse Kosch • Jim Winkelmann • Bill Lafleur • Jim Tansey • Jeff Lake • Aaron Taylor 1980 (15) • Billy Legate • Nick Terrio • Brian Austin • Curt Lenners • Alik Tillery • Ross Tessendorf • Gregg List • John Balluff • Travis Toline • Frankie London • Phil Cahoy • Craig Cederbert • Arion Turner • Chace Long • Chad Tuttle • Kalin Makaiwi • Chuck Chmelka • Noland Urban • Kevin Dunkley • Joel Makovicka • Simon Van Boening • Glen Matthews • Steve Elliott • Jason McCullough • Mike Van Cleave • Jim Hartung • Kyle Vanden Bosch • Frank Hibbitts • Octavious McFarlin • Mark Hobson • Casey Vanderhoef • Mat McGinn • Scott Johnson • Mark Vedral • Greg McGraw • Jake McKee • Dave Volk • Kris Kaltenbacher • Phil Pombrio • Levi Mehl • Brandt Wade • Tom Milius • Mark Williams • Joe Walker • Brian Walters • Jim Winkelmann • Willie Miller • Eric Walther • Brandon Mooberry • Brian Morro • Brandon Wardyn 1981 (16) • John Murphy • Ricardo Appel • Eric Warfield • John Balluff • Steve Warren • Bobby Newcombe • Derek Blanks • Jason Olnes • Troy Watchorn • Phil Cahoy • Dan White • Tony Ortiz • J.P. Wichmann • Jon Penny • Chuck Chmelka • Steve Elliott • Jason Peter • Sean Wieting • Ron Gallegos • Shevin Wiggins • Jerome Peterson • Chad Wiles • Jim Hartung • Hank Piening • Carlos Polk • Aaron Wills • Frank Hibbitts • Mark Hobson • Jason Wiltz • Fred Pollack • Brandon Hull • Andy Winkler • Ryan Preister • Brandon Quindt • David Hyde • Grant Wistrom Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 10

11 • Scott Johnson 2015 (16) 1994 (8) • Andy McCracken • Che Bowers • Annika Albrecht • Jim Mikus • Jason Christie • Olivia Boender • Jim Winkelmann • Sumner Darling • Kelsey Fien • Mikaela Foecke • Richard Grace • Ted Harris • Meghan Haggerty 1982 (13) • Dennis Harrison • John Balluff • Cecilia Hall • Briana Holman • Rick Kieffer • Derek Blanks • Kelly Hunter • Mike Bowers • Burkett Powell • Phil Cahoy • Kenzie Maloney Volleyball • Steve Elliott • Alicia Ostrander • Tiani Reeves • Ron Gallegos 1995 (14) • Amber Rolfzen • Lisa Avery • Jim Hartung • Kate Crnich • Frank Hibbitts • Kadie Rolfzen • Brandon Hull • Brooke Smith • Christy Johnson • David Hyde • Maria Hedbeck • Sydney Townsend • Justine Wong-Orantes • Scott Johnson • Denise Koziol • Jaime Krondak • Andy McCracken 2017 (15) • Kim Legg • Jim Mikus • Annika Albrecht • Stacie Maser 1983 (10) • Hunter Atherton • Jen McFadden • Fiona Nepo • Ricardo Appel • Olivia Boender • Mike Bowers • Hayley Densberger • Lisa Reitsma • Phil Cahoy • Mikaela Foecke • Renee Saunders • Allison Weston • Allie Havers • Steve Cooper • Brandon Hull • Briana Holman • Billie Winsett • Scott Johnson • Kelly Hunter 2000 (14) • Jim Mikus • Kenzie Maloney • Rachel Baumstark • Chris Riegel • Chesney McClellan • Mike Schafer • Kim Behrends • Sami Slaughter • Wes Suter • Lauren Stivrins • Greichaly Cepero • Jazz Sweet • Jenae Dowling 1988 (9) • Amber Holmquist • Anezka Szabo • Pam Krejci • Brad Bryan • Sydney Townsend • Jenny Kropp • Kevin Davis • Ted Dimas Women’s Track & Field • Jill McWilliams • Nancy Metcalf (Indoor) • Mike Epperson 1982 (28) • Angie Oxley • Patrick Kirksey • Mark Schiefelbein • Rhonda Blanford • Lindsay Peterson • Laura Pilakowski • Tom Schlesinger • Tessy Brandner • Anna Schrad • Janet Burke • Bob Stelter • Sara Westling • Sharon Burrill • Mark Warburton • Ann Edmunds 2006 (12) • Tami Essington 1990 (9) • Brad Bryan • Brooke Bartek • Linda Frerichs • Dani Busboom • Earl Carter • Marjan Goedhart • Jennie Gorham • Sanyi DeGrazia • Kori Cooper • Wanda Hartso • Amanda Gates • Ted Dimas • Heidi Iractabal • Maggie Griffin • Trent Dimas • Rachel Holloway • Deb James • Patrick Kirksey • Christina Houghtelling • Josh Saegert • Nancy Kindig • Bob Stelter • Susan Lind • Jordan Larson • Dani Mancuso • Alicia McQueen • Mark Warburton • Sarah Pavan • Sue Nelson • Rachel Schwartz • Janice Ohrt • Merlene Ottey • Tracy Stalls Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 11

12 • Lynn LeVanseller • Sha-ri Pendleton • Ruth Pugh • Jean Monter • Joi Pullium • Sue Nelson • Pam Schubarth • Jill Noel • Robin Small • Carol Nunnally • Merlene Ottey • Sara Stricker • Debra Powell • Marcia Tate • Heather Smith • Pat Van Horn • Karen Wood • Karyn Szarkowski • Marcia Tate • Cheryl Zajic • Angela Thacker 1983 (30) • Stephanie Thomas • Nicole Ali • Rhonda Wescott • Laura Wright • Mary Amen • Holly Ashmore • Rhonda Blanford • Janet Burke • Ann Edmunds • Peggy Edwards • Marjan Goedhart • Jennie Gorham • Heidi Iractabel • Lynn LeVanseller • Sue Lind • Sue Nelson • Rhonda Nicholson • Janice Ohrt • Merlene Ottey • Deb Powell • Kare Richters • Pam Schubarth • Cathy Seybold • Deborah Smith • Theresa Smith • Theresa Steffen • Marcia Tate • Angela Thacker • Denise Thiemard • Stephanie Thomas • Kirsti Voldnes • Rhonda Wescott • Karen Wood 1984 (26) • Nicole Ali • Holly Ashmore • Rhonda Blanford • Amy Bower • Janet Burke • Debbie Clark • Karlene Erickson • Jennie Gorham • Charline Grant • Karen Grant • Robin Hanson • Heidi Iractabel Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 12

13 Nebraska’s National Players of the Year All Sports (29) By Sport Baseball (1) • Johnny Rodgers, Football (1972) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1982) • Alex Gordon (2005) • Mike Rozier, Football (1983) Bowling (9) • Denise Day, Softball (1985) • Karen Dahlgren, Volleyball (1986) • Kim Berke (1992) [non-varsity sport at time] • Wes Suter, Men’s Gymnastics (1986) • Diandra Hyman (2000) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2001) • Tom Schlesinger, Men’s Gymnastics (1988) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2004) • Joanne Brooks, Women’s Golf (1990) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2005) • Kim Berke, Bowling (1992) [non-varsity sport at time] • Lindsay Baker (2006) • Karen Jennings, Women’s Basketball (1993) • Amanda Burgoyne (2007) • Allison Weston, Volleyball (1995) • Cassandra Leuthold (2010) • Heather Brink, Women’s Gymnastics (2000) • Greichaly Cepero, Volleyball (2000) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin, Bowling (2015) • Diandra Hyman, Bowling (2000) Football (4) • Eric Crouch, Football (2001) • Johnny Rodgers (1972) • Shannon Pluhowsky, Bowling (2001) • Shannon Pluhowsky, Bowling (2004) • Mike Rozier (1983) • Eric Crouch (2001) • Alex Gordon, Baseball (2005) • Ndamukong Suh (2009) • Christina Houghtelling, Volleyball (2005) • Shannon Pluhowsky, Bowling (2005) • Richelle Simpson, Women’s Gymnastics (2005) Men’s Gymnastics (3) • Jim Hartung (1982) • Lindsay Baker, Bowling (2006) • Wes Suter (1986) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2006) • Amanda Burgoyne, Bowling (2007) • Tom Schlesinger (1988) • Ndamukong Suh, Football (2009) • Cassandra Leuthold, Bowling (2010) Softball (1) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling (2011) • Denise Day (1985) • Emily Wong, Women’s Gymnastics (2014) Volleyball (5) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin, Bowling (2015) • Karen Dahlgren (1986) • Allison Weston (1995) • Greichaly Cepero (2000) • Christina Houghtelling (2005) • Sarah Pavan (2006) Women’s Basketball (1) • Karen Jennings (1993) Women’s Golf (1) • Joanne Brooks (1990) Women’s Gymnastics (3) • Heather Brink (2000) • Richelle Simpson (2005) • Emily Wong (2014) Wrestling (1) • Jordan Burroughs (2011) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 13

14 Nebraska’s National Players of the Year Men’s Gymnastics Baseball Nissen-Emery Award (3) ABCA National Player of the Year (1) • Alex Gordon (2005) • Jim Hartung (1982) • Wes Suter (1986) Other Finalists (1): Jed Morris (2002) • Tom Schlesinger (1988) Other Finalists (18): Gene Mackie (1976); Larry Gerard Brooks Wallace Award (1) (1979); Phil Cahoy (1983); Scott Johnson (1983); Neil • Alex Gordon (2005) Palmer (1987); Mike Epperson (1989); Patrick Kirksey (1990); Brad Bryan (1991); Dennis Harrison (1994); Dick Howser Award (1) Richard Grace (1995); Rick Kieffer (1995); Jason Christie • Alex Gordon(2005) (1996); Bill Mulholland (1998); Jim Koziol (1999); Jason Other Finalists (3): Shane Komine (2000); Hardabura (2001); Grant Clinton (2002); T.J. Schmidt (2009); Kyle Shanahan (2010); Ethan Lottman (2016); Dan Johnson (2001), Alex Gordon (2004) Kyle King (2018) Golden Spikes Award (1) Softball • Alex Gordon (2005) Other Finalists (2): Darin Erstad (1995); Honda Award (1) Ken Harvey (1999) • Denise Day (1985) Other Finalists (2): Lori Sippel (1988); Ali Viola (1998) Bowling National Collegiate Bowler of the Year (9) Volleyball • Kim Berke (1992) [non-varsity sport at the time] AVCA National Player of the Year (4) • Diandra Hyman (2000) • Allison Weston (1995) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2001) • Greichaly Cepero (2000) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2004) • Christina Houghtelling (2005) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2005) • Sarah Pavan (2006) • Lindsay Baker (2006) • Amanda Burgoyne (2007) Honda Award (4) • Cassandra Leuthold (2010) • Karen Dahlgren (1986) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin (2015) • Allison Weston (1995) • Greichaly Cepero (2000) • Sarah Pavan (2006) Football Other Finalists (8): Val Novak (1990); Stephanie Thater AP Player of the Year (1) (1992); Allison Weston (1994); Fiona Nepo (1998); Nancy • Ndamukong Suh, Football (2009) Metcalf (2001); Christina Houghtelling (2005); Melissa Elmer (2005); Kelsey Robinson (2013); Kadie Rolfzen Heisman Trophy (3) (2016) • Johnny Rodgers (1972) • Mike Rozier (1983) Women’s Basketball • Eric Crouch (2001) Wade Trophy (1) Other Top-Five Finishers (8): Sam Francis (2nd, 1936); • Karen Jennings (1993) Bobby Reynolds (5th, 1950); Rich Glover (3rd, 1972); Dave Other Finalists: Kelsey Griffin (2010) Humm (5th, 1974); Dave Rimington (5th, 1982); Turner Gill (4th, 1983); Tommie Frazier (2nd, 1995); Ndamukong Suh (4th, 2009) Women’s Gymnastics AAI Award (2) Maxwell Award (1) • Richelle Simpson (2005) • Mike Rozier (1983) • Emily Wong (2014) Walter Camp Award (3) Honda Award (1) • Johnny Rodgers (1972) • Heather Brink (2000) • Mike Rozier (1983) Other Finalists (4): Richelle Simpson (2003); Richelle • Eric Crouch (2001) Simpson (2005); Emily Parsons (2007); Emily Wong (2014) Wrestling Hodge Trophy (1) • Jordan Burroughs (2011) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 14

15 NCAA Award Winners NCAA Top 10 Award Winners by Sport NCAA Top 10 Award (17) • Randy Schleusener, Football (1981) Football (9) • Dave Rimington, Football (1983) • Randy Schleusener (1981) • Mark Traynowicz, Football (1985) • Dave Rimington (1983) • Tom Schlesinger, Men’s Gymnastics (1989) • Mark Traynowicz (1985) • Virginia Stahr, Volleyball (1990) • Jake Young (1990) • Jake Young, Football (1990) • Pat Tyrance (1991) • Patrick Kirksey, Men’s Gymnastics (1991) • Trev Alberts (1994) • Pat Tyrance, Football (1991) • Rob Zatechka (1995) • Janet Kruse, Volleyball (1992) • Aaron Graham (1996) • Trev Alberts, Football (1994) • Grant Wistrom (1998) • Rob Zatechka, Football (1995) • Aaron Graham, Football (1996) Men’s Gymnastics (2) • Grant Wistrom, Football (1998) • Tom Schlesinger (1989) • Nancy Metcalf, Volleyball (2002) • Patrick Kirksey (1991) • Richelle Simpson, Women’s Gymnastics (2006) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2008) Volleyball (6) • Mary Weatherholt, Women’s Tennis (2014) • Virginia Stahr (1990) • Janet Kruse (1992) • Billie Winsett Fletcher (1996) Honda Cup (1) • Nancy Metcalf (2002) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2006-07) • Sarah Pavan (2008) NCAA Woman of the Year (1) Women’s Gymnastics (1) • Billie Winsett Fletcher, Volleyball (1996) • Richelle Simpson (2006) NCAA Elite 90 Award (12) Women’s Tennis (1) • Ryann McGough, Rifle (2009-10) • Mary Weatherholt (2014) • John Welk, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (2012-13) • Anne Martin, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (2012-13) NCAA Elite 90 Award Winners by Sport • John Welk, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (2013-14) • Anne Martin, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (2013-14) Men’s Gymnastics (1) • Ethan Lottman (2014-15) • Ethan Lottman, Men’s Gymnastics (2014-15) • Drew Wiseman, Men’s Indoor Track & Field (2014-15) • Will Lohman, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (2014-15) Women’s Gymnastics (1) • Sydney Townsend, Women’s Volleyball (2016-17) • Danielle Breen (2017-18) • Drew Wiseman, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (2016-17) • Sydney Townsend, Women’s Volleyball (2017-18) Men’s Indoor Track & Field (1) • Danielle Breen, Women’s Gymnastics (2017-18) • Drew Wiseman (2014-15) Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (4) • John Welk (2012-13) • John Welk (2013-14) • Will Lohman (2014-15) • Drew Wiseman (2016-17) Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (2) • Anne Martin (2012-13) • Anne Martin (2013-14) Rifle (1) • Ryann McGough (2009-10) Women’s Volleyball (2) • Sydney Townsend (2016-17) • Sydney Townsend (2017-18) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 15

16 Academic All-Americans of the Year Baseball (2) Overall (3) • Jeff Leise (2002) • Rob Zatechka, Football (1994-95) • Jeff Leise (2003) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2006-07) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2007-08) Football (1) • Rob Zatechka (1994) By Sport (16) • Lori Sippel, Softball (1985) Men’s Track & Field (2) • Virginia Stahr, Volleyball (1988) • John Welk (2015) • Virginia Stahr, Volleyball (1989) • Drew Wiseman (2017) • Janet Kruse, Volleyball (1990) • Janet Kruse, Volleyball (1991) Softball (1) • Karen Jennings, Women’s Basketball (1992) • Lori Sippel (1985) • Karen Jennings, Women’s Basketball (1993) • Rob Zatechka, Football (1994) Volleyball (6) • Nicola Martial, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Virginia Stahr (1988) • Joy Taylor, Women’s Gymnastics (1996) • Virginia Stahr (1989) • Janet Blomstedt, Women’s Track & Field (1997) • Janet Kruse (1990) • Jeff Leise, Baseball (2002) • Janet Kruse (1991) • Jeff Leise, Baseball (2003) • Sarah Pavan (2006) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2006) • Sarah Pavan (2007) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (2007) • John Welk, Men’s Track & Field (2015) Women’s Basketball (2) • Drew Wiseman, Men’s Track & Field (2017) • Karen Jennings (1992) • Karen Jennings (1993) Women’s Gymnastics (1) • Joy Taylor (1996) Women’s Track & Field (2) • Nicola Martial (1996) • Janet Blomstedt (1997) Academic All-America Hall of Fame By Sport All Sports (3) • Dave Rimington, Football (Inducted 2004) Football (2) • Karen Jennings, Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2008) • Dave Rimington (Inducted 2004) • Pat Tyrance, Football (Inducted 2009) • Pat Tyrance (Inducted 2009) Women’s Basketball (1) • Karen Jennings (Inducted 2008) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 16

17 Nebraska’s Individual National Champions • 157 Individual NCAA Champions Across Eight (8) Sports • 33 Multi-Time Individual NCAA Champions • Roland Locke was Nebraska’s First Individual NCAA Champion and First Multi-Time Individual NCAA Champion • Merlene Ottey was Nebraska’s First Female Individual NCAA Champion and First Multi-Time Female Individual NCAA Champion Merlene Ottey is Nebraska’s All-Time Leader with 14 Individual NCAA Championships • Jim Hartung Owns the Most Individual NCAA Championships (7) of any Husker Male Student-Athlete • • Women’s Track & Field Has Captured the Most Individual NCAA Titles (52) of Any Husker Sport Men’s Gymnastics Has Captured the Most Individual NCAA Championships (42) of Any Husker Male Sport • • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1982) All Sports (157) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Roland Locke, Men’s Track & Field (1926) • Janet Burke, Women’s Track & Field (1983) • Roland Locke, Men’s Track & Field (1926) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics (1983) • Hugh Rhea, Men’s Track & Field (1932) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics (1983) • Sam Francis, Men’s Track & Field (1937) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics (1983) • Harold Hunt, Men’s Track & Field (1941) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1983) • Bobby Ginn, Men’s Track & Field (1942) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1983) • Howard Debus, Men’s Track & Field (1943) • Chris Riegel, Men’s Gymnastics (1983) • Mike Nissen, Wrestling (1963) • Denise Thiemard, Women’s Track & Field (1983) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1965) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1984) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1965) • Chris Riegel, Men’s Gymnastics (1984) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1966) • Bill Scherr, Wrestling (1984) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1966) • Jim Scherr, Wrestling (1984) • Peter Scott, Men’s Track & Field (1966) • Angela Thacker, Women’s Track & Field (1984) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1967) • Rhonda Blanford, Women’s Track & Field (1985) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1967) • Rhonda Blanford, Women’s Track & Field (1985) • Lennox Burgher, Men’s Track & Field (1968) • Wes Suter, Men’s Gymnastics (1985) • Lennox Burgher, Men’s Track & Field (1969) • Wes Suter, Men’s Gymnastics (1985) • Jeff Lee, Men’s Track & Field (1977) • Wes Suter, Men’s Gymnastics (1985) • Paul Downes, Men’s Track & Field (1979) • Kevin Davis, Men’s Gymnastics (1987) • Brian Dunnigan, Men’s Track & Field (1979) • Tom Schlesinger, Men’s Gymnastics (1987) • Mark Fluitt, Men’s Track & Field (1979) • Tom Schlesinger, Men’s Gymnastics (1987) • Scott Poehling, Men’s Track & Field (1979) • Linetta Wilson, Women’s Track & Field (1987) • Phil Cahoy, Men’s Gymnastics (1980) • Linetta Wilson, Women’s Track & Field (1987) • Steve Elliott, Men’s Gymnastics (1980) • Kevin Davis, Men’s Gymnastics (1988) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1980) • Kevin Davis, Men’s Gymnastics (1988) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1980) • Sharon Powell, Women’s Track & Field (1988) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1980) • Patrick Kirksey, Men’s Gymnastics (1989) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1980) • Patrick Kirksey, Men’s Gymnastics (1989) • Phil Cahoy, Men’s Gymnastics (1980) • Renita Robinson, Women’s Track & Field (1989) • Phil Cahoy, Men’s Gymnastics (1981) • Michelle Bryant, Women’s Gymnastics (1990) • Phil Cahoy, Men’s Gymnastics (1981) • Patrick Kirksey, Men’s Gymnastics (1990) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1981) • Jason Kelber, Wrestling (1991) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1981) • Shanelle Porter, Women’s Track & Field (1991) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1981) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field (1991) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1981) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field (1991) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1981) • Kim Walker, Women’s Track & Field (1991) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1981) • Tranquil Wilson, Women’s Track & Field (1991) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1981) • Che Bowers, Men’s Gymnastics (1992) • Rhonda Blanford, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Kevin Coleman, Men’s Track & Field (1992) • Rhonda Blanford, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Kevin Coleman, Men’s Track & Field (1992) • Steve Elliott, Men’s Gymnastics (1982) • Richard Grace, Men’s Gymnastics (1993) • Steve Elliott, Men’s Gymnastics (1982) • Shanelle Porter, Women’s Track & Field (1993) • Jennie Gorham, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Tony Purler, Wrestling (1993) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1982) • Dennis Harrison, Men’s Gymnastics (1994) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1982) • Nicola Martial, Women’s Track & Field (1994) • Debra James, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Richard Grace, Men’s Gymnastics (1995) • Debra James, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Petar Malesev, Men’s Track & Field (1995) • Alicia McQueen, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Richard Grace, Men’s Gymnastics (1995) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Richard Grace, Men’s Gymnastics (1995) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1982) • Rick Kieffer, Men’s Gymnastics (1995) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1982) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 17

18 • Nicola Martial, Women’s Track & Field (1995) Most Individual NCAA Titles • Tolly Thompson, Wrestling (1995) • Women’s Track & Field (53) • Angee Henry, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Men’s Gymnastics (42) • Angee Henry, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Men’s Track & Field (41) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming & Diving (1996) • Wrestling (11) • Jonah Kiptarus, Men’s Track & Field (1996) • Women’s Gymnastics (5) • Alex Lamme, Men’s Track & Field (1996) • Rifle (3) • Nicola Martial, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Men’s Swimming & Diving (1) • Miklos Roth, Men’s Track & Field (1996) • Women’s Swimming & Diving (1) • Balazs Tolgyesi, Men’s Track & Field (1996) • Marshall Nelson, Men’s Gymnastics (1997) Multi-Time National Champions (33) • Marshall Nelson, Men’s Gymnastics (1997) 14-time individual national champion (1) • Tressa Thompson, Women’s Track & Field (1997) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field • Tressa Thompson, Women’s Track & Field (1997) • Marshall Nelson, Men’s Gymnastics (1998) 7-time individual national champion (1) • Tressa Thompson, Women’s Track & Field (1998) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics • Jason Hardabura, Men’s Gymnastics (1999) • Jason Hardabura, Men’s Gymnastics (1999) 6-time individual national champion (1) • Nicole Allaire, Rifle (2000) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field • Heather Brink, Women’s Gymnastics (2000) • Heather Brink, Women’s Gymnastics (2000) 4-time individual national champion (4) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming & Diving (2000) • Rhonda Blanford, Women’s Track & Field • Brad Vering, Wrestling (2000) • Phil Cahoy, Men’s Gymnastics • Carl Myerscough, Men’s Track & Field (2002) • Richard Grace, Men’s Gymnastics • Becky Breisch, Women’s Track & Field (2003) • Carl Myerscough, Men’s Track & Field • Eric Eshbach, Men’s Track & Field (2003) • Carl Myerscough, Men’s Track & Field (2003) 3-time individual national champion (9) • Carl Myerscough, Men’s Track & Field (2003) • Kevin Davis, Men’s Gymnastics • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field (2003) • Steve Elliott, Men’s Gymnastics • Richelle Simpson, Women’s Gymnastics (2003) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics • Richelle Simpson, Women’s Gymnastics (2003) • Patrick Kirksey, Men’s Gymnastics • Becky Breisch, Women’s Track & Field (2004) • Nicola Martial, Women’s Track & Field • Priscilla Lopes, Women’s Track & Field (2004) • Marshall Nelson, Men’s Gymnastics • Carl Myerscough, Men’s Track & Field (2004) • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field • Jason Powell, Wrestling (2004) • Wes Suter, Men’s Gymnastics • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field (2004) • Tressa Thompson, Women’s Track & Field • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field (2004) • Dmitrijs Milkevics, Men’s Track & Field (2005) 2-time individual national champion (17) • Ashley Selig, Women’s Track & Field (2005) • Arturs Abolins, Men’s Track & Field • Anne Shadle, Women’s Track & Field (2005) • Becky Breisch, Women’s Track & Field • Anne Shadle, Women’s Track & Field (2005) • Heather Brink, Women’s Gymnastics • Arturs Abolins, Men’s Track & Field (2006) • Lennox Burgher, Men’s Track & Field • Arturs Abolins, Men’s Track & Field (2006) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling • Kristina Fehlings, Rifle (2006) • Kevin Coleman, Men’s Track & Field • Dace Ruskule, Women’s Track & Field (2006) • Jason Hardabura, Men’s Gymnastics • Paul Donahoe, Wrestling (2007) • Angee Henry, Women’s Track & Field • Dusty Jonas, Men’s Track & Field (2008) • Debra James, Women’s Track & Field • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling (2009) • Roland Locke, Men’s Track & Field • Nicholas Gordon, Men’s Track & Field (2009) • Shanelle Porter, Women’s Track & Field • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling (2011) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field • Chad Wright, Men’s Track & Field (2012) • Chris Riegel, Men’s Gymnastics • Miles Ukaoma, Men’s Track & Field (2014) • Tom Schlesinger, Men’s Gymnastics • Rachel Martin, Rifle (2015) • Anne Shadle, Women’s Track & Field • Nick Percy, Men’s Track & Field (2016) • Richelle Simpson, Women’s Gymnastics • Linetta Wilson, Women’s Track & Field Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18

19 Nebraska’s Individual National Champions by Sport Men’s Track & Field - Indoor (21) Men’s Gymnastics (42) Long Jump (2) All-Around (9) • Arturs Abolins (2006) • Jim Hartung (1980) • Nicholas Gordon (2009) • Jim Hartung (1981) • Wes Suter (1985) High Jump (2) • Tom Schlesinger (1987) • Kevin Davis (1988) • Petar Malesev (1995) • Patrick Kirksey (1989) • Dusty Jonas (2008) • Dennis Harrison (1994) • Richard Grace (1995) Triple Jump (1) • Lennox Burgher (1969) • Jason Hardabura (1999) Floor Exercise (6) Shot Put (4) • Steve Elliott (1980) • Kevin Coleman (1992) • Steve Elliott (1982) • Kevin Coleman (1993) • Carl Myerscough (2002) • Scott Johnson (1983) • Wes Suter (1985) • Carl Myerscough (2003) • Richard Grace (1993) 60-Yard Dash (3) • Jason Hardabura (1999) • Charlie Greene (1965) • Charlie Greene (1966) Vault (3) • Charlie Greene (1967) • Steve Elliott (1982) • Chris Riegel (1983) • Chris Riegel (1984) 60-Yard Hurdles (1) • Jeff Lee (1977) Pommel Horse (1) • Che Bowers (1992) 4x800-Yard Relay (1 team; 4 individuals) • Paul Downes (1979) Parallel Bars (14) • Brian Dunnigan (1979) • Mark Fluitt (1979) • Phil Cahoy (1980) • Scott Poehling (1979) • Phil Cahoy (1981) • Jim Hartung (1981) Distance-Medley Relay (1 team; 4 individuals) • Jim Hartung (1982) • Jonah Kiptarus (1996) • Scott Johnson (1983) • Alex Lamme (1996) • Kevin Davis (1987) • Miklos Roth (1996) • Tom Schlesinger (1987) • Kevin Davis (1988) • Balazs Tolgyesi (1996) • Patrick Kirksey (1989) • Patrick Kirksey (1990) Men’s Track & Field - Outdoor (20) • Richard Grace (1994) Long Jump (1) • Richard Grace (1995) • Arturs Abolins (2006) • Marshall Nelson (1997) • Marshall Nelson (1998) Triple Jump (1) • Lennox Burgher (1968) Still Rings (3) • Jim Hartung (1980) Shot Put (4) • Jim Hartung (1981) • Hugh Rhea (1932) • Jim Hartung (1982) • Sam Francis (1937) • Carl Myerscough (2003) Horizontal Bar (6) • Carl Myerscough (2004) • Phil Cahoy (1980) • Phil Cahoy (1981) Discus (3) • Scott Johnson (1983) • Howard Debus (1943) • Wes Suter (1985) • Chad Wright (2012) • Rick Kieffer (1995) • Nick Percy (2016) • Marshall Nelson (1997) Pole Vault (2) Men’s Swimming & Diving (1) • Harold Hunt (1941) • Eric Eshbach (2003) 100-Meter Butterfly (1) • Adam Pine (2000) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 19

20 55-Meter Dash (1) 60-yard Dash (3) • Charlie Greene (1965) • Merlene Ottey (1982) • Charlie Greene (1966) 60-Meter Dash (1) • Charlie Greene (1967) • Merlene Ottey (1981) 100-Yard Dash (1) 60-Yard Dash (2) • Roland Locke (1926) • Janet Burke (1983) 200-Yard Dash (1) • Merlene Ottey (1984) • Roland Locke (1926) 300-Yard Dash (1) 800-Meter Run (1) • Merlene Ottey (1982) • Dmitrijs Milkevics (2005) 300-Meter Dash (2) 880-Yard Run (1) • Merlene Ottey (1980) • Peter Scott (1966) • Merlene Ottey (1981) 400-Meter Dash (1) Mile Run (1) • Shanelle Porter (1993) • Bobby Ginn (1942) 400-Meter Hurdles (1) 500-Meter Run (1) • Linetta Wilson (1987) • Miles Ukaoma (2014) Mile Run (1) Rifle (3) • Anne Shadle (2005) Smallbore (1) • Rachel Martin (2015) 55-Meter Hurdles (1) • Rhonda Blanford (1985) Air Rifle (1) • Kristina Fehlings (2006) 60-Meter Hurdles (1) • Priscilla Lopes (2004) Smallbore (1) • Nicole Allaire (2000) 4x220-Yard Relay (1 team; 4 individuals) • Rhonda Blanford (1982) Women’s Gymnastics (5) • Jennie Gorham (1982) All-Around (2) • Debra James (1982) • Heather Brink (2000) • Merlene Ottey (1982) • Richelle Simpson (2003) Women’s Track & Field - Outdoor (31) Vault (2) Long Jump (1) • Michele Bryant (1990) • Angee Henry (1996) • Heather Brink (2000) Triple Jump (5) Floor Exercise (1) • Renita Robinson (1989) • Richelle Simpson (2003) • Nicola Martial (1994) • Nicola Martial (1995) Women’s Swimming & Diving (1) • Ineta Radevica (2003) 100-Yard Breaststroke (1) • Ineta Radevica (2004) • Penny Heyns (1996) Discus (2) Women’s Track & Field - Indoor (22) • Becky Breisch (2004) Long Jump (2) • Dace Ruskule (2006) • Angela Thacker (1984) • Angee Henry (1996) Shot Put (3) • Tressa Thompson (1997) Triple Jump (2) • Tressa Thompson (1998) • Nicola Martial (1996) • Becky Breisch (2003) • Ineta Radevica (2004) Javelin (1) Shot Put (1) • Denise Thiemard (1983) • Tressa Thompson (1997) 100-Meter Dash (3) Pentathlon (1) • Merlene Ottey (1981) • Ashley Selig (2005) • Merlene Ottey (1982) • Merlene Ottey (1983) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 20

21 200-Meter Dash (3) • Merlene Ottey (1980) • Merlene Ottey (1981) • Merlene Ottey (1983) 400-Meter Dash (1) • Ximena Restrepo (1991) 800-Meter Run (1) • Sharon Powell (1988) 1,500-Meter Run (1) • Anne Shadle (2005) 100-Meter Hurdles (1) • Rhonda Blanford (1985) 400-Meter Hurdles (1) • Linetta Wilson (1987) 4x100-Meter Relay (1 team; 4 individuals) • Rhonda Blanford (1982) • Alicia McQueen (1982) • Debra James (1982) • Merlene Ottey (1982) 4x400-Meter Relay (1 team; 4 individuals) • Shanelle Porter (1991) • Ximena Restrepo (1991) • Kim Walker (1991) • Tranquil Wilson (1991) Wrestling (11) 123 Pounds (1) • Mike Nissen (1963) 125 Pounds (2) • Jason Powell (2004) • Paul Donahoe (2007) 126 Pounds (2) • Jason Kelber (1991) • Tony Purler (1993) 157 Pounds (1) • Jordan Burroughs (2009) 165 Pounds (1) • Jordan Burroughs (2011) 177 Pounds (1) • Jim Scherr (1984) 190 Pounds (1) • Bill Scherr (1984) 197 Pounds (1) • Brad Vering (2000) Heavyweight (1) • Tolly Thompson (1995) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 21

22 Husker Olympians • Huskers have competed in a total of 20 Olympic Games, including 18 Summer Olympics and two Winter Olympics • At least one Husker has competed in 16 consecutive Summer Olympics, dating back to the 1956 Melbourne Games • A total of 107 Huskers have been Olympians, competing in a combined 155 Olympic Games • 33 Huskers have been multi-time Olympians, led by Merlene Ottey’s seven Olympic appearances • Huskers have represented a total of 28 countries in the Olympics • More Huskers have competed for the United States (34 in 43 combined Olympics) than any other country • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) 1912 Summer Olympics (1) • Marcia Tate, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Lewis Anderson, Men’s Track & Field (U.S.) • Angela Thacker, Women’s Track & Field (U.S.) • Dennis Wallace, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) 1936 Summer Olympics (1) • Sam Francis, Men’s Track & Field (U.S.) 1988 Summer Olympics (12) • Kevin Davis, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) 1956 Summer Olympics (1) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) • Keith Gardner, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Wendy Lucero, Women’s Diving (U.S.) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) 1960 Summer Olympics (3) • Sharon Powell, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Dan Brand, Wrestling (U.S.) • Bill Scherr, Wrestling (U.S.) • Keith Gardner, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Jim Scherr, Wrestling (U.S.) • Joe Mullins, Men’s Track & Field (Canada) • Tom Schlesinger, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) • Wes Suter, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) 1964 Summer Olympics (2) • Marcia Tate, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Dan Brand, Wrestling (U.S.) • Denise Thiemard, Women’s Track & Field (Switzerland) • Lynn Headley, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Bill Trott, Men’s Track & Field (Bermuda) 1968 Summer Olympics (4) 1992 Summer Olympics (12) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (U.S.) • Jan Bidrman, Men’s Swimming (Sweden) • Clifton Forbes, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Robert Bonilla, Men’s Swimming (Guatemala) • Carol Frost, Women’s Track & Field (U.S.) • Anja Margetic, Women’s Swimming (Bosnia) • Lynn Headley, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Trent Dimas, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) • Lori Endicott, Volleyball (U.S.) 1972 Summer Olympics (4) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (South Africa) • Garth Case, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Mark Jackson, Men’s Track & Field (Canada) • Horace Levy, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Karen Kruger, Women’s Track & Field (South Africa) • Leighton Priestley, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Tamas Molnar, Men’s Track & Field (Hungary) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field (Colombia) 1976 Summer Olympics (4) • Peter Williams, Men’s Swimming (South Africa) • John Ebito, Men’s Swimming (Nigeria) • Bengt Jonsson, Men’s Swimming (Sweden) 1996 Summer Olympics (21) • Leighton Priestley, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (Sweden) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Juan Benavides, Men’s Swimming (Spain) • Robert Bonilla, Men’s Swimming (Guatemala) 1980 Summer Olympics (7) • Lori Endicott, Volleyball (U.S.) • Phil Cahoy, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S. - BOYCOTT) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (South Africa) • Reynaldo Castro, Men’s Swimming (Dominican Republic) • Jose Isaza, Men’s Swimming (Panama) • John Ebito, Men’s Swimming (Nigeria) • Emma Johnson, Women’s Swimming (Australia) • Larry Gerard, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S. - BOYCOTT) • Valery Kalmikovs, Men’s Swimming (Latvia) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S. - BOYCOTT) • Dieudonne Kwizera, Men’s Track & Field (Berundi) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Lenka Manhalova, Women’s Swimming (Czech Republic) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Nicola Martial, Women’s Track & Field (Guyana) • Frank Mensah, Men’s Track & Field (Ghana) 1984 Summer Olympics (10) • Terrie Miller, Women’s Swimming (Norway) • Janet Burke, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Helene Muller, Women’s Swimming (South Africa) • Reynaldo Castro, Men’s Swimming (Dominican Republic) • Patricia Nadler, Women’s Track & Field (Switzerland) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S.) • Julia Russell, Women’s Swimming (South Africa) • Jim Mikus, Men’s Gymnastics (U.S. - ALTERNATE) • Lori Sippel, Softball (Canada) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Balazs Tolgyesi, Men’s Track & Field (Hungary) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 22

23 • Linetta Wilson, Women’s Track & Field (U.S.) 2012 Summer Olympics (14) • Anna Windsor, Women’s Swimming (Australia) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (Sweden) • Chelsea Aubry, Women’s Basketball (Canada) • Ade Dagunduro, Men’s Basketball (Nigeria) 2000 Summer Olympics (16) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling (U.S.) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (Sweden) • Gyorgyi Farkas, Women’s Track & Field (Hungary) • Juan Benavides, Men’s Swimming (Spain) • Lehann Fourie, Men’s Track & Field (South Africa) • Javier Botello, Men’s Swimming (Spain) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball (U.S.) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling (U.S.) • Karina LeBlanc, Soccer (Canada) • Elvira Fischer, Women’s Swimming (Austria) • Aleks Maric, Men’s Basketball (Australia) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (South Africa) • Chante McMillan, Women’s Track & Field (U.S.) • Valery Kalmikovs, Men’s Swimming (Latvia) • Carl Myerscough, Men’s Track & Field (Great Britain) • Matt Lindland, Wrestling (U.S.) • Amber Neben (Parkinson), Women’s Cycling • Helene Muller, Women’s Swimming (South Africa) (Women’s T&F) (U.S.) • Jimmy Pino, Men’s Track & Field (Colombia) • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field (Latvia) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Jamaica) • Brittany Timko, Soccer (Canada) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (Australia) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field (Colombia) • Jelena Stanisavljevic, Women’s Track & Field (Yugoslavia) 2016 Summer Olympics (9) • Allison Weston, Volleyball (U.S.) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (Sweden) • Michael Windisch, Men’s Swimming (Austria) • Kayla Banwarth, Volleyball (U.S.) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling (U.S.) • Marusa Cernjul, Women’s Track & Field (Slovenia) 2004 Summer Olympics (14) • Gyorgyi Farkas, Women’s Track & Field (Hungary) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (Sweden) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball (U.S.) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling (U.S.) • Danielle Page, Women’s Basketball (Serbia) • Stephanie Skegas, Softball (Greece) • Sarah Pavan, Volleyball (Canada) • Sheena Lawrick, Softball (Canada) • Kelsey Robinson, Volleyball (U.S.) • Nenad Loncar, Men’s Track & Field (Serbia and Montenegro) • Miles Ukaoma, Men’s Track & Field (Nigeria) • Priscilla Lopes, Women’s Track & Field (Canada) • Nancy Metcalf, Volleyball (U.S.) • Dimitrijs Milkevics, Men’s Track & Field (Latvia) Multi-Time Olympians • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (Slovenia) 7-Time Olympian (1) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (Australia) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field (Latvia) Jamaica (1980, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, • Dace Ruskule, Women’s Track & Field (Latvia) 2000) • Adam Stern, Baseball (Canada) Slovenia (2004) • Brad Vering, Wrestling (U.S.) 6-Time Olympian (1) 2006 Winter Olympics (1) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming & • Curtis Tomasevicz, Bobsled (Football) (U.S.) Diving Sweden (1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2008 Summer Olympics (16) 2016) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (Sweden) • Brian Duensing, Baseball (U.S.) 4-Time Olympian (1) • Gyorgyi Farkas, Women’s Track & Field (Hungary) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field • Dusty Jonas, Men’s Track & Field (U.S.) Jamaica (1972, 1976, 1980, 1984) • Sheena Lawrick, Softball (Canada) • Karina LeBlanc, Soccer (Canada) 3-Time Olympians (4) • Priscilla Lopes, Women’s Track & Field (Canada) • Gyorgyi Farkas, Women’s Track & Field: • Robin Mackin, Softball (Canada) Hungary (2008, 2012, 2016) • Dimitrijs Milkevics, Men’s Track & Field (Latvia) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming & Diving • Amber Neben (Parkinson), Women’s Cycling South Africa (1992, 1996, 2000) (Women’s T&F) (U.S.) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming & Diving • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (Australia) Australia (2000, 2004, 2008) • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field (Latvia) • Ineta Radevica, Women’s Track & Field • Adam Stern, Baseball (Canada) Latvia (2004, 2008, 2012) • Brittany Timko, Soccer (Canada) • Amy Walsh, Soccer (Canada) 2-Time Olympians (26) • Brad Vering, Wrestling (U.S.) • Juan Benavides, Men’s Swimming: Spain (1996, 2000) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling: 2010 Winter Olympics (2) U.S. (2012, 2016) • Shelley-Ann Brown, Bobsled • Dan Brand, Wrestling: (Women’s Track & Field) (Canada) U.S. (1960, 1964) • Curtis Tomasevicz, Bobsled (Football) (U.S.) • Reynaldo Castro, Men’s Swimming: Dominican Republic (1980, 1984) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 23

24 • John Ebito, Men’s Swimming: Olympians by Country Nigeria (1976, 1980) • United States (34) • Lori Endicott, Volleyball: • Canada (13) U.S. (1992, 1996) • Jamaica (12) • Keith Gardner, Men’s Track & Field: • South Africa (6) Jamaica (1956, 1960) • Australia (4) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling: • Austria (4) U.S. (2000, 2004) • Latvia (4) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics: • Sweden (4) U.S. (1980, 1984) • Hungary (3) • Lynn Headley, Men’s Track & Field: • Nigeria (3) Jamaica (1964, 1968) • Colombia (2) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics: • Serbia and Montenegro (2) U.S. (1984, 1988) • Slovenia (2) • Valery Kalmikovs, Men’s Swimming: • Switzerland (2) Latvia (1996, 2000) • Bermuda (1) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball: • Berundi (1) U.S. (2012, 2016) • Bosnia (1) • Sheena Lawrick, Softball: • Czech Republic (1) Canada (2004, 2008) • Dominican Republic (1) • Karina LeBlanc, Soccer: • Ghana (1) Canada (2008, 2012) • Great Britain (1) • Priscilla Lopes, Women’s Track & Field: • Greece (1) Canada (2004, 2008) • Guatemala (1) • Dimitrijs Milkevics, Men’s Track & Field: • Guyana (1) Latvia (2004, 2008) • Norway (1) • Helene Muller, Women’s Swimming: • Panama (1) South Africa (1996, 2000) • Spain (1) • Amber Neben (Parkinson), Cycling (Women’s • Yugoslavia (1) Track & Field): U.S. (2008, 2012) Olympic Game Appearances • Leighton Priestley, Men’s Track & Field: • United States (43) Jamaica (1972, 1976) • Jamaica (24) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field: • Canada (18) Colombia (1992, 2000) • South Africa (9) • Adam Stern, Baseball: • Latvia (8) Canada (2004, 2008) • Sweden (6) • Marcia Tate, Women’s Track & Field: • Australia (6) Jamaica (1984, 1988) • Hungary (5) • Brittany Timko, Soccer: • Austria (4) Canada (2008, 2012) • Nigeria (4) • Curtis Tomasevicz, Bobsled (Football): • Colombia (3) U.S. (2006, 2010) • Dominican Republic (2) • Brad Vering, Wrestling: • Serbia and Montenegro (2) U.S. (2004, 2008) • Slovenia (2) • Spain (2) • Switzerland (2) • Bermuda (1) • Berundi (1) • Bosnia (1) • Czech Republic (1) • Ghana (1) • Great Britain (1) • Greece (1) • Guatemala (1) • Guyana (1) • Norway (1) • Panama (1) • Yugoslavia (1) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 24

25 Olympic Medalists • Huskers have combined to win 47 Olympic medals, including 11 gold medals, 11 silver medals and 25 bronze medals Merlene Ottey (Women’s Track & Field) has won the most Olympic medals of any Husker (8) • Donald Quarrie (Men’s Track & Field) has won the most Olympic medals of any male Husker (4) • • Eight Huskers have won multiple Olympic medals • Penny Heyns (Women’s Swimming) is the only Husker to win multiple Olympic gold medals • Curtis Tomasevicz (Football) and Shelley-Ann Brown (Women’s Track & Field) are the only Huskers to win medals in the Winter Olympics (Tomasevicz - Bobsled gold in 2010; Brown - Bobsled silver in 2010) By Medal All Sports (47) • Keith Gardner, Men’s Track & Field - Bronze (1960) Gold (11) • Dan Brand, Wrestling - Bronze (1964) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1968) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field - Gold (1968) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (1976) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field - Bronze (1968) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics (1984) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field - Gold (1976) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics (1984) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field - Silver (1976) • Trent Dimas, Men’s Gymnastics (1992) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1980) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (1996) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field - Bronze (1980) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (1996) • Jim Hartung, Men’s Gymnastics - Gold (1984) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (2000) • Scott Johnson, Men’s Gymnastics - Gold (1984) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1984) • Curtis Tomasevicz, Bobsled (Football) (2010) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1984) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling (2012) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field - Silver (1984) • Trent Dimas, Men’s Gymnastics - Gold (1992) ilver (11) S • Lori Endicott, Volleyball - Bronze (1992) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (1976) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1992) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (1984) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1992) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming - Gold (1996) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming - Gold (1996) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Silver (1996) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Silver (1996) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1996) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (2000) • Linetta Wilson, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (1996) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (2008) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming - Silver (2000) • Shelley-Ann Brown, Bobsled (Women’s T&F) - Silver (2010) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming - Silver (2000) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball (2012) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming - Bronze (2000) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming - Bronze (2000) Bronze (25) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming - Gold (2000) • Keith Gardner, Men’s Track & Field (1960) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming - Silver (2000) • Dan Brand, Wrestling (1964) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling - Gold (2000) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (1968) • Matt Lindland, Wrestling - Bronze (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1980) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Silver (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1984) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (2000) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1984) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling - Bronze (2004) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1992) • Brian Duensing, Baseball - Bronze (2008) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (1980) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming - Bronze (2008) • Ximena Restrepo, Women’s Track & Field (1992) • Priscilla Lopes, Women’s Track & Field - Bronze (2008) • Lori Endicott, Volleyball (1992) • Shelley-Ann Brown, Bobsled (Women’s T&F) - Silver (2010) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Curtis Tomasevicz, Bobsled (Football) - Gold (2010) • Linetta Wilson, Women’s Track & Field (1996) • Jordan Burroughs, Wrestling - Gold (2012) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (2000) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball - Silver (2012) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (2000) • Karina LeBlanc, Soccer - Bronze (2012) • Matt Lindland, Wrestling (2000) • Brittany Timko, Soccer - Bronze (2012) • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (2000) • Kayla Banwarth, Volleyball - Bronze (2016) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling (2004) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball - Bronze (2016) • Brian Duensing, Baseball (2008) • Danielle Page, Basketball - Bronze (2016) • Priscilla Lopes, Women’s Track & Field (2008) • Kelsey Robinson, Volleyball - Bronze (2016) • Karina LeBlanc, Soccer (2012) • Brittany Timko, Soccer (2012) • Kayla Banwarth, Volleyball (2016) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball (2016) • Danielle Page, Basketball (2016) • Kelsey Robinson, Volleyball (2016) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 25

26 Multiple Medalists • Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (9) • Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (4) • Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (3) • Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (3) • Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (3) • Rulon Gardner, Wrestling (2) • Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (2) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball (2) Merlene Ottey, Women’s Track & Field (9) • Silver: 100-Meter Dash (1996) • Silver: 200-Meter Dash (1996) • Silver: 4x100-Meter Relay (2000) • Bronze: 200-Meter Dash (1980) • Bronze: 100-Meter Dash (1984) • Bronze: 200-Meter Dash (1984) • Bronze: 200-Meter Dash (1992) • Bronze: 4x100-Meter Relay (1996) • Bronze: 100-Meter Dash (2000) Donald Quarrie, Men’s Track & Field (4) • Gold: 200-Meter Dash (1976) • Silver: 100-Meter Dash (1976) • Silver: 4x100-Meter Relay (1984) • Bronze: 200-Meter Dash (1980) Penny Heyns, Women’s Swimming (3) • Gold: 100-Meter Breaststroke (1996) • Gold: 200-Meter Breaststroke (1996) • Bronze: 100-Meter Breaststroke (2000) Therese Alshammar, Women’s Swimming (3) • Silver: 50-Meter Freestyle (2000) • Silver: 100-Meter Freestyle (2000) • Bronze: 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay (2000) Adam Pine, Men’s Swimming (3) • Gold: 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay (2000) • Silver: 4x100-Meter Medley Relay (2000) • Bronze: 4x100-Meter Medley Relay (2008) Charlie Greene, Men’s Track & Field (2) • Gold: 4x100-Meter Relay (1968) • Bronze: 100-Meter Dash (1968) Rulon Gardner, Wrestling (2) • Gold: Greco-Roman Heavyweight (2000) • Bronze: Greco-Roman Heavyweight (2004) Jordan Larson, Volleyball (2) • Silver: Volleyball (2012) • Bronze: Volleyball (2016) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 26

27 Nebraska Retired Jerseys • 44 Huskers have their jersey retired • 6 Huskers have had their number permanently retired • Tom Novak was the first Husker to have his jersey retired and the first Husker to have his number permanently retired • Cathy Noth (Volleyball) was the first female Husker to have her jersey retired in 1988 Chronological (44) By Sport Football (25) • Tom Novak, Football (No. 60 in 1949)* • Tom Novak (No. 60 in 1949)* • Johnny Rodgers, Football (No. 20 in 1972) • Johnny Rodgers (No. 20 in 1972) • Rich Glover, Football (No. 79 in 1972) • Rich Glover (No. 79 in 1972) • Dave Rimington, Football (No. 50 in 1982) • Dave Rimington (No. 50 in 1982) • Mike Rozier, Football (No. 30 in 1983) • Mike Rozier (No. 30 in 1983) • Dean Steinkuhler (No. 71 in 1983) • Dean Steinkuhler, Football (No. 71 in 1983) • Larry Jacobson (No. 75 in 1994) • Dave Hoppen, Men’s Basketball (No. 42 in 1986) • Will Shields (No. 75 in 1994) • Cathy Noth, Volleyball (No. 11 in 1988) • Trev Alberts (No. 34 in 1994) • Karen Dahlgren, Volleyball (No. 13 in 1989) • Zach Wiegert (No. 74 in 1995) • Stuart Lantz, Men’s Basketball (No. 22 in 1989) • Tommie Frazier (No. 15 in 1996) • Lori Endicott, Volleyball (No. 23 in 1992) • Aaron Taylor (No. 67 in 1998) • Grant Wistrom (No. 98 in 1998) • Larry Jacobson, Football (No. 75 in 1994) • Dominic Raiola (No. 54 in 2002) • Will Shields, Football (No. 75 in 1994) • Eric Crouch (No. 7 in 2002) • Trev Alberts, Football (No. 34 in 1994) • Bob Brown (No. 64 in 2004)* • Lori Sippel, Softball (No. 16 in 1995)* • Ndamukong Suh (No. 93 in 2009) • Zach Wiegert, Football (No. 74 in 1995) • Guy Chamberlin (Number not available, 2017) • Clarence Swanson (No. 1 in 2017) • Karen Jennings, Women’s Basketball (No. 51 in 1995) • Ed Weir (No. 35 in 2017) • Tommie Frazier, Football (No. 15 in 1996) • George Sauer (No. 25 in 2017) • Allison Weston, Volleyball (No. 18 in 1997) • Sam Francis (No. 38 in 2017) • Aaron Taylor, Football (No. 67 in 1998) • Forrest Behm (No. 33 in 2017) • Grant Wistrom, Football (No. 98 in 1998) • Bobby Reynolds (No. 12 in 2017) • Wayne Meylan (No. 66 in 2017) • Denise Day, Softball (No. 10 in 1999)* • Julie Geis, Softball (No. 15 in 2001)* Men’s Basketball (4) • Dominic Raiola, Football (No. 54 in 2002) • Dave Hoppen (No. 42 in 1986) • Eric Crouch, Football (No. 7 in 2002) • Stuart Lantz (No. 22 in 1989) • Bob Brown, Football (No. 64 in 2004)* • Eric Piatkowski (No. 52 in 2006) • Janet Kruse, Volleyball (No. 17 in 2004) • Tyronn Lue (No. 10 in 2017) • Eric Piatkowski, Men’s Basketball (No. 52 in 2006) Softball (4) • Stephanie Thater, Volleyball (No. 2 in 2008) • Lori Sippel (No. 16 in 1995)* • Ndamukong Suh, Football (No. 93 in 2009) • Denise Day (No. 10 in 1999)* • Peaches James, Softball (No. 42 in 2010)* • Julie Geis (No. 15 in 2001)* • Maurtice Ivy, Women’s Basketball (No. 30 in 2011) • Peaches James (No. 42 in 2010)* • Nancy Metcalf, Volleyball (No. 7 in 2012) • Kelsey Griffin, Women’s Basketball (No. 23 in 2014) Women’s Basketball (3) • Karen Jennings (No. 51 in 1995) • Tyronn Lue, Men’s Basketball (No. 10 in 2017) • Maurtice Ivy (No. 30 in 2011) • Guy Chamberlin, Football (Number not available, 2017) • Kelsey Griffin (No. 23 in 2014) • Clarence Swanson, Football (No. 1 in 2017) • Ed Weir, Football (No. 35 in 2017) Volleyball (8) • George Sauer, Football (No. 25 in 2017) • Cathy Noth (No. 11 in 1988) • Sam Francis, Football (No. 38 in 2017) • Karen Dahlgren (No. 13 in 1989) • Lori Endicott (No. 23 in 1992) • Forrest Behm, Football (No. 33 in 2017) • Allison Weston (No. 18 in 1997) • Bobby Reynolds, Football (No. 12 in 2017) • Janet Kruse (No. 17 in 2004) • Wayne Meylan, Football (No. 66 in 2017) • Stephanie Thater (No. 2 in 2008) • Jordan Larson, Volleyball (No. 10 in 2017) • Nancy Metcalf (No. 7 in 2012) • Jordan Larson (No. 10 in 2017) *Number permanently retired *Number permanently retired Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 18-19 20 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 27

28 The History of Nebraska Football Football F ans celebrated by waving banners of old gold. "The Johnny Bender and Charles Borg went undefeated, untied score stood 10 to nothing in the state university s favor and ' and unscored upon. Booth's teams produced a 24-game great and loud were the yells that filled the atmosphere," 27 counting exhibition victories against - winning streak Lincoln High School. The 24-game winning streak stood a newspaper account said. The date was Nov. 27, 1890. The state university was as a school record until the 1995 season, when a 62-24 Nebraska, which had just defeated a team representing the victory against Florida in the Fiesta Bowl game extended a Cornhusker winning streak to 25. Omaha YMCA. The game, composed of a 35-minute first The streak reached 26 before ending at Arizona half and a 43-minute second half, was played in Omaha. So began Nebraska ' State in 1996. s rich football tradition. s first Booth, a Princeton graduate, "raised Nebraska from a It was an abbreviated opening "season." Nebraska ' football team played only one other game, in February of second-rate team among those of the Missouri Valley to a position where even the leaders of the Conference look 1891, an 18-0 victory against Doane College in Crete, upon her as an opponent to be feared," according to the s Neb. Whether or not Dr. Langdon Frothingham, the team ' "coach," was still at Nebraska when the team traveled to university's student newspaper in 1905. Crete is unclear. Frothingham, a new faculty member Booth's coaching success was soon overshadowed when from Harvard, was made the coach primarily because he Ewald O. "Jumbo" Stiehm was hired as coach in 1911. Stiehm's teams, the "Stiehm Rollers," were a combined had brought a football with him. He returned to Boston 35-2-3 in five seasons. He remains the winningest football in 1891, probably before that second game. Nebraska didn't actually have a football coach until coach by percentage (.913) in school history. The "Stiehm Rollers" won five Missouri Valley 1893, when Frank Crawford was hired for an amount Conference championships and had a school-record 34- reported to have been between $300 and $500. His salary game unbeaten streak. In 1914, they were 7-0-1 and included room and board. Crawford also played quarterback argued that they were deserving of a mythical national in at least one game during his brief tenure as coach. title. In 1915, they were even better, going 8-0 and again Nebraska's first game against an opponent from outside claiming the right to be called national champions. The the state was in 1891, when Iowa won a game played Cornhuskers were considered to play in the Rose Bowl in Omaha, 22-0. The first victory against an out-of-state game after the 1915 season, but the university's athletic opponent came in 1892, when George Flippin led Nebraska past Illinois at Lincoln. The score was 6-0. board voted to turn down any such invitation. Flippin was the first African-American athlete at During Stiehm's tenure as coach, Nebraska produced its first official All-America players - Vic Halligan and Nebraska and only the fifth black athlete at a predominantly white university. Because of Flippin's presence on the Guy Chamberlin, "The Champ." Chamberlin, who came roster, Missouri refused to play a scheduled game with from Blue Springs, Neb., played two years at Nebraska Nebraska at Omaha in 1892. The result was a 1-0 forfeit. Wesleyan before being enticed to transfer to Nebraska. Stiehm left NU after the 1915 season because the In the early years, Nebraska's football team had university turned down his demand that he be paid an several nicknames, including Tree-planters, Rattlesnake Boys, Antelopes, Old Gold Knights (which didn't work annual salary of $4,250 to serve as football coach and he also coached the basketball team. The well after the school colors were made scarlet and cream - athletic director Cornhuskers quickly overcame his departure and continued around 1900) and Bugeaters. The team was first called to enjoy national respect. After Coach Fred Dawson's first Cornhuskers in 1899. Charles "Cy" Sherman, sports editor team defeated Pittsburgh (coached by Pop Warner) 10-0 of the Nebraska State Journal at the time, assigned the in 1921, an Eastern newspaper described the mighty nickname. Sherman, who later gained national prominence as Cornhuskers as "Mankilling Mastodons." the sports editor of The Lincoln Star, was known as the As with everything else in this country, Cornhusker "father of the Cornhuskers" and was made an honorary football felt the profound effects of World War I. But the end of the war ushered in the Roaring 20s, a time ' member of the Nebraska letterman's club. not only of prohibition, flappers and Model T Fords but Nebraska was an independent football power in the Midwest by then, under the direction of Coach Walter C. one in which Nebraska and Notre Dame regularly played football against each other. An 11-game series involving "Bummy" Booth. the schools began with a 20-19 Cornhusker victory in "Nebraska occupies a unique position in western Lincoln in 1915 and ended with Nebraska's 17-0 victory football," a newspaper account in 1903 said. "Too strong to find fearful competitors, the Cornhuskers can almost at Memorial Stadium in 1925. The Cornhuskers' only loss in 1921 was against the weep with Alexander the Great because they have no more Fighting Irish, 7-0 at Lincoln. NU handed Notre Dame its teams to conquer." Booth coached Nebraska from 1900 to 1905, with his only defeat in 1922, winning at South Bend, 14-6, and teams compiling a 46-8-1 record. In 1902, a team featuring setting the stage for what was probably the greatest drama Milestone Games 200 400 100 300 1 Oct. 29, 1938 Oct. 31, 1914 Nov. 27, 1890 Oct. 15, 1927 Oct. 17, 1903 NU 58 NU 20 Missouri 13 NU 10 NU 16 Grinnell 0 Iowa St. 7 Omaha YMCA 0 NU 10 Haskell 0 Omaha, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 28

29 of Cornhusker football during the Roaring ' 20s. On Nov. the governor lead the singing of the school song, "There 10, 1923, before what one newspaper called "the greatest Is No Place Like Nebraska." crowd ever assembled in the Missouri Valley to witness a The 1940 team featured All-Americans Warren Alfson football game" at Memorial Stadium, Nebraska defeated and Forrest Behm. Though it lost, 21-13, to a Stanford Knute Rockne's "wonder team." The score was 14-7, team that featured quarterback Frankie Albert and the Football and the Cornhusker star was Ed Weir, a sophomore from innovative T-formation offense, it retains a special place Superior, Neb., who would earn All-America recognition in Cornhusker history. Hall of Fame Coach Bob Devaney used to joke that he'd been in the state several years in both 1924 and 1925. Weir led the way to a similarly before he found out the Cornhuskers had lost the 1941 impressive 14-0 victory against Illinois and Red Grange Rose Bowl game. in the 1925 season-opener at Champaign, Ill. Jones left for military service after a 4-5 season in On Oct. 13, 1923, Nebraska played its first game in Memorial Stadium, which replaced a field that ran east 1941, the first in a string of losing seasons that didn't Stadium. The end until 1950. After Jones' departure, Nebraska had six and west just to the south of Memorial head coaches in the next eight years. Among the six was Nebraska Athletic Field had been used since 1909. It could A.J. Lewandowski, a four-sport Cornhusker letterman who, accommodate, at most, approximately 10,000 fans, which wasn't enough, given the growing popularity of Nebraska at one time, served not only as head football coach but also head basketball coach, athletic director and athletic football. The Cornhuskers defeated Oklahoma 24-0 that department business manager. One of the few bright spots, day in 1923. It would have been an appropriate way to during an otherwise glum period, was Tom "Train Wreck" dedicate the stadium. The problem was, the Cornhuskers' Novak, who earned All-America recognition as a senior new home wasn't officially dedicated until a week later, on a 4-5 team in 1949. Novak's jersey number (60) was with a scoreless tie against Kansas. A newspaper account the first to be retired by Nebraska. attributed the tie to a "stadium dedication jinx." A year earlier, Nebraska had spoiled the dedication of a new The 1949 team was the first to be coached by Bill stadium at Kansas by defeating the Jayhawks 28-0. Glassford, who produced three winning seasons in his seven years. Glassford's best team was the one in 1950, Dawson, whose teams won three Missouri Valley which featured Bobby Reynolds, a sophomore from Grand Conference titles, was succeeded as coach by E.E. Bearg in 1925. Four years later, D.X. Bible arrived. Island, Neb., who rushed for 1,342 yards and scored 157 Bible, who came from Texas A&M, wasn't Nebraska's points. The 1950 Cornhuskers were 6-2-1 and finished first choice to replace Bearg. Nebraska tried to lure second in the Big Seven Conference. Rockne from Notre Dame. He declined and suggested Reynolds was hampered by injuries as a junior and the Cornhuskers approach Bible, who had turned A&M senior and couldn't duplicate the offensive statistics that earned him national recognition and the nickname "Mr. into a Southwest Conference powerhouse. Bible coached the Cornhuskers from 1929 to 1936. Touchdown" as a sophomore. Glassford's 1954 team also finished second in the His teams won six Big Six titles and featured a number conference and earned a trip to the Orange Bowl because of All-Americans, among them Ray Richards, Hugh Rhea, Lawrence Ely, George Sauer and Sam Francis. Bible's Big Seven champion Oklahoma, in the midst of an NCAA- record 47-game winning streak, wasn't allowed to make a best team probably was the one in 1933, the year Sauer earned All-America recognition. The Cornhuskers finished return trip to the bowl under a "no-repeat" rule. Nebraska, which had lost to Coach Bud Wilkinson's Sooners 55-7, 8-1, their only loss coming at Pittsburgh. After the 1936 season, in which Nebraska ranked didn't fare much better in Miami, losing to Duke 34-7. Glassford resigned, after considerable controversy and No. 9 in the first Associated Press poll, Bible left in the a player revolt, following the 1955 season. Six losing same direction from which he had come, accepting a job seasons, the last five under Coach Bill Jennings, followed. at Texas. Bible was quickly replaced by Major Lawrence Jennings was a popular assistant under Pete Elliott, who McCeney "Biff" Jones, who had coached at Army, LSU spent only one season as head coach. and Oklahoma. Though Jennings' teams never produced winning Cornhusker football was important to the state in the late 1930s. With the Great Depression coming to an end, records, they had a knack for dramatic upsets, the most notable being a 25-21 Homecoming victory against it gave Nebraskans something in which to take pride. Bowl Oklahoma on Halloween in 1959. The victory ended the games are taken for granted by Nebraska fans now. The consecutive bowl Sooners' record of 74 consecutive conference games Cornhuskers made an NCAA-record 3 5 without defeat. They had won 44 consecutive conference . But Nebraska had never been to from 1969 to 2003 trips games. a postseason bowl when Jones' fourth team accepted an The Cornhuskers opened the 1960 season by defeating invitation to play in the Rose Bowl game on Jan. 1, 1941. fourth-ranked Texas in Austin, 14-13. But such upsets The celebration that followed the acceptance of the couldn't salvage Jennings' job, and he resigned after a school's first bowl bid lasted 24 hours in Lincoln, according to newspaper reports. University classes were canceled, 3-6-1 record in 1961. and students stormed the state capitol, demanding that Devaney was hired by Athletic Director William H. Milestone Games 900 500 700 800 600 Oct. 22, 1949 Oct. 19, 1985 Oct. 1, 1977 Oct. 24, 1959 Sept. 20, 1969 NU 31 Oklahoma 48 NU 28 Missouri 9 USC 31 Indiana 13 NU 0 Missouri 20 NU 0 NU 21 Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 29

30 "Tippy" Dye after a search based on Dye's stated goals The 1994 season began in late August at the Kickoff Classic and concluded with a dramatic, come-from- of Nebraska's being No. 1 in the nation in football and Football behind, 24-17 victory against Miami in the Orange Bowl getting the best football coach in the country, regardless game to clinch Osborne’s first national championship. of who he was or where he was. Both goals were achieved. Jennings was an excellent recruiter, and Devaney The season was full of memorable moments, including a much-publicized quarterback situation, with three different inherited talented players when he arrived from Wyoming quarterbacks starting games during the season. At the start in 1962. That was apparent from the beginning as Devaney turned the program around immediately. Despite a 47-8-0 of the year, Tommie Frazier led the Huskers. But he was record and five bowl appearances in his first five seasons sidelined in midseason by a blood clot problem in his leg. at Nebraska, Devaney had detractors following 6-4 records In Frazier's absence, Brook Berringer became the starter. Berringer had problems of his own, suffering a partially in 1967 and 1968. The Cornhuskers' recruiting efforts fell collapsed lung, which led to walk-on Matt Turman taking off, and some boosters wanted Devaney and his staff fired. his turn as the starter. Through it all, a dominating offensive In 1969, the offense was redesigned. The Cornhuskers line led by Outland Trophy winner Zach Wiegert, and a went to an I-formation with a balanced line, at the suggestion of then-assistant coach Tom Osborne, punishing defense carried the Cornhuskers and allowed them to claim the school's first national championship and recruiting picked up because of the change in in 23 seasons. offensive philosophy. Nebraska began an NCAA-record streak of nine-win seasons in 1969 (which reached 33 In 1995, Nebraska became only the ninth major program to win back-to-back national championships in 2002) and set the stage for back- before ending to-back national championships in 1970 and 1971. since the Associated Press established its rankings in 1936. The Cornhuskers overwhelmed every opponent, The Cornhuskers won their final seven games in 1969, including a victory against Georgia in the Sun Bowl, to including No. 2 Florida in the Fiesta Bowl game, with an offense that averaged 399.8 rushing yards per game and initiate a 32-game unbeaten streak that didn't end until the first game of the 1972 season, Devaney's last year as aggressive and opportunistic defense. n a According to the computer rankings of Jeff Sagarin, head coach. He had planned to retire as coach after the 1971 season but was convinced to stay one more year to published regularly in USA Today, the 1995 Nebraska team was the best in modern collegiate history (post- try to win an unprecedented third consecutive national title. 1956). The 1971 Cornhuskers were a close second in The first championship season, in 1970, came on the Sagarin's rankings, and the 1972 team, despite finishing heels of a 17-12 victory against Louisiana State in the Orange Bowl. Nebraska went into the game ranked No. 9-2-1, was 10th. The 1995 national championship might have been 3 in the Associated Press poll, but both teams ahead an unprecedented third in a row for Nebraska if Byron of the Cornhuskers lost that day. There was no such Bennett's 45-yard field goal attempt with one second suspense in 1971. Nebraska began the season ranked remaining in the 1994 Orange Bowl game had been No. 2 by the Associated Press and moved up to No. 1 after a 34-7 victory in its opener against Oregon. The successful. The kick sailed wide left and heavily favored Florida State escaped with an 18-16 victory against a Cornhuskers remained atop the AP poll all season, as they Cornhusker team that had gone through the regular season defeated second-ranked Oklahoma in what was, and still undefeated and untied. is, called the "Game of the Century" on Thanksgiving Day A restructured defense, which included Butkus in Norman, Okla., and wrapped up the title by defeating second-ranked Alabama 38-6 in the Orange Bowl game Award-winning outside linebacker Trev Alberts, helped on New Year’s night. put Nebraska in a position to play for the 1993 season’s national championship. Big Eight Conference teams finished an unprecedented The last time an Osborne-coached team had been in first (Nebraska), second (Oklahoma) and third (Colorado) in the final AP poll for the 1971 season. The Cornhuskers' a position to win a national title was in 1983, when the Huskers began the season in the first Kickoff Classic Larry Jacobson was voted the Outland Trophy winner. The 1971 Nebraska team is widely regarded as being among ranked No. 1. After 12 consecutive victories, a missed two-point conversion at the end of the Orange Bowl game the best in college football history. Cornhusker All-Americans became commonplace against Miami cost Nebraska the national title, 31-30. But during Devaney's tenure as coach. Among the 18 who Osborne's decision to go for two points, instead of settling for an almost-certain tie, earned him national respect. The received such recognition were Johnny Rodgers, who won the Heisman Trophy in 1972, and Rich Glover, who won 1983 team, nicknamed "The Scoring Explosion," featured - the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award that same season. Turner Gill, Mike a backfield that included the "Triplets" Devaney, who succeeded Dye as athletic director, Rozier and Irving Fryar. picked his own successor as coach - Rozier set the school record for rushing yards in a season, Osborne. And the gaining 2,148 to lead the nation, and was awarded the success continued, uninterrupted. Under Osborne, the Cornhuskers won or shared 13 conference championships second Heisman Trophy in Cornhusker history. Offensive and won national championships in 1994, 1995 and 1997. guard Dean Steinkuhler became Nebraska's third winner Milestone Games 1,275 1,200 1,000 1,100 Oct. 17, 2009 Oct. 20, 2001 Dec. 27, 2014 Nov. 6, 1993 NU 21 USC 45 Texas Tech 31 NU 41 NU 10 Kansas 20 Nebraska 42 Texas Tech 31 Lincoln, Neb. Lawrence, Kan. 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31 fifth all-time. His achievements are such that the National of both the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award in 1983. Football Foundation waived its three-year waiting period Dave Rimington won both awards (the Outland was his so that he could be inducted into its Hall of Fame in second) in 1982, playing for a team that probably was more balanced, overall, than the 1983 team. The 1982 December of 1998. Cornhuskers also finished with a 12-1 record, but their In Osborne's final five seasons, Nebraska was a Football combined 60-3. loss came early in the season, 27-24 to Penn State at State College, Pa. That Nebraska team was ranked No. "I want to make sure when I leave this program I leave it in the best shape I possibly can," Osborne said. "So I'm 3 in the final national polls of both major wire services. Nebraska won three consecutive Big Eight very anxious that anybody who is thinking about going to the University of Nebraska understands that there championships from 1981 to 1983 and shared the title t a whole lot (that probably isn ' ' s) going to change. One with Oklahoma in 1984. The Cornhuskers entered the Big 12 as winners of the last five Big Eight titles and reached guy ' s moving out. But in terms of the overall program, in hampionship G ame in St. Louis. Had C the first Big 12 terms of stability, in terms of our ability to get the job " done, not much is going to change. they not been upset by Texas, they would have played for yet another national championship in the 1997 Sugar To that end, Osborne, with Athletic Director Bill Byrne's sanction, picked long-time assistant and former Cornhusker Bowl game. fullback Frank Solich as his replacement. Despite being Nebraska returned to the Big 12 playoff in 1997 and defeated Texas A&M for its first title in the new conference beset by injuries, Solich's first team won nine games in 1998 to claim Nebraska's 30th consecutive bowl trip. His on the way to becoming only the second major college second team went 12-1, avenging its only loss to Texas in program since national rankings were established by the Big 12 Championship Game and defeating Tennessee the Associated Press to win three national titles in four seasons. Notre Dame won national championships in in the Fiesta Bowl game to finish No. 2 (ESPN/Coaches) 1946, 1947 and 1949. and No. 3 (AP) in the national rankings. The 1999 team may have been Solich's best, even A 27-14 victory at Washington, which was ranked No. though the 2001 team, led by NU's third Heisman Trophy 2 or No. 3 in the nation depending on the poll, certified winner Eric Crouch, played for the BCS national title in the Cornhuskers as national championship contenders. A 45-38 overtime victory at Missouri kept their title hopes the Rose Bowl against a Miami team laden with NFL talent. The trip to Pasadena for the "granddaddy" alive. And a 42-17 victory against No. 3 Tennessee in the of all bowl games was Nebraska's first since its first-ever bowl Orange Bowl boosted them to the top of the USA Today/ trip, following the 1940 season. ESPN coaches’ poll. The Missouri game was the most memorable. The Defining plays in Crouch's Heisman Trophy dash Cornhuskers trailed 38-31 with 1:02 remaining, no included a 95-yard touchdown run against Missouri and a timeouts and a first down at their own 33-yard line. 63-yard scoring catch in a 20-10 upset of No. 2 Oklahoma. Quarterback Scott Frost took them down the field in seven Solich coached for two more seasons, making dramatic changes on his staff following a 7-7 record in 2002. His plays, all passes, the last deflected by Shevin Wiggins and caught by Matt Davison. 2003 team went 9-3 in the regular season, before adding Davison's cradling of the ball in the end zone, with an Alamo Bowl win. no time remaining, immediately went down among the Despite going 58-19 (.753 winning percentage) in his greatest plays in Nebraska football history, along with six seasons at the helm of the Huskers, Solich was removed by first-year Athletic Director Steve Pederson following Rodgers' punt return for a touchdown in the 1971 "Game Nebraska's 31-22 win at Colorado on Nov. 28, 2003. of the Century" and Jerry Tagge's stretch for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the 1971 Orange Bowl game to With Solich's departure, defensive coordinator Bo give the Cornhuskers their first national championship. Pelini took the reins of the NU program for the Huskers' 2003 Alamo Bowl battle against Michigan State. Pelini's But the 1997 season's most significant event occurred on Dec. 10, when Osborne announced he would step aside defense, which tied a school record by forcing 47 turnovers, including a school-record and nation-leading after the bowl game, to be replaced by long-time assistant 32 interceptions and a nation-leading plus-23 turnover Frank Solich, a three-year Cornhusker letterman as a margin in 2003, silenced a high-powered Spartan passing fullback for Devaney and a co-captain as a senior in 1965. Osborne was head coach for 25 years, the longest attack in a 17-3 Husker victory. tenure in school history. He was Nebraska's 25th head Pelini's first stint as head coach lasted just one game. Pederson hired Bill Callahan, who had led the coach, not counting Frothingham, who was probably the "coach" of the 1890 team in name only. Under Osborne's NFL's Oakland Raiders to Super Bowl XXXVII following the 2002 season. direction, the program achieved remarkable success, exceeding any in its rich history. The Cornhuskers were Callahan was announced as NU's 27th head coach 41 days after Solich's removal. Callahan brought the 255-49-3 under Osborne, a winning percentage of .836. The 255 victories are the sixth-most all-time among major West Coast Offense to Nebraska, and after a 5-6 record college football coaches. The winning percentage ranks Milestone Victories 100 250 300 200 1 Oct. 31, 1925 Nov. 25, 1933 Oct. 24, 1942 Nov. 27, 1890 Nov. 16, 1907 NU 12 NU 7 NU 7 NU 10 NU 63 Oklahoma 0 Oklahoma 0 Iowa 6 Omaha YMCA 0 Denver 0 Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Denver, Colo. 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 31

32 in his first season in 2004, led NU to an after 14 successful seasons at Oregon State, along with time as a head coach in 8-4 mark and a 32-28 win over Michigan Football Consecutive in the 2005 Alamo Bowl. NU won the Big the National Football League and Canadian 12 North Division title under Callahan in Football League. Sellouts 2006, finishing with a 9-5 record after a loss In Riley’s first season, the Huskers to No. 10 Auburn in the 2007 Cotton Bowl. closed 2015 by winning three of their final The Huskers continued to rewrite four games, including a 39-38 upset of unbeaten and eventual Big Ten champion NU's passing records with quarterbacks 1 Sam Keller and Joe Ganz, but Nebraska's Michigan State on Nov. 7. The victory was the Nov. 3, 1962 Huskers’ first win over a top-10 opponent in historically dominant Blackshirt defense struggled in 2007. The Huskers lost six four seasons and marked only the third time Missouri 16 of their final seven games to finish 5-7. in the history of Nebraska football that an NU 7 Pederson was removed as NU's athletic unranked Husker team upset a top-10 foe. director in October, and Chancellor Harvey The Huskers closed out the season in impressive fashion with a Foster Farms Bowl Perlman brought Osborne back as the Huskers' new athletic director. Osborne victory over UCLA at Levi’s Stadium. With the victory, Riley was just the fourth NU coach replaced Callahan, who had led NU to its to win a bowl game in his debut season and first two losing seasons in more than 45 years. Just eight days after Callahan was the only Husker head coach to defeat four bowl teams in his first season. removed and just nine days after NU's 100 Despite finishing with a 6-7 record in season-ending 65-51 loss to Colorado, 2015, Nebraska was competitive in every Pelini and his hard-hitting defensive style Sept. 29, 1979 game. The Huskers did not lose a single returned to Nebraska. NU 42 game by more than 10 points for the first time Osborne officially introduced Pelini as NU's head coach on Dec. 2, 2007, a day since 1999 and in four losses the winning Penn St. 17 after Pelini's LSU defense helped the Tigers points were scored on the opponent’s final to the SEC title. Five weeks later, Pelini offensive play. In 2016, the Huskers were 7-0 to begin guided a swarming LSU squad to a win in the season for the first time since 2001, but the BCS National Championship Game. NU dropped four of its final six games on the Nebraska was 9-4 in Pelini's first season way to a 9-4 record. Quarterback Tommy in 2008, capped by a Gator Bowl victory over Clemson. Pelini's Huskers, powered by Armstrong Jr. capped a spectacular career, as the Cibolo, Texas, native left Nebraska as a stifling defense led by Outland, Lombardi, 200 Nagurski and Bednarik award-winning the career leader in total offense, passing yards, touchdown passes, total touchdowns defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, won the Oct. 29, 1994 Big 12 North in 2009. Along the way, the and quarterback starts. NU 24 Nebraska missed a bowl game in 2017 Huskers celebrated the NCAA-record 300th Colorado 7 for just the fifth time in 56 seasons, dating consecutive sellout at Memorial Stadium with a 55-0 shutout of Louisiana-Lafayette back to 1962, Devaney’s first year at the helm of the program. Stanley Morgan Jr. set on Sept. 26, 2009. Nebraska also capped a NU’s single-season receiving yards record 10-win season with a 33-0 win over Arizona with 986, but the Huskers went just 4-8 in the Holiday Bowl. NU added a 10-win on the season. Athletic Director Bill Moos season and a Big 12 North title in 2010, after announcing it would be Nebraska's relieved Riley of his duties as head coach the day after a season-ending 56-14 loss to last season in the Big 12. Nebraska moved to the Big Ten Iowa. Moos officially introduced the national 300 championship-winning quarterback Frost Conference in 2011 and has compiled nine or 10 wins in five of its seven seasons in the as Nebraska’s 31st head coach on Dec. 2, Sept. 26, 2009 conference. The highlight of NU's time in the 2017, after Frost led Central Florida to an NU 55 Big Ten Conference was an appearance in unbeaten 13-0 season and an American Louisiana-Lafayette 0 Athletic Conference Championship just two the Big Ten Championship Game in 2012, when NU notched a 10-4 overall record. years after suffering an 0-12 campaign in Following the 2014 regular season, the year before Frost took the reins. Nebraska Director of Athletics Shawn Eichorst replaced Pelini with Mike Riley, a veteran of 40 years in the coaching profession. Riley came to the Huskers Milestone Victories 700 800 500 400 600 Oct. 16, 1976 Oct. 14, 2006 Oct. 18, 1986 Oct. 23, 1965 Oct. 5, 1996 NU 48 NU 38 NU 51 NU 21 NU 39 Kansas St. 0 Kansas St. 3 Missouri 17 Colorado 13 Kansas St. 3 Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 32

33 Nebraska Through the Years Year Pct. Score Coach Highlights W-L-T 2-0-0 1.000 28-0 None Undefeated, unscored upon 1890 Football 2-2-0 .500 None Coach Lyman assisted team 1891 72-40 .500 None Omahan J.S. Williams aided 2-2-1 21-40 1892 .583 77-76 1893 3-2-1 Frank Crawford 6-2-0 .750 136-48 Frank Crawford 1894 6-3-0 .667 138-62 Charles Thomas 1895 6-3-1 .650 102-64 E.N. Robinson 1896 5-1-0 84-15 E.N. Robinson 1897 .833 1898 8-3-0 .727 270-78 Fielding H. Yost 1-7-1 .167 1899 A.E. Branch 49-164 1900 .813 112-20 Walter C. Booth 6-1-1 6-2-0 .750 149-52 Walter C. Booth 1901 1902 9-0-0 1.000 159-0 Walter C. Booth Undefeated, unscored upon 1903 10-0-0 268-11 Walter C. Booth Undefeated 1.000 7-3-0 .700 Walter C. Booth Colorado ends 24-game win streak 1904 293-52 .800 296-83 Walter C. Booth 1905 8-2-0 6-4-0 .600 1906 Amos Foster 164-73 1907 .800 323-69 W.C. Cole M.V.C. co-champion 8-2-0 7-2-1 .750 165-93 W.C. Cole 1908 1909 3-3-2 .500 69-53 W.C. Cole 1910 7-1-0 260-36 W.C. Cole M.V.C. champion .875 1911 .750 281-33 E.O. Stiehm M.V.C. co-champion 5-1-2 1912 7-1-0 .875 240-37 E.O. Stiehm M.V.C. co-champion 1913 1.000 138-28 E.O. Stiehm Undefeated, M.V.C. co-champion 8-0-0 1914 7-0-1 .938 174-28 E.O. Stiehm Undefeated, M.V.C. champion; 21 straight games without defeat; Halligan, All-American E.O. Stiehm 1.000 282-39 Undefeated, M.V.C. champion; 1915 8-0-0 29 straight games without defeat; Chamberlin, All-American .750 1916 M.V.C. champion; Kansas ended 145-51 6-2-0 E.J. Stewart unbeaten streak at 34 games 5-2-0 228-33 E.J. Stewart M.V.C. champion 1917 .714 .417 1918 W.G. Kline 2-3-1 53-55 3-3-2 56-60 Henry F. Schulte 1919 .500 .611 151-84 Henry F. Schulte 1920 5-3-1 7-1-0 .875 283-17 Fred T. Dawson M.V.C. champion 1921 7-1-0 1922 276-28 Fred T. Dawson M.V.C. champion .875 4-2-2 112-71 Fred T. Dawson M.V.C. champion; Memorial 1923 .625 Stadium opened 5-3-0 .625 120-77 Fred T. Dawson Weir, All-American 1924 4-2-2 1925 69-27 E.E. Bearg Weir, All-American .625 1926 .750 123-46 E.E. Bearg Stiner, All-American 6-2-0 1927 6-2-0 .750 211-59 E.E. Bearg 7-1-1 1928 .833 144-31 E.E. Bearg Big 6 champion; McMullen, All- American 1929 .688 93-62 D.X. Bible Big 6 champs; Richards All-American 4-1-3 4-3-2 119-61 D.X. Bible Rhea, All-American 1930 .556 8-2-0 .800 136-82 D.X. Bible Big 6 champion 1931 1932 7-1-1 105-52 D.X. Bible Big 6 champion; Ely, All-American .833 1933 .889 138-19 D.X. Bible Big 6 champion; Sauer, All-American 8-1-0 1934 6-3-0 .667 106-89 D.X. Bible 1935 6-2-1 138-71 D.X. Bible Big 6 champion .722 1936 .778 185-49 D.X. Bible Big 6 champion; Francis, All-American 7-2-0 1937 6-1-2 .778 99-42 L. McC. Jones Big 6 champion; Brock, All-American Brock, All-American 1938 .389 68-84 L. McC. Jones 3-5-1 1939 7-1-1 .833 115-70 L. McC. Jones 183-75 L. McC. Jones 1940 8-2-0 .800 Big 6 champion; Rose Bowl; Alfson, Behm, All-Americans 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 33

34 1941 93-81 L. McC. Jones 4-5-0 .444 Football .300 Glenn Presnell 3-7-0 1942 55-158 .250 79-261 A.J. Lewandowski 1943 2-6-0 2-6-0 83-210 A.J. Lewandowski 1944 .250 1945 4-5-0 .444 145-200 George Clark 3-6-0 .333 126-161 Bernie 1946 Masterson 1947 73-191 Bernie 2-7-0 .222 Masterson 1948 .200 137-273 George Clark 2-8-0 4-5-0 .444 124-172 Bill Glassford Novak, All-American 1949 6-2-1 .722 267-217 Bill Glassford Reynolds, All-American 1950 .200 2-8-0 Bill Glassford 116-253 1951 1952 5-4-1 173-123 Bill Glassford Minnick, All-American .550 3-6-1 119-184 Bill Glassford 1953 .350 6-5-0 .545 233-202 Bill Glassford Orange Bowl 1954 5-5-0 .500 127-176 Bill Glassford 1955 1956 4-6-0 .400 125-206 Pete Elliott 1957 1-9-0 .100 67-243 Bill Jennings 1958 3-7-0 71-235 Bill Jennings .300 1959 .400 108-160 Bill Jennings Ended Oklahoma’s 74-game 4-6-0 conference unbeaten streak 1960 4-6-0 .400 95-164 Bill Jennings 1961 3-6-1 .350 119-135 Bill Jennings Gotham Bowl 1962 9-2-0 .818 293-161 Bob Devaney 10-1-0 273-114 Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl Bob Devaney 1963 .909 champion; Brown, All-American 1964 .818 256-85 Bob Devaney Big 8 champion; Cotton Bowl; Kramer, 9-2-0 All-American 1965 .909 349-129 Bob Devaney Orange Bowl; Big 8 champion; 10-1-0 Jeter, White, Barnes, All-Americans; undefeated regular season 9-2-0 223-118 1966 Bob Devaney Big 8 champion; Meylan, Wachholtz, .818 Allers, All-Americans; Sugar Bowl 6-4-0 .600 127-83 Bob Devaney Meylan, All-American 1967 1968 6-4-0 .600 155-161 Bob Devaney Armstrong, All-American 1969 9-2-0 254-119 Bob Devaney Big 8 co-champ; Sun Bowl champ .818 1970 .958 426-189 Bob Devaney National champion; Big 8 champion; 11-0-1 Orange Bowl champion; Murtaugh, Newton, All-Americans Bob Devaney 13-0-0 1.000 507-104 1971 National champion; Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl champion; Jacobson, Outland Trophy; Glover, Harper, Jacobson, Rodgers, Tagge, Kinney, All-Americans; 1972 9-2-1 .792 501-97 Bob Devaney Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl champion; Rodgers, Heisman Trophy; Glover, Outland, Lombardi Trophies; Glover, Rodgers, Harper, White, All- Americans; unbeaten streak snapped at 32 by UCLA 1973 9-2-1 .792 306-163 Tom Osborne Cotton Bowl champion; Dutton, White, All-Americans 9-3-0 .750 1974 Tom Osborne Sugar Bowl champion; Humm, 373-132 Crenshaw, Bonness, All-Americans 1975 10-2-0 .833 367-137 Tom Osborne Big 8 co-champion; Fiesta Bowl; Bonness, Martin, Monds, All-Americans 1976 9-3-1 .731 416-181 Tom Osborne Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl champion; Ferragamo, Butterfield, Fultz, All-Americans 1977 9-3-0 .750 315-200 Tom Osborne Liberty Bowl champion; Davis, All-American 1978 9-3-0 .750 444-216 Tom Osborne Big 8 co-champion; Orange Bowl; Clark, Andrews, All-Americans 1979 10-2-0 .833 380-131 Tom Osborne Cotton Bowl; Miller, All-American 470-110 Tom Osborne Sun Bowl champion; Nelson, .833 1980 10-2-0 Schleusener, Redwine, All-Americans Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 34

35 1981 .750 Tom Osborne Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl; 9-3-0 364-125 Rimington, Outland Trophy; Rimington, Jimmy Williams, All-Americans 1982 .923 514-167 Tom Osborne Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl 12-1-0 champion; Rimington, Outland, Football Lombardi Trophies; Rimington, Rozier, All-Americans 1983 .923 654-217 Tom Osborne Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl; 12-1-0 Rozier, Heisman, Maxwell Trophies; Steinkuhler, Outland, Lombardi Trophies; Osborne, Football News Coach-of-the-Year; Fryar, Rozier, Steinkuhler, All-Americans .833 387-115 Tom Osborne Big 8 co-champion; Sugar Bowl 1984 10-2-0 champion; Clark, Grimminger, Traynowicz, All-Americans 1985 9-3-0 .750 421-163 Tom Osborne Fiesta Bowl; Skow, Lewis, All- Americans 10-2-0 .833 Sugar Bowl champion; Noonan, Tom Osborne 1986 446-165 All-American 10-2-0 .833 Tom Osborne Fiesta Bowl; McCormick, N. Smith, 1987 451-164 Taylor, Thomas, All-Americans 11-2-0 477-205 Tom Osborne 1988 Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl; .846 Thomas, Young, All-Americans 1989 .833 509-215 Tom Osborne Fiesta Bowl; Glaser, Young, 10-2-0 All-Americans 1990 .750 434-192 Tom Osborne Florida Citrus Bowl; Walker, All- 9-3-0 American 9-2-1 454-230 Tom Osborne Big 8 co-champion; Orange Bowl 1991 .792 9-3-0 1992 441-199 Tom Osborne Big 8 champion; Orange Bowl; Shields, .750 Outland Trophy; Shields, Hill, All-Americans 1993 11-1-0 .917 437-194 Tom Osborne Big 8 champion; undefeated regular season; Orange Bowl, national championship game; Alberts, Butkus, All-American, NCAA Top Six Award 13-0-0 1.000 Tom Osborne National champion; Big 8 champion; 1994 459-162 Orange Bowl champion; Wiegert, Outland Trophy; Wiegert, Stewart, Stai, All-Americans; Zatechka, NCAA Top Eight Award 1.000 638-174 1995 National champion; Big 8 champion; Fiesta 12-0-0 Tom Osborne Bowl champion; Frazier, Johnny Unitas Award; Frazier, Graham, Tomich, All-Americans; Graham, NCAA Top Eight Award 11-2 .846 553-174 1996 Big 12 North champion; Orange Bowl Tom Osborne champion; Tomich, Wistrom, Taylor, All-Americans 1997 1.000 607-214 Tom Osborne National champion; Big 12 champion; 13-0 Orange Bowl champion; Wistrom, Lombardi Trophy; Taylor, Outland Trophy; Wistrom, Taylor, Peter, All-Americans; Wistrom, NCAA Top Eight Award 1998 9-4 .692 403-206 Frank Solich Holiday Bowl; Texas ended 47-game home winning streak 1999 12-1 .923 442-171 Frank Solich Big 12 champion; Fiesta Bowl champion; R. Brown, M. Brown, All-Americans 10-2 522-230 Frank Solich Alamo Bowl champion; Raiola, Polk, 2000 .833 Hochstein, All-Americans 11-2 2001 463-226 Frank Solich Big 12 North co-champion; Rose Bowl- .846 BCS national title game; Crouch, Heisman, Walter Camp, O’Brien Trophies; Craver, Crouch, Fonoti, All-Americans 2002 7-7 .500 383-335 Frank Solich Independence Bowl; 40 straight winning seasons, 33-year 9-win streaks end; Groce, All-American 2003 10-3 .769 322-188 Frank Solich Alamo Bowl champion; J. Bullocks, Larson, All-Americans 2004 5-6 .455 275-298 Bill Callahan Barrett Ruud career tackle leader 2005 8-4 .667 296-252 Bill Callahan Alamo Bowl champion Bill Callahan 428-256 9-5 .643 Big 12 North champion; Cotton Bowl 2006 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 35

36 2007 .417 401-455 Bill Callahan 15 passing records; Joe Ganz single 5-7 Football season passing and total offense leader 9-4 .692 460-371 Bo Pelini Big 12 North co-champion; 2008 Gator Bowl champion 2009 10-4 .714 352-146 Bo Pelini Big 12 North champion; Holiday Bowl champion; Suh, Outland, Lombardi, Nagurski, Bednarik trophies, Heisman finalist; Suh All-American 2010 10-4 .714 432-243 Bo Pelini Big 12 North champion; Amukamara, Henery All-Americans; Lavonte David single-season tackle leader 2011 9-4 .692 379-304 Bo Pelini Capital One Bowl; First season in Big Ten Conference; David All-American 2012 10-4 .714 487-386 Bo Pelini Big Ten Legends champion; Capital One Bowl; Martinez season total offense record 9-4 415-323 Bo Pelini Gator Bowl champion 2013 .692 2014 .692 491-343 Bo Pelini Holiday Bowl; Abdullah career record 9-4 holder for all-purpose yards 2015 6-7 .462 427-362 Mike Riley Foster Farms Bowl champion 2016 .692 345-311 Mike Riley Music City Bowl; Armstrong Jr. career 9-4 record holder for total offense 2017 4-8 .333 309-437 Mike Riley Morgan Jr. single season record holder for receiving yards Totals 46 conference, 5 national titles 33,054-18,242 .695 893-380-40 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 36

37 All-Time Nebraska Football Head Coach Records (By Winning Percentage) Games W-L-T Percentage Coach, Seasons (Years) Football 40 .913 E.O. Stiehm, 1911-15 (5) 35-2-3 W.C. Booth, 1900-05 (6) 55 46-8-1 .845 307 255-49-3 .836 Tom Osborne, 1973-97 (25) 123 .829 101-20-2 Bob Devaney, 1962-72 (11) 77 58-19-0 .753 Frank Solich, 1998-2003 (6) 32 23-7-2 .750 Fred Dawson, 1921-24 (4) D.X. Bible, 1929-36 (8) 72 50-15-7 .743 E.E. Bearg, 1925-28 (4) 23-7-3 .742 33 W.C. Cole, 1907-10 (4) 36 25-8-3 .736 E.J. Stewart, 1916-17 (2) 15 11-4-0 .733 Fielding Yost, 1898 (1) 11 8-3-0 .727 E.N. Robinson, 1896-97 (2) 16 11-4-1 .719 13 Bo Pelini, 2003*, 2008- 14 ( 7 ) 94 67 -2 7 -0 .7 Frank Crawford, 1893-94 (2) 14 9-4-1 .679 Charles Thomas, 1895 (1) 9 .667 6-3-0 .652 “ ” Jones, 1937-41 (5) L. McC. 28-14-4 Biff 46 Amos Foster, 1906 (1) 10 6-4-0 .600 Henry F. Schulte, 1919-20 (2) 17 8-6-3 .559 Bill Callahan, 2004-07 (4) 27-22-0 .551 49 Mike Riley, 2015-17 (3) 38 19-19-0 .500 Bill Glassford, 1949-55 (7) 69 31-35-3 .471 6 W.G. Kline, 1918 (1) 2-3-1 .471 Pete Elliott, 1956 (1) 10 .400 4-6-0 19 6-13-0 George Clark, 1945, 1948 (2) .316 Bill Jennings, 1957-61 (5) 50 15-34-1 .310 Glenn Presnell, 1942 (1) 10 3-7-0 .300 Bernie Masterson, 1946-47 (2) 5-13-0 .278 18 Adolph Lewandowski, 1943-44 16 4-12-0 .250 A.E. Branch, 1899 (1) 9 1-7-1 .16 7 0-1-0 .000 Barney Cotton, 2014** 1 *-Interim Head Coach for 2003 Alamo Bowl **-Interim Head Coach for 2014 Holiday Bowl Scott Frost is entering his first season leading the Nebraska football program in 2018. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 37

38 All-Time Nebraska Football Assistant Coaches Football Jennings, Bill, 1956 Adam, Jerry, 1944 16 Stewart, Brian, 2015- Strasheim, Don, 1954-58 Johnson, John, 1945, 1947 Albin, Tim, 2003 Jones, Gomer, 1946 Amen, Paul, 1938-41 Strong, David, 1945 Jordan, Randy, 2004-07 Andros, Dee, 1956 Tenopir, Milt, 1974-2002 Joseph, Terry, 2012-13 Armstrong, Charles, 1939-42, 1944 Thornton, Bill, 1970-71 Thornton, Bob, 1981-85 Kaczenski, Rick, 2012-14 Austin, Greg, 2018-present Banker, Mark, 2015- 16 Kathol, Gerald, 1946 Van Zandt, Lance, 1977-80 Barnes, Nelson, 1997-2002 Kelly, George, 1960-68 Verduzco, Mario, 2018-present Kiffin, Monte, 1967-76 Beck, Tim, 2008-14 Wagner, Dennis, 2004-07 Walden, Jim, 1971-72 Beckton, Sean, 2018-present Klein, L.F., 1945-58 Walters, Troy, 2018-present Kovach, John, 1955 Black, Charley, 1926-30 Landry, Jack, 1957 Warren, Charlton, 2014 Blake, John, 2004-06 17 Watson, Shawn, 2006-10 Langsdorf, Danny, 2015- Blazine, A.A., 1947-48 Bohl, Craig, 1995-2002 Lehman, R.G., 1928-31 Weir, Ed, 1929-37, 1943 Lewandowski, A.J., 1937-42 Booker, Scott, 2017 Williams, Jimmy, 2003 Williams, John, 1936 Braley, Jack, 1960-61 Lyman, Roy, 1936-41 Williams, Donte’, 2017 17 McBride, Charlie, 1977-99 Bray, Trent, 2015- Williams, Keith, 2015-17 Brown, Ron, 1987-2003, 2008-14 Mehring, Neal, 1950-51 Wyatt, Buddy, 2007 Browne, W. Harold, 1930-40 Mehring, Robert, 1938 Young, Dan, 1983-2002 Busch, Bill, 2004-07 Meier, Franklin, 1935 Melton, John, 1962-88 Cabell, Jake, 1979 Miller, H.H., 1948 Cavanaugh, Mike, 2015- 17 Milligan, Walter, 1953-55 Chinander, Erik, 2018-present Corgan, Mike, 1962-82 Mills, Robert, 1939 Monroe, Dick, 1957-61 Cosgrove, Kevin, 2004-07 Moore, Jerry, 1973-78 Cotton, Barney, 2003, 2008-14 Myles, Bill, 1972-76 Darlington, George, 1973-2002 Davis, Bob, 1949-55 Norvell, Jay, 2004-06 Davis, Reggie, 2015- Nyden, Ed, 1955 17 Oakes, B.F., 1926-30 Dawson, Mike, 2018-present Osborne, Tom, 1964-72 Day, Bill, 1928-31 Papuchis, John, 2008-14 DeAngelis, James, 1949 Dewitt, Jovan, 2018-present Parrella, John, 2016-17 Diaco, Bob, 2017 Pearce, LeRoy, 1958-61 Downing, Scott, 2003-05 Pelini, Bo, 2003 Duval, Rick, 1973-74 Pelini, Carl, 2008-11 Ekeler, Mike, 2008-10 Pettibone, Jerry, 1980-81 Petz, Harold, 1936, 1938-40 Elliott, Bob, 2017 Elmassian, Phil, 2004-07 Pfeiff, William, 1939, 1942 Els, Ross, 2011-14 Pierce, Jack, 1979-91 Faris, Robert, 1952-54 Powers, Warren, 1969-76 Faulkinberry, Russ, 1959 Presnell, Glenn, 1938-41, 1946 Fife, Ralph, 1950-52 Prochaska, Ray, 1947-48, 1950-54 Raymond, Corey, 2011 Fischer, Cletus, 1959-85 Read, Bruce, 2015- 16 Fischer, Pat, 1979 Fisher, Rich, 2011-14 Rhodes, John, 1928 Fisher, Travis, 2018-present Ross, Jim, 1962-76 Franklin, Marvin, 1949-51 Rudolph, Joe, 2007 Russell, Dougal, 1947-48 Garrison, John, 2011-14 Ruud, Barrett, 2018-present Gill, Turner, 1992-2004 Gilmore, Ted, 2005-10 Samuel, Tony, 1986-96 Sanders, Marvin, 2003, 2008-10 Gillespie, Dave, 1998-2002 Scarbrough, Don, 1956-61 Gordy, John, 1958 Hanscom, H.H., 1948-53 Scherer, Leo, 1928 Held, Ryan, 2018-present Schmakel, Warren, 1957-59 Holm, Elmer, 1942 Schulte, Henry F., 1932-37 Schultz, Leonard, 1945 Huey, Gene, 1977-86 Selmer, Carl, 1962-72 Hughes, Hank, 2015 Solich, Frank, 1979-97 Ingalls, D. Robert, 1945 Sprague, Arthur, 1943-44 Ingles, Guy, 1976-78 Stauber, Gene, 1956 Jamrog, Jeff, 2000-03 Janetos, Peter, 1949-52 Steele, Kevin, 1989-94 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 38

39 Nebraska’s Year-by-Year Final Rankings 6th ... 1996 1985 ... 10th AP 2nd ... 1997 ... 4th 1986 9th 1936 ... Football ... 6th 1987 1998 19th ... 11th ... 1937 10th 1988 ... 1999 ... 3rd 1938 ... NR 12th ... 1989 8th 2000 ... 1939 ... 18th 1990 17th ... 2001 ... 8th 7th ... 1940 ... 2002 NR 1941 ... NR ... 19th 2003 USA Today/CNN (Coaches) NR ... 1942 NR 2004 ... 16th 1991 ... 1943 ... NR 2005 ... 24th 1992 ... 14th 1944 ... NR 2006 ... NR ... 1993 3rd NR ... 1945 2007 NR ... ... 1994 1st 1946 NR ... NR ... 2008 1st ... 1995 1947 ... NR 2009 ... 14th ... 1996 6th NR ... 1948 20th 2010 ... 1949 ... NR 24th ... 2011 1950 ... 17th USA Today/ESPN (Coaches) 2012 25th ... ... 1951 NR 1st ... 1997 NR 2013 ... ... 1952 NR 1998 ... 20th NR ... 2014 1953 NR ... 1999 2nd ... 2015 ... NR 1954 ... NR ... 7th 2000 2016 NR ... 1955 ... NR 2001 7th ... NR ... 2017 1956 ... NR NR ... 2002 1957 ... NR ... 2003 18th *Start of 33 straight years NR ... 1958 ... NR 2004 Nebraska was ranked in the final ... NR 1959 24th ... 2005 AP poll until 2002 . NR 1960 ... ... 2006 NR 1961 ... NR 2007 ... NR ... 1962 NR NR ... 2008 UPI (Coaches) 1963 6th ... 1950 ... NR ... 2009 14th ... 1964 6th ... 1951 NR ... 19th 2010 ... 1965 5th ... NR 1952 24th ... 2011 6th 1966 ... NR ... 1953 2012 ... 23rd 1954 ... NR 1967 ... NR ... 25th 2013 NR 1955 ... NR ... 1968 2014 ... NR NR 1956 ... ... 1969 *11th ... NR 2015 NR 1957 ... 1st ... 1970 2016 NR ... ... NR 1958 1971 ... 1st ... 2017 NR NR 1959 ... 4th 1972 ... ... 1960 NR ... 7th 1973 1961 NR ... 9th 1974 ... NR ... 1962 ... 9th 1975 1963 5th ... 1976 9th ... 6th 1964 ... 12th ... 1977 3rd ... 1965 1978 8th ... 1966 ... 7th 1979 ... 9th NR ... 1967 ... 1968 NR 7th ... 1980 1969 12th ... 11th ... 1981 1970 3rd ... 1982 3rd ... 1st 1971 ... 1983 ... 2nd ... 1972 9th 4th ... 1984 11th 1973 ... ... 11th 1985 7th 1974 ... 1986 ... 5th 9th ... 1975 ... 1987 6th 1976 ... 7th ... 10th 1988 10th ... 1977 ... 1989 11th 8th ... 1978 24th ... 1990 1979 7th ... 15th 1991 ... 1980 ... 7th ... 1992 14th 1981 ... 9th 3rd ... 1982 ... 3rd 1993 2nd 1983 ... ... 1994 1st 1984 3rd ... 1995 ... 1st Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 39

40 Nebraska’s Heisman Trophy History Football I-Back (1983) Mike Rozier Top-10 Heisman Finishes The greatest running back in Nebraska history, Mike Rozier Sam Francis, Fullback, 1936--2nd ran away with the 1983 Heisman Trophy. After finishing 10th Bobby Reynolds, Halfback, 1950--5th in Heisman voting as a junior, Rozier brought home the award Wayne Meylan, Middle Guard, 1967--9th Jerry Tagge, Quarterback, 1971--7th as a senior by setting a school record with 2,148 yards on Johnny Rodgers, Wingback, 1972--1st 275 carries and a school-record 29 touchdowns. Rich Glover, Middle Guard, 1972--3rd Rozier averaged 179 yards per game, while tying an NCAA Dave Humm, Quarterback, 1974--5th record by reeling off 11 straight 100-yard performances, Jarvis Redwine, I-Back, 1980--8th including a career-best 285 yards on 31 carries against Kansas Dave Rimington, Center, 1982--5th on Nov. 12, 1983. Rozier's effort against the Jayhawks was Mike Rozier, I-Back, 1982--10th/1983--1st one of seven 200-yard games in his career. Turner Gill, Quarterback, 1983--4th Rozier helped the Huskers to the national title game in Lawrence Phillips, I-Back, 1994--8th the 1984 Orange Bowl, losing to Miami, 31-30. Despite Zach Wiegert, Offensive Tackle, 1994--9th scoring 49 regular-season rushing touchdowns in his career, Tommie Frazier, Quarterback, 1995--2nd Rozier never ran for a score in three Nebraska bowl games. Eric Crouch, Quarterback, 2001--1st However, he did throw a 25-yard pass to Anthony Steels in Ndamukong Suh, Defensive Tackle, 2009--4th the Huskers' 22-15 loss to national champion Clemson in the 1982 Orange Bowl. Rozier also hauled in an 11-yard Heisman vs. Huskers touchdown reception from Turner Gill in NU's 21-20 win over 1935—Jay Berwanger, HB LSU in the 1983 Orange Bowl. Nebraska 28, Chicago 7 The No. 1 pick of the USFL's Pittsburgh Maulers in the Statistics Not Available 1984 draft, Rozier was also the No. 1 pick of the Houston 1941—Bruce Smith, HB Oilers in the supplemental phase of the 1984 NFL Draft. Minnesota 9, Nebraska 0 He was voted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2006. Rushing: 7-35-0 1947—John Lujack, QB Johnny Rodgers Wingback (1972) Notre Dame 31, Nebraska 0 Johnny "The Jet" Rodgers helped the Huskers win the Passing: 2-of-6, 38 yds., 1 INT first two national titles in school history in 1970 and 1971, 1952—Billy Vessels, HB before becoming Nebraska's first Heisman winner in 1972. Oklahoma 34, Nebraska 13 Rodgers owns Nebraska records for receptions (143) and Rushing: 20-96-3 receiving yardage (2,479) to go along with his 26 career Receiving: 2-28-0 touchdown catches. 1955—Howard Cassady, HB A two-time All-American as a wingback, Rodgers was one Ohio State 28, Nebraska 20 of the top punt returners in college football history, racing Rushing: 21-170-3 to 1,515 career punt return yards and seven regular-season 1961—Ernie Davis, HB touchdowns. He added 847 yards and one score as a kickoff Syracuse 28, Nebraska 6 returner, and 745 career rushing yards with 11 touchdowns. Rushing: 22-120-0 After winning his Heisman Trophy, Rodgers put his all- Receiving: 1-10-0 around game on display in a 40-6 win over Notre Dame in 1969—Steve Owens, HB the 1973 Orange Bowl. Rodgers had a hand in all five of Nebraska 44, Oklahoma 14 Nebraska's touchdowns against the Fighting Irish, rushing for Rushing: 21-71-0 three touchdowns, while adding one touchdown reception. He Receiving: 1-9-0 pitched in a 52-yard pass to Frosty Anderson for another score. 1978—Billy Sims, HB Rodgers was inducted into the College Football Hall of Nebraska 17, Oklahoma 14 Fame in 2000. Rushing: 25-153-2 1979 Orange Bowl Oklahoma 31, Nebraska 24 Quarterback (2001) Eric Crouch Rushing: 25-132-2 Eric Crouch became Nebraska's third Heisman Trophy 1988—Barry Sanders, HB winner by earning a spot as one of the greatest rushing Nebraska 63, Oklahoma State 42 quarterbacks in college football history. Rushing: 35-189-4 Nebraska's career total-offense leader from 2001 until Receiving: 1-(-4) Taylor Martinez surpassed the mark in 2012, Crouch's 7,915 Punt Return: 1-0-0 yards included an NU career quarterback rushing record 3,434 Kickoff Returns: 5-73-0 yards in his four years as a starter. The first player in school 1993—Charlie Ward, QB history to lead the team in total offense four straight years, 1994 Orange Bowl Crouch also passed for 4,481 yards to rank sixth in NU history. Florida State 18, Nebraska 16 As a senior, Crouch struck for a then-school record 2,625 Rushing: 8-(-3) total-offense yards, with 1,115 yards rushing and 1,510 Passing: 24-of-43, 286 yds., 0 TD yards passing, leading NU to the national title game in the 1994—Rashaan Salaam, IB 2002 Rose Bowl. Nebraska 24, Colorado 7 Crouch became just the third quarterback in NCAA history Rushing: 22-134-1 to rush for 3,000 yards and pass for 4,000 yards in his career. Receiving: 2-24-0 He also eclipsed the NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by 1998–Ricky Williams, RB a quarterback with 59, shattering fellow Heisman winner Mike Texas 20, Nebraska 16 Rozier's previous school record of 49 rushing touchdowns. Rushing: 37-150-1 Crouch finished his career 35-7 as a starter, accounting Receiving: 1-0-0 for 88 total-offense touchdowns. In a win over California as a 2008–Sam Bradford, QB sophomore in 1999, Crouch tied an NCAA record by throwing Oklahoma 62, Nebraska 28 for a touchdown, rushing for a touchdown and catching a Rushing: 2-14 touchdown pass in the same game. Passing: 19-of-27, 311 yards, 5 TD, 1 INT Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 40

41 Nebraska’s Major Award Winners Butkus Award (1) Lombardi Award (5) (Nation's top collegiate lineman) (Nation’s top collegiate linebacker) -- 1972 -- Rich Glover, MG, Nebraska* Trev Alberts, Nebraska 1993 Football Dave Rimington, C, Neb * -- 1982 raska raska * 1983 Other Husker Butkus Finalists -- Dean Steinkuhler, OG, Neb Broderick Thomas, 2nd 1997 Grant Wistrom, RE, Nebraska -- 1988 -- 2009--Ndamukong Suh, DT* Ed Stewart, 3rd -- 1994 2011--Lavonte David, 5th Other Husker Lombardi Finalists 1-- Rich Glover, DT 197 Rimington Trophy (1) Larry Jacobson, DT 1-- 197 (Nation’s top collegiate center) Broderick Thomas, DE -- 1988 2000--Dominic Raiola, Nebraska -- 1994 Zach Wiegert, OT 1996 -- Jared Tomich, RE Nagurski Trophy (1) Dominic Raiola, C 2000 -- (Nation’s best defensive player) *honoree swept both the Outland Trophy and Lombardi 2009--Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska Award for that year. Bednarik Award (1) Outland Trophy (9) (College football’s defensive player of the year) (Nation's top collegiate interior lineman) 2009--Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska Larry Jacobson, DT, N -- 1971 ebraska -- * ebraska Rich Glover, MG, N 1972 ebraska Dave Rimington, C, N -- 1981 Dave Rimington, C, N ebraska * 1982 -- 1983 Dean Steinkuhler, OG, N ebraska * -- 1992 -- Will Shields, OG, Nebraska 1994 -- Zach Wiegert, OT, Nebraska 1997 -- Aaron Taylor, OG, Nebraska 2009--Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska* Other Husker Outland Finalists -- 1997 Jason Peter, DT 2000 Dominic Raiola, C -- 2001 -- Toniu Fonoti, OG Maxwell Award (1) (Nation’s outstanding collegiate player) 1983--Mike Rozier, IB, Nebraska Walter Camp Award (3) (Nation’s outstanding collegiate player) 1972--Johnny Rodgers, WB, Nebraska 1983--Mike Rozier, IB, Nebraska 2001--Eric Crouch, QB, Nebraska Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (1) (Nation’s top senior quarterback) 1995--Tommie Frazier, Nebraska (1) ’ Davey O Brien Award (Nation’s top quarterback) Eric Crouch, Nebraska 2001 -- Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 41

42 All-Century Team Football Nebraska's run of success in the 1990s capped Offense a century of conference and national championships, QB Tommie Frazier (1992-95) - award-winning players and Hall of Fame coaches in IB - Mike Rozier (1981-83) the Husker football program. Roger Craig (1979-82) - IB Hundreds of great players called Lincoln home in Tom Rathman (1983-85) - FB the 20th century, making the selection of a Husker - Joel Makovicka (1995-98) FB All-Century team a difficult task. Nebraska fans did their best to identify the best of the best from the WR - Irving Fryar (1981-83) 1999 football season through April of 2000. The team WR Johnny Rodgers (1970-72) - through an online poll at Huskers.com chosen was TE Junior Miller (1977-79) - and nearly 10,000 Husker fans took part in the - Bob Newton (1969-70) OT process. Will Shields (1989-92) - OG The team is dominated by players from the Dave Rimington (1979-82) - C Huskers' five national championship squads. OG/C Aaron Taylor (1994-97) - s only four-time Linebacker Tom Novak, Nebraska ' all-conference selection, was the lone player chosen Dean Steinkuhler (1981-83) - OG who played before the Devaney era. The overall Bob Zach Wiegert (1991-94) OT - top vote getter was Johnny Rodgers, who received a total of 14,467 votes at two positions (receiver and Defense kick returner). The 1972 Heisman Trophy winner is DE - Grant Wistrom (1994-97) joined by a star-studded offensive unit that features I-backs Mike Rozier and Roger Craig, fullbacks Joel DT - Jason Peter (1994-97) Makovicka and Tom Rathman, wingback Irving Fryar Rich Glover (1970-72) NT - The offense is guided by and tight end Junior Miller. Neil Smith (1985-87) DT - quarterback Tommie Frazier, who led the Huskers DE/OLB - Trev Alberts (1990-93) to back-to-back national championships in 1994 DE/OLB - Broderick Thomas (1985-88) and 1995. Frazier won the Johnny Unitas Award as LB Marc Munford (1984-86) - the nation ' s top quarterback as a senior and had a LB Ed Stewart (1991-94) - ' s starting QB. The career record of 33-3 as Nebraska offensive line features five Outland Trophy winners, Tom Novak (1946-49) LB - including two-time recipient Dave Rimington. CB - Michael Booker (1994-96) Fellow Outland winners Will Shields, Aaron Taylor, - Ralph Brown (1996-99) CB Zach Wiegert and Dean Steinkuhler, along with S Mike Brown (1996-99) - All-American Bob Newton, join Rimington on the - Mike Minter (1993-96) S offensive front. Wiegert was the top vote-getter on offense, with nearly 8,000 votes. The defense is led by a talent-laden front line, all Special Teams of who were first-round NFL Draft picks. Defensive m - PK Kris Brown (1995-98) tackles Jason Peter and Neil Smith and middle guard P - Jesse Kosch (1994-97) Rich Glover comprise the interior of the all-time KR - Tyrone Hughes (1989-92) Husker defense while pass rushing specialists Grant Johnny Rodgers (1970-72) PR - Wistrom, Trev Alberts and Broderick Thomas man the outside positions of the defensive line. A pair of run-stoppers join Novak on the linebacker corps, s Top Vote Getter (Votes): as Marc Munford and Ed Stewart were selected by Zach Wiegert (7,951) - Offense Husker fans. Munford led Nebraska in tackles for - Defense Grant Wistrom (6,990) three consecutive seasons (1984-86), while Stewart - Special Teams Kris Brown (7,938) s was a finalist for the Butku Award in 1994. The Overall Johnny Rodgers (14,467) - secondary is made up of players from the 1990s, including 1999 All-Americans Mike Brown and (7,109 - Returns and 7,358 - WR) Ralph Brown, the top vote getters at safety and cornerback, respectively. The duo is joined by cornerback Michael Booker and rover Mike Minter, a pair of defensive standouts on Nebraska ’ s 1994 and 1995 national title teams. Wistrom was the top vote getter among defensive players with almost 7,000 votes cast. Kris Brown was chosen as the starting kicker after he set the school record with 388 points from 1995 ’ to 1998. Jesse Kosch earned the nod as NU s top punter, and the final member of the team is kick returner Tyrone Hughes. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 42

43 Novak & Brown Honored with Retired Numbers Following the 1949 season, the N Club voted to retire jersey No. 60 in honor of Tom "Train Wreck" Novak's stellar career with the Cornhuskers. Novak, the first Nebraska player to earn this honor, had been a four-time All-Big Seven choice and a 1949 All-American. Football For 55 years, Novak was the only NU player to have the distinction of a retired number. In 2004, that finally changed as College and Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Brown's No. 64 joined Novak's hallowed No. 60 among the permanently retired numbers at Nebraska. Brown, whose jersey retirement ceremony occurred during NU's game with Colorado in 2004, became the 16th player in Husker history to have his jersey retired. All major national award winners at Nebraska automatically have their jerseys retired, but their numbers will still be available to active Huskers. In 2017, Nebraska also retired the jerseys of eight members of the College Football Hall of Fame who had not previously had their jerseys retired. Nebraska's group of 25 players with retired jerseys certainly ranks among the most in the nation. Huskers who have earned the distinction of jersey retirement include three Heisman Trophy winners (Johnny Rodgers, Mike Rozier, Eric Crouch), eight Outland Trophy winners with nine awards (Larry Jacobson, Rich Glover, Dave Rimington (2), Dean Steinkuhler, Will Shields, Zach Wiegert, Aaron Taylor, Ndamukong Suh), five Lombardi Award winners (Rich Glover, Dave Rimington, Dean Steinkuhler, Grant Wistrom, Ndamukong Suh), one Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner (Tommie Frazier), one Davey O'Brien Award winner (Eric Crouch), one Butkus Award winner (Trev Alberts), Rimington Trophy winner (Dominic Raiola), one Chuck Bednarik Award winner (Ndamukong Suh) and one Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner (Ndamukong Suh). History of Retired Jerseys (25) Jersey Player Major Award s/Honors Year 1949 No. 60 * Tom Novak Only Four-Time All-Conference 1972 No. 20 1972 Heisman/Walter Camp Johnny Rodgers 1972 No. 79 Rich Glover 1972 Outland/Lombardi 1982 No. 50 Dave Rimington 1981, 1982 Outland 1982 Lombardi 1983 No. 30 Mike Rozier 1983 Heisman/Maxwell/Walter Camp 1983 No. 71 Dean Steinkuhler 1983 Outland/Lombardi 1971 Outland 1994 No. 75 Larry Jacobson 1994 No. 75 Will Shields 1992 Outland 1994 No. 34 Trev Alberts 1993 Butkus 2 Zach Wiegert 1994 Outland 1995 No. 7 1996 No. 15 Tommie Frazier 1995 Johnny Unitas 1998 No. 67 1997 Outland Aaron Taylor 1998 No. 98 Grant Wistrom 1997 Lombardi 2002 No. 54 Dominic Raiola 2000 Rimington 2002 N o. 7 Eric Crouch 2001 Heisman/Walter Camp/O'Brien 2004 No. 64* College and Pro Football Hall of Fame Bob Brown 2010 No. 93 Ndamukong Suh 2009 Outland/Lombardi/AP POY 2017 Not available Guy Chamberlin 1962 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee 2017 No. 1 Clarence Swanson 1973 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee 2017 No. 35 Ed Weir Nebraska’s first two-time All-American 2017 No. 25 George Sauer 1954 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee 2017 No. 38 Sam Francis 1936 Heisman Runner-up Forrest Behm 2017 No. 33 1988 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee 2017 No. 12 Bobby Reynolds 1984 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee 2017 No. 66 Wayne Meylan 1966 and 1967 Big Eight Player of the Year *Jersey number is permanently retired at Nebraska Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 43

44 Johnny Rodgers Clarence Swanson Football End | 1919-21 Wingback | 1970-72 Omaha, Neb. Wakefield, Neb.  1972 Heisman Trophy  1921 All-American 1972 Walter Camp Player of the Year   1973 College Football Hall of Fame  Inductee 2000 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee 20 1 Punt Returns Kick Returns KOR Yds. Avg. TDs Avg. TDs Year PR Yds. Eric Crouch 1970 26 349 13.4 2 17 359 21.1 0 Quarterback | 1998-2001 1971 33 548 16.6 3 30.4 1 10 304 1972 39 618 15.8 2 8 184 23.0 0 Omaha, Neb. Totals 98 1,515 15.5 7 35 847 24.2 1  2001 Heisman Trophy  2001 Walter Camp Player of the Year Receiving Rushing 2001 Davey O'Brien Quarterback Award  Avg. TDs Rec. Yds. Year Att. Net Avg. TDs 7 19.0 7 6.1 2 35 665 1970 36 219 7.2 2 53 872 16.5 11 1971 36 259 Passing 55 942 17.1 7 1972 58 267 4.6 7 Year Att. Comp. Pct. Int. Yds. TD 143 2,479 17.3 25 Totals 130 745 5.7 11 1998 101 49 601 4 .485 4 1999 160 83 .419 4 1,269 7 2000 156 75 .481 7 1,101 11 George Sauer 2001 189 105 .556 10 1,510 7 Fullback | 1931-33 .515 25 4,481 29 Totals 606 312 Lincoln, Neb. Rushing Total Offense  1933 First-Team All-American Year Avg. TDs Att. Yds. Att. Net Y/G TD 1954 College Football Hall of Fame  32.5 197 1,060 91 4.8 4 1998 96 459 Inductee 1999 180 889 4.9 16 340 2,158 23 79.8 25 2000 169 971 5.7 20 325 2,072 31 88.4 2001 203 1,115 5.5 18 392 2,625 25 18.8 5.3 59 Totals 648 3,434 84.1 1,254 7,915 88 Mike Rozier I-Back | 1981-83 Bobby Reynolds Camden, N.J. Halfback | 1950-52  1983 Heisman Trophy Grand Island, Neb.  1983 Maxwell Award 1983 Walter Camp Player of the Year  1950 First-Team All-American   2006 College Football Hall of Fame 30  1984 College Football Hall of Fame Inductee Inductee Rushing Receiving 12 Avg. TDs Year Att. Net Avg. TDs Rec. Yds. 1981 151 943 16.0 0 64 4 6.2 5 1982 242 1,689 7.0 15 6 46 7.7 2 Tommie Frazier 106 10 1983 275 2,148 7.8 29 10.6 0 Totals 668 4,780 7.2 49 20 216 10.8 2 Quarterback | 1992-95 Bradenton, Fla. Kick Returns All-Purpose Scoring  1995 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Year PR TP Avg. TD TDs No. Yds. Yds. Avg. 2013 College Football Hall of Fame  162 32.4 36 160 1,169 7.3 6 1 1981 5 Inductee 1982 4 0 252 1,790 7.1 17 102 55 13.8 15 232 21.1 0 296 2,486 8.4 29 174 1983 11 Totals 20 449 22.5 1 708 5,445 7.7 52 312 Passing Year Int. Yds. TD Pct. Att. Comp. 100 44 .440 1 727 10 1992 Forrest Behm 162 77 1993 .475 4 1,159 12 Tackle | 1938-40 1994 44 19 .432 2 273 4 Lincoln, Neb. .564 163 92 1995 1,362 17 4 Totals 469 232 .495 11 3,521 43 1940 First-Team All-American   1988 College Football Hall of Fame Total Offense Rushing Inductee Att. Year Att. Net TD Y/G Yds. Avg. TDs 33 1992 86 399 4.6 7 186 1,126 17 25.1 288 1,863 21 69.4 1993 126 704 5.6 9 77 521 10 30.3 248 7.5 6 1994 33 1995 97 604 6.2 14 260 1,966 31 78.7 811 5,476 79 56.5 1,955 5.7 36 Totals 342 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 44

45 Trev Alberts Bob Brown Offensive Guard | 1961-63 Outside Linebaker | 1990-93 Cedar Falls, Iowa Cleveland, Ohio 1993 Butkus Award   One of only two permanently retired Football jerseys in NU history 2015 College Football Hall of Fame  Inductee  2004 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee 1993 College Football Hall of Fame  64 34 Inductee Defense ( -----Tackles---- ) Fum. QB Wayne Meylan TFL Sacks C-R BK PBU PI Hry. Year G/S UT AT TT 0 20 1990 10/0 10 16 26 4-33 4-33 0-1 0 0 Middle Guard | 1965-67 1991 11/0 21 32 53 9-60 7-50 1-3 0 1 0 12 Bay City, Mich. 1992 11/11 27 46 73 11-50 3.5-25 1-1 1 4 0 17 1993 11/11 47 49 96 21-99 15-88 3-0 0 1 0 38 1966 and 1967 All-American  Totals 43/22 105 143 248 45-242 29.5-196 5-5 1 6 0 69  1966 and 1967 Big Eight Player of the Year 1991 College Football Hall of Fame  66 Inductee Ed Weir Defense Tackle | 1923-25 Fum. ( --- --Tackles-- --- ) Superior, Neb. R BK PBU PI Year UT AT TT 1 0 0 0 1 965 21 24 45  1924 and 1925 First-Team All- 19 66 38 36 74 1 0 2 0 American 1967 59 60 119 0 0 0 0  1951 College Football Hall of Fame 2 0 2 Totals 118 121 238 0 Inductee 35 Aaron Taylor Sam Francis Offensive Guard | 1994-97 Fullback | 1934-36 Wichita Falls, Texas Oberlin, Kan.  1997 Outland Trophy  1936 Heisman Runner-up 1936 First-Team All-American  1977 College Football Hall of Fame  67 Inductee 38 Dean Steinkuhler Dave Rimington Offensive Guard | 1981-83 Center | 1979-82 Burr, Neb. Omaha, Neb. 1983 Lombardi Award  1981 and 1982 Outland Trophy   1983 Outland Trophy 1982 Lombardi Award  1997 College Football Hall of Fame  71 Inductee 50 Zach Wiegert Dominic Raiola Offensive Tackle | 1991-94 Center | 1998-2000 Fremont, Neb. Honolulu, Hawaii 1994 Outland Trophy  2000 Dave Rimington Trophy  72 54 Tom Novak Center/Linebacker | 1946-49 Omaha, Neb. One of only two permanently retired  jerseys in NU history  NU’s only four-time all-conference selection 60 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 45

46 Larry Jacobson Grant Wistrom Football Defensive Tackle | 1969-71 Rush End | 1994-97 Sioux Falls, S.D. Webb City, Mo.   1971 Outland Trophy 1993 Lombardi Award 98 75 Defense Defense ( -----Tackles---- ) Fum. QB ( ---Tackles--- ) TFL BK PBU PI Year UT AT TT G/S UT AT TT Year PBU PI Hry. TFL Sacks C-R BK 1969 2 8 10 1-9 0 0 0 1994 12/0 14 22 36 6.5-55 4.5-49 0-0 0 0 0 11 1970 33 16 49 9-61 0 1 0 1995 11/11 21 23 44 15-55 4-23 0-0 0 0 0 13 1971 28 45 73 12-73 0 1 1 1996 12/12 30 45 75 20-74 9.5-48 1-0 2 0 1 15 Totals 63 69 132 22-143 0 2 1 1997 12/12 28 23 51 17-76 8.5-58 3-1 0 3 0 25 Totals 47/35 93 113 206 58.5-260 26.5-178 4-1 2 3 1 64 Will Shields Guy Chamberlin Offensive Guard | 1989-92 End/Halfback | 1913-15 Lawton, Okla. Blue Springs, Neb.  1992 Outland Trophy 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame   1915 First-Team All-American Inductee  1962 College Football Hall of Fame  2011 College Football Hall of Fame 75 Inductee Inductee  Number not available Rich Glover Middle Guard | 1970-72 Jersey City, N.J. 1972 Lombardi Award  1995 College Football Hall of Fame  Inductee 79 Defense ( -----Tackles---- ) TFL BK PBU PI Year UT AT TT 1970 5 14 19 3-13 0 3 0 1971 46 46 92 13-73 0 1 0 1972 52 48 100 9-41 0 2 0 Totals 103 108 211 25-127 0 6 0 Ndamukong Suh Defensive Tackle | 2005-09 Portland, Ore.  2009 Outland Trophy 2009 Lombardi Award   2009 AP National Player of the Year 93 Defense ( ---Tackles--- ) Fum. QB Year G/S UT AT TT TFL Sacks C-R BK PBU PI Hry. 2005* 2/0 0 1 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2006 14/0 12 7 19 8-45 3.5-37 1-0 0 0 1 2 2007 12/11 22 12 34 6-29 1-6 0-1 1 2 0 4 2008 13/13 39 37 76 19-85 7.5-67 1-0 2 3 2 6 2009 14/14 52 33 85 24-93 12-77 1-0 3 10 1 26 Totals 55 / 39 125 90 215 38 -2 52 24 -1 87 3 -1 6 15 4 57 *medical redshirt Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 46

47 First-Team All-Americans 96 Players | 14 Double Winners | 100 Total First-Teamers | 46 Consensus All-Americans 55 Total Consensus Awards | 20 Unamimous All-Americans | 21 Total Unanimous Awards * - consensus All-American | # - unanimous All-American Football • Mark Traynowicz, Center (1984)*# • Vic Halligan, Tackle (1914) • Bill Lewis, Center (1985) • Guy Chamberlin, End (1915)* • Jim Skow, Defensive Tackle (1985) • Ed Weir, Tackle (1924-25)**# • Danny Noonan, Middle Guard (1986)*# • Lonnie Stiner, Tackle (1926) • John McCormick, Offensive Guard (1987) • Ray Richards, Tackle (1929) • Neil Smith, Defensive Tackle (1987) • Hugh Rhea, Tackle (1930) • Steve Taylor, Quarterback (1987) • Lawrence Ely, Center (1932) Broderick Thomas, Outside Linebacker (1987-88)*# • • George Sauer, Fullback (1933)* • Jake Young, Center (1988-89)** • Sam Francis, Fullback (1936)* • Doug Glaser, Offensive Tackle (1989) • Fred Shirey, Tackle (1937) • Kenny Walker, Defensive Tackle (1990) • Charles Brock, Center (1937) • Travis Hill, Outside Linebacker (1992) • Warren Alfson, Guard (1940) • Will Shields, Offensive Guard (1992)*# • Forrest Behm, Tackle (1940) • Trev Alberts, Outside Linebacker (1993)*# • Tom Novak, Center (1949) • Brendan Stai, Offensive Guard (1994)* • Bobby Reynolds, Halfback (1950) • Ed Stewart, Linebacker (1994) • Jerry Minnick, Tackle (1952) • Zach Wiegert, Offensive Tackle (1994)*# • Bob Brown, Guard (1963)*# • Tommie Frazier, Quarterback (1995)* • Larry Kramer, Tackle (1964)*# • Aaron Graham, Center (1995) • Freeman White, End (1965)* • Jared Tomich, Rush End (1995-96) • Walt Barnes, Tackle (1965)* • Aaron Taylor, Center (1996); Guard (1997)**# • Tony Jeter, End (1965) • Grant Wistrom, Rush End (1996-97)** • LaVerne Allers, Guard (1966)* • Jason Peter, Defensive Tackle (1997)* • Larry Wachholtz, Defensive Back (1966) • Mike Brown, Defensive Back (1999) • Wayne Meyland, Middle Guard (1966-67)** • Ralph Brown, Defensive Back (1999) • Joe Armstrong, Guard (1968) • Russ Hochstein, Offensive Guard (2000) • Jerry Murtaugh, Linebacker (1970) • Carlos Polk, Linebacker (2000) • Bob Newton, Tackle (1970)* • Dominic Raiola, Center (2000)* • Jeff Kinney, I-Back (1971) • Keyuo Craver, Defensive Back (2001) • Larry Jacobson, Defensive Tackle (1971)* • Eric Crouch, Quarterback (2001)* • Jerry Tagge, Quarterback (1971) • Toniu Fonoti, Offensive Guard (2001)* • Rich Glover, Middle Guard (1971-72)*# • DeJuan Groce, Kick Returner (2002) • Willie Harper, Defensive End (1971-72)** • Josh Bullocks, Defensive Back (2003) • Johnny Rodgers, Wingback (1971-72)**# • Kyle Larson, Punter (2003) • Daryl White, Offensive Tackle (1972-73) • Ndamukong Suh, Defensive Tackle (2009)*# • John Dutton, Defensive Tackle (1973)*# • Prince Amukamara, Defensive Back (2010)*# • Rik Bonness, Center (1974-75)*# • Alex Henery, Place Kicker (2010) • Marvin Crenshaw, Offensive Tackle (1974)* • Lavonte David, Linebacker (2011) • Dave Humm, Quarterback (1974) • Bob Martin, Defensive End (1975) • Wonder Monds, Defensive Back (1975) First-Team CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (70) • Dave Butterfield, Defensive Back (1976) * - four other chosen academic All-American by other groups • Mike Fultz, Defensive Tackle (1976) • Bob Oberlin (1952-53) • Vince Ferragamo, Quarterback (1976) • Don Fricke (1960)* • Tom Davis, Center (1977) • Pat Clare (1960)* • Kelvin Clark, Offensive Tackle (1978)* • Jim Huge (1962) • George Andrews, Defensive End (1978) • Dennis Claridge (1963) • Junior Miller, Tight End (1979)*# • Jim Osberg (1965)* • Derrie Nelson, Defensive End (1980) • Tony Jeter (1965)* • Jarvis Redwine, I-Back (1980)* • Marvin Mueller (1966) • Randy Schleusener, Offensive Guard (1980)* • Randy Reeves (1969) • Jimmy Williams, Defensive End (1981) • Jeff Kinney (1971) • Dave Rimington, Center (1981-82)**## • Larry Jacobson (1971) • Mike Rozier, I-Back (1982-83)**# • Frosty Anderson (1973) • Irving Fryar, Wingback (1983)*# • Rik Bonness (1975) • Dean Steinkuhler, Offensive Guard (1983)* • Tom Heiser (1975) • Bret Clark, Safety (1984) • Vince Ferragamo (1976) • Harry Grimminger, Offensive Guard (1984) • Ted Harvey (1976-77) • Jim Pillen (1978) • George Andrews (1978) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 47

48 • Jon Zatechka (1997) • Rod Horn (1979) Football • Brian Shaw (1998-99) • Randy Schleusener (1979-80) • Kelly Saalfeld (1979) • Judd Davies (2003) • Jeff Finn (1980) • Pat Ricketts (2003) • Kellen Huston (2004) • Ric Lindquist (1981) • Randy Theiss (1981) • Dane Todd (2006) • Dave Rimington (1981-82) • Todd Peterson (2008) • Scott Strasburger (1983-84) • Tyler Wortman (2008) • Sean Fisher (2011-12) • Rob Stuckey (1983-84) • Mark Traynowicz (1984) • Jake Long (2013) • C.J. Zimmerer (2013) • Dale Klein (1986) • Tom Welter (1986) • Jeff Jamrog (1987) Third-Team CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (1) • Mark Blazek (1987-88) • John Adkins (1970) • John Kroeker (1988) • Gerry Gdowski (1989) All-Conference Selections • Jake Young (1989) 518 total • David Edeal (1990) First-team all-conference picks by wire services, Omaha • Pat Tyrance (1990) World-Herald, conference coaches. • Jim Wanek (1990) • Pat Engelbert (1991) Husker Four-Time • Mike Stigge (1991-92) All-Conference Selections • Trev Alberts (1993) Tom Novak, back 1946, • Terry Connealy (1993-94) center 1947-48-49 • Rob Zatechka (1993-94) Husker Three-Time • Matt Shaw (1994) • Aaron Graham (1995) All-Conference Picks Vic Halligan, back, 1912-13-14 • Grant Wistrom (1996-97) Dick Rutherford, back, 1913-14-15 • Joel Makovicka (1997-98) H.H. Corey, tackle, 1914-15-16 • Chad Kelsay (1998) Steve Hokuf, end, 1929-30-32 • Bill Lafleur (1998) George Sauer, back, 1931-32-33 • Mike Brown (1999) Lloyd Cardwell, back, 1934-35-36 Fred Shirey, tackle, 1935-36-37 Kyle Vanden Bosch (1999-2000) • Charles Brock, center, 1936-37-38 • Tracey Wistrom (2001) Jerry Minnick, tackle, 1951-52-53 • Chad Sievers (2004) Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-71-72 • Kurt Mann (2005) Dave Rimington, C, 1980-81-82 • Dane Todd (2005) Turner Gill, QB, 1981-82-83 • Austin Cassidy (2010-11) Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-82-83 Marc Munford, LB, 1984-85-86 • Rex Burkhead (2011-12) Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1986-87-88 • Spencer Long (2013) Will Shields, OG, 1990-91-92 • Chris Weber (2017) Zach Wiegert, OT, 1992-93-94 Grant Wistrom, RE , 1995-96-97 Second-Team CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (36) Aaron Taylor, OG , 1995-97; C, 1996 Ralph Brown, RCB, 1997-98-99 • Bill Kosch (1970-71) • Dave Walline (1970) All-Conference Huskers • Dick Rupert (1971) Missouri Valley (73) • Ritch Bahe (1973) 1907-- Bill Chaloupka, tackle • Stan Waldemore (1977) S.T. Frum, guard (4) • Randy Theiss (1982) Harold Cook, back • Kris Van Norman (1982) John Weller, back • Bill Weber (1982) Ernest Kroger, back 1908-- • Micah Heibel (1987) LeRoy Temple, tackle 1909-- Owen Frank, back (2) • Jon Nelson (1988) 1910-- W.F. Chauner, end • Jake Young (1988) (5) Sylvester Shonka, tackle • Pat Tyrance (1989) LeRoy Temple, tackle • Pat Engelbert (1990) Leon Warner, back • Rob Zatechka (1992) Owen Frank, back • Ken Mehlin (1993) W.F. Chauner, end 1911-- (5) Sylvester Shonka, tackle • Aaron Graham (1994) E.B. Elliott, guard • Brian Schuster (1995) E.Z. Hornberger, guard • Steve Ott (1995) Leon Warner, back • Steve Volin (1995) 1912-- J.D. Harmon, tackle • Jon Hesse (1996) (4) J.T.M. Pearson, guard • Scott Frost (1997) Leonard Purdy, back Vic Halligan, back • Chad Kelsay (1997) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 48

49 1932 -- Steve Hokuf, end 1913-- Dennis Emanuel, end 1952-- Guy Mastin, end (6) Corwin Hulbert, tackle Charles Beck, end Bill Schabacker, end (6) (5) Lawrence Ely, center Vic Halligan, tackle Jerry Minnick, tackle Chris Mathis, back Max Towle, back Don Boll, guard George Sauer, back Dick Rutherford, back Clayton Curtis, guard Lee Penney, end 1953 Leonard Purdy, back Jerry Minnick, tackle -- Football 1933-- Lee Penney, end Warren Howard, end Ted Connor, tackle (3) 1914-- Bruce Kilbourne, end (9) Vic Halligan, tackle (7) John Bordogna, back Gail O’Brien, tackle 1954-- Don Glantz, tackle H.H. Corey, tackle Warren DeBus, guard (3) Charles Bryant, guard E.L. Abbott, guard Frank Meier, center Roy Cameron, center Bob Smith, back George Sauer, back Jon McWilliams, end Dick Rutherford, back 1955-- Bernie Masterson, back (4) LaVerne Torczon, tackle Guy Chamberlin, back Hubert Boswell, back Rex Fischer, back Guy Chamberlin, end 1915-- Clair Bishop, guard (5) Willie Greenlaw, back H.H. Corey, tackle Bernard Scherer, end 1934-- 1956-- LaVerne Torczon, guard Paul Shields, guard Frank Meier, center (4) Jerry Brown, back E.L. Abbott, guard (2) Henry Bauer, back Dick Rutherford, back Lloyd Cardwell, back 1916-- H.H. Corey, tackle Big Eight (261) Bernard Scherer, end 1935-- Hugo Otopalik, back (2) 1959 Don Olson, guard -- (5) Fred Shirey, tackle 1917-- Roscoe Rhodes, end 1960-- Don Purcell, end Lloyd Cardwell, back (5) Edson Shaw, tackle 1961-- Bill Thornton, back Jerry LaNoue, back E.H. Schellenberg, back 1962-- Dennis Claridge, back Sam Francis, back John Cook, back (3) Tyrone Robertson, tackle 1936-- Charles Brock, center Paul Dobson, back Bob Brown, guard Les McDonald, end (6) 1921-- Clarence Swanson, end Dennis Claridge, back 1963-- Fred Shirey, tackle (4) John Pucelik, guard (3) Lloyd Voss, tackle Lloyd Cardwell, back Glen Preston, back Bob Brown, guard Sam Francis, back Chick Hartley, back Lyle Sittler, C 1964-- Ron Douglas, back Leo Scherer, end 1922-- Tony Jeter, TE (7) Charles Brock, center 1937-- Bub Weller, tackle (7) Freeman White, SE (6) Elmer Dohrmann, end Adolph Wenke, tackle Ted Vactor, DB Johnny Howell, back Joy Berquist, guard Walt Barnes, MG Ted Doyle, tackle Glen Preston, back Kent McCloughan, DB Fred Shirey, tackle Dave Noble, back Larry Kramer, tackle Bob Mehring, guard Chick Hartley, back 1965-- Frank Solich, FB 1938-- Charles Brock, center Joy Berquist, guard 1923-- (8) Tony Jeter, TE (2) Jack Dodd, back (4) Ross McGlasson, guard Freeman White, SE Warren Alfson, guard 1939-- Dave Noble, back Larry Wachholtz, DB Herman Rohrig, back (3) Rufus Dewitz, back Mike Kennedy, LB Harry Hopp, back 1924-- Ed Weir, tackle Walt Barnes, DT 1940-- Ray Prochaska, end (2) Choppy Rhodes, back Dennis Carlson, OT (8) Forrest Behm, tackle 1925-- Ed Weir, tackle LaVerne Allers, OG Warren Alfson, guard Harold Hutchinson, center (3) 1966-- LaVerne Allers, OG Harry Hopp, back Choppy Rhodes, back Kelly Petersen, C (10) Walter Luther, back Lon 1926-- Stiner, tackle nie Bob Churchich, QB Roy Petsch, back (2) Glenn Presnell, back Harry Wilson, HB Ed Schwartzkopf, guard 1927-- Roy Randels, tackle Bob Pickens, OT Vike Francis, back (5) Dan McMullen, guard Kaye Carstens, DB Fred Preston, end 1941-- Ted James, center Wayne Meylan, DG George Abel, guard (3) Glenn Presnell, back Lynn Senkbeil, LB Dale Bradley, back Blue Howell, back Carel Stith, DT Vic Schleich, tackle 1942-- Larry Wachholtz, DB Charles Duda, guard (2) 1967-- Dennis Richnafsky, OE Big Six (83) Gerald Moore, back 1945-- (4) Marion Broadstone, tackle 1928-- Dick Davis, FB (2) John Sedlacek, tackle Dan McMullen, guard Wayne Meylan, MG (8) Carl Samuelson, tackle 1946-- Ted James, center Jim McCord, DT (4) Sam Vacanti, back Ken Geddes, LB 1968-- Clair Sloan, back Tom Novak, back Blue Howell, back (3) Dana Stephenson, DB Dick Hutton, back Clifford Ashburn, end Joe Armstrong, OG 1947-- Carl Samuelson, tackle -- Glen Munn, tackle 1969 Jim McFarland, TE (2) Tom Novak, center Lafayette Russell, back Bob Liggett, DT (5) 1929-- Ken Geddes, MG Steve Hokuf, end Big Seven (28) Jerry Murtaugh, LB (3) Ray Richards, tackle 1948 -- Tom Novak, center Dana Stephenson, DB Clair Sloan, back Charles Toogood, tackle 1949-- 1970-- 1930-- Joe Orduna, HB Steve Hokuf, end (2) Tom Novak, center (9) (5) Hugh Rhea, tackle Jerry Murtaugh, LB Charles Toogood, tackle 1950-- Bob Newton, OT Elmer Greenberg, guard (4) Don Strasheim, guard Harold Frahm, back Donnie McGhee, OG Fran Nagle, back Johnny Rodgers, HB Marion Broadstone, tackle Bobby Reynolds, back Hugh Rhea, tackle 1931-- Bill Kosch, DB Frank Simon, end 1951-- (5) Dave Walline, DT George Koster, guard (4) Bill Schabacker, end Ed Periard, MG Lawrence Ely, center Dennis Emanuel, end George Sauer, back Paul Rogers, PK Jerry Minnick, tackle Everett Kreizinger, back Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 49

50 1971-- Sammy Sims, Monster Jerry Tagge, QB 1990-- Reggie Cooper, SS (12) Jamie Williams, TE Johnny Rodgers, HB (8) Mike Croel, OLB Football Jimmy Williams, DE Johnny Mitchell, TE Carl Johnson, OT 1982-- Dick Rupert, OG Bruce Pickens, CB Steve Damkroger, LB Jeff Kinney, HB (8) Tony Felici, DE Tom Punt, OT Will Shields, OG Turner Gill, QB Willie Harper, DE Larry Jacobson, DT Pat Tyrance, ILB Mike Mandelko, OG Dave Rimington, C Kenny Walker, DT Rich Glover, MG Bob Terrio, LB Brian Boerboom, OT Mike Rozier, IB 1991-- Randy Theiss, OT Jim Anderson, DB Jon Bostick, SE (11) Jamie Williams, TE Derek Brown, IB Bill Kosch, DB Tyrone Legette, CB 1983-- Bret Clark, S Joe Blahak, DB (8) Keithen McCant, QB Irving Fryar, WB 1972-- Joe Blahak, DB Johnny Mitchell, TE (5) Turner Gill, QB Rich Glover, MG Mike Knox, LB Will Shields, OG Willie Harper, DE Johnny Rodgers, WB Mike Stigge, P Scott Raridon, OT Erik Wiegert, OG Daryl White, OT Mike Rozier, IB 1973-- Frosty Anderson, SE John Parrella, DT Dean Steinkuhler, OG John Dutton, DT Will Shields, OG (4) Mark Traynowicz, C 1984-- 1992-- Trev Alberts, OLB Mark Behning, OT Steve Manstedt, DE (9) Bret Clark, S Daryl White, OT (11) Derek Brown, IB Tyrone Byrd, DB Dave Humm, QB 1974-- Doug DuBose, IB Marvin Crenshaw, OT Harry Grimminger, OG (5) Calvin Jones, IB Scott Livingston, P Travis Hill, OLB Rik Bonness, C Marc Munford, LB John Parrella, DT Tom Ruud, LB Bob Martin, DE Jim Scott, C Greg Orton, OG Jeff Smith, IB Will Shields, OG Rik Bonness, C 1975-- Zach Wiegert, OT (5) Scott Strasburger, DE Bob Martin, DE 1993 Wonder Monds, DB Mark Traynowicz, C Trev Alberts, OLB -- (8) Bill Weber, DE Dave Butterfield, DB Terry Connealy, DT 1985-- Calvin Jones, IB Brian Blankenship, OG Mike Fultz, DT Doug DuBose, IB Lance Lundberg, OT (7) 1976-- Vince Ferragamo, QB Dale Klein, PK Clete Pillen, LB (7) Ken Mehlin, C/OG Barron Miles, CB Bill Lewis, C Ray Phillips, DE Marc Munford, LB Dave Butterfield, DB Kevin Ramaekers, DT Zach Wiegert, OT Tom Rathman, FB Mike Fultz, DT Troy Dumas, LB Jim Skow, DT 1994-- Bob Lingenfelter, OT (9) Dan Schmidt, OG 1986-- Keith Jones, IB Aaron Graham, C Tom Davis, C (6) Donta Jones, OLB Marc Munford, LB 1977-- Danny Noonan, MB (4) Greg Jorgensen, OG Lawrence Phillips, IB I.M. Hipp, IB Barron Miles, CB Chris Spachman, DT Jim Pillen, Monster Broderick Thomas, DE Brenden Stai, OG 1978-- Tom Welter, OT Rick Berns, IB Ed Stewart, LB 1987-- LeRoy Etienne, ILB Zach Wiegert, OT (8) Junior Miller, TE Steve Forch, ILB Steve Lindquist, OG (9) Tyrone Williams, CB Kelvin Clark, OT Keith Jones, IB 1995-- Eric Anderson, OT Keven Lightner, OT Chris Dishman, OT Kenny Brown, WB (11) George Andrews, DE Terrell Farley, LB John McCormick, OG Tim Rother, DT Tommie Frazier, QB Jim Pillen, Monster Aaron Graham, C Neil Smith, DT Rod Horn, DT 1979-- Tim Smith, SE Ahman Green, IB Steve Taylor, QB (10) Broderick Thomas, DE Christian Peter, DT Junior Miller, TE John Havekost, OG 1988-- Dana Brinson, KR Aaron Taylor, OG Ken Clark, IB Jared Tomich, OLB (13) Jarvis Redwine, IB Tyrone Williams, CB LeRoy Etienne, ILB Dean Sukup, PK Derrie Nelson, DE Grant Wistrom, OLB Charles Fryar, CB Willie Griffin, DT Rod Horn, DT Kerry Weinmaster, MG Tim Jackson, FS Big 12 (59) Andy Keeler, OG Kenny Brown, WB 1996-- Chris Dishman, OG Kelly Saalfeld, C Todd Millikan, TE (7) Jon Hesse, LB 1980-- Lawrence Pete, MG Jarvis Redwine, IB Mike Minter, Rover Bob Sledge, OT Derrie Nelson, DE (7) Jason Peter, DT Steve Taylor, QB Randy Schleusener, G Aaron Taylor, C Russell Gary, S Broderick Thomas, OLB Jared Tomich, RE David Clark, DT Jake Young, C Grant Wistrom, RE 1989-- Andra Franklin, FB Ken Clark, IB 1997-- Eric Anderson, OT Reggie Cooper, SS (9) Dave Rimington, C (6) Ralph Brown, CB Gerry Gdowski, QB Roger Craig, IB 1981-- Ahman Green, IB Doug Glaser, OT Tony Felici, DE (11) Jason Peter, DT Turner Gill, QB Jeff Mills, OLB Aaron Taylor, OG Bruce Pickens, CB Dan Hurley, OT Grant Wistrom, RE Jeff Krejci, S Pat Tyrance, ILB 1998-- Josh Heskew, C Ric Lindquist, CB Kent Wells, DT (3) Ralph Brown, CB Dave Rimington, C Jake Young, C Sheldon Jackson, TE Mike Rozier, IB Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 50

51 1999-- Mike Brown, Rover Ralph Brown, RCB (8) Eric Crouch, QB Russ Hochstein, OG Carlos Polk, MLB Dominic Raiola, C Football Steve Warren, DT Tracey Wistrom, TE 2000-- Dan Alexander, IB Dan Hadenfeldt, P (6) Russ Hochstein, OG Carlos Polk, MLB Dominic Raiola, C Tracey Wistrom, TE 2001-- Keyuo Craver, RCB Eric Crouch, QB (4) Dahrran Diedrick, IB Toniu Fonoti, OG 2002-- Josh Brown, PK (2) DeJuan Groce, KR 2003-- Josh Bullocks, FS Matt Herian, TE (5) Richie Incognito, OT Kyle Larson, P Demorrio Williams, WL Barrett Ruud, MLB 2004-- 2005-- Adam Carriker, DE 2006-- Adam Carriker, DE Brandon Jackson, IB (5) Bo Ruud, LB Zac Taylor, QB Dane Todd, FB 2007-- None Ndamukong Suh, DT 2008-- 2009-- Prince Amukamara, DB Larry Asante, S (4) Jared Crick, DT Ndamukong Suh, DT 2010-- Pierre Allen, DE (6) Prince Amukamara, DB Jared Crick, DT Lavonte David, LB Eric Hagg, DB Ricky Henry, OG Big Ten (14) 2011-- Rex Burkhead, IB (4) Lavonte David, L B Alfonzo Dennard, DB Brett Maher, P/PK Spencer Long, OG 2012-- Brett Maher, PK (5) Eric Martin, DE Taylor Martinez, QB Daimion Stafford, S 2013-- Ameer Abdullah, IB (3) Ciante Evans, CB Randy Gregory, DE 2014-- Kenny Bell, WR (2) Randy Gregory, DE 201 5 -- Sam Foltz, P -- 20 16 None 20 None -- 17 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 51

52 Academic All-Conference Selections Football Tom Ruud, LB Rob Stuckey, DL ) Total - First Team Only 584 ( Craig Sundberg, QB Rik Bonness, C -- 1975 (6) Jim Burrow, DB Shane Swanson, WB Four-Time Academic Mark Traynowicz, C Mike Coyle, PK Picks All-Conference Bill Weber, DE Vince Ferragamo, QB Mike Stigge, P, 1989-90-91-92 1985 Tom Heiser, OB Brian Blankenship, OL -- Rob Zatechka, OT, 1991-92-93-94 (6) Dale Klein, PK Chuck Jones, DB Brian Shaw, LB, 1996-97-98-99 Tim Roth, OL 1976 Dave Butterfield, DB -- Dave Volk, OT, 1998-99-00-01 Robb Schnitzler, SE Vince Ferragamo, QB (7) Chris Kelsay, RE, 1999-00-01-02 Brad Smith, DE Ted Harvey, DB Judd Davies, FB, 2000-01-02-03 Randy Lessman, P Scott Tucker, DE Trevor Johnson, DE, 2000-01-02-03 Ken Kaelin, FB -- 1986 Ron Pruitt, DT Todd Peterson, WR, 2005-06-07-08 Jeff Pullen, MG Dale Klein, PK (9) Sam Cotton, TE, 2013-14-15-16 Rob Maggard, OL Dave Shamblin, WR Brandon Reilly, WR, 2013-14-15-16 1977 George Andrews, DL Marc Munford, LB -- Chris Weber, LB, 2014-15-16-17 Curtis Craig, RB (8) Robb Schnitzler, SE Ted Harvey, S Bryan Siebler, S 1954 Bob Oberlin, center -- Lee Kunz, LB Chris Spachman, DT Rex Fischer, back 1955 -- Jim Pillen, S Brad Tyrer, DE Jack Fleming, guard Tim Smith, SE Tom Welter, OL -- William Hawkins, back 1957 -- Tom Banderas, TE 1987 Tom Sorley, QB John Bond, end -- 1959 Clete Blakeman, QB Stan Waldemore, OL (8) -- 1960 Pat Clare, back George Andrews, DE 1978 Mark Blazek, S -- Don Fricke, center (3) (9) Micah Heibel, FB Tim Fischer, S Jim Huge, end Jeff Jamrog, DE Rod Horn, DL Pat Clare, back -- 1961 John Kroeker, P Tom Ohrt, OT Jim Huge, end Jim Pillen, S John McCormick, OL 1962 -- Dwain Carlson, guard Jeff Tomjack, DB Kelly Saalfeld, C Jim Huge, end Tim Smith, SE Mark Blazek, DB -- 1988 -- Richard Callahan, end 1963 (5) Tom Sorley, QB Gerry Gdowski, QB Dennis Claridge, back Tim Wurth, FB Randall Jobman, LB Charles Doepke, off. end -- 1964 -- Bill Barnett, DT John Nelson, OL 1979 Kent McCloughan, off. back Jake Young, C Rod Horn, DT (9) Tony Jeter, TE 1965 -- Ric Lindquist, CB Bill Bobbora, OL 1989 -- Jim Osberg, OG Gerry Gdowski, QB Jeff Quinn, QB (7) Marv Mueller, DB -- 1966 Kelly Saalfeld, OL Randall Jobman, LB Jim Osberg, OG Mike Stigge, P Randy Schleusener, OL Dick Davis, FB -- 1967 Pat Tyrance, LB Tim Smith, SE Joe Armstrong, OG -- 1968 Dan Steiner, OL Jim Wanek, OG (4) Bob Best, DB Dean Sukup, PK Jake Young, C Dick Davis, FB Jeff Finn, TE 1980 1990 -- David Edeal, C -- Glenn Patterson, OT Pat Engelbert, MG Curt Hineline, DL (7) (9) Adrian Fiala, LB -- 1969 Jim Kotera, RB Mike Petko, LB (5) Larry Frost, OB Ric Lindquist, CB Mike Stigge, P Larry Jacobson, DT Andy Means, DB Pat Tyrance, LB Randy Reeves, DB Jeff Quinn, QB Kenny Walker, DT Paul Topliff, OT Jim Wanek, OG Dave Rimington, C John Adkins, DE 1970 -- 1991 -- Trev Alberts, OLB Randy Schleusener, OG Bill Kosch, DB (3) Jon Bostick, SE Randy Theiss, OT (8) Dave Walline, DT Pat Engelbert, MG 198 Curt Hineline, DL 1-- John Adkins, DE -- 1971 Johnny Mitchell, TE Ric Lindquist, DB (6) (8) Jim Anderson, DB Mike Petko, LB Dave Rimington, OL Woody Cox, SE Mike Stigge, P Randy Theiss, OL Larry Jacobson, DT Rob Zatechka, OT Kris Van Norman, DB Jeff Kinney, HB Bill Ziegelbein, C Scott Woodard, OE Bill Kosch, DB Trev Alberts, OLB -- 1992 1982 -- Tim Holbrook, DB Dave Mason, LB Jim Murphy, DB Terry Connealy, NG (7) (6) Dick Rupert, OG Dave Rimington, OL Ken Mehlin, OG -- Frosty Anderson, OB 1972 Rob Stuckey, DT Jim Scott, C (4) Doug Dumler, C Randy Theiss, OL Mike Stigge, P Bill Janssen, DT Kris Van Norman, DB Rob Zatechka, OT Dave Mason, LB -- 1993 Trev Alberts, OLB Bill Weber, DE 1973 -- Dan Anderson, OG (6) Todd Fisher, DB -- 1983 Troy Branch, LB Frosty Anderson, OE (6) (7) Terry Connealy, NG Brad Muehling, OL Ritch Bahe, OE Scott Strasburger, DE Aaron Graham, C Maury Damkroger, OE Ken Mehlin, OG Rob Stuckey, DL Steve Manstedt, DE Craig Sundberg, QB Rob Zatechka, OG Tom Ruud, LB Terry Connealy, DT 1994 -- Mark Traynowicz, OL 1974 Ritch Bahe, OE -- Darin Erstad, P/PK (6) Bill Weber, DE (4) Stan Hegener, OG Mark Behning, OL Aaron Graham, C 1984 -- George Kyros, DB Ken Graeber, DL (9) Cory Schlesinger, FB Matt Shaw, TE Tom Morrow, OL Scott Strasburger, DE Rob Zatechka, OT Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 52

53 1995 Aaron Graham, C -- 2003-- Titus Adams, DE Jamie Burrow, LB (20) Mark Gilman, TE Chad Buller, WLB (8) Matt Davison, SE Judd Davies, FB Grant Wistrom, OLB T.J. DeBates, TE Eric Stokes, FS Sandro DeAngelis, PK Jeff Hemje, CB Kevin Guse, CB Ryan Terwilliger, LB Julius Jackson, LB Kellen Huston, CB Steve Ott, OG Adam Julch, OT Football Brook Berringer, QB Trevor Johnson, DE Chris Kelsay, RE Dusty Keiser, TE Jesse Kosch, P Ben Kingston, FB Brandon Koch, OG Greg McGraw, FS Jack Limbaugh, C Willie Miller, FB Academic All-Big 12 (265) Jack O'Holleran, WR Chris Moran, CB -- 1996 David Alderman, CB Phil Peetz, TE Dominic Raiola, C Lance Brown, WB (20) Pat Ricketts, RCB Eric Ryan, RE Jeff Clausen, OT Barrett Ruud, MLB Brian Shaw, LB Scott Frost, QB Shane Siegel, SS James Sherman, OG Ben Gessford, OT Chad Sievers, MLB Justin Smith, RE Jon Hesse, LB Fred Thorne, CB Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE Quint Hogrefe, LB Curt Tomasevicz, MLB Dave Volk, OT Chad Kelsay, RE Seth White, CB Tracey Wistrom, TE Jeff Lake, SE Andy Wingender, FB 2000 -- Demoine Adams, RE Billy Legate, FB 2004-- Dan Burrow, FS (20) Tom Beveridge, SE Joel Makovicka, FB (21) Sandro DeAngelis, PK Judd Davies, FB Ted Retzlaff, PK Garth Glissman, QB Matt Davison, SE Brian Schuster, FB Kellen Huston, CB Jon Dawson, C Brian Shaw, LB Adam Ickes, LB Matt Grummert, RE Eric Stokes, FS Joel Jackson, WR Seth Gutz, SE Travis Toline, RE Steve Kriewald, FB Jeff Hemje, CB Matt Turman, QB Nathan Krug, DT Trevor Johnson, TE Brandt Wade, OG Kurt Mann, OL Chris Kelsay, RE Grant Wistrom, RE Jeff McBride, DE Chace Long, PK Jon Zatechka, OG Jay Moore, DE Jake McKee, TE 1997 -- Dan Alexander, IB Jack O'Holleran, WR Willie Miller, FB Eric Anderson, OT (18) J.B. Phillips, TE Brandon Mooberry, RE Kris Brown, PK Gary Pike, OL Chris Saalfeld, OG Lance Brown, WB Brandon Rigoni, SS Aaron Terpening, ROV Mike Brown, ROV Barrett Ruud, LB Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE T.J. DeBates, TE Andrew Shanle, FS Dave Volk, OT Scott Frost, QB Shane Siegel, SS Troy Watchorn, FS Matt Hoskinson, OG/C Chad Sievers, LB Tracey Wistrom, TE Adam Julch, OT Dane Todd, FB Mic Boettner, ROV 2001 -- Chad Kelsay, RE Ben Zajicek, WR (19) Joe Chrisman, QB Jeff Lake, SE 2005-- Lance Brandenburgh, LB Sandro DeAngelis, PK Billy Legate, FB Chris Bryant, DL (15) Judd Davies, FB Joel Makovicka, FB Cortney Grixby, CB Gabe Fries, SLB Ted Retzlaff, PK Adam Ickes, LB Nick Gragert, FB Brian Shaw, SLB Brandon Koch, OL Troy Hassebroek, WB Travis Toline, RE Kurt Mann, C Jeff Hemje, CB Grant Wistrom, RE Todd Peterson, WR Trevor Johnson, RE Jon Zatechka, OG J.B. Phillips, TE Chris Kelsay, RE Sean Applegate, WB 1998 -- Brandon Rigoni, SS Phil Peetz, TE Kris Brown, PK (22) Joey Robison, CB Pat Ricketts, CB Lance Brown, WB Andrew Shanle, S Kyle Ringenberg, TE Mike Brown, ROV Mike Stuntz, FS Carl Scholting, FS Ben Buettenback, LB Nate Swift, WR Jeremy Slechta, DT Jamie Burrow, LB Blake Tiedtke, FS Aaron Terpening, ROV Monte Christo, QB Dane Todd, FB Dave Volk, OT Matt Davison, SE Lance Brandenburgh, LB 2006-- Tracey Wistrom, TE T.J. DeBates, TE (15) Adam Carriker, DE Wes Woodward, CB Ben Gessford, OG Andy Christensen, OL -- Demoine Adams, RE 2002 Adam Julch, OT Jordan Congdon, PK Philip Bland, ROV (18) Chad Kelsay, RE Andy Kadavy, LB Chad Buller, WLB Bill Lafleur, P Newt Lingenfelter, OL Joe Chrisman, QB Billy Legate, FB Kurt Mann, C Will Dabbert, TE Joel Makovicka, FB Matt O'Hanlon, DB Judd Davies, FB Greg McGraw, ROV Todd Peterson, WR Troy Hassebroek, WB Brian Shaw, SLB J.B. Phillips, TE Trevor Johnson, RE James Sherman, OG Zach Potter, DE Chris Kelsay, RE Travis Toline, RE Brandon Rigoni, FS John Klem, WB Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE Andrew Shanle, S David Kolowski, C Dave Volk, OT Dan Titchener, P Phil Peetz, TE Brandt Wade, OG Dane Todd, FB Pat Ricketts, CB 1999 -- Demoine Adams, RE Lance Brandenburgh, LB 2007-- Kyle Ringenberg, TE (24) Sean Applegate, WB (12) Wes Cammack, WR Barrett Ruud, MLB Rod Baker, LB Ben Eisenhart, FS Shane Siegel, CB Matt Baldwin, C Victory Haines, OL Chad Sievers, MLB Mike Brown, ROV Aaron Terpening, ROV Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 53

54 Givens Price, OT Kevin Thomsen, TE Josh Mueller, TE Ryne Reeves, C Lydon Murtha, OL Lance Thorell, DB Football Todd Peterson, WR C.J. Zimmerer, FB Brandon Reilly, WR Taariq Allen, WR J.B. Phillips, TE Trevor Roach, LB 2012-- David Sutton, TE Andy Sand, FB (28) Kenny Anderson, DT Chris Weber, LB Matt Senske, FB Justin Blatchford, S Dan Titchener, P Jordan Westerkamp, WR Rex Burkhead, IB Sam Burtch, WR Tyler Wortman, LB 2015-- Freedom Akinmoladun, DE Taariq Allen, WR (22) Wes Cammack, WR 2008-- Brandon Chapek, OL Josh Banderas, LB Joe Ganz, QB Will Compton, LB (13) Ben Cotton, TE Byerson Cockrell, S Thomas Grove, LB Ryan Hill, TE Jake Cotton, OL Maliek Collins, DT Taylor Dixon, WR Marcel Jones, OL Sam Cotton, TE Tyler Evans, WR Adi Kunalic, PK Jerald Foster, OL Blake Lawrence, LB Luke Gifford, LB Sean Fisher, LB Sam Hahn, OL Micah Kreikemeier, LB Todd Peterson, WR Jake Long, TE Clayton Sievers, DE Lane Hovey, WR Spencer Long, OL Nate Swift, WR Chris Jones, CB Conor McDermott, TE Lance Thorell, DB Joshua Kalu, CB Harrison Jordan, FB Dan Titchener, P Josh Mitchell, CB Chris Long, OL Mike Moudy, OL Tyler Wortman, LB Luke McNitt, TE 2009-- Justin Blatchford, DB Mark Pelini, OL Givens Price, OL (15) Wes Cammack, WR Ryne Reeves, C Austin Cassidy, S Brandon Reilly, WR Brent Qvale, OL Ryne Reeves, OL Andy Christensen, OL Anthony Ridder, DB Wil Richards, S Mick Stoltenberg, DT Will Compton, LB Trevor Roach, LB David Sutton, TE Ben Cotton, TE Baker Steinkuhler, DT Dylan Utter, OL Sean Fisher, LB Zach Sterup, OL Chris Weber, LB Thomas Grove, LB 2016-- Freedom Akinmoladun, DE Ryan Hill, TE David Sutton, TE Josh Banderas, LB (25) C.J. Zimmerer, FB Marcel Jones, OL 2013-- Ameer Abdullah, IB Colton Koehler, LB Mohamed Barry, LB (30) Adi Kunalic, PK Cole Conrad, OL Taariq Allen, WR Sam Cotton, TE Sam Burtch, WR Zac Lee, QB Jay Martin, DE Michael Decker, OL Brandon Chapek, OL Jerald Foster, OL Jake Cotton, OL Matt O'Hanlon, S Sam Cotton, TE Sam Hahn, OL Cruz Barrett, OL 2010-- Rex Burkhead, RB (13) Scott Criss, OL Tyler Hoppes, TE Austin Cassidy, S Imani Cross, IB David Knevel, OL Ben Cotton, TE Tyler Evans, WR Spencer Lindsay, PK Luke McNitt, FB Andrew Green, S Tyrone Fahie, DE Lane Hovey, WR Graham Nabity, FB Thomas Grove, LB Ryan Hill, LB Charles Jackson, S A.J. Natter, DE Jake Long, TE Robby Painter, OL Adi Kunalic, PK Spencer Long, OL Gabe Rahn, WR Blake Lawrence, LB Zac Lee, QB Logan Rath, DT Greg McMullen, DE Josh Mitchell, CB Brandon Reilly, WR Tyler Legate, FB Mike Moudy, OL Mick Stoltenberg, DL Jay Martin, FB Mark Pelini, OL Jamie Sutcliffe, PK Brent Qvale, OL Cole Pensick, OL Dylan Utter, OL Givens Price, OL Chris Weber, LB Academic All-Big Ten (55) Brent Qvale, OL Jordan Westerkamp, WR 2011-- Justin Blatchford, S Dedrick Young II, LB Ryne Reeves, OL Rex Burkhead, IB (27) Tanner Zlab, DB Brandon Reilly, WR Austin Cassidy, S Wil Richards, S Fyn Anderson, DL 2017-- Will Compton, LB (42) Mohamed Barry, LB Michael Rose, LB Corey Cooper, S Dicaprio Bootle, DB Jeremiah Sirles, OL Ben Cotton, TE Ty Chaffin, WR Zach Sterup, OL Jake Cotton, OL David Sutton, TE Brett Classen, WR Jon Damkroger, P Jordan Westerkamp, WR Thomas Connely, LB Jim Ebke, LB Zack Darlington, WR C.J. Zimmerer, FB Tyler Evans, WR 2014-- Ameer Abdullah, IB Michael Decker, OL Sean Fisher, LB (21) Josh Banderas, LB JoJo Domann, DB Harvey Jackson, S Erik Evans, DL Maliek Collins, DT Marcel Jones, OL Matt Farniok, OL Jake Cotton, OL Tyler Legate, FB Jerald Foster, OL Sam Cotton, TE Luke Lingenfelter, OL Joey Felici, DB Tanner Hass, RB Jake Long, TE Kevin Gladney, WR Branden Hohenstein, TE Spencer Long, OL Greg Hart, TE Todd Honas, WR Jay Martin, TE Tyler Hoppes, TE Lane Hovey, WR Josh Mitchell, CB Harrison Jordan, FB Matt Jarzynka, DL Brent Qvale, OL Grant Jordan, LB Alex Lewis, OT Wil Richards, S Harrison Jordan, FB Josh Mitchell, CB Trevor Roach, LB Mike Moudy, OG Spencer Jordan, FB Andrew Rodriguez, OL Mark Pelini, C Joshua Kalu, DB Baker Steinkuhler, DT Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 54

55 Bo Kitrell, TE Jake Kitten, OL Sean Lambert, RB Joel Lopez, DL Wyatt Mazour, IB Collin Miller, LB Football Gabe Rahn, WR John Raridon, OL Johnny Richard, WR Brandon Robbins, WR Austin Rose, IB Matt Snyder, TE Ben Stille, LB Jack Stoll, TE Mick Stoltenberg, DL Eli Sullivan, DB Chris Weber, LB Jacob Weinmaster, LB Keyan Williams, WR Boe Wilson, OL Conor Young, WR Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 55

56 Nebraska Football Special Awards Football Tom Novak Award - Established by J. Gordon Roberts in Lifters of the Year All-Time Rik Bonness, C -- 1974 1950, is presented to the senior who "best exemplifies -- 1975 Rik Bonness, C courage and determination despite all odds in the manner Rod Horn, DT -- 1976 of Nebraska All-America center Tom Novak." Sportswriters -- 1977 Lawrence Cooley, OG and broadcasters vote on the award, which is presented at I.M. Hipp, IB the Outland Trophy banquet in Omaha. 1978 -- Kelvin Clark, OT Bill Barnett, DT -- 1979 All-Time Winners John Havekost, OG 1950-- Charles Toogood, T -- Russell Gary, DB 1980 1951-- Frank Simon, E 1952-- Ed Husmann, T 1981 -- Dave Rimington, C 1953-- Ted Connor, T Mitch Krenk, TE 1982 -- 1954-- Bob Wagner, G Mike Tranmer, MG -- 1983 Rex Fischer, HB 1955-- -- 1984 Jeff Smith, IB LaVerne Torczon, G 1956-- -- 1985 Jim Skow, DT 1957-- Jerry Brown, FB -- Danny Noonan, MG 1986 Dick McCashland, FB 1958-- Chris Spachman, DT 1959-- Harry Tolly, QB 1987 Neil Smith, DT -- Pat Fischer, QB 1960-- Andy Keeler, OG 1988 -- 1961-- Don Purcell, E 1989 Mike Murray, MG -- 1962-- Dwain Carlson, G 1990 -- Curtis Cotton, SS 1963-- Dennis Claridge, QB -- Mike Anderson, LB 1991 1964-- Lyle Sittler, C John Parrella, DT 1992 -- 1965-- Tony Jeter, E Cory Schlesinger, FB -- 1993 1966-- Larry Wachholtz, DB Donta Jones, OLB Wayne Meylan, MG 1967-- -- Donta Jones, OLB 1994 1968-- Ernie Sigler, QB -- 1995 Mark Gilman, TE 1969-- Al Larson, DB Jared Tomich, RE 1996 -- 1970-- Joe Orduna, HB -- Dan Alexander, IB 1997 1971-- Jeff Kinney, HB Chad Kelsay, RE -- 1998 Rich Glover, MG 1972-- 1999 -- Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE John Bell, MG 1973-- 2000 -- Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE Tom Ruud, LB 1974-- Jon Dawson, OG 2001 -- Tony Davis, FB 1975-- Demoine Adams, RE -- 2002 1976-- Clete Pillen, LB 2003 -- Trevor Johnson, RE 1977-- Monte Anthony, FB 2004-- Adam Carriker, DE 1978-- Rick Berns, IB 2005-- Seppo Evwaraye, OL 1979-- Tim Wurth, RB 2006-- Brandon Rigoni, DB 1980-- Jeff Quinn, QB Ty Steinkuhler, DT 2007-- Mark Mauer, QB 1981-- 1982-- Steve McWhirter, LB Matt Slauson, OG 2008-- Turner Gill, QB 1983-- Ndamukong Suh, DT 1984-- Craig Sundberg, QB 2009-- Jared Crick, DT Travis Turner, QB 1985-- Rex Burkhead, IB 2010-- 1986-- Marc Munford, LB Rex Burkhead, IB 2011-- Von Sheppard, WB 1987-- Lavonte David, LB 1988-- Todd Millikan, TE 2012-- Ameer Abdullah, IB 1989-- Mike Murray, MG Justin Jackson, C Kenny Walker, DT 1990-- Ameer Abdullah, IB 2013-- Keithen McCant, QB 1991-- 2014-- Jack Gangwish, DE Lance Lewis, FB 1992-- 2015-- Andy Janovich, FB 1993-- John Reece, FS Luke McNitt, FB 2016-- Matt Shaw, TE 1994-- Carlos Davis, DL 2017-- 1995-- Tommie Frazier, QB 1996-- Mike Minter, ROV Scott Frost, QB 1997-- Monte Christo, QB 1998-- 1999-- Adam Julch, OT Troy Watchorn, FS 2000-- John Gibson, WB 2001-- 2002-- John Garrison, C 2003-- Jason Lohr, DT; Jammal Lord, QB 2004-- Jake Andersen, OL 2005-- Cory Ross, IB 2006-- Greg Austin, OG 2007-- Cortney Grixby, CB 2008-- Joe Ganz, QB 2009-- Phillip Dillard, LB 2010-- Rickey Thenarse, S 2011-- Mike Caputo, C; Terrence Moore, DL 2012-- Sean Fisher, LB 2013-- Ron Kellogg III, QB 2014-- Trevor Roach, LB 2015-- Andy Janovich, FB Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB 2016-- 2017-- Chris Weber, LB Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 56

57 Guy Chamberlin Trophy - Presented at the Outland Trophy Cletus Fischer Native Son Award - A former NU assistant banquet in Omaha. The award was inaugurated in 1967 coach, this award is presented annually to the senior player selected by the Husker coaches, who best exemplifies in memory of the former great Nebraska All-America football player who went to both the college and pro halls the following qualities: good work ethic; competitiveness; leadership; forthrightness; sense of humor; pride; loyalty of fame. It is presented to the senior player who has Football and love of Nebraska. This honor is awarded at the Outland shown by the play and contributions to the betterment of the University of Nebraska football squad that he has Trophy banquet in Omaha. the qualities and dedication of Guy Chamberlin to the Cornhusker tradition. All-Time Winners Lincoln radio station KFOR donated the permanent Pat Engelbert, DT 1991-- trophy and each recipient receives a replica through 1992-- Jim Scott, C 1993-- Ken Mehlin, OG funds contributed by the Chamberlin family and the 1994-- Terry Connealy, DT Champ’s many friends following his death in 1967. 1995-- Clester Johnson, WB The Chamberlin Memorial Fund is administered by the 1996-- Jon Hesse, LB University of Nebraska Foundation. Sportswriters and Matt Hoskinson, OG/C 1997-- broadcasters who cover all Nebraska games vote on the 1998-- Chad Kelsay, RE award. 1999-- Brian Shaw, LB 2000-- Russ Hochstein,OG All-Time Winners Jeremy Slechta, DT 2001-- Marv Mueller, S 1967-- Dave Volk, OT 1968-- Ernie Sigler, QB 2002-- Chris Kelsay, RE Dana Stephenson, DB 1969-- 2003-- Trevor Johnson, DE Guy Ingles, SE 1970-- Kyle Larson, P 1971-- Jeff Kinney, HB Steve Kriewald, FB 2004-- 1972-- Rich Glover, MB Titus Adams, DT 2005-- 1973-- Maury Damkroger, FB 2006-- Dane Todd, FB 1974-- Ritch Bahe, SE Ben Eisenhart, S 2007-- 1975-- Bob Martin, DE 2008-- Todd Peterson, WR Clete Pillen, DB 1976-- 2009-- Matt O'Hanlon, S Ed Burns, QB 1977-- 2010-- Niles Paul, WR Rick Berns, IB 1978-- 2011-- Jared Crick, DT Tim Smith, SE 1979-- Baker Steinkuhler, DT 2012-- 1980-- Jarvis Redwine, IB 2013-- Cole Pensick, OL Anthony Steels, WB 1981-- Jake Cotton, OL 2014-- 1982-- Dave Rimington, C Ryne Reeves, C 2015-- Dean Steinkuhler, OG 1983-- 2016-- Josh Banderas, LB 1984-- Shane Swanson, WB Sam Foltz, P Jim Skow, DT 1985-- Luke McNitt, FB 2017-- Chris Spachman, DT 1986-- 1987-- Jeff Jamrog, DE 1988-- Mark Blazek, FS Gerry Gdowski, QB 1989-- 1990-- Pat Tyrance, LB 1991-- Pat Engelbert, DT 1992-- Will Shields, OG Trev Alberts, OLB 1993-- Terry Connealy, DT 1994-- 1995-- Aaron Graham, C 1996-- Jared Tomich, RE 1997-- Grant Wistrom, RE 1998-- Joel Makovicka, FB 1999 -- Mike Brown, ROV 2000-- Dan Alexander, IB 2001-- Eric Crouch, QB Tracey Wistrom, TE 2002-- DeJuan Groce, CB Demorrio Williams, LB 2003-- 2004-- Barrett Ruud, LB 2005-- Sam Koch, P 2006-- Zac Taylor, QB 2007-- Bo Ruud, LB 2008-- Nate Swift, WR Ndamukong Suh, DT 2009-- Alex Henery, PK 2010-- 2011-- Lavonte David, LB 2012-- Rex Burkhead, IB 2013-- Jeremiah Sirles, OT 2014-- Ameer Abdullah, IB 2015-- Jack Gangwish, DE Jordan Westerkamp, WR 2016-- 2017-- Drew Brown, PK Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 57

58 Nebraska Captains Football 1964-- Pat Engelbert, MG 1991-- Lyle Sittler, C 1890 Ebenezer E. Mockett* -- Mickey Joseph, QB Bobby Hohn, HB 1891-- James H. Johnston, E** Tyrone Legette, CB Frank Solich, FB 1965-- 1892-- James H. Johnston, E Erik Wiegert, OT Mike Kennedy, LB 1893-- Ike E. Pace, QB 1992-- Travis Hill, OLB Bob Churchich, QB 1966-- George H. Dern, G 1894-- John Parrella, DT Larry Wachholtz, S 1895-- Wilmer W. Wilson, G Jim Scott, C 1967-- Ben Gregory, HB 1896-- Orley B. Thorpe, QB William Washington, TE Marv Mueller, S 1897-- George C. Shedd, FB 1993-- Trev Alberts, OLB 1968-- Tom Penney, SE 1898-- William C. Melford, C Gerald Armstrong, TE Jim Hawkins, CB Lance Lundberg, OT Charles E. Williams, HB 1899-- Kevin Ramaekers, DT -- 1969 Mike Green, FB 1900-- Fred Brew, G John Reece, CB Dana Stephenson, CB John Westover, T 1901-- Terry Connealy, DT 1994-- 1970-- Dan Schneiss, FB John Westover, T 1902-- Ed Stewart, LB Jerry Murtaugh, LB Johnny R. Bender, HB 1903-- Zach Wiegert, OT Jerry Tagge, QB 1971-- Maurice Benedict, QB 1904-- Rob Zatechka, OT Jim Anderson, CB 1905-- Charles T. Borg, C 1995-- Phil Ellis, LB 1972-- Doug Dumler, C 1906-- John G. Mason, T Aaron Graham, C Bill Janssen, OT 1907 -- John H. Weller, HB Mark Gilman, TE Christian Peter, DT 1973-- Daryl White, OT 1908-- J.B. Harvey, E Tony Veland, FS John Dutton, DT O.A. Beltzer, HB 1909-- 1996-- Damon Benning, IB 1974-- David Humm, QB LeRoy Temple, T 1910-- Chris Dishman, OG Tom Ruud, LB Sylvester V. Shonka, T 1911-- Mike Minter, ROV 1975-- Terry Luck, QB 1912-- Ernest Frank, HB Jared Tomich, RE Bob Martin, DE Leonard Purdy, HB 1913-- 1997-- Vershan Jackson, TE 1976-- Vince Ferragamo, QB Vic Halligan, T 1914-- Jason Peter, DT Clete Pillen, LB Dick B. Rutherford, HB 1915-- Aaron Taylor, OG 1977-- Greg Jorgensen, OG Tim H. Corey, T 1916-- Grant Wistrom, RE Jay Foreman, LB 1998-- Jeff Carpenter, LB 1917 Ed Shaw, T -- Josh Heskew, C 1978-- Tom Sorley, QB 1918-- Ernest Hubka, FB Sheldon Jackson, TE George Andrews, DE 1919-- Paul Dobson, HB Chad Kelsay, RE Tim Smith, SE -- 1979 1920-- Bill L. Day, C Joel Makovicka, FB Lawrence Cole, DE 1921-- Clarence E. Swanson, E -- 1999 Mike Brown, ROV 1980-- Randy Schleusener, OG 1922-- Chick S. Hartley, QB Ralph Brown, CB Derrie Nelson, DE Verne Lewellen, QB 1923-- T.J. DeBates, TE 1981-- Mark Mauer, QB Ed Weir, T 1924-- Adam Julch, OT Jimmy Williams, DE 1925-- Ed Weir, T 2000-- Dan Alexander, IB Russ Hochstein, OG 1982-- Dave Rimington, C Lonnie Stiner, T 1926-- Loran Kaiser, DT Steve Damkroger, LB -- John "Jug" Brown, QB 1927 Carlos Polk, MLB 1983-- Turner Gill, QB 1928-- Edward Howell, HB Jason Schwab, OT Mike Keeler, DT Elmer Holm, G Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE Dean Steinkuhler, OG 1929-- George Farley, HB Keyuo Craver, CB 2001-- Mike Tranmer, MG 1930-49-- Appointed Each Game Eric Crouch, QB 1984-- Bret Clark, S 1950-- Charley Toogood, T Jeremy Slechta, DT Jeff Smith, IB Bill Mueller, HB Dave Volk, OT Mark Traynowicz, C Robert Mullen, C/T Tracey Wistrom, TE 2002-- 1985-- Mike Knox, LB John Garrison, C Don Bloom, HB DeJuan Groce, CB Bill Lewis, C Frank Simon, E 1951-- Chris Kelsay, RE Jim Skow, DT Robert Mullen, T Jammal Lord, QB 2003-- Marc Munford, LB 1986-- Bobby Reynolds, HB 1952-- Judd Davies, FB Stan Parker, OG Ed Hussmann, T Trevor Johnson, DE Chris Spachman, DT Carl Brasee, G Demorrio Williams, WLB plus one game captain 1953-- Bill Schabacker, E plus one special teams 1987-- John McCormick, OG Jerry Minnick, T captain each game Neil Smith, MG 1954-57-- Appointed Each Game Josh Bullocks, FS 2004-- Doug Welniak, LB Joe Dailey, QB 1958-- Mike Lee, E Mark Blazek, SS 1988-- Ross Pilkington, WR Dick McCashland, FB Andy Keeler, OG Barrett Ruud, MLB 1959 Appointed Each Game -- Steve Taylor, QB 2005-- Daniel Bullocks, SS 1960-- Roland McDole, T Broderick Thomas, OLB Cory Ross, IB Pat Fischer, QB Doug Glaser, OT 1989 -- Zac Taylor, QB 2006-- Don Fricke, C Gerry Gdowski, QB Adam Carriker, DE 1961-- Don Purcell, E Randall Jobman, LB Brandon Rigoni, DB Jeff Mills, OLB Mick Tinglehoff, C Zack Bowman, CB 2007-- 1990-- Reggie Cooper, SS Pat Clare, HB Brett Byford, C David Edeal, C Bo Ruud, LB 1962-- Bill Thornton, FB Pat Tyrance, LB Dwain Carlson, G Jim Wanek, OG 1963-- Dennis Claridge, QB John Kirby, G Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 58

59 Joe Ganz, QB 2008#-- Zach Potter, DE Ty Steinkuhler, DT Nate Swift, WR 2009#-- Jacob Hickman, C Ndamukong Suh, DT Football Alex Henery, PK/P 2010#-- Pierre Allen, DE Prince Amukamara, CB Roy Helu Jr., RB Alex Henery, PK/P 2011#-- Rex Burkhead, IB Lavonte David, LB Brett Maher, PK/P 2012#-- Rex Burkhead, IB Taylor Martinez, QB Will Compton, LB Baker Steinkuhler, DT Brett Maher, PK/P 2013-- Ameer Abdullah, IB Jason Ankrah, DE Taylor Martinez, QB Quincy Enunwa, WR Spencer Long, OL Ciante Evans, CB 2014-- Ameer Abdullah, IB Kenny Bell, WR Corey Cooper, S Jake Cotton, OG Josh Mitchell, CB 201 5 -- Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB Maliek Collins, DT Jack Gangwish, DE Nate Gerry, S Alex Lewis, OT Jordan Westerkamp, WR 2016-- Josh Banderas, LB Nathan Gerry, S Dylan Utter, C Jordan Westerkamp, WR 2017-- Jerald Foster, OG Joshua Kalu, S Tanner Lee, QB Luke McNitt, FB Chris Weber, LB *Albert Troyer elected but was then injured and became manager **Replaced Mockett after first game #Coaches appointed game captains each week then announced season captains at the end of the year Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 59

60 Husker Postseason Game Participants Football 1994-- Barron Miles, CB East-West Shrine Blue-Gray - Montgomery, Ala. Ed Stewart, LB Multiple sites (discontinued, 2003) Rob Zatechka, OT 1925-- Harold Hutchison, C 1947-- Fred Lorenz, G 1995-- Tommie Frazier, QB Frank Wilkins, G Lonnie Stiner, T 1926-- Aaron Graham, C Ron McDole, T 1927-- 1960-- Glenn Presnell, HB Adam Treu, OT 1996-- Roy Randels, T 1962-- Dennis Stuewe, HB Scott Frost, QB 1997-- 1928-- Warren Powers, FB Dan McMullen, G 1998-- Jay Foreman, MLB Blue Howell, HB Dwain Carlson, G Correll Buckhalter, IB 2000-- 1929-- Clair Sloan, B 1965-- Kent McCloughan, HB Russ Hochstein, OG 1968-- Barry Alvarez, LB Ray Richards, T Jamie Burrow, MLB 2001-- Marion Broadstone, T 1930-- Jim McCord, DT 2002-- Dahrran Diedrick, IB Wayne Meylan, MG Elmer Greenberg, G Cory Ross, IB 2005-- Bob Liggett, DE 1969-- 1931-- Charles Justice, G Le Kevin Smith, DT Rene Anderson, DB 1977-- George Koster, G 2006-- Zac Taylor, QB 1932-- Lawrence Ely, C Matt Herian, TE Steve Hokuf, E Hula Bowl - Honolulu, Hawaii 2007-- Zack Bowman, DB Gail O'Brien, T l933-- (discontinued, 2008) Sam Keller, QB George Sauer, FB Kent McCloughan, HB 1965-- 2008-- Marlon Lucky, IB Frank Meier, C 1934-- Walt Barnes, OT 1966-- T.J. O’Leary, LS 1935-- Jerry LaNoue, HB Freeman White, SE Matt Slauson, OG Bernard Scherer, E LaVerne Allers, OG 1967-- Quincy Enunwa, WR 2013-- 1936-- Lloyd Cardwell, HB Wayne Meylan, MG 1968-- Jeremiah Sirles, OT Sam Francis, FB 1969-- Joe Armstrong, OG Corey Cooper, S 2014-- Les McDonald, E Glenn Patterson, C 1970-- 2015-- Alex Lewis, OT Biff Jones, coach 1937-- Mike Wynn, DE Drew Brown, PK 2017-- Elmer Dohrmann, E Jerry Murtaugh, LB 1971-- Joshua Kalu, DB Fred Shirey, T Joe Orduna, HB 1938-- Charles Brock, C 1972-- Dick Rupert, OG College All-Star - Chicago, Ill. Sam Schwartzkopf, T 1939-- Jerry Tagge, QB George Abel, G 1941-- (discontinued, 1976) Jeff Kinney, HB Vike Francis, FB 1934-- George Sauer, FB Bob Devaney, head coach 1944-- Bob DeFruiter, HB Bernie Masterson, QB 1973-- Johnny Rodgers, WB 1949-- Tom Novak, C 1937-- Sam Francis, FB Bill Olds, FB Fran Nagle, QB 1950-- Lloyd Cardwell, HB 1974-- Steve Manstedt, DE Charles Toogood, T Fred Shirey, T 1938-- 1975-- Tony Davis, FB Frank Simon, E 1951-- 1939-- Charles Brock, C Bob Martin, DE 1952-- Ed Husmann, OT 1940-- Bob Seeman, E 1976-- Vince Ferragamo, QB Bobby Reynolds, HB 1941-- Herman Rohrig, HB Dave Butterfield, DB 1953-- Ted Connor, OT Ray Prochaska, E Tom Davis, C 1977-- 1955-- Rex Fischer, QB Warren Alfson, G 1978-- Kelvin Clark, OT 1962-- Bill Thornton, FB Clarence Herndon, T 1942-- Rick Berns, IB 1968-- Dick Davis, FB George Abel, G George Andrews, DE Joe Armstrong, G 1944-- Ted Kenfield, FB Junior Miller, TE 1979-- Bob Devaney, head coach 1950-- Tom Novak, C I.M. Hipp, IB 1977-- Tom Davis, C Fran Nagle, QB 1951-- 1980-- Jarvis Redwine, IB Stan Waldemore, OT Bill Thornton, FB 1963-- Derrie Nelson, DE 1978-- Barney Cotton, G 1964-- Lloyd Voss, OT Dan Hurley, OT 1981-- Tim Smith, SE/P 1979-- Dennis Claridge, QB Jimmy Williams, DE 1980-- Russell Gary, S Walt Barnes, OT 1966-- Roger Craig, IB 1982-- 1981-- Ric Lindquist, CB Carel Stith, OT 1967-- Dave Rimington, C Henry Waechter, DT Wayne Meylan, MG 1968-- Jamie Williams, TE Steve Damkroger, LB 1982-- 1971-- Bob Newton, OT Dean Steinkuhler, OG 1983-- Randy Theiss, OT Jeff Kinney, HB 1972-- Todd Frain, TE 1985-- Toby Williams, DT Van Brownson, QB Tom Welter, OT 1986-- 1983-- Turner Gill, QB Jerry Tagge, QB 1987-- Keith Jones, IB Mike Rozier, IB Larry Jacobson, DT Keven Lightner, OT Irving Fryar, WB Bob Devaney, head coach Todd Millikan, TE 1988-- Scott Raridon, OT assistant coaches Broderick Thomas, OLB 1984-- Jeff Smith, IB Mike Corgan Doug Glaser, OT 1989-- Marc Munford, LB 1986-- Cletus Fischer 1990-- David Edeal, C Dale Klein, PK Carl Selmer 1992-- Will Shields, OG 1987-- Tom Banderas, TE Tom Osborne Toby Wright, ROV 1993-- Tim Rother, DT Monte Kiffin 1994-- Troy Dumas, LB 1988-- LeRoy Etienne, LB John Melton Donta Jones, OLB Todd Millikan, TE Warren Powers 1995-- Brook Berringer, QB Steve Taylor, QB 1973-- Bill Olds, FB Clinton Childs, IB 1989-- Ken Clark, RB Joe Blahak, DB Phil Ellis, LB Doug Glaser, OT Rich Glover, MG Tony Veland, FS Jake Young, C 1975-- Tom Ruud, LB Tyrone Williams, CB Bruce Pickens, CB 1990-- Bob Nelson, LB Brian Schuster, FB 1996-- 1991-- Tyrone Legette, CB Tom Alward, OG 1997-- Eric Anderson, OT 1992-- Will Shields, OG Scott Frost, QB Eric Warfield, DB Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 60

61 Dwain Carlson, G Kris Brown, PK 1998-- 1963-- Aaron Taylor, OG 1998-- Bill Thornton, FB Jay Foreman, MLB 1999-- Chad Kelsay, RE Josh Heskew, C Dennis Claridge, QB 1964-- Mike Rucker, RE Lloyd Voss, OT Dan Hadenfeldt, P 1999-- Jason Wiltz, DT Aaron Wills, RE Bob Brown, OG Joel Makovicka, FB Larry Kramer, OT Eric Johnson, LB 1965-- Steve Warren, DT 2000-- Football 2000-- Dan Hadenfeldt, P Lyle Sittler, C Ralph Brown, CB 1966-- Russ Hochstein, OG Freeman White, SE Mike Brown, ROV Tony Jeter, TE 2001-- Eric Crouch, QB 2001-- Bobby Newcombe, WB 2002-- Walt Barnes, OT Josh Brown, PK Carlos Polk, MLB Kelly Petersen, C 1967-- Jon Clanton, DT Dan Alexander, IB Wilson Thomas, SE Larry Wachholtz, DB Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE Harry Wilson, HB 2005-- Titus Adams, DT 2002-- Keyuo Craver, CB Wayne Meylan, MG 2007-- Corey McKeon, LB 1968-- Tracey Wistrom, TE Maurice Purify, WR Bob Liggett, DT 1970-- DeJuan Groce, CB 2003-- Jim McFarland, TE Chris Kelsay, RE Ken Geddes, LB 2004-- Kyle Larson, P Senior Bowl - Mobile, Ala. 1971-- Jerry Murtaugh, LB Demorrio Williams, WLB Fran Nagle, B 1951-- Joe Orduna, HB 2005 -- Barrett Ruud, MLB Jerry Minnick, T 1954-- Bob Newton, OT 2006-- Daniel Bullocks, SS 1955-- Don Glantz, T Dan Schneiss, FB 2007-- Stewart Bradley, LB Ron McDole, T 1961-- Bob Devaney, coach Adam Carriker, DE 1964-- Lloyd Voss, T 1972-- Jeff Kinney, HB Jay Moore, DE John Kirby, G Jerry Tagge, QB 2008-- Carl Nicks, OL 1965-- Larry Kramer, T Larry Jacobson, DT 2010-- Larry Asante, S Bob Hohn, HB Dave Humm, QB 1975-- Phillip Dillard, LB 1966-- Tony Jeter, TE Marvin Crenshaw, OT Pierre Allen, DE 2011-- Pete Tatman, FB 1967-- Eric Hagg, DB Harry Wilson, HB Roy Helu Jr., RB Southwest Challenge Bowl Larry Wachholtz, DB Alex Henery, PK Carel Stith, DT (1962 only) Mike McNeill, TE 1968-- Barry Alvarez, LB 1962-- Tyrone Robertson, T Niles Paul, WR Jim McCord, DT Gary Toogood, G 2012-- Lavonte David, LB 1970-- Dana Stephenson, DB Dwain Carlson, G Alfonzo Dennard, DB Ken Geddes, LB Bill Thornton, FB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB 2014-- Jim McFarland, TE Ameer Abdullah, IB 2015-- Dave Walline, DT 1971-- Tokyo, Japan Japan Bowl - 2016-- Nathan Gerry, S Bob Newton, OT (discontinued, 1991) 2017-- Tanner Lee, QB 1972-- Larry Jacobson, DT 1975-- Tony Davis, FB 1973-- Willie Harper, DE Bob Martin, DE Doug Dumler, C Shrine North-South - Miami, Fla. 1976-- Vince Ferragamo, QB Daryl White, OT 1974-- (discontinued 1969) Dave Butterfield, DB John Dutton, DT Don Strasheim, G 1950-- Tom Davis, C 1977-- Rich Sanger, PK John Bordogna, B 1953-- 1978-- Rick Berns, IB Tom Ruud, LB 1975-- Pat Fischer, QB 1960-- George Andrews, DE Bob Nelson, LB Al Larson, DB 1969-- Tim Smith, SE 1979-- Dave Humm, QB Junior Miller, TE Rik Bonness, C 1976-- All-American Bowl I.M. Hipp, IB Wonder Monds, DB Jarvis Redwine, IB 1980-- (discontinued 1975) Mike Fultz, DT 1977-- Derrie Nelson, DE Mick Tinglehoff, C 1961-- Greg Jorgensen, OG 1978-- 1981-- Dan Hurley, OT Dana Stephenson, DB 1969-- Ken Spaeth, TE Ric Lindquist, CB Sherwin Jarmon, DE Stan Waldemore, OT Jimmy Williams, DE Jim McFarland, TE 1980-- Kelly Saalfeld, C Roger Craig, IB 1982-- 1970-- Guy Ingles, SE Bill Barnett, DT Randy Theiss, OT Paul Rogers, PK Rod Horn, DT Jamie Williams, TE Dan Schneiss, FB 1981-- Russell Gary, S 1983-- Dean Steinkuhler, OG 1971-- Van Brownson, QB 1982-- Phil Bates, FB Mike Rozier, IB Keith Wortman, OG Jeff Krejci, S Turner Gill, QB (MVP) Carl Johnson, OT Allen Lyday, CB 1983-- Irving Fryar, WB Bob Devaney, coach Jamie Williams, TE Bret Clark, S 1984-- Rich Glover, MG 1972-- 1985-- Mark Behning, OT Jeff Smith, HB Bill Janssen, DT 1986-- Bill Lewis, C Mark Traynowicz, C Joe Blahak, DB 1987-- Stan Parker, OG 1985-- Mike Knox, LB Jerry List, TE Tim Rother, DT 1988-- Tom Rathman, FB Gary Dixon, HB 1989-- Dana Brinson, WR Jim Skow, DT Monte Johnson, DT Kenny Walker, DT 1991-- Brian Davis, CB 1986-- 1974-- Bob Thornton, DB Tyrone Hughes, SE/CB 1993-- Danny Noonan, MG Zaven Yaralian, DB John Reece, FS 1994-- Chris Spachman, DT John Bell, MG Terry Connealy, DT 1995-- 1987-- Tom Banderas, TE 1975-- Jimmy Burrow, DB Brenden Stai, OG Neil Smith, DE 1997-- Michael Booker, CB 1988-- Mark Blazek, S Coaches All-America Game Chris Dishman, OT Dana Brinson, WR Lubbock, Texas Mike Minter, ROV Broderick Thomas, OLB Jared Tomich, RE (discontinued 1975) 1989-- Jake Young, C Jamel Williams, LB Ron McDole, T 1961-- Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 61

62 1990-- Reggie Cooper, S Mike Croel, OLB Football Kenny Walker, DT Pat Engelbert, MG 1991-- Nate Turner, WB Olympia Gold Bowl (1981 only) San Diego, Calif. Rodney Lewis, CB 1981-- Sammy Sims, S Henry Waechter, DE Canadian-American Bowl Tampa, Fla. (discontinued 1979) 1976-- Jim Pillen, M Challenge Bowl - Seattle, Wash. (1977-78 only) 1978-- Tom Sorley, QB Jim Pillen, M Kelvin Clark, OT Barney Cotton, OG Billy Todd, PK Bruce Dunning, LB Gridiron Classic - Orlando, Fla. 1998-- Kris Brown, PK 1999-- Adam Julch, OT 2000-- Dan Hadenfeldt, P 2001-- Jeremy Slechta, DT 2002-- John Garrison, C Scott Shanle, LB 2003-- Jammal Lord, QB T.J. Hollowell, LB Paradise Bowl - St. George, Utah 2002-- Thunder Collins, IB Las Vegas Football Classic Las Vegas, Nev. 2004-- Mike Erickson, OT Inta Juice All-Star Game Houston, Texas 2006-- Barry Cryer, DT Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game El Paso, Texas 2007-- Steve Octavien, LB 2008-- Cody Glenn, LB Lydon Murtha, OT Zach Potter, DE Eastham Energy College All-Star Game Tempe, Ariz. 2010-- Ricky Henry, OL D.J. Jones, OL NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Los Angeles, Calif. 2012-- Will Compton, LB Ben Cotton, TE 2013-- Ciante Evans, DB Brent Qvale, OT Zaire Anderson, LB 2014-- 2016-- Cethan Carter, TE Chris Jones, CB 2017-- Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 62

63 Nebraska Football Hall of Fame Fred Davis, Doane, Years listed indicate years letters Dana Brinson, Nebraska, 1985-88 (2009) were earned. (Number in parenthesis 1964-67 (2016) Tom Davis, Nebraska, Marlin Briscoe, Omaha U., represents year enshrined) Football 1975-77 (2003) 1963-67 (1978) Marion Broadstone, Nebraska, Tony Davis, Nebraska, A-E 1973-75 (1991) 1928-30 (2001) Fred Abboud, Omaha U., Chris Dishman, Nebraska, Charlie Brock, Nebraska, 1947-50 (1985) 1936-38 (1972) 1993-96 (2006) George Abel, Nebraska, Bob Brown, Nebraska, Jack Dodd, Nebraska, 1939-41 (1984) (1996) 1935, 37-38 1961-63 (1977) Harlan Aden, Omaha U., Jerry Brown, Nebraska, Elmer Dohrmann, Nebraska, 1963-65 (1997) 1955-57 (1997) 1934-37 (1980) Trev Alberts, Nebraska, Pat Donohoe, Wayne State, Kenny Brown, Nebraska, 1990-93 (1994) 1973-76 (1998) 1975-79 (2009) Dan Alexander, Nebraska, Ron Douglas, Nebraska, Kris Brown, Nebraska, 1997-2000 (2010) 1995-98 (2016) 1934-36 (1995) Warren Alfson, Nebraska, Mike Brown, Nebraska, Ted Doyle, Nebraska, 1938-40 (1975) 1935-37 (1990) 1996-99 (2011) Gerald Allen, Omaha U., Charles Duda, Nebraska, Ralph Brown, Nebraska, 1962-65 (2005) 1996-99 (2011) 1941-42 (1994) LaVerne Allers, Nebraska, Charles Bryant, Nebraska, John Dutton, Nebraska, 1964-66 (1995) 1970-73 (1981) 1951-54 (1987) Paul Amen, Nebraska, , Nebraska, Josh Bullocks Lawrence Ely, Nebraska, 1935-37 (1983) 1930-32 (1974) 2002-04 ) 2015 ( Eric Anderson, Nebraska Dave Butterfield, Nebraska, Dennis Emanuel, Nebraska, 1994-97 (2007) 1974-76 (1996) 1951-52 (1990) Frosty Anderson, Nebraska, Lloyd Cardwell, Nebraska, Tom Emel, Hastings 1971-73 (1994) 1947-50 (2005) 1934-36 (1972) Jim Anderson, Nebraska, Dennis Carlson, Nebraska, Bill Engelhardt, Omaha U., 1969-71 (1997) 1964-65 (2009) 1953-56 (1974) George Andrews, Nebraska, Scott Engelhardt, Midland Lutheran, Adam Carriker, Nebraska, 1976-78 (1985) 2003-06 (2016) 1977-80 (2003) Joe Arenas, Omaha U., Ihling L. Carskadon, Kearney State, 1947-50 (1977) 1924-27 (2004) F-J Joe Armstrong, Nebraska, Kaye Carstens, Nebraska, Burton “Bud” Feaster, York, 1966-68 (1994) 1964-66 (2000) 1936-38, (1999) Al Bahe, Wayne State, Guy Chamberlin, Nebraska, Tony Felici, Nebraska 1946-48 (1996) 1913-15 (1971) 1980-82, (2008) Walt Barnes, Nebraska, Bob Churchich, Nebraska, Vince Ferragamo, Nebraska, 1963-65 (1988) 1964-66 (1989) 1975-76 (1984) Tim Beebe, Nebraska Wesleyan, Brett Clark, Nebraska, Cletus Fischer, Nebraska, 1984-87 (2013) 1982-84 (1996) 1945-48 (1979) Forrest Behm, Nebraska, Kelvin Clark, Nebraska, Pat Fischer, Nebraska, 1937-40 (1980) 1976-78 (2002) 1958-60 (1974) Johnny Bender, Nebraska, Ken Clark, Nebraska, Rex Fischer, Nebraska, 1900-04 (1975) 1987-89 (2008) 1955-56 (1987) Casey Beran, Chadron State, Dennis Claridge, Nebraska, Dr. George Flippin, Nebraska, 1996-99 (2018) 1961-63 (1976) 1891-94 (1974) Joy Berquist, Nebraska, Brad Colburn , Midland , Sam Francis, Nebraska, 1921-23 (1998) 1994-97 ( 2015 ) 1934-36 (1972) Rick Berns, Nebraska, Justin Coleman, Nebraska-Kearney, Vike Francis, Nebraska, 1976-78 (1992) 1997-2000 (2014) 1939-40 (1986) Brook Berringer , Nebraska, Ted Connor, Nebraska, Owen Frank, Nebraska, 1992-95 ( 2015 ) 1952-53 (2005) 1909-11 (1999) Joe Blahak, Nebraska, Reggie Cooper, Nebraska, Andra Franklin, Nebraska, 1970-72 (1990) 1987-90 (2013) 1977-80 (1990) Paul Blazevich, Omaha U., Tim H. Corey, Nebraska, Tommie Frazier, Nebraska, 1959-62 (1984) 1914-16 (2002) 1992-95 (1996) l eyan, Brian Bohling, Nebraska Wes Roger Craig, Nebraska, Bob Frieze, Midland Lutheran, 1996-99 (2008) 1980-82 (l989) 1959-61 (1999) Don Boll, Nebraska, Keyuo Craver, Nebraska, , Nebraska, Scott Frost 1950-52 (1990) 1998-01 (2013) 1996-97 ) 2015 ( Rik Bonness, Nebraska, Marvin Crenshaw, Nebraska, Irving Fryar, Nebraska, 1972-75 (1981) 1972-74 (2003) 1981-83 (1993) John Bordogna, Nebraska, Mike Croel, Nebraska, Danny Fulton, Nebraska-Omaha, 1951-53 (1988) 1987-90 (2003) 1975-77 (1987) Jon Bostick, Nebraska, Eric Crouch, Nebraska, Brad Fults, Chadron State 1989-91 (2004) 1998-2001 (2002) 1975-78 (2007) Shawn Bouwens, Nebraska W esleyan, Clayton Curtis, Nebraska, Mike Fultz, Nebraska, 1986-89 (2002) 1950-52 (1991) 1974-76 (1988) Dale Bradley, Nebraska, Steve Damkroger, Nebraska, Russell Gary, Nebraska, 1940-42 (1998) 1979-82 (1995) 1978-80 (2013) Nate Bradley, Peru State, Dick Davis, Nebraska, Gerry Gdowski, Nebraska, 1988-91 (2001) 1966-68 (1995) 1987-89 (2000) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 63

64 John Marrow, Kearney State, Ken Geddes, Nebraska, Ted James, Nebraska, 1967-69 (1996) 1935-36 (1990) 1926-28 (1982) Football Bob Martin, Nebraska, Turner Gill, Nebraska, Tony Jeter, Nebraska, 1963-65 (1986) 1981-83 (1989) 1973-75 (1993) Carl Johnson, Nebraska, Don Glantz, Nebraska, Bernie Masterson, Nebraska, 1931-33 (1977) 1953-54 (1999) 1970-71 (2014) Burt Mattheis, Wayne State, Doug Glaser, Nebraska, Larry Johnson, Omaha U., 1987-89 (2002) 1949-52 (1987) 1962-65 (1980) Rich Glover, Nebraska, Mitch Johnson, Kearney State Bob Matthews, Omaha U., 1970-72 (1973) 1939-41 (1992) 1973-76 (2012) Calvin Jones, Nebraska, Aaron Graham, Nebraska, Les McDonald, Nebraska, 1934-36 (1991) 1992-95 (2005) 1991-93 (2004) Donta Jones, Nebraska, Kent McCloughan, Nebraska, Ahman Green, Nebraska, 1962-64 (1993) 1995-97 (2012) 1991-94 (2007) Jim McCord, Nebraska, Jimmy Jones, Nebraska-Omaha, Larry Green, Doane, 1962-65 (2011) 1965-67 (2002) 1966-69 (2002) John McCormick, Nebraska, Keith Jones, Nebraska, Elmer Greenberg, Nebraska, 1927-30 (1979) 1984-87 (2004) 1985-87 (2002) Jim McFarland, Nebraska, Willie Greenlaw, Nebraska, 1968-69 (1999) 1955-56 (1989) K-O Donnie McGhee, Nebraska, Harry Grimminger, Nebraska, Chad Kelsay, Nebraska, 1982-84 (2003) 1968-70 (2017) 1995-98 (2017) DeJuan Groce, Nebraska, LaVerne McKelvey, Chadron, Mike Kennedy, Nebraska, 1999-02 (2012) 1920-24 (2000) 1963-65 (1998) Daniel McMullen, Nebraska, Rex Grosshart, Doane, Jeff Kinney, Nebraska, 1925-28 (1979) 1947-50 (2006) 1969-71 (1981) Harold Haberman, York, Jon McWilliams, Nebraska, Dale Klein, Nebraska, 1953-55 (2000) 1937-40 (1993) 1984-86 (2012) Bob Mehring, Nebraska, Vic Halligan, Nebraska, Johnny Knolla, Creighton, 1935-37 (1983) 1912-14 (1973) 1938-40 (1975) Frank Meier, Nebraska, Willie Harper, Nebraska, Mike Knox, Nebraska, 1970-72 (1983) 1932-34 (1984) 1981-85 (2004) Robert Hauver, Kearney State, Ruben Mendoza, Wayne State Craig Koinzan, Doane, 1945-48 (1995) 1983-85 (2007) 1965-68 (1996) John Havekost, Nebraska, Rex Mercer, Nebraska Wesleyan, Bill Kosch, Nebraska, 1977-79 (2013) 1942-48 (1987) 1969-71 (1997) Josh Heskew, Nebraska Dave Meyer, Midland Lutheran, George Koster, Nebraska, 1995-98 (2012) 1972-75 (2011) 1929-31 (1986) Max Hester, Kearney State, Herbert Meyer, Concordia, Larry Kramer, Nebraska, (2006) 1937-39 (1989) 1962-64 (1987) Carl Meyers, Nebraska-Omaha, ReVoe Hill, Midland Lutheran, Jeff Krejci , Nebraska, 1961-63 (2006) 1938-41, 1946 (1995) ) 2015 1979-81 ( Wayne Meylan, Nebraska, Travis Hill, Nebraska, Ernest Kroger, Nebraska, 1989-92 (2005) 1965-67 (1979) 1907-08 (2003) I.M. Hipp, Nebraska, Barron Miles, Nebraska, Tom Kropp, Kearney State, 1992-94 (2005) 1977-79 (1995) 1972-75 (1986) Junior Miller, Nebraska, Russ Hochstein, Nebraska Robert Kruse, Wayne State, 1997-2000 (2014) 1977-79 (1988) 1964-67 (2009) Milford “Dub” Miller, Chadron State, Steve Hokuf, Nebraska, Rod Kush, Nebraska-Omaha, 1931-34 (2004) 1929-32 (1980) 1976-78 (1989) Alvin Holder, Peru State, Todd Millikan, Nebraska, Kyle Larson, Nebraska, 1979-81 (1999) 1985-88 (2010) 2001-03 (2018) Jerry Minnick, Nebraska, Harry Hopp, Nebraska, Tyrone Legette, Nebraska 1938-40 (1985) 1951-53 (1981) 1989-91 (2007) Mike Minter, Nebraska, Rod Horn, Nebraska, Verne Lewellen, Nebraska, 1993-96 (2006) 1977-79 (2003) 1921-23 (1975) Edward E. “Blue” Howell, Nebraska, E.E. Mockett, Nebraska, Bill Lewis, Nebraska, 1890-91 (1994) 1926-28 (1978) 1983-85 (2003) Johnny Howell, Nebraska, Wonder Monds, Nebraska, Bob Liggett, Nebraska, 1935-37 (1997) 1973-75 (2001) 1968-69 (2008) Gerald Moore, Nebraska, Marion Hudson, Dana, Virgil (Joe) Lindahl, Wayne State, 1945-46-48 (2001) 1952-55 (1994) 1937-40 (1973) Dave Humm, Nebraska, William Mueller, Nebraska, Steve Lindquist, Nebraska, 1972-74 (1985) 1947-50 (1996) 1975-78 (2010) Richard Hutton, Nebraska, Robert Mullen, Nebraska, Bob Lingenfelter, Nebraska, 1948-51 (1995) 1946-48 (1995) 1974-76 (2006) Marc Munford, Nebraska, Guy Ingles, Nebraska, Walter “Butch” Luther, Nebraska, 1968-70 (1995) 1984-86 (1997) 1938-40 (1986) Jerry Murtaugh, Nebraska, Jim Irwin, Kearney State, Roy (Link) Lyman, Nebraska, 1968-70 (1987) 1960-63 (2012) 1919-22 (1972) Brian Muschall, Dana, Sheldon Jackson, Nebraska John Makovicka, Kearney State, 1995-98 (2008) 1986-89 (2003) 1967-70 (1996) Fran Nagle, Nebraska, Larry Jacobsen, Kearney State, Mike Mandelko, Nebraska, 1949-50 (1992) 1956-59 (1988) 1980-82 (2014) Derrie Nelson, Nebraska, Larry Jacobson, Nebraska, Steve Manstedt, Nebraska, 1969-71 (1979) 1978-80 (1998) 1971-73 (2012) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 64

65 Tom Rathman, Nebraska, Bob Newton, Nebraska, Sylvester V. Shonka, Nebraska, 1969-70 (1989) 1983-85 (1992) 1909-11 (1978) k Simon, Nebraska, Fran Dave Noble, Nebraska, Jarvis Redwine, Nebraska, 1949-51 (1997) 1979-80 (1999) 1922-24 (1972) Bobby Reynolds, Nebraska, Danny Noonan, Nebraska, Sam Singleton, Wayne State, 1984-86 (1991) 1950-52 (1972) 1967-70 (2004) Football Lyle Sittler, Nebraska, Hugh Rhea, Nebraska, Tom Novak, Nebraska, 1929-31 (1986) 1962-64 (1999) 1946-49 (1972) Choppy Rhodes, Nebraska, Jim Skow, Nebraska, Arnold Oehlrich, Nebraska, 1923-25 (1993) 1983-85 (1996) 1925-27 (1989) Ray Richards, Nebraska, Bob Sledge, Nebraska Eugene Oetting, Concordia, 1951-54 (2000) 1986-88 (2018) 1927-29 (1984) Don Olson, Nebraska, Clair Sloan, Nebraska, Dennis Richnafsky, Nebraska, 1957-59 (2000) 1927-29 (1984) 1965-67 (2001) Dave Rimington, Nebraska, Joe Orduna, Nebraska, Jack Sloey, Doane, 1967-68, 1970 (1990) 1980-83 (1983) 1938-39 (1989) Bob Brad Ottis, Wayne State, Tyrone Robertson, Nebraska, Smith, Nebraska, 1951-54 (1996) 1960-61-62 (1999) 1990-93 (2017) Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska, Jeff Smith, Nebraska, 1982-84 (2004) 1970-72 (1973) P-R Neil Smith, Nebraska, Paul Rogers, Nebraska, Adolph “Pat” Panek, Kearney St., 1968-70 (1998) 1985-87 (1998) 1922-24 (1991) Tim Smith, Nebraska, Herman Rohrig, Nebraska, John Parrella, Nebraska, 1938-40 (1983) 1977-79 (2008) 1990-92 (2001) Rudy Rotella, Omaha U., Frank Solich, Nebraska, Lee Penney, Nebraska, 1952-55 (1981) 1963-65 (1992) 1931-33 (1994) Chris Spachman, Nebraska, Dick Rupert, Nebraska, Ed Periard, Nebraska, 1984-86 (2010) 1970-71 (2005) 1968-70 (2010) Cliff Squires, Nebraska Wesleyan, Mike Rozier, Nebraska, Lawrence Pete, Nebraska, 1981-83 (1984) 1946-49 (1976) 1986-88 (2011) Mike Rucker, Nebraska Brenden Stai, Nebraska, Christian Peter, Nebraska, 1995-98 (2018) 1991-94 (2004) 1993-95 (2006) Robert Russell, Nebraska, Dean Steinkuhler, Nebraska, Jason Peter, Nebraska 1981-83 (1984) 1920-22 (2000) 1994-97 (2007) Arth R.B. “Dick” Rutherford, Nebraska, ur Stevenson, Hastings, Jack Petersen, Omaha U., 1935-37 (1979) 1913-15 (1988) 1961-63 (1983) Ed Stewart, Nebraska, Barrett Ruud, Nebraska, Kelly Petersen, Nebraska, 2001-04 (2014) 1991-94 (2004) 1965-66 (2008) Tom Ruud, Nebraska, Chuck Stickels, Hastings, Greg Peterson, Nebraska Wesleyan, 1951-54 (1997) 1972-74 (1997) 1981-83 (2001) Alonzo “Lonnie” Stiner, George “Babe” Petrow, Midland Lutheran, 1925-26 (2008) S-Z 1940-42 (1990) Carel Stith, Nebraska, Kelly Saalfeld, Nebraska, Roy “Cowboy” Petsch, Nebraska, 1965-66 (2011) 1977-79 (2009) 1938-40 (1982) Scott Strasburger, Nebraska, Don Pflasterer, Omaha U., Mike Sallier, Doane, 1982-84 (2005) 1967-70 (2010) 1939-41 (1990) Don Strasheim, Nebraska, Bob Pickens, Nebraska, Carl Samuelson, Nebraska, 1950 (1993) 1966 (2010) 1945-47 (1982) Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska, George Sauer, Nebraska, Clete Pillen, Nebraska, 2006-09 (2010) 1931-33 (1971) 1974-76 (2003) John Suhr, Concordia, Jim Pillen, Nebraska, Roger Sayers, Omaha U., 1956-59 (2009) 1976-78 (2004) 1960-63 (1988) Dean Sukup, Nebraska Alan Pogue, Dana, Bill Schabacker, Nebraska, 1978-79 (2016) 1984-87 (2005) 1951-53 (2001) Clarence Swanson, Nebraska, Bernie Scherer, Nebraska, Chris Pohle, Hastings, 1919-22 (1974) 1991-92 (2008) 1933-35 (1985) Jerry Tagge, Nebraska, Carlos Polk, Nebraska, Leo Scherer, Nebraska, 1969-71 (1978) 1997-2000 (2010) 1920-22 (1987) Aaro n Taylor, Nebraska, Vic Schleich, Nebraska, Grove Porter, Nebraska, 1994-97 (1998) 1914 (1985) 1940-42 (1988) Steve Taylor, Nebraska, Randy Schleusener, Nebraska, Glenn Presnell, Nebraska, 1985-88 (1999) 1978-80 (2002) 1925-27 (1973) Zac Taylor, Nebraska, Fred Preston, Nebraska, Dan Schmidt, Nebraska 2005-06 (2017) 1939-40 (1992) 1974-76 (2018) Bob Terrio, Nebraska, Ed Schwartzkopf, Nebraska, Ray Prochaska, Nebraska, 1970-71 (2011) 1938-40 (1986) 1937-40 (1981) Randy Theiss, Nebraska, John Sedlacek, Nebraska, Don Purcell, Nebraska, 1980-82 (2017) 1945-48 (1998) 1959-61 (1989) Broderick Thomas, Nebraska, Gary Seevers, Concordia, Dominic Raiola, Nebraska, 1985-88 (1994) 1998-2000 (2001) 1954-57 (2003) Bill “Thunder” Thornton, Nebraska, Kevin Ramaekers, Nebraska, Lynn Senkbeil, Nebraska, 1960-62 (1985) 1991-93 (2007) 1964-66 (2002) Mick Tingelhoff, Nebraska, Scott Raridon, Nebraska Will Shields, Nebraska, 1959-61 (1980) 1989-92 (1993) 1981-83 (2016) Jared Tomich, Nebraska, Fred Shirey, Nebraska, Randy Rasmussen, Kearney State, 1994-96 (2006) 1935-37 (1976) 1964-67 (1974) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 65

66 President’s Award Charlie Toogood, Nebraska, Coaches One of the most prestigious awards 1947-50 (1984) Ross Armstrong, Chadron State, Football given by the Nebraska Football Hall of LaVerne Torczon, Nebraska, 1937-53 (1991) Fame, it is presented by the Executive 1954-56 (1987) E.E. Bearg, Nebraska, Committee to deserving individuals for Mark Traynowicz, Nebraska, 1925-28 (1988) outstanding leadership and service to 1982-84 (1990) Dana X. Bible, Nebraska, the University of Nebraska, the Nebraska Pat Tyrance, Nebraska, 1929-36 (1971) Athletic Department and the Husker 1988-90 (2005) W.C. “Bummy” Booth, Football Program. Noland Urban, Nebraska Wesleyan, Nebraska, 1900-05 (1985) 1997-2000 (2010) Claire Boroff, Nebraska-Kearney, Dan Kelley Sam Vacanti, Nebraska, 1972-99 (2000) Clifford Hardin, 2010 1946 (1988) Sandy Buda, Nebraska-Omaha, Tom Osborne, 2014 Ted Vactor, Nebraska, 1978-89 (2001) Irv Veitzer, 2017 1963-65 (2000) Al Caniglia, Nebraska-Omaha, Webster VanValkenburgh, Hastings 1960-74 (1979) Clarence E. Swanson 1974-77 (2007) Lloyd Cardwell, Omaha U., Memorial Award Erick von Fange, Concordia, 1947-59 (1986) Inaugurated by the Nebraska chapter in (1995) Fred Dawson, Nebraska, 1972 to honor a person “for outstanding Lloyd Voss, Nebraska, 1921-24 (1971) contributions to the University of 1961-63 (1996) Bob Devaney, Nebraska, Nebraska and the Husker athletic Larry Wachholtz, Nebraska, 1962-72 (1971) department through personal service, 1964-66 (1982) Jim Dutcher, Doane, personal support of athletic department Kenny Walker, Nebraska, 1942-52 (1992) programs and dedication to the Husker 1989-90 (2001) Charlie Foster, Nebraska-Kearney, football program and intercollegiate Dave Walline, Nebraska, 1945-52 (2003) athletics.” 1968-70 (2001) Bill Glassford, Nebraska, Steve Warren, Nebraska, 1949-55 (2002) 1972-- Dr. Norman Carlson, Lincoln 1996-99 (2009) C.L. “Sed” Hartman, Omaha U., 1973 -- Phil Gerelick, Omaha Bill Weber, Nebraska, 1931-42 (1997) Otto Baumann, 1974-- 1981-84 (2012) Bill Jennings, Nebraska, San Gabriel, Calif. Kerry Weinmaster, Nebraska, 1957-61 (1996) 1975-- Herman Dinklage, Wisner 1976-79 (2006) Lawrence McCeney “Biff” Jones, 1976-- Irv Veitzer, Omaha Ed Weir, Nebraska, a, 1937-41 (1971) Nebrask 1977-- York A. Hinman Jr., 1923-25 (1971) Jerry Joy, Peru State, North Platte Raymond “Bub” Weller, Nebraska, 1975-82 (1999) 1978-- Emmett J. Junge, Lincoln 1920-22 (1989) A.J. Lewandowski, Nebraska, 1979-- Wally Provost, Omaha Adolph Wenke, Nebraska 1943-44 (1990) Lyell Bremser, Omaha 1980-- 1920-22 (2007) Wendell Maupin, Hastings, M.G. “Mutt” Volz, Lincoln 1981-- John Westover, Nebraska, 1971-89 (2004) 1982-- Jim Beltzer, Grand Island 1897, 1899-1902 (2002) Thurlo McCrady, Hastings, 1983 -- George Abel, Lincoln Daryl White, Nebraska, (1995) 1984-- Robert Logsdon, Lincoln 1971-73 (1994) Jack McIntire, Peru State, 1985-- H.W. Monsky, Omaha Freeman White, Nebraska, 1961-63, 1972-73 (1987) Joseph Carroll, Lincoln 1986-- 1963-65 (1982) Leo McKillip, Dana, 1987-- Dean Kratz, Omaha Oscar Wiberg, Nebraska Wesleyan, 1985-92 (2011) 1988-- Paul Schorr III, Lincoln 1923-26 (1973) Tom McLaughlin, Hastings, 1989-- D.B. “Woody” Varner, Lonnie Wickard, Chadron State, 1949-63 (1982) Lincoln 1957-58 (2000) Spec Nelson, Midland Lutheran, Dan Cook, Dallas, Texas 1990-- Erik Wiegert, Nebraska, 1937-42 (1993) 1991-- Lee Sapp, Omaha 1989-91 (2007) Al Papik, Doane, 1992-- Bob Devaney, Lincoln Zach Wiegert, Nebraska, 1955-70 (1980) 1993 Charles C. Myers, Omaha -- 1991-94 (1995) Dr. Tom Osborne, Nebraska, 1994-- Martin Massengale, Lincoln Demorrio Williams , Nebraska, 1973-97 (1998) 1995-- Milton Ebers, Fremont ) 2002-03 2015 ( Paul Peterson, Dana, Richard Herman, 1996-- Jamie Williams, Nebraska, 1942-61 (1994) Los Angeles 1979-82 (2003) E.N. Robinson, Nebraska, Don Bryant, Lincoln 1997-- Jimmy Williams, Nebraska, 1896-97 (1971) John Payne, Kearney 1998-- 1979-81 (2001) Jim Ross, Nebraska (Assistant), 1999-- Dr. John W. (Jack) Goebel, Tyrone Williams, Nebraska, 1962-76 (2005) Lincoln 1993-95 (2006) E.O. “Jumbo” Stiehm, Nebraska, 2000-- Howard Hawks, Omaha Harry Wilson , Nebraska, 1911-15 (1984) Harold and Marian Andersen, 2001-- ( 2015 ) 1964-66 Don Watchhorn, Midland Lutheran, Omaha Phil Wise, Nebraska-Omaha, 1971-91 (1989) 2002-- Dale Jensen, Scottsdale, Ariz. 1968-70 (1982) Al Wheeler, Peru State, Gates Minnick, Lincoln 2003 -- Grant Wistrom, Nebraska, 1938-63 (1983) Kenneth Morrison, Hastings 2004-- 1994-97 (1998) Fielding Yost, Nebraska, Russell and E. Louise Brehm, 2005-- Willard Witte, Nebraska, 1898 (1971) Lincoln 1927-29 (1985) Allen H. Zikmund, Kearney State, Richard A. Robinson Family, 2006-- Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 1955-71 (1977) Norfolk 2005-08 (20 8) 1 Joe Silverman, Lincoln 2007-- Jake Young, Nebraska, 2008-- Bill and Betty Cook, Beatrice 1986-89 (2000) Walter and Suzanne Scott Family, 2009-- Omaha Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 66

67 2013-- Tom and Mary Hansen, 2010-- David and Peggy Sokol, 2007-- Dane Todd, Nebraska Omaha Papillion Greg Wilmes, Dana College Nick Baldetti, Wayne State 2014-- Dan and Lisa Koch, Elkhorn 2011-- Jay and Kim Noddle, Omaha 2008-- -- Byron and Olinda Boslau, Lincoln 201 2012-- Dan and Cara Whitney, 5 201 Dr. Tom and Nancy Heiser, Lincoln Orange Bowl Hall of Honor Pawnee City -- 6 2017-- Ernie and Jan Thayer, 2013-- Chris Anderson, Lincoln Jerry Tagge (1969-71, 1989*) Football Grand Island Pat Logsdon, Lincoln Rich Glover (1970-72, 1990*) Jim and Mary Abel, Lincoln Kim and Jill Wolfe, Columbus 2018-- 2014-- Bob Brown (1961-63, 1994*) 5 201 Mike Rozier (1981-83, 1995*) Kelly and Virginia Holthus, York -- 201 6 Johnny Rodgers (1970-72, 1996*) Mike and Julie Jacobson, -- Nebraska Chapter, Irving Fryar (1981-83, 2001*) North Platte Scholarship Winners 2017-- Tom and Rhonda Peed, Tommie Frazier (1992-95, 2002*) Mike Beren, Nebraska 1973-- Turner Gill (1981-83, 2007*) Lincoln 1974-- Jeff Hill, Nebraska Bill and Ruth Scott, Omaha Ahman Green (1995-97, 2014*) 2018-- Mike O’Holleran, Nebraska 976*) Coach Bob Devaney (1962-72, 1 Dan Anderson, Nebraska 1975-- Lyell Bremser Merit Award Coach Tom Osborne (1973-1997, 1991*) Marvin Beck, UNO Inaugurated by the Nebraska chapter *year of induction 1976-- Mike Coyle, Nebraska in 1974, to honor a person “ with a John Thomsen, UNO background of interest in and support of Carl Anderson III, UNO 1977-- intercollegiate football, who has made a Duane Fritz, Chadron State sizeable contribution to society through Ted Harvey, Nebraska 1978-- public service and/or self sacrifice.” Steve Bates, Kearney State 1979-- Jim Pillen, Nebraska Lloyd Grimm, Omaha 1974-- 1980-- Bill Weidner, Hastings Gregg McBride, Omaha 1975-- 1981-- Jeff Finn, Nebraska Charles S. “Cy” Sherman, Mark Christensen, Doane Lincoln 1982-- Ric Lindquist, Nebraska Frederick Ware, Omaha 1983-- Mike Mandelko, Nebraska 1976-- Ralph Beechner, Lincoln Greg Havelka, UNO Maurice “Skip” Palrang, 1984-- Mike Tranmer, Nebraska Omaha Charles Mitchell, Chadron State Jim Ross, Lincoln Kirk Hutton, UNO 1977-- Floyd Bottorff, Lincoln 1985-- Scott Strasburger, Nebraska 1978-- Paul Schneider, Lincoln Jerry Kripal, UNO 1986-- 1979-- Ursala Walsh, Lincoln Chris Carr, Nebraska 1987-- 1980-- John K. Selleck, Lincoln; Paul LaFond, UNO Charles Washington, Omaha 1988-- none 1981-- Burton Newton, Lincoln 1989-- Tom Welter, Nebraska Helen Ruth Wagner, Lincoln 1982-- 1990-- Bill Bobbora, Nebraska 1983-- James S. Pittenger, Lincoln John Baumann, Doane 1984-- Don Bryant, Lincoln James Gallentine, Hastings George F. Sullivan, Lincoln 1985-- 1991-- Matt Korte, Concordia Dr. Paul Goetowski, Lincoln 1986-- Dan Sellon, UNO 1992-- 1987-- Dr. Pat Clare, Lincoln George Achola, Nebraska 1988-- Gail Gade, Lincoln Curtis Fox, Nebraska Wesleyan Mike Corgan, Lincoln 1989-- 1993-- Mark Fritch, Peru State Bill Shepard, Lincoln John McMillen, Nebraska Bob Billings, Omaha 1990-- 1994 -- Troy Branch, Nebraska Dr. Samuel Fuenning, 1991-- Lincoln Ryan Buckley, Hastings Jack Payne, Omaha 1992-- Stephen Gaines, Peru State Boyd Epley, Lincoln 1993-- 1995-- Kevin Christiansen, 1994-- John Melton, Lincoln Nebraska Wesleyan 1995-- Al Papik, Lincoln W. LaMont Rainey, Wayne State 1996-- Tom Allan, Omaha Matt Shaw, Nebraska Dr. Walter Reiss, California 1997-- Steve Volin, Nebraska 1996-- Dr. Raymond Peterson, 1998-- David Seizys, Nebraska 1997-- California Scott Reynolds, Hastings Ruth Michalecki, Lincoln 1999-- 1998-- Chad Wiesler, Doane John Hay, Sacramento, Calif. 2000-- Monte Christo, Nebraska 1999-- 2001-- Jerry Weber, Lincoln Larry Brown, UNO Gary Fouraker, Lincoln 2002-- 2000-- Adam Julch, Nebraska 2003-- Dr. Barbara Hibner, Lincoln Andy Stine, UNO 2004-- Charlie McBride, Wayne Webster, Doane Fountain Hills, Ariz. Mark Pentico, Doane 2001-- Milt Tenopir, Lincoln, Neb. 2005-- Jake McKee, Nebraska 2006-- Irv Veitzer, Omaha, Neb. 2002-- Chad Geiger, UNO 2007-- George Darlington, Lincoln, Neb. Mike Muma, UNK Dan Young, Lincoln 2008-- Will Dabbert, Nebraska 2003-- 2009-- Cletus, Kenneth, Rex and Justin Stark, Doane Pat Fischer and Families 2004-- Curt Tomasevicz, Nebraska 2010-- Jon and Joyanne Van Bloom, Tim Clemenger, Peru State Lincoln Dusty Keiser, Nebraska 2005-- Bruce and Darla Evertson, 2011-- Randall Hopkins, UNO Kimball Blake Tiedtke, Nebraska 2006-- Ron and Jeanie Carson, Omaha 2012-- Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 67

68 Nebraska NFL Draftees Football Year-- Round--Player, Position, Team 1965-- 3rd--Kent McCloughan, B, Washington 1976-- 3rd--Rik Bonness, LB, Oakland (3) 1936-- 12th--John Strohmeyer, T, Washington 3rd--Bernie Scherer, E, Green Bay (11) 4th--Tony Davis, RB, Cincinnati 1st--Sam Francis, B, Philadelphia (future) 1937-- 4th--Wonder Monds, DB, Pittsburgh (3) 1st--Lloyd Cardwell, B, Detroit 19th--Preston Love, B, Detroit Jets Y 6th--Bob Martin, LB, N Walt Barnes, T, Washington 2nd-- 1966-- 1st--Les McDonald, E, Chicago 8th--Jim Burrow, DB, Green Bay 1938-- (8) 3rd--Tony Jeter, E, Green Bay 5th--Fred Shirey, T, Philadelphia 11th--Dean Gissler, DT, Washington 3rd--Bob Pickens, OT, Chicago 6th--Elmer Dohrmann, E, Washington (4) 12th--John O'Leary, RB, Chicago (future) 8th--Ted Doyle, T, New York Giants 13th--Brad Jenkins, TE, Tampa Bay 12th--Dick Czap, OT, Cleveland 9th--Johnny Howell, B, Green Bay 13th--John Lee, DT, San Diego 3rd--Charley Brock, C, Green Bay 1939-- (future) 14th--Larry Mushinski, TE, Dallas 13th--James Brown, G, St. Louis 9th--Bill Callihan, B, Detroit (3) 16th--Rich Costanzo, OG, Dallas 16th--Lynn Senkbeil, LB, Chicago 9th--Bob Mills, T, New York Giants 1977-- 2nd--Mike Fultz, DT, New Orleans 1940-- (future) 8th--George Seeman, E, Green Bay A 4th--Vince Ferragamo, QB, L Rams (6) 1941-- 3rd--Harry Hopp, B, Detroit 19th--Dick Fitzgerald, T, San Francisco 5th--Ray Phillips, LB, Cincinnati (6) 4th--Walt Luther, B, Cleveland (future) 6th--Ron Pruitt, DE, Buffalo rd--Harry Wilson, HB, Philadelphia 3 1967-- 5th--Royal Kahler, T, Philadelphia 7th--Bob Lingenfelter, OT, Cleveland (5) 6th--Herman Rohrig, B, Green Bay 4th--Carel Stith, OT, Houston Y Jets 11th--Dave Butterfield, DB, N 7th--Ray Prochaska, E, Cleveland 9th--Ron Kirkland, HB, Baltimore 2nd--Brett Moritz, OG, Tampa Bay 1978-- 16th--Warren Alfson, G, Brooklyn 10th--Pete Tatman, FB, Minnesota 3rd--Stan Waldemore, OT, Atlanta (8) 1942-- 13th--Kaye Carstens, DB, Chicago 5th--Vike Francis, B, Brooklyn Jets Y 4th--Dodie Donnell, RB, N 16th--George Abel, G, Chicago 1968-- (3) --Wayne Meylan, LB, Cleveland 4th 5th--Ken Spaeth, TE, Buffalo 5th--Ben Gregory, RB, Buffalo (3) 17th--Fred Preston, E, Green Bay 6th--Tom Davis, C, Oakland 1943-- 7th--Bob Taucher, OT, Dallas 10th--Vic Schleich, T, Brooklyn 7th--Mark Dufresne, TE, Pittsburgh Rams 1969-- 12th--Al Zikmund, B, Chicago A (2) 7th--James Hawkins, DB, L 8th--Monte Anthony, RB, Baltimore (2) 1944-- 12th--Dick Davis, RB, Cleveland 15th--Bert Gissler, E, Green Bay 10th--Greg Jorgensen, OG, N Y Giants 25th--Howard Debus, B, Boston (3) 1970-- 7th--Jim McFarland, TE, St. Louis 1st--George Andrews, LB, L A 1979-- Rams (8) 27th--Al Grubaugh, T, Green Bay 7th--Ken Geddes, LB, Detroit (8) 1st--Kelvin Clark, OT, Denver 1945-- 8th--Dana Stephenson, DB, Chicago 13th--Wally Hopp, B, Detroit 3rd--Barney Cotton, OG, Cincinnati 18th--Frank Hazard, G, Green Bay 8th--Mike Wynn, DE/DT, Oakland (2) 3rd--Rick Berns, RB, Tampa Bay 10th--Frank Patrick, TE, Green Bay 1946-- (none selected) 6th--Steve Lindquist, OG, Miami 15th--Bob Liggett, DT, Kansas City Rams 10th--Carl Samuelson, T, LA 1947-- 7th--Lee Kunz, LB, Chicago 1948-- 23rd--John Pesek, E, L A Rams 16th--Mike Green, RB, San Diego 10th--Frank Lockett, WR, Green Bay 17th--Glenn Patterson, C, Dallas 32nd--Tom Novak, C, Philadelphia (2) 11th--Randy Poeschl, DT, Cleveland Giants 1971-- 1949-- 2nd--Joe Orduna, RB, San Francisco 23rd--Cletus Fischer, B, N Y 1st--Junior Miller, TE, Atlanta 1980-- (4) 4th--Tom Novak, C, Chicago 1950-- 3rd--Bob Newton, OT, Chicago 3rd--Tim Smith, WR, Houston (10) 26th--Charley Toogood, T, Cleveland (2) 8th--Paul Rogers, K, Pittsburgh 3rd--Rod Horn, DT, Cincinnati LA Rams 1951-- 11th--Dan Schneiss, TE, New England 3rd--Charley Toogood, T, 3rd--Bill Barnett, DT, Miami 1972-- 4th--Fran Nagle, B, Philadelphia 1st--Jerry Tagge, QB, Green Bay (2) 4th--I.M. Hipp, RB, Atlanta 14th--Frank Simons, E, San Francisco 1st--Jeff Kinney, RB, Kansas City (6) 1952-- 5th--Dan Pensick, DT, Kansas City Giants Y 1953-- 4th--Don Boll, G, Washington 1st--Larry Jacobson, DT, N 7th--John Havekost, OG, Denver Rams 5th--Carl Johnson, OT, New Orleans A (3) 7th--Bobby Reynolds, B, L 9th--Kelly Saalfeld, C, Green Bay 8th--Van Brownson, QB, Baltimore 9th--Ed Husmann, G, Chicago Cardinals 9th--Mark Goodspeed, OT, Miami 3rd--Ted Connor, T, Philadelphia 1954-- 10th--Keith Wortman, OG, Green Bay 10th--Kenny Brown, WR, Minnesota Jerry Minnick, G/T, Washington 1973-- 1st--Johnny Rodgers, WR, San Diego (3) 9th-- 1981-- 2nd--Russell Gary, DB, New Orleans (10) 2nd--Willie Harper, LB, San Francisco 14th--Ray Novak, B, Detroit (7) 2nd--Andra Franklin, RB, Miami 5th--Don Glantz, T, Washington --Monte Johnson, DT, Oakland 2nd 1955-- 2nd--Jarvis Redwine, RB, Minnesota 11th--Ron Clark, B, Green Bay (4) 3rd--Bill Olds, RB, Baltimore 4th--Derrie Nelson, LB, Dallas 3rd--Rich Glover, DT, N Y Giants 15th--Bob Smith, B, Cleveland 9th--John Noonan, WR, Miami 5th--Doug Dumler, C, New England 24th--Charles Bryant, G, Green Bay 9th--Randy Schleusener, OG, Cleveland (none selected) 1956-- 8th--Joe Blahak, DB, Houston 12th--Joe Adams, OG, St. Louis 8th--Bill Janssen, OT, Pittsburgh 1957-- 18th--Clarence Cook, E, Los Angeles 1st--Jimmy Williams, LB, Detroit 1982-- 10th--Dave Mason, DB, Minnesota 18th--LaVerne Torczon, G, Cleveland (2) (5) 3rd--Rodney Lewis, DB, New Orleans 11th--Jerry List, RB, Oakland (none selected) 1958-- 7 th--Henry Waechter, DT, Chicago 1st--John Dutton, DT, Baltimore 1959-- (none selected) 1974-- 7th--Phil Bates, RB, Detroit (none selected) 4th--Steve Manstedt, DE, Houston (7) 1960-- 12th-- Tom Carlstrom, OG, N Y Jets 1961-- 6th--Daryl White, OT, Cincinnati 4th--Ron McDole, T, St. Louis 1st--Dave Rimington, C, Cincinnati 1983-- 6th--Maury Damkroger, RB, New England 17th--Pat Fischer, B, St. Louis (2) (7) 2nd--Roger Craig, RB, San Francisco (none selected) 1962-- 8th--Frosty Anderson, WR, New Orleans 3rd--Jamie Williams, TE, N Y Giants 1963-- 3rd--Dennis Claridge, B, Green Bay 9th--Bob Wolfe, OT, Miami 6th--Todd Brown, WR, Detroit 13th--Ralph Powell, RB, Atlanta (future) 10th--Jeff Merrell, NT, San Francisco (3) 1975-- 1st--Tom Ruud, LB, Buffalo 5th--Bill Thornton, B, St. Louis 10th--Toby Williams, DE, New England 2nd--Bob Nelson, LB, Buffalo (12) 11th--Dave Theisen, B, L A Rams 10th--Bruce Mathison, QB, San Diego (future) 4th--John Starkebaum, LB, New Orleans 1984 regular phase-- 1964-- 1st--Bob Brown, G, Philadelphia 5th --Dave Humm, QB, Oakland 1st--Irving Fryar, WR, New England (3) 1st--Lloyd Voss, T, Green Bay 6th--Don Westbrook, WR, Baltimore (9) 1st--Dean Steinkuhler, OT, Houston 5th--Rudy Johnson, B, San Francisco 6th--Mark Doak, OT, Washington 6th--Scott Raridon, OT, Philadelphia 6th--Tom Alward, OG, N Y Jets 5th--John Kirby, LB, Minnesota 1984 supplemental phase-- 9th--Willie Ross, B, St. Louis 6th--Marvin Crenshaw, OT, Pittsburgh (3) 1st--Mike Rozier, RB, Houston 11th--Ardell Johnson, DB, Washington 15th--Monte Kiffin, T, Minnesota Jets 3rd--Turner Gill, QB, N Y 9th--Larry Kramer, T, Baltimore 14th--Ritch Bahe, WR, St. Louis 3rd--Mark Schellen, RB, San Francisco --Dennis Pavelka, OT, Washington 16th (future) 17th--Stan Hegener, OG, Pittsburgh 18th--Robert Jones, G, Washington Rams A 20th--Bob Hohn, HB, L (future) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 68

69 2006-- 2nd--Daniel Bullocks, S, Detroit 2nd--Mark Traynowicz, C, Buffalo 1985-- 5th--Jamel Williams, LB, Washington (4) 6th--Sam Koch, P, Baltimore 2nd--Mark Behning, OT, Pittsburgh (6) 5th--Eric Stokes, FS, Seattle -- 6th Raiders Le Kevin Smith, DT, New England A 7th--Bret Clark, DB, L 7th--Jon Hesse, LB, Jacksonville 9th--Scott Strasburger, LB, Dallas 7th -- Titus Adams, DT, NY Jets 1998-- 1st--Grant Wistrom, DE, St. Louis 10th --Jeff Smith, RB, Kansas City 1st--Adam Carriker, DE, St. Louis 2007-- 1st--Jason Peter, DT, Carolina (6) (4) 12th--Shane Swanson, WR, Cleveland 2nd--Brandon Jackson, IB, Green Bay Y 3rd--Scott Frost, QB, N Jets Football Stewart Bradley, LB, Philadelphia 3rd--Tom Rathman, FB, San Francisco 3rd -- 1986-- 3rd--Ahman Green, RB, Seattle (4) 3rd--Jim Skow, DE, Cincinnati 4th--Jay Moore, DE, San Francisco 7th -- Aaron Taylor, OG, Indianapolis 5th--Zackary Bowman, CB, Chicago 2008-- 7th--Paul Miles, RB, Seattle 7th--Eric Warfield, DB, Kansas City A (3) 5th--Carl Nicks, OL, New Orleans Raiders 7th--Bill Lewis, C, L 2nd--Mike Rucker, RE, Carolina 1999-- 1987-- 6th Bo Ruud, LB, New England -- 1st--Danny Noonan, DT, Dallas (7) 4th--Joel Makovicka, RB, Arizona (4) 5th--Cody Glenn, LB, Washington 2nd--Brian Davis, CB, Washington 2009-- 4th--Jason Wiltz, DL, NY Jets (3) 4th--Marc Munford, LB, Denver 6th--Matt Slauson, OL, NY Jets 5th--Jay Foreman, LB, Buffalo -- Y 7th 9th--Stan Parker, OG, N Lydon Murtha, OL, Detroit Giants 7th--Chad Kelsay, LB, Pittsburgh 1988-- 1st--Ndamukong Suh, DT, Detroit 1st--Neil Smith, DT, Kansas City 2010-- 7th--Kris Brown, PK, Pittsburgh A (3) (7) Raiders 4th--Tim Rother, DE, L 4th--Phillip Dillard, LB, NY Giants 7th --Sheldon Jackson, TE, Buffalo 6th--Keith Jones, RB, L A Rams 5th--Larry Asante, S, Cleveland nd-- 2000-- 2 Mike Brown, ROV, Chicago 1st--Prince Amukamara, DB, NY Giants 8th--Keith Neubert, TE, N Y Jets 2011-- (3) 3rd--Steve Warren, DT, Green Bay 10th--Brian Washington, DB, Cleveland 4th--Roy Helu Jr., RB, Washington (7) 5th--Ralph Brown, CB, NY Giants 4th--Alex Henery, PK/P, Philadelphia 11th--Hendley Hawkins, WR, Cleveland 2nd 2001-- -- Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE, A rizona 11th--Steve Forch, LB, Chicago 5th--DeJon Gomes, DB, Washington (7) 2nd--Dominic Raiola, C, Detroit 6th--Niles Paul, WR, Washington 1st--Broderick Thomas, LB, Tampa Bay 1989-- 4th--Carlos Polk, LB, San Diego (7) 5th--Lawrence Pete, NT, Detroit 6th--Keith Williams, OL, Pittsburgh 4th -- Correll Buckhalter, RB, Phila delphia 8th--Dana Brinson, WR, San Diego 7th--Eric Hagg, DB, Cleveland 5th--Russ Hochstein, OG, Tampa Bay 2012-- Lavonte David, LB, Tampa Bay -- 9th--Tim Jackson, DB, Dallas 2nd Arizona 6th Bobby Newcombe, WR, -- 10th--Todd Millikan, TE, Chicago (4) 4th--Jared Crick, DT, Houston 6th--Dan Alexander, RB, Tennessee 11th--Willie Griffin, DT, Tampa Bay 7th--Alfonzo Dennard, DB, New England 2002-- 2nd--Toniu Fonoti, OG, San Diego 7th--Marcel Jones, OT, New Orleans 12th--Steve Taylor, QB, Indianapolis (4) 3rd--Eric Crouch, WR, St. Louis Rex Burkhead, RB, Cincinnati 3rd--Jeff Mills, LB, San Diego -- 6th 1990-- 2013-- -- Keyuo Craver, CB, New Orleans 4th (2) 6th--Kent Wells, DT, Washington (5) 7th--Daimion Stafford, SS, Tennessee Tracey Wistrom, -- 7th TE, Tampa Bay 2014-- 2nd-- Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, New Orleans 8th--Ken Clark, RB, Indianapolis 2nd--Chris Kelsay, RE, Buffalo 2003-- (3) 8th--Gerry Gdowski, QB, New Orleans 3rd--Spencer Long, OL, Washington (4) 4th--DeJuan Groce, CB, St. Louis 6th--Quincy Enunwa, WR, NY Jets 12th--Richard Bell, RB, Pittsburgh 7th--Josh Brown, PK, Seattle 1st--Bruce Pickens, DB, Atlanta 2nd--Ameer Abdullah, IB, Detroit 2015-- 1991-- 7th--Scott Shanle, LB, St. Louis 2nd--Randy Gregory, DE, Dallas (3) 1st--Mike Croel, LB, Denver (6) 2004-- Demorrio Williams, LB, Atlanta -- 4th 5th--Kenny Bell, WR, Tampa Bay 8th--Kenny Walker, DT, Denver 6th--Jammal Lord, S, Houston (5) 2016-- 3rd-Maliek Collins, DT, Dallas Rams 8th--Pat Tyrance, LB, L A 6th--Josh Sewell, C, Denver 9th--Tahaun Lewis, DB, L A Raiders (4) 3rd-Vincent Valentine, DT, New England 7th--Ryon Bingham, DT, San Diego 4th--Alex Lewis, OL, Baltimore 11th--Joe Sims, DT, Atlanta 7th--Trevor Johnson, DE, NY Jets Y 1st--Johnny Mitchell, TE, N 1992-- Jets 6th--Andy Janovich, FB, Denver 1st Fabian Washington, CB, Oakland -- 2005-- 2017-- 3rd--Tyrone Legette, CB, New Orleans 5th-Nathan Gerry, S, Philadelphia (7) 2nd--Barrett Ruud, LB, Tampa Bay (4) 6th --Nate Turner, TE, Buffalo 2018-- 6th-Tanner Lee, QB, Jacksonville osh Bullocks, S, New Orleans 2nd--J 7th--Jon Bostick, SE, Denver 3rd--Richie Incognito, OL, St. Louis 7th--Curtis Cotton, CB, L Raiders A 11th--Mike Petko, LB, New England Huskers Drafted in the First Round 12th--Keithen McCant, QB, Cleveland Year Player Pick Team Pos. 2nd--John Parrella, DT, Buffalo 1993-- 1937 Sam Francis* 1st Philadelphia FB Will Shields, OG, Kansas City 3rd-- (6) 1937 Lloyd Cardwell HB Detroit 7th End Les McDonald Chicago 8th 1937 4th--Derek Brown, RB, New Orleans Guard Philadelphia Bob Brown 1964 2nd 5th--Tyrone Hughes, SE/DB, New Orleans Lloyd Voss Tackle Green Bay 13th 1964 7th--Travis Hill, OLB, Cleveland Jeff Kinney 23rd Kansas City HB 1972 7th--Lance Lewis, FB, Indianapolis Jerry Tagge 11th QB Green Bay 1972 1994-- 1st--Trev Alberts, OLB, Indianapolis Larry Jacobson Tackle New York 24th 1972 25th HB Johnny Rodgers 1973 San Diego Rams (5) A 2nd--Toby Wright, ROV, L 1974 5th Baltimore Tackle John Dutton Raiders 3rd--Calvin Jones, RB, L A Tom Ruud 19th LB Buffalo 1975 4th--John Reece, FS, Arizona George Andrews 19th 1979 L.A. Rams LB 7th--Lance Lundberg, OT, New Orleans 22nd Denver Tackle Kelvin Clark 1979 1995-- 2nd--Zach Wiegert, OT, St. Louis Atlanta TE Junior Miller 1980 7th Detroit Jimmy Williams 15th 1982 LB 3rd--Brenden Stai, OG, Pittsburgh (7) 25th Center Dave Rimington 1983 Cincinnati 3rd--Troy Dumas, LB, Kansas City WR Irving Fryar* 1984 1st New England Y 4th--Rob Zatechka, OT, N Giants Dean Steinkuhler 1984 Houston Guard 2nd 4th--Donta Jones, OLB, Pittsburgh RB Houston 1st Mike Rozier** 1984 6th--Cory Schlesinger, FB, Detroit 1987 Danny Noonan MG 12th Dallas 2nd Kansas City Neil Smith 1988 DT 6th--Barron Miles, CB, Pittsburgh Broderick Thomas OLB 1989 Tampa Bay 6th 1996-- 1st--Lawrence Phillips, RB, St. Louis 3rd Bruce Pickens DB Atlanta 1991 (6) 3rd--Tyrone Williams, CB, Green Bay OLB Denver Mike Croel 1991 4th 4th--Aaron Graham, C, Arizona Johnny Mitchell TE N.Y. Jets 15th 1992 5th--Christian Peter, DT, New England Indianapolis OLB Trev Alberts 1994 5th St. Louis 1996 6th Lawrence Phillips RB Giants Y 6th--Doug Colman, LB, N 11th Atlanta CB Michael Booker 1997 6th--Tony Veland, FS, Denver 1998 Grant Wistrom RE St. Louis 6th 1997-- 1st--Michael Booker, CB, Atlanta DT Jason Peter 1998 Carolina 14th 2nd--Jared Tomich, DE, New Orleans (8) Oakland 23rd 2005 Fabian Washington CB 2nd--Mike Minter, S, Carolina 2007 Adam Carriker DE St. Louis 13th 2010 Ndamukong Suh DT Detroit 2nd 3rd--Adam Treu, OT, Oakland 2011 DB N.Y. Giants 19th Prince Amukamara 4th--Chris Dishman, OT, Arizona *First player chosen. **Chosen in supplemental draft. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 69

70 Huskers in Pro Football Football Brown, Todd-- Blahak, Joe-- A-E Houston Oilers, 1973 Montreal Concordes (CFL), 1983-84 Abdullah, Ameer-- Minnesota Vikings, 1974-75 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), Detroit Lions (NFL), 2015-16-17 New England Patriots, 1976 1987-88 Adams, Demoine-- Minnesota Vikings, 1977 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1988 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2004 Buchanan, Pete-- Blankenship, Brian-- Adams, Titus– Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1989 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1987-89-90-91 New York Giants, 2006 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1990 Bloodgood, Elbert-- New England Patriots, 2009 Kansas City Cowboys, 1925-26 Buckhalter, Correll-- Cleveland Browns, 2009-10 Philadelphia Eagles, 2001-02-03- Cleveland Bulldogs, 1927 Adduci, Nick-- New York Giants, 1928 04-05-06-07-08 Washington Redskins, 1954-55 Green Bay Packers, 1930 Denver Broncos, 2009-10 Alberts, Trev-- Boll, Don-- Bullocks, Daniel -- Indianapolis Colts, 1994-95-96 Washington Redskins, 1953-54-55- Detroit Lions, 2006-07-08-09 Alexander, Dan-- Bullocks, Josh-- 56-57-58-59 Tennessee Titans, 2001 New Orleans Saints, 2005-06-07-08 New York Giants, 1960 Jacksonville Jaguars, 2002 Chicago Bears, 2009-10 Bonness, Rik-- Alfson, Warren-- Burkhead, Rex-- Oakland Raiders, 1976 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1941 -15-16 Cincinnati Bengals, 2013-14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1977-78- Alward, Tom-- New England Patriots, 2017 79-80 Birmingham Vulcans (WFL), 1975 Burns, Ed-- Booker, Michael-- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1976 New Orleans Saints, 1978-79 Atlanta Falcons, 1997-98-99 Amos, Willie– Burrow, Jim-- Tennessee Titans, 2000-01 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 2008 Bowman, Zackary-- Green Bay Packers, 1976 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2009-10 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1977-78-79 Chicago Bears, 2008-09-10-11-12-13 Amukamara, Prince-- New York Giants, 2014 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1980 New York Giants, 2011-12-13-14 -15 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1981 Miami Dolphins, 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars, 2016 Byler, Joe-- Bradley, Stewart-- Chicago Bears, 2017 Philadelphia Eagles, 2007-08-09-10 New York Giants, 1946 Anderson, Eric-- Arizona Cardinals, 2011-12 Callihan, Bill-- Amsterdam (NFL Europe), 1998-99 Denver Broncos, 2013 Detroit Lions, 1940-45 Anderson, Mike-- Cardwell, Lloyd-- Brinson, Dana-- Amsterdam (World League), 1995 San Diego Chargers, 1989 Detroit Lions, 1937-38-39-40-41- Anderson, Zaire -- 42-43 London Monarchs (WLAF), 1991 15-16-17 Denver Broncos , 20 Carriker, Adam- Bristow, George-- Andrews, George-- St. Louis Rams, 2007-08-09 Providence Steamrollers, 1925 Los Angeles Rams, 1979-80-81-82- Washington Redskins, 2010-11-12-13 Broadstone, Marion-- 83-84-85 Carter, Cethan- New York Giants, 1931 Ankrah, Jason-- Cincinnati Bengals, 2017 Brock, Charles-- Houston Texans (NFL), 2014 Chamberlin, Guy-- Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans (NFL), 2015 1939-40-41-42-43-44-45-46-47 Decatur Staleys, 1920 Anthony, Monte-- Chicago Staleys, 1921 Brown, Bob-- Baltimore Colts, 1978 Canton Bulldogs, 1922-23 Philadelphia Eagles, 1964-65-66- Asante, Larry-- 67-68 Cleveland Bulldogs, 1924 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2010-11 Los Angeles Rams, 1969-70 Frankford Yellowjackets, 1925-26 Indianapolis Colts, 2013 Chicago Cardinals, 1927 Oakland Raiders, 1971-72-73 Oakland Raiders, 2014 -15 Brown, Derek-- Chorney, Terris-- Ashburn, Cliff-- New Orleans Saints, 1993-94-95- Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1993-94 New York Giants, 1929 96-97 Claridge, Dennis-- Chicago Bears, 1930 Green Bay Packers, 1964-65 Brown, Josh-- Barnes, Walt-- Seattle Seahawks, 2003-04-05-06-07 Atlanta Falcons, 1966 Washington Redskins, 1966-67-68 Clark, Bret-- St. Louis Rams, 2008-09-10-11 69-70-71 Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL), 1985 Cincinnati Bengals, 2012 Denver Broncos, 1973 New York Giants, 2013-14 -15-16 Atlanta Falcons, 1986-87-88 Barnett, Bill-- Clark, Kelvin-- Brown, Kris-- Miami Dolphins, 1980-81-82-83-84-85 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1999-00-01 Denver Broncos, 1979-80-81 Bassett, Henry-- New Orleans Saints, 1982-83-84-85 Houston Texans, 2002-03-04-05- Kansas City Cowboys, 1924 Clark, Ken-- 06-07-08-09 Behning, Mark-- Dallas Cowboys, 2010 Indianapolis Colts, 1990-91 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1985-86 San Diego Chargers, 2010 Collins, Maliek-- Bell, Kenny-- Dallas Cowboys, 2016-17 Brown, Mike-- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2015 Chicago Bears, 2000-01-02-03-04- Colman, Doug-- Baltimore Ravens, 2016-17 New York Giants, 1996-97-98 05-06-07-08 Bell, Richard-- Tennessee Titans, 1999 Kansas City Chiefs, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1990 Oakland Raiders, 2000 Brown, Ralph-- Berns, Rick-- Compton, Will-- New York Giants, 2000-01-02-03 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1979-80 Washington Redskins, 2013-14 -15-16-17 Minnesota Vikings, 2004-05 Los Angeles Raiders, 1982-83 Cleveland Browns, 2006 Connor, Ted-- Berquist, Joy-- Arizona Cardinals, 2007-08-09 Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1954 Kansas City Cowboys, 1924-26 Brown, Todd-- Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1955 Chicago Cardinals, 1927 New York Jets, 1964 Cooper, Reggie-- Bingham, Ryon-- San Francisco 49ers, 1964-65 Dallas Cowboys, 1991 San Diego 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71 Fryar, Irving-- Doyle, Ted-- Craig, Roger-- New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1938 San Francisco 49ers, 1983-84-85-86-87-88-89-90 1984-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-92 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1939-40-41-42-45 Miami Dolphins, 1993-94-95 Philadelphia-Pittsburgh, 1943 Los Angeles Raiders, 1991 Philadelphia Eagles, 1996-97-98 Chicago-Pittsburgh, 1944 Minnesota Vikings, 1992-93 DuBose, Doug-- Craver, Keyuo-- Washington Redskins, 1999-00 Football New Orleans Saints, 2002-03-04 Fultz, Mike-- San Francisco 49ers, 1987-88 Sacramento Surge (WLAF), 1992 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2005-06 New Orleans Saints, 1977-78-79-80 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), Dumas, Troy-- Baltimore Colts, 1981 Kansas City Chiefs, 1995-96-97 2009-10 Gary, Russell-- Denver Broncos, 1998 New Orleans Saints, 1981-82-83- Crick, Jared-- -15 Dumler, Doug-- 84-85-86 Houston Texans, 2012-13-14 New England Patriots, 1973-74-75 Denver Broncos, 2016-17 Philadelphia Eagles, 1986-87-88 Croel, Mike-- Minnesota Vikings, 1976-77 Geddes, Ken-- Los Angeles Rams, 1971-72-73-74-75 Denver Broncos, 1991-92-93-94 Dutton, John-- Baltimore Colts, 1974-75-76-77-78 Seattle Seahawks, 1976-77-78 New York Giants, 1995 Dallas Cowboys, 1979-80-81-82-83- Gerry, Nathan-- Baltimore Ravens, 1996 Philadelphia Eagles, 2017 Seattle Seahawks, 1998 84-85-86-87 Crouch, Eric-- Enunwa, Quincy-- Gill, Turner-- New York Jets, 2014 Montreal Concordes (CFL), 1984-85 Hamburg Sea Devils (NFL Europe), -15-16-17 Erickson, Mike-- Glantz, Don-- 2005 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1955 Berlin Thunder (NFL Europe), 2006 Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2006-07 Glenn, Cody– Etienne, LeRoy-- Damkroger, Maury-- Indianapolis Colts, 2009-10 New England Patriots, 1974-75 San Francisco 49ers, 1990 David, Lavonte-- Glover, Rich-- Evans, Ciante- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2012-13 - Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 2014 New York Giants, 1973 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2015-16-17 Shreveport (WFL), 1974 -15-16-17 14 Philadelphia Eagles, 1975 Davis, Brian-- Golliday, Aaron-- Washington Redskins, 1987-88-89 F-J Seattle Seahawks, 1991 Scottish Claymores (NFL Europe), Ferragamo, Vince-- Los Angeles Rams, 2004 San Diego Chargers, 1993 Gomes, Dejon-- Minnesota Vikings, 1994 1977-78-79-80-82-83-84-85 Washington Redskins, 2011-12 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1981 Davis, Dick-- Detroit Lions, 2013 Cleveland Browns, 1969 Buffalo Bills, 1985 Denver Broncos, 1970 Goodspeed, Mark-- Green Bay Packers, 1985-86 Finley, Clint-- St. Louis Cardinals, 1980 Davis, Josh -- Birmingham Stallions (USFL), 1983 Kansas City Chiefs, 2002-03 New York Jets, 2004 Fischer, Cletus-- Graham, Aaron-- Davis, Tom-- Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1978-79 New York Giants, 1949-50 Arizona Cardinals, 1996-97-98-99 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1979 Fischer, Pat-- Kansas City Chiefs, 2000 Oakland Raiders, 2001 St. Louis Cardinals, 1961-62- Denver Broncos, 1980-81 Denver Gold (USFL), 1983-84-85 Tennessee Titans, 2002 63-64-65-66-67 Washington Redskins, Green, Ahman-- Davis, Tony-- 1968-69-70-71-72-73-74-75-76-77 Cincinnati Bengals, 1976-77-78 Seattle Seahawks, 1998-99 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1979-80-81 Fonoti, Toniu-- Green Bay Packers, 2000-01-02-03- San Diego Chargers, 2002-03-04 04-05-06-09 Boston Breakers (USFL), 1983 DeAngelis, Sandro-- Minnesota Vikings, 2005 Houston Texans, 2007-08 Miami Dolphins, 2006 Omaha Nighthawks (UFL), 2010 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2005-06- Foreman, Jay-- 07-08-09 Gregory, Randy -- Buffalo Bills, 1999-00-01 Dallas Cowboys, 2015-16-17 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2010 Houston Texans, 2002-03-04 DeFruiter, Bob-- Gregory, Ben-- Buffalo Bills, 1968-69 Washington Redskins, 1945-47 New York Giants, 2005 Frahm, Harold-- Groce, DeJuan-- Detroit Lions, 1947 Los Angeles Rams, 1948 St. Louis Rams, 2003-04-05 Staten Island Stapeltons, 1932 New Orleans Saints, 2006 Philadelphia Eagles, 1935 Dennard, Alfonzo-- Boston Redskins, 1935 New England Patriots, 2012-13-14 Hagg, Eric-- Cleveland Browns, 2011-12 DeWitz, Herbert-- Brooklyn Tigers, 1936 Hardrick, Jermarcus-- Cleveland Bulldogs, 1927 Frain, Todd-- DeWitz, Rufus-- New Orleans Saints, 2012 Washington Redskins, 1987 British Columbia Lions (CFL), 2014-15 Francis, Sam-- Kansas City Cowboys, 1924-26 Chicago Bears, 1937-38 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 2015 Diedrick, Dahrran-- Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 2016-17 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1939 Washington Redskins, 2004-05 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1939-40 Harper, Willie-- Rhein Fire (NFL Europe), 2005 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2006 San Francisco 49ers, Franklin, Andra-- Montreal Alouettes (CFL), Miami Dolphins, 1981-82-83-84 1973-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-81- 2006-07-08-09-10-11-12-14 82-83 Frazier, Tommie-- Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1996 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2013 New Jersey Generals (USFL), 1984 Helu, Roy-- Frost, Scott-- Dillard, Phillip-- Washington Redskins, 2011-12-13-14 New York Giants, 2010 New York Jets, 1998-99-00-01 Dishman, Chris-- Oakland Raiders, 2015 Cleveland Browns, 2001 Arizona Cardinals, 1997-98-99-00- Henery, Alex-- Green Bay Packers, 2002 01-02-03 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2003 Philadelphia Eagles, 2011-12-13 Detroit Lions, 2014 Fryar, Charles-- Dixon, Corey-- Atlanta Falcons, 1994 Henry, Ricky-- Barcelona Dragons (WLAF), 1991 Dixon, Gary -- Chicago Bears, 2011 Southern California Sun (WFL), 1975 New Orleans Saints, 2012 Kansas City Chiefs, 2013-14 Doak, Mark-- 1975 Birmingham Vulcans (WFL), Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 71

72 Hesse, Jon-- Krenk, Mitch-- Jean-Baptiste, Stanley-- New Orleans Saints, 2014 Green Bay Packers, 1997 Chicago Bears, 1984-85 Football Denver Broncos, 1997 Detroit Lions, 2015 Kunz, Lee-- Seattle Seahawks, 2016 St. Louis Rams, 1998 Chicago Bears, 1979-80 Lafleur, Bill-- Jacksonville Jaguars, 2017 Scotland (NFL Europe), 1999 Baltimore Ravens, 2017 Barcelona (NFL Europe), 2001-02 Hill, Travis-- San Diego Chargers, 2002 Jeter, Tony-- Cleveland Browns, 1993-94 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1966-68 San Francisco 49ers, 2002-03 Carolina Panthers, 1995 Johnson, Bill-- San Diego Chargers, 2004 Hochstein, Russ-- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2001 Boston Patriots, 1966-67-68-69 Larson, Kyle-- Johnson, Brad-- New England Patriots, 2002-03-04- Cincinnati Bengals, 2004-05-06-07-08 05-06-07-08 Boston Breakers (USFL), 1983 Lee, Jeff-- Johnson, Carl-- Denver Broncos, 2009-10-11 St. Louis Cardinals, 1980 Kansas City Chiefs, 2012 Lee, John-- New Orleans Saints, 1972-73 Portland (WFL), 1974 Hohn, Bobby-- San Diego Chargers, 1976-77-78-79-80 Johnson, Eric-- Pittsburgh Steelers, 1965-66-67-68-69 Chicago Blitz (USFL), 1983 Hokuf, Steve-- Arizona Wranglers (USFL), 1984 Oakland Raiders, 2000-01-02-03 Lee, Oudious-- Atlanta Falcons, 2004 Boston Redskins, 1933-35 St. Louis Cardinals, 1980 Arizona Cardinals, 2005 Hollowell, T.J.-- New York Giants, 2004 Boston Breakers (USFL), 1983 Johnson, Monte-- Legette, Tyrone-- New York Jets, 2005 Oakland Raiders, 1973-74-75-76- Denver Broncos, 2006 New Orleans Saints, 1992-93-94-95-96 77-78-79-80 Hopp, Harry-- Johnson, Rudy-- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1997 San Francisco 49ers, 1964-65 San Francisco 49ers, 1998 Detroit Lions, 1940-41-42-43 Lewellen, Verne-- Miami Seahawks, 1946 Atlanta Falcons, 1966 Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bisons, 1946 Johnson, Trevor-- Los Angeles Dons, 1947 New York Jets, 2004-05 1924-25-26-27-28-29-30-31-32 New Orleans Saints, 2006 Horn, Rod-- New York Yankees, 1927 St. Louis Rams, 2007 Lewis, Alex-- Cincinnati Bengals, 1980-81 Jones, Bob-- Howell, John-- Baltimore Ravens, 2016-17 Washington Redskins, 1964 Lewis, Bill-- Green Bay Packers, 1938 Los Angeles Raiders, 1986-87-88-89 Hughes, Tyrone-- Jones, Calvin-- New Orleans Saints, 1993-94-95-96 Phoenix Cardinals, 1990-91-92 Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, 1994-95 Green Bay Packers, 1996 Chicago Bears, 1997 New England Patriots, 1993 Dallas Cowboys, 1998 Jones, Donta-- Lewis, Rodney-- Pittsburgh Steelers, 1995-96-97-98 Humm, Dave-- New Orleans Saints, 1982-83-84-85-86 Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, Liggett, Bob-- Carolina Panthers, 1999 1975-76-77-78-79-83-84 New Orleans Saints, 2000 Kansas City Chiefs, 1970 Jones, DJ-- British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1971 Buffalo Bills, 1980 Lightner, Keven-- Baltimore Colts, 1982 Baltimore Ravens, 2011 Montreal Machine (WLAF), 1991 Hurley, Dan-- Jones, Keith-- Lingenfelter, Bob-- Cleveland Browns 1989 Boston/New Orleans/Portland Cleveland Browns, 1977 Dallas Cowboys, 1990 (IR) Breakers (USFL), 1983-84-85 British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1987 Jones, Lee-- Minnesota Vikings, 1978-1979 Husmann, Ed-- Lockett, Frank-- Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1991 Jones, Marcel-- Chicago Cardinals, 1953-56-57-58-59 Boston/New Orleans/Portland New Orleans Saints, 2012-13 Breakers (USFL), 1983-84-85 Dallas Cowboys, 1960 Houston Oilers, 1961-62-63-64-65 -15 Baltimore Ravens, 2014 San Antonio Gunslingers (USFL), 1985 Long, Chace-- Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1966 Cologne Centurions (NFL Europe), 2005 Incognito, Richie- K-O Long, Spencer-- Kabongo, Patrick-- St. Louis Rams, 2006-2007-08 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), Buffalo Bills, 2009 -15-16-17 Washington Redskins, 2014 Longwell, Brent-- 2004-05-06-07-08-09-10 Miami Dolphins, 2010-11-12-13 Kahler, Bob-- Buffalo Bills, 2015-16-17 Memphis (WFL), 1974-75 Green Bay Packers, 1940-41-42-43-44 Jackson, Brandon- Lord, Jammal-- Green Bay Packers, 2007-08-09-10 Kahler, Royal-- Houston Texans, 2004-05 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1941 Cleveland Browns, 2011-12 Luck, Terry-- Cleveland Browns, 1977 Jackson, Sheldon-- Green Bay Packers, 1942 Kelsay, Chad-- Buffalo Bills, 1999-00-01 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1978 Jackson, Tim-- Pittsburgh Steelers, 1999 Lyday, Allen-- Houston Oilers, 1984-85-86-87 Kelsay, Chris-- Dallas Cowboys, 1989 Lyman, Roy-- Barcelona Dragons (WLAF), 1991 Buffalo Bills, Jackson, Vershan-- Canton Bulldogs, 1922-23-25 2003-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12 Kansas City Chiefs, 1999 Kiffin, Monte-- Cleveland Bulldogs, 1924 Frankford Yellowjackets, 1925 Berlin (NFL Europe), 2000 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1965 Kinney, Jeff-- Chicago Bears, 1926-28-30-31-33-34 Jacobson, Larry-- Maher, Brett- New York Giants, 1972-73-74-75 Kansas City Chiefs, 1972-73-74-75 Buffalo Bills, 1976 -15-17 Ottawa REDBLACKS (CFL), 2014 James, Ted-- Kirby, John-- Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 2016 Frankford Yellowjackets, 1929 Minnesota Vikings, 1964-65-66-67-68 Makovicka, Joel-- Janovich, Andy-- Arizona Cardinals, 1999-00-01-02 Denver Broncos, 2016-17 New York Giants, 1969-70-71 Manstedt, Steve-- Janssen, Bill-- Kirkland, Ron-- Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1967 Charlotte (WFL), 1974 Birmingham (WFL), 1974-75 Knox, Mike-- Jarmon, Sherwin-- Washington Redskins, 1976 Denver Broncos, 1987 Martin, Bob-- Chicago (WFL), 1974 Koch, Sam-- San Antonio (WFL), 1975 New York Jets, 1976-77-78-79 San Francisco 49ers, 1979 Baltimore Ravens, -15-16-17 2006-07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 72

73 Ortiz, Tony-- Monds, Wonder-- Martin, Eric-- Scotland (NFL Europe), 2001-02 Cleveland Browns, 2013-14 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1976- Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), New England Patriots, 2015 77-79 San Francisco 49ers, 1978 2003-04-05 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 2016 Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2016-17 Orton, Greg-- Moore, Jay- San Francisco 49ers, 2007-08 Detroit Lions, 1987 Mason, Dave-- Football New England Patriots, 1973 Tennessee Titans, 2009 P-R Green Bay Packers, 1974 Omaha Nighthawks (UFL), 2010 -- Masterson, Bernie-- Parrella, John Moore, Terrence- Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2013-14 Buffalo Bills, 1993 Chicago Bears, 1934-35-36-37-38-39-40 San Diego Chargers, 1994-95-96- Moritz, Brett Mathison, Bruce-- -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1978 97-98-99-00-01 San Diego Chargers, 1983-84-85 Buffalo Bills, 1985 Oakland Raiders, 2002-03-04 Moss, Kareem-- St. Louis Rams, 2005 San Diego Chargers, 1986 British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1995-96 Mullen, Verne-- Pate, Tom-- Seattle Seahawks, 1987-88 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1975 McCant, Keithen-- Evansville Crimson Giants, 1922 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1994 Canton Bulldogs, 1923 Patrick, Chris-- British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1995 Chicago Bears, 1924-26 Philadelphia Eagles, 2008 Chicago Cardinals, 1927 McCloughan, Kent-- San Francisco 49ers, 2009-10 Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2012 Pottsville Maroons, 1927-28 Oakland Raiders, 1966-67-68-69-70 McDole, Ron-- Munford, Marc-- Patrick, Frank-- St. Louis Cardinals, 1961 Denver Broncos, 1987-89-90 Green Bay Packers, 1970-71-72 Kansas City Chiefs, 1991 Patton, Jerry-- Houston Oilers, 1962 Buffalo Bills, 1963-64-65-66-67- Minnesota Vikings, 1971 Munn, Monte-- Kansas City Cowboys, 1925 68-69-70 Buffalo Bills, 1972-73 Munn, Wayne-- Philadelphia Eagles, 1974 Washington Redskins, Kansas City Cowboys, 1925 New England Patriots, 1975 1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-78 Paul, Niles-- Murillo, Armando-- McDonald, Les-- - Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2011-12 Washington Redskins, 2011-12-13-14 Chicago Bears, 1937-38-39 Philadelphia Eagles, 1940 15-16-17 Murtha, Lydon– Miami Dolphins, 2009-10-11 Pete, Lawrence-- McFarland, Jim-- St. Louis Cardinals, 1970-72-73-74 Detroit Lions, 1989-90-91-92-93-94 Nelson, Bob-- Peter, Christian-- Miami Dolphins, 1975 Buffalo Bills, 1975-76-77 New York Giants, 1997-98-99-2000 McMullen, Dan-- Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, 2001 1978-80-81-82-83-84-85 New York Giants, 1929 Chicago Bears, 2002 Chicago Bears, 1930-31 Seattle Seahawks, 1979 Neubert, Keith-- Peter, Jason-- Portsmouth Spartans, 1932 New York Jets, 1988-89-90-91 McNeill, Mike-- Carolina Panthers, 1998-99-00-01 Nelson, Derrie-- Indianapolis Colts, 2011 Phillips, Lawrence-- St. Louis Rams, 2012-13 St. Louis Rams, 1996-97 San Diego Chargers, 1983-84-85 Newcombe, Bobby-- McPherson, Forrest-- Miami Dolphins, 1997-98 Philadelphia Eagles, 1935-37 Barcelona (NFL Europe), 1998 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2002 Green Bay Packers, 1943-45 Newton, Bob-- San Francisco 49ers, 1999 McWilliams, Jon-- Chicago Bears, 1971-72-73-74-75 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2002-03 Seattle Seahawks, 1976-77-78-79-82 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1956 Phillips, Ray-- Nicks, Carl-- Merrell, Jeff-- Cincinnati Bengals, 1977 New Orleans Saints, 2008-09-10-11 Boston/New Orleans/Portland Philadelphia Eagles, 1978-79-80-81 Boston/New Orleans Breakers Breakers (USFL), 1983-84-85 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2012-13 (USFL), 1983-84 Noble, Dave-- Meylan, Wayne-- Cleveland Indians, 1924-25 Cleveland Browns, 1968-69 Pickens, Bob-- Chicago Bears, 1967-68-69 Cleveland Panthers, 1926 Minnesota Vikings, 1970 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) Noonan, Danny-- , 1971 Miles, Barron-- Dallas Cowboys, 1987-88-89-90-91-92 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1995 Pickens, Bruce-- Green Bay Packers, 1992 Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1996-97 Atlanta Falcons, 1991-92 Kansas City Chiefs, 1993-94 Nunn, Terrence-- Montreal Alouettes (CFL), Oakland Raiders, 1995-96 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2009 1998-99-00-01-02-03-04 Pippens, Jerrell-- British Columbia Lions (CFL), 2005- O'Brien, Gail-- 06-07-08-09 Boston Redskins, 1935-36 Chicago Bears, 2004 Los Angeles Bulldogs, 1937 San Diego Chargers, 2005 Miles, Paul-- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1987 O'Hanlon, Matt-- Polk, Carlos-- Omaha Nighthawks (UFL), 2010 San Diego Chargers, 2001-02-03- Miller, Junior-- Atlanta Falcons, 1980-81-82-83-84 O'Leary, John-- 04-05-06-07 Dallas Cowboys, 2008 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1977-78-79 New Orleans Saints, 1984-85 Pollack, Fred-- Mills, Jeff-- Octavien, Steve-- Amsterdam (NFL Europe), 1999 San Diego Chargers, 1990 Dallas Cowboys, 2008-09 Potter, Zach– Cleveland Browns, 2010 Denver Broncos, 1991-92-93 Jacksonville Jaguars, 2009-10-11-12 Oehlrich, Arnold-- Mitchell, Johnny-- Frankford Yellowjackets, 1928-29 New York Jets, 1992-93-94-95 Powers, Warren-- Olds, Bill-- Dallas Cowboys, 1996 Oakland Raiders, 1963-64-65-66- 67-68 New Orleans Saints, 2001 Baltimore Colts, 1973-74-75 Presnell, Glenn-- Seattle Seahawks, 1976 Mitchell, Josh -- Ironton Tanks, 1928-29-30 British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1979 Indianapolis Colts, 2015 Toronto Argonauts, 2016-17 Orduna, Joe-- Portsmouth Spartans, 1931-32-33 Detroit Lions, 1934-35-36 New York Giants, 1972-73 Minter, Mike-- Carolina Panthers, Price, Givens-- Baltimore Colts, 1974 1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06 Arizona Cardinals, 2016 Washington Redskins, 2017 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2017 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 73

74 Smith, Neil-- Prochaska, Ray-- Schellen, Mark-- Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Breakers (USFL), 1984 Cleveland Rams, 1941 Football 1988-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96 San Diego Chargers, 1985 Purify, Maurice-- Denver Broncos, 1997-98-99 Cincinnati Bengals, 2009 Scherer, Bernard-- Green Bay Packers, 1936-37-38 Quinn, Jeff-- San Diego Chargers, 2000 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1939 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1982 Smith, Tim-- Schleich, Vic-- Houston Oilers, 1980-81-82-83-84- New Orleans Breakers (USFL), 1984 Qvale, Brent-- New York Yankees, 1947 85-86 New York Jets, 2014 -15-16-17 Stafford, Daimion-- Schlesinger, Cory-- Tennessee Titans, 2013-14 Raiola, Dominic-- -15-16 Detroit Lions, Stai, Brenden-- 1995-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-03- Detroit Lions, 2001-02-03-04-05- Pittsburgh Steelers, 1995-96-97-98-99 04-05-06 06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14 Jacksonville Jaguars, 2000-01 Rathman, Tom-- Schmit, Bob-- San Francisco 49ers, Washington Redskins, 2002 Portland (WFL), 1974 1986-87-88-89-90-91-92-93 Steels, Anthony-- New York Giants, 1975-76 Los Angeles Raiders, 1994 Scott, Phil-- Boston/New Orleans Breakers Redwine, Jarvis-- Orange Tornados, 1929 (USFL), 1983-84 Minnesota Vikings, 1981-82-83 Scott, Verl-- Buffalo Bills, 1985 Reece, John-- Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1956 San Diego Chargers, 1987 Seeman, George-- Steinkuhler, Dean Kansas City Chiefs, 1994 -- Houston Oilers, 1984-85-86-87-88- St. Louis Rams, 1995 Green Bay Packers, 1940 89-90-91 Seibel, Kevin-- Dallas Cowboys, 1997 Steinkuhler, Ty-- Reilly, Brandon-- Chicago Blitz (USFL), 1984 Seisay, Mo-- New York Jets, 2009 Buffalo Bills, 2017 Sterup, Zach-- Rhea, Hugh-- Detroit Lions, 2014 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1933 Seattle Seahawks, 2015-16 Miami Dolphins, 2017 Stith, Carel-- Brooklyn Tigers, 1936 Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 2017 Sewell, Josh-- Houston Oilers, 1967-69 Richards, Ray-- Stokes, Eric-- Frankford Yellowjackets, 1930 Denver Broncos, 2004-05 Shanle, Scott-- Chicago Bears, 1933-35 Seattle Seahawks, 1997-98 Los Angeles Bulldogs, 1937 Cleveland Browns, 1999 St. Louis Rams, 2003 Suh, Ndamukong-- Dallas Cowboys, 2004-05 Rimington, Dave-- New Orleans Saints, 2006-07-08- Cincinnati Bengals, 1983-84-85-86-87 Detroit Lions, 2010-11-12-13-14 Philadelphia Eagles, 1988-89 Miami Dolphins, 2015-16-17 09-10-11-12 Shaw, Ed-- Swanson, Shane-- Roach, Trevor-- Denver Broncos, 1987 Cincinnati Bengals, 2015-16 Rock Island Independents, 1920 Canton Bulldogs, 1922-23 Swiney, Erwin-- Rodgers, Johnny-- Akron Pro's, 1923 Green Bay Packers, 2002-03 Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1973-74- 75-76 Shields, Will-- Cologne Centurions (NFL Europe), 2004 Kansas City Chiefs, 1 Tagge, Jerry-- 993-94-95-96- San Diego Chargers, 1977-78 97-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06 Rohrig, Herman-- Green Bay Packers, 1972-73-74 Green Bay Packers, 1941-46-47 Shirey, Fred-- San Antonio (WFL), 1975 British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1977- Cleveland Rams, 1940-41 Rose, Jonathan-- Simmons, Ricky-- Ottawa REDBLACKS (CFL), 2016-17 78-79 Washington Federals (USFL), 1984 Ross, Cory-- Tatman, Pete-- Sims, Joe-- Minnesota Vikings, 1967 Baltimore Ravens, 2006-07 Taylor, Steve-- Atlanta Falcons, 1991-92 California Redwoods (UFL), 2010 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2011-12 Green Bay Packers, 1993-94-95 Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1989-90 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1991-92- Sirles, Jeremiah-- Ross, Willie-- San Diego Chargers, 2014 Buffalo Bills, 1964-65 93-94 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1995 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1966 Minnesota Vikings, 2015-16-17 Skow, Jim-- Theisen, Dave-- Rother, Tim-- Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1964 Cincinnati Bengals, 1986-87-88-89 Los Angeles Raiders, 1989-90 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1990 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1965 Rozier, Mike-- Thomas, Broderick-- Pittsburgh Maulers (USFL), 1984 Seattle Seahawks, 1991 Jacksonville Bulls (USFL), 1985 Slauson, Matt– Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1989-90- Houston Oilers, 1985-86-87-88-89-90 91-92-93 New York Jets, 2009-10-11-12 Atlanta Falcons, 1990-91 Detroit Lions, 1994 -15 Chicago Bears, 2013-14 San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers, 2016-17 Rucker, Mike-- Minnesota Vikings, 1995 Dallas Cowboys, 1996-97-98 Carolina Panthers, Slechta, Jeremy-- 1999-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07 Philadelphia Eagles, 2002 Thomsen, Fred-- Ruud, Barrett-- Houston Texans, 2003 Rock Island Independents, 1924 Thompson, Russell-- Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2005-06- Sloan, Clair-- 07-08-09-10 Chicago Bears, 1936-37-38-39 Chicago Bears, 1930-31-33 Tennessee Titans, 2011 Philadelphia Eagles, 1940 Ironton Tankers, 1932 -- Houston Texans, 2012 Smith, Bob Thornton, Bill-- Cleveland Browns, 1955-56 Ruud, Tom-- St. Louis Cardinals, 1963-64-65-66- Buffalo Bills, 1975-76-77 Philadelphia Eagles, 1956 67-68 Smith, Jeff-- Tingelhoff, Mick-- Cincinnati Bengals, 1978-79 Minnesota Vikings, 1962-63-64-65- Kansas City Chiefs, 1985-86 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1987-88 66-67-68-69-70-71-72-73-74-75- S-Z Saalfeld, Kelly-- 76-77-78 Smith, Le Kevin-- Tomich, Jared-- New England Patriots, 2006-07-08 Green Bay Packers, 1980 New Orleans Saints, 1997-98-99-00 New York Giants, 1980 Denver Broncos, 2009 Green Bay Packers, 2002 Samuelson, Carl-- Pittsburgh Steelers, 1948-49-50-51 Tomlinson, Larry-- Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1964-65 Sauer, George-- Green Bay Packers, 1935-36-37 Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1966 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 74

75 Williams, Jimmy-- Toogood, Charles-- Weller, Ray-- Los Angeles Rams, 1951-52-53-54- St. Louis Browns, 1923 1982-83-84-85-86-87- Detroit Lions, 88-89-90 55-56 Milwaukee Badgers, 1924 Chicago Cardinals, 1957 Minnesota Vikings, 1990-91 Chicago Cardinals, 1926-27 Frankford Yellowjackets, 1928 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1992-93 -- Torczon, LaVerne Wells, Kent-- Buffalo Bills, 1960-62 Williams, Keith-- Football New York Giants, 1990 New York Titans, 1962 Buffalo Bills, 2011-12 Williams, Toby-- New York Jets, 1963-65 Ohio Glory (WLAF), 1992 Miami Dolphins, 1966 Welter, Tom-- New England Patriots, 1983-84-85- St. Louis Cardinals, 1987 86-87-88 Townsend, Larry-- Williams, Tyrone -- Phoenix Cardinals, 1988 Berlin (NFL Europe), 1998-99 Wenke, Adolph-- Traynowicz, Mark-- Green Bay Packers, 1996-97-98-99- Buffalo Bills, 1985-86-87 Milwaukee Badgers, 1923 00-01-02 Westbrook, Don-- Phoenix Cardinals, 1988-89 Atlanta Falcons, 2003 Dallas Cowboys, 2004 New England Patriots, 1977-78-79- Treu, Adam-- Wilson, Harry-- 80-81 Oakland Raiders, White, Daryl-- Philadelphia Eagles, 1967-68-69 1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06 Wiltz, Jason-- Turner, Barry-- Detroit Lions, 1974 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1975 New York Jets, 1999-00 Detroit Lions, 2010 Wistrom, Grant-- Turner, Nate-- Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1976 White, David-- Buffalo Bills, 1992-93-94-95 St. Louis Rams, 1998-99-00-01-02 -03 Vacanti, Sam-- Seattle Seahawks, 2004-05-06 New England Patriots, 1993 Wolfe, Bob-- Chicago Rockets, 1947-48 Buffalo Bills, 1995-96 Baltimore Colts, 1948-49 Birmingham (WFL), 1974-75 White, Freeman-- Wortman, Keith-- Vactor, Ted-- New York Giants, 1966-67-68-69 Green Bay Packers, 1972-73-74-75 Washington Redskins, 1970-71-72-73-74 Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1970 St. Louis Cardinals, 1976-77-78-79- Chicago Bears, 1975 Wiegert, Zach-- Valentine, Vincent-- 80-81 St. Louis Rams, 1995-96-97-98 Wostoupal, Joe-- New England Patriots, 2016-17 Carolina Panthers, 1999-00-01 Kansas City Cowboys, 1926 Vanden Bosch, Kyle-- Jacksonville Jaguars, 2002 Houston Texans, 2003-04-05-06 Arizona Cardinals, 2001-02-03-04 Detroit Wolverines, 1928 New York Giants, 1929-30 Tennessee Titans, 2005-06-07-08-09 Wilder, Harold-- St. Louis Browns, 1923 Detroit Lions, 2010-11-12 Wright, Toby-- Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, 1994- Williams, Demorrio-- Veland, Tony-- 95-96-97-98 Atlanta Falcons, 2004-05-06-07 Denver Broncos, 1996-97 Carolina Panthers, 1998 Kansas City Chiefs, 2008-09-10-11 Washington Redskins, 1999 San Diego Chargers, 2012 Yaralian, Zaven-- Voss, Lloyd-- Williams, Jamel-- Philadelphia (WFL), 1974 Green Bay Packers, 1964-65 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1966-67-68- Washington Redskins, 1997-98-99 Zaruba, Carroll-- Dallas Texans, 1960 San Diego Chargers, 1999 69-70-71 Williams, Jamie-- Zatechka, Jon-- Denver Broncos, 1972 St. Louis Cardinals, 1983 New York Stars-Charlotte Hornets Berlin (NFL Europe), 1998-99-00-01 (WFL), 1974 Zatechka, Rob-- Houston Oilers, 1984-85-86-87-88 Waechter, Henry-- San Francisco 49ers, 1989-90-91- New York Giants, 1995-96-97-98 Chicago Bears, 1982-84-85-86 92-93 Zuver, Merle-- Los Angeles Raiders, 1994 Green Bay Packers, 1930 Baltimore Colts, 1983 Washington Redskins, 1987 Waldemore, Stan-- New York Jets, 1978-79-80-81-82- Huskers in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (5) 83-84-85-86 Five Huskers have earned places among the greatest football players of all Walker, Joe-- time in the hallowed halls of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Tennessee Titans, 2001 A legend at Nebraska, Guy Chamberlin became the premier end of the NFL Indianapolis Colts, 2002 during the 1920s. He was a player-coach on four NFL championship teams Walker, Kenny-- (1922-24, 1926). He concluded his six-year coaching record with a 56-14-5 Denver Broncos, 1991-92 (.780) record. Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1994 Chamberlin, who was affectionately referred to as "The Champ," earned All- Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1995 America honors at Nebraska in 1915, before playing and coaching professionally Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1996 from 1920 to 1927. Warfield, Eric-- Roy "Link" Lyman pioneered a more sophisticated defensive play with a Kansas City Chiefs, 1998-99-00-01- shifting, sliding style. He starred on four title teams (1922-23, 1924, 1933), 02-03-04-05 and played on one losing team in 16 seasons of college and professional football. Lyman, who played professionally for Canton, Cleveland, Frankford and Warren, Steve-- Chicago from 1922 to 1934, lettered as a tackle at Nebraska in 1918, 1919 Green Bay Packers, 2000-01-02 and 1921. Washington, Brian-- Bob Brown was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004. Brown Cleveland Browns, 1988 was the first All-American to play for Bob Devaney at Nebraska in 1963. Brown New York Jets, 1990-91-92-93-94 spent 10 years in the NFL, including five seasons with Philadelphia, three with Kansas City Chiefs, 1995-96 the Los Angeles Rams and two with the Oakland Raiders. Washington, Fabian-- Will Shields and Mick Tingelhoff became the fourth and fifth NU players in Oakland Raiders, 2005-06-07 the Hall of Fame in 2015. Tingelhoff played 17 seasons as the center for the Baltimore Ravens, 2008-09-10 Minnesota Vikings. Tingelhoff started all 240 games he played for the Vikings. Watkins, Dennis-- Regarded as the best center of his era, Tingelhoff played on four Vikings’ Super Philadelphia Eagles, 1986 Bowl teams and was a six-time Pro Bowl choice. Weir, Ed-- Shields joins Brown and Chamberlin as the only Huskers in both the college Frankford Yellowjackets, 1926-27-28 and pro halls of fame. Shields spent most of his 14 seasons with the Chiefs as Weir, Joe -- one of the most dominant linemen in the NFL. He played in 12 Pro Bowls and Frankford Yellowjackets, 1927 started more than 200 games in his NFL career. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 75

76 Huskers in the Super Bowl Football Nebraska has had 60 former Huskers make 76 appearances in the Super Bowl dating back to Super Bowl II following the 1967 season. Huskers have appeared in 40 of the 52 Super Bowls, including each of the past 25 games. Super Bowl* Player, Position, Team XLIII (2008) Ralph Brown, CB, Arizona Kent McCloughan, CB, Oakland II (1967) XLIV (2009) Cody Glenn, LB, Indianapolis Warren Powers, S, Oakland II (1967) XLIV (2009) Carl Nicks, OL, New Orleans Mick Tingelhoff, C, Minnesota IV (1969) Scott Shanle, LB, New Orleans XLIV (2009) Pat Fischer, CB, Washington VII (1972) Brandon Jackson, RB, Green Bay XLV (2010) VII (1972) Ron McDole, DE, Washington XLVI (2011) Prince Amukamara, DB, New York Ted Vactor, CB, Washington VII (1972) XLVII (2012) Sam Koch, P, Baltimore VIII (1973) Mick Tingelhoff, C, Minnesota XLVIII (2013) Stewart Bradley, LB, Denver , CB, ) Minnesota ( DNP IX (1974) J oe Blahak XLIX (2014) Alfonzo Dennard, CB, New England Mick Tingelhoff, C, Minnesota IX (1974) XVLIX (2014) Eric Martin, LB, New England XI (1976) Rik Bonness , LB, Oakland Zaire Anderson, LB, Denver Broncos 50 (2015) Oakland XI (1976) Monte Johnson, LB, LI (2016) Vincent Valentine, DT, New England XI (1976) David Humm, QB, Oakland LII (2017) Rex Burkhead, RB, New England XI (1976) Mick Tingelhoff, C, Minnesota Nathan Gerry, S, Philadelphia LII (2017) XIV (1979) George Andrews, LB, Los Angeles Rams Vincent Valentine, DT, New England (DNP - IR) LII (2017) XIV (1979) Vince Ferragamo, QB, Los Angeles Rams Bob Nelson, LB, Oakland XV (1980) *year in parentheses denotes season XV (1980) Raymond Phillips, LB, Philadelphia Bold denotes team won game XVI (1981) Willie Harper, LB, San Francisco Rod Horn, NT, Cincinnati XVI (1981) -Players are listed alphabetically by year Andra Franklin, RB, Miami XVII (1982) XVIII (1983) David Humm, QB, Los Angeles Raiders XVIII (1983) Bob Nelson, LB, Los Angeles Raiders XIX (1984) Bill Barnett, DE, Miami Roger Craig, RB, San Francisco XIX (1984) XX (1985) Irving Fryar, WR, New England XX (1985) Mitch Krenk, TE, Chicago XX (1985) Henry Waechter, DT, Chicago XXII (1987) Brian Davis, CB, Washington XXIII (1988) Roger Craig, RB, San Francisco XXIII (1988) Tom Rathman, FB, San Francisco , DE, Jim Skow XXIII (1988) Cincinnati Roger Craig, RB, San Francisco XXIV (1989) Denver XXIV (1989) Marc Munford , LB, XXIV (1989) Tom Rathman, FB, San Francisco an Francisco , TE, S Jamie Williams XXIV (1989) XXVIII (1993) ) DNP Buffalo Bills ( , RB, Nate Turner XXIX (1994) , DT, San Diego John Parrella Donta Jones , LB, Pittsburgh XXX (1995) , XXX (1995) Brenden Stai Pittsburgh Green Ba XXXI (1996) y Calvin Jones, RB, reen Bay XXXI (1996) , CB, G Tyrone Williams Neil Smith, DE, Denver XXXII (1997) Denver XXXII (1997) Tony Veland, CB, , CB, G XXXII (1997) Tyrone Williams reen Bay XXXIII (1998) Michael Booker, CB, Atlanta Neil Smith, DE, XXXIII (1998) Denver XXXIV (1999) Doug Colman, LB, Tennessee XXXIV (1999) Grant Wistrom, DE, St. Louis XXXV (2000) Christian Peter, DT, New York Giants XXXVI (2001) Grant Wistrom, DE, St. Louis Eric Johnson , S/LB, Oakland XXXVII (2002) XXXVII (2002) John Parrella , DT, Oakland XXXVII (2002) Adam Treu, C, Oakland New England XXXVIII (2003) R , G, uss Hochstein M XXXVIII (2003) Mike Carolina , S, inter XXXVIII (2003) Mike Rucker, DE, Carolina uss Hochstein New England XXXIX (2004) R , G, XL (2005) Josh Brown, PK, Seattle XL (2005) Grant Wistrom, DE, Seattle Mike Brown, S, Chicago XLI (2006) New England XLII (2007) R uss Hochstein , G, Le Kevin Smith, DT, New England XLII (2007) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 76

77 Huskers with 10 Years in the NFL (37) Player Teams Years Bob Brown Eagles, Rams, Raiders 1964-73 Football 2003-16 Josh Brown Seahawks, Rams, Bengals, Giants Kris Brown Steelers, Texans, Cowboys, Chargers 1999-10 Bears, Chiefs 2000-09 Mike Brown Giants, Vikings, Browns, Cardinals 2000-09 Ralph Brown Correll Buckhalter Eagles, Broncos 2001-10 Roger Craig 49ers, Raiders, Vikings 1983-93 Colts, Cowboys 1974-87 John Dutton Vince Ferragamo Rams, Bills, Packers 1977-86 Cardinals, Redskins 1961-77 Pat Fischer Irving Fryar 1984-00 Patriots, Dolphins, Eagles, Redskins Ahman Green Seahawks, Packers, Texans 1998-09 Willie Harper 49ers 1973-83 Russ Hochstein Patriots, Broncos, Chiefs 2001-12 Ed Husmann Cardinals, Cowboys, Oilers 1953-65 Richie Incognito Rams, Bills, Dolphins 2005-13; 2015-17 2003-12 Chris Kelsay Bills Ravens 2006-present Sam Koch Roy Lyman Canton, Cleveland, Frankford, Bears 1922-34 Cardinals, Oilers, Bills, Redskins 1961-78 Ron McDole Mike Minter 1997-06 Panthers Bob Nelson Bills, Seahawks, Raiders 1975-85 Bob Newton Bears, Seahawks 1971-82 John Parrella Bills, Chargers, Raiders 1993-04 Dominic Raiola Lions 2001-14 Cory Schlesinger Lions, Dolphins 1995-06 Scott Shanle Rams, Cowboys, Saints 2003-12 Will Shields Chiefs 1993-06 Chiefs, Broncos, Chargers Neil Smith 1988-00 Broderick Thomas Buccaneers, Lions, Vikings, Cowboys 1989-98 Mick Tingelhoff Vikings 1962-78 Adam Treu 1997-06 Raiders Kyle Vanden Bosch Cardinals, Titans, Lions 2001-12 Zach Wiegert Rams, Panthers, Jaguars, Texas 1995-06 Jamie Williams Cardinals, Oilers, 49ers, Raiders 1983-94 Lions, Vikings, Buccaneers 1982-93 Jimmy Williams Packers, Cardinals Keith Wortman 1972-81 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 77

78 NCAA Team Records Held by the Huskers Football Yards gained without loss, game 677, vs. New Mexico State, 1982 Fewest punts, game 0, nine times, last vs. Kansas, 2000 (tied with several other teams) Field goals made, game 7, vs. Missouri, 1985; Western Michigan vs. Marshall, 1984 First downs by rush, game 36, vs. New Mexico State, 1982 100-yard rushers, game 4, at Baylor, 2001--Thunder Collins, 165; Dahrran Diedrick, 137; Eric Crouch, 132; Judd Davies, 119 --(tied with five other teams) Touchdowns rushing per game, season 5.5, 1997 (66 TD, 12 games) Lowest average yards per play allowed, season (min. 600-699 rushes) 2.51, 1967 Lowest average yards per rush allowed, season (min. 500 rushes) 2.06, 1971 Consecutive sellouts (Entering 2018 Season) 361, 1962-present NCAA Individual Records Held by Huskers Field goals made, game Highest percentage of PATs/field goals made, season (32, 44, 42, 23, 48, 41, 27 yards); 7, Dale Klein, vs. Missouri, 1985; (min. 30 PATs/15 FG) Western Michigan, vs. Marshall, 1984 Mike Prindle, 98.6 Pct. (54-54 PATs; 18-19 FG, Alex Henery, 2010 Best perfect record of field goals made, game Touchdowns scored on kick/punt returns, career 7, Dale Klein, vs. Missouri, 1985 8, Johnny Rodgers, 1970-72; Cliff Branch, Colorado, 1970-71; Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2000-03; Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma, 2001-04; C.J. Spiller, Clemson, 2006- Touchdown by rush, pass and reception, game Joe Ganz, vs. New Mexico State, 2008 (tied with many) 09; Phillip Livas, Louisiana Tech, 2007-10 Eric Crouch, vs. California, 1999 (tied with many) Johnny Rodgers, vs. Notre Dame, 1973 Orange Bowl (tied with many) Rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, career Jeff Kinney, vs. Oklahoma, 1969 (tied with many) 59, Eric Crouch, 1998-2001 Colin Kaepernick, Nevada, 2007-10 Field goals made, half 5, Dale Klein, vs. Missouri, 1985; Highest percentage of PATs/field goals made, career Dat Ly, New Mexico State, vs. Kansas, 1988; (min. 100 PATs/50 FG) Drew Brown, vs. Southern Miss, 2015 96.7 Pct. (193-194 PATs; 68-76 FG, Alex Henery, 2007-2010 Average gain per rush, season (214-281 rushes) 7.81, Mike Rozier, 1983 Field goal percentage, career (min. 55 attempts) 89.5 (68-76), Alex Henery, 2007-10 1,000 yards rushing by a quarterback, season Taylor Martinez, 2012; Jammal Lord, 2002; Field goal percentage, career (40 yards or more) Eric Crouch, 2001; Scott Frost, 1997 (tied with many) 78.8 (26-33), Alex Henery, 2007-10 3,000 yards rushing and 4,000 yards passing by a QB , career Field goal percentage, career (40-49 yards) Eric Crouch, 1998-2001 (tied with several others) 95.4 (21-22), Alex Henery, 2007-10 Most players reaching 2,000 career rushing yards in the same season Four field goals in a game, career 3, Nebraska, 2000 (Correll Buckhalter, Dan Alexander, Eric Crouch) 6, Alex Henery, 2007-10; John Lee, UCLA, 1982-85; Leigh Tiffin, Alabama, 2006-09 Kickoff, punt and interception returns for touchdowns, season Joe Walker, 1998 (tied with many) Consecutive passes caught for touchdowns, season 6, Gerald Armstrong, Sept. 5-Nov. 7, 1992; Carlos Carson, Louisiana State, 1977 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 78

79 Nebraska Individual Offensive Records 7. Mike Rozier, IB vs. Okla. St., Nov. 6, 1982 (33 att., 4 TD) (Regular-season games from 1946 to 2001. The NCAA began including bowl games in statistics in 2002. Top bowl game 251 performances are noted with an asterisk.) 8. Keith Jones, IB at Colorado, Nov. 28, 1987 (26 att., 2 TD) Football 248 9. Taylor Martinez, QB at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 2010 (15 att., 4 TD) Rushing Game 241 38; Rex Burkhead, IB, vs. Iowa, Nov. 25, 2011 Attempts: 10. Keith Jones, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1987 (15 att., 2 TD) (160 yards) 240 Yards: 307; Roy Helu Jr., IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 *Dan Alexander, IB vs. Northwestern (Alamo Bowl), (28 att.) Dec. 30, 2000 (20 att., 2 TD) 240 142, Roy Helu Jr., IB, vs. Missouri Yards, Quarter: 12. Roger Craig, IB vs. Florida St., Sept. 19, 1981 Oct. 30, 2010 (1st, 3 att.) (20 att., 1 TD) 234 Note: Ahman Green had 13 carries for 159 yards in the Jammal Lord, QB vs. Texas, Nov. 2, 2002 (23 att., 0 TD) third quarter of the 1998 Orange Bowl against Tennessee 234 Yards, Half: 230, Mike Rozier, IB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1983 14. Marlon Lucky, IB, vs. Nevada, Sept. 1, 2007 (1st, 26 att.) (30 att., 3 TD) 233 (min. 10 att.)--19.20; Craig Johnson, IB, Yards Per Attempt: 15. Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Florida Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2014 at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978 (192 yards, 10 att.); (21 att., 1 TD) 232 (min. 20 att.)-- 11.70; Roger Craig, IB, vs. Florida St., 16. Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Miami, Sept. 20, 2014 Sept. 19, 1981 (234 yards, 20 att.); (35 att., 2 TD) 229 *12.00; Dan Alexander, IB, vs. Northwestern, Alamo Bowl, 17. Mike Rozier, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 29, 1983 (23 att., 3 TD) Dec. 30, 2000 (240 yards, 20 att.); 227 (min. 30 att.)--9.19; Mike Rozier, IB, vs. Kansas, 18. Ken Clark, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 22, 1988 (20 att., 1 TD) Nov. 12, 1983 (285 yards, 31 att.) 225 Touchdowns: 6; Calvin Jones, IB, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 Ameer Abdullah, vs. Illinois, Oct. 5, 2013 (20 att., 2 TD) 4; at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 Most Players Gaining 100 Yards: 225 (Thunder Collins, IB, 165; Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 137; Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 25, 2014 Eric Crouch, QB, 132; Judd Davies, FB, 119) (19 att., 3 TD) 225 396; Ken Clark, IB, Most Yards Gained by Two Players: 21. Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. Okla. St., Oct. 8, 1994 (256) and Steve Taylor, QB, (140), vs. Oklahoma St., (33 att., 3 TD) 221 Oct. 15, 1988 22. Jammal Lord, QB vs. McNeese St., Oct. 5, 2002 Longest Nebraska Run: 95 (TD); Eric Crouch, QB, at Missouri, (17 att., 3 TD) 218 Sept. 29, 2001 Ahman Green, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 16, 1996 (29 att., 1 TD) 23. 73; I.M. Hipp, IB, vs. Indiana, Longest Nebraska Run, No TD: 214 Oct. 1, 1977; Mike Rozier, IB at Colorado, Oct. 9, 1982 (32 att., 1 TD) 24. Rex Burkhead, IB, at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 212 Mike Rozier, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1983 (26 att., 4 TD) Best Single-Game Rushing Totals by Class 212 Freshman: 294; Calvin Jones, IB, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 26. Rick Berns, IB at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1976 (25 att., 4 TD) (27 att.) 211 Sophomore: 254; I.M. Hipp, IB, vs. Indiana, Oct. 1, 1977 27. Ahman Green, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1997 (15 att., 3 TD) (28 att.) 209 Junior: 256; Ken Clark, IB, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1988 Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 (27 att.) (22 att., 3 TD) 209 Senior: 307; Roy Helu Jr., IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 29. Leodis Flowers, IB at Iowa St., Oct. 27, 1990 (25 att., 3 TD) (28 att.) 208 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1993 (26 att., 1 TD) 100-Yard Rushing Games 208 (since 1946 NU has had 487 100-yard games by 93 players) Dan Alexander, IB vs. San Jose St., Sept. 2, 2000 *Denotes bowl game performance (17 att., 2 TD) 208 32. I.M. Hipp, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 8, 1977 (23 att., 2 TD) 100-Yard Performances: 487 (includes bowl games) 207 18 100-Yard Performances in Bowls: 33. Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 27, 1979 (18 att., 3 TD) 100-Yard Performances vs. Big 12 Opponents: 247 206 100-Yard Performances vs. Big Ten Opponents: 32 Lawrence Phillips, IB at Michigan St., Sept. 9, 1995 41 200-Yard Performances: (22 att., 4 TD) 206 300-Yard Performances: 1 *Ahman Green, IB vs. Tennessee (Orange Bowl), Jan. 2, 1998, (29 att., 2 TD) 206 300-Yard Rushing Games (1) Mike Rozier, IB at Oklahoma, Nov. 26, 1983 (32 att., 1 TD) 36. 1. Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 (28 att., 3 TD) 205 307 Taylor Martinez, QB at Michigan St., Nov. 3, 2012 (17 att., 2 TD) 205 200-Yard Rushing Games (40 by 16 players) 38. Frank Solich, FB at Air Force, Sept. 25, 1965 2. Calvin Jones, IB at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (27 att., 6 TD) (17 att., 3 TD) 204 294 Mike Rozier, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1982 (21 att., 2 TD) 3. Mike Rozier, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1983 (31 att., 4 TD) 204 285 Ahman Green, IB at Colorado, Nov. 28, 1997 (29 att., 2 TD) 40. 4. Ken Clark, IB vs. Okla. St., Oct. 15, 1988 (27 att., 3 TD) 202 256 I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1977 (23 att., 0 TD) 41. 5. Rick Berns, IB vs. Missouri, Nov. 18, 1978 (36 att., 2 TD) 200 255 6. I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Indiana, Oct. 1, 1977 (28 att., 0 TD) Bowl Game Record 254 Dan Alexander, IB, vs. Northwestern, Dec. 30, 2000, Alamo Bowl (20 att., 2 TD) 240 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 79

80 190-199-Yard Rushing Games (12) 161 110. Harry Wilson, HB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1965 199 161 *Cory Ross, IB vs. Michigan, Dec. 28, 2005, Alamo Bowl 42. Doug DuBose, IB at Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 Football 160 112. Rex Burkhead, IB, vs. Iowa, Nov. 25, 2011 199 *Tommie Frazier, QB vs. Florida, Jan. 2, 1996, Fiesta Bowl 44. Terrell Newby, IB vs. South Alabama, Sept. 12, 2015 198 150-159-Yard Rushing Games (35) 45. Mike Rozier, IB at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 196 159 195 113. Mike Rozier, IB vs. UCLA, Sept. 24, 1983 46. Calvin Jones, IB at Kansas, Nov. 6, 1993 194 47. Cory Ross, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2004 159 Mike Rozier, IB at Missouri, Oct. 15, 1983 193 159 48. Ahman Green, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 4, 1997 Tom Rathman, FB vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 Jammal Lord, QB at Texas A&M, Oct. 26, 2002 159 49. Craig Johnson, IB at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978 192 158 117. Jarvis Redwine, IB at Oklahoma, Nov. 17, 1979 Tre Bryant, IB vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 192 158 191 Tommie Frazier, QB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 51. Mike Rozier, IB vs. Wyoming, Sept. 10, 1983 158 191 Doug DuBose, IB vs. Illinois, Sept. 21, 1985 Ahman Green, IB at Baylor, Oct. 11, 1997 191 Eric Crouch, QB at Missouri, Sept. 29, 2001 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 13, 1999 158 157 121. Monte Anthony, IB at Colorado, Nov. 2, 1974 157 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Kansas, Oct. 13, 1979 180-189-Yard Rushing Games (12) 157 Doug DuBose, IB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 6, 1984 54. Jarvis Redwine, IB at Penn St., Sept. 27, 1980 189 157 Steve Taylor, QB vs. Utah St., Sept. 5, 1987 Paul Miles, IB vs. New Mexico, Oct. 5, 1985 189 189 Dahrran Diedrick, IB vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 Ahman Green, IB at Missouri, Nov. 8, 1997 157 187 157 57. Bobby Reynolds, HB vs. Indiana, Sept. 30, 1950 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010 157 58. Bobby Reynolds, HB vs. Penn St., Oct. 21, 1950 186 128. Bobby Reynolds, HB at Kansas, Oct. 28, 1950 156 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1992 186 156 Paul Miles, IB vs. Oregon, Sept. 28, 1985 183 60. I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 14, 1978 Derek Brown, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 7, 1992 Roger Craig, IB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 8, 1980 183 156 Jeff Smith, IB vs. Minnesota, Sept. 15, 1984 183 Marlon Lucky, IB vs. Troy, Sept. 23, 2006 156 183 156 Roy Helu Jr., IB at Kansas, Nov. 14, 2009 Lawrence Phillips, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 12, 1994 182 64. Brandon Jackson, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 28, 2006 133. Mike Rozier, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 22, 1983 155 154 65. Dan Alexander, IB at Colorado, Nov. 26, 1999 134. I.M. Hipp, IB vs. California, Sept. 9, 1978 180 154 Steve Taylor, QB at Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1988 154 170-179-Yard Rushing Games (21) Derek Brown, IB vs. Middle Tenn. St., Sept. 12, 1992 137. Rex Fischer, QB at Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1955 153 179 66. Mike Rozier, IB vs. Kansas, Oct. 31, 1981 179 Rick Berns, IB vs. Washington St., Sept. 10, 1977 Ahman Green, IB vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 6, 1997 153 179 153 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Iowa, Sept. 20, 1980 Josh Davis, IB vs. Penn St., Sept. 13, 2003 69. Mike Rozier, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 17, 1981 153 178 Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. UCLA, Sept. 17, 1994 178 153 Ahman Green, IB vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 18, 1997 Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 5, 1994 153 Lawrence Phillips, IB at Okla. St., Aug. 31, 1995 71. Ken Clark, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 11, 1989 177 153 Cory Ross, IB vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 17, 2005 Dahrran Diedrick, IB vs. Troy St., Sept. 1, 2001 177 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 22, 1980 152 144. 73. Roger Craig, IB at Colorado, Oct. 25, 1980 176 176 Gerry Gdowski, QB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 28, 1989 152 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Florida Atlantic, Sept. 5, 2009 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 10, 1992 151 146. Bobby Reynolds, HB at Miami, Nov. 30, 1951 176 151 Leodis Flowers, IB vs. Oregon St., Sept. 29, 1990 Ahman Green, IB vs. Wash. St., Sept. 30, 1995 176 Ahman Green, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 4, 1995 176 78. Bobby Reynolds, HB vs. Missouri, Nov. 4, 1950 175 140-149-Yard Rushing Games (30) 148. 175 Derek Brown, IB vs. Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 149 Mike Rozier, IB vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 175 148 149. Derek Brown, IB at Missouri, Oct. 24, 1992 Lawrence Phillips, IB at Texas Tech, Sept. 8, 1994 173 148 Cody Glenn, IB at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2006 81. Damon Benning, IB vs. Pacific, Sept. 23, 1995 82. I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 22, 1977 147 151. Ron Kirkland, HB vs. Kansas, Nov. 6, 1965 172 147 Tony Davis, IB vs. UCLA, Sept. 8, 1973 83. Jeff Kinney, HB at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1971 171 170 147 *Mike Rozier, IB vs. Miami, Jan. 2, 1984, Orange Bowl 84. Jeff Smith, IB vs. Wyoming, Sept. 8, 1984 Scott Baldwin, IB at Kansas, Nov. 10, 1990 Ameer Abdullah, IB at Penn State, Nov. 23, 2013 147 170 146 155. Mike Rozier, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 8, 1983 170 Rex Burkhead, IB, at Wyoming, Sept. 24, 2011 146 Ken Clark, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1988 160-169-Yard Rushing Games (26) DeAngelo Evans, IB vs. Washington, Sept. 26, 1998 146 169 87. Cory Ross, IB vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 11, 2004 146 Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Northwestern, Oct. 18, 2014 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Virginia Tech, Sept. 19, 2009 159. Bobby Reynolds, HB at Colorado, Oct. 14, 1950 145 169 145 168 89. Keith Jones, IB at Illinois, Sept. 20, 1986 Joe Orduna, HB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 26, 1968 Ken Clark, IB vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 9, 1989 145 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Florida St., Oct. 4, 1980 168 Keith Jones, IB at Arizona St., Sept. 26, 1987 145 Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. Wyoming, Oct. 1, 1994 168 DeAngelo Evans, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1996 168 145 Derek Brown, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 19, 1991 167 145 Eric Crouch, QB at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2000 93. I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Utah St., Sept. 15, 1979 144 165. Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Wyoming, Aug. 31, 2013 Ken Clark, IB at Oklahoma, Nov. 19, 1988 167 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Arkansas St., Sept. 15, 2012 166. 143 167 John Bordogna, QB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 11, 1952 166 96. Ken Clark, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1989 143 Derek Brown, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 12, 1991 Clinton Childs, IB vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Colorado, Nov. 28, 2008 166 143 143 Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Fresno St., Sept. 10, 2011 166 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 165 99. I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 15, 1977 142 170. Mike Rozier, IB vs. Syracuse, Oct. 1, 1983 142 Brandon Jackson, IB vs. Colorado, Nov. 24, 2006 165 Jeff Smith, IB at Colorado, Oct. 20, 1984 141 165 Ken Clark, IB vs. Colorado, Nov. 12, 1988 172. Bobby Reynolds, HB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 11, 1950 165 *Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. Florida, Jan. 2, 1996, Fiesta Bowl 141 Bob Smith, HB vs. Kansas, Oct. 31, 1953 Scott Frost, QB at Missouri, Nov. 8, 1997 165 Thunder Collins, IB at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 141 Ameer Abdullah, IB at Minnesota, Oct. 26, 2013 140 Steve Taylor, QB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1988 175. 165 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 105. Ahman Green, IB vs. Colorado St., Sept. 28, 1996 163 140 106. Doug DuBose, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 13, 1984 162 140 Terrell Newby, IB vs. Illinois, Oct. 1, 2016 140 Eric Crouch, QB at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 162 *Rex Burkhead, IB vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013, Capital One Bowl 161 108. Bobby Reynolds, HB at Minnesota, Oct. 7, 1950 161 Ahman Green, IB vs. Missouri, Nov. 9, 1996 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 80

81 130-139-Yard Rushing Games (41) 125 253. Doug DuBose, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 26, 1985 179. Willie Greenlaw, HB vs. Kansas, Oct. 29, 1955 139 125 Ken Clark, IB at Missouri, Oct. 14, 1989 139 Mike Rozier, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 23, 1982 125 Gerry Gdowski, QB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 21, 1989 Doug DuBose, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 19, 1985 139 Tommie Frazier, QB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1993 125 Steve Taylor, QB vs. Florida St., Sept. 6, 1986 139 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 24, 1998 125 139 Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. So. Dakota St., Sept. 21, 2013 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Colorado, Nov. 24, 2000 125 Football 138 184. Bob Smith, HB vs. Miami, Oct. 17, 1953 David Horne, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 19, 2002 125 138 Craig Johnson, IB vs. Kansas, Oct. 13, 1979 Cory Ross, IB vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 4, 2004 125 138 Leodis Flowers, IB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 20, 1990 125 Quentin Castille, IB vs. Clemson, Jan. 1, 2009 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 138 124 262. Bill Mueller, HB at Kansas St., Oct. 8, 1949 138 Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. Pacific, Sept. 24, 1994 124 Jeff Kinney, HB vs. Oregon, Sept. 11, 1971 *Cory Ross, IB vs. Mich. St., Dec. 29, 2003, Alamo Bowl 138 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Penn St., Sept. 29, 1979 124 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 138 Leodis Flowers, IB vs. N. Illinois, Sept. 8, 1990 124 137 191. Calvin Jones, IB at Oklahoma, Nov. 27, 1992 124 Keithen McCant, QB vs. Missouri, Oct. 13, 1990 Lawrence Phillips, IB at UCLA, Sept. 18, 1993 137 Calvin Jones, IB vs. North Texas, Sept. 4, 1993 124 137 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1999 123 268. Dennis Korinek, HB at Illinois, Sept. 26, 1953 137 Dahrran Diedrick, IB at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 Ron Kirkland, HB at Oklahoma St., Nov. 13, 1965 123 137 Taylor Martinez, QB at Washington, Sept. 18, 2010 I.M. Hipp, IB at Indiana, Sept. 30, 1978 123 136 196. Calvin Jones, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 7, 1993 123 Mike Rozier, IB at Kansas, Oct. 30, 1982 Dan Alexander, IB at Texas, Oct. 23, 1999 136 Jeff Smith, IB at UCLA, Sept. 22, 1984 123 136 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. Texas, Dec. 4, 1999 123 George Achola, IB vs. Minnesota, Sept. 22, 1990 Dahrran Diedrick, IB at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2001 136 123 Mickey Joseph, QB at Iowa St., Oct. 27, 1990 200. Joe Orduna, HB at USC, Sept. 19, 1970 135 123 DeAngelo Evans, IB vs. Colorado, Nov. 29, 1996 135 Derek Brown, IB at Arizona St., Sept. 28, 1991 Scott Frost, QB vs. Akron, Aug. 30, 1997 123 Damon Benning, IB vs. Baylor, Oct. 12, 1996 135 123 Ahman Green, IB at Kansas, Oct. 25, 1997 Dan Alexander, IB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 9, 1999 135 123 Eric Crouch, QB at Colorado, Nov. 26, 1999 135 Dan Alexander, IB vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1999 Cory Ross, IB vs. Wake Forest, Sept. 10, 2005 123 135 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. Chattanooga, Sept. 3, 2011 123 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Michigan St., Nov. 16, 2013 134 206. Doug DuBose, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 3, 1984 122 281. Bob Smith, HB vs. Colorado, Nov. 14, 1953 133 207. Bill Thornton, HB vs. Syracuse, Oct. 14, 1961 I.M. Hipp, IB vs. Baylor, Sept. 24, 1977 122 133 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. Kansas, Oct. 17, 1998 122 Andra Franklin, FB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 22, 1980 133 Dahrran Diedrick, IB vs. Notre Dame, Sept. 8, 2001 122 Andra Franklin, FB vs. Missouri, Nov. 1, 1980 210. Rick Berns, IB at Colorado, Oct. 21, 1978 132 122 Steve Taylor, QB at Arizona St., Sept. 26, 1987 132 Correll Buckhalter, IB at Missouri, Sept. 25, 1999 122 Ken Clark, IB vs. Arizona St., Sept. 24, 1988 132 Eric Crouch, QB at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 Gerry Gdowski, QB at Missouri, Oct. 14, 1989 122 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB at Northwestern, Sept. 24, 2016 132 David Horne, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2002 122 214. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB vs. McNeese St., Sept. 6, 2014 131 122 *Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014, Gator Bowl 130 215. Ken Clark, IB vs. Utah, Sept. 16, 1989 290. Dennis Korinek, HB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 2, 1954 121 Tommie Frazier, QB vs. W. Virginia, Aug. 28, 1994 130 Jerry Brown, FB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 6, 1956 121 130 DeAngelo Evans, IB vs. Texas, Dec. 7, 1996 121 Bill Thornton, HB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 21, 1961 130 Dan Alexander, IB at Kansas St., Nov. 11, 2000 121 Roger Craig, IB vs. Penn St., Sept. 26, 1981 130 Cory Ross, IB at Oklahoma, Nov. 13, 2004 121 Roger Craig, IB at Oklahoma St., Nov. 7, 1981 130 Rex Burkhead, IB vs. Michigan St., Oct. 29, 2011 121 Derek Brown, IB vs. Colorado St., Sept. 14, 1991 121 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 16, 1991 120-129-Yard-Rushing Games (83) 121 Scott Frost, QB at Kansas, Oct. 25, 1997 221. Ron Clark, HB vs. Missouri, Nov. 4, 1950 129 Rex Burkhead, IB at Penn St., Nov. 12, 2011 121 Carroll Zaruba, HB vs. Colorado, Nov. 14, 1959 129 299. Ben Gregory, HB vs. Oklahoma St., Nov. 11, 1967 120 129 Jeff Moran, IB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 18, 1972 120 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. New Mexico St., Oct. 6, 1979 129 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Missouri, Nov. 1, 1980 120 Tyreese Knox, IB at Kansas, Oct. 8, 1988 129 Doug DuBose, IB vs. Florida St., Sept. 7, 1985 120 Derek Brown, IB vs. Minnesota, Sept. 22, 1990 129 Keith Jones, IB vs. South Carolina, Oct. 3, 1987 120 Rex Burkhead, IB vs. Washington, Sept. 17, 2011 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 23, 1993 129 129 Ahman Green, IB at Washington, Sept. 20, 1997 110-119-Yard Rushing Games (71) 129 Joel Makovicka, FB at Washington, Sept. 20, 1997 119 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Middle Tenn. St., Sept. 12, 1992 304. 129 Rex Burkhead, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 6, 2010 Dan Alexander, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 2000 119 231. Rick Berns, IB vs. Alabama, Sept. 17, 1977 128 Judd Davies, FB at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 119 128 David Horne, IB at Texas A&M, Oct. 26, 2002 David Horne, IB at Missouri, Oct. 11, 2003 119 127 233. Dick Davis, FB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1967 Rex Burkhead, IB vs. Ohio St., Oct. 8, 2011 119 Jeff Kinney, HB at Oklahoma, Nov. 22, 1969 127 Ameer Abdullah, IB at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 119 Rick Berns, IB at Colorado, Oct. 9, 1976 127 119 Rex Burkhead, IB vs. Idaho St., Sept. 22, 2012 127 Mike Rozier, IB vs. Iowa, Sept. 11, 1982 119 Rex Burkhead, IB at Ohio St., Oct. 6, 2012 127 Roger Craig, IB at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1982 312. *Rick Berns, IB vs. Texas Tech, Dec. 31, 1976, 118 Tyreese Knox, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 18, 1986 127 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl Damon Benning, IB vs. Texas Tech, Sept. 11, 1993 127 *Mike Rozier, IB vs. LSU, Jan. 1, 1983, Orange Bowl 118 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 9, 1999 127 118 Keith Jones, IB vs. Utah St., Sept. 5, 1987 127 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 2000 118 Tyreese Knox, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1987 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. W. Kentucky, Sept. 4, 2010 127 118 Leodis Flowers, IB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 28, 1989 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Northwestern, Nov. 2, 2013 127 Derek Brown, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 26, 1991 118 126 244. Carroll Zaruba, HB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 8, 1959 118 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 29, 1991 Rudy Johnson, HB at Missouri, Nov. 2, 1963 126 117 319. Monte Anthony, IB at Okla. St., Oct. 18, 1975 *Tony Davis, FB vs. Florida, Dec. 31, 1974, Sugar Bowl 126 Doug DuBose, IB at Kansas, Nov. 16, 1984 117 Jeff Smith, IB vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 126 117 Keith Jones, IB at Kansas, Nov. 15, 1986 126 Ken Kaelin, FB at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 117 Lawrence Phillips, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 15, 1994 126 Tyreese Knox, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. San Jose St., Sept. 2, 2000 117 Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. W. Virginia, Aug. 28, 1994 126 Rex Burkhead, IB at Minnesota, Oct. 22, 2011 117 Cory Ross, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 6, 2004 126 325. Jeff Kinney, HB at Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1970 116 126 Ameer Abdullah, IB at Purdue, Oct. 12, 2013 Steve Taylor, QB vs. Arizona St., Sept. 24, 1988 116 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 81

82 116 Dahrran Diedrick, IB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 6, 2001 107 Correll Buckhalter, IB at Kansas, Oct. 30, 1999 116 Dahrran Diedrick, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2002 Brandon Jackson, IB at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2006 107 Football Cory Ross, IB vs. Kansas, Oct. 2, 2004 116 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Penn St., Nov. 10, 2012 107 107 Marlon Lucky, IB vs. Iowa State, Sept, 29, 2007 Terrell Newby, IB at Minnesota, Oct. 17, 2015 116 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010 115 331. Tom Rathman, FB vs. Colorado, Oct. 26, 1985 107 115 Keith Jones, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 17, 1987 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 2012 107 107 Terrell Newby, IB, vs. Florida Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2014 115 Roy Helu Jr., IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 8, 2008 114 334. Doug DuBose, IB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 9, 1985 Tre Bryant, IB, at Oregon, Sept. 9, 2017 107 *Eric Crouch, QB vs. Miami, Jan. 3, 2002 (Rose Bowl) 106 410. Dick Davis, FB at Texas Christian, Oct. 28, 1967 114 106 Tony Davis, IB vs. North Carolina St., Sept. 22, 1973 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 7, 2013 114 *Tony Davis, IB vs. Texas, Jan. 1, 1974, Cotton Bowl 113 337. Bob Smith, HB at Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1953 106 113 Rick Berns, IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 11, 1978 John O’Leary, IB vs. Miami, Oct. 4, 1975 106 113 Tom Rathman, FB vs. Florida St., Sept. 7, 1985 Dave Gillespie, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 25, 1975 106 Terry Rodgers, IB vs. Arizona St., Sept. 24, 1988 113 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2001 106 106 113 Ahman Green, IB vs. C. Florida, Sept. 13, 1997 Kenny Wilson, IB vs. Troy, Sept. 23, 2006 Ameer Abdullah, IB, at Iowa, Nov. 28, 2014 106 Dan Alexander, IB vs. Iowa, Sept. 23, 2000 113 113 Devine Ozigbo, IB, at Illinois, Sept. 29, 2017 Dan Alexander, IB at Texas Tech, Oct. 14, 2000 106 344. Nick Adduci FB vs. Colorado, Nov. 19, 1949 419. Bill Mueller, HB vs. South Dakota, Sept. 24, 1949 105 112 Joe Orduna, HB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1970 105 Joe Orduna, HB at Colorado, Nov. 16, 1968 112 112 Craig Johnson, IB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 18, 1980 Jeff Quinn, QB vs. Utah St., Sept. 15, 1979 105 Mike Rozier, IB at Oklahoma, Nov. 21, 1981 105 112 Leodis Flowers, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 6, 1990 Derek Brown, IB vs. Utah, Sept. 5, 1992 105 Ahman Green, IB vs. Pacific, Sept. 23, 1995 112 112 105 Dan Alexander, IB at Notre Dame, Sept. 9, 2000 DeAngelo Evans, IB vs. Baylor, Oct. 12, 1996 112 Tierre Green, IB vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 4, 2004 Ahman Green, IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 1997 105 112 Taylor Martinez, QB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 Correll Buckhalter, IB at Texas Tech, Oct. 14, 2000 105 Taylor Martinez, QB at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 112 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 105 Devine Ozigbo, IB, vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 112 Imani Cross, IB vs. Wyoming, Aug. 31, 2013 105 354. Willie Ross, HB at Kansas, Nov. 10, 1962 111 Ameer Abdullah, IB at Michigan, Nov. 9, 2013 105 104 Tony Davis, IB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 27, 1973 430. Rudy Johnson, HB vs. Air Force, Oct. 12, 1963 111 111 104 Tony Davis, IB at Kansas St., Nov. 17, 1973 Harry Wilson, HB Oklahoma St., Nov. 12, 1966 104 Jeff Kinney, HB vs. Kansas, Oct. 16, 1971 111 Monte Anthony, IB vs. Northwestern, Sept. 28, 1974 Kenny Brown, WB at Oklahoma St., Oct. 20, 1979 111 Gary Dixon, HB vs. Kansas, Oct. 16, 1971 104 Andra Franklin, FB at Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1980 111 Mike Rozier, IB at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1982 104 Leodis Flowers, IB vs. Missouri, Oct. 13, 1990 111 Doug DuBose, IB at UCLA, Sept. 22, 1984 104 Dan Alexander, IB vs. Baylor, Oct. 21, 2000 111 104 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Arizona St., Sept. 26, 1992 111 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 6, 2001 104 Ahman Green, IB vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 104 Rex Burkhead, IB at Washington, Sept. 18, 2010 Jammal Lord, QB at Penn St., Sept. 14, 2002 111 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. Penn St., Nov. 10, 2012 111 Jammal Lord, QB at Missouri, Oct. 11, 2003 104 440. George Cifra, FB vs. Iowa St., Oct. 4, 1952 Brandon Jackson, IB vs. Missouri, Nov. 4, 2006 111 103 Willie Ross, HB at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1961 103 111 Marlon Lucky, IB at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 110 367. Ron Clark, HB at Minnesota, Sept. 25, 1954 103 Mike Rozier, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1982 110 Lawrence Phillips, IB at Missouri, Oct. 22, 1994 Keith Jones, IB at South Carolina, Oct. 4, 1986 103 Dan Alexander, IB at Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1998 110 103 Lawrence Phillips, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 29, 1994 Eric Crouch, QB at Oklahoma, Oct. 28, 2000 103 110 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Missouri, Sept. 30, 2000 103 Jammal Lord, QB vs. Arizona St., Aug. 24, 2002 Roy Helu Jr., IB at Washington, Sept. 18, 2010 110 Roy Helu Jr., IB at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 2010 110 Cory Ross, IB at Colorado, Nov. 28, 2003 103 110 103 Marlon Lucky, IB vs. Nicholls St., Sept. 9, 2006 Ameer Abdullah, IB at Michigan St., Nov. 3, 2012 Marlon Lucky, IB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 103 Ameer Abdullah, IB, at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 110 103 Marlon Lucky, IB vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 13, 2008 Devine Ozigbo, IB, vs. Fresno St., Sept. 3, 2016 103 100-109-Yard Rushing Games (111) 375. Bobby Reynolds, HB vs. Iowa St., Nov. 18, 1950 451. Willie Greenlaw, HB vs. Colorado, Nov. 12, 1955 102 109 Harry Wilson, HB at Iowa St., Oct. 1, 1966 102 John Bordogna, QB vs. Penn St., Oct. 13, 1951 109 Tim Wurth, IB at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 1978 102 Doug Thomas, HB at Missouri, Oct. 26, 1957 109 102 Jarvis Redwine, IB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 20, 1979 Ben Gregory, HB at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1966 109 Dick Davis, FB vs. Minnesota, Sept. 30, 1967 109 Craig Johnson, IB at Kansas St., Nov. 10, 1979 102 102 Mike Rozier, IB at Oklahoma St., Nov. 7, 1981 Tony Davis, IB at Missouri, Oct. 13, 1973 109 Monte Anthony, IB vs. Miami, Oct. 2, 1976 109 Roger Craig, IB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 26, 1982 102 Craig Johnson, IB at Kansas, Oct. 11, 1980 102 *Doug DuBose, IB vs. LSU, Jan. 1, 1985, Sugar Bowl 109 Bryan Carpenter, FB vs. Utah, Sept. 16, 1989 Doug DuBose, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 109 102 Keith Jones, IB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 1, 1986 109 Marlon Lucky, IB vs. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 102 Quentin Castille, IB vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 13, 2007 Ahman Green, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 109 102 109 102 Jammal Lord, QB vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2003 Taylor Martinez, QB vs. Ohio St., Oct. 8, 2011 109 Imani Cross, IB, vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 Terrell Newby, IB at Indiana, Oct. 15, 2016 102 388. Nick Adduci, FB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 11, 1950 108 465. Tom Carodine, HB vs. TCU, Sept. 29, 1951 101 Craig Johnson, IB at Kansas St., Oct. 6, 1951 *Dennis Claridge, QB vs. Auburn, Jan. 1, 1964, Orange Bowl 108 101 Jeff Kinney, HB vs. Missouri, Oct. 10, 1970 108 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Colorado, Oct. 31, 1992 101 Tom Rathman, FB vs. Wyoming, Sept. 8, 1984 108 101 Joel Makovicka, FB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 1997 Tyreese Knox, IB at Kansas State, Oct. 22, 1988 108 Rex Burkhead, IB vs. Colorado, Nov. 26, 2010 101 101 Ameer Abdullah, IB at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 Eric Crouch, QB vs. Texas, Oct. 31, 1998 108 108 Eric Crouch, QB at Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1998 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Michigan, Oct. 27, 2012 101 Devine Ozigbo, IB vs. Rutgers, Sept. 23, 2017 101 *Dan Alexander, IB vs. Tennessee, Jan. 2, 2000, Fiesta Bowl 108 100 473. Ron Clark, HB at Kansas, Nov. 6, 1954 Dahrran Diedrick, IB vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2001 108 Cory Ross, IB at Kansas, Nov. 8, 2003 108 Jerry Brown, FB vs. Baylor, Nov. 17, 1956 100 107 398. Monte Anthony, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1975 Bill Thornton, HB at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1961 100 107 100 Rick Berns, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1977 Bill Olds, FB vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 107 Doug DuBose, IB at Syracuse, Sept. 29, 1984 100 John O’Leary, IB at Kansas St., Nov. 17, 1973 Calvin Jones, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 7, 1992 Turner Gill, QB at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 107 100 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 82

83 Tyreese Knox, IB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 24, 1987 3 Jeff Smith, IB, 1984 100 100 Doug DuBose, IB, 1985 3 Ken Clark, IB at Minnesota, Sept. 23, 1989 Derek Brown, IB vs. Washington, Sept. 21, 1991 Gerry Gdowski, QB, 1989 3 100 Keithen McCant, QB vs. Kansas St., Oct. 19, 1991 100 3 Ken Clark, IB, 1989 Calvin Jones, IB, 1991, 1993 (three total times) Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. Iowa, Sept. 23, 2000 100 3 100 3 Correll Buckhalter, IB vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 2000 Ahman Green, IB, 1995 Football Jammal Lord, QB vs. Penn St., Sept. 13, 2003 Dan Alexander, IB, 2000 3 100 3 Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 100 Rex Burkhead, IB at Colorado, Nov. 27, 2009 487. Imani Cross, IB vs. Idaho St., Sept. 22, 2012 100 3 Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 2001 3 Cory Ross, IB, 2004 Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2008, 2010 3 Progression of Nebraska’s Rushing Record 3 Rex Burkhead, IB, 2010 Player, Opp. (Games Held, Includes Bowls) Yards Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010 3 Roy Helu Jr., IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 (97) 307 Rex Burkhead, IB, 2011 3 294 Calvin Jones, IB, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (215) 3 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 285 Mike Rozier, IB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1983 (97) 3 Devine Ozigbo, IB, 2017 Rick Berns, IB, vs. Missouri, Nov. 18, 1978 (61) 255 *Rozier and Green had 12 straight 100-yard games, including 254 I.M. Hipp, IB, vs. Indiana, Oct. 1, 1977 (19) bowls. Rick Berns, IB, vs. Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1976 (5) 211 204 Frank Solich, FB, at Air Force, Sept. 25, 1965 (136) Bobby Reynolds, HB, vs. Indiana, Sept. 30, 1950 (154) 187 Quadruple 100-Yard Games (1) Bill Mueller, HB, at Kansas State, Oct. 8, 1949 (7) 1. Thunder Collins, IB, (165), Dahrran Diedrick, IB, (137) 124 Eric Crouch, QB, (132), Judd Davies, FB, (119) at Bill Mueller, HB, vs. South Dakota, Sept. 24, 1949 (2) 105 Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 100-Yard Rushing Games by Player Total 200+ Bowl (4) Triple 100-Yard Games Player 1. Ken Clark, IB, (122), Steve Taylor, QB, (116), Terry 1. Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 26 7 2 1 2. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 24 5 Rodgers, IB, (113) vs. Arizona St., Sept. 24, 1988 1 4 20 Ahman Green, IB, 1995-97 3. 2. Eric Crouch, QB, (127), Dan Alexander, IB, (119), 0 4. Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-01 17 1 Correll Buckhalter, IB, (100) vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 2000 2 0 3. Thunder Collins, IB, (165), Dahrran Diedrick, IB, (137) 16 Calvin Jones, IB, 1991-93 5. 2 1 Eric Crouch, QB, (132), Judd Davies, FB, (119) at 6. Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1993-95 15 0 Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 7. Doug DuBose, IB, 1984-85 14 1 4. Taylor Martinez, QB, (137), Roy Helu Jr., IB, (110), 2 Dan Alexander, IB, 1997-00 2 14 2 9. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010-13 13 Rex Burkhead, IB, (104), at Washington, Sept. 18, 0 1 2010 Rex Burkhead, 2009-12 13 0 11. Cory Ross, IB, 2002-05 12 0 2 0 12 Derek Brown, IB, 1990-92 0 Double 100-Yard Game Breakdown Ken Clark, IB, 1987-89 12 2 0 Games: 77 (72 by two players, 4 by three players, 1 by four players) 11 14. Correll Buckhalter, IB, 1998-00 0 0 Last Time: vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014; Ameer Abdullah, IB Jarvis Redwine, IB, 1979-80 11 1 0 (208), Imani Cross, IB, (109) 0 16. 2 I.M. Hipp, IB, 1976-78 10 First Time: vs. Missouri, Nov. 4, 1950, Bobby Reynolds, Keith Jones, IB, 1984-87 10 2 0 HB, (175), Ron Clark, HB, (129) Roy Helu Jr., 2007-10 0 1 10 Total Double 100-Yard Games vs. Big 12: 45 (1 triple, 1 quadruple) 19. 0 0 Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950-52 9 Total Double 100-Yard Games vs. Big Ten: 4 2 1 9 Rick Berns, IB, 1976-78 Total Double 100-Yard Games vs. Non-Conference: 28 (2 triple) 1 0 Jammal Lord, QB, 2000-03 9 Total Double 100-Yard Games in Bowl Games: 1 22. Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 1999-02 8 0 0 Double 100-Yard Game Record: 75-2 (50-0 Home, 23-2 Away, 2-0 Neutral) 1 8 Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-08 0 Most Double 100-Yard Games Against Opponent: 10 vs. Iowa State 7 0 0 24. Roger Craig, IB, 1980-82 Most Common Double 100-Yard Game Combo: Tony Davis, IB/FB, 1973-75 7 0 2 Dan Alexander, IB, and Correll Buckhalter, IB, 0 Leodis Flowers, IB, 1988-90 7 0 (5 times; 2 in 1999, 3 in 2000) Homecoming Games: 15 (1 triple) Consecutive 100-Yard Games, Season Player, Year No. Double 100-Yard Games, By Date 11* Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 1. Bobby Reynolds, HB, (175), Ron Clark, HB, (129) (includes four straight 200-yard games) vs. Missouri, Nov. 4, 1950 11 Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 2. Bobby Reynolds, HB, (141), Nick Adduci, FB, (108) 11* Ahman Green, IB, 1997 vs. Kansas St., Nov. 11, 1950 (includes three straight 200-yard games) 3. Willie Ross, HB, (103), Bill Thornton, HB, (100) Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950 8 at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1961 8 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2013 4. Jeff Kinney, HB, (104), Gary Dixon, HB, (104) 7 Derek Brown, IB, 1991 vs. Kansas, Oct. 16, 1971 6 Mike Rozier, IB, 1982 I.M. Hipp, IB, (200), Rick Berns, IB, (107) 5. (includes two straight 200-yard games) vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1977 Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010 5 6. I.M. Hipp, IB, (167), Jeff Quinn, QB, (112) 5 Leodis Flowers, IB, 1990 vs. Utah St., Sept. 15, 1979 5 Jarvis Redwine, IB, 1979 7. Jarvis Redwine, IB, (157), Craig Johnson, IB, (138) 5 I.M. Hipp, IB, 1977 vs. Kansas, Oct. 13, 1979 (includes two straight 200-yard games) Kenny Brown, WB, (111), Jarvis Redwine, IB, (102) 8. 4 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2012 at Oklahoma St., Oct. 20, 1979 Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 4 9. Jarvis Redwine, IB, (129), Andra Franklin, FB, (122) Doug DuBose, IB, 1984 4 vs. Missouri, Nov. 1, 1980 Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2009 4 10. Jarvis Redwine, IB, (152), Andra Franklin, FB, (122) Bob Smith, HB, 1953 3 vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 22, 1980 3 Bill Thornton, FB, 1961 11. Roger Craig, IB, (121), Mike Rozier, IB, (105) 3 Rick Berns, IB, 1976-77 at Oklahoma St., Nov. 7, 1981 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 83

84 50. 12. Eric Crouch, QB, (137), Dan Alexander, IB, (135) Mike Rozier, IB, (149), Jeff Smith, IB, (126) vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1999 vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 Football 13. Roger Craig, IB, (127), Mike Rozier, IB, (111) 51. Dan Alexander, IB, (180), Eric Crouch, QB, (123) at Colorado, Nov. 26, 1999 at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1982 Dan Alexander, IB, (208), Correll Buckhalter, IB, (117) 52. 14. Mike Rozier, IB, (196), Turner Gill, QB, (100) at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 vs. San Jose St., Sept. 2, 2000 Dan Alexander, IB, (113), Correll Buckhalter, IB, (100) 53. 15. Jeff Smith, IB, (170), Tom Rathman, FB, (108) vs. Wyoming, Sept. 8, 1984 vs. Iowa, Sept. 23, 2000 54. 16. Jeff Smith, IB, (123), Doug DuBose, IB, (104) Dan Alexander, IB, (113), Correll Buckhalter, IB, (105) at Texas Tech, Oct. 14, 2000 at UCLA, Sept. 22, 1984 Doug DuBose, IB, (129), Tom Rathman, FB, (113) 17. 55. Eric Crouch, QB, (127), Dan Alexander, IB, (119), Correll Buckhalter, IB, (100) vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 2000 vs. Florida St., Sept. 7, 1985 Dahrran Diedrick, IB, (107), Eric Crouch, QB, (104) 56. 18. Doug DuBose, IB, (125), Tom Rathman, FB, (115) vs. Colorado, Oct. 26, 1985 vs. Iowa St., Oct. 6, 2001 57. 19. Tom Rathman, FB, (159), Doug DuBose, IB, (109) Thunder Collins, IB, (165), Dahrran Diedrick, IB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 (137), Eric Crouch, QB, (132), Judd Davies, FB, (119) at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 20. Ken Kaelin, FB, (126), Tyreese Knox, IB, (126) Dahrran Diedrick, IB, (157), Eric Crouch, QB, (105) 58. at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 21. Steve Taylor, QB, (157), Keith Jones, IB, (118) vs. Utah St., Sept. 5, 1987 59. Dahrran Diedrick, IB, (108), Eric Crouch, QB, (106) vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2001 22. Keith Jones, IB, (145), Steve Taylor, QB, (122) Jammal Lord, QB, (159), David Horne, IB, (128) 60. at Arizona St., Sept. 26, 1987 23. Keith Jones, IB, (240), Tyreese Knox, IB, (118) at Texas A&M, Oct. 26, 2002 61. David Horne, IB, (122), Dahrran Diedrick, IB, (107) vs. Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1987 vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2002 24. Ken Clark, IB, (122), Steve Taylor, QB, (116), Terry Rodgers, IB, (113) vs. Arizona St., Sept. 24, 1988 62. Josh Davis, IB, (179), Jammal Lord, QB, (100), Ken Clark, IB, (256), Steve Taylor, QB, (140) vs. Penn St., Sept. 13, 2003 25. 63. David Horne, IB, (119), Jammal Lord, QB, (111) vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1988 at Missouri, Oct. 11, 2003 26. Ken Clark, IB, (225), Tyreese Knox, IB, (108) at Kansas St., Oct. 22, 1988 64. Cory Ross, IB, (125), Tierre Green, IB, (112) 27. Steve Taylor, QB, (154), Ken Clark, IB, (146) vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 4, 2004 at Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1988 65. Marlon Lucky, IB, (156), Kenny Wilson, IB, (106) 28. Ken Clark, IB, (130), Bryan Carpenter, FB, (102) vs. Troy, Sept. 23, 2006 66. Cody Glenn, IB, (148), Brandon Jackson, IB, (116) vs. Utah, Sept. 16, 1989 at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2006 29. Ken Clark, IB, (125), Gerry Gdowski, QB, (122) 67. Taylor Martinez, QB, (157), Roy Helu Jr., IB (107) at Missouri, Oct. 14, 1989 30. vs. Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010 Gerry Gdowski, QB, (176), Leodis Flowers, IB, (118) vs. Iowa St., Oct. 28, 1989 68. Taylor Martinez, QB, (137), Roy Helu Jr., IB, (110), Rex Burkhead, IB, (104), at Washington, Sept. 18, 2010 31. George Achola, IB, (123), Derek Brown, IB, (120) 69. Taylor Martinez, QB, (241), Roy Helu Jr., IB, (110) vs. Minnesota, Sept. 22, 1990 at Kansas State, Oct. 7, 2010 Leodis Flowers, IB, (208), Mickey Joseph, QB, (123) 32. 70. Rex Burkhead, IB, (119), Taylor Martinez, QB, (102) at Iowa St., Oct. 27, 1990 Derek Brown, IB, (145), Keithen McCant, QB, (100) vs. Ohio State, Oct. 8, 2011 33. vs. Kansas St., Oct. 19, 1991 71. Ameer Abdullah, IB (119), Taylor Martinez, QB, (112) Keithen McCant, QB, (124), Derek Brown, IB, (118) 34. at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 72. Rex Burkhead, IB (119), Imani Cross, IB, (100) vs. Missouri, Oct. 26, 1991 35. Calvin Jones, IB, (121), Derek Brown, IB, (107) vs. Idaho State, Sept. 22, 2012 73. Taylor Martinez, QB (205), Ameer Abdullah (101) vs. Iowa St., Nov. 16, 1991 36. Derek Brown, IB, (154), Calvin Jones, IB, (119) at Michigan State, Nov. 3, 2012 74. Ameer Abdullah, IB (116), Taylor Martinez (104) vs. Middle Tennessee State, Sept. 12, 1992 vs. Penn State, Nov. 10, 2012 37. Derek Brown, IB, (156), Calvin Jones, IB, (107) 75. Ameer Abdullah, IB (144), Imani Cross, IB (105) vs. Kansas, Nov. 7, 1992 vs. Wyoming, Aug. 31, 2013 Tommie Frazier, QB, (158), Calvin Jones, IB, (138) 38. 76. Ameer Abdullah, IB (232), Terrell Newby, IB (107) vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 Calvin Jones, IB, (208), Tommie Frazier, QB, (125) vs. Florida Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2014 39. 77. Ameer Abdullah, IB (208), Imani Cross, IB (109) vs. Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1993 vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 40. Tommie Frazier, QB, (138), Lawrence Phillips, IB, (127) vs. West Virginia, Aug. 28, 1994 41. Clinton Childs, IB, (143), Ahman Green, IB, (111) Rushing Season vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 286; Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 Attempts: Damon Benning, IB, (173), Ahman Green, IB, (112) 42. (1,722 yards, 12 games) vs. Pacific, Sept. 23, 1995 2,148; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (275 att., 12 games) Yards: 43. Tommie Frazier, QB, (199), Lawrence Phillips, IB, (165) (min. 100 att.) - 8.33; Calvin Jones, Yards Per Attempt: vs. Florida, Jan. 2, 1996, Fiesta Bowl IB, 1991 (900 yards, 108 att.); 44. Damon Benning, IB, (135), DeAngelo Evans, IB, (105) (min. 200 att.) - 7.81; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 vs. Baylor, Oct. 12, 1996 (2,148 yards, 275 att.) Ahman Green, IB, (129), Joel Makovicka, FB, (129) 45. 179.0, Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 Yards Per Game: at Washington, Sept. 20, 1997 (2,148 yards, 12 games) 46. Ahman Green, IB, (123), Scott Frost, QB, (121) Touchdowns: 29; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (12 games) at Kansas, Oct. 25, 1997 Games Rushing for 100 Yards: 11; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983; 47. Ahman Green, IB, (105), Joel Makovicka, FB, (101) Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994; Ahman Green, IB, 1997; vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 1997 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2013 48. Ahman Green, IB, (189), Scott Frost, QB, (141) 4; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983; Games Rushing for 200 Yards: at Missouri, Nov. 8, 1997 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 Dan Alexander, IB, (135), Correll Buckhalter, IB, (127) 49. vs. Iowa St., Oct. 9, 1999 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 84

85 11; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 Consecutive 100-Yard Games: Fullback (games 2-12); Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 (games 1-11); Player (year) Att. Avg. TD Yards Games Ahman Green, IB, 1997 (games 2-12) 1. Tom Rathman (1985) 8 881 11 118 7.47 4; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 Consecutive 200-Yard Games: 1 717 10 162 4.42 2. Dick Davis (1967) (games 9-12) 700 3. *Rick Berns (1977) 10 121 5.79 9 Football 4. Jerry Brown (1956) 10 129 5.35 5 690 5. Joel Makovicka (1997) 12 105 6.52 9 685 1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons (35) 3 678 11 120 5.65 6. Andra Franklin (1980) Player, Pos., Year (Att., TD, Games) Yards 11 141 4.39 2 619 7. Tony Davis (1975) 2,148 1. Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (275 att., 29 TD, 12 games) 606 8. Dick Davis (1968) 10 158 3.84 2 2. Ahman Green, IB, 1997 (278 att., 22 TD, 12 games) 1,877 11 110 5.30 4 583 9. Andra Franklin (1979) 3. Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 (286 att., 16 TD, 12 games) 1,722 580 10. Frank Solich (1965) 10 107 5.42 4 1,690 4. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2013 (281 att., 9 TD, 13 games) *Berns split time at fullback and I-back in 1977. 5. Mike Rozier, IB, 1982 (242 att., 15 TD, 12 games) 1,689 6. 1,611 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 (264 att., 19 TD, 13 games) 7. Ken Clark, IB, 1988 (232 att., 12 TD, 12 games) 1,497 Top Rushing Seasons by Class 8. Jammal Lord, QB, 2002 (251 att., 8 TD, 14 games) 1,412 Freshman 9. Rex Burkhead, IB, 2011 (284 att., 15 TD, 13 games) 1,357 Att. Avg. TD Yards Games Player (year) Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950 (193 att., 19 TD, 9 games) 1,342 10. 11 141 7.70 13 1,086 Ahman Green, IB (1995)* 1. 11. Derek Brown, IB, 1991 (230 att., 14 TD, 11 games) 1,313 Taylor Martinez, QB (2010) 2. 13 162 5.96 12 965 1,301 I.M. Hipp, IB, 1977 (197 att., 10 TD, 11 games) 12. 3. Calvin Jones, IB (1991) 10 108 8.33 14 900 13. 1,299 Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 2001 (233 att., 15 TD, 11 games) 4. DeAngelo Evans, IB (1996)* 776 11 148 5.24 14 1,245 14. Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2010 (188 att., 11 TD, 14 games) 5. David Horne, IB (2002)* 9 127 5.13 7 651 1,232 Keith Jones, IB, 1987 (170 att., 13 TD, 10 games) 15. Monte Anthony, IB (1974)* 11 109 5.39 7 587 6. Calvin Jones, IB, 1992 (168 att., 14 TD, 11 games) 16. 1,210 7. Lawrence Phillips, IB (1993)* 508 10 92 5.52 5 Ken Clark, IB, 1989 (198 att., 12 TD, 10 games) 17. 1,196 8. Eric Crouch, QB (1998) 459 5 96 4.78 8 Doug DuBose, IB, 1985 (203 att., 8 TD, 10 games) 18. 1,161 Tommie Frazier, QB (1992)* 9. 399 9 86 4.64 7 19. Dan Alexander, IB, 2000 (182 att., 8 TD, 11 games) 1,154 10. 390 Brandon Jackson, IB (2004)* 10 85 4.59 6 1,147 20. Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2009 (220 att., 10 TD, 14 games) *denotes true freshman Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2012 (226 att., 8 TD, 14 games) 1,137 21. Jarvis Redwine, IB, 1980 (156 att., 9 TD, 10 games) 22. 1,119 Sophomore 23. Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 (203 att., 18 TD, 12 games) 1,115 Player (year) Games Att. Avg. TD Yards 24. 1,102 Cory Ross, IB, 2004 (207 att., 6 TD, 11 games) 1. Lawrence Phillips, IB (1994) 12 286 6.00 16 1,722 1,095 Scott Frost, QB, 1997 (176 att., 19 TD, 12 games) 25. 2. Bobby Reynolds, HB (1950) 9 193 6.95 19 1,342 1,086 Ahman Green, IB, 1995 (141 att., 13 TD, 11 games) 26. 3. Derek Brown, IB (1991) 11 230 5.71 14 1,313 1,060 Roger Craig, IB, 1981 (173 att., 6 TD, 11 games) 27. 1,301 4. I.M. Hipp, IB (1977) 11 197 6.60 10 1,043 Calvin Jones, IB, 1993 (185 att., 12 TD, 9 games) 28. 5. Calvin Jones, IB (1992) 11 168 7.20 14 1,210 1,042 Jarvis Redwine, IB, 1979 (148 att., 8 TD, 11 games) 29. 14 226 5.03 8 1,137 6. Ameer Abdullah, IB (2012) 30. Doug DuBose, IB, 1984 (156 att., 8 TD, 11 games) 1,040 1,040 8 7. Doug DuBose, IB (1984) 11 156 6.67 31. 1,037 Jeff Kinney, HB, 1971 (222 att., 16 TD, 12 games) 1,008 8. Tony Davis, IB (1973) 11 254 3.94 13 32. 1,019 Taylor Martinez, QB, 2012 (195 att., 10 TD, 14 games) 972 12 182 5.34 11 9. Rick Berns, IB (1976) Marlon Lucky, IB, 2007 (206 att., 9 TD, 12 games) 1,019 10. Rex Burkhead, IB (2010) 951 14 172 5.53 7 1,011 Derek Brown, IB, 1992 (169 att., 4 TD, 10 games) 34. Tony Davis, IB, 1973 (254 att., 12 TD, 11 games) 1,008 35. Junior Games Att. Avg. TD Yards Player (year) Top Rushing Seasons by Position 1. Ahman Green, IB (1997) 12 278 6.75 22 1,877 I-Back Ameer Abdullah, IB (2013) 2. 13 281 6.01 9 1,690 Yards Att. Avg. TD Games Player (year) 3. Mike Rozier, IB (1982) 1,689 12 242 6.98 15 1. Mike Rozier (1983) 2,148 12 275 7.81 29 4. Ken Clark, IB (1988) 12 232 6.45 12 1,497 2. Ahman Green (1997) 12 278 6.75 22 1,877 8 5. Jammal Lord, QB (2002) 14 251 5.63 1,412 1,722 3. Lawrence Phillips (1994) 12 286 6.00 16 1,357 6. Rex Burkhead, IB (2011) 13 284 4.78 15 9 4. Ameer Abdullah (2013) 13 281 6.01 1,690 7. 11 233 5.58 15 1,299 Dahrran Diedrick, IB (2001) 1,689 5. Mike Rozier (1982) 12 242 6.98 15 1,161 8 8. Doug DuBose, IB (1985) 10 203 5.72 1,611 6. Ameer Abdullah (2014) 13 264 6.10 19 9. Roy Helu Jr., IB (2009) 14 220 5.21 10 1,147 12 232 6.45 12 7. Ken Clark (1988) 1,497 10. Cory Ross, IB (2004) 1,102 6 11 207 5.32 8. Rex Burkhead (2011) 1,357 13 284 4.78 15 9. Bobby Reynolds (1950) 9 193 6.95 19 1,342 Senior 11 230 5.71 14 10. Derek Brown (1991) 1,313 Att. Avg. TD Player (year) Yards Games 2,148 1. Mike Rozier, IB (1983) 12 275 7.81 29 Quarterback 2. Ameer Abdullah, IB (2014) 13 264 6.10 19 1,611 Avg. TD Yards Games Player (year) Att. 3. Roy Helu Jr., IB (2010) 14 188 6.62 11 1,245 14 251 5.63 8 1,412 1. Jammal Lord (2002) 4. Keith Jones, IB (1987) 10 170 7.25 13 1,232 12 203 5.49 18 2. Eric Crouch (2001) 1,115 1,196 10 198 6.04 12 5. Ken Clark, IB (1989) 3. Scott Frost (1997) 12 176 6.22 19 1,095 6. Dan Alexander, IB (2000) 11 182 6.34 1,154 8 4. Taylor Martinez (2012) 14 195 5.23 10 1,019 7. Jarvis Redwine, IB (1980) 10 156 7.17 9 1,119 971 11 169 5.75 20 5. Eric Crouch (2000) 8. Eric Crouch, QB (2001) 12 203 5.49 18 1,115 965 6. Taylor Martinez (2010) 13 162 5.96 12 9. Scott Frost, QB (1997) 1,095 12 176 6.22 19 7. Jammal Lord (2003) 13 215 4.41 10 948 1,037 10. Jeff Kinney, HB (1971) 12 222 4.67 16 925 8. Gerry Gdowski (1989) 11 117 7.91 13 889 12 180 4.94 16 9. Eric Crouch (1999) 874 9 10. Taylor Martinez (2011) 13 188 4.65 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 85

86 Net Yards, Season: 2,148; Mike Rozier, 1983 (275 att.) Rushing Touchdowns, Season 4,780; Mike Rozier, 1981-83 (668 att.) Net Yards, Career: No. Player, Pos., Year TD Football Touchdowns, Game: 6; Calvin Jones, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 29 1. Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 29; Mike Rozier, 1983 Touchdowns, Season: 22 2. Ahman Green, IB, 1997 49; Mike Rozier, 1981-83 Touchdowns, Career: 20 3. Eric Crouch, QB, 2000 4. Bobby Reynolds, IB, 1950 19 19 Scott Frost, QB, 1997 Quarterbacks Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 19 30; Jammal Lord, at Texas A&M, Attempts, Game: 18 7. Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 Oct. 26, 2002 (159 yards) 8. Jeff Kinney, HB, 1971 16 251; Jammal Lord, 2002 (1,412 yards) Attempts, Season: Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 16 648; Eric Crouch, 1998-01 (3,434 yards) Attempts, Career: Eric Crouch, QB, 1999 16 241; Taylor Martinez, at Kansas St., Net Yards, Game: Oct. 7, 2010 (15 att.) Rushing Career Note: Tommie Frazier rushed for a then NCAA quarterback 813; Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 (4,588 yards) Attempts: bowl record 199 yards on 16 attempts vs. Florida in the Yards: 4,780; Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 (668 att.) 1996 Fiesta Bowl. (Vince Young rushed for 200 yards Yards Per Attempt (min. 200 att.): 7.16; Mike Rozier, IB, against USC in the 2006 Rose Bowl) 1981-83 (NCAA record, 4,780 yards, 668 att.) 136.6; Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 (35 games) Yards Per Game: Net Yards, Season: 1,412, Jammal Lord, 2002 (251 att.) 59; Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-01 Touchdowns: Net Yards, Career: 3,434; Eric Crouch, 1998-01 (648 att.) 26; Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 Games Rushing for 100 Yards: 4; Taylor Martinez, at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 2010; Touchdowns, Game: 7; Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 Games Rushing for 200 Yards: Eric Crouch, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 6, 2001; Eric Crouch, QB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 2000; Yards Gained Against One Opponent: 599; Ahman Green, IB, Scott Frost, vs. Missouri, Nov. 8, 1997; vs. Iowa St., 1995-97 (three games, 176 in 1995; 214 Mickey Joseph, vs. Missouri, Oct. 13, 1990; in 1996; 209 in 1997) Gerry Gdowski, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 28, 1989 20; Eric Crouch, 2000 Touchdowns, Season: 2,000-Yard Career Rushers (29) 59; Eric Crouch, 1998-01 Touchdowns, Career: Achieved 2,000 In: Player (years) Net Game Att. Att. Fullbacks 307 1. Mike Rozier, IB (1981-83) 668 4,780 19 Attempts, Game: 25; Jerry Brown, vs. Baylor, Nov. 17, 1956 2. Ameer Abdullah, IB (2011-14) 367 33 813 4,588 (100 yards); Ken Kaelin, at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 (126 yards) 3. Ahman Green, IB (1995-97) 574 3,880 21 295 Attempts, Season: 162; Dick Davis, 1967 (717 yards) 385 4. Eric Crouch, QB (1998-01) 648 3,434 28 Attempts, Career: 349; Dick Davis, 1966-68 (1,477 yards) 347 38 5. Roy Helu Jr., IB (2007-10) 578 3,404 Net Yards, Game: 204; Frank Solich, at Air Force, 6. Rex Burkhead, IB (2009-12) 635 3,329 36 362 Sept. 25, 1965 (17 att.) 21 262 7. Calvin Jones, IB (1991-93) 461 3,153 881; Tom Rathman, 1985 (118 att.) Net Yards, Season: 494 3,037 8. Ken Clark, IB (1987-89) 309 22 1,738; Andra Franklin, 1977-80 (324 att.) Net Yards, Career: 374 29 585 2,975 Taylor Martinez, QB (2010-13) 9. Note: Tony Davis gained 2,153 yards in 1973-75 on 10. I.M. Hipp, IB (1977-79) 322 18 495 2,814 501 att., but 1,145 yards were while playing I-back. 322 449 2,777 21 Lawrence Phillips, IB (1993-95) 11. 3; Joel Makovicka, vs. Oklahoma, Touchdowns, Game: 37 502 2,745 Dahrran Diedrick, IB (1999-02) 12. 362 Nov. 1, 1997 597 2,743 408 38 13. Cory Ross, IB (2002-05) Touchdowns, Season: 9; Mark Schellen, 1983; 14. Derek Brown, IB (1990-92) 458 2,699 22 326 Joel Makovicka, 1997 516 2,573 Jammal Lord, QB (2000-03) 39 15. 397 Touchdowns, Career: 14; Judd Davies, 2000-03 16. Correll Buckhalter, IB (1997-00) 413 2,522 38 336 347 34 17. Keith Jones, IB (1984-87) 398 2,488 Rushing Touchdowns, Career 402 2,456 18. Dan Alexander, IB (1997-00) 331 34 No. Player, Pos., Years TD 33 19. Rick Berns, IB (1976-78) 440 2,449 362 59 1. Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-2001 317 20. Roger Craig, IB (1979-82) 407 2,446 29 2. Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 49 419 41 21. Marlon Lucky, IB (2005-08) 515 2,393 3. Ahman Green, IB, 1995-97 42 22. Jeff Kinney, HB (1969-71) 545 2,244 495 31 40 4. Calvin Jones, IB, 1991-93 23. Terrell Newby, IB (2013-16) 458 2,239 401 48 39 5. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 320 24. Doug DuBose, IB (1982-85) 362 2,205 20 32 6. Keith Jones, IB, 1984-87 378 2,196 *326 22 25. Bobby Reynolds, HB (1950-52) 32 Steve Taylor, QB, 1985-88 Jarvis Redwine, IB (1979-80) 26. 304 2,161 19 280 31 8. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010-13 501 2,153 27. Tony Davis, IB/FB (1973-75) 31 469 9. Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1993-95 30 35 28. Steve Taylor, QB (1985-88) 431 2,125 398 30 Rex Burkhead, IB, 2009-12 446 Monte Anthony, IB (1974-77) 463 2,077 35 29. *Because of incomplete statistics, the exact carry on which Passing Game Reynolds hit 2,000 can’t be determined, therefore, the number 58; Joe Ganz, QB, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (31 comp.) Attempts: listed is his total number of carries at the end of the game 36; Zac Taylor, QB, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 Completions: in which he achieved 2,000 yards. (55 att.); Sam Keller, QB, vs. USC, Sept. 15, 2007 (54 att.); Joe Ganz, QB, at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 (44 att.) Rushing by Position (min. 10 att.)-92.86; Completion Percentage: I-Backs/Halfbacks Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Arkansas St., Sept. 15, 2012 38; Rex Burkhead, vs. Iowa, Nov. 25, 2011 Attempts, Game: (14 att., 13 comp.); (160 yards) (min. 20 att.)-85.19; Dave Humm, QB, at Kansas, Attempts, Season: 286; Lawrence Phillips, 1994 (1,722 yards) Oct. 19, 1974 (27 att., 23 comp.) 813; Ameer Abdullah, 2011-14 (4,588 yards) Attempts, Career: 510; Joe Ganz, QB, vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 Yards: Net Yards, Game: 307; Roy Helu Jr., vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 (28 att.) Yards Per Attempt (min. 15 att.): 17.10; Joe Dailey, QB, vs. Baylor, Oct. 16, 2004 (342 yards, 20 att.) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 86

87 Yards Per Completion (min. 8 comp.): 26.33; Zac Taylor, 59. Jerry Tagge vs. Kansas, Oct. 18, 1969 (23-36) 260 QB, vs. Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (395 yards, 15 comp.) 260 Tommy Armstrong Jr., at Fresno St., Sept. 13, 2014 (12-21) 55; Zac Taylor, QB, vs. Iowa St., Attempts, No Interceptions: Sam Keller at Wake Forest, Sept. 8, 2007 (24-41) 61. 258 Oct. 1, 2005 62. 254 Scott Frost vs. Kansas, Oct. 26, 1996 (12-16) Touchdowns: 7; Joe Ganz, QB. vs. Kansas State, 63. Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. Purdue, Oct. 22, 2016 (17-31) 252 Nov. 10, 2007 (40 att., 30 comp.) Tanner Lee at Oregon, Sept. 9, 2017 (19-41) 252 Football Touchdown Percentage (min. 15 att.): 33.33; Steve Taylor, QB, vs. UCLA, Sept. 12, 1987 Bowl Game Record (15 att., 5 TD) 381 Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 NCAA Rating (min. 15 att.): 298.2; Steve Taylor, QB, vs. UCLA, Holiday Bowl (32-51, 3 TD) Sept. 12, 1987 (15 att., 10 comp., 0 INT, 217 yards, 5 TD) 99 (TD); Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, Long Nebraska Pass: Best Passing Game by Class to Quincy Enunwa, WR, vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014 323; Taylor Martinez at Okla St., Oct. 23, 2010 (23-35) Freshman: Long Nebraska Pass, No TD: 78; Eric Crouch, QB, to Sophomore: 381; Tommy Armstrong Jr., vs. USC, Wilson Thomas, SE, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 Dec. 27, 2014 (32-51) Junior: 510; Joe Ganz vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 (30-40) Senior: 438; Sam Keller vs. Ball St., Sept. 22, 2007 (29-37) 250-Yard Passing Games (64) Player, Pos., Opponent, Date (comp.-att.) Yards 1. Joe Ganz vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 (30-40) 510 Top 10 Games, NCAA Pass Rating (min. 15 att.) 484 Joe Ganz at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (31-58) 2. Player, Opponent, Date (Att.-Comp.-INT/Yds./TD) Rating Sam Keller vs. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (29-37) 3. 438 298.2 1. Steve Taylor vs. UCLA, Sept. 12, 1987 431 Zac Taylor vs. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 (36-55) 4. (15-10-0/217/5) 431 Tanner Lee at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 (32-50) 2. Gerry Gdowski vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 18, 1989 294.0 6. Ryker Fyfe at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 (29-48) 407 (15-12-0/225/4) 7. Joe Ganz at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (25-50) 405 291.1 3. Joe Dailey vs. Baylor, Oct. 16, 2004 8. Tanner Lee at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (26-41) 399 (20-13-0/342/5) 395 Zac Taylor vs. Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (15-33) 9. 270.2 4. Scott Frost vs. Kansas, Oct. 26, 1996 10. 392 Zac Taylor at Colorado, Nov. 25, 2005 (27-43) (16-12-0/254/3) 12. 389 Sam Keller vs. USC, Sept. 15, 2007 (36-54) 5. Joe Ganz vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 239.9 Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 (32-51) 381 12. (40-30-0/510/7) Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs Wyoming, Sept. 10, 2016 (20-34) 13. 377 233.5 6. Brook Berringer vs. Kansas, Nov. 5, 1994 368 14. Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (23-35) (18-13-0/267/2) 354 15. Taylor Martinez vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 1, 2012 (26-34) 7. Keithen McCant at Okla. St., Oct. 12, 1991 233.2 Joe Ganz at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 (36-44) 349 16. (19-17-1/231/3) 345 Joe Ganz vs. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008 (20-36) 17. 231.1 8. Zac Lee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Sept. 26, 2009 18. Joe Dailey vs. Baylor, Oct. 16, 2004 (13-20) 342 (18-15-0/238/2) 342 Taylor Martinez at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 (27-39) 9. Tommie Frazier vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 222.7 20. Zac Lee vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 12, 2009 (27-35) 340 (16-10-0/148/4) 336 21. Joe Ganz vs. Baylor, Oct. 25, 2008 (32-46) 222.4 10. Zac Taylor vs. Troy, Sept. 23, 2006 22. Joe Ganz at Iowa State, Oct. 18, 2008 (27-37) 328 (17-14-1/268/1) 23. 324 Joe Ganz vs. Kansas, Nov. 8, 2008 (28-37) 323 24. Taylor Martinez at Okla. St., Oct. 23, 2010 (23-35) Passing Season Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. Michigan St., Nov. 11, 2015 (19-33) 25. 320 Attempts: 430; Zac Taylor, 2005 (237 comp.) 26. Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. BYU, Sept. 5, 2015 (24-41) 319 285; Joe Ganz, 2008 (420 att.) Completions: 27. Tommy Armstrong Jr. at Miami, Sept. 19, 2015 (21-45) 309 Completion Percentage (min. 100 att.): 67.86; Joe Ganz, Taylor Martinez vs. Minnesota, Nov. 17, 2012 (21-29) 28. 308 2008 (420 att., 285 comp.) Joe Dailey vs. Colorado, Nov. 26, 2004 (29-55) 306 29. 3,568; Joe Ganz, 2008 Yards: 30. Tanner Lee vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (23-38) 303 274.5; Joe Ganz, 2008 Yards Per Game: 31. Tanner Lee vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 16, 2017 (25-47) 299 (3,568 yards, 13 games) 298 32. Sam Keller at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 (23-35) 9.75; Gerry Gdowski,1989 Yards Per Attempt (min. 100 att.): 33. 297 Dave Humm vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1973 (25-36) (136 att., 1,326 yards) 34. Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. Iowa, Nov. 27, 2015 (25-45) 296 Yards Per Completion (min. 50 comp.): 18.68; 293 Joe Ganz vs. Missouri, Oct. 4, 2008 (27-39) 35. Gerry Gdowski, 1989 (71 comp., 1,326 yards) Dave Humm at Missouri, Oct. 13, 1973 (20-29) 292 36. Low Interception Percentage (min. 100 att.): 1.00; 291 37. Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. Northwestern, Oct. 10, 2015 (24-48) Tommie Frazier, 1992 (100 att., 1 INT) 290 Frank Patrick vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1967 (22-40) 38. 1.50; Low Interception Percentage (min. 200 att.): Taylor Martinez vs. Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2011 (28-37) 289 39. Scott Frost, 1996 (200 att., 3 INT) 40. 287 Zac Taylor vs. Louisiana Tech, Sept. 2, 2006 (22-33) Touchdowns: 26; Zac Taylor, 2006 Jerry Tagge at Kansas St., Nov. 13, 1971 (20-28) 285 41. 13.97; Touchdown Percentage (min. 100 att.): Zac Taylor vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 2, 2006 (23-50) 282 42. Gerry Gdowski, 1989 (136 att., 19 TD) 43. Dave Humm at Kansas, Oct. 21, 1972 (16-31) 281 NCAA Rating (min. 100 att.): 177.3; Gerry Gdowski, 1989 281 Zac Taylor at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (22-43) (136 att., 71 comp., 2 INT, 1,326 yards, 19 TD) 45. Joe Ganz vs. Virginia Tech, Sept. 27, 2008 (17-26) 278 46. Zac Taylor vs. Texas, Oct. 21, 2006 (15-28) 277 Top 10 Seasons, Passing Yardage 275 47. Sam Keller vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 20, 2007 (26-44) Player, Year (Comp.-Att.; Games) Yards 273 48. Tommy Armstrong Jr. at Mich. St., Oct. 4, 2014 (20-43) 3,568 1. Joe Ganz, 2008 (285-420; 13) 271 Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. FAU, Aug. 30, 2014 (15-29) 49. 2. Zac Taylor, 2006 (233-391; 14) 3,197 Dave Humm vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 28, 1972 (15-32) 271 3,143 3. Tanner Lee, 2017 (246-428; 12) 270 oe Ganz at Kansas State, Nov. 15, 2008 (16-25) 51. J 3,030 4. Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2015 (222-402; 12) 270 Tommy Armstrong Jr. vs. S. Alabama, Sept. 12, 2015 (21-30) 2,871 5. Taylor Martinez, 2012 (228-368; 14) 268 Zac Taylor vs. Troy, Sept. 23, 2006 (14-17) 53. 2,695 6. Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2014 (184-345; 13) 54. Dave Humm vs. Missouri, Oct. 14, 1972 (15-22) 267 2,653 7. Zac Taylor, 2005 (237-430; 12) 267 Brook Berringer vs. Kansas, Nov. 5, 1994 (13-18) 8. Sam Keller, 2007 (205-325; 9) 2,422 56. Vince Ferragamo vs. Miami, Oct. 2, 1976 (17-22) 264 2,180 9. Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2016 (151-294; 11) 57. Tanner Lee vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 (16-32) 262 10. Zac Lee, 2009 (177-302; 13) 2,143 261 Tommy Armstrong Jr. at Minnesota, Oct. 17, 2015 (18-26) 58. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 87

88 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 6. 431 Best Passing Seasons by Class (63 rush, 368 pass) 1,631; Taylor Martinez, 2010 Freshman: Football 7. Sam Keller, QB, vs. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 423 (196 att., 116 comp., 13 games) (-15 rush, 438 pass) Sophomore: 2,695, Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2014 8. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 422 (345 att., 184 comp., 13 games) (41 rush, 381 pass) 3,143; Tanner Lee, 2017 Junior: 9. Joe Ganz, QB, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 416 (428 att., 246 comp., 12 games) (11 rush, 405 pass) Senior: 3,568; Joe Ganz, 2008 10. Tanner Lee, QB, at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 413 (420 att., 285 comp., 13 games) (-18 rush, 431 pass) 408 11. Zac Taylor, QB, at Colorado, Nov. 25, 2005 Top 10 Seasons, NCAA Pass Rating (min. 100 att.) (16 rush, 392 pass) Rating Player, Year (Att.-Comp.-INT/Yards/TD) 407 Taylor Martinez, QB, at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 12. 177.3 1. Gerry Gdowski, 1989 (136-71-2/1,326/19) (65 rush, 342 pass) 2. Joe Ganz, 2007 (152-89-7/1,435/16) 163.4 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. Wyoming, Sept. 10, 2016 13. 389 3. Tommie Frazier, 1995 (163-92-4/1,362/17) 156.1 (12 rush, 377 pass) 154.8 4. Vince Ferragamo, 1975 (134-79-4/1,153/12) 385 Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Fresno St., Sept. 10, 2011 14. 5. Jeff Quinn, 1980 (157-96-6/1,337/14) 154.5 (166 rush, 219 pass) 153.6 6. Joe Ganz, 2008 (420-285-11/3,568/25) 383 15. Zac Taylor, QB, vs. Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 152.7 7. Turner Gill, 1983 (170-94-4/1,516/14) (-12 rush, 395 pass) 150.9 8. Jerry Tagge, 1971 (239-143-4/2,019/17) Joe Ganz, QB, vs. W. Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008 383 9. Brook Berringer, 1994 (151-94-5/1,295/10) 149.5 (38 rush, 345 pass) 10. Tom Sorley, 1978 (172-102-7/1,571/12) 149.2 Tanner Lee, QB at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 383 (-16 rush, 399 pass) Passing Career 378 18. Joe Ganz, QB, vs. Baylor, Oct. 25, 2008 1,172; Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2013-16 (625 comp.) Attempts: (42 rush, 336 pass) 625; Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2013-16 (1,172 att.) Completions: 378 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, at Northwestern, Sept. 24, 2016 65.13; Completion Percentage (min. 200 att.): (132 rush, 246 pass) Joe Ganz, 2005-08 (585 att., 381 comp.) 373 20. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. McNeese St., Yards: 8,871; Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2013-16 Sept. 6, 2014 (131 rush, 242 pass) Yards Per Game (min. 12 games): 261.9; Tanner Lee, 370 21. Sam Keller, QB, vs. USC, Sept. 15, 2007 2017 (-19 rush, 389 pass) 225.0; Zac Taylor, Yards Per Game (min. 24 games): 369 Jammal Lord, QB, vs. McNeese State, Oct. 5, 2002 22. 2005-06 (218 rush, 151 pass) Yards Per Attempt (min. 200 att.): 8.76; Taylor Martinez, QB, at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 2010 369 Joe Ganz, 2005-08 (585 att., 5,125 yards) (241 rush, 128 pass) Yards Per Completion (min. 100 comp.): 15.30; 24. Taylor Martinez, QB, at Michigan St., Nov. 3, 2012 365 (184 comp., 2,815 yards) Steve Taylor, 1985-88 (205 rush, 160 pass) Low Interception Percentage (min. 200 att.): 1.95; Joe Ganz, QB, at Kansas State, Nov. 15, 2008 365 Scott Frost, 1996-97 (359 att., 7 INT) (95 rush, 270 pass) Touchdowns: 67; Tommy Armstrong Jr., 2013-16 26. Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 1, 2012 364 Touchdown Percentage (min. 200 att.): 9.17; (10 rush, 354 pass) Tommie Frazier, 1992-95 (469 att., 43 TD) 360 27. Eric Crouch, QB, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 157.38; NCAA Rating (min. 200 att.): (162 rush, 198 pass) Joe Ganz, 2005-08 (585 att, 381 comp., 18 int., Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, at Miami, Sept. 19, 2015 28. 358 5,125 yards, 44 TD (49 rush, 309 pass) 29. Zac Lee, QB, vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 12, 2009 351 Consecutivity (11 rush, 340 pass) 15; Dave Humm, Consecutive Completed Passes: 344 30. Joe Ganz, QB, at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 at Kansas, Oct. 19, 1974 (-5 rush, 349 pass) Consecutive Attempts, No Interceptions: 155; 31. Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2011 342 Scott Frost, Nov. 2, 1996-Oct. 4, 1997 (9 games) (53 rush, 289 pass) Consecutive Games Throwing a Touchdown Pass: 11; 342 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. Iowa, Nov. 27, 2015 Zac Taylor, Sept. 23, 2006-Jan. 1, 2007 (games 4-14) (46 rush, 296 pass) Zac Taylor, Oct. 1, 2005-Sept. 9, 2006 (games 4-12/1-2) 33. 339 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. Michigan St., Nov. 7, 2015 Joe Ganz, Sept. 13, 2008-Jan. 1, 2009 (games 3-13) (19 rush, 320 pass) 335 34. Joe Dailey, QB, vs. Baylor, Oct. 16, 2004 Total Offense Game (-7 rush, 342 pass) Attempts: 64; Joe Ganz, QB, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 35. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB vs. FAU, Aug. 30, 2014 333 (6 rush, 58 pass, 521 total yards) (62 rush, 271 pass) ; Joe Ganz, QB, vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 528 Yards: 332 36. Jammal Lord, QB, vs. Texas, Nov. 2, 2002 (18 rush, 510 pass) (234 rush, 98 pass) Touchdowns: 7; Joe Ganz, QB vs. Kansas State, 331 37. Joe Ganz, QB, at Iowa State, Oct. 18, 2008 Nov. 10, 2007 (7 pass) (3 rush, 328 pass) Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Minnesota, Nov. 17, 2012 330 38. 300-Yard Total Offense Games (56) (22 rush, 308 pass) Total Player, Pos., Opp., Date (Rush Yds., Pass Yds.) 39. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 325 1. Joe Ganz, QB, vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 528 (65 rush, 260 pass) (18 rush, 510 pass) 324 40. Taylor Martinez, QB, vs. Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 2. Joe Ganz, QB at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 521 (140 rush, 184 pass) (37 rush, 484 pass) 321 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. BYU, Sept. 5, 2015 41. 442 3. Ryker Fyfe, QB at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 (2 rush, 319 pass) (35 rush, 407 pass) 319 42. Jerry Tagge, QB, at Missouri, Oct. 9, 1971 4. Taylor Martinez, QB at Okla St., Oct. 23, 2010 435 (85 rush, 234 pass) (112 rush, 323 pass) 43. Scott Frost, QB, at Missouri, Nov. 8, 1997 316 5. Zac Taylor, QB, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 433 (141 rush, 175 pass) (2 rush, 431 pass) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 88

89 Joe Ganz, QB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 8, 2008 316 Best Total Offense Seasons by Class (-8 rush, 324 pass) 2,596; Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010 Freshman: 312 Tommie Frazier, QB, vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 45. (965 rush, 1,631 pass) (158 rush, 154 pass) Sophomore: 3,400; Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2014 46. Eric Crouch, QB, at Missouri, Sept. 29, 2001 311 (705 rush, 2,695 pass) (191 rush, 120 pass) Football 3,890; Taylor Martinez, QB, 2012 Junior: 47. Jerry Tagge, QB, at Kansas St., Nov. 13, 1971 309 (1,019 rush, 2,871 pass) (24 rush, 285 pass) 3,826; Joe Ganz, QB, 2008 (258 rush, 3,568 pass) Senior: 308 48. Tanner Lee, QB vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (5 rush, 303 pass) Total Offense Career 307 49. Roy Helu Jr., IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 1,595; Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2013-16 Attempts: (307 rush, 0 pass) (423 rush, 1,172 pass) 50. Dave Humm, QB, vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1973 305 ; Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2013-16 Yards: 10,690 (8 rush, 297 pass) (1,819 rush, 8,871 pass) 51. Tommie Frazier, QB, vs. Florida, Jan. 2, 1996, 304 253.8; Tanner Lee, Yards Per Game (min. 12 games): Fiesta Bowl (199 rush, 105 pass) QB, 2017 (12 games, 3,046 yards) Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. Northwestern, Oct. 24, 2015 304 Yards Per Game (min. 24 games): 237.6; Tommy Armstrong Jr., (13 rush, 291 pass) QB, 2013-2016 (45 games, 10,690 yards) 53. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB vs. Purdue, Oct. 22, 2016 303 90; Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2013-16 Touchdowns: (51 rush, 252 pass) (23 rush, 67 pass) 54. Eric Crouch, QB, at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2000 302 (138 rush, 164 pass) Top 10 Careers, Total Offense Yards 55. Eric Crouch, QB, vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 301 Player, Pos., Years (Rush/Pass) Total (105 rush, 196 pass) 10,690 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB 2013-16. (1,819/8,871) 1. Jerry Tagge, QB, at Minnesota, Oct. 4, 1969 301 2. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010-13 (2,975/7,258) 10,233 (82 rush, 219 pass) 7,915 3. Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-01 (3,434/4,481) 5,777 4. Zac Taylor, QB, 2005-06 (-73/5,850) Bowl Game Record 5. Tommie Frazier, QB, 1992-95 (1,955/3,521) 5,476 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 422 5,466 6. Joe Ganz, QB, 2005-08 (341/5,125) Holiday Bowl (41 rush, 381 pass) 5,421 7. Jammal Lord, QB, 2000-03 (2,573/2,848) 8. Jerry Tagge, QB, 1969-71 (579/4,704) 5,283 Best Total Offense Games by Class 9. Dave Humm, QB, 1972-74 (-8/5,035) 5,027 Freshman: 435; Taylor Martinez, QB, at Okla. St., Oct. 23, 2010 10. Steve Taylor, QB, 1985-88 (2,125/2,815) 4,940 (112 rush, 323 pass) 422; Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. USC, Sophomore: Receiving Game Dec. 27, 2014 (41 rush, 381 pass) Receptions: 14; Dennis Richnafsky, SE, at Kansas St., Junior: 528; Joe Ganz, QB, vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 Oct. 7, 1967 (145 yards) (18 rush, 510 pass) 200; JD Spielman, WR, vs. Ohio State, Yards: 423; Sam Keller, QB vs. Ball St., Sept. 22, 2007 Senior: Oct. 14, 2017 (11 rec.) (-15 rush, 438 pass) Yards Per Reception (min. 4 rec.): 41.50; Chuck Malito, SE, at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1976 (4 rec., 166 yards) Total Offense Season 3; Clarence Swanson, E, vs. Colorado St., Touchdowns: 563; Taylor Martinez, QB, 2012 (195 rush, 368 pass) Attempts: Nov. 24, 1921; Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Minnesota, Yards: 3,890; Taylor Martinez, QB, 2012 (1,019 rush, 2,871 pass) Sept. 18, 1971; Frosty Anderson, SE, at Minnesota, Yards Per Game: 294.3; Joe Ganz, QB, 2008 Oct. 6, 1973; Don Westbrook, WB, at Kansas, (13 games, 3,826 yards) Oct. 19, 1974; Tom Banderas, TE, at Missouri, Oct. 31, Touchdowns: 33; Taylor Martinez, QB, 2012 (10 rush, 23 pass) 1987; Tracey Wistrom, TE, vs. Iowa, Sept. 23, 2000; Maurice Purify, WR, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007; 2,000-Yard Total Offense Seasons (25) Frantz Hardy, WR, vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 Total Player, Pos., Year (Rush/Pass/Games) Maurice Purify, WR, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 1. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2012 (1,019/2,871/14) 3,890 Brandon Kinnie, WR, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 2. Joe Ganz, QB, 2008 (258/3,568/13) 3,826 Long Nebraska Reception: 99 (TD); Quincy Enunwa, SE 3,430 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2015 (400/3,030/12) 3. from Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014 4. 3,400 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2014 (705/2,695/13) Long Nebraska Reception, No TD: 78; Wilson Thomas, SE, 3,165 5. Zac Taylor, QB, 2006 (-32/3,197/14) QB, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 from Eric Crouch, 3,046 6. Tanner Lee, QB, 2017 (-97/3,143/12) 7. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2011 (874/2,089/13) 2,963 Top 10 Games, Pass Receptions 8. Jammal Lord, QB, 2002 (1,412/1,362/14) 2,774 Player, Pos., Opponent, Date (Yards) Rec. 2,692 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2016 (512/2,180/11) 9. 1. Dennis Richnafsky, SE, at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1967 (145) 14 10. Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 (1,115/1,510/12) 2,625 Marlon Lucky, IB, vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 20, 2007 (125) 13 2. 2,612 11. Zac Taylor, QB, 2005 (-41/2,653/12) 3. Marlon Lucky, IB, vs. Ball St., Sept. 22, 2007 (81) 11 2,596 12. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010 (965/1,631/13) Maurice Purify, WR, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (136) 11 2,344 13. Sam Keller, QB, 2007 (-78/2,422/9) Nate Swift, WR, vs. Baylor, Oct. 25, 2008 (121) 11 14. Jerry Tagge, QB, 1971 (314/2,019/12) 2,333 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (118) 11 2,332 15. Scott Frost, QB, 1997 (1,095/1,237/12) JD Spielman, WR, vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (200) 11 16. Zac Lee, QB, 2009 (171/2,143/13) 2,314 10 Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1971 (125) 8. 2,253 17. Jammal Lord, QB, 2003 (948/1,305/13) Matt Davison, SE, at Texas A&M, Oct. 10, 1998 (167) 10 18. Gerry Gdowski, QB, 1989 (925/1,326/11) 2,251 10. Jeff Kinney, HB, vs. Kansas, Oct. 18, 1969 (94) 9 19. Eric Crouch, QB, 1999 (889/1,269/12) 2,158 Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Iowa St., Nov. 11, 1972 (113) 9 2,148 20. Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (2,148/0/12) 9 Frosty Anderson, SE, vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1973 (141) 21. Keithen McCant, QB, 1991 (654/1,454/11) 2,108 Nate Swift, WR, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (135) 9 2,086 22. Vince Ferragamo, QB, 1976 (15/2,071/12) Nate Swift, WR, vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 29, 2005 (116) 9 23. Joe Dailey, QB, 2004 (55/2,025/11) 2,080 Cory Ross, IB, at Colorado, Nov. 25, 2005 (129) 9 2,072 24. Eric Crouch, QB, 2000 (971/1,101/11) Niles Paul, WR, Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 (131) 9 2,048 25. Turner Gill, QB, 1983 (531/1,516/12) Kenny Bell, WR, vs. Minnesota, Nov. 17, 2012 (136) 9 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, at Mich. St., Oct. 4, 2014 (158) 9 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 89

90 Touchdowns, Season: 4; Dick Hutton, 1948; Jordan Westerkamp, WR, at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 (123) 9 Kent McCloughan, 1964 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. Mich. St., Nov. 7, 2015 (143) 9 Football Touchdowns, Career: ; Ameer Abdullah, 2011-14 7 JD Spielman, WR, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (141) 9 Bowl Game Record 100-Yard Receiving Games (107) De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 (102) 8 Yards Player, Pos., Opponent, Date (Rec.) Holiday Bowl 200 JD Spielman, WR, vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (11) 1. 185 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (7) 2. 167 Matt Davison, SE, at Texas A&M, Oct. 10, 1998 (10) 3. Best Pass Reception Games by Class 4. Chuck Malito, SE, at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1976 (4) 166 Freshman: 11; JD Spielman, WR, vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 Guy Ingles, SE, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 25, 1969 (5) 5. 163 (200 yards) 6. Frantz Hardy, WR, vs. Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (3) 159 10; Matt Davison, SE, at Texas A&M, Sophomore: 7. Maurice Purify, WR, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (7) 158 Oct. 10, 1998 (167 yards) 158 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, at Mich. St., Oct. 4, 2014 (9) 13; Marlon Lucky, IB, vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 20, 2007 Junior: 154 9. Niles Paul, WR, at Kansas, Nov. 14, 2009 (4) (125 yards) 10. Frantz Hardy, WR, vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (7) 152 14; Dennis Richnafsky, SE, at Kansas St., Senior: Dennis Richnafsky, SE, at Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1967 (14) 11. 145 Oct. 7, 1967 (145 yards) Niles Paul, WR, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 24, 2009 (6) 143 12. Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. Mich. St., Nov. 7, 2015 (9) 143 Best Pass Receiving Games by Class 14. 141 Frosty Anderson, SE, vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1973 (9) Freshman: 200 yards; JD Spielman, WR, vs. Ohio State, JD Spielman, WR, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (9) 141 Oct. 14, 2017 (11 rec.) 16. Freeman White, SE, vs. Colorado, Oct. 23, 1965 (4) 139 167 yards; Matt Davison, SE, at Texas A&M, Sophomore: 138 Irving Fryar, SE, at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 (2) 17. Oct. 10, 1998 (10 rec.) 138 Johnny Mitchell, TE, vs. Georgia Tech, Jan. 1, 1991 (6) Junior: 163 yards; Guy Ingles, SE, vs. Oklahoma State, 137 Frosty Anderson, SE, at Minnesota, Oct. 6, 1973 (5) 19. Oct. 25, 1969 (5 rec.) 137 Johnny Mitchell, TE, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 29, 1991 (7) 166 yards; Chuck Malito, SE, at Hawaii, Senior: Maurice Purify, WR, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (11) 136 21. Dec. 4, 1976 (4 rec.) Kenny Bell, WR, vs. Minnesota, Nov. 17, 2012 (9) 136 23. Nate Swift, WR, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (9) 135 Wide Receivers 24. Kenny Bell, WR, at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 (5) 133 Receptions, Game: 14; Dennis Richnafsky, at Kansas St., 25. Guy Ingles, SE, at Kansas, Oct. 17, 1970 (3) 133 Oct. 7, 1967 (145 yards) 131 26. Cory Ross, IB, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 (8) 65; Jordan Westerkamp, 2015 (918 yards) Receptions, Season: Niles Paul, WR, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 (9) 131 181; Kenny Bell, 2011-14 (2,689 yards) Receptions, Career: 129 28. Von Sheppard, WB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 (3) Yards Gained, Game: 200; JD Spielman, vs. Ohio State, 129 Clester Johnson, WB, vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 (4) Oct. 14, 2017 (11 rec.) 129 Cory Ross, IB, at Colorado, Nov. 25, 2005 (9) 986; Stanley Morgan Jr., 2017 (61 rec.) Yards Gained, Season: Sean Hill, TE, vs. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (3) 129 2,689; Kenny Bell, 2011-14 (167 rec.) Yards Gained, Career: 129 *Quincy Enunwa, WR vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014 (4) Touchdowns, Game: 3; Johnny Rodgers, vs. Minnesota, 128 33. Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Kansas, Oct. 21, 1972 (5) Sept. 18, 1971; Frosty Anderson, at Minnesota, Oct. 6, 34. Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Minnesota, Sept. 30, 1972 (7) 127 1973; Maurice Purify, WR, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007; Irving Fryar, SE, vs. Iowa, Sept. 11, 1982 (6) 127 Frantz Hardy, WR, vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Minnesota, Sept. 18, 1971 (6) 36. 126 Maurice Purify, WR, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007; 125 Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1971 (10) 37. Brandon Kinnie, WR, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010; Marlon Lucky, IB, vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 20, 2007 (13) 125 Touchdowns, Season: 12; Quincy Enunwa, 2013 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. FAU, Aug. 30, 2014 (7) 125 Touchdowns, Career: 25; Johnny Rodgers, 1970-72 40. Jeff Kinney, IB, at Missouri, Oct. 11, 1969 (8) 124 Junior Miller, TE, vs. Kansas St., Oct. 14, 1978 (5) 124 Tight Ends Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 28, 1972 (7) 124 8; Matt Herian, vs. Southern Miss, Receptions, Game: 43. Corey Dixon, SE, vs. Florida St., Jan. 1, 1993 (5) 123 Sept. 11, 2004 (71 yards); Dennis Morrison, at Colorado, Niles Paul, WR, vs. Arizona, Dec. 30, 2009 (4) 123 Oct. 22, 1966 (108 yards) Jordan Westerkamp, WR, at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 (9) 123 34; Tyler Hoppes, 2017 (377 yards) Receptions, Season: 122 46. Tom Penney, E, vs. Utah, Sept. 21, 1968 (4) Receptions, Career: 82; Mike McNeill, 2007-10 (1,072 yards) Freeman White, SE, vs. TCU, Sept. 18, 1965 (8) 122 Yards Gained, Game: 137; Johnny Mitchell, vs. Oklahoma, 122 Maurice Purify, WR, vs. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (6) Nov. 29, 1991 (7 rec.) Ken Spaeth, TE, vs. Washington St., Sept. 10, 1977 (5) 121 49. Note: Johnny Mitchell caught five passes for 138 yards Nate Swift, WR, vs. W. Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008 (5) 121 vs. Georgia Tech in the 1991 Citrus Bowl Nate Swift, WR, vs. Baylor, Oct. 25, 2008 (11) 121 560; Junior Miller, 1978 (30 rec.) Yards Gained, Season: 52. 120 Ben Gregory, SE, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1967 (8) Yards Gained, Career: 1,243; Matt Herian, 2002-06 (65 rec.) 119 Robb Schnitzler, SE, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 12, 1985 (4) 53. Touchdowns, Game: 3; Tracey Wistrom, vs. Iowa, Sept. 23, 54. 118 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (11) 2000; Tom Banderas, at Missouri, Oct. 31, 1987 117 55. Jim McFarland, E, vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 27, 1969 (7) 8; Kyler Reed, 2010 Touchdowns, Season: 56. Tracey Wistrom, TE, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 2, 1999 (4) 116 14; Todd Millikan, 1985-88 Touchdowns, Career: Nate Swift, WR, vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 29, 2005 (9) 116 Kenny Bell, WR, vs. Florida Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2014 (4) 116 Running Backs 59. Marlon Lucky, IB, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (8) 115 Receptions, Game: 13; Marlon Lucky vs. Texas A&M Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 (4) 115 Oct. 20, 2007 (125 yards) 61. Irving Fryar, SE, vs. Iowa State, Nov. 5, 1983 (5) 114 75; Marlon Lucky, 2007 (705 yards) Receptions, Season: 62. Tom Penney, E, vs. Missouri, Oct. 19, 1968 (4) 113 Receptions, Career: 135; Marlon Lucky, 2005-08 (1,379 yards) Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Iowa St., Nov. 11, 1972 (9) 113 131; Cory Ross, vs. Iowa St., Yards Gained, Game: Ross Pilkington, WR, vs. Kansas, Oct. 2, 2004 (8) 113 Oct. 1, 2005 (8 rec.) 65. Guy Ingles, SE, at Colorado, Oct. 31, 1970 (5) 112 705; Marlon Lucky, 2007 (75 rec.) Yards Gained, Season: Irving Fryar, SE, at Penn St., Sept. 25, 1982 (7) 112 1,379; Marlon Lucky, 2005-08 Yards Gained, Career: Nate Swift, WR, at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 (6) 112 (135 receptions) Nate Swift, WR, at Iowa State, Oct. 18, 2008 (8) 112 Touchdowns, Game: 2; Cory Ross, vs. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 112 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 (6) Ahman Green, vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 70. Nate Swift, WR, vs. Kansas, Nov. 8, 2008 (7) 111 71. Bob Revelle, SE, vs. Missouri, Oct. 14, 1972 (5) 110 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 90

91 Matt Herian, TE, vs. Troy, Oct. 4, 2003 (3) 110 100-Yard Receiving Games (Career) Mark LeFlore, WR, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (5) 110 Player, Pos., Years Total Quincy Enunwa, WR, at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 (6) 110 10 1. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 Wilson Thomas, SE, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 (3) 75. 109 2. Nate Swift, WR, 2005-08 8 109 Nate Swift, WR, vs. Kansas St., Nov. 12, 2005 (7) Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2013-16 8 109 Alonzo Moore, WR, vs. Wyoming, Sept. 10, 2016 (3) Football 4. Irving Fryar, WB, 1981-83 5 108 78. Dennis Morrison, TE, at Colorado, Oct. 22, 1966 (8) 5 Niles Paul, WR, 2007-10 Junior Miller, TE, at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978 (3) 108 5 Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-14 Johnny Mitchell, TE, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (3) 108 5 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, 2015-present Matt Davison, SE, at Kansas, Oct. 30, 1999 (6) 108 8. Maurice Purify, WR, 2006-07 4 108 Maurice Purify, WR, vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 (6) 3 9. Guy Ingles, SE, 1968-70 Kenny Bell, WR, at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 (6) 108 Johnny Mitchell, TE, 1990-91 3 84. Bobby Thomas, SE, at Iowa State, Nov. 13, 1976 (4) 107 3 Tracey Wistrom, TE, 1998-2001 Tim Smith, SE, vs. Penn St., Sept. 29, 1979 (6) 107 2 12. Freeman White, E, 1963-65 Tim McCrady, SE, vs. Mississippi St., Dec. 27, 1980 (2) 107 2 Tom Penney, E, 1966-68 107 Chuck Malito, SE, vs. Texas Tech, Dec. 31, 1976 (3) Frosty Anderson, SE, 1971-73 2 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. BYU, Sept. 5, 2015 (7) 107 2 Chuck Malito, SE, 1974-76 Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Missouri, Oct. 9, 1971 (5) 89. 106 2 Junior Miller, TE, 1977-79 Don Westbrook, SE, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 26, 1974 (4) 106 2 Matt Davison, SE, 1997-2000 105 91. Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Utah St., Oct. 2, 1971 (5) Cory Ross, IB, 2002-05 2 Brandon Kinnie, WR, at Washington, Sept. 18, 2010 (5) 105 Frantz Hardy, WR, 2005-07 2 Kenny Bell, WR, vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 (4) 105 Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-08 2 105 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, vs. Wyoming, Sept. 10, 2016 (4) Quincy Enunwa, WR, 2010-13 2 Tyler Hoppes, TE, at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 (5) 105 De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, 2014-17 2 96. Jordan Westerkmap, WR vs. Northwestern, Nov. 2, 2013 (4) 104 2 JD Spielman, WR, 2017-present Stanley Morgan Jr., WR at Oregon, Sept. 9, 2017 (7) 103 97. 21. 24 players tied 1 102 Tracey Wistrom, TE, vs. California, Sept. 11, 1999 (2) 98. Terrence Nunn, WR, vs. Troy, Sept. 23, 2006 (4) 102 Top 10 Seasons, Receiving Yardage Niles Paul, WR, at Missouri, Oct. 8, 2009 (6) 102 Yards Player, Year (Receptions) 102 De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 (8) 986 1. Stanley Morgan Jr., 2017 (61) 102 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (5) 2. Johnny Rodgers, 1972 (55) 942 101 Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Army, Sept. 26, 1970 (5) 103. 941 3. Nate Swift, 2008 (63) Tracey Wistrom, TE, at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2000 (4) 101 918 4. Jordan Westerkamp, 2015 (65) De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 16, 2017 (8) 101 872 5. Johnny Rodgers, 1971 (53) 106. Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 21, 1970 (5) 100 6. Kenny Bell, 2012 (50) 863 Irving Fryar, SE, vs. UCLA, Sept. 24, 1983 (6) 100 7. JD Spielman, 2017 (55) 830 8. Maurice Purify, 2007 (57) 814 Bowl Games 796 9. Niles Paul, 2009 (40) 138 Johnny Mitchell, TE, vs. Georgia Tech (6) 10. Kenny Bell, 2014 (47) 788 Jan. 1, 1991 (Citrus Bowl) 129 Quincy Enunwa, WR vs. Georgia (4) ` Top 10 Seasons, Receptions Jan. 1, 2014 (Gator Bowl) Rec. Player, Year Niles Paul, WR, vs. Arizona (4) 123 1. Marlon Lucky, 2007 75 Dec. 30, 2009 (Holiday Bowl) 2. Jordan Westerkamp, 2015 65 Corey Dixon, SE, vs. Florida State (5) 123 3. Nate Swift, 2008 63 Jan. 1, 1993 (Orange Bowl) 4. Todd Peterson, 2008 62 107 Chuck Malito, SE, vs. Texas Tech (3) 5. Stanley Morgan Jr., 2017 61 Dec. 31, 1976 (Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl) 57 6. Maurice Purify, 2007 107 Tim McCrady, SE, vs. Mississippi State (2) 7. Johnny Rodgers, 1972 55 Dec. 27, 1980 (Sun Bowl) 55 JD Spielman, 2017 102 De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, vs. USC (8) 9. Johnny Rodgers, 1971 53 Dec. 27, 2014 (Holiday Bowl) 10. Kenny Bell, 2013 52 100-Yard Receiving Games (Season) Consecutive 100-Yard Games, Season Total Player, Pos., Year No. Player, Pos., Games (Rec.-Yards) 1. Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, 2017 5 3 Maurice Purify, WR, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (7-158), 4 2. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1971 vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 (6-108), 4 Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1972 at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (11-136) Maurice Purify, WR, 2007 4 2 Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Utah St., Oct. 2, 1971 4 Nate Swift, WR, 2008 (5-105), at Missouri, Oct. 9, 1971 (5-106) Niles Paul, WR, 2009 4 2 Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Kansas, Oct. 21, 1972 Jordan Westerkamp, 2015 4 (5-128), vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 28, 1972 (7-124) 3 8. Irving Fryar, WB, 1983 2 Frosty Anderson, SE, vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1973 Nate Swift, WR, 2005 3 (9-141), at Minnesota, Oct. 6, 1973 (5-137) Kenny Bell, WR, 2012 3 2 Chuck Malito, SE, vs. Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1976, 2 11. Tom Penney, E, 1968 (4-166), vs. Texas Tech, Dec. 31, 1976 (3-107) Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970 2 2 Irving Fryar, WB, at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 Junior Miller, TE, 1978 2 (2-138), vs. UCLA, Sept. 24, 1983 (6-100) Irving Fryar, WB, 1982 2 2 Nate Swift, WR, at Iowa State, Oct. 18, 2008 (8-112), Johnny Mitchell, TE, 1991 2 vs. Baylor, Oct. 25, 2008 (11-121) 2 Tracey Wistrom, TE, 1999 2 Nate Swift, WR, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 2 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2014 (9-135), vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 29, 2005 (9-116) 2 Kenny Bell, WR, 2014 2 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 JD Spielman, WR, 2017 2 (9-123), vs. Michigan State, Nov. 7, 2015 (9-143) 2 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (5-102), at Oregon, Sept. 9, 2017 (7-103) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 91

92 93 4. Mike Rozier, IB, at Kansas St., Oct. 17, 1981 Touchdown Receptions, Season 92 5. Taylor Martinez, QB, at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 No. Player, Pos., Year TD Football Tyreese Knox, IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 18, 1986 92 1. Quincy Enunwa, WR, 2013 12 7. Calvin Jones, IB, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 10, 1992 90 11 2. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1971 8. Jarvis Redwine, IB, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 22, 1980 89 10 3. Nate Swift, WR, 2008 9. Cory Ross, IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2004 86 10 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, 2017 10. Tom Rathman, FB, vs. Colorado, Oct. 26, 1985 84 9 5. Clarence Swanson, E, 1921 9 Maurice Purify, WR, 2007 Bowl Game Record 7. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1972 8 75 Tommie Frazier, QB, vs. Florida, Jan. 3, 1996, Frosty Anderson, SE, 1973 8 Fiesta Bowl Irving Fryar, WB, 1983 8 8 Kyler Reed, TE, 2010 Kenny Bell, WR, 2012 8 Top 10 Longest Receiving Touchdowns 7 12. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970 Yards Player, Pos., (Quarterback), Opponent, Date Don Westbrook, 1974 7 1. Quincy Enunwa, WR, (Tommy Armstrong Jr.) 99 7 Bobby Thomas, SE, 1976 vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014 Bobby Thomas, SE, 1975 7 2. Freeman White, SE, (Fred Duda), vs. Colorado, 95 Junior Miller, TE, 1979 7 Oct. 23, 1965 Todd Millikan, TE, 1988 7 3. Freeman White, SE, (Bob Churchich), at Kansas, 92 Gerald Armstrong, TE, 1992 7 Nov. 7, 1964 7 Nate Swift, WR, 2005 4. Ross Pilkington, SE, (Jammal Lord), at Iowa St., 90 Terrence Nunn, WR, 2005 7 Sept. 28, 2002 7 Maurice Purify, WR, 2006 5. Von Sheppard, WB, (Travis Turner), vs. Kansas, 82 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2015 7 Nov. 16, 1985 Todd Millikan, TE, (Steve Taylor), vs. Missouri, 82 Oct. 29, 1988 Touchdown Receptions, Career 7. Guy Ingles, SE, (Van Brownson), at Kansas, 80 No. Player, Pos., Years TD Oct. 17, 1970 25 1. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 80 Jerry List, TE, (Jerry Tagge), at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1971 2. Nate Swift, WR, 2005-08 22 Matt Herian, TE, (Jammal Lord), vs. Colorado, 80 21 3. Kenny Bell, 2011-14 Nov. 29, 2002 18 4. Clarence Swanson, E, 1919-21 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR (Tanner Lee) vs. Wisconsin 80 Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2013-16 18 Oct. 7, 2017 6. Maurice Purify, WR, 2006-07 16 7. Jon Bostick, SE, 1989-91 15 Bowl Game Record 15 Quincy Enunwa, 2010-13 99 Quincy Enunwa, WR, (Tommy Armstrong Jr.) 15 Stanley Morgan Jr., 2015-present vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014 10.Todd Millikan, TE, 1985-88 14 14 Bobby Thomas, SE, 1974-76 Most Field Goals Made in a Game Player, Opponent, Date FGM Consecutive Games with a Reception 7 1. Dale Klein, at Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 Games No. Player, Pos., Years 5 2. Alex Henery, at Virginia Tech, Sept. 19, 2009 1. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 37* 5 Drew Brown, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 36 2. Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2013-16 4 4. Paul Rogers, vs. Georgia, Dec. 20, 1969, Sun Bowl 3. Terrence Nunn, WR, 2004-07 32 4 Kris Brown, at Kansas St., Oct. 5, 1996 4. Kenny Bell, WR, 2012-14 28 4 Kris Brown, vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 6, 1997 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, 2015-present 26 5. David Dyches, vs. Utah St., Sept. 6, 2003 4 6. Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-12 23 4 David Dyches, vs. Penn St., Sept. 13, 2003 Quincy Enunwa, WR, 2012-13 23 4 Jordan Congdon, vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 20 8. Matt Davison, 1998-99 4 Alex Henery, vs. W. Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008 20 Junior Miller, TE, 1977-79 Alex Henery, vs. Colorado, Nov. 28, 2008 4 * Rodgers caught a pass in every game of his career. 4 Alex Henery, vs. Clemson, Jan. 1, 2009 Alex Henery, vs. Texas, Dec. 5, 2009 4 Scoring Game Alex Henery, vs. Arizona, Dec. 30, 2009 4 36; Calvin Jones, IB, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (6 TD) Points: Brett Maher, vs. Chattanooga, Sept. 3, 2011 4 Touchdowns: 7; Harvey Rathbone, FB, vs. Haskell, 4 Drew Brown, at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 Nov. 24, 1910 (Touchdowns were worth 5 points) 17. 34 times, most recently Pat Smith at Penn State, Nov. 23, 2013 3 Points By Kicking: 22; Dale Klein, PK, at Missouri, First time, Vic Halligan, T/PK, vs. Iowa, Nov. 21, 1914; Oct. 19, 1985 (7 FG, 1 PAT) Six times by Kris Brown, PK, 1995-98 Conversions: 17; Owen Frank, B, vs. Haskell, Nov. 24, 1910 7; Dale Klein, PK, at Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 Field Goals: Bowl Game Record (7 att., NCAA record) Alex Henery, vs. Arizona, Dec. 30, 2009, Holiday Bowl 4 Field Goal Attempts: 7; Dale Klein, PK, at Missouri, Alex Henery, vs. Clemson, Jan. 1, 2009, Gator Bowl 4 Oct. 19, 1985 (7 made, NCAA record); Drew Brown, Paul Rogers, vs. Georgia, Dec. 20, 1969, Sun Bowl 4 PK, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 4; Byron Bennett, PK, Field Goals Missed: Top 10 Longest Field Goals at Arizona St., Sept. 28, 1991 Player, Opponent, Date Yards Long Nebraska Field Goal Made: 57; Alex Henery, PK, 1. Alex Henery, vs. Colorado, Nov. 28, 2008 57 vs. Colorado, Nov. 28, 2008 2. Chris Drennan, vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 9, 1989 55 Billy Todd, vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1977 55 Top 10 Longest Rushing Touchdowns Paul Rogers, vs. Kansas, Oct. 18, 1969 55 Yards Player, Pos., Opponent, Date 5. Brett Maher, at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 54 95 1. Eric Crouch, QB, at Missouri, Sept. 29, 2001 Rich Sanger, vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 16, 1972 54 94 2. Roger Craig, IB, vs. Florida St., Sept. 19, 1981 7. Alex Henery, vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 4, 2010 53 Craig Johnson, IB, vs. Kansas, Oct. 13, 1979 94 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 92

93 52 9. Scott Frost, QB, 1997 (19 TD) 114 8. Brett Maher, at Iowa, Nov. 23, 2012 52 10. Alex Henery, PK, 2009 (38 PAT, 24 FG) 110 Alex Henery, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 110 52 Alex Henery, PK, 2008 (56 PAT, 18 FG) Alex Henery, vs. Texas, Dec. 5, 2009 52 Kevin Seibel, at Colorado, Oct. 25, 1980 12. Drew Brown, vs. Purdue, Oct. 22, 2016 51 Most Points Scored in a Season by Class Brett Maher, vs. Michigan, Oct. 27, 2012 51 Football 101; Drew Brown, PK, 2014 (59 PAT, 14 FG) Freshman: 51 Kris Brown, vs. Texas, Dec. 7, 1996 Sophomore: 157; Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950 (22 TD, 25 PAT) 51 Paul Rogers, vs. Wyoming, Sept. 14, 1968 Junior: 132; Ahman Green, IB, 1997 (22 TD) Brett Maher, at Michigan, Nov. 19, 2011 51 Senior: 174; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (29 TD) Bowl Game Record Top 10 Touchdowns Scored in a Season 50 Alex Henery, vs. Arizona, Dec. 30, 2009, Holiday Bowl TD Player, Pos., Year Josh Brown, vs. Northwestern, Dec. 30, 2000, Alamo Bowl 50 1. Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 29 Gregg Barrios, vs. Miami, Jan. 1, 1989, Orange Bowl 50 22 2. Ahman Green, IB, 1997 Paul Rogers, vs. Georgia, Dec. 20, 1969, Sun Bowl 50 Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950 22 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 22 Consecutive Field Goals Made 5. Eric Crouch, QB, 2000 20 Player, Year FGM 19 6. Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 18 1. Alex Henery, 2009-10 19 Scott Frost, QB, 1997 2. Kris Brown, 1997-98 17 8. Rex Burkhead, IB, 2011 17 13 3. Drew Brown, 2015-16 Eric Crouch, QB, 1999 17 4. Alex Henery, 2007-08 12 Mike Rozier, IB, 1982 17 5. Jordan Congdon, 2005 11 17 Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1972 Kris Brown, 1995-96 11 Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1971 17 Most Field Goals Made in a Season Scoring Career Player, Year FGM 397; Alex Henery, PK, 2007-10 Points: 24 1. Alex Henery, 2009 9.2; Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950-52 Points Per Game: 2. Drew Brown, 2015 21 (23 games, 211 points) 3. Brett Maher, 2012 20 Touchdowns: 61; Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-01 4. Brett Maher, 2011 19 Points By Kicking: 397; Alex Henery, 2007-10 (193 PAT, 68 FG) Jordan Congdon, 2005 19 217; Kris Brown, 1995-98 (222 att.) Conversions: 222; Kris Brown, PK, 1995-98 (217 made) Conversion Attempts: Conversion Percentage (min. 80 att.): 99.5; Most Field Goals Made in a Career Alex Henery, 2007-10 (193-194) Player, Year FGM 116; Alex Henery 1. Alex Henery, 2007-10 Consecutive Conversions Made: 68 Nov. 1, 2008-Dec. 30, 2010 59 2. Drew Brown, 2014-17 68; Alex Henery, 2007-10 (76 att.) 57 3. Kris Brown, 1995-98 Field Goals: 77; Kris Brown, 1995-98 (57 made) Field Goal Attempts: 4. Josh Brown, 1999-2002 43 89.5; Alex Henery, 2007-10 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.): 39 5. Brett Maher, 2009-12 (68-76) (NCAA Record-min. 55 FGM) Consecutive Field Goals Made: 18; Alex Henery, Scoring Season Dec. 5, 2009-Dec. 4, 2010 Points: 174; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 Consecutive Field Goals Made to Start Career: 12; Alex Henery, Points Per Game: 17.4; Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950 PK, 2007-08 (9 games, 157 points) Touchdowns: 29; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 Points By Kicking: 119; Brett Maher, PK, 2012 All-Purpose Yards Game Attempts: 62; Kris Brown, PK, 1997 (62 att.) Conversions: 41; Brandon Jackson, IB, vs. Colorado, Nov. 24, 62; Kris Brown, PK, 1997 (62 made) Conversion Attempts: 2006 (190 yards) Yards: 62; Kris Brown, PK, 1997 (62 att.) PAT Kicks, No Misses: 341; Ameer Abdullah IB, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 25, 2014 (23 att.) Field Goals: Yards Per Attempt (min. 15 att.): .19; JD Spielman, 24; Alex Henery, PK, 2009 (28 att.) 18 Field Goal Attempts: 28; Alex Henery, PK, 2009 (24 made) WR, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (16 att., 291 yards) 100.0; Alex Henery, 2007 (8-8) Field-Goal Percentage (min. 5 att.): Perfect PAT Seasons (min 20 attempts): 1985: Dale Klein Top 10 Games, All-Purpose Yards (38-38); 1987: Chris Drennan (53-53); 1988: Player, Pos., Opponent, Date (Attempts) Yards Gregg Barrios (24-24); 1989: Gregg Barrios (57-57); 1. Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 24, 2014 (23) 341 1997: Kris Brown (62-62); 2000: Josh Brown (60-60); Roy Helu Jr., IB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 (29) 321 2. 2002: Josh Brown (46-46); 2003: David Dyches (32-32); 313 Ameer Abdullah, IB vs. Miami, Sept. 20, 2014 (40) 3. 2007: Alex Henery (45-45); 2009: Alex Henery (38-38); 4. Calvin Jones, IB, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (28) 298 2010: Alex Henery (54-54); 2012: Brett Maher (59-59); JD Spielman, WR, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (16) 5. 291 2014: Drew Brown (59-59); 2016: Drew Brown (38-38) 6. Rick Berns, IB, vs. Missouri, Nov. 18, 1978 (39) 289 2017: Drew Brown (37-37) 7. Mike Rozier, IB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1983 (32) 285 8. I.M. Hipp, IB, vs. Indiana, Oct. 1, 1977 (29) 284 Jeff Smith, IB, vs. Minnesota, Sept. 15, 1984 (30) 273 Top 10 Points Scored in a Season 9. Player, Pos., Year (TD, PAT, FG) 270 Points 10. Craig Johnson, IB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978 (11) 174 1. Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (29 TD) 2. Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950 (22 TD, 25 PAT) 157 Best All-Purpose Yard Games by Class 3. Ahman Green, IB, 1997 (22 TD) 132 Freshman: 298; Calvin Jones, IB, at Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (28 att.) Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 (22 TD) 132 284; I.M. Hipp, IB, vs. Indiana, Oct. 1, 1977 (29 att.) Sophomore: 5. Eric Crouch, QB, 2000 (20 TD) 120 266; Marlon Lucky, IB, vs. Nevada, Sept. 1, 2007 (33 att.) Junior: 6. Brett Maher, PK, 2012 (59 PAT, 20 FG) 119 Senior: 341; Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 25, 2014 (23 att.) 116 7. Eric Crouch, QB, 2001 (19 TD, 1 PAT) 116 Kris Brown, PK, 1997 (62 PAT, 18 FG) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 93

94 All-Purpose Yards Season 311; Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2013 (1,999 yards) Attempts: Football Yards: 2,486; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (296 att.) Yards Per Attempt (min. 100 att.): 15.02; Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1971 (132 att., 1,983 yards) Note: Niles Paul - 17.49 on 97 attempts (1,697 yards) in 2009; JD Spielman - 17.09 on 92 attempts (1,572 yards) in 2017 Top 10 Seasons, All-Purpose Yards Player, Pos., Year (Attempts) Yards 1. Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (296 att.) 2,486 2. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2014 (300 att.) 2,272 3. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1972 (160 att.) 2,011 4. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2013 (311 att.) 1,999 5. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1971 (132 att.) 1,983 6. Ahman Green, IB, 1997 (278 att.) 1,982 7. Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 (308 att.) 1,894 8. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2012 (283 att.) 1,884 1,790 9. Mike Rozier, IB, 1982 (252 att.) 10. Marlon Lucky, IB, 2007 (282 att.) 1,743 Best All-Purpose Yard Seasons by Class Freshman: 1,572; JD Spielman, WR, 2017 (92 att.) 1,894; Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1994 (308 att.) Sophomore: 1,999; Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2013 (311 att.) Junior: Senior: 2,486; Mike Rozier, IB, 1983 (296 att.) All-Purpose Yards Career 978; Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 (7,186 yards) Attempts: Yards: 7,186; Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 (978 att.) Yards Per Attempt (min. 200 att.): 17.05; Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-14 (239 att., 4,075 yards) Top 10 Careers, All-Purpose Yards Yards Player, Pos., Years (Attempts) 1. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 (978 att.) 7,186 2. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 (406 att.) 5,586 3. Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-83 (708 att.) 5,445 4. Ahman Green, IB, 1995-97 (614 att.) 4,280 5. Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-08 (521 att.) 4,214 6. Niles Paul, WR, 2007-10 (249 att.) 4,122 7. Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-14 (239 att.) 4,075 8. Rex Burkhead, IB, 2009-10-11-12 (706 att.) 3,953 9. Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2007-10 (632 att.) 3,905 3,559 10. Cory Ross, IB, 2002-05 (675 att.) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 94

95 1,000 Yard Career Rushers (Totals do not include bowl games from 1946 to 2001. The NCAA began including bowl games in statistics in 2002. 100G indicates career 100-yard rushing games including bowl performances.) Football Att. Gain Net Avg. TD 100G Player, Position, Years Loss 668 1. 4,780 7.16 49 26 4,837 Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-82-83 57 813 156 4,588 5.64 39 24 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-12-13-14 2. 4,744 574 3,989 109 3,880 3. 42 20 Ahman Green, IB, 1995-96-97 6.76 Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-99-00-01 3,950 516 3,434 5.30 59 17 4. 648 578 3,536 132 3,404 5.89 28 10 5. Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2007-08-09-10 Rex Burkhead, IB, 2009-10-11-12 635 3,441 112 3,329 5.24 30 13 6. Calvin Jones, IB, 1991-92-93 7. 3,215 62 3,153 6.84 40 16 461 Ken Clark, IB, 1987-88-89 494 75 3,037 6.15 29 12 8. 3,112 Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010-11-12-13 3,747 767 2,975 5.09 31 13 9. 585 495 2,913 99 2,814 5.68 21 10 10. I.M. Hipp, IB, 1977-78-79 11. Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1993-94-95 2,886 109 2,777 6.18 30 15 449 502 2,745 92 12. Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 1999-00-01-02 5.47 26 8 2,837 13. Cory Ross, IB, 2002-03-04-05 2,877 134 2,743 4.59 17 12 597 14. Derek Brown, IB, 1990-91-92 458 2,784 85 2,699 5.89 23 12 15. Jammal Lord, QB, 2000-01-02-03 516 545 2,573 4.99 24 8 3,118 413 2,587 2,522 6.11 27 11 16. Correll Buckhalter, IB, 1997-98-99-00 65 2,577 32 2,488 6.25 398 10 17. Keith Jones, IB, 1984-85-86-87 89 402 76 2,456 6.11 20 14 18. Dan Alexander, IB, 1997-98-99-00 2,532 440 2,478 29 2,449 19. Rick Berns, IB, 1976-77-78 28 9 5.57 20. Roger Craig, IB, 1979-80-81-82 2,493 47 2,446 6.01 26 7 407 515 2,393 115 21. Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-06-07-08 4.65 22 8 2,508 22. Jeff Kinney, HB, 1969-70-71 2,295 51 2,244 4.12 29 6 545 23. Terrell Newby, IB, 2013-14-15-16 458 2,300 61 2,239 4.89 20 5 24. Doug DuBose, IB, 1982-84-85 362 45 2,205 6.09 16 14 2,250 378 5.81 190 2,196 25. Bobby Reynolds, HB, 1950-51-52 24 9 2,386 26. Jarvis Redwine, IB, 1979-80 2,213 52 2,161 7.11 17 10 304 27. Tony Davis, IB/FB, 1973-74-75 501 2,195 42 2,153 4.30 17 7 28. Steve Taylor, QB, 1985-86-87-88 2,560 435 2,125 4.93 32 6 431 29. Monte Anthony, IB, 1974-75-76-77 463 2,126 49 2,077 4.49 18 5 30. Jeff Smith, IB, 1980-82-83-84 315 2,014 22 1,992 6.32 19 5 1,968 31. Joe Orduna, HB, 1967-68-70 489 2,070 102 4 4.02 26 32. Tommie Frazier, QB, 1992-93-94-95 367 276 1,955 5.33 36 3 2,231 423 2,286 1,819 4.30 23 2 33. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB 2013-14-15-16 467 1,753 15 5.36 10 3 34. Andra Franklin, FB, 1977-78-79-80 324 1,738 1,668 1,635 6.62 18 7 247 35. Leodis Flowers, IB, 1988-89-90 33 1,683 73 1,610 5.06 10 3 36. Harry Wilson, HB, 1964-65-66 318 327 1,654 1,599 4.89 28 3 37. Imani Cross, IB, 2012-13-14-15 55 1,623 20 1,562 5.79 270 3 38. Damon Benning, IB, 1993-94-95-96 61 302 245 1,533 5.08 28 3 39. Scott Frost, QB, 1996-97 1,778 316 1,595 70 1,525 40. Bob Smith, HB, 1952-53-54 9 4 4.83 41. Dick Davis, FB, 1966-67-68 1,564 87 1,477 4.23 4 3 349 247 1,458 1,447 5.86 13 2 42. Joel Makovicka, FB, 1995-96-97-98 11 291 44 1,431 4.92 14 4 43. Brandon Jackson, IB, 2004-05-06 1,475 220 1,429 4 1,425 6.48 12 4 44. Tom Rathman, FB, 1981-83-84-85 45. John O'Leary, IB, 1973-74-75 293 37 1,424 4.86 14 2 1,461 209 6.50 33 1,358 46. Tyreese Knox, IB, 1985-86-87-88 12 6 1,391 47. Bill Thornton, FB/HB, 1960-61-62 1,388 60 1,328 4.50 12 3 295 48. Turner Gill, QB, 1980-81-82-83 290 1,593 276 1,317 4.54 18 1 49. Craig Johnson, IB, 1978-79-80 203 20 1,273 6.27 18 6 1,293 321 1,406 1,216 3.79 5 2 50. Bill Mueller, HB, 1947-48-49-50 190 1,281 17 1,211 7.97 152 3 51. Gerry Gdowski, QB, 1987-88-89 70 212 89 1,162 5.48 10 2 52. Willie Greenlaw, HB, 1954-55-56 1,251 215 1,184 29 1,155 53. Imani Cross, IB, 2012-13-14-15 22 3 5.37 54. DeAngelo Evans, IB, 1996-98-99 1,182 40 1,142 5.10 18 5 224 226 1,125 63 55. Willie Ross, HB, 1961-62-63 4.98 8 2 1,188 56. David Horne, IB, 2002-03-04 1,188 64 1,124 4.57 11 4 246 57. Devine Ozigbo, IB, 2015-16-17-present 264 1,157 43 1,114 4.22 9 4 58. Mickey Joseph, QB, 1988-89-90-91 180 107 1,091 6.06 16 1 1,198 226 4.81 6 1,088 59. Jerry Brown, FB, 1955-56-57 6 2 1,094 60. Paul Miles, IB, 1983-84-85 1,097 23 1,074 6.88 9 2 156 61 Bryan Carpenter, FB, 1987-88-89 170 1,069 5 1,064 6.26 7 1 62. Ben Gregory, HB, 1965-66-67 1,069 45 1,024 3.94 9 2 260 63. Frank Solich, FB, 1963-64-65 196 1,054 44 1,010 5.15 6 1 64. Lance Lewis, FB, 1988-90-91-92 163 1,012 4 1,008 6.18 6 0 14 3.74 1,007 1 35 65. Gary Dixon, HB, 1971-72 269 1,042 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 95

96 1,000 Career Passing Yards Football (Based on total passing yardage. Totals do not include bowl games from 1946 to 2001. The NCAA began including bowl games in statistics in 2002.) Att. Comp. Pct. INT TD Rating Yards Player,Years 1,172 53.3 44 67 128.3 8,871 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2013-14-15-16 1. 625 575 59.8 29 56 136.3 7,258 2. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010-11-12-13 962 821 470 57.2 20 45 130.3 5,850 3. Zac Taylor, 2005-06 381 65.1 18 44 157.4 5,125 4. Joe Ganz, QB, 2006-07-08 585 637 353 55.4 5. Dave Humm, QB, 1972-73-74 41 131.7 5,035 36 6. Jerry Tagge, QB, 1969-70-71 348 59.9 19 32 139.5 4,704 581 606 51.5 25 29 121.1 4,481 7. Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-99-00-01 312 469 232 49.5 11 43 138.1 3,521 8. Tommie Frazier, QB, 1992-93-94-95 9. Turner Gill, QB, 1980-81-82-83 428 54.0 11 34 140.1 3,317 231 10. Vince Ferragamo, QB, 1975-76 224 57.6 13 32 147.7 3,224 389 11. Tanner Lee, QB, 2017 428 246 57.5 16 23 129.2 3,143 12. Jammal Lord, QB, 2000-01-02-03 404 47.8 22 18 110.8 2,848 193 404 45.5 24 30 116.7 2,815 13. Steve Taylor, QB, 1985-86-87-88 184 359 192 53.5 7 18 128.8 2,677 14. Scott Frost, QB, 1996-97 15. Bob Churchich, QB, 1964-65-66 342 52.3 18 15 116.1 2,434 179 16. Sam Keller, QB, 2007 325 205 63.1 10 14 133.7 2,422 17. Tom Sorley, QB, 1976-77-78 256 148 57.8 13 15 140.2 2,230 18. Zac Lee, QB, 2008-09 304 58.6 10 14 126.5 2,148 178 324 19 50.0 21 19. Joe Dailey, QB, 2003-04 111.9 2,142 162 20. Jeff Quinn, QB, 1978-79-80 147 57.9 11 18 138.9 2,005 254 21. Brook Berringer, QB, 1992-93-94-95 231 137 59.3 6 12 135.6 1,769 22. Frank Patrick, QB, 1967-68-69 143 47.7 18 8 93.7 1,760 300 1,733 298 125 41.9 14 8 90.3 23. Dennis Claridge, QB, 1961-62-63 24. John Bordogna, QB, 1951-52-53 271 113 41.7 20 6 84.4 1,618 25. Keithen McCant, QB, 1989-90-91 172 57.6 9 13 146.3 1,486 99 237 128 9 12 114.7 1,455 26. Van Brownson, QB, 1969-70-71 54.0 77 2 19 173.4 1,398 146 27. Gerry Gdowski, QB, 1987-88-89 52.7 79 41.6 14 13 106.4 1,289 28. Fran Nagle, QB, 1949-50 190 202 84 16 8 87.1 1,161 29. Fred Duda, QB, 1963-64-65 41.6 178 48.3 9 11 109.8 1,086 30. Mike Grant, QB, 1989-90-92 86 165 87 52.7 31. Ryker Fyfe, QB, 2013-14-15-16 10 118.6 1,043 6 1,000 Career Receiving Yards (Based on total yards. Totals do not include bowl games from 1946 to 2001. The NCAA began including bowl games in statistics in 2002.) Yards Avg. TD Player, Years No. 2,689 181 21 1. Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-12-13-14 14.9 2. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-71-72 143 2,479 17.3 25 166 3. Nate Swift, WR, 2005-06-07-08 14.9 22 2,476 4. Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2013-14-15-16 2,474 14.8 18 167 136 1,762 5. Terrence Nunn, WR, 2004-05-06-07 11 12.9 6. Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, 2015-16-17-present 119 1,743 14.6 15 7. Todd Peterson, WR, 2005-06-07-08 108 1,602 14.8 13 8. Niles Paul, WR, 2007-08-09-10 103 14.9 5 1,532 115 1,526 15 9. Quincy Enunwa, WR, 2010-11-12-13 13.3 1,456 15.7 93 10. Matt Davison, SE, 1997-98-99-00 6 11. Maurice Purify, WR, 2006-07 91 1,444 15.9 16 135 1,379 10.2 4 12. Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-06-07-08 13. De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, 2014-15-16-17 100 13.1 11 1,309 70 18.2 6 14. Brandon Reilly, WR, 2013-14-15-16 1,275 65 1,243 15. Matt Herian, TE, 2002-03-04-06 12 19.1 16. Irving Fryar, WB, 1981-82-83 67 1,196 17.9 11 17. Guy Ingles, SE, 1968-69-70 74 1,157 15.6 11 18. Tracey Wistrom, TE, 1998-99-00-01 58 19.8 10 1,150 65 16.8 12 19. Todd Brown, SE, 1980-81-82 1,092 72 1,089 20. Tim Smith, SE, 1977-78-79 3 15.1 21. Bobby Thomas, SE, 1974-75-76 56 1,083 19.3 14 22. Jon Bostick, SE, 1989-90-91 55 1,083 19.7 15 23. Mike McNeill, TE, 2007-08-09-10 1,072 13.1 11 82 24. Kyler Reed, TE, 2009-10-11-12 67 1,063 15.9 11 25. Chuck Malito, SE, 1974-75-76 56 1,057 18.9 8 12 19.0 26. Junior Miller, TE, 1977-78-79 1,045 55 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 96

97 Career Receptions (Based on total receptions. Totals do not include bowl games from 1946 to 2001. The NCAA began including bowl games in statistics in 2002.) Football No. Yards TD Player, Years Avg. 2,689 21 181 14.9 1. Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-12-13-14 2. Jordan Westerkamp, WR, 2013-14- 15-16 167 2,474 14.8 18 166 2,476 14.9 22 3 . Nate Swift, WR, 2005-06-07-08 143 4 17.3 25 . Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-71-72 2,479 . Terrence Nunn, WR, 2004-05-06-07 1,762 12.9 11 5 136 . Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-06-07-08 135 1,379 10.2 4 6 1,743 7. Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, 2015-16-17-present 119 15 14.6 . Quincy Enunwa, WR, 2010-11-12-13 115 13.3 15 8 1,526 . Todd Peterson, WR, 2005-06-07-08 1,602 14.8 13 9 108 . Niles Paul, WR, 2007-08-09-10 103 1,532 14.9 10 5 11. De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, 2014-15-16-17 100 1,309 13.1 11 . Matt Davison, SE, 1997-98-99-00 6 1,456 15.7 12 93 13 91 1,444 15.9 16 . Maurice Purify, WR, 2006-07 1 4 . Jeff Kinney, HB, 1969-70-71 82 864 10.5 3 Mike McNeill, TE, 2007-08-09-10 1,072 13.1 11 82 6 . Brandon Kinnie, WR, 2009-10-11 892 11.0 6 1 81 7 74 1,157 15.6 11 1 . Guy Ingles, SE, 1968-69-70 8 . Jamal Turner, WR, 2011-12-13-15 1 892 12.2 4 73 73 690 9.5 7 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-12-13-14 . Tim Smith, SE, 1977-78-79 72 1,089 15.1 3 20 22 . Cory Ross, IB, 2002-03-04-05 71 729 10.3 5 23 . 70 1,275 18.2 6 Brandon Reilly, WR, 2013-14-15-16 . Wilson Thomas, SE, 1999-00-01-02 969 23 14.3 6 68 24 67 1,063 15.9 11 . Kyler Reed, TE, 2009-10-11-12 25. Irving Fryar, WB, 1981-82-83 67 1,196 17.9 11 2 . Tom Penney, SE, 1966-67-68 66 926 14.0 2 6 2 7 . Todd Brown, SE, 1980-81-82 65 1,092 16.8 12 19.1 Matt Herian, TE, 2002-03-04-06 65 1,243 12 2 9 63 976 15.5 4 . Ross Pilkington, WR, 2002-03-04 . Abdul Muhammad, WB, 1991-92-93-94 61 15.4 6 30 938 61 5 901 Jerry List, TE, 1970-71-72 14.8 61 11.1 5 Dennis Richnafsky, SE, 1965-66-67 676 . 3 60 981 16.4 8 3 Alonzo Moore, WR, 2013-14-15-16 Rex Burkhead, IB, 2009-10-11-12 60 507 8.5 5 59 744 13.9 4 35. Cethan Carter, TE, 2013-14-15-16 Tracey Wistrom, TE, 1998-99-00-01 58 1,150 19.8 10 7 . Bobby Thomas, SE, 1974-75-76 1,083 19.3 14 3 56 56 1,057 18.9 8 Chuck Malito, SE, 1974-75-76 9 . Jon Bostick, SE, 1989-90-91 3 1,083 19.7 15 55 55 1,045 19.0 12 Junior Miller, TE, 1977-78-79 JD Spielman, WR, 2017-present 55 830 15.1 2 42 . Frantz Hardy, WR, 2005-06-07 54 971 17.9 7 Roy Helu Jr., IB, 2007-08-09-10 501 9.3 0 54 . Terrell Newby, IB, 2013-14-15-16 354 6.7 2 44 53 53 499 9.4 4 Tony Davis, IB/FB, 1973-74-75 Jim McFarland, TE, 1968-69 53 625 4 11.8 4 . Ritch Bahe, WB, 1972-73-74 52 707 13.6 4 7 . Dave Shamblin, SE, 1973-74-75 50 871 17.4 4 48 49. Menelik Holt, WR, 2006-07-08-09 49 627 12.8 2 50 . Mark LeFlore, WR, 2002-03-04-05 527 11.2 3 47 Freeman White, SE, 1963-64-65 17.4 820 8 47 47 592 12.6 7 Brendan Holbein, SE, 1993-94-95-96 53 . Ken Spaeth, TE, 1975-76-77 46 616 13.4 6 54 45 515 11.4 2 . Grant Mulkey, WR, 2003-04-05 Frosty Anderson, SE, 1971-72-73 45 898 20.0 13 Bobby Newcombe, WB, 1997-98-99-00 45 660 14.7 4 579 45 5 Morgan Gregory, SE, 1987-88-89 12.9 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 97

98 Top 50 Career Scorers Football (Totals do not include bowl games from 1946 to 2001. The NCAA began including bowl games in statistics in 2002.) PAT 2PAT FG TP Player, Years TD 0 0 68-76 397 Alex Henery, PK, 2007-08-09-10 1. 193-194 0 217-222 0 57-77 388 2. Kris Brown, PK, 1995-96-97-98 Eric Crouch, QB, 1998-99-00-01 61 1 0 368 3. 0 Drew Brown, PK, 2014-15-16-17 178-180 0 59-76 355 4. 0 Josh Brown, PK, 1999-00-01-02 0 5. 0 43-62 315 186-190 6. 52 0 0 0 312 Mike Rozier, IB, 1981-82-83 Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-12-13-14 0 0 0 288 7. 48 Ahman Green, IB, 1995-96-97 45 0 0 0 270 8. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-71-72 9. 0 0 0 264 44 42 0 0 0 252 10. Calvin Jones, IB, 1991-92-93 11. Tommie Frazier, QB, 1992-93-94-95 36 0 3 0 222 Byron Bennett, PK, 1990-91-92-93 150-156 0 24-39 222 0 0 102-103 39-50 219 13. Brett Maher, PK/P, 2009-10-11-12 0 28 0 1-2 211 14. Bobby Reynolds, HB/PK, 1950-51-52 40-49 35 0-0 0 15. Rex Burkhead, IB, 2009-10-11-12 210 0-0 16. Gregg Barrios, PK, 1986-88-89-90 127-129 0 26-35 205 0 0 149-161 0 18-35 203 17. Rich Sanger, PK, 1971-72-73 18. Keith Jones, IB, 1984-85-86-87 33 0 1 0 200 19. Kevin Seibel, PK, 1980-81-82 0 0 16-30 199 151-156 0 27-41 0 20. Dale Klein, PK, 1984-85-86 196 115-118 21. Steve Taylor, QB, 1985-86-87-88 0 1 0 194 32 Jeff Kinney, HB, 1969-70-71 32 0 1 0 194 23. Taylor Martinez, QB, 2010-11-12-13 0 1 0 188 31 24. Lawrence Phillips, IB, 1993-94-95 30 0 0 0 180 30 Rick Berns, IB/FB, 1976-77-78 0 0 0 180 26. Ken Clark, IB, 1987-88-89 29 1 0 176 0 28 0 0 168 27. Imani Cross, IB, 2012-13-14-15 0 28 0 0 168 Scott Frost, QB, 1996-97 0 28 0 0 0 168 Roy Helu Jr., RB, 2007-08-09-10 0 27 0 164 30. Joe Orduna, HB, 1967-68-69 1 27 0 0 162 31. Correll Buckhalter, IB, 1997-98-99-00 0 26 0 1 32. Marlon Lucky, IB, 2005-06-07-08 158 0 0 86-88 0 24-30 158 Jordan Congdon, PK, 2005-06 26 0 0 156 34. Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 1999-00-01-02 0 Roger Craig, IB, 1980-81-82 26 0 0 0 156 0 36. Paul Rogers, PK, 1968-69-70 0 20-47 149 89-96 37. Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB, 2013-14-15-16 0 3 0 144 24 Nate Swift, WR, 2005-06-07-08 23 0 3 0 144 Jammal Lord, QB, 2000-01-02-03 0 0 0 144 24 Derek Brown, IB, 1990-91-92 0 0 0 144 24 23 0 1 0 140 41. Jeff Smith, IB, 1982-83-84 Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-12-13-14 0 1 0 140 23 0 70-71 0 22-34 136 43. Billy Todd, PK, 1977-78 44. Terrell Newby, IB, 2013-14-15-16 22 0 0 0 132 Cory Ross, IB, 2002-03-04-05 0 0 0 132 22 0 0 46. Chris Drennan, PK, 1985-87-88-89 14-20 130 88-90 47. I.M. Hipp, IB, 1977-78-79 0 1 0 128 21 Tony Davis, IB/FB, 1973-74-75 21 0 1 0 128 49. Mike Coyle, PK, 1973-74-75 78-84 0 15-28 123 0 120 20 0 0 0 50. Dan Alexander, IB, 1997-98-99-00 20 0 120 0 0 Damon Benning, IB, 1993-94-95-96 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 98

99 Career Tackle Leaders (160 or more career tackles. Totals do not include bowl games from 1965 to 2001. The NCAA began ) including bowl games in statistics in 2002. Football AT Player, Years Sacks TT UT For Loss 432 8/48 214 50/120 218 1. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-02-03-04 2. Jerry Murtaugh, SLB, 1968-69-70 12/44 NA* 148 194 342 150 287 17/57 3. Mike Brown, ROV, 1996-97-98-99 137 2/20 149 285 28/124 11.5/96 4. Lavonte David, LB, 2010-11 136 157 10/19 119 NA* 5. Lee Kunz, SLB, 1976-77-78 276 163 273 19/31 2-12 6. Nathan Gerry, S, 2013-14-15-16 110 124 149 273 2/6 NA* Clete Pillen, LB, 1974-75-76 157 8. Steve Damkroger, SLB, 1979-80-81-82 20/93 2/15* 112 269 146 9/56 18/77 111 9. Ed Stewart, LB, 1991-92-93-94 257 153 256 15/68 5/38 10. Marc Munford, WLB, 1983-84-85-86 103 98 156 254 2/7 NA* 11. Jim Wightman, WLB, 1975-76-77 105 248 45/242 29.5/196 143 12. Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-91-92-93 101 146 247 15/50 5/38 13. Will Compton, LB, 2009-10-11-12 124 121 245 12/36 2/18 14. Mike Knox, SLB, 1981-82-83-85 15. Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1985-86-87-88 143 99 242 39/216 22.5/149 16. Corey McKeon, LB, 2004-05-06-07 127 240 36/136 9/74 113 118 120 NA* NA* 17. Wayne Meylan, MG, 1965-66-67 238 69 233 15/44 5/30 18. Jay Foreman, MLB, 1995-96-97-98 164 105 127 232 20/39 2.5/13 19. Josh Banderas, LB, 2013-14-15-16 20. Carlos Polk, MLB, 1997-98-99-00 93 227 32/134 10/88 134 133 12/32 226 21. Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2002-03-04-05 1/12 93 22. Larry Asante, SS, 2007-08-09 97 224 3/6 1/4 127 23. Travis Hill, OLB, 1989-90-91-92 100 121 221 37.5/186.5 16.5/123.5 24. Ken Geddes, MG, 1967-68-69 89 220 10/48 NA* 131 75 14/48 220 Mike Anderson, ILB, 1990-91-92-93 3/27 145 Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2002-03 99 220 27/116 12/92 121 27. Bo Ruud, LB, 2004-05-06-07 117 99 216 25/84 4.5/43 28. Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2006-07-08-09 90 215 57/252 24/187 125 Joshua Kalu, DB, 2014-15-16-17 152 63 215 9/36 2/14 30. Ron Pruitt, LT, 1973-74-76 91 123 214 21/100 NA* NA* 31. Rich Glover, MG, 1970-71-72 103 108 211 25/127 113 209 6/28 1/1 32. Tyrone Byrd, FS, 1989-90-91-92 96 33. Pat Tyrance, WLB, 1988-89-90 97 208 13/44 4/17 111 93 113 58.5/260 26.5/178 34. Grant Wistrom, RE, 1994-95-96-97 206 120 NA* 2/3 82 35. Tom Ruud, SLB, 1972-73-74 202 92 201 13/22 2.0/8 Dedrick Young, LB, 2015-16-17-present 109 96 100 196 37. Cameron Meredith, DE, 2009-10-11-12 13/71 26/88 38. Reggie Cooper, SS, 1987-88-89-90 78 195 16/49 0/0 117 115 195 LeRoy Etienne, ILB, 1985-86-87-88 13/49 4/21 80 40. Keyuo Craver, LCB, 1998-99-00-01 79 192 10/26 2.5/16 113 41. Corey Cooper, S, 2011-12-13-14 114 76 190 9/32 2.5/17 42. Bob Nelson, WLB, 1972-73-74 73 189 6/17 NA* 116 93 24/121 184 43. George Andrews, DE, 1976-77-78 NA* 91 Pierre Allen, DE, 2007-08-09-10 112 184 36/124 13.5/91 72 45. Scott Shanle, SLB, 1999-00-01-02 87 96 183 17/62 6/44 46. Steve Carmer, FS, 1988-90-91-92 101 182 7/58 2/31 81 47. John Lee, MG, 1973-74-75 84 96 180 15/79 NA* 48. Daimion Stafford, S, 2011-12 97 79 176 7/30 1.5/23 175 49. Stewart Bradley, LB, 2003-04-05-06 94 81 25/75 4/31 50. Phillip Dillard, LB, 2005-06-07-08-09 90 173 15/57 3.5/33 83 76 97 12/57 3.5/30 T.J. Hollowell, BLB, 2000-01-02-03 173 95 9.5/55 36/112 77 52. Le Kevin Smith, DT, 2002-03-04-05 172 86 171 13/50 6/41 53. Mark Daum, SLB, 1982-83-84 85 82 88 170 54. Bob Martin, DE, 1973-74-75 NA* 10/55 55. Bob Terrio, WLB, 1970-71 90 169 7/20 NA* 79 91 168 56. Mike Fultz, RT, 1974-75-76 28/122 NA* 77 Willie Harper, DE, 1970-71-72 86 168 41/268 NA* 82 Eric Johnson, WLB, 1996-97-98-99 65 103 168 26/107 13/80 59. Jared Crick, DT, 2008-09-10-11 75 167 35/162 20/145 92 66 15/39 167 Chris Weber, LB, 2014-15-16-17 1/6 101 61. P.J. Smith, S, 2009-10-11-12 79 165 8/12 1.5/4 86 62. Kerry Weinmaster, MG, 1976-77-78-79 102 63 165 39/202 NA* 63. Michael Rose-Ivey, LB, 2013-15-16 83 163 17/28 1/9 80 64. Prince Amukamara, CB, 2007-08-09-10 100 61 161 6/34 4/31 David Santos, LB, 2012-13-14 80 81 161 13/23 2/9 160 2/20 0/0 68 66. Josh Bullocks, FS, 2002-03-04 92 *Tackles for loss not available before 1968, sacks not available before 1982 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 99

100 Nebraska Individual Defensive Records Football 253; Ralph Brown, RCB, Total INT Return Yards: Defensive Game Records 1996-99 (11 INT) Total Tackles: 30; Clete Pillen, SLB, vs. Okla. St., Nov. 6, 1976 7; Barron Miles, CB, 1992-94 (7 punts) Blocked Kicks: 16; Barrett Ruud, MLB, vs. Kansas St., Unassisted Tackles: Oct. 23, 2004 Assisted Tackles: 19; Rich Glover, MG, at Oklahoma, by Position Records Game Nov. 25, 1971 Nose/Defensive Tackles Tackles for Loss: 7; Jim Skow, RT, vs. Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 22; Rich Glover, MG, at Oklahoma, Total Tackles: (40 yards); Jared Crick, DT, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009, Nov. 25, 1971 (28 yards); Ndamukong Suh, DT, vs. Texas, Dec. 5, 2009 Unassisted Tackles: 13; Ken Geddes, MG, vs. Missouri, (22 yards) Oct. 19, 1968 46; Sherwin Jarmon, DE, vs. Iowa St., Yards: 19; Rich Glover, MG, at Oklahoma, Assisted Tackles: Nov. 8, 1969 Nov. 25, 1971 Sacks: 5; Jared Crick, DT, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009 (24 yards) Tackles for Loss: 7; Jim Skow, RT, vs. Missouri, 37; Jim Skow, RT, vs. Kansas St., Nov. 2, 1985 (3 sacks) Yards: Oct. 19, 1985 (40 yards); Jared Crick, DT, at Baylor, Fumble Recoveries: 3; Broderick Thomas, OLB, at Colorado, Oct. 31, 2009 (28 yards); Ndamukong Suh, DT, vs. Oct. 25, 1986 Texas, Dec. 5, 2009 (22 yards) Fumble Returns for TD: 1; many times, most recently Yards: 40; Jim Skow, RT, vs. Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 (7 TFL) yards) Josh Mitchell, CB, vs. Miami, Sept. 20, 2014 (57 Sacks: 5; Jared Crick, DT, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009 (24 yards) Long Fumble Return: 74 yards; Ralph Brown, RCB, Yards: 37; Jim Skow, RT, vs. Kansas St., Nov. 2, 1985 at Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1998 (3 sacks) 7; Ralph Brown, RCB, vs. Colorado, Passes Broken Up: Fumble Recoveries: 2; Ron Pruitt, LT, and Mike Fultz, RT, Nov. 29, 1996 vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1976 3; Dana Stephenson, RCB, Pass Interceptions: Returns for Touchdown: 1; Jon Clanton, DT/NT vs. vs. Colorado, Nov. 1, 1969; Joe Blahak, LCB, vs. Troy St., Sept. 1, 2001 (20 yards); Jason Peter, DT, Nov. 14, 1970; Kansas St., Dec. 31, 1996 (31 yards) (Orange Bowl) Ric Lindquist, LCB, at Kansas St., Nov. 10, 1979; Passes Broken Up: 4; Ndamukong Suh, DT, Matt O'Hanlon, FS, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 Sept. 19, 2009 at Virginia Tech, 1; many times, most recently INT Returns for TD: 1; several times, most recently, Pass Interceptions: yards) 49 7 ( Marcus Newby, LB, vs. Northwestern , , 201 Nov . 4 (10 yards) Terrence Moore, DT, at Michigan, Nov. 19, 2011 95; Willie Greenlaw, DB, Long Nebraska INT Return, TD: Returns for Touchdown: 1; several times, most recently vs. Colorado, Nov. 12, 1955; Bill Kosch, S, Ndamukong Suh, DT, vs. Colorado, Nov. 28, 2008 (30 yards) vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 Blocked Kicks: 1; several times, most recently Jared Crick, DT, 68; Bret Clark, S, Long Nebraska INT Return, No TD: at Wisconsin, Oct. 1, 2011 (PAT) vs. Minnesota, Sept. 15, 1984 Total INT Return Yards: 116; Joe Blahak, LCB, Defensive Ends vs. Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1970 (3 INT); Bill Kosch, S, (includes Defensive Ends, 1965-88/2003-1 ; Outside 7 vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 (2 INT) Linebackers, 1988-95; Rush Ends, 1996-2002) Blocked Kicks: 2; Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE, vs. Texas A&M, Total Tackles: 15; Grant Wistrom, RE, vs. Colorado, Nov. 6, 1999 (2 FG); Barron Miles, CB, vs. Pacific, Nov. 29, 1996 1994 (2 punts); Lannie Hopkins, ROV, vs. Kansas, Unassisted Tackles: 10; Trev Alberts, OLB, vs. UCLA, 2002 (2 punts); Kieron Williams, S, vs. USC, Sept. 18, 1993 Dec. 27, 2014 (2 punts) 11; Grant Wistrom, RE, vs. Colorado, Assisted Tackles: Nov. 29, 1996 Defensive Season Records Tackles for Loss: 6; Sherwin Jarmon, DE, vs. Iowa St., 152; Lavonte David, LB, 2010 Total Tackles: Nov. 8, 1969 86; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2004 Unassisted Tackles: 46; Sherwin Jarmon, DE, vs. Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1969 Yards: 95; Lee Kunz, SLB, 1977 Assisted Tackles: Sacks: 4; Mike Rucker, RE, vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 19, 1996 25; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (163 yards) Tackles for Loss: (24 yards); 4; Trev Alberts, OLB, vs. Texas Tech, 163; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (25 tackles) Yards: 11, 1993 (21 yards) Sept. Sacks: 15; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (139 yards); Yards: 28; Randy Gregory, DE, at Purdue, OLB, 1993 (88 yards) Trev Alberts, Oct. 12, 2013 (2 sacks) 139; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (15 sacks) Yards: 3; Broderick Thomas, OLB, at Fumble Recoveries: 6; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1986 Fumble Recoveries: Colorado, Oct. 25, 1986 1; many times, most recently Returns for Touchdown: 1; Demoine Adams, RE, Returns for Touchdown: Josh Mitchell, CB, 2014 vs. Iowa St., Oct. 9, 1999 (37 yards) 1 7; DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2000 Passes Broken Up: 3; Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE, Passes Broken Up: FS, 2003 10; Josh Bullocks, Pass Interceptions: Dec. 30, 2000, Alamo Bowl; Bill Weber, DE, Returns for Touchdown: 3; Dave Mason, M, 1971 vs. Missouri, Oct. 23, 1982 187; Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2004 (5 INT) Total INT Return Yards: 1; several times, most recently, Pass Interceptions: Blocked Kicks: 4; Barron Miles, CB, 1994 (4 punts) Randy Gregory, DE, at Michigan State, Oct. 4, 2014 1; several times, most Returns for Touchdown: Defensive Career Records recently Avery Moss, DE, vs. Northwestern, Total Tackles: 432; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 (25 yards) Nov. 2, 2013 218; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 Unassisted Tackles: Blocked Kicks: 2; Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE, vs. Texas A&M, 214; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 Assisted Tackles: Nov. 6, 1999 (2 FG) 58.5; Grant Wistrom, RE, 1994-97 (260 yards) Tackles for Loss: 288; Jim Skow, RT, 1983-85 (44 tackles) Yards: Linebackers Sacks: 29.5; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 (196 yards) 30; Clete Pillen, SLB, vs. Oklahoma St., Total Tackles: 223; Jim Skow, RT, 1983-84-85 (26 sacks) Yards: Nov. 6, 1976 9; Ron Pruitt, LT, 1973-76 Fumble Recoveries: Kansas , Barrett Ruud ; St., , vs. Unassisted Tackles: 6 MLB 1 50; Ralph Brown, RCB, 1996-99 Passes Broken Up: Oct. 23, 2004 14; Dana Stephenson, RCB, 1967-69 Pass Interceptions: 18; Clete Pillen, WLB, vs. Oklahoma, Assisted Tackles: 3; Dave Mason, M, 1969-71; Returns for Touchdown: Nov. 22, 1975 Joe Walker, ROV, 1997-00 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 100

101 Tackles for Loss: 5; Corey McKeon, MLB, vs. Iowa St., 4. Lee Kunz, SLB at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1977 23 Oct. 1, 2005 (23 yards) (13 UT, 10 AT) Yards: 27; Demorrio Williams, WLB, vs. Utah St., 5. Rich Glover, MG, at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1971 22 Sept. 6, 2003 (3 TFL) (3 UT, 19 AT) 3; several times, most recently Demorrio Williams, Sacks: 6. Ken Geddes, MG, vs. Missouri, Oct. 19, 1968 20 WLB, vs. Utah St., Sept. 6, 2003 (27 yards) (13 UT, 7 AT) Football Yards: 27; Demorrio Williams, WLB, vs. Utah St., 7. Lavonte David, LB, vs. South Dakota St., Sept. 25, 2010 19 Sept. 6, 2003 (3 sacks) (6 UT, 13 AT) 2; Troy Branch, WLB, vs. Colorado, Fumble Recoveries: Barrett Ruud, MLB, vs. Kansas St., Oct. 23, 2004 19 Oct. 31, 1992; Stewart Bradley, LB, vs. Nicholls St., (16 UT, 3 AT) Sept. 9, 2006; Zaire Anderson, LB at Wisconsin, 19 Mike Brown, ROV, vs. Texas, Oct. 31, 1998 Nov. 15, 2014 (8 UT, 11 AT) 1; several times, most Returns for Touchdown: 19 Brent Evans, LB vs. Kansas, Oct. 31, 1981 recently Barrett Ruud, MLB, vs. Oklahoma St., (8 UT, 11 AT) Aug. 30, 2003 (15 yards) Kim Baker, LB vs. New Mexico St., Oct. 6, 1979 19 Passes Broken Up: 4; Scott Shanle, SLB, vs. Missouri, (14 UT, 5 AT) Sept. 29, 2001 ; Marcus Newby, LB, vs. Wisconsin, Bruce Dunning, LB vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 11, 1978 19 Oct. 10, 2015 (5 UT, 14 AT) Pass Interceptions: 2; twice, Marc Munford, WLB, Clete Pillen, LB at Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1976 19 vs. Missouri, Oct. 13, 1984; Steve Damkroger, (15 UT, 4 AT) Oct. 9, 1982 Colorado, 1; Returns for Touchdown: several times, most recently Season by Position Northw e stern , Nov . 4 , 20 17 ( 49 yards) , vs. Marcus Newby Nose/Defensive Tackles Blocked Kicks: 1; several times, most recently Eric Martin, 119; Wayne Meylan, MG, 1967 Total Tackles: LB, vs. Texas, Dec. 5, 2009 (punt) 59; Wayne Meylan, MG, 1967 Unassisted Tackles: 61; Jim McCord, RT, 1967 Assisted Tackles: Defensive Backs Tackles for Loss: 25; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (163 yards) Total Tackles: 19; Mike Brown, ROV, vs. Texas, Oct. 31, 1998 Yards: 163; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (25 tackles) 12; DeJuan Groce, RCB, vs. Texas, Unassisted Tackles: 15; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (139 yards) Sacks: Nov. 2, 2002 139; Jim Skow, RT, 1985 (15 sacks) Yards: Assisted Tackles: 11; Mike Brown, ROV, vs. Texas, Fumble Recoveries: 4; Larry Jacobson, DT, 1970; 1998; Steve Carmer, SS, vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 31, Ron Pruitt, LT, 1973 Nov. 29, 1991 Returns for Touchdown: 1; Jon Clanton, DT/NT, 2001; Tackles for Loss: 5; Ciante Evans, CB, vs. Northwestern, Jason Peter, DT, 1996 Nov. 2, 2013 (23 yards) Passes Broken Up: 10; Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2009 29; Bruce Pickens, LCB, at Oklahoma St., Yards: 2; Jason Wiltz, DT, 1998; Pass Interceptions: Oct. 21, 1989 (2 TFL) Chris Spachman, LT, 1985; Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2008 2; several times, most recently Josh Mitchell, CB, Sacks: 2; Chris Spachman, LT, 1985; Returns for Touchdown: vs. Purdue, Nov. 1, 2014 (14 yards) Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2008 29; Bruce Pickens, LCB, at Oklahoma St., Yards: 3, Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2009 (1 PAT, 2 FG) Blocked Kicks: 1989 (2 sacks) Oct. 21, 2; several times; most recently Jim Fumble Recoveries: Defensive Ends Pillen, M, and Jeff Hansen, S, vs. Oklahoma, (includes Defensive Ends, 1965-88/2003-17; Outside Nov. 11, 1978 Linebackers, 1988-95; Rush Ends, 1996-2002) several times, most recently 1; Returns for Touchdown: Total Tackles: 98; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1988 Josh Mitchell, CB, Sept. 20, 2014 vs. Miami (57 yards) 53; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1988 Unassisted Tackles: ; Ralph Brown, RCB, at Long Return: 74 yards (TD) Assisted Tackles: 49; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1993 St., Nov. 14, 1998 Kansas 21; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1993 (99 yards) Tackles for Loss: Passes Broken Up: 7; Ralph Brown, RCB, vs. Colorado, 111; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1988 (17 tackles) Yards: Nov. 29, 1996 15; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1993 (88 yards) Sacks: 3; Dana Stephenson, RCB, Pass Interceptions: 88; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1993 (15 sacks) Yards: vs. Colorado, Nov. 1, 1969; Joe Blahak, LCB, 6; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1986 Fumble Recoveries: vs. Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1970; Ric Lindquist, LCB, Returns for Touchdown: 1; Demoine Adams, RE, 1999 at Kansas St., Nov. 10, 1979; Matt O’Hanlon, FS, 7; Scott Strasburger, DE, 1984; Passes Broken Up: vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 Zach Potter, DE, 2008 1; several times, most Returns for Touchdown: 3; Willie Harper, DE, 1971 Pass Interceptions: ) , at Indiana , recently Chris Jones, CB ( 33 yards Returns for Touchdown: 1; several times, most recently Oct. 15, 2016 Avery Moss, DE, 2013; Randy Gregory, DE, 2013 (TD); yards 95 Longest Nebraska Interception Return: 3; Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE, 1999 (3 FGs); Blocked Kicks: Willie Greenlaw, DB, vs. Colorado, Nov. 12, 1955; Bill Zach Potter, DE, 2008 (2 PAT, 1 FG) Kosch, S, vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 Longest Nebraska Interception Return, No TD: ; yards 68 Linebackers Bret Clark, S, vs. Minnesota, Sept. 15, 1984 152; Lavonte David, LB, 2010 Total Tackles: 2; Barron Miles, CB, vs. Pacific, 1994; Blocked Kicks: Unassisted Tackles: 86; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2004 (2 punts); Lannie Hopkins, ROV, vs. Kansas, 2002 Assisted Tackles: 95; Lee Kunz, SLB, 1977 (2 punts); Kieron Williams, S, vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 Tackles for Loss : 22; Corey McKeon, MLB, 2005 (2 punts) Yards: 92; Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 11; Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 Sacks: Top 10 Games, Total Tackles 77; Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 Yards: Tackles Player, Opponent, Date 4; Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003; Fumble Recoveries: 1. Clete Pillen, LB vs. Oklahoma St., Nov. 6, 1976 30 Stewart Bradley, LB, 2006 (14 UT, 16 AT) Returns for TD: 1; Terrell Farley, WLB, 1996 ; 2. Clete Pillen, LB at Oklahoma, Nov. 22, 1975 27 WLB, 2000; 1999; Jamie Burrow, MLB, Julius Jackson, (9 UT, 18 AT) Johnson, WLB, 1999; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2003 Eric 25 3. Jerry Murtaugh, SLB at USC, Sept. 19, 1970 10; Lavonte David, LB, 2010 Passes Broken Up: (14 UT, 11 AT) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 101

102 5; Bob Terrio, WLB, 1971 Pass Interceptions: Top 10 Seasons, Tackles for Loss 2; Terrell Farley, WLB, 1995; Returns for Touchdown: TFL Player, Pos., Year Football Bo Ruud, SLB, 2007 1. Jim Skow, RT, 1985 25 2; Terrell Farley, WLB, 1995 (2 punts); Blocked Kicks: 2. Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2009 24 Jon Hesse, MLB, 1996 (1 punt, 1 PAT); Adam Ickes, 3. Corey McKeon, MLB, 2005 22 LB, 2005 (2 FG); Eric Martin, LB, 2009 (2 punts) 4. Derrie Nelson, DE, 1980 21 21 Kenny Walker, DT, 1990 21 Trev Alberts, OLB, 1993 Defensive Backs 21 Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 Total Tackles: 102; Mike Brown, ROV, 1998 20 8. Grant Wistrom, RE, 1996 Unassisted Tackles: 56; Mike Brown, ROV, 1999 19 9. Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2008 65; Mike Brown, ROV, 1998 Assisted Tackles: 19 Randy Gregory, DE, 2013 ; Ciante Evans, CB, 2013 11 Tackles for Loss: 49; Jim Pillen, M, 1978; Ciante Evans, CB, 2013 Yards: 3; Joe Walker, ROV, 1999 (26 yards); Sacks: Career by Position 3; Toby Wright, SS, 1992 (14 yards); Nose/Defensive Tackles 3; Ciante Evans, CB, 2013 (28 yards) 238; Wayne Meylan, MG, 1965-67 Total Tackles: Yards: 33; Tim Holbrook, M, 1981 (2 sacks) Unassisted Tackles: 125; Ndamukong Suh, DT 2005-09 5; Dave Butterfield, LCB, 1975 Fumble Recoveries: Assisted Tackles: 123; Ron Pruitt, LT, 1973-76 1; Tony Veland, FS, 1995 ; Returns for Touchdown: Tackles for Loss: 57; Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 (252 yards) ; Ralph Brown, RCB, 1998 ; Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2004 Yards: 288; Jim Skow, RT, 1983-85 (44 ) TFL ; 2005; Austin Cassidy, S, 2011 Daniel Bullocks, SS, 26; Jim Skow, RT, 1983-85 (223 yards); Sacks: Josh Mitchell, CB, 2014 Danny Noonan, MG, 1984-86 (156 yards) Note: Jon Vedral, a wingback and a special teams Yards: 223; Jim Skow, RT, 1983-85 (26 sacks) standout in 1995, recovered two fumbles on punts in 9; Ron Pruitt, LT, 1973-76 Fumble Recoveries: the opponent’s end zone, to set the school record. ; 1999-2002 1; Jon Clanton, DT/NT, Returns for Touchdown: Passes Broken Up: 17; DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2000 4-97 Jason Peter, DT, 199 Pass Interceptions: 10; Josh Bullocks, FS, 2003 15; Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 Passes Broken Up: Returns for Touchdown: 3; Dave Mason, M, 1971 Pass Interceptions: 4; Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 Blocked Kicks: 4; Barron Miles, CB, 1994 (3 punts, 1 FG) 2; Chris Spachman, LT, 1983-85; Returns for Touchdown: Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 Total Tackles Top 10 Seasons, 6; Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 Blocked Kicks: Tackles Player, Pos., Year 1. Lavonte David, LB, 2010 152 Defensive Ends 2. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2003 149 (includes Defensive Ends, 1965-88/2003-1 7 ; Outside 143 3. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2004 Linebackers, 1988-95; Rush Ends, 1996-2002) 4. Lee Kunz, WLB, 1977 141 248; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 Total Tackles: 5. Lavonte David, LB, 2011 133 Unassisted Tackles: 143; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1985-88 6. Jerry Murtaugh, SLB, 1970 132 143, Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 Assisted Tackles: 7. Clete Pillen, SLB, 1976 129 58.5; Grant Wistrom, RE, 1994-97 (260 yards) Tackles for Loss: 128 8. Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 ) Yards: 260; Grant Wistrom, RE, 1994-97 (58.5 TFL 125 9. Clete Pillen, WLB, 1975 29.5; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 (196 yards) Sacks: Mike Knox, WLB, 1983 125 196; Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 (29.5 sacks) Yards: Fumble Recoveries: 7; Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1985-88; Top 10 Seasons, Unassisted Tackles Derrie Nelson, DE, 1978-80 Player, Pos., Year Tackles 1; Demoine Adams, RE, 1999 Returns for Touchdown: -2002 86 1. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2004 13; Mike Croel, OLB, 1987-90 Passes Broken Up: 2. Lavonte David, LB, 2010 84 Pass Interceptions: 3; Bill Weber, DE, 1981-84; 83 3. Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 Harper, DE, 1970-72; Zach Potter, DE, 2005-08 Willie 78 4. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2003 Returns for Touchdown: recently ral 1; seve times, most 5. Jerry Murtaugh, SLB, 1970 71 -14 2013 Randy Gregory, DE, 6. Clete Pillen, SLB, 1976 65 5; Zach Potter, DE, 2005-08 Blocked Kicks: Lavonte David, LB, 2011 65 64 8. Mike Knox, WLB, 1983 Linebackers 63 9. Lee Kunz, WLB, 1978 432; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 Total Tackles: 61 10. Corey McKeon, MLB, 2005 Unassisted Tackles: 218; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 214; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 Assisted Tackles: Top 10 Sacks Seasons, (120 yards) 50; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 Tackles for Loss: Player, Pos., Year Sacks Yards: (32 TFL) 134; Carlos Polk, MLB, 1997-00 1. Jim Skow, RT, 1985 15 Sacks: (92 yards) 12; Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2002-03 Trev Alberts, OLB, 1993 15 (12 sacks) WLB, 2002-03 92; Demorrio Williams, Yards: 12 3. Danny Noonan, DT, 1986 5; Tom Ruud, SLB, 1972-74; Fumble Recoveries: Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2009 12 Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2002-03 5. Danny Noonan, DT, 1985 11 ; 6 Returns for TD: 1; Terrell Farley, WLB, 199 5-9 Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1986 11 99 96- Johnson, WLB, 19 99; Eric WLB, Julius Jackson, 96- 19 Kenny Walker, DT, 1990 11 Jamie Burrow, MLB, 1-04 1998- 200 1 ; Barrett Ruud, MLB, 200 11 Demorrio Williams, WLB, 2003 Passes Broken Up: 13; Mike Knox, WLB, 1981-85 10.5 9. Randy Gregory, DE, 2013 Pass Interceptions: 11; Tom Novak, LB, 1946-49 10. Jimmy Williams, DE, 1981 10 3, Bo Ruud, WLB, 2004-07 Returns for Touchdown: 10 Neil Smith, MG, 1986 Blocked Kicks: 3; Terrell Farley, WLB, 1995-96 Tim Rother, DT, 1987 10 Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1988 10 Defensive Backs 10 Jared Tomich, OLB, 1995 Total Tackles: 287; Mike Brown, ROV, 1996-99 63 - 2013 Unassisted Tackles: 1 16 ; Nathan Gerry , S , 150; Mike Brown, ROV, 1996-99 Assisted Tackles: Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 102

103 1 ; ( 31 yards) 2013 , S Tackles for Loss: - Nathan Gerry 16 9 , Top 10 Interception Returns ) TFL 80; Jim Pillen, M, 1976-78 (13 Yards: Yards Player, Pos., Opponent, Date 5; Ciante Evans, CB, 2010-13 (46 yards) Sacks: Willie Greenlaw, DB, vs. Colorado, Nov. 12, 1955 (TD) 1. 95 49; Tim Holbrook, M, 1981-82 (3 sacks) Yards: 95 Bill Kosch, S, vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 (TD) 5; Joe Blahak, LCB, 1969-71; Fumble Recoveries: 3. Bo Ruud, SLB, vs. Iowa State, Sept. 29, 2007 (TD) 93 Dave Butterfield, LCB, 1974-76; Bret Clark, S, 1982-84; Football 4. John Bordogna, DB, vs. Colorado, Nov. 14, 1953 (TD) 89 Ralph Brown, RCB,1996-99 5. Noel Martin, LB, vs. Missouri, Nov. 3, 1962 (TD) 88 2; Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2002-05 Returns for Touchdown: 87 6. John Edwards, LB, at Ohio St., Sept. 24, 1955 (TD) 50; Ralph Brown, RCB, 1996-99 Passes Broken Up: 7. Charles Fryar, CB, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1988 (TD) 86 Pass Interceptions: 14; Dana Stephenson, RCB, 1967-69 86 Mike Fullman, RCB, at Kansas, Nov. 11, 1995 (TD) 3; Dave Mason, M, 1969-71; Returns for Touchdown: Mike Minter, ROV, vs. Michigan St., Sept. 7, 1996 (TD) 84 9. Joe Walker, ROV, 1997-00 10. Ralph Brown, RCB, at Oklahoma, Nov. 2, 1996 (TD) 83 7; Barron Miles, CB, 1992-94 (7 punts) Blocked Kicks: Interceptions Season Top 10 Career Bests (all positions) Interceptions: 10; Josh Bullocks, FS, 2003 (154 yards) Return Yards: 187; Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2004 (5 INT) Unassisted Tackles Touchdowns: 3; Dave Mason, M, 1971 Player, Pos., Years Tackles 1. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 218 163 2. Nathan Gerry, S, 2013-16 Top 10 Interception Seasons 3 . Steve Damkroger, SLB, 1979-82 157 Player, Pos., Year INT 153 4 . Marc Munford, WLB, 1983-86 1. Josh Bullocks, FS, 2003 10 152 5. Joshua Kalu, DB, 2014-17 7 2. Larry Wachholtz, S, 1966 6 . Lavonte David, LB, 2010-11 149 Dana Stephenson, RCB, 1969 7 148 . Jerry Murtaugh, SLB, 1968-70 7 7 Bill Kosch, S, 1970 143 . Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1985-88 8 6 5. Dave Mason, M, 1971 9 . Mike Brown, ROV, 1996-99 137 6 Kenny Wilhite, CB, 1991 . Carlos Polk, MLB, 1997-00 134 10 Matt O’Hanlon, FS, 2009 6 5 8. Tom Novak, LB, 1948 Bob Decker, DB, 1951 5 Sacks Marv Mueller, S, 1965 5 Player, Pos., Years Sacks 5 Dana Stephenson, RCB, 1968 1. Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 29.5 5 Bret Clark, S, 1983 2. Grant Wistrom, RE, 1994-97 26.5 Bret Clark, S, 1984 5 3. Jim Skow, RT, 1983-85 26 5 Tyrone Byrd, FS, 1990 24 4. Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 Barron Miles, CB, 1994 5 Danny Noonan, MG, 1984-86 24 5 Mike Minter, ROV, 1996 22.5 6. Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1985-88 5 Mike Brown, ROV, 1999 20.5 7. Adam Carriker, DE, 2003-06 5 Troy Watchorn, FS, 2000 20 8. Jared Crick, DT, 2008-11 5 Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2004 9. Randy Gregory, DE, 2013-14 17.5 5 Prince Amukamara, CB, 2009 10. Barry Turner, DE, 2005-09 17 Eric Hagg, DB, 2010 5 Gerry, S, 2014 han 5 Nat Tackles for Loss 5 Kieron Williams, S, 2016 TFL Player, Pos., Years Note: Fabian Washington set the NU freshman record with 1. Grant Wistrom, OLB, 1994-97 58.5 four interceptions in 2002. 57 2. Ndamukong Suh, DT, 2005-09 50 3. Barrett Ruud, MLB, 2001-04 Interceptions Career 45 4. Trev Alberts, OLB, 1990-93 Interceptions: 14; Dana Stephenson, RCB, 1967-69 (224 yards) 44 5. Jim Skow, RT, 1982-85 253; Ralph Brown, RCB, 1996-99 (11 INT) Return Yards: 6. Willie Harper, DE, 1970-72 41 Touchdowns: 3; Dave Mason, M, 1969-71; Adam Carriker, DE, 2003-06 41 ROV,1997-00; Bo Ruud, LB, 2004-07 Joe Walker, 8. Broderick Thomas, OLB, 1985-88 39 38 9. Mike Rucker, RE, 1995-98 Jay Moore, DE, 2003-06 38 Top 10 Interception Careers Player, Pos., Years INT 1. Dana Stephenson, RCB, 1967-69 14 Interceptions Game 13 2. Josh Bullocks, FS, 2002-04 Interceptions: 3; Dana Stephenson, RCB, vs. Colorado, 13 Nathan Gerry, S, 2013-16 Nov. 1, 1969; Joe Blahak, LCB, vs. Kansas St., . Bret Clark, S, 1982-84 4 12 Nov. 14, 1970; Ric Lindquist, LCB, at Kansas St., 11 5 . Tom Novak, LB, 1946-49 Nov. 10, 1979; Matt O’Hanlon, FS, vs. Oklahoma, Larry Wachholtz, S, 1964-66 11 Nov. 7, 2009 11 Tyrone Byrd, FS, 1989-92 116; Joe Blahak, LCB, vs. Kansas St., Return Yards: Ralph Brown, RCB, 1996-99 11 Nov. 14, 1970 (3 INT); Bill Kosch, S, vs. Texas A&M, 11 Fabian Washington, CB, 2002-04 25, 1971 (2 INT) Sept. 10 . Bill Kosch, S, 1969-71 10 1; many times, most recently Touchdowns: Joe Blahak, LCB, 1970-72 10 vs. Northwestern 7 (49 yards) , 201 4 . Nov , B, L , Marcus Newby Long Nebraska Interception Return: 95; Willie Greenlaw, DB, vs. Colorado, Nov. 12, 1955 (TD); Bill Kosch, S, Pass Breakups vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 (TD) Passes Broken Up, Game: 7; Ralph Brown, RCB, vs. Colorado, 68; Long Nebraska Interception Return, No TD: Nov. 29, 1996 Bret Clark, S, vs. Minnesota, Sept. 15, 1984 17; DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2000 Passes Broken Up, Season: 50; Ralph Brown, RCB, 1996-99 Passes Broken Up, Career: Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 103

104 74 6. Jesse Kosch, vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 Top 10 Pass Breakup Games 73 7. Darin Erstad, at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1994 Player, Pos., Opponent, Date PBU Football Dan Hadenfeldt, vs. California, Nov. 26, 1999 73 1. Ralph Brown, RCB, vs. Colorado, Nov. 29, 1996 7 71 9. Kyle Larson, vs. Troy St., Oct. 4, 2003 2. Fabian Washington, CB, vs. Kansas, Oct. 2, 2004 6 71 Kyle Larson, vs. Utah St., Sept. 7, 2002 oe Blahak, LCB, vs. Oklahoma State, Oct. 28, 1972 J 5 3. Bowl Game Record 5 DeJuan Groce, RCB, at Iowa State, Oct. 7, 2000 , 6 2014 , 27 . Dec USC , vs. Sam Foltz 4 DeJuan Groce, RCB, at Missouri, Sept. 29, 2001 5 Bowl Holiday Erwin Swiney, LCB, at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 5 Kellen Huston, CB, at Pittsburgh, Sept. 18, 2004 5 Zackary Bowman, CB, vs. Michigan, Dec. 28, 2005 5 Punting Season 5 Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 Punts: 77; Alex Henery, 2009 (41.39 avg.) 10. Brian Davis, RCB, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 12, 1985 4 46.51; Sam Koch, 2005 Average (min. 30 punts): 4 Keyuo Craver, LCB, vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 18, 1999 (3,302 yards, 71 punts) Ralph Brown, RCB, vs. Texas, Dec. 4, 1999 4 Scott Shanle, SLB, at Missouri, Sept. 29, 2001 4 Top 10 Seasons, Punting Average 4 Daniel Bullocks, SS, vs. Kansas, Oct. 2, 2004 Avg. Punter, Year (Yards, Punts) Ndamukong Suh, DT, at Virginia Tech, Sept. 19, 2009 4 46.51 1. Sam Koch, 2005 (3,302 yards, 71 punts) 4 Marcus Newby, LB, Wisconsin, Oct. 10, 2015 45.12 2. Kyle Larson, 2003 (2,978 yards, 66 punts) Bowl Game 3. Dan Hadenfeldt, 1999 (2,924 yards, 65 punts) 44.98 Zackary Bowman, CB, vs. Michigan, Dec. 28, 2005 5 4. Bill Lafleur, 1998 (2,337 yards, 52 punts) 44.94 Alamo Bowl 5. Jesse Kosch, 1996 (1,967 yards, 44 punts) 44.70 6. Brett Maher, 2011 (2,626, 59 punts) 44.51 Top 10 Pass Breakup Seasons 44.23 7. Sam Foltz, 2015 (2,477, 56 punts) PBU Player, Pos., Year . Dan Hadenfeldt, 2000 (1,708 yards, 39 punts) 43.79 8 1. DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2000 17 . Grant Campbell, 1981 (1,821 yards, 42 punts) 43.36 9 2. Ralph Brown, RCB, 1999 15 10 . Kyle Larson, 2002 (3,156 yards, 73 punts) 43.23 15 Fabian Washington, CB, 2004 14 4. Ralph Brown, RCB, 1998 Punting Career DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2001 14 195; Kyle Larson, 2001-02-03 (43.67 avg.) Punts: Zackary Bowman, CB, 2005 14 44.54; Average (min. 100 punts): Dan Hadenfeldt, 1997- 20 00 7. Barron Miles, RCB, 1994 13 (4,632 yards, 104 punts) 13 Erwin Swiney, LCB, 1998 Keyuo Craver, LCB, 2000 13 Top 10 Careers, Punting Average Keyuo Craver, LCB, 2001 13 Punter, Year, (Yards, Punts) Avg. Fabian Washington, LCB, 2002 (freshman record) 13 Dan Hadenfeldt, 1997- 20 00 (4,632 yards, 104 punts) 44.54 1. 13 Prince Amukamara, CB, 2010 2. Sam Koch, 2002-05 (5,902 yards, 134 punts) 44.04 13 Josh Mitchell, CB, 2014 43.67 3. Kyle Larson, 2001-03 (8,515 yards, 195 punts) 4. Brett Maher, 2011-12 (5,178 yards, 120 punts) 43.15 Top 10 Pass Breakup Careers 5. Sam Foltz, 2013-15 (8,090 yards, 190 punts) 42.58 PBU Player, Pos., Years 6 . 42.18 Alex Henery, 2007-10 (6,201 yards, 147 punts) 50 1. Ralph Brown, RCB, 1996-99 . 41.92 Jesse Kosch, 1994-97 (4,234 yards, 101 punts) 7 2. Keyuo Craver, LCB, 1998-01 41 8. Mike Stigge, 1989-92 (6,973 yards, 167 punts) 41.75 DeJuan Groce, RCB, 1999-02 41 41.04 Scott Livingston, 1982-84 (3,406 yards, 83 punts) 9. 4. Erwin Swiney, LCB, 1997-01 38 10. Grant Campbell, 1980-82 (3,157 yards, 77 punts) 41.00 38 Fabian Washington, LCB, 2002-04 6. Cortney Grixby, CB, 2004-07 32 Punt Return Game 7. Prince Amukamara, CB, 2007-10 27 Returns: 9; Dana Stephenson, CB/P, at TCU, Joshua Kalu, DB, 2014-17 27 (68 yards) Oct. 25, 1967 25 . Josh Mitchell, CB, 2011-14 9 170; Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Oklahoma State, Yards: 22 . Daniel Bullocks, SS, 2002-05 10 Oct. 23, 1971 (7 ret.) 22 Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, 2011-13 Yards Per Return (min. 3 ret.): 44.67; De'Mornay Pierson-El, WR, at Iowa, Nov. 28, 2014 (3 returns, 134 yards) Note: Before 2000, pass breakups did not include pass Touchdowns: 2; DeJuan Groce, RCB, vs. Troy St., interceptions in the total number of breakups, per NCAA (83 and 72 yards) Aug. 31, 2002 rules. In the 2000 season, interceptions were included in 95 (TD); Eric Hagg, DB, vs. Long Nebraska Punt Return: the total. (In addition to his 50 career breakups from 1996 Texas, Oct. 16, 2010 to 1999, Ralph Brown had seven interceptions). In 2001, Long Nebraska Punt Return, No TD: 68; Corey Dixon, SE, the rule changed back and pass breakups did not include at Colorado, Oct. 30, 1993 interceptions, per NCAA rules. Top 10 Longest Punt Returns Individual Special Teams Records Yards Player, Opponent, Date 1. Eric Hagg, DB, vs. Texas, Oct. 16, 2010 (TD) 95 Punting Game 2. 94 Bobby Newcombe, WB, vs. Missouri, Sept. 30, 2000 (TD) 18; Paul Dobson, vs. Notre Dame, Nov. 28, 1918 Punts: 3. Johnny Rodgers, WB, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 1971 (TD) 92 Average (min. 3 punts): 57.6; Dan Hadenfeldt, 4. DeJuan Groce, CB, vs. Missouri, Oct. 12, 2002 (TD) 89 vs. Colorado, Nov. 26, 1999 (7 punts, 403 yards) 5. Nate Swift, WR, vs. Virginia Tech, Sept. 27, 2008 (TD) 88 Long Nebraska Punt: 87; Mike Stigge, 6. Dave Butterfield, CB, vs. TCU, Sept. 25, 1976 (TD) 87 vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 10, 1992 7. De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, at Fresno St., Sept. 13, 2014 (TD) 86 8. Pat Fischer, HB, vs. Oklahoma St., Nov. 12, 1960 (TD) 84 Top 10 Longest Punts 9. DeJuan Groce, CB, vs. Troy St., Aug. 31, 2002 (TD) 83 Yards Punter, Opponent, Date 10. Don Bloom, HB, vs. Kansas St., Nov. 6, 1948 (TD) 82 1. Mike Stigge, vs. Oklahoma St., Oct. 10, 1992 87 82 Ron Clark, HB, at Penn St., Oct. 15, 1949 (TD) 84 2. Sam Koch, vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 17, 2005 82 Irving Fryar, WB, at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1982 (TD) 3. Kyle Larson, at Texas, Nov. 1, 2003 80 Bowl Game Record 4. S am Koch, vs. Wake Forest, Sept. 10, 2005 76 77 Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Alabama, Jan. 1, 1972 (TD) Alex Henery, at Virginia Tech, Sept. 19, 2009 76 Orange Bowl Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 104

105 Other Bowl Game Punt Return Touchdowns Touchdowns: 1; by several players, most recently DeJuan Groce, CB, vs. Miami, Jan. 3, 2002 (TD) 71 vs. Arkansas 2 . Sept State, (99 yards) 7 JD Spielman , WR, , 201 Rose Bowl Long Nebraska Kickoff Return: 1 05 (TD); Owen Frank, B, 60 DeJuan Groce, CB, vs. Mississippi, Dec. 27, 2002 (TD) vs. Kansas St., Oct. 14, 1911; Modern record: 100 (TD); Independence Bowl Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Fresno St., Sept. 10, 2011; Dana Brinson, WB, vs. Florida St., Jan. 1, 1988 (TD) 52 WR, at Oklahoma State, Oct. 23, 2010; Niles Paul, Football Fiesta Bowl t Kansas State, Oct. 8, 1949 a Ron Clark, HB, Punt Return Season Top 10 Longest Kickoff Returns Returns: 43; DeJuan Groce, CB, 2002 (732 yards) Yards Player, Opponent, Date Yards: 732; DeJuan Groce, CB, 2002 (43 ret.) 1. Owen Frank, B, vs. Kansas State, Oct. 14, 1911 105 20.33; Bobby Newcombe, Yards Per Return (min. 10 ret.): 2. Ron Clark, HB, at Kansas State, Oct. 8, 1949 100 WB, 1997 (12 returns, 244 yards) Niles Paul, WR, at Oklahoma State, Oct. 23, 2010 100 4; DeJuan Groce, CB, 2002 Touchdowns: Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Fresno State, Sept. 10, 2011 100 5. Tyrone Hughes, WB, at Kansas State, Oct. 6, 1990 99 Joe Walker, ROV, vs. Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 99 Top 10 Season Punt Return Yards Kenny Bell, WR, at Penn State, Nov. 23, 2013 99 Yards Player, Opponent, Year JD Spielman, WR, vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 99 732 1. DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2002 (43 ret.) 9. Johnny Rodgers, WB, vs. Texas A&M, Sept. 25, 1971 98 2. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1972 (39 ret.) 618 Keith Jones, IB, vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 98 3. De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, 2014 (34 ret.) 596 Bowl Game Record 4. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1971 (33 ret.) 548 Willie Ross, HB, vs. Miami, Dec. 15, 1962, 92 5. DeJuan Groce, RCB, 2001 (33 ret.) 469 Gotham Bowl 452 6. Larry Wachholtz, S, 1965 (31 ret.) 407 7. Niles Paul, WR, 2009 (38 ret.) 349 8. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970 (26 ret.) Kick Return Season 9. Cortney Grixby, CB, 2005 (32 ret.) 333 Returns: 45; Cortney Grixby, CB, 2007 (1,094 yards) 10. Dana Brinson, WB, 1986 (27 ret.) 330 1,094; Cortney Grixby, CB, 2007 (45 ret.) Yards: 33.71; Pat Fischer, HB, 1958 Yards Per Return (min. 5 ret.): Note: Johnny Rodgers (1971) and Joe Walker (1998) are the only Huskers (7 ret., 236 yards) to return a punt and kickoff for a touchdown in the same season. In 1971, 1; by several players, Touchdowns: Rodgers had a 98-yard kickoff return against Texas A&M and three punt most recently Kenny Bell, WR, 2013 returns for touchdowns (92 at Oklahoma State, 62 vs. Iowa State, 72 vs. Oklahoma). In 1998, Walker tied an NCAA record by returning a punt, a kickoff and an interception for touchdowns in the same season. Walker Top 10 Season Kickoff Return Yards opened the year with a 99-yard kickoff return touchdown against Louisiana Player, Opponent, Year Yards Tech, before adding a 73-yard punt return for a touchdown against Oklahoma 1, 1. Cortney Grixby, CB, 2007 (45 ret.) 094 State and a 65-yard interception return for a touchdown at Iowa State. 994 2. Josh Davis, IB, 2002 (42 ret.) 3. Niles Paul, WR, 2008 (41 ret.) 969 Punt Return Career 763 4. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011 (26 ret.) 98; Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 (1,515 yards) Returns: 5. Josh Davis, IB, 2001 (25 ret.) 675 Yards: 1,515; Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 (98 ret.) 6. JD Spielman, WR, 2017 (26 ret.) 669 Yards Per Return: 18.33; Pat Fischer, HB, 1958-60 . Kenny Bell, WR, 2013 (23 ret.) 609 7 (30 ret., 550 yards) 8 . Josh Davis, IB, 2003 (23 ret.) 596 7; Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 Touchdowns: 523 . Tyrone Hughes, WB, 1990 (18 ret.) 9 510 . Dana Brinson, WB, 1988 (23 ret.) 10 Top 10 Career Punt Return Yards Player, Opponent, Years Yards Kick Return Career 1,515 1. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 (98 ret.) 92; Josh Davis, IB, 2000-03 (2,265 yards) Returns: 2. DeJuan Groce, CB, 1999-02 (78 ret.) ,218 1 Yards: 2,265; Josh Davis, IB, 2000-03 (92 ret.) 3. De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR, 2014-17 (74 ret.) 904 Yards Per Return (min. 10 ret.): 28.29; Tyrone Hughes, WB, . Bobby Newcombe, WB, 1997-00 (48 ret.) 4 829 1989-92 (51 ret., 1,443 yards) 817 . Tyrone Hughes, WB, 1989-92 (65 ret.) 5 2; Niles Paul, WR, 2007-10 Touchdowns: . Larry Wachholtz, S, 1964-66 (62 ret.) 6 788 7 . Dana Brinson, WB, 1985-88 (77 ret.) 767 Top 10 Career Kickoff Return Yards 8 708 . Irving Fryar, WB, 1981-83 (60 ret.) Yards Player, Opponent, Years 665 9 . Jeff Smith, IB, 1981-84 (44 ret.) 2,265 1. Josh Davis, IB, 2000-03 (92 ret.) 10 . Joe Walker, ROV, 1997-00 (78 ret.) 653 2. Niles Paul, WR, 2007-10 (77 ret.) 1,887 1,592 3. Ameer Abdullah, IB, 2011-14 (61 ret.) Kick Return Game 4. Tyrone Hughes, WB, 1989-92 (51 ret.) 1,443 Joe Walker, ROV, at Missouri, Nov. 8, 1997 7; Returns: 1,277 5. Kenny Bell, WR, 2011-14 (51 ret.) (185 yards); 6. Joe Walker, ROV, 1997-00 (53 ret.) 1,159 Josh Davis, IB, at Kansas St., Nov. 16, 2002 7. Dana Brinson, WB, 1985-88 (51 ret.) 1,154 (186 yards); 1,094 8. Cortney Grixby, CB, 2004-07 (45 ret.) Oct. 13, 2007 CB, vs. Oklahoma St., Cortney Grixby, 847 9. Johnny Rodgers, WB, 1970-72 (35 ret.) (161 yards); 818 10. Frank Solich, FB, 1963-65 (35 ret.) Courtney Grixby, CB, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (107 yards); Niles Paul, WR, at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 (145 yards) Ameer Abdullah, IB, at Wisconsin, Oct. 1, 2011 (187 yards) JD Spielman, WR, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (150 yards) 211; Ameer Abdullah, IB, vs. Fresno St., Yards: (5 returns) Sept. 10, 2011 51.0; Tyrone Hughes,WB, Yards Per Return (min. 3 ret.): at Kansas St., Oct. 6, 1990 (3 ret., 153 yards) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 105

106 Nebraska Team Offensive Records Football High First Downs by Rush: 36; vs. New Mexico St., Scoring Game Sept. 18, 1982 (NCAA record) 119; vs. Haskell (0), Nov. 24, 1910 High Points: Low First Downs by Rush: 0; vs. Colorado, Nov. 18, 1961 84; at Minnesota (13), Sept. 17, 1983 Modern era: 24; vs. Iowa State, Oct. 1, 2005 High First Downs by Pass: Low Points: 0; 99 times, most recently at Arizona St. (19), 0; several times, most recently Low First Downs by Pass: Sept. 21, 1996 at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 119; vs. Haskell (119-0), Nov. 24, 1910 Victory Margin: High First Downs by Penalty: 6; vs. USC, Sept. 20, 1969; Modern era: 71; at Minnesota (84-13), Sept. 17, 1983 vs. Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998; vs. USC, Sept. 15, 2007 60; at Texas Tech (10-70), Oct. 9, 2004 Losing Margin: 0; several times, most recently Low First Downs by Penalty: Points, Half: 1st: 63; vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995; vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 vs. Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1997 56; vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 2, 1996 2nd: 38; vs. Baylor, Oct. 21, 2000 Points, Quarter: 1st: First Downs, Season 35; at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978; vs. Kansas, Oct. 2nd: 330; 2012 High First Downs: 26, 1996 56; 1947 Low First Downs: 48; vs. Colorado, Oct. 22, 1983 3rd: High First Downs by Rush: 249; 1982 30; at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1982 4th: Low First Downs by Rush: 42; 1947 High Touchdowns: 12; at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 184; 2007 High First Downs by Pass: 0; several times, most recently Low Touchdowns: Low First Downs by Pass: 12; 1947 Nov. 5, 2016 , at Ohio St. High First Downs by Penalty: 29; 2012 PATs Made, Kick: 11; at Army, Sept. 23, 1972; Low First Downs by Penalty: 1; 1946 vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995; vs. Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1997 Rushing, Game 5; at Kansas, Nov. 10, 1962 (5 att.) 2PATs Made: 677; vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 High Yards: 5; at Kansas, Nov. 10, 1962 (5 made) 2PATs Attempted: (NCAA record, 78 att.) Field Goals Made: 7; at Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 Low Yards: -17; vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 (33 att.) (ties NCAA record, 7 att.) High Attempts: 86; vs. South Dakota, Sept. 20, 1952 (398 yards) Field Goals Attempted: 7; at Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 Low Attempts: 16; vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (44 yards) (ties NCAA record, 7 made) ; vs. Southern Miss, High Yards Per Attempt: 10.82; at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 Sept. 26, 2015 (5 made) (55 att., 595 yards) 1; several times, most recently, Safeties: -0.52; vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 Low Yards Per Attempt: Sept vs. Arkansas State, . 2 , 201 7 (33 att., -17 yards) Quickest Score: 0:07; Terrell Farley 21-yard fumble return 9; at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983; Touchdowns: at Texas Tech, Oct. 19, 1996 vs. Oregon, Sept. 28, 1985; vs. Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1997 Top 10 Scoring Games (all time) Top 10 Rushing Games Points NU Opponent, Date NU Opponent, Date Yards 1. vs. Haskell (0), Nov. 24, 1910 119 677 1. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 (78 att.) 2. vs. Kearney State (0), Oct. 7, 1911 117 2. at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 (73 att.) 641 102 3. at Creighton (0), Oct. 28, 1905 3. Iowa St., Nov. 4, 1995 (68 att.) 624 4. vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (0), Oct. 6, 1917 100 617 4. Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 (77 att.) 85 5. vs. Doane (0), Nov. 23, 1907 5. Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1987 (70 att.) 604 6. at Minnesota (13), Sept. 17, 1983 84 595 6. at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 (55 att.) 81 7. vs. Bellevue (0), Oct. 5, 1912 7. Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1988 (60 att.) 570 8. at Army (7), Sept. 23, 1972 77 569 8. Pacific, Sept. 23, 1995 (70 att.) 77 vs. Arizona State (28), Sept. 16, 1995 567 9. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1983 (66 att.) vs. Iowa State (14), Nov. 15, 1997 77 566 10. at Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1988 (68 att.) Scoring Season Fewest Rushing Yards in a Game 624; 1983 : High Points Yards NU Opponent, Date Low Points: 21; 1892 -17 1. Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 (33 att.) 52.4; 1995 (576 in 11 games) High Points Per Game: 2. at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (19 att.) -2 Low Points Per Game: 4.2; 1892 (21 in 5 games) 4 3. Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 1949 (38 att.) High Touchdowns: 89; 1983 4. at Penn St., Oct. 15, 1949 (35 att.) 5 10; 1957, 1958 Low Touchdowns: 5. at Syracuse, Oct. 18, 1958 (35 att.) 11 77; 1983 High PATs Made, Kick: at Missouri, Nov. 18, 1967 (44 att.) 11 Low PATs Made, Kick: 4; 1957 (10 att.) 14 7. Minnesota, Oct. 1, 1949 (38 att.) High 2PATs Made (since 1958): 1; 1962 (20 att.) 8. Oklahoma, Oct. 29, 2005 (34 att.) 16 0; several times, Low 2PATs Made (since 1958): 21 9. at Kansas, Nov. 5, 2005 (22 att.) 7 most recently 201 22 10. at Oklahoma, Nov. 13, 1948 (28 att.) High 2PATs Attempted (since 1958): 20; 1962 (11 made) 0; several times, Low 2PATs Attempted (since 1958): Rushing, Season most recently 2013 High Yards: 4,820; 1983 (724 att.) 24 ; 2009 (28 att.) High Field Goals Made: 918; 1947 (315 att.) Low Yards: Low Field Goals Made: 0; several times, most recently 1951 401.7; 1983 (4,820 yards/12 games) High Yards Per Game: High Field Goals Attempted: 28; 2009 (24 made) 96.0; 2005 (1,152 yards/12 games) Low Yards Per Game: Low Field Goals Attempted: 1; several times, most recently 1951 High Attempts: 762; 1982 (4,732 yards) Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.): 94.7; 2010 (18-19) Low Attempts: 315; 1947 (918 yards) Safeties: 3; 1989, 1999 7.01; 1995 (627 att., 4,398 yards) High Yards Per Attempt: Low Yards Per Attempt: 2.57; 1958 (442 att., 1,135 yards) First Downs, Game 580; 1951 High Yards Lost: 44; vs. Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 High First Downs: 157; 1974 Low Yards Lost: Low First Downs: 0; vs. Colorado, Nov. 18, 1961 66; 1983, 1997 High Touchdowns: Low Touchdowns: 3; 1958 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 106

107 Fewest Passing Yards in a Game Passing, Game 519; vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 (43 att., 31 comp.) Yards High Yards: NU Opponent, Date -3 -3; at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 (9 att., 1 comp.) Low Yards: 1. at Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1986 (9 att., 1 comp.) 2. 0 High Attempts: Eight times, most recently vs. Colorado, Nov. 18, 1961 58; at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (31 comp.) 1; at Iowa St., Nov. 12, 1949 (0 comp.) 3 10. at Colorado, Nov. 28, 1987 (6 att., 3 comp.) Low Attempts: Football 37, at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 (45 att.) High Completions: 0; eight times, most recently vs. Colorado, Low Completions: Passing, Season Nov. 18, 1961 High Yards: 3,886; 2007 (481 att., 296 comp.) High Completion Pct. (min. 15 att.): 85.19; at Kansas, Low Yards: 321; 1960 (72 att., 24 comp.) Oct. 19, 1974 (27 att., 23 comp.) 323.8, 2007 (3,886 yards/12 games) High Yards Per Game: Low Completion Pct. (min. 15 att.): 17.65; three times, Low Yards Per Game: 32.1; 1960 (321 yards/10 games) most recently at Iowa St., Nov. 9, 1957 (17 att., 3 comp.) 481; 2007 (296 comp.) High Attempts: High Yards Per Attempt (min. 15 att.): 17.1; vs. Baylor, 72; 1960 (24 comp.) Low Attempts: Oct. 16, 2004 (20 att., 342 yards) 296; 2007 (481 att.) High Completions: 0.59; at Penn St., Low Yards Per Attempt (min. 15 att.): Low Completions: 24; 1960 (72 att.) Oct. 15, 1949 (17 att., 10 yards) 68.13; 2008 (433 att., 295 comp.) High Completion Pct.: 28.30; High Yards Per Completion (min. 10 comp.): 28.57; 1947 (91 att., 26 comp.) Low Completion Pct.: at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978 (10 comp., 283 yards) 9.09; 1978 (198 att., 1,800 yards) High Yards Per Attempt: Low Yards Per Completion (min. 10 comp.): 5.33; 3.91; 1959 (101 att., 395 yards) Low Yards Per Attempt: at Minnesota, Oct. 2, 1948 (12 comp., 64 yards) 19.64; 1989 (55 comp., 1,080 yards) High Yards Per Completion: Attempts, No INT: 55; vs. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 11.16; 1958 (37 comp., 413 yards) Low Yards Per Completion: Interceptions: 5; vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 13, 1954 (23 att.) High Interceptions: 23; 2004 (322 att.) at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (42 att.) Low Interceptions: 3; 1989 (168 att.); 1996 (222 att.) 26.67; at Oklahoma, High INT Pct. (min. 15 att.): 17.82; 1957 (101 att., 18 INT) High INT Pct.: Nov. 23, 1985 (15 att., 4 INT) Low INT Pct.: 1.35; 1996 (222 att., 3 INT) Touchdown Passes: 7 vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 (43 att.) 32; 2006 (411 att.) High Touchdown Passes: 33.33; vs. UCLA, Sept. 12, 1987; Touchdown Pct. (min. 15 att.): Low Touchdown Passes: 1; 1957 (101 att.); 1960 (72 att.) at Missouri, Oct. 31, 1987 (both 15 att., 5 TD) High Touchdown Pct.: 13.69; 1989 (168 att., 23 TD) High NCAA Rating (min. 15 att.): 298.2; vs. UCLA, 0.99; 1957 (101 att., 1 TD) Low Touchdown Pct: Sept. 12, 1987 (15-10-0/217/5) High NCAA Rating: 166.9; 1989 (168-83-3/1,518/23) -24.5; at Penn St., Low NCAA Rating (min. 15 att.): 35.9; 1957 (101-33-18/428/1) Low NCAA Rating: Oct. 15, 1949 (17-3-4/10/0) Total Offense, Game 300-Yard Passing Games (41) 883; vs. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 High Yards: NU Opponent, Date Yards (677 rush, 206 pass) 519 1. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 (43 att., 31 comp.) Low Yards: 15; at Penn St., Oct. 15, 1949 (5 rush, 10 pass) 484 2. at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (58 att., 31 comp.) Yards, Half: 508 (1st); vs. Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 3. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (37 att., 29 comp.) 438 (284 rush, 224 pass) 4. Iowa St., Oct. 1, 2005 (55 att., 36 comp.) 431 108; at Missouri, Oct. 9, 1971 (73 rush, 35 pass) High Attempts: at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 (50 att., 32 comp.) 431 Low Attempts: 35; three times, most recently 6. Wyoming, Sept. 10, 2016 (35 att., 21 comp.) 412 vs. Colorado, Nov. 18, 1961 (23 rush, 12 pass) 7. at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 (48 att., 29 comp.) 407 High Yards Per Attempt: 11.288; at Kansas State, Oct. 7, 2010 8. at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (50 att., 25 comp.) 405 (52 att., 587 yards); 11.286; at Minnesota, 9. at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (41 att., 26 comp.) 399 Sept. 17, 1983 (70 att., 790 yards) 395 10. Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (33 att., 15 comp.) Low Yards Per Attempt: 0.29; at Penn St., Oct. 15, 1949 392 11. at Colorado, Nov. 25, 2005 (48 att., 27 comp.) (52 att., 15 yards) 389 12. USC, Sept. 15, 2007 (54 att., 36 comp.) 13. vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 (51 att., 32 comp.) 381 Top 10 Total Offense Games 14. Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (35 att., 23 comp.) 368 NU Opponent, Date (Rush-Pass-Attempts) Yards 15. at Kansas, Oct. 21, 1972 (38 att., 19 comp.) 360 1. New Mexico St., Sept. 18, 1982 (677-206-104) 883 16. Arkansas State, Sept. 12, 2009 (41 att., 30 comp.) 358 799 2. at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1978 (516-283-77) 17. at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 (45 att., 37 comp.) 357 790 3. at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 (595-195-70) 18. Southern Miss, Sept. 1, 2012 (34 att., 26 comp.) 354 787 4. Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 (617-170-98) 19. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (47 att., 27 comp.) 349 784 5. Florida Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2014 (498-286-92) 20. Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008 (36 att., 20 comp.) 345 776 6. Iowa St., Nov. 4, 1995 (624-152-89) 21. Baylor, Oct. 16, 2004 (20 att., 13 comp.) 342 731 7. Pacific, Sept. 23, 1995 (569-162-106) at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 (39 att., 27 comp.) 342 723 8. Kansas St., Oct. 7, 1989 (542-181-87) 23. Baylor, Oct. 25, 2008 (46 att., 32 comp.) 336 9. Colorado, Oct. 10, 1981 (541-173-90) 719 24. Louisiana Tech, Sept. 2, 2006 (36 att., 24 comp.) 332 10. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 (183-519-80) 702 25. Missouri, Oct. 14, 1972 (29 att., 20 comp.) 329 26. at Iowa State, Oct. 18, 2008 (37 att., 27 comp.) 328 Lowest Total Offense Games by Nebraska 328 Kansas, Nov. 8, 2008 (38 att., 29 comp.) NU Opponent, Date (Attempts) Yards 28. at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 (35 att., 23 comp.) 323 1. at Penn St., Oct. 15, 1949 (52) 15 29. Michigan State, Nov. 7, 2015 (33 att., 19 comp.) 320 2. Colorado, Nov. 18, 1961 (35) 31 30. Oklahoma St., Oct. 28, 1972 (40 att., 18 comp.) 319 38 3. Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 1949 (50) BYU, Sept. 5, 2015 (41 att., 24 comp.) 319 4. Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 (51) 41 32. at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 (38 att., 25 comp.) 315 41 at Syracuse, Oct. 18, 1958 (45) 33. Utah, Sept. 21, 1968 (32 att., 19 comp.) 314 50 6. at Kansas, Nov. 5, 1960 (39) 311 34. Minnesota, Nov. 23, 2012 (33 att., 22 comp.) 7. at Iowa St., Oct. 11, 1947 (35) 62 311 at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (36 att., 25 comp.) 8. at UCLA, Nov. 30, 1946 (43) 63 310 South Dakota State, Sept. 21, 2013 (26 att, 21 comp.) 36. 68 9. Indiana, Oct. 26, 1946 (68) 309 37. at Miami, Sept. 19, 2015 (45 att., 21 comp.) 10. at Pittsburgh, Oct. 12, 1957 (45) 76 306 38. Colorado, Nov. 26, 2004 (55 att., 29 comp.) at Indiana, Oct. 17, 1959 (39) 76 302 39. Texas, Oct. 21, 2006 (29 att., 16 comp.) South Alabama, Sept. 12, 2015 (38 att., 26 comp.) 302 Louisiana-Lafayette, Sept. 26, 2009 (26 att., 22 comp.) 300 41. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 107

108 14. Kansas St., Oct. 5, 1946 (33 att.) -11 Total Offense Season -8 15. North Dakota, Sept. 23, 1961 (37 att.) 6,560; 1983 (4,820 rush, 1,740 pass) High Yards: Football -7 16. at Kansas St., Oct. 15, 1994 (23 att.) Low Yards: 1,275; 1947 (918 rush, 357 pass) 17. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (37 att.) -6 High Yards Per Game: 556.3; 1995 (399.8 rush, 156.5 pass) -5 18. Iowa St., Nov. 4, 1967 (39 att.) 141.7; 1947 (102.0 rush, 39.7 pass) Low Yards Per Game: -3 19. Western Illinois, Sept. 4, 2004 (35 att.) High Attempts: 1,076; 1971 (696 rush, 380 pass) -3 at Colorado, Oct. 24, 1964 (36 att.) 406; 1947 (315 rush, 91 pass) Low Attempts: 21. Utah St., Sept. 5, 1987 (29 att.) -1 High Yards Per Attempt: 7.2; 1983 (6,560 yards, 916 att.) Bowl Game Low Yards Per Attempt: 2.9; 1958 (1,548 yards, 526 att.) Florida, Jan. 2, 1996, Fiesta Bowl (21 att.) -28 Penalties Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Game, Season 16; at Texas A&M, Nov. 20, 2010 (145 yards) High Penalties, Game: Yards Per Game Season (National/Conference Rank) Low Penalties, Game: 0; several times, most recently 1. 1967 (4th National/1st Big Eight) 67.5 vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 73.4 2. 1997 (3rd National/1st Big 12) High Penalty Yards, Game: 145; at Texas A&M, Nov. 20, 2010 77.1 3. 1999 (6th National/1st Big 12) (16 penalties) 4. 1995 (2nd National/1st Big Eight) 78.4 Low Penalty Yards, Game: 0; several times, most recently 78.8 5. 1984 (4th National) vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 6. 1994 (4th National/1st Big Eight) 79.3 109, 2010 (993 yards) High Penalties, Season: 83.8 7. 1996 (5th National/1st Big 12) 33; 1960 (324 yards) Low Penalties, Season: 85.9 8. 1971 (2nd National/1st Big Eight) High Penalty Yards, Season: 993; 2010 (109 penalties) 88.0 9. 1980 (3rd National/1st Big Eight) 256; 1957 (36 penalties) Low Penalty Yards, Season: 93.1 10. 2009 (9th National) 93.1 1979 (2nd National/1st Big Eight) Turnovers, Game High Turnovers: 8; vs. Colorado, Oct. 21, 1967 Passing Defense Fewest Passing Yards Allowed, Game (4 FL, 4 INT); at Iowa St., Nov. 11, 1972 (6 FL, 2 INT); Yards NU Opponent, Date (Completions-Attempts) vs. Iowa St., Oct. 24, 2009 (5 FL, 3 INT) 10 times, most recently, Nicholls St., Sept. 9, 2006 (0-3) 1. 0 0; several times, most recently Low Turnovers: 11. at Iowa St., Nov. 12, 1949 (4-17) 2 at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 Bowl Game High Turnover Margin: +8; at Kansas St., Oct. 8, 1949 (0-8); 46 vs. Arizona, Dec. 30, 2009, Holiday Bowl (10-31) vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2003 (0-8) 47 vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 1, 1979, Orange Bowl (2-3) Low Turnover Margin: -8; vs. Iowa St., Oct. 24, 2009 (8-0) 47 vs. Alabama, Jan. 1, 1972, Orange Bowl (3-13) High Fumbles: 10; vs. Kansas St., Nov. 13, 1999 (lost 3) Low Fumbles: 0; several times, most recently vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Per Game, Season High Fumbles Lost: 6; several times, most recently Season (National/Conference Rank) Yards Per Game at Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1976 (8 fumbles) 1. 1973 (1st National/1st Big Eight) 39.9 0; several times, most recently Low Fumbles Lost: 2. 1955 (11th National/1st Big Eight) 44.9 vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 66.1 3. 1949 5, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 High Interceptions Thrown: 4. 1960 66.4 vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 13, 1954 5. 1965 (3rd National/1st Big Eight) 66.5 0; several times, most recently Low Interceptions Thrown: 6. 1953 72.7 at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 7. 1956 76.2 8. 1961 80.0 9. 1957 80.6 Turnovers, Season 82.2 10. 1954 40; 1967 (25 FL, 15 INT); 1972 (20 FL, 20 INT) High Turnovers: Low Turnovers: 12; 1992 (5 FL, 7 INT) High Turnover Margin: +26; 1971 (21-47) Total Defense Low Turnover Margin: -18; 1967 (40-22) Fewest Total Yards Allowed, Game High Fumbles: 49; 1999 (lost 25) NU Opponent, Date (Rush, Pass) Yards 11; 2015 (lost 6) Low Fumbles: 31 1. South Dakota St., Sept. 21, 1963 (-17, 48) 26; 1954 (45 fumbles); 1976 (34 fumbles) High Fumbles Lost: 34 2. North Dakota, Sept. 23, 1961 (-8, 42) Low Fumbles Lost: 2; 2017 (12 fumbles) 36 3. Kansas St., Oct. 17, 1964 (28, 8) High Interceptions Thrown: 23; 2004 4. Kansas St., Oct. 5, 1946 (-11, 58) 47 3; 1989, 1996 Low Interceptions Thrown: 48 5. Kansas, Oct. 25, 1997 (21, 27) 6. at Colorado, Oct. 24, 1964 (-3, 54) 51 53 7. at Iowa St., Nov. 3, 1984 (16, 37) Nebraska Team Defensive Records 8. Kansas, Oct. 16, 1971 (-42, 98) 56 9. at Kansas, Oct. 21, 1972 (32, 31) 63 Rushing Defens e 64 10. Minnesota, Oct. 5, 1974 (29, 35) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed, Game (includes all negative yardage games) NU Opponent, Date (Attempts) Yards Fewest Total Yards Allowed Per Game, Season 1. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1976 (39 att.) -45 Yards Per Game Season (National/Conference Rank) -42 2. Kansas, Oct. 16, 1971 (35 att.) 1. 1967 (1st National/1st Big Eight) 157.6 -36 3. Oregon St., Sept. 30, 1989 (27 att.) 2. 1964 (2nd National/1st Big Eight) 167.0 4. Florida, Jan. 2, 1996, Fiesta Bowl (21 att.) -28 202.8 3. 1965 (8th National/1st Big Eight) -25 5. Troy St., Sept. 1, 2001 (35 att.) 202.9 4. 1971 (5th National/1st Big Eight) -21 6. at Michigan, Nov. 9, 2013 (36 att.) 203.3 5. 1984 (1st National/1st Big Eight) Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (14 att.) -21 6. 1980 (3rd National/1st Big Eight) 210.7 -21 at Kansas, Nov. 15, 1986 (22 att.) 7. 1963 212.0 -19 9. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 (26 att.) 8. 1979 (5th National/1st Big Eight) 216.6 -17 10. South Dakota St., Sept. 21, 1963 (32 att.) 9. 1972 (4th National/1st Big Eight) 217.4 -14 11. South Carolina, Oct. 3, 1987 (22 att.) 219.3 10. 1962 -13 12. Oklahoma St., Oct. 18, 1980 (39 att.) -12 13. at Army, Sept. 23, 1972 (37 att.) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 108

109 Opponent Turnovers, Game Pass Breakups 20; at UCLA, Sept. 22, 1984 (43 att.) Total Turnovers: 8; several times, most recently Most PBU, Game: vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2003 90; 2000 Most PBU, Season: 10; Auburn, Oct. 3, 1981 (5 lost) Fumbles: 6; several times, most recently at Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1980 Fumbles Lost: Top Five Games, Pass Breakups Football Interceptions Thrown: 7; vs. Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1970 (184 yards) NU Opponent, Date (Attempts) PBU NU Interception Return Yards: 184; vs. Kansas St., 20 1. at UCLA, Sept. 22, 1984 (43 att.) Nov. 14, 1970 (7 INT) 17 2. Kansas, Oct. 2, 2004 (49 att.) NU Interception Return Touchdowns: 2; vs. Oklahoma St., at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2000 (43 att.) 17 Oct. 24, 1970; vs. Illinois, Sept. 21, 1985; vs. Michigan St., 4. at Pittsburgh, Sept. 18, 2004 (45 att.) 16 Sept. 7, 1996; vs. Wake Forest, Sept. 10, 2005; vs. Colorado, Nov. 29, 1996 (38 att.) 16 vs. Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010; vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 7, 2013 Sacks (Since 1981) Opponent Total Turnovers, Season 11; vs. Oregon St., Sept. 30, 1989 Total Sacks, Game: 47; 1972 (27 INT, 20 FL); High Total Turnovers: (89 yards); vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (69 yards) 2003 (32 INT, 15 FL) Yards Lost by Sacks, Game: 89; vs. Oregon St., Sept. 30, 1989 11; 2007 (8 INT, 3 FL) Low Total Turnovers: (11 sacks) 48; 1976 (30 lost) High Fumbles: 53; 1999 (395 yards lost) High Total Sacks, Season: Low Fumbles: 10; 2016 (3 lost) Low Total Sacks, Season: 13; 2007 (94 yards lost) High Fumbles Lost: 30; 1976 (48 fumbles) 395; 1999 (53 sacks) High Yards Lost by Sacks, Season: Low Fumbles Lost: 3; 2007 (15 fumbles); 2016 (10 fumbles); Low Yards Lost by Sacks, Season: 85; 2017 (14 sacks) 2017 (17 fumbles) High Interceptions Thrown: 32; 2003 (259 yards) Top Five Games, Sacks Low Interceptions Thrown: 6; 1961 (84 yards) NU Opponent, Date (Yards) Sacks High Interception Return Yards: 523; 1970 (30 INT) 11 1. vs. Oregon St., Sept. 30, 1989 (89) Low Interception Return Yards: 49; 1954 (8 INT) vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (69) 11 High Interception Return Touchdowns: 5; 1971; 1995 3. at Oklahoma, Nov. 19, 1988 (50) 10 9 4. vs. Texas, Dec. 5, 2009 (52) vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 (82) 9 Nebraska Team Special Teams Records 9 vs. Texas Tech, Sept. 11, 1993 (55) Punting, Game 9 vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 (68) High Punts: 18; vs. Notre Dame, Nov. 28, 1918 vs. New Mexico, Oct. 5, 1985 (59) 9 Low Punts: 0; 10 times, most recently vs. Illinois, Oct. 1, 2016 Top Five Games, Sacks (Yards) Average (min. 3 punts): 57.6; vs. Colorado, Yards NU Opponent, Date (Sacks) Nov. 26, 1999 (7 punts, 403 yards) 1. vs. Oregon St., Sept. 30, 1989 (11) 89 82 2. vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 (9) n Punting, Seaso 3. vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (11) 69 High Punts: 78; 2009 (41.2 avg.) 68 4. vs. Troy St., Sept. 1, 2001 (8) 29; 1995 (38.1 avg.) Low Punts: vs. Kansas, Nov. 16, 1985 (9) 68 High Average: 45.9; 2005 (72 punts, 3,302 yards) Low Average: 30.3; 1953 (50 punts, 1,514 yards) Tackles for Loss (Since 1965) 18; vs. Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1969 (112 yards); TFL, Game: e Punt Returns, Gam vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (89 yards) Returns: 11; at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1983 (120 yards) 112; vs. Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1969 (18 TFL) Yards Lost, Game: 205; vs. Utah St., Sept. 5, 1987 (6 ret.) Return Yards: High TFL, Season: 140; 2005 (573 yards lost) Return Average (min. 3 returns): 44.7; at Iowa, Nov. 28, 2014 Low TFL, Season: 32; 1988 (390 yards lost) (3 ret., 134 yards) High Yards Lost, Season: 597; 1980 (95 tackles for loss) 2; vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1983; Return Touchdowns: 115; 1982 (48 tackles for loss) Low Yards Lost, Season: vs. Utah St., Sept. 5, 1987; vs. Troy St., Aug. 31, 2002 Top Five Games, Tackles for Loss (TFL) Punt Returns Season , NU Opponent, Date (Yards Lost) TFL High Returns: 65; 2001 (853 yards) 18 1. vs. Iowa St., Nov. 8, 1969 (112) 15; 2017 (93 yards) Low Returns: 18 vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (89) High Return Yards: 853; 2001 (65 ret.) 3. at Iowa St., Nov. 7, 1998 (60) 17 Low Return Yards: 70; 2013 (23 ret.) vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 19, 1996 (55) 17 17.41; 1960 (17 ret., 296 yards) High Return Average: 16 5. vs. Oregon, Sept. 14, 1974 (83) Low Return Average: 3.04; 2013 (23 ret., 70 yards) vs. Baylor, Oct. 12, 1996 (62) 16 6; 2002 (includes one in bowl game) Return Touchdowns: vs. Kansas St., Oct. 4, 1997 (50) 16 vs. Texas, Oct. 31, 1998 (29) 16 16 Kickoff Returns, Game at Michigan, Nov. 9, 2013 (67) Returns: 9; at Oklahoma, Nov. 20, 1954; at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1956 Top Five Games, Tackles for Loss (Yards) Return Yards: 211; vs. Fresno St., Sept. 10, 2011 (5 ret.) NU Opponent, Date (TFL) Yards 51.00; at Kansas St., Return Average (min. 3 att.): 1. vs. Iowa State, Nov. 8, 1969 (18) 112 Oct. 6, 1990 (3 ret., 153 yards) 2. vs. Oregon St., Sept. 30, 1989 (13) 96 Return Touchdowns: 1; several games, most recently, 94 3. vs. Kansas, Nov. 15, 1986 (13) vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 4. vs. Troy St., Sept. 1, 2001 (15) 90 89 5. vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (18) Season 89 Kickoff Returns , vs. Kansas St., Oct. 21, 1995 (14) 89 vs. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1976 (9) High Returns: 74; 2007 (1,619 yards) Low Returns: 14; 1967 (248 yards); 1980 (344 yards) 27.85; 1990 (26 ret., 724 yards) High Return Average: Low Return Average: 14.76; 1961 (25 ret., 369 yards) Return Touchdowns: 1; several times, most recently 2017 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 109

110 First Downs, Season Opponent Team Records High First Downs: 299; 2007 Football Scoring, Game Low First Downs: 89; 1964 76; at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 Points: High First Downs by Rush: 158; 1957 49; at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 Points, 1st Half: Low First Downs by Rush: 46; 1967 49; at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 Points, 2nd Half: High First Downs by Pass: 163; 2015 35; at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 Points, 1st Quarter: Low First Downs by Pass: 16; 1955, 1973 Points, 2nd Quarter: 28; at Ohio St., Oct. 6, 2012; High First Downs by Penalty: 32; 2009 at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 1; 1953 Low First Downs by Penalty: 28; vs. UCLA, Sept. 14, 2013; Points, 3rd Quarter: at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014; vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 Rushing, Game 28; at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 Points, 4th Quarter: 581; at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (53 att.) High Yards: 11; at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 Touchdowns: -45; Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1976 (39 att.) Low Yards: 10; at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (10 att.); PATs Made by Kick: High Attempts: 83; Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1974 (482 yards) at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (11 att.); vs. Wisconsin, Low Attempts: 14; La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (-21 yards) Dec. 1, 2012 (10 att.) High Yards Per Attempt: 10.96; at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 4; at Syracuse, Oct. 18, 1958 (5 att.) 2PATs Made (Since 1958): (53 att., 581 yards) 2PATs Attempted (Since 1958): 5; at Syracuse, Oct. 18, 1958 (4 made); -1.50; La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 Low Yards Per Attempt: vs. Oregon, Sept. 17, 2016 (1 made) (14 att., -21 yards) 5; Penn St., Sept. 26, 1981 (5 att.); Field Goals Made: 8; Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012; Rushing Touchdowns: Kansas, Oct. 31, 1981 (5 att.) at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 Field Goal Attempts (Since 1964): 5; seven times, most recently Wisconsin, Oct. 10, 2015 (3 made) Top 10 Rushing Games Against Nebraska Safeties: 3; Arizona St., Sept. 21, 1996 Yards NU Opponent, Date (Attempts) 0:06; Kansas St. on NU safety, Oct. 29, 1983 Quickest Score: 1. at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (53 att.) 581 2. Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 (50 att.) 539 Top 10 Scoring Games (all time) 3. at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1956 (73 att.) 506 NU Opponent, Date (NU Score) Points 502 4. Notre Dame, Oct. 16, 1948 (70 att.) 1. at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (NU 39) 76 482 5. Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1974 (83 att.) 70 2. at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (NU 10) 6. Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 1949 (58 att.) 437 vs. Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 (NU 31) 70 423 7. Oklahoma, Nov. 17, 1984 (70 att.) 4. at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2007 (NU 51) 65 419 8. Oklahoma, Nov. 21, 1987 (70 att.) 5. at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 (NU 38) 63 417 9. at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1977 (68 att.) 6. at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 (NU 28) 62 10. at Ohio St., Sept. 29, 1956 (66 att.) 416 62 at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 (NU 36) Bowl Game at Ohio State, Nov. 5, 2016 (NU 3) 62 Oklahoma, Jan. 1, 1979, Orange Bowl 292 9. vs. Minnesota, Oct. 6, 1945 (NU 7) 61 59 10. at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (NU 24) Rushing, Season 2,787; 1957 (613 att.) High Net Rushing Yards: Scoring, Season 675; 1967 (420 att.) Low Net Rushing Yards: High Points: 455; 2007 (12 games) High Yards Per Game: 278.7; 1957 (2,787 yards/10 games) Low Points: 0; 1890 (2 games); 1902 (9 games) Low Yards Per Game: 67.5; 1967 (675 yards/10 games) High Points Per Game: 37.9; 2007 (12 games, 455 points) High Attempts: 613; 1957 (2,787 yards) Low Points Per Game: 0.0; 1890 (2 games, 0 points); 341; 1995 (862 yards) Low Attempts: 1902 (9 games, 0 points) 5.57; 2017 (2,577 yards/463 att.) High Yards Per Attempt: 60; 2007 (12 games) High Touchdowns: 1.61; 1967 (675 yards/420 att.) Low Yards Per Attempt: Low Touchdowns: 0; 1890 (2 games); 1902 (9 games) 667; 1980 High Yards Lost: High PATs Made by Kick: 57; 2017 (58 att.) 164; 1960 Low Yards Lost: Low PATs Made by Kick: 8; 1963 (15 att.); 1980 (10 att.) 38; 2007 High Rushing Touchdowns: 7; 1958 (11 att.) High 2PATs Made (Since 1958): Low Rushing Touchdowns: 4; 1966 Low 2PATs Made (Since 1958): 0; several times, most recently 2017 (0 att.) Passing, Game High 2PATs Attempted (Since 1958): 11; 1958 (7 made) 590; Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 High Yards: Low 2PATs Attempted (Since 1958): 0; 1971, 1972, 1975, 0; 10 times, most recently Nicholls St., Sept. 9, 2006 Low Yards: 2008, 2011, 2014, 2017 68; Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (46 comp.) High Attempts: High Field Goals Made: 20; 2010 (27 att.) vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (46 comp.) Low Field Goals Made: 0; several times, most recently 1957 1; South Dakota, Sept. 19, 1964 (0 comp.) Low Attempts: High Field Goal Attempts: 27; 2010 (20 made) 13.56; Kansas St., High Yards Per Attempt (min. 15 att.): Low Field Goal Attempts: 3; 1995 (2 made) Oct. 15, 1966 (16 att., 217 yards) Safeties: 3; 1996; 2005 0.12; at Iowa St., Low Yards Per Attempt (min. 15 att.): Nov. 12, 1949 (17 att., 2 yards) First Downs, Game High Completions: 47; at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (61 att.) 41; vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 High First Downs: 0; 10 times, most recently Low Completions: Low First Downs: 2; Notre Dame, Oct. 20, 1917; Nicholls St., Sept. 9, 2006 South Dakota, Sept. 19, 1964; Colorado, Oct. 24, 1964 High Yards Per Completion (min. 10 comp.): 23.72; High First Downs by Rush: 28; Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1974 Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 (18 comp., 427 yards) 0; at Wisconsin, Oct. 8, 1966; Low First Downs by Rush: 4.60; Arizona, Low Yards Per Completion (min. 10 comp.): Minnesota, Oct. 5, 1974; Texas Tech, Oct. 18, 1997; Dec. 30, 2009 (10 comp., 46 yards) Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008; at Michigan, Nov. 9, 2013 80.00; at Minnesota, High Completion Pct. (min. 15 att.): 22; Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 High First Downs by Pass: Sept. 28, 1946 (15 att., 12 comp.); at Texas Tech, 0; several times, most recently Low First Downs by Pass: Oct. 11, 2008 (25 att., 20 comp.) by Nicholls St., Sept. 9, 2006 Low Completion Pct. (min. 15 att.): 10.00; at Missouri, High First Downs by Penalty: 6; Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1966; Oct. 13, 1973 (20 att., 2 comp.) at Michigan, Oct. 27, 2012 Interceptions: 7; Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1970 (47 att.) 0; several times, most recently Low First Downs by Penalty: 20.00; five times, most recently Interception Pct.: vs. Maryland, Nov. 19, 2016 at Iowa St., Nov. 3, 1984 (20 att., 4 INT) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 110

111 Attempts, No Interceptions: 59; at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 609 9. at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (74 att.) Touchdowns Thrown: 6; at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004; 606 10. at Missouri, Oct. 6, 2007 (85 att.) at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 Bowl Game Touchdown Pct. (min. 15 att.): 26.67; at Oklahoma, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013, Capital One Bowl (71 att.) 589 Nov. 24, 1962 (15 att., 4 TD) High NCAA Rating (min. 15 att.): 236.6; Oklahoma, Football Total Offense, Season Nov. 24, 1962 (15-9-1/182/4) High Yards: 5,722; 2007 (2,786 rush, 2,936 pass) -2.6; at Iowa St., Low NCAA Rating (min. 15 att.): 1,576; 1967 (675 rush, 901 pass) Low Yards: Nov. 5, 1955 (19-2-2/18/0) High Yards Per Game: 476.8; 2007 (5,722 yards, 941 att.) 167.0; 1964 (100.5 rush, 66.5 pass) Low Yards Per Game: Top 10 Passing Games Against Nebraska 1,008; 2002 (549 rush, 459 pass) High Attempts: NU Opponent, Date (Completions-Attempts) Yards 517; 1964 (382 rush, 135 pass) Low Attempts: 1. Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (46-68) 590 High Yards Per Attempt: 7.02; 1950 (3,287 yards, 468 att.) 489 2. Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 (30-52) 2.47; 1967 (NCAA record, 1,576 yards, 637 att.) Low Yards Per Attempt: 451 3. at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (47-61) 447 4. Southern Miss., Sept. 26, 2015 (26-42) Penalties 5. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 (18-33) 427 20; Notre Dame, Oct. 16, 1948 (170 yards) High Penalties, Game: 6. at Missouri, Oct. 24, 1992 (29-44) 424 0; several times, most recently Low Penalties, Game: 7. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (26-43) 422 Iowa, Sept. 4, 1999 8. Texas, Nov. 2, 2002 (29-47) 419 170; Notre Dame, High Yards Penalized, Game: 9. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (46-68) 415 Oct. 16, 1948 (20 penalties) 10. at Oklahoma, Nov. 13, 2004 (30-36) 413 Low Yards Penalized, Game: 0; several times, Bowl Game Record most recently Iowa, Sept. 4, 1999 Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013, Capital One Bowl (18-33) 427 High Penalties, Season: 103; 1998 (830 yards) Florida St., Jan. 1, 1990, Fiesta Bowl (25-41) 422 33; 1967 (260 yards) Low Penalties, Season: High Yards Penalized, Season: 830; 1998 (103 penalties) Passing Season Low Yards Penalized, Season: 260; 1967 (33 penalties) 3,777; 2015 (506 att., 293 comp.) High Yards: Low Yards: 439; 1973 (142 att., 40 comp.) Turnovers 290.5; 2016 (3,777 yards/13 games) High Yards Per Game: Turnovers, Game: 8; several times, most recently 39.9; 1973 (439 yards/11 games) Low Yards Per Game: Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2003 506; 2015 (293 comp.) High Attempts: Fumbles, Game: 10; Auburn, Oct. 3, 1981 (lost 5) Low Attempts: 104; 1955 (29 comp.) 6; several games, most recently Fumbles Lost, Game: 8.94; 1948 (144 att., 1,288 yards) High Yards Per Attempt: at Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1980 3.09; 1973 (142 att., 439 yards) Low Yards Per Attempt: Interceptions Thrown, Game: 7; Kansas St. High Completions: 293; 2015 (506 att.) (Lynn Dickey), Nov. 14, 1970 Low Completions: 29; 1955 (104 att.) Interceptions By, Game: 5; at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 17.64; 1948 (73 comp., 1,288 yards) High Yards Per Completion: Pittsburgh, Nov. 13, 1954 (51 yards) 10.61; 2003 (218 comp., 2,312 yards) Low Yards Per Completion: Interception Return Yards, Game: 188; Colorado, 64.46; 2017 (234 att., 363 comp.) High Completion Pct.: Oct. 21, 1967 (4 ret.) Low Completion Pct.: 27.88; 1955 (104 att., 29 comp.) Interception Return Touchdowns, Game: 2; Colorado, High Interceptions: 32; 2003 (430 att.) Oct. 21, 1967 Low Interceptions: 6; 1958 (124 att.); 1961 (109 att.) 47; 1972 (27 INT, 20 FL); 2003 High Turnovers, Season: 14.40; 1949 (125 att., 18 INT) High Interception Pct.: (32 INT, 15 FL) Low Interception Pct.: 1.95; 2007 (409 att., 8 INT) 11; 2007 (8 INT, 3 fumbles) Low Turnovers, Season: High Touchdowns: 25; 2015 (506 att.) 48; 1976 (lost 30) High Fumbles, Season: Low Touchdowns: 1; five seasons, most recently 1975 Low Fumbles, Season: 10; 2016 (lost 3) 13.19; 1948 (144 att., 19 TD) High Touchdown Pct.: 30; 1976 (48 fumbles) High Fumbles Lost, Season: 0.46; 1967 (217 att., 1 TD) Low Touchdown Pct.: 3; 2007 (15 fumbles); Low Fumbles Lost, Season: 154.1; 1948 (144-73-11/1,288/19) High NCAA Rating: 2016 (10 fumbles); 2017 (17 fumbles) 35.3; 1973 (142-40-15/439/1) Low NCAA Rating: 32; 2003 High Interceptions Thrown, Season: Low Interceptions Thrown, Season: 6; 1958, 1962 Total Offense, Game 23; 2004 (292 yards) High Interceptions By, Season: 656; at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1956 High Yards: 3; 1989 (21 yards); 1996 (33 yards) Low Interceptions By, Season: (506 rush, 150 pass) High Interception Return Yards, Season: 376; 2017 (17 ret.) Low Yards: 31; South Dakota St., Sept. 21, 1963 7; 1982 (4 ret.) Low Interception Return Yards, Season: (-17 rush, 48 pass) Interception Return Touchdowns, Season: 4; 2017 High Attempts: 102; Iowa St., Sept. 29, 2007 (51 rush, 51 pass) Low Attempts: 34; South Dakota, Sept. 24, 1949 (27 rush, 7 pass) Punting High Yards Per Attempt: 10.67; Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 High Punts, Game: 15; at Kansas, Oct. 21, 1972; (60 att., 640 yards) Oklahoma St., Oct. 28, 1972 Low Yards Per Attempt: 0.63; South Dakota St., 0, Missouri, Oct. 4, 2008; Low Punts, Game: Sept. 21, 1963 (49 att., 31 yards) at Ohio State, Nov. 5, 2016 Long Punt: 93; vs. Kansas St. (Don Birdsey), Oct. 16, 1981 Top 10 Total Offense Games Against Nebraska Average Per Punt (min. 3 att.), Game: 60.1; West Virginia, Yards NU Opponent, Date (Attempts) Aug. 28, 1994 (9 punts, 541 yards) 656 1. at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1956 (85 att.) High Punts, Season: 104; 1999 (4,051 yards) 653 2. at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 (94 att.) Low Punts, Season: 39; 1953 (1,308 yards) 3. Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 (Big Ten Championship) (60 att.) 640 High Average Per Punt: 44.4; 1982 (68 punts, 3,016 yards) 4. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (86 att.) 633 Low Average Per Punt: 32.1; 1956 (44 punts, 1,412 yards) 5. at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (64 att.) 627 6. Notre Dame, Oct. 16, 1948 (81 att.) 620 618 7. Washington, Sept. 21, 1991 (87 att.) 610 8. Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (79 att.) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 111

112 Punt Returns Opponent Individual Records Punt Returns, Game: 9; Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 (136 yards) Football Top 10 Individual Rushing Games vs. NU 136; Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 (9 ret.) Punt Return Yards, Game: Yards Opposing Player, Date (Attempts, TDs) 36.00; Punt Return Average (min. 3 att.), Game: 408 1. Melvin Gordon, at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (25, 4) at Colorado, Nov. 4, 1989 (3 ret., 108 yards) 2. Jamaal Charles, at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 (33, 3) 290 91 yards; Baylor (Del Shofner), Long Punt Return, Game: 3. Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 (25, 2) 249 Nov. 17, 1956 247 4. Billy Sims, at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1979 (28, 0) Punt Return Touchdowns, Game: 1; several times, 246 5. Brad Smith, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (28, 3) most recently vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 238 6. Curt Warner, Penn St., Sept. 26, 1981 (28, 0) (Blaise Taylor, 63 yards) 7. Ell Roberson, at Kansas St., Nov. 16, 2002 (29, 3) 228 43; 1947 (503 yards) High Punt Returns, Season: 8. Johnathan Franklin, at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 (26, 0) 217 5; 1995 (12 yards) Low Punt Returns, Season: 9. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 (9, 1) 216 503; 1947 (43 ret.) High Punt Return Yards, Season: 212 10. Dantrell Savage, Oklahoma St., Oct. 13, 2007 (25, 1) 12; 1995 (5 ret.) Low Punt Return Yards, Season: Other Opponents with 175 Yards 16.92; 1989 High Yards Per Punt Return, Season: Billy Vessells, at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1950 (18, 3) 205 (13 ret., 220 yards) 202 Montee Ball, Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 (21, 3) Low Yards Per Punt Return, Season: 1.94; 1975 Zach Zenner, South Dakota State, Sept. 21, 2013 (21, 2) 202 (18 ret., 35 yards) 201 Kendall Hunter, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 (26, 2) Punt Return Touchdowns, Season: 2; 1956, 2002 Chris Brown, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 (24, 6) 198 Braxton Miller, at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 (16, 1) 191 Kickoff Returns 189 Barry Sanders, Okla. St., Oct. 15, 1988 (35, 4) Kickoff Return Yards, Game: 248; Iowa St., Le'Veon Bell, at Michigan State, Nov. 3, 2012 (36, 2) 188 Nov. 15, 1997 (10 returns) Demry Croft, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (10, 3) 183 11; three times, most recently Kickoff Returns, Game: Chris Polk, Washington, Dec. 30, 2010, (34,1) 177 at Hawaii, Dec. 4, 1976 (112 yards) Bowl Game Record 42.00; Kickoff Return Average (min. 3 att.), Game: 177 Chris Polk, Washington, Dec. 30, 2010, Holiday (34,1) at Colorado, Oct. 25, 1952 (3 ret., 126 yards) 100; at Colorado (Howard Ballage), Long Kickoff Return: Top 10 Individual Rushing Attempts vs. NU Oct. 25, 1952; at Notre Dame (Julius Jones), Sept. 9, 2000; Attempts NU Opponent, Date (Yards, TDs) Southern Miss (Tracy Lampley), Sept. 1, 2012; 1. Steve Owens, at Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1968 (172, 5) 41 at Minnesota (Rodney Smith), Nov. 11, 2017 38 2. Eric Bieniemy, Colorado, Nov. 3, 1990 (137, 4) Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Game: 1; several times, 3. Ricky Williams, Texas, Oct. 31, 1998 (150, 0) 37 most recently vs. Minnesota (Rodney Smith), Nov. 11, 2017 36 4. Le'Veon Bell, at Michigan State, Nov. 3, 2012 (188, 2) 1,364; 2008 (57 ret.) High Kickoff Return Yards, Season: Robbie Rouse, Fresno St., Sept. 10, 2011 (169, 0) 36 291; 1956 (27 ret.) Low Kickoff Return Yards, Season: 36 June Henley, Kansas, Nov. 6, 1993 (148, 1) High Kickoff Returns, Season: 76; 1983 (1,297 yards) 35 7. Eric Ball, at UCLA, Sept. 10, 1988 (148, 0) Low Kickoff Returns, Season: 18; 1947 (306 yards) Barry Sanders, Oklahoma St., Oct. 15, 1988 (189, 4) 35 24.73; 2004 High Kickoff Return Average, Season: Stephen McGee, Oklahoma St., Oct. 13, 2007 (167, 0) 35 (30 ret., 742 yards) Zach Zwinak, at Penn State, Nov. 23, 2013 (149, 0) 35 10.78; 1956 Low Kickoff Return Average, Season: Bowl Game Record (27 ret., 291 yards) Chris Polk, Washington, Dec. 30, 2010, Holiday (177 yards, 1 TD) 34 Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Season: 2; 1949, 1970, 2004 Top 10 Individual Rushing Touchdowns vs. NU Field Goals TDs NU Opponent, Date (Attempts-Yards) Field Goals Made, Game: 5; vs. Penn St. (Brian Franco), 6 1. Chris Brown, at Colorado, Nov. 23, 2001 (24-198) Sept. 26, 1981; vs. Kansas (Bruce Kallmeyer), Oct. 31, 1981 2. Steve Owens, at Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1968 (41-172) 5 at Miami (Michael Badgley), Sept. 19, 2015 3. Melvin Gordon, at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (25-408) 4 Field Goal Attempts, Game: 5; nine times, most 4 James White, Wisconsin, Dec. 1, 2012 (15-109) recently vs. Wisconsin (Rafael Gaglianone), Oct. 10, 2015 Carlos Hyde, at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 (28-140) 4 Missed Field Goals, Game: 4; vs. Colorado (Mark Mariscal), 4 Montee Ball, at Wisconsin, Oct. 1, 2011 (30-151) Nov. 24, 2000 4 Brandon McAnderson, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (25-119) 61; at Kansas St. (Mark Potter), Oct. 22, 1988 Long Field Goal: Jorvorskie Lane, Texas A&M, Oct. 20, 2007 (15-130) 4 20; 2010 High Field Goals Made, Season: 4 Allen Webb, at Kansas St., Oct. 23, 2004 (34-147) 0; eight times, Low Field Goals Made, Season: 4 Eric Bieniemy, Colorado, Nov. 3, 1990 (38-137) most recently 1957 4 Barry Sanders, Okla. St., Oct. 15, 1988 (35-189) High Field Goal Attempts, Season: 27; 2010 4 James Wilder, Missouri, Nov. 18, 1978 (28-181) Low Field Goal Attempts, Season: 0; eight times, most recently 1957 Bowl Game Record 12; 2005, 2009 High Missed Field Goals, Season: Josh Dobbs, Tennessee, Dec. 30, 2016, Music City Bowl 3 0; 17 times, most recently 1963 Low Missed Field Goals, Season: Top 10 Longest Rushing Touchdowns vs. NU NU Opponent, Date Yards 1. Gale Sayers, Kansas, Nov. 9, 1963 99 2. Ell Roberson, at Kansas State, Nov. 16, 2002 91 3. Keith Jackson, at Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1985 88 4. Frank Madu, Washington State, Sept. 30, 1995 87 5. Marcus Dupree, Oklahoma, Nov. 26, 1982 86 Jamaal Charles, at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 86 7. Jay Barry, Washington, Sept. 21, 1991 81 8. Venric Mark, at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 80 Jerod Douglas, at Baylor, Oct. 11, 1997 80 10. Brad Smith, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 79 Bowl Game Record Damien Anderson, vs. Northwestern, Dec. 30, 2000, 69 Alamo Bowl Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 112

113 4 6. Tony Pounds, Oklahoma State, Oct. 24, 1970 Top 10 Individual Passing Games vs. NU Scott Mitchell, Utah, Sept. 16, 1989 4 NU Opponent, Date (Completions-Attempts) Yards 4 Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 590 1. Tim Rattay, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (46-68) 4 Cody Hodges, Texas Tech, Oct. 8, 2005 489 2. Chad May, Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 (30-51) 4 Keith Price, Washington, Sept. 17, 2011 447 Nick Mullens, Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (26-41) 3. Brett Hundley, at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 4 Football 436 4. Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (44-56) Bret Smith, Wyoming, Aug. 31, 2013 4 5. Aaron Murray, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 (18-33) 427 4 David Blough, at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 424 6. Jeff Handy, at Missouri, Oct. 24, 1992 (29-44) Connor Cook, Michigan State, Nov. 7, 2015 4 422 7. Nate Davis, Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (26-43) J.T. Barrett, at Ohio State, Nov. 5, 2016 4 8. Chris Simms, Texas, Nov. 2, 2002 (29-47) 419 Bowl Game Record 415 9. Justice Hansen, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (46-68) Peter Tom Willis, Florida St., Jan. 1, 1990, Fiesta Bowl 5 10. Adam Barmann, Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (27-54) 405 Aaron Murray, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013, Capital One Bowl 5 Bowl Game Record Aaron Murray, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 427 Capital One Bowl (18-33, 5 TD) Most Interceptions Thrown in a Game 422 Peter Tom Willis, Florida St., Jan. 1, 1990, NU Opponent, Date (Attempts) INTs Fiesta Bowl (25-40, 5 TD) 1. Lynn Dickey, Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1970 (47) 7 2. Landry Jones, Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 (58) 5 Josh Allen, Wyoming, Sept. 10, 2016 (32) 5 Top 10 Individual Passing Attempts 5 4. Jeff Rutledge, Alabama, Sept. 17, 1977 (32) Attempts NU Opponent, Date (Completions, Yards) 5 Nathan Enderle, Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010 (31) 68 1. Tim Rattay, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (46, 590) 6. Brent Blackman, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 1971 (22) 4 68 Justice Hansen, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (46, 415) Darrell Ray Dickey, at Kansas St., Nov. 10, 1979 (23) 4 Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 (33, 353) 63 3. 4 Jack Trudeau, Illinois, Sept. 21, 1985 (51) 59 4. Brian Burrell, at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 (30, 241) Frank Dolce, Utah, Sept. 5, 1992 (38) 4 5. Landry Jones, Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 (26, 245) 58 4 Jeff Kelly, Southern Miss, Sept. 18, 1999 (45) Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (44, 436) 6. 56 Randy McCown, Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1999 (30) 4 Brad Smith, Missouri, Oct. 30, 2004 (24, 277) 56 4 Steve LaFalce, Western Illinois, Sept. 4, 2004 (26) 8. Adam Barmann, Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (27, 405) 54 Bowl Game Record 9. Randy Essington, at Colorado, Oct. 9, 1982 (24, 361) 51 5 Paul Gilbert, vs. Georgia, Dec. 20, 1969, Jack Trudeau, Illinois, Sept. 21, 1985 (29, 292) 51 Sun Bowl (30) 51 Chad May, Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 (30, 489) Bret Meyer, Iowa St., Sept. 29, 2007 (26, 281) 51 Bowl Game Record Most Passes Without an Interception Danny McManus, Florida St., Jan. 1, 1988, 51 Attempts NU Opponent, Date Fiesta Bowl (28, 375, 3 TD) 59 1. Brian Burrell, at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 2. Joel Stave, Wisconsin, Oct. 10, 2015 50 47 3. Chase Daniel, at Missouri, Oct. 6, 2007 Top 10 Individual Passing Completions 4. David Archer, Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1983 46 Comp. NU Opponent, Date (Attempts, Yards) Paul Watson, Kansas St., Oct. 19, 1991 46 1. Tim Rattay, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (68, 590) 46 6. Wes Lunt, at Illinois, Oct. 3, 2015 45 46 Justice Hansen, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (68, 415) 7. Eli Manning, vs. Mississippi, Dec. 27, 2002, 44 44 Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (56, 436) 3. Independence Bowl 34 4. Cody Hodges, Texas Tech, Oct. 8, 2005 (45, 368) Josh Freeman, Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 44 33 Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 (63, 353) 5. 43 9. David Blough, at Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 Chase Daniel, at Missouri, Oct. 6, 2007 (47, 401) 33 42 10. Nick Mullens, Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 7. Chad May, Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 (51, 489) 30 Bowl Game Record Todd Reesing, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (41, 354) 30 44 Eli Manning, Mississippi, Dec. 27, 2002, Tim Hiller, Western Michigan, Aug. 30, 2008 (49, 342) 30 Independence Bowl Brian Burrell, at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 (49, 241) 30 Bowl Game Record Danny McManus, Florida St., Jan. 1, 1988, 28 Top 10 Individual Total Offense Yards Fiesta Bowl (51, 375, 3 TD) NU Opponent, Date (Rush, Pass) Yards 1. Tim Rattay, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (-22, 590) 568 2. Brad Smith, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (246, 234) 480 Top 10 Completion Percentage (min. 15 att.) 3. Nate Davis, Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (422, 57) 479 NU Opponent, Date (Completions-Attempts) Pct. 4. Bret Smith, Wyoming, Aug. 31, 2013 (92, 383) 475 1. Jason White, at Oklahoma, Nov. 13, 2004 (29-35) 82.9 5. Chase Daniel, at Missouri, Oct. 6, 2007 (401, 72) 473 81.8 2. J.T. Barrett, Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (27-33) 461 6. Chad May, Kansas St., Oct. 16, 1993 (-28, 489) 80.0 3. Graham Harrell, at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 (20-25) 7. Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (-3, 436) 433 Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (44-56) 4. 78.6 430 8. Aaron Murray, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 (3, 427) 78.3 5. Chase Daniel, Missouri, Oct. 4, 2008 (18-23) Nick Mullens, Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (-25, 447) 422 9. 75.6 6. Cody Hodges, Texas Tech, Oct. 8, 2005 (34-45) 415 10. Jeff Handy, at Missouri, Oct. 24, 1992 (-9, 424) 7. Todd Reesing, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (30-41) 73.2 Bowl Game Record 8. Adam Barmann, at Kansas, Nov. 8, 2003 (24-34) 70.6 430 Aaron Murray, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 9. Sam Bradford, at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 (19-27) 70.4 Capital One Bowl (3, 427) 70.2 10. Chase Daniel, at Missouri, Oct. 6, 2007 (33-47) Bowl Game Record Shawn Jones, vs. Georgia Tech, Jan. 1, 1991, 69.6 Top 10 Individual Total Offense Attempts Citrus Bowl (16-23, 277 yards, 2 TD) NU Opponent, Date (Rush, Pass) Attempts 1. Brad Smith, Missouri, Oct. 30, 2004 (21, 56) 77 74 2. Tim Rattay, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (6, 68) Top 10 Passing Touchdowns in a Game 3. Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 (7, 63) 70 TDs NU Opponent, Date 4. Brian Burrell, at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 (9, 59) 68 1. Todd Reesing, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 6 5. Brad Smith, at Missouri, Oct. 22, 2005 (28, 36) 64 5 2. Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 63 6. Bret Meyer, Iowa State, Sept. 29, 2007 (51, 12) 5 Sam Bradford, at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 7. Paul Watson, Kansas St., Oct. 19, 1991 (16, 46) 62 5 Aaron Murray, Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 61 8. Landry Jones, Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 (3, 58) 5 J.T. 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114 59 9. Jack Trudeau, Illinois, Sept. 21, 1985 (8, 51) Top 10 Individual Total Tackles vs. NU 10. Randy Essington, at Colorado, Oct. 9, 1982 (7, 51) 58 NU Opponent, Date (UT, AT) Tackles Football Sonny Cumbie, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (2, 56) 58 1. Larry Gosney, at Okla. St., Oct. 26, 1968 (0, 29) 29 58 Adam Barmann, Kansas, Sept. 30, 2006 (4, 54) 2. Brian Reffner, Iowa St., Nov. 9, 1985 (19, 9) 28 3. Phil Irwin, at Colorado, Oct. 31, 1970 (8, 16) 24 Chase Daniel, at Missouri, Oct. 6, 2007 (47, 11) 58 23 4. Rocky Martin, at Colorado, Nov. 16, 1968 (3, 20) Bowl Game Record Mike Leaders, Iowa St., Nov. 17, 1979 (15, 8) 23 Danny McManus, Florida St., Jan. 1, 1988 56 6. Wayne King, at Minnesota, Sept. 28, 1968 (4, 18) 22 Fiesta Bowl (5, 51) 22 William Light, at Minnesota, Oct. 3, 1970 (8, 14) Chad Henne, Michigan, Dec. 28, 2005, 56 Terry Beeson, at Kansas, Oct. 30, 1976 (15, 7) 22 Alamo Bowl (13, 43) 9. Chris Garlich, Missouri, Nov. 18, 1978 (11, 10) 21 21 Dick Chapura, at Missouri, Oct. 19, 1985 (9, 12) Top 10 Individual Receiving Yards NU Opponent, Date (Receptions, TDs) Yards Long Interception Returns for Touchdown 1. Troy Edwards, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (21, 3) 405 Yards NU Opponent, Date 220 2. Rod Moore, Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 (12, 3) 99 1. Gary Hohman, at Minnesota, Oct. 4, 1969 3. Dante Love, Ball St., Sept. 22, 2007 (10, 1) 214 2. Aaron Sam, McNeese State, Sept. 6, 2014 98 4. Curtis Mayfield, at Okla. St., Oct. 21, 1989 (6, 1) 208 3. Shawun Lurry, Northern Illinois, Sept. 17, 2017 87 200 5. Keith Poole, Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 (6, 3) 80 4. Jonathon Amaya, Nevada, Sept. 1, 2007 6. Quincy Morgan, at Kansas St., Nov. 11, 2000 (7, 2) 199 78 5. Chris Orr, Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 Andre Johnson, Miami, Jan. 3, 2002, Rose Bowl (7, 2) 199 6. Jeff Raymond, Colorado, Oct. 21, 1967 76 8. J erome Pathon, at Washington, Sept. 20, 1997 (5, 0) 195 Dick Anderson and Mike Veeder, Colorado, Oct. 21, 1967 73 7. 188 9. Dave Jones, Kansas St., Oct. 15, 1966 (6) 72 8. Nick VanHoose, Northwestern, Oct. 24, 2015 188 Todd Blythe, at Iowa St., Nov. 6, 2004 (8, 1) 70 9. Darryl Lowe, Texas Christian, Sept. 27, 1975 Bowl Game Record 69 10. Bill Roe, Colorado, Oct. 27, 1979 178 Ray Perkins, Alabama, Jan. 2, 1967, Sugar Bowl (7,1) Bowl Game Record 199 Andre Johnson, Miami, Jan. 3, 2002, Rose Bowl (7, 2) James Lewis, vs. Miami, Jan. 3, 2002, Rose Bowl 47 Longest Punt Returns for Touchdown Top 10 Individual Receptions in a Game NU Opponent, Date Yards Rec. NU Opponent, Date (Yards, TDs) 1. Del Shofner, Baylor, Nov. 17, 1956 91 1. Troy Edwards, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (405, 3) 21 85 2. Wes Welker, Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 13 2. Roy Williams, Texas, Nov. 2, 2002 (161, 2) 83 3. Joey Getherall, at Notre Dame, Sept. 9, 2000 3. Rod Moore, Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 (220, 3) 12 80 4. Bill Brennan, at Iowa St., Nov. 1, 1913 12 Darnell McDonald, at Kansas St., Nov. 14, 1998 (183, 2) 80 Billy Crockett, at Minnesota, Sept. 26, 1964 Nehemiah Glover, at Texas Tech, Oct. 9, 2004 (74, 1) 12 6. Corey Brown, at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 76 6. Jason Jacobs, Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1983 (152, 0) 11 7. Darryl Henley, at UCLA, Sept. 10, 1988 75 J.J. Moses, at Iowa St., Oct. 7, 2000 (158, 1) 11 72 8. Larry Grigg, Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 1951 Carlos Francis, at Texas Tech, Oct. 20, 2001 (169, 0) 11 9. Devon Wylie, Fresno St., Sept. 10, 2011 67 Rashaun Woods, at Okla. St., Oct. 19, 2002 (134, 1) 11 Bowl Game Record Joel Filani, Texas Tech, Oct. 8, 2005 (163, 3) 11 Never Accomplished Dwayne Jarrett, at USC, Sept. 16, 2006 (136, 2) 11 Dominic Rufran, Wyoming, Aug. 31, 2013 (120, 0) 11 Top 10 Long Kickoff Returns for Touchdown KJ Maye, at Minnesota, Oct. 7, 2015 (94, 0) 11 NU Opponent, Date Yards Bowl Game Record 100 1. Howard Ballage, at Colorado, Oct. 21, 1978 9 Ray Perkins, Alabama, Jan. 1, 1966, Orange Bowl (159,2) Julius Jones, at Notre Dame, Sept. 9, 2000 100 9 Andy Hamilton, LSU, Jan. 1, 1971, Orange Bowl (146,0) 100 Tracy Lampley, Southerm Miss, Sept. 1, 2012 100 Rodney Smith, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 4. Dick Graham, Oklahoma St., Oct. 24, 1970 98 Top 10 Touchdown Receptions in a Game 98 Howard Ballage, Colorado, Oct. 22, 1977 NU Opponent, Date (Rec., Yards) TDs 98 James Norris, Western Illinois, Sept. 4, 2004 3 1. Keith Krepfle, at Iowa St., Nov. 11, 1972 (7, 116) Brandon Banks, at Kansas State, Nov. 15, 2008 98 3 Rod Moore, Utah St., Sept. 7, 1991 (12, 220) 98 Adoree Jackson, vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014 Keith Poole, Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995 (6, 200) 3 9. Arthur Bergman, Notre Dame, Oct. 18, 1919 97 3 Joel Filani, Texas Tech, Oct. 8, 2005 (11, 163) 96 10. Ted Woods, Colorado, Oct. 22, 1960 3 Troy Edwards, La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (21, 405) Selvie Washington, Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1973 96 Dezmon Briscoe, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (5, 52) 3 Vince O’Neil, at Kansas, Oct. 17, 1970 96 7. 2 41 times, most recently, Noah Fant (3 rec., 116 yards) 96 Marcus Furman, at Pittsburgh, Sept. 18, 2004 Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 Bowl Game Record Bowl Game Record Adoree Jackson, vs. USC, Dec. 27, 2014, Holiday Bowl 98 9 times, most recently, Chris Conley, Georgia, 2 Jan. 1, 2013, Capital One Bowl Most Field Goals Against Nebraska FGM NU Opponent, Date (FGA) Top 10 Longest Touchdown Receptions 5 1. Brian Franco, Penn St., Sept. 26, 1981 (5) Yards NU Opponent, Date Bruce Kallmeyer, Kansas, Oct. 31, 1981 (5) 5 1. 98 Joe Stewart (Pete Woods), Missouri, Oct. 23, 1976 Michael Badgley, at Miami, Sept. 19, 2015 (5) 5 2. Troy Edwards (Tim Rattay), La. Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 94 4. Mark Zetterberg, at Colorado, Oct. 9, 1976 (4) 4 92 D.J. Moore (Max Bortenschlager), Maryland, Nov. 19, 2016 3. 4 Bill Capece, Florida St., Oct. 4, 1980 (4) 4 Jeff Jacke, Missouri, Oct. 29, 1988 (4) 88 DeAngelo Yancey (David Blough), Purdue, Oct. 22, 2016 4. 4 Ty Stewart, at Iowa St., Nov. 14, 1992 (5) 5 Eugene Goodlow (Dan Manucci), Kansas St., Oct. 14, 1978 87 4 Jeremy Aldrich, Colorado, Nov. 29, 1996 (4) Chris Conley (Aaron Murray), Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 87 Mason Crosby, Colorado, Nov. 26, 2004 (4) 4 7. Ralph McFillen (Larry Corrigan), Kansas St., Oct. 20, 1962 86 4 Dustin Keys, Virginia Tech, Sept. 27, 2008 (4) 8. Dick Graham (Tony Pounds), Okla. St., Oct. 24, 1970 84 4 Marshall Morgan, Georgia (Gator Bowl), Jan. 1, 2014 (4) 9. Arthur Guess (Steve Collins), Oklahoma, Nov. 18, 1989 82 Bowl Game Record 10. Chris Taylor (Randy McCown), at Texas A&M, Oct. 10, 1998 81 Scott Bentley, vs. Florida St., Jan. 1, 1994 4 Jeremy Ebert (Kain Colter), Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2011 81 Orange Bowl (5) Bowl Game Record 4 Marshall Morgan, vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2014 Chris Conley (Aaron Murray) Georgia, 87 Gator Bowl (4) Jan. 1, 2013, Capital One Bowl Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 114

115 Longest Field Goals Against Nebraska Yards NU Opponent, Date 1. Mark Porter, at Kansas St., Oct. 22, 1988 61 2. Dave DeLine, at Colorado, Oct. 25, 1986 57 Grant Mahoney, at Iowa State, Nov. 6, 2010 57 Football 4. Jeff Wolfert, Missouri, Nov. 4, 2006 54 5. Jeff Snodgrass, at Kansas State, Oct. 14, 2006 53 6. Al Del Greco, Auburn, Oct. 3, 1981 52 52 Grant Mahoney, Iowa State, Oct. 24, 2009 Brendan Gibbons, Michigan, Oct. 27, 2012 52 9. Abby Daigle, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 27, 1973 51 Chris Dennis, Miami, Oct. 2, 1976 51 Kris Thompson, at Kansas St., Oct. 8, 1977 51 Brad Burditt, Missouri, Oct. 23, 1982 51 51 Jeff Jacke, Missouri, Oct. 29, 1988 51 Jamie Rheem, at Kansas St., Oct. 5, 1996 51 Fred Waczewski, Central Florida, Sept. 13, 1997 Sam Swank, Wake Forest, Sept. 10, 2005 51 Bowl Game Record Juan Bentanzos, vs. LSU, Jan. 1, 1983, Orange Bowl 49 Longest Punts Against Nebraska NU Opponent, Date Yards 1. Don Birdsey, Kansas St., Nov. 8, 1980 93 2. Todd Sauerbrun, vs. West Virginia, Aug. 28, 1994 90 3. Chris Salani, at Michigan St., Sept. 9, 1995 83 4. Doug Myers, at Iowa St., Nov. 13, 1982 80 Judge Johnston, at Iowa St., Nov. 5, 1988 80 Vince Sebo, Missouri, Oct. 24, 1998 80 7. Mike Preacher, Oregon, Sept. 27, 1986 78 Quinn Sharp, at Oklahoma St., Oct. 23, 2010 78 77 9. Jonny Linehan, BYU, Sept. 5, 2015 76 10. Roger Fleenor, Pacific, Sept. 23, 1995 Bowl Game Record Chris Hogue, vs. Tennessee, Jan. 2, 1998, Orange Bowl 78 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 115

116 Annual Team Offensive Statistics Football First Rush Rush Pass Pass Avg. Total NU Punt NU Net PR KOR Fumbles Tot. NU NU Total Off. Total Off. Avg. Games Yards Avg. Yards Points Year Points TDs FGM-FGA Avg. Punt Avg. Avg. Avg. Fum. Lost INT TOs Margin Pen./Yds. Year Yards Avg. Downs 126 19 192.8 131.4 1,183 61.3 552 14.0 1946 1,735 0-0 34.6 29.9 12.6 16.6 19 10 11 21 +9 54/440 8.4 1946 9 6.2 141.7 1,275 102.0 918 39.7 357 8.1 1947 1947 0-0 39.2 31.7 10.0 15.9 27 14 16 30 -8 49/428 9 73 11 10 10.3 2,229 100.6 1,006 122.3* 1,223 15.2 1948 152 21 0-0 34.8 32.2 12.6 18.2 26 14 14 28 +6 73/585 1948 222.9 0-0 9.3 2,029 153.1 9 72.3 651 13.8 1949 124 19 225.4 32.4 27.4 15.6 (13) 20.8 18 9 10 19 +15 79/550 1949 1,378 9 18.8 407.3 (9) 3,666 1950 2,894 85.8 772 29.7 1950 265 40 0-0 36.3 31.9 10.9 18.9 23 11 7 18 +12 49/365 321.6 (3) 232.1 2,321 128.7 1,287 103.4 1,034 12.1 1951 121 18 0-0 36.2 30.8 10.2 19.6 31 18 19 37 -5 67/419 1951 10 12.0 10 1952 3,291 250.4 (12) 2,504 78.7 787 17.3 1952 173 25 1-1 35.7 30.5 11.6 23.5 (5) 34 18 14 32 -3 56/559 16.7 329.1 119 17 10 2,397 162.5 1,625 77.2 772 11.9 1953 239.7 2-2 30.3 26.2 7.6 15.8 24 18 6 24 +5 35/250 1953 12.7 10 15.3 335.7 3,357 265.6 (10) 2,656 70.1 701 22.6 1954 1954 226 34 1-1 36.7 32.0 10.3 19.0 45 26 10 36 -3 50/499 13.1 237.9 2,379 163.2 1,632 74.7 747 12.7 1955 127 18 3-3 35.0 29.1 7.4 16.6 34 19 9 28 even 54/396 1955 10 10 255.7 2,557 201.2 2,012 54.5 545 12.5 13.7 1956 125 18 2-2 36.1 30.4 12.6 18.4 38 21 11 32 even 36/368 1956 10 11.3 195.3 1,953 152.5 1,525 42.8 428 6.7 1957 67 10 1-1 36.6 29.7 7.7 17.7 42 18 18 36 -2 36/255 1957 10 154.8 1,548 113.5 1,442 41.3 1,135 7.1 1958 71 10 1-1 38.2 (12) 35.1 14.0 (8) 20.5 33 13 12 25 -4 48/378 1958 9.0 10 36/321 187.5 1,875 148.0 1,480 39.5 395 10.8 1959 108 15 3-3 35.5 32.7 11.2 19.7 26 14 12 26 -2 1959 11.6 10 1960 181.2 1,812 149.1 1,491 32.1 321 9.5 95 13 2-2 37.6 36.0 17.4 (3) 18.8 31 18 8 26 -3 33/324 1960 9.6 1961 205.5 2,055 140.4 1,404 65.1 651 11.9 10.6 119 17 3-3 38.2 35.1 7.7 14.8 21 10 6 16 +12 44/473 1961 10 10 18.7 347.5 (11) 3,475 245.5 (9) 2,455 102.0 1,020 25.7 (12) 1962 257 37 0-0 36.2 32.7 7.8 20.0 32 15 10 25 -6 49/428 1962 260 36 347.4* (8) 3,474 262.4* (1) 2,624 85.0 850 26.0* (5) 1963 18.5 3-3 33.3 NA 7.9 15.9 31 15 7 22 +6 50/480 1963 10 10 18.6 348.5* (6) 3,485 226.5 (6) 2,265 122.0* 1,220 24.9* (7) 1964 249 36 0-1 33.3 29.2 8.7 22.3 26 10 13 23 -1 56/532 1964 404.0* (2) 4,040 290.0* (1) 2,900 114.0 1,140 32.1* (2) 20.4 1965 321 45 3-6 34.9 30.5 13.4 20.2 30 13 12 25 +8 55/496 1965 10 10 18.8 318.8* 3,188 192.4* 1,984 120.4 1,204 21.6 1966 216 30 5-8 38.5 35.4 10.8 18.9 29 18 9 27 +5 45/429 1966 3,171 162.5 1,625 154.7* 1,547 12.7 1967 127 16 317.1 6-11 35.1 35.4 7.6 17.7 46 25 15 40 -18 42/475 1967 10 17.2 10 16.3 279.2 2,792 150.2 1,502 129.0 1,290 15.5 1968 155 20 6-12 36.8 34.7 8.1 17.4 33 20 11 31 -10 46/428 1968 1969 371.8 3,718 172.3 2,088 199.5 1,995 20.9 1969 209 27 7-23 37.3 32.5 8.6 18.4 32 16 13 29 +6 44/327 10 21.1 37.2* (2) 1970 22.8 421.3 (11) 4,634 232.2 2,554 189.1 2,080 11 1970 411 55 8-13 38.7 35.9 12.2 22.0 29 18 10 28 +17 72/683 1971 12 23.3 437.7 (8) 5,252 258.3 3,100 179.3* 2,152 39.1 (3) 1971 469 65 5-10 36.9 35.2 15.6 (4) 21.9 21 15 6 21 +26 60/634 1972 24.1 441.5 (3) 4,857 220.5 2,426 221.0*(8) 2,431 41.9* (2) 1972 461 64 6-14 39.5 35.7 15.7 (2) 19.1 26 20 20 40 - 4 45/442 11 11 20.5 4,356 225.4 2,479 170.6 1,877 26.1 1973 287 39 7-12 40.3 36.6 10.4 17.6 29 16 15 31 +1 51/497 1973 396.0 11 412.0 (7) 4,514 259.8 2,840 152.2* 1,674 32.7 (6) 1974 360 49 6-14 37.1 36.9 10.4 18.7 34 18 11 29 +6 39/359 1974 21.7 11 23.0 406.2 (13) 4,468 247.8 2,726 158.4 1,742 32.1* (6) 1975 353 46 11-18 39.9 (9) 39.3 7.4 22.3 29 15 5 20 +14 60/620 1975 21.4 407.8 (10) 4,894 219.8 2,638 188.0* 2,256 32.4 (5) 1976 1976 389 52 11-18 40.8 (11) 39.6 7.0 20.1 34 26 13 39 +4 56/579 12 1977 415.4* (13) 4,569 302.5 (7) 3,328 112.8 1,241 26.7 21.5 294 37 12-18 41.1 38.6 6.8 17.6 29 20 9 29 +1 57/558 1977 11 11 25.6 501.4* (1) 5,519 337.7 (2) 3,719 163.6 1,800 38.2 (2) 1978 1978 421 56 10-18 39.2 37.1 13.0 (4) 18.7 34 20 8 28 +6 55/554 1979 11 24.9 464.8* (5) 5,113 345.1 (3) 3,796 119.7 1,317 1979 366 48 12-16 39.2 37.8 5.7 20.9 33 21 8 29 +1 62/633 33.3 (7) 1980 11 26.6 506.9* (2) 5,576 378.3* (1) 4,161 128.6 1,415 39.9* (2) 1980 435 60 5-10 35.7 34.1 8.1 24.6 (7) 44 21 6 27 +8 59/603 1981 22.7 437.5* (6) 4,812 330.5 (2) 3,635 107.0 1,177 31.7* (8) 1981 349 45 11-19 42.6 (6) 40.7 11.9 (6) 22.5 (12) 43 24 11 35 +7 58/567 11 12 27.4 1,491 6,223 394.3* (1) 4,732 124.3 1982 41.1* (1) 1982 493 68 8-13 37.1 34.8 15.5 (2) 20.5 34 18 4 22 +9 64/539 518.6*(1) 26.5 546.7* (2) 6,560 401.7* (1) 4,820 145.0 1,740 52.0* (1) 1983 1983 624 89 3-4 40.6 38.9 9.6 18.8 44 15 6 21 +15 63/561 12 1984 11 22.3 427.5* (12) 4,703 311.1* (3) 3,422 116.5 1,281 32.6* (6) 1984 359 49 5-12 40.3 38.4 12.3 (4) 23.3 (6) 43 24 9 33 -5 55/503 1985 21.6 472.5* (2) 5,197 374.3* (1) 4,117 98.2 1,080 36.2* (5) 1985 11 398 50 15-24 41.7 (9) 39.9 8.4 26.4 (2) 42 20 11 31 +6 33/278 1986 11 22.5 403.1 4,434 305.5 (2) 3,360 97.6 1,074 37.8 (3) 1986 416 55 10-13 39.7 37.5 14.6 (2) 19.5 33 17 10 27 +1 76/657 38.5 (3) 1987 11 24.2 489.0 (2) 5,379 373.5 (3) 4,108 115.5 1,271 1987 423 58 6-8 37.6 34.7 11.4 (13) 20.6 32 19 11 30 even 73/616 1988 1988 12 24.3 477.9 (7) 5,735 382.3* (1) 4,588 95.6 1,147 39.5 (6) 474 64 9-13 40.6 36.5 11.3 (9) 20.0 25 12 9 21 +4 82/702 1,518 1989 11 24.7 513.3* (3) 5,646 375.3* (1) 4,128 138.0 44.7* (2) 1989 492 65 10-13 38.5 32.5 11.9 19.7 32 14 3 17 +14 71/634 49/458 13 12 25 +8 13.6 (8) 1990 11 22.3 444.4* (13) 4,888 340.0* (2) 3,740 104.4 1,148 37.5* (6) 1990 413 53 14-19 40.4 (9) 38.2 29 27.8* (1) 1991 24.6 506.5* (3) 5,571 353.2* (1) 3,885 153.3 1,686 41.3* (3) 1991 454 61 11-18 41.0 34.9 8.6 19.7 16 9 8 17 +14 53/455 11 427 58 438.2 (11) 4,820 328.2* (1) 3,610 110.0 1,210 38.8* (2) 1992 22.2 7-10 43.2 41.7* (1) 11.4 20.7 20 5 7 12 +18 74/612 1992 11 11 21.7 425.0 (23) 4,675 287.9* (3) 3,167 137.1 1,508 38.3* (5) 1993 421 58 6-11 41.2 39.3 (6) 9.1 20.5 17 10 6 16 +3 1993 59/494 1994 12 24.4 477.8 (5) 5,734 340.0* (1) 4,080 137.8 1,654 36.3* (6) 1994 435 59 7-14 42.6 41.2 (2) 8.6 22.8 (13) 27 13 7 +1 76/670 20 1995 27.1 556.3* (2) 6,119 399.8* (1) 4,398 156.5 1,721 52.4* (1) 11 1995 574 77 13-16 38.6 38.1 (17) 11.0 21.0 28 9 6 15 +13 47/434 1996 12 22.8 422.4 5,069 291.9* (4) 3,503 130.5 1,566 42.7* (4) 1996 512 68 12-19 43.9 41.0 (8) 10.6 25.2* (6) 37 19 3 22 +11 71/623 1997 12 26.0 6,164 392.6* (1) 4,711 121.1 1,453 47.1* (1) 1997 565 73 18-21 37.5 35.2 (14) 11.8 24.3 (7) 36 17 4 21 +3 57/498 513.7* (1) 21.3 384.9 4,619 253.8* (6) 3,045 131.2 1,574 1998 31.9 (12) 1998 383 49 14-21 43.8 39.4 (7) 11.5 21.0 27 13 5 18 +9 61/536 12 34.3 (12) 18.6 392.2 4,706 265.9 (4) 3,191 126.3 1,515 12 1999 411 52 14-20 43.6 39.4 10.9 18.4 49 25 5 30 +5 63/566 1999 2000 11 22.9 459.9* (6) 5,059 349.3* (1) 3,842 110.6 1,217 41.5* (4) 2000 456 63 5-10 41.3 34.5 11.0 16.7 26 9 8 17 +2 71/622 2001 22.4 451.2* (12) 5,414 314.7* (1) 3,776 136.5 1,638 37.4 (7) 2001 12 449 60 12-17 41.1 37.0 13.1 (14) 25.2 (8) 24 14 11 25 +1 69/674 2002 14 18.7 373.1* (4) 5,224 268.7 (4) 3,762 104.4 1,462 27.4 2002 383 48 16-20 42.1 38.2 (5) 16.3 (5) 22.3 30 12 12 24 -3 85/784 345.0 2003 13 18.2 4,485 235.6 (7) 3,063 109.4 1,422 24.8 2003 322 40 15-24 44.3 40.1* (9) 9.7 24.3 30 14 10 24 +23* (1) 89/710 2004 363.2 3,995 176.3 1,939 186.9 2,056 25.0 2004 275 37 6-12 40.7 38.4 5.8 19.7 25 10 23 33 -12 75/561 11 17.6 12 18.4 3,844 96.0 1,152 224.3 2,692 24.7 2005 296 34 19-23 45.9 39.8* (2) 12.9 19.7 27 11 13 24 -2 89/693 2005 320.3 2006 414.6 (14) 5,804 170.5 2,387 244.1 3,417 30.6 20.4 428 59 5-7 39.1 37.2 8.2 17.4 25 17 8 25 even 74/614 2006 14 12 24.3 468.2 (9) 5,619 144.4 1,733 323.8 (7) 3,886 2007 2007 401 53 9-9 40.3 36.3 8.2 21.9 19 11 17 28 -17 77/589 33.4 2008 13 22.7 450.8 (12) 5,860 169.8 2,207 281.0 (15) 3,653 35.4 2008 460 58 18-21 38.5 32.1 12.1 21.8 31 17 11 28 -11 94/800 2009 14 16.1 322.8 4,519 147.1 2,059 175.7 2,460 25.1 2009 352 40 24-28 41.2 34.7 11.6 24.1 21 11 12 23 +5 100/894 2010 14 18.1 398.1 5,574 247.6* (9) 3,466 150.6 2,108 30.9 2010 432 48 18-19 43.2 37.7 12.9* (14) 22.9 45 16 8 24 -1 109/993 86/688 2011 20.4 379.9 4,939 217.2 (15) 2,824 162.7 2,115 29.2 2011 379 46 19-23 44.5 (10) 38.3 7.7 25.5 (9) 32 11 8 19 -1 13 2012 14 23.6 460.8* 6,451 253.4* (8) 3,547 207.4 2,904 34.8 2012 487 61 20-27 41.2 35.4 9.3 21.6 35 22 13 35 -12 88/847 2013 13 22.2 412.4 5,361 215.7 2,804 196.7 2,557 31.9 2013 415 54 13-14 41.6 37.9 3.0 22.8 32 16 13 29 -11 76/665 2014 2014 452.3 5,880 240.2 3,123 212.1 2,757 37.8 (12) 22.3 491 64 15-22 41.1 37.3 15.9* (5) 20.8 27 13 12 25 -2 75/655 13 201 5 13 22. 8 446.9 5,810 180.0 2,340 266.9 3,470 32.8 201 5 427 52 21-27 43.6 39.4 10.4 17.6 11 6 21 27 -12 94/829 2016 380.8 4,951 169.2 2,199 211.7 2,752 26.5 13 20.5 2016 345 44 12-15 38.3 33.6 7.3 21.5 16 5 9 14 +5 75/695 75/728 2 17 19 -7 12 2017 12 19.7 385.0 4,620 107.5 1,290 277.5 3,330 25.8 2017 309 39 12-14 42.1 38.9 6.2 22.6 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 116

117 Annual Team Offensive Statistics First Total Off. Total Off. Rush Rush Pass Pass Avg. Total NU Punt NU Net PR KOR Fumbles Tot. NU NU Pen./Yds. Games Avg. Yards Avg. Yards Avg. Yards Points Year Year Points TDs FGM-FGA Avg. Punt Avg. Avg. Avg. Fum. Lost INT TOs Margin Downs 1946 9 8.4 192.8 1,735 131.4 1,183 61.3 552 1946 126 19 0-0 34.6 29.9 12.6 16.6 19 10 11 21 +9 54/440 14.0 Football 9 141.7 1,275 102.0 918 39.7 357 8.1 1947 73 11 0-0 39.2 31.7 10.0 15.9 27 14 16 30 -8 49/428 1947 6.2 152 21 10 10.3 100.6 1,006 122.3* 1,223 15.2 1948 2,229 0-0 34.8 32.2 12.6 18.2 26 14 14 28 +6 73/585 1948 222.9 9 9.3 225.4 2,029 153.1 1,378 72.3 651 13.8 1949 124 19 0-0 32.4 27.4 15.6 (13) 20.8 18 9 10 19 +15 79/550 1949 9 772 407.3 (9) 3,666 321.6 (3) 2,894 85.8 29.7 1950 265 40 0-0 36.3 31.9 10.9 18.9 23 11 7 18 +12 49/365 1950 18.8 10 12.0 1951 2,321 128.7 1,287 103.4 1,034 12.1 121 18 0-0 36.2 30.8 10.2 19.6 31 18 19 37 -5 67/419 1951 232.1 10 329.1 3,291 250.4 (12) 2,504 78.7 787 17.3 1952 173 25 1-1 35.7 30.5 11.6 23.5 (5) 34 18 14 32 -3 56/559 1952 16.7 10 12.7 239.7 2,397 162.5 1,625 77.2 772 11.9 1953 119 17 2-2 30.3 26.2 7.6 15.8 24 18 6 24 +5 35/250 1953 45 15.3 335.7 3,357 265.6 (10) 2,656 70.1 701 22.6 1954 226 34 1-1 36.7 32.0 10.3 19.0 1954 26 10 36 -3 50/499 10 10 237.9 2,379 163.2 1,632 74.7 747 12.7 1955 127 18 3-3 35.0 29.1 7.4 16.6 34 19 9 28 even 54/396 1955 13.1 10 1956 255.7 2,557 201.2 2,012 54.5 545 12.5 125 18 2-2 36.1 30.4 12.6 18.4 38 21 11 32 even 36/368 1956 13.7 10 195.3 1,953 152.5 1,525 42.8 428 6.7 1957 67 10 1-1 36.6 29.7 7.7 17.7 42 18 18 36 -2 36/255 1957 11.3 10 9.0 154.8 1,548 113.5 1,442 41.3 1,135 7.1 1958 1958 71 10 1-1 38.2 (12) 35.1 14.0 (8) 20.5 33 13 12 25 -4 48/378 1959 10 11.6 187.5 1,875 148.0 1,480 39.5 395 10.8 1959 108 15 3-3 35.5 32.7 11.2 19.7 26 14 12 26 -2 36/321 9.6 181.2 1,812 149.1 1,491 32.1 321 9.5 1960 1960 95 13 2-2 37.6 36.0 17.4 (3) 18.8 31 18 8 26 -3 33/324 10 1961 10.6 205.5 2,055 140.4 1,404 65.1 651 11.9 10 1961 119 17 3-3 38.2 35.1 7.7 14.8 21 10 6 16 +12 44/473 1962 10 18.7 347.5 (11) 3,475 245.5 (9) 2,455 102.0 1,020 25.7 (12) 1962 257 37 0-0 36.2 32.7 7.8 20.0 32 15 10 25 -6 49/428 1963 18.5 347.4* (8) 3,474 262.4* (1) 2,624 85.0 850 26.0* (5) 1963 260 36 3-3 33.3 NA 7.9 15.9 31 15 7 22 +6 50/480 10 10 348.5* (6) 3,485 226.5 (6) 2,265 122.0* 1,220 24.9* (7) 1964 249 36 0-1 33.3 29.2 8.7 22.3 26 10 13 23 -1 56/532 1964 18.6 1965 10 4,040 290.0* (1) 2,900 114.0 1,140 32.1* (2) 404.0* (2) 321 45 3-6 34.9 30.5 13.4 20.2 30 13 12 25 +8 55/496 1965 20.4 10 18.8 318.8* 3,188 192.4* 1,984 120.4 1,204 21.6 1966 216 30 5-8 38.5 35.4 10.8 18.9 29 18 9 27 +5 45/429 1966 10 17.2 317.1 3,171 162.5 1,625 154.7* 1,547 12.7 1967 127 16 6-11 35.1 35.4 7.6 17.7 46 25 15 40 -18 42/475 1967 155 20 10 16.3 2,792 150.2 1,502 129.0 1,290 15.5 1968 279.2 6-12 36.8 34.7 8.1 17.4 33 20 11 31 -10 46/428 1968 10 21.1 371.8 3,718 172.3 2,088 199.5 1,995 20.9 1969 209 27 1969 37.3 32.5 8.6 18.4 32 16 13 29 +6 44/327 7-23 1970 11 22.8 421.3 (11) 4,634 232.2 2,554 189.1 2,080 37.2* (2) 1970 411 55 8-13 38.7 35.9 12.2 22.0 29 18 10 28 +17 72/683 1971 437.7 (8) 5,252 258.3 3,100 179.3* 2,152 39.1 (3) 23.3 469 65 5-10 36.9 35.2 15.6 (4) 21.9 21 15 6 21 +26 60/634 1971 12 11 24.1 441.5 (3) 4,857 220.5 2,426 221.0*(8) 2,431 41.9* (2) 1972 461 64 6-14 39.5 35.7 15.7 (2) 19.1 26 20 1972 40 - 4 45/442 20 1973 11 20.5 396.0 4,356 225.4 2,479 170.6 1,877 26.1 1973 287 39 7-12 40.3 36.6 10.4 17.6 29 16 15 31 +1 51/497 32.7 (6) 1974 21.7 412.0 (7) 4,514 259.8 2,840 152.2* 1,674 11 1974 360 49 6-14 37.1 36.9 10.4 18.7 34 18 11 29 +6 39/359 1975 11 23.0 406.2 (13) 4,468 247.8 2,726 158.4 1,742 32.1* (6) 1975 353 46 11-18 39.9 (9) 39.3 7.4 22.3 29 15 5 20 +14 60/620 1976 21.4 407.8 (10) 4,894 219.8 2,638 188.0* 2,256 32.4 (5) 1976 389 52 11-18 40.8 (11) 39.6 7.0 20.1 34 26 13 39 +4 56/579 12 11 415.4* (13) 4,569 302.5 (7) 3,328 112.8 1,241 26.7 1977 294 37 12-18 41.1 38.6 6.8 17.6 29 20 9 29 +1 57/558 1977 21.5 1978 501.4* (1) 5,519 337.7 (2) 3,719 163.6 1,800 38.2 (2) 25.6 421 56 10-18 39.2 37.1 13.0 (4) 18.7 34 20 8 28 +6 55/554 1978 11 11 24.9 464.8* (5) 5,113 345.1 (3) 3,796 119.7 1,317 33.3 (7) 1979 1979 12-16 39.2 37.8 5.7 20.9 33 21 8 29 +1 62/633 366 48 1980 11 26.6 506.9* (2) 5,576 378.3* (1) 4,161 128.6 1,415 39.9* (2) 1980 435 60 5-10 35.7 34.1 8.1 24.6 (7) 44 21 6 27 +8 59/603 1981 437.5* (6) 4,812 330.5 (2) 3,635 107.0 1,177 31.7* (8) 1981 11 349 45 11-19 42.6 (6) 40.7 11.9 (6) 22.5 (12) 43 24 11 35 +7 58/567 22.7 1982 12 27.4 518.6*(1) 6,223 394.3* (1) 4,732 124.3 1,491 41.1* (1) 1982 493 68 8-13 37.1 34.8 15.5 (2) 20.5 34 18 4 22 +9 64/539 1983 26.5 546.7* (2) 6,560 401.7* (1) 4,820 145.0 1,740 52.0* (1) 1983 624 89 3-4 40.6 38.9 9.6 18.8 44 15 6 21 +15 63/561 12 1984 427.5* (12) 4,703 311.1* (3) 3,422 116.5 1,281 32.6* (6) 1984 11 359 49 5-12 40.3 38.4 12.3 (4) 23.3 (6) 43 24 9 33 -5 55/503 22.3 1985 11 21.6 472.5* (2) 5,197 374.3* (1) 4,117 98.2 1,080 36.2* (5) 1985 398 50 15-24 41.7 (9) 39.9 8.4 26.4 (2) 42 20 11 31 +6 33/278 76/657 1986 11 22.5 403.1 4,434 305.5 (2) 3,360 97.6 1,074 37.8 (3) 1986 416 55 10-13 39.7 37.5 14.6 (2) 19.5 33 17 10 27 +1 38.5 (3) 1987 11 24.2 489.0 (2) 5,379 373.5 (3) 4,108 115.5 1,271 1987 423 58 6-8 37.6 34.7 11.4 (13) 20.6 32 19 11 30 even 73/616 82/702 21 +4 9 1988 12 24.3 477.9 (7) 5,735 382.3* (1) 4,588 95.6 1,147 39.5 (6) 1988 12 474 64 9-13 40.6 36.5 11.3 (9) 20.0 25 1989 513.3* (3) 5,646 375.3* (1) 4,128 138.0 1,518 44.7* (2) 1989 492 65 10-13 38.5 32.5 11.9 19.7 32 14 3 17 +14 71/634 11 24.7 11 1990 4,888 340.0* (2) 3,740 104.4 1,148 37.5* (6) 1990 413 53 14-19 40.4 (9) 38.2 13.6 (8) 27.8* (1) 29 13 12 25 +8 49/458 444.4* (13) 22.3 454 61 24.6 5,571 353.2* (1) 3,885 153.3 1,686 41.3* (3) 1991 506.5* (3) 11-18 41.0 34.9 8.6 19.7 16 9 8 17 +14 53/455 11 1991 11 22.2 438.2 (11) 4,820 328.2* (1) 3,610 110.0 1,210 38.8* (2) 1992 427 58 7-10 43.2 1992 11.4 20.7 20 5 7 12 +18 74/612 41.7* (1) 21.7 425.0 (23) 4,675 287.9* (3) 3,167 137.1 1,508 38.3* (5) 1993 421 58 6-11 41.2 39.3 (6) 9.1 20.5 17 10 6 16 +3 59/494 1993 11 435 12 477.8 (5) 5,734 340.0* (1) 4,080 137.8 1,654 36.3* (6) 1994 24.4 59 7-14 42.6 41.2 (2) 8.6 22.8 (13) 27 13 7 20 +1 76/670 1994 11 27.1 556.3* (2) 6,119 399.8* (1) 4,398 156.5 1,721 52.4* (1) 1995 574 77 13-16 38.6 38.1 (17) 11.0 21.0 28 9 6 15 +13 47/434 1995 1996 422.4 5,069 291.9* (4) 3,503 130.5 1,566 42.7* (4) 1996 512 68 12-19 43.9 41.0 (8) 10.6 25.2* (6) 37 19 3 22 +11 71/623 12 22.8 73 513.7* (1) 392.6* (1) 4,711 121.1 1,453 47.1* (1) 1997 565 6,164 18-21 37.5 35.2 (14) 11.8 24.3 (7) 36 17 4 21 +3 57/498 1997 12 26.0 12 21.3 384.9 4,619 253.8* (6) 3,045 131.2 1,574 31.9 (12) 1998 383 49 14-21 43.8 39.4 (7) 11.5 21.0 27 13 5 18 +9 61/536 1998 392.2 4,706 265.9 (4) 3,191 126.3 1,515 34.3 (12) 18.6 1999 411 52 14-20 43.6 39.4 10.9 18.4 49 25 5 30 +5 63/566 12 1999 11 22.9 459.9* (6) 5,059 349.3* (1) 3,842 110.6 1,217 41.5* (4) 2000 456 63 5-10 41.3 34.5 11.0 16.7 26 9 8 17 +2 71/622 2000 22.4 451.2* (12) 5,414 314.7* (1) 3,776 136.5 1,638 37.4 (7) 2001 12 449 60 12-17 41.1 37.0 13.1 (14) 25.2 (8) 24 14 11 25 +1 69/674 2001 1,462 14 18.7 373.1* (4) 5,224 268.7 (4) 3,762 104.4 38.2 (5) 27.4 2002 383 48 16-20 42.1 2002 16.3 (5) 22.3 30 12 12 24 -3 85/784 2003 18.2 345.0 4,485 235.6 (7) 3,063 109.4 1,422 24.8 2003 322 40 15-24 44.3 40.1* (9) 9.7 24.3 30 14 10 24 +23* (1) 89/710 13 11 17.6 3,995 176.3 1,939 186.9 2,056 25.0 2004 275 37 6-12 40.7 38.4 5.8 19.7 25 10 23 33 -12 75/561 2004 363.2 296 34 3,844 96.0 1,152 224.3 2,692 24.7 2005 320.3 19-23 45.9 39.8* (2) 12.9 19.7 27 11 13 24 -2 89/693 2005 12 18.4 14 20.4 414.6 (14) 5,804 170.5 2,387 244.1 3,417 30.6 2006 428 59 5-7 39.1 37.2 8.2 17.4 25 17 8 25 even 74/614 2006 2007 24.3 468.2 (9) 5,619 144.4 1,733 323.8 (7) 3,886 33.4 2007 401 53 9-9 40.3 36.3 8.2 21.9 19 11 17 28 -17 77/589 12 3,653 22.7 450.8 (12) 5,860 169.8 2,207 281.0 (15) 2008 35.4 2008 460 58 18-21 38.5 32.1 12.1 21.8 31 17 11 28 -11 94/800 13 322.8 4,519 147.1 2,059 175.7 2,460 25.1 14 16.1 2009 352 40 24-28 41.2 34.7 11.6 24.1 21 11 12 23 +5 100/894 2009 2010 14 18.1 398.1 5,574 247.6* (9) 3,466 150.6 2,108 30.9 2010 432 48 18-19 43.2 37.7 12.9* (14) 22.9 45 16 8 24 -1 109/993 86/688 2011 20.4 379.9 4,939 217.2 (15) 2,824 162.7 2,115 29.2 2011 379 46 19-23 44.5 (10) 38.3 7.7 25.5 (9) 32 11 8 19 -1 13 2012 14 23.6 460.8* 6,451 253.4* (8) 3,547 207.4 2,904 34.8 2012 487 61 20-27 41.2 35.4 9.3 21.6 35 22 13 35 -12 88/847 2013 13 22.2 412.4 5,361 215.7 2,804 196.7 2,557 31.9 2013 415 54 13-14 41.6 37.9 3.0 22.8 32 16 13 29 -11 76/665 2014 2014 452.3 5,880 240.2 3,123 212.1 2,757 37.8 (12) 22.3 491 64 15-22 41.1 37.3 15.9* (5) 20.8 27 13 12 25 -2 75/655 13 201 5 13 22. 8 446.9 5,810 180.0 2,340 266.9 3,470 32.8 201 5 427 52 21-27 43.6 39.4 10.4 17.6 11 6 21 27 -12 94/829 2016 380.8 4,951 169.2 2,199 211.7 2,752 26.5 13 20.5 2016 345 44 12-15 38.3 33.6 7.3 21.5 16 5 9 14 +5 75/695 -7 2017 12 19.7 385.0 4,620 107.5 1,290 277.5 3,330 25.8 2017 309 39 12-14 42.1 38.9 6.2 22.6 12 2 17 19 75/728 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 117

118 Annual Team Defensive Statistics Football Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opponent Turnovers Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Total Off. Rush Pass Pass Avg. Opp. Opp. Opp. PR KOR Punt Rush NU NU NU Fum. Tot. NU Opp. Opp. Total Off. Avg. Yards Avg. Yards Avg. Yards Pts. Points TD FGM-FGA Year Avg. Avg. Avg. Pen./Yds. Sacks/Yds. TFL/Yds. PBU Fum. Lost Int. TOs Margin Sacks/Yds Year Games First Downs 11.6 9 2,395 177.0 1,593 89.1* 802 17.9 161 24 0-0 1946 10.3 16.2 35.3 45/373 22 8 30 +9 1946 266.1 33.6 15.3 2,850 198.7 1,788 118.0 1,062 21.2 191 28 0-0 1947 11.7 17.0 316.7 56/450 14 8 22 -8 1947 9 10 14.7 379.5 3,795 238.4 2,384 141.1 1,411 30.3 303 41 0-0 1948 13.4 18.2 34.3 78/724 1948 23 11 34 +6 11.1 266.3 2,397 200.2 1,802 66.1 595 19.1 172 27 0-0 1949 11.2 13.1 36.4 69/512 16 18 34 +15 1949 9 38.6 9 3,287 236.8 2,131 128.4 1,156 24.1 217 32 0-0 1950 9.0 16.3 365.2 54/455 19 11 30 +12 1950 16.4 10 16.7 361.7 3,617 225.5 2,255 136.2 1,362 25.9 259 38 1-1 1951 12.2 19.0 36.9 69/599 16 16 32 -5 1951 10 12.4 249.1 2,491 143.2 1,432 105.9 1,059 12.3 123 17 3-3 1952 10.0 20.5 33.9 46/386 28 17 12 29 -3 1952 8.1 10 304.9 3,049 232.2 2,322 72.7 727 18.4 184 26 1-1 1953 17.4 33.5 46/407 39 19 10 29 +5 1953 16.0 10 15.5 281.2 2,812 199.0 199.0 82.2 822 16.8 168 25 0-0 1954 8.7 17.6 36.1 50/487 45 25 8 33 -3 1954 1955 278.5 2,785 233.6 2,336 44.9* (11) 449 17.6 176 26 0-0 1955 9.6 19.1 34.8 52/470 44 18 10 28 even 10 15.4 10.8 10 3,473 271.1 2,711 76.2 762 20.6 206 30 1-1 1956 10.8 347.3 32.1 54/494 38 25 7 32 even 1956 17.4 10 20.5 359.3 3,593 278.7 2,787 80.6 806 24.3 243 36 0-0 1957 10.5 18.4 35.4 54/530 42 21 13 34 -2 1957 10 350.5 3,505 276.0 2,760 74.5 (14) 745 23.5 235 33 2-2 1958 4.5 21.9 37.9 56/514 32 15 6 21 -4 1958 18.9 6.5 273.1 2,731 187.5 1,875 85.6 856 16.0 160 21 5-6 1959 14.9 19.2 33.6 54/453 38 15 9 24 -2 1959 10 10 14.2 260.6 2,606 194.2 1,942 66.4 664 16.4 164 23 4-4 1960 4.1 18.1 37.5 44/397 31 16 7 23 -3 1960 1961 266.4 2,664 186.4 1,864 80.0 800 13.5 135 19 4-4 1961 7.4 17.4 35.4 37/295 35 22 6 28 +12 10 14.7 9.6 219.3 2,193 127.5 1,275 91.8 918 12.7 127 18 1-1 1962 11.8 19.1 33.1 39/291 21 10 9 19 -6 1962 10 10 11.8 212.0 2,121 99.9* (11) 999 112.1 1,121 10.7 107 15 5-5 1963 5.0 18.6 37.8 33/260 28 14 14 28 +6 1963 15.8 1,670 100.5* (15) 1,005 66.5* (3) 665 7.5 (10) 75 10 2-4 1964 12.9 8.9 167.0* (2) 33.9 53/410 10 25 15 7 22 -1 10 1964 10 11.2 202.8* (8) 2,028 109.2* 1,092 93.6 (14) 936 9.0 (9) 90 11 5-7 1965 11.0 16.2 38.4 40/343 31 24 15 18 33 +8 1965 10 12.6 228.0* 2,280 99.6* 996 128.4 1,284 8.4 84 11 4-5 1966 7.8 20.1 36.3 43/389 1966 43 28 14 18 32 +5 1967 10 157.6* (1) 1,576 67.5* (4) 675 90.1* (1) 901 8.3 (3) 83 10 4-9 1967 9.8 17.7 36.8 36/380 22 18 11 11 22 -18 9.7 10 259.4 2,594 136.8 1,368 122.6 (8) 1,226 16.1 161 22 4-10 1968 5.3 16.6 41.3 57/629 59/266 35 21 13 8 21 -10 1968 14.7 39.8 10 2,533 130.4 1,304 122.9* 1,229 11.3 113 14 5-10 1969 10.6 19.2 253.3* 52/506 73/394 24 24 14 21 35 +6 15.2 1969 11 16.0 306.1 3,367 148.3* 1,631 157.8 1,736 16.1 177 25 3-7 1970 7.5 1970 39.3 60/555 64/330 43 23 15 30 45 +17 24.6 12.8 202.9* (5) 2,435 85.9* (2) 1,031 117.0* 1,404 8.2 (3) 98 13 3-5 1971 12 17.5 38.8 58/501 87/391 36 36 20 27 47 +26 1971 6.3 11 11.3 217.4* (4) 2,391 108.5 (8) 1,193 108.9* 1,198 8.3 (4) 91 11 5-10 1972 8.0 1972 32.5 42/507 57/285 42 35 24 12 36 -4 17.3 1973 11 11.7 245.8 (13) 2,704 205.9 2,265 39.9* (1) 439 14.5 160 21 6-11 1973 6.6 21.2 38.0 45/382 50/236 34 31 17 15 32 +1 15.7 263.5 2,898 165.1 1,816 98.4 1,082 11.1 (8) 122 17 1-7 1974 2.8 13.5 36.3 51/456 60/255 20 35 20 15 35 +6 1974 11 11 11.4 224.1* (8) 2,465 137.7* (15) 1,515 86.4* 950 10.9 140 15 3-8 1975 1975 17.9 40.1 53/498 89/299 28 39 22 12 34 +14 2.2 1976 12 13.1 262.3* 3,148 163.8 1,966 98.5 1,182 13.1 157 16 16-23 1976 4.5 16.3 37.4 63/605 83/409 25 48 30 13 43 +4 1977 11 16.9 301.5 3,317 207.3 2,280 94.3* (7) 1,037 16.6 183 22 9-16 1977 6.4 18.2 36.2 42/345 57/211 30 28 13 17 30 +1 1978 15.2 288.8 3,177 150.6* 1,657 138.2 1,520 16.8 185 26 2-6 1978 6.9 19.6 39.4 58/551 56/205 42 40 21 13 34 +6 11 39.8 2,383 93.1* (2) 1,024 123.5 1,359 10.4 (9) 114 15 4-10 1979 7.0 17.2 12.3 216.6* (5) 51/490 77/423 23 28 13 17 30 +1 1979 11 11 13.9 210.7* (3) 2,318 88.0* (3) 968 122.7 1,350 8.5 (2) 93 11 8-9 1980 5.6 17.9 42.2 42/383 95/597 29 40 21 14 35 +8 1980 14.0 240.5* (6) 1981 2,645 140.4 1,544 100.1* (1) 1,101 9.6 (4) 103 9 13-20 1981 8.4 14.0 42.7 42/347 41/326 53/139 27 41 23 19 42 +7 11 16.1 16.6 290.6 (14) 3,487 125.5* 1,506 165.1 1,981 12.3 (5) 147 17 10-20 1982 7.5 12 44.4 54/425 29/226 48/115 41 24 15 16 31 +9 10/55 1982 1983 12 19.7 368.3 4,420 149.4 1,793 218.9 2,627 15.5 186 22 10-15 1983 3.8 17.1 39.6 63/525 34/235 84/361 40 34 15 21 36 +15 10/71 5.4 1984 203.3* (1) 2,236 78.8 (4) 867 124.5* (5) 1,369 9.5* (1) 105 13 5-9 1984 11.8 16.5 41.2 48/420 44/325 44/325 56 18 12 16 28 -5 16/110 11 1985 11 15.2 279.1 (6) 3,070 121.2 (15) 1,333 157.9 1,737 12.4 (9) 136 16 8-10 1985 6.3 15.3 40.7 53/384 49/383 82/473 51 36 17 20 37 +6 15/86 17.3 1986 13.2 235.6 (2) 2,592 95.7 (9) 1,053 139.9 (11) 1,539 13.6 (7) 150 18 8-11 1986 4.6 11 40.6 77/624 40/280 99/491 36 32 14 14 28 +1 12/98 15/91 11 15.6 264.7 (8) 2,912 107.0 (9) 1,177 157.7 1,735 12.1 (6) 133 15 8-15 1987 6.9 17.6 38.1 79/465 37/260 78/365 57 31 13 17 30 even 1987 45 1988 12 14.5 262.8* (7) 3,153 127.9* 1,535 134.8* (6) 1,618 15.2 (13) 182 21 13-15 1988 8.9 16.1 38.9 67/530 38/243 32/390 28 9 16 25 +4 12/75 7/50 1989 11 16.2 274.1* (8) 3,015 111.3* 1,224 162.8 1,791 15.8 174 21 9-11 1989 16.9 16.9 40.2 76/565 39/244 89/441 41 35 14 17 31 +14 6.2 1990 11 14.5 263.5* (7) 2,898 132.5 1,457 131.0* (11) 1,441 13.4 (7) 147 17 9-15 1990 16.8 38.6 60/509 42/269 100/446 44 36 19 14 33 +8 5/23 15/80 31 +14 11 1991 16 19.0 342.9 3,772 137.8 1,516 205.1 2,256 18.9 208 25 11-14 1991 12.3 18.3 35.0 57/488 34/231 73/349 42 32 15 1992 16.6 309.6 3,405 138.1 1,519 171.5 1,886 15.6 (13T) 172 19 12-16 1992 4.1 18.9 39.7 53/446 35/236 81/364 39 27 14 16 30 +18 9/68 11 11 3,384 143.7* 1,581 163.9*(12) 1,803 16.0* (13T) 176 22 8-17 1993 5.2 19.9 39.2 76/633 44/294 91/389 75 16 9 10 19 +3 12/73 1993 16.1 307.6* (12) 41.4 12 3,106 79.3* (4) 951 179.6 (10) 2,155 12.1* (2) 145 18 7-11 1994 2.9 18.2 14.7 258.8* (4) 60/475 43/263 91/401 46 18 4 17 21 +1 6/54 1994 11 15.4 294.1 (13) 3,235 78.4* (2) 862 215.7 2,373 13.6 (4) 150 21 2-3 1995 2.4 1995 40.8 80/656 32/231 90/378 48 23 8 20 28 +13 0/0 16.3 1996 12 14.8 255.4* (7) 3,065 83.8* (5) 1,006 171.6 (7) 2,059 12.8* (5) 153 16 12-17 1996 5.1 16.9 38.9 76/598 47/304 127/497 58 27 10 23 33 +11 10/66 6.3 1997 13.0 257.3 (5) 3,088 73.4* (3) 881 183.9 2,207 16.4 (12) 197 27 4-7 1997 12 20.7 34.2 81/614 44/313 109/464 56 25 12 12 24 +3 4/26 1998 12 16.6 313.7 3,764 116.8 1,402 196.8 2,362 15.3 (11) 183 24 6-8 1998 10.4 19.9 34.6 103/830 33/233 105/385 58 30 13 14 27 +9 20/146 1999 13.4 252.3 (4) 3,027 77.1 (6) 925 175.2 (2) 2,102 12.5 (3) 150 19 6-15 1999 8.5 21.4 39.0 76/592 53/395 112/530 58 30 17 18 35 +5 17/103 12 12.6 2000 16.6 322.0 3,540 113.7 1,249 208.3 (7) 2,291 19.4 213 26 11-18 2000 11 21.7 37.2 83/654 25/145 88/285 90 14 5 14 19 +2 10/75 2001 12 16.2 287.2 (8) 3,446 116.9 1,403 170.2* (2) 2,043 15.8 (6) 189 24 7-11 2001 8.1 16.8 40.5 79/601 39/328 106/499 65 20 7 19 26 +1 7/53 18.1 2002 19.4 361.9 5,067 146.6 2,053 215.3 3,014 23.9 335 41 17-21 2002 9.4 14 39.4 90/676 32/231 126/375 63 23 8 13 21 -3 26/188 2003 13 16.8 297.2 (11) 3,863 119.3 1,551 177.8* (1) 2,312 14.5* (2) 188 24 8-12 2003 10.9 22.4 40.7 82/669 27/211 96/350 69 26 15* 32* (1) 47* (2) +23* (1) 17/127 18-23 2004 11 19.0 371.6 4,088 104.0 (11) 1,144 267.6 2,944 27.1 298 35 112/305 2004 6.0 24.7 39.6 91/678 25/164 68 19 7 14 21 -12 16/117 2005 18.1 332.2 3,986 124.2 1,491 207.9 (10) 2,495 21.0 252 30 13-25 2005 8.8 18.3 42.8 85/719 50/381 140/573 76 31 9 13 22 -2 38/253 12 40.2 331.9 4,646 116.6 1,632 215.3 3,014 18.3 256 32 12-17 2006 4.1 18.0 16.9 77/583 31/238 105/386 49 32 13 12 25 even 30/206 2006 14 12 24.9 476.8 5,722 232.2 2,786 244.7 2,936 37.9 455 60 14-18 2007 6.5 21.2 40.7 73/597 13/94 74/245 52 15 3 8 11 -17 18/115 2007 13 17.5 349.8 4,548 116.5 1,514 233.4 3,034 28.5 371 49 10-17 2008 9.5 23.9 38.5 64/477 35/269 98/378 58 17 5 12 17 -11 21/128 2008 16.3 272.0 3,808 93.1 (9) 1,304 178.9* (1) 2,504 10.4* (1) 146 16 12-24 2009 2009 11.8 19.4 41.4 84/678 44/312 93/419 80 26 8 20 28 +5 19/121 14 2010 14 17.0 306.8 (11) 4,295 153.1 2,144 153.1*(5) 2,151 17.4 (9) 243 26 20-27 2010 9.6 23.6 42.6 63/552 31/242 75/291 54 16 4 19 23 -1 29/195 2011 18.8 350.7 4,559 158.5 2,060 192.2 2,499 23.4 304 40 8-15 2011 11.9 24.0 39.9 77/757 21/136 61/217 43 16 8 10 18 -1 21/99 13 14 11.8 360.6 5,049 192.5 2,695 168.1 2,354 27.6 386 49 13-23 2012 2012 20.6 40.1 78/749 31/177 78/277 56 21 10 13 23 -12 35/250 18.1 40.1 13 370.8 4,820 156.2 2,030 214.6 2,790 24.8 323 38 19-25 2013 8.1 20.2 20.1 59/511 39/270 94/411 40 18 4 14 18 -11 17/140 2013 2014 13 18.9 383.7 4,988 177.8 2,312 205.8 2,676 26.4 343 44 11-16 2014 8.9 21.2 38.8 76/680 29/240 80/347 51 20 10 13 23 -2 22/129 14/143 201 13 18.9 400.4 5,205 109.8 1,428 290.5 3,777 27.8 362 45 16-24 201 5 11.5 18.9 40.2 84/751 24/162 87/284 50 15 5 10 15 -12 5 10.7 2016 13 17.8 363.7 4,728 147.8 1,922 215.8 2,806 23.9 311 40 12-17 2016 22.1 40.5 65/578 26/173 85/250 45 10 3 16 19 +5 15/135 24/173 9 12 -7 2017 12 23.5 436.2 5,234 214.8 2,577 221.4 2,657 36.4 437 58 10-13 2017 10.1 23.4 39.7 72/638 14/85 57/167 28 17 3 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 118

119 Annual Team Defensive Statistics Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp. Opponent Turnovers Opp. Punt Opp. Rush Rush Pass Pass Avg. Opp. Opp. Opp. PR KOR Total Off. Opp. NU NU NU Fum. Tot. NU Opp. Total Off. First Downs Avg. Yards Avg. Yards Avg. Yards Pts. Points TD FGM-FGA Year Avg. Avg. Year Pen./Yds. Sacks/Yds. TFL/Yds. PBU Fum. Lost Int. TOs Margin Sacks/Yds Games Avg. 11.6 266.1 2,395 177.0 1,593 89.1* 802 17.9 161 24 0-0 1946 9 10.3 16.2 35.3 45/373 22 8 30 +9 1946 Football 33.6 9 2,850 198.7 1,788 118.0 1,062 21.2 191 28 0-0 1947 11.7 17.0 316.7 56/450 14 8 22 -8 1947 15.3 10 14.7 379.5 3,795 238.4 2,384 141.1 1,411 30.3 303 41 0-0 1948 13.4 18.2 34.3 78/724 23 11 34 +6 1948 13.1 9 2,397 200.2 1,802 66.1 595 19.1 172 27 0-0 1949 11.2 266.3 36.4 69/512 16 18 34 +15 1949 11.1 9 16.4 365.2 3,287 236.8 2,131 128.4 1,156 24.1 217 32 0-0 1950 9.0 16.3 38.6 54/455 19 11 30 +12 1950 10 19.0 361.7 3,617 225.5 2,255 136.2 1,362 25.9 259 38 1-1 1951 12.2 36.9 69/599 16 16 32 -5 1951 16.7 10 33.9 249.1 2,491 143.2 1,432 105.9 1,059 12.3 123 17 3-3 1952 10.0 20.5 46/386 28 17 12 29 -3 1952 12.4 8.1 10 304.9 3,049 232.2 2,322 72.7 727 18.4 184 26 1-1 1953 17.4 33.5 46/407 39 19 10 29 +5 1953 16.0 10 15.5 281.2 2,812 199.0 199.0 82.2 822 16.8 168 25 0-0 1954 8.7 17.6 36.1 50/487 45 25 8 33 -3 1954 1955 278.5 2,785 233.6 2,336 44.9* (11) 449 17.6 176 26 0-0 1955 9.6 19.1 34.8 52/470 44 18 10 28 even 10 15.4 10.8 10 3,473 271.1 2,711 76.2 762 20.6 206 30 1-1 1956 10.8 347.3 32.1 54/494 38 25 7 32 even 1956 17.4 10 20.5 359.3 3,593 278.7 2,787 80.6 806 24.3 243 36 0-0 1957 10.5 18.4 35.4 54/530 42 21 13 34 -2 1957 10 350.5 3,505 276.0 2,760 74.5 (14) 745 23.5 235 33 2-2 1958 4.5 21.9 37.9 56/514 32 15 6 21 -4 1958 18.9 6.5 273.1 2,731 187.5 1,875 85.6 856 16.0 160 21 5-6 1959 14.9 19.2 33.6 54/453 38 15 9 24 -2 1959 10 10 14.2 260.6 2,606 194.2 1,942 66.4 664 16.4 164 23 4-4 1960 4.1 18.1 37.5 44/397 31 16 7 23 -3 1960 1961 266.4 2,664 186.4 1,864 80.0 800 13.5 135 19 4-4 1961 7.4 17.4 35.4 37/295 35 22 6 28 +12 10 14.7 9.6 219.3 2,193 127.5 1,275 91.8 918 12.7 127 18 1-1 1962 11.8 19.1 33.1 39/291 21 10 9 19 -6 1962 10 10 11.8 212.0 2,121 99.9* (11) 999 112.1 1,121 10.7 107 15 5-5 1963 5.0 18.6 37.8 33/260 28 14 14 28 +6 1963 15.8 1,670 100.5* (15) 1,005 66.5* (3) 665 7.5 (10) 75 10 2-4 1964 12.9 8.9 167.0* (2) 33.9 53/410 10 25 15 7 22 -1 10 1964 10 11.2 202.8* (8) 2,028 109.2* 1,092 93.6 (14) 936 9.0 (9) 90 11 5-7 1965 11.0 16.2 38.4 40/343 31 24 15 18 33 +8 1965 10 12.6 228.0* 2,280 99.6* 996 128.4 1,284 8.4 84 11 4-5 1966 7.8 20.1 36.3 43/389 1966 43 28 14 18 32 +5 1967 10 157.6* (1) 1,576 67.5* (4) 675 90.1* (1) 901 8.3 (3) 83 10 4-9 1967 9.8 17.7 36.8 36/380 22 18 11 11 22 -18 9.7 10 259.4 2,594 136.8 1,368 122.6 (8) 1,226 16.1 161 22 4-10 1968 5.3 16.6 41.3 57/629 59/266 35 21 13 8 21 -10 1968 14.7 39.8 10 2,533 130.4 1,304 122.9* 1,229 11.3 113 14 5-10 1969 10.6 19.2 253.3* 52/506 73/394 24 24 14 21 35 +6 15.2 1969 11 16.0 306.1 3,367 148.3* 1,631 157.8 1,736 16.1 177 25 3-7 1970 7.5 1970 39.3 60/555 64/330 43 23 15 30 45 +17 24.6 12.8 202.9* (5) 2,435 85.9* (2) 1,031 117.0* 1,404 8.2 (3) 98 13 3-5 1971 12 17.5 38.8 58/501 87/391 36 36 20 27 47 +26 1971 6.3 11 11.3 217.4* (4) 2,391 108.5 (8) 1,193 108.9* 1,198 8.3 (4) 91 11 5-10 1972 8.0 1972 32.5 42/507 57/285 42 35 24 12 36 -4 17.3 1973 11 11.7 245.8 (13) 2,704 205.9 2,265 39.9* (1) 439 14.5 160 21 6-11 1973 6.6 21.2 38.0 45/382 50/236 34 31 17 15 32 +1 15.7 263.5 2,898 165.1 1,816 98.4 1,082 11.1 (8) 122 17 1-7 1974 2.8 13.5 36.3 51/456 60/255 20 35 20 15 35 +6 1974 11 11 11.4 224.1* (8) 2,465 137.7* (15) 1,515 86.4* 950 10.9 140 15 3-8 1975 1975 17.9 40.1 53/498 89/299 28 39 22 12 34 +14 2.2 1976 12 13.1 262.3* 3,148 163.8 1,966 98.5 1,182 13.1 157 16 16-23 1976 4.5 16.3 37.4 63/605 83/409 25 48 30 13 43 +4 1977 11 16.9 301.5 3,317 207.3 2,280 94.3* (7) 1,037 16.6 183 22 9-16 1977 6.4 18.2 36.2 42/345 57/211 30 28 13 17 30 +1 1978 15.2 288.8 3,177 150.6* 1,657 138.2 1,520 16.8 185 26 2-6 1978 6.9 19.6 39.4 58/551 56/205 42 40 21 13 34 +6 11 39.8 2,383 93.1* (2) 1,024 123.5 1,359 10.4 (9) 114 15 4-10 1979 7.0 17.2 12.3 216.6* (5) 51/490 77/423 23 28 13 17 30 +1 1979 11 11 13.9 210.7* (3) 2,318 88.0* (3) 968 122.7 1,350 8.5 (2) 93 11 8-9 1980 5.6 17.9 42.2 42/383 95/597 29 40 21 14 35 +8 1980 14.0 240.5* (6) 1981 2,645 140.4 1,544 100.1* (1) 1,101 9.6 (4) 103 9 13-20 1981 8.4 14.0 42.7 42/347 41/326 53/139 27 41 23 19 42 +7 11 16.1 16.6 290.6 (14) 3,487 125.5* 1,506 165.1 1,981 12.3 (5) 147 17 10-20 1982 7.5 12 44.4 54/425 29/226 48/115 41 24 15 16 31 +9 10/55 1982 1983 12 19.7 368.3 4,420 149.4 1,793 218.9 2,627 15.5 186 22 10-15 1983 3.8 17.1 39.6 63/525 34/235 84/361 40 34 15 21 36 +15 10/71 5.4 1984 203.3* (1) 2,236 78.8 (4) 867 124.5* (5) 1,369 9.5* (1) 105 13 5-9 1984 11.8 16.5 41.2 48/420 44/325 44/325 56 18 12 16 28 -5 16/110 11 1985 11 15.2 279.1 (6) 3,070 121.2 (15) 1,333 157.9 1,737 12.4 (9) 136 16 8-10 1985 6.3 15.3 40.7 53/384 49/383 82/473 51 36 17 20 37 +6 15/86 17.3 1986 13.2 235.6 (2) 2,592 95.7 (9) 1,053 139.9 (11) 1,539 13.6 (7) 150 18 8-11 1986 4.6 11 40.6 77/624 40/280 99/491 36 32 14 14 28 +1 12/98 15/91 11 15.6 264.7 (8) 2,912 107.0 (9) 1,177 157.7 1,735 12.1 (6) 133 15 8-15 1987 6.9 17.6 38.1 79/465 37/260 78/365 57 31 13 17 30 even 1987 45 1988 12 14.5 262.8* (7) 3,153 127.9* 1,535 134.8* (6) 1,618 15.2 (13) 182 21 13-15 1988 8.9 16.1 38.9 67/530 38/243 32/390 28 9 16 25 +4 12/75 7/50 1989 11 16.2 274.1* (8) 3,015 111.3* 1,224 162.8 1,791 15.8 174 21 9-11 1989 16.9 16.9 40.2 76/565 39/244 89/441 41 35 14 17 31 +14 6.2 1990 11 14.5 263.5* (7) 2,898 132.5 1,457 131.0* (11) 1,441 13.4 (7) 147 17 9-15 1990 16.8 38.6 60/509 42/269 100/446 44 36 19 14 33 +8 5/23 15/80 31 +14 11 1991 16 19.0 342.9 3,772 137.8 1,516 205.1 2,256 18.9 208 25 11-14 1991 12.3 18.3 35.0 57/488 34/231 73/349 42 32 15 1992 16.6 309.6 3,405 138.1 1,519 171.5 1,886 15.6 (13T) 172 19 12-16 1992 4.1 18.9 39.7 53/446 35/236 81/364 39 27 14 16 30 +18 9/68 11 11 3,384 143.7* 1,581 163.9*(12) 1,803 16.0* (13T) 176 22 8-17 1993 5.2 19.9 39.2 76/633 44/294 91/389 75 16 9 10 19 +3 12/73 1993 16.1 307.6* (12) 41.4 12 3,106 79.3* (4) 951 179.6 (10) 2,155 12.1* (2) 145 18 7-11 1994 2.9 18.2 14.7 258.8* (4) 60/475 43/263 91/401 46 18 4 17 21 +1 6/54 1994 11 15.4 294.1 (13) 3,235 78.4* (2) 862 215.7 2,373 13.6 (4) 150 21 2-3 1995 2.4 1995 40.8 80/656 32/231 90/378 48 23 8 20 28 +13 0/0 16.3 1996 12 14.8 255.4* (7) 3,065 83.8* (5) 1,006 171.6 (7) 2,059 12.8* (5) 153 16 12-17 1996 5.1 16.9 38.9 76/598 47/304 127/497 58 27 10 23 33 +11 10/66 6.3 1997 13.0 257.3 (5) 3,088 73.4* (3) 881 183.9 2,207 16.4 (12) 197 27 4-7 1997 12 20.7 34.2 81/614 44/313 109/464 56 25 12 12 24 +3 4/26 1998 12 16.6 313.7 3,764 116.8 1,402 196.8 2,362 15.3 (11) 183 24 6-8 1998 10.4 19.9 34.6 103/830 33/233 105/385 58 30 13 14 27 +9 20/146 1999 13.4 252.3 (4) 3,027 77.1 (6) 925 175.2 (2) 2,102 12.5 (3) 150 19 6-15 1999 8.5 21.4 39.0 76/592 53/395 112/530 58 30 17 18 35 +5 17/103 12 12.6 2000 16.6 322.0 3,540 113.7 1,249 208.3 (7) 2,291 19.4 213 26 11-18 2000 11 21.7 37.2 83/654 25/145 88/285 90 14 5 14 19 +2 10/75 2001 12 16.2 287.2 (8) 3,446 116.9 1,403 170.2* (2) 2,043 15.8 (6) 189 24 7-11 2001 8.1 16.8 40.5 79/601 39/328 106/499 65 20 7 19 26 +1 7/53 18.1 2002 19.4 361.9 5,067 146.6 2,053 215.3 3,014 23.9 335 41 17-21 2002 9.4 14 39.4 90/676 32/231 126/375 63 23 8 13 21 -3 26/188 2003 13 16.8 297.2 (11) 3,863 119.3 1,551 177.8* (1) 2,312 14.5* (2) 188 24 8-12 2003 10.9 22.4 40.7 82/669 27/211 96/350 69 26 15* 32* (1) 47* (2) +23* (1) 17/127 18-23 2004 11 19.0 371.6 4,088 104.0 (11) 1,144 267.6 2,944 27.1 298 35 112/305 2004 6.0 24.7 39.6 91/678 25/164 68 19 7 14 21 -12 16/117 2005 18.1 332.2 3,986 124.2 1,491 207.9 (10) 2,495 21.0 252 30 13-25 2005 8.8 18.3 42.8 85/719 50/381 140/573 76 31 9 13 22 -2 38/253 12 40.2 331.9 4,646 116.6 1,632 215.3 3,014 18.3 256 32 12-17 2006 4.1 18.0 16.9 77/583 31/238 105/386 49 32 13 12 25 even 30/206 2006 14 12 24.9 476.8 5,722 232.2 2,786 244.7 2,936 37.9 455 60 14-18 2007 6.5 21.2 40.7 73/597 13/94 74/245 52 15 3 8 11 -17 18/115 2007 13 17.5 349.8 4,548 116.5 1,514 233.4 3,034 28.5 371 49 10-17 2008 9.5 23.9 38.5 64/477 35/269 98/378 58 17 5 12 17 -11 21/128 2008 16.3 272.0 3,808 93.1 (9) 1,304 178.9* (1) 2,504 10.4* (1) 146 16 12-24 2009 2009 11.8 19.4 41.4 84/678 44/312 93/419 80 26 8 20 28 +5 19/121 14 2010 14 17.0 306.8 (11) 4,295 153.1 2,144 153.1*(5) 2,151 17.4 (9) 243 26 20-27 2010 9.6 23.6 42.6 63/552 31/242 75/291 54 16 4 19 23 -1 29/195 2011 18.8 350.7 4,559 158.5 2,060 192.2 2,499 23.4 304 40 8-15 2011 11.9 24.0 39.9 77/757 21/136 61/217 43 16 8 10 18 -1 21/99 13 14 11.8 360.6 5,049 192.5 2,695 168.1 2,354 27.6 386 49 13-23 2012 2012 20.6 40.1 78/749 31/177 78/277 56 21 10 13 23 -12 35/250 18.1 40.1 13 370.8 4,820 156.2 2,030 214.6 2,790 24.8 323 38 19-25 2013 8.1 20.2 20.1 59/511 39/270 94/411 40 18 4 14 18 -11 17/140 2013 2014 13 18.9 383.7 4,988 177.8 2,312 205.8 2,676 26.4 343 44 11-16 2014 8.9 21.2 38.8 76/680 29/240 80/347 51 20 10 13 23 -2 22/129 14/143 201 13 18.9 400.4 5,205 109.8 1,428 290.5 3,777 27.8 362 45 16-24 201 5 11.5 18.9 40.2 84/751 24/162 87/284 50 15 5 10 15 -12 5 10.7 2016 13 17.8 363.7 4,728 147.8 1,922 215.8 2,806 23.9 311 40 12-17 2016 22.1 40.5 65/578 26/173 85/250 45 10 3 16 19 +5 15/135 24/173 9 12 -7 2017 12 23.5 436.2 5,234 214.8 2,577 221.4 2,657 36.4 437 58 10-13 2017 10.1 23.4 39.7 72/638 14/85 57/167 28 17 3 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 119

120 Nebraska Annual Statistical Leaders Football Passing Yards Rushing Yards Att. Year Leader TD TD Yards Comp. Int. Year Leader Att. Yards Avg. 3.9 1 5 291 8 18 61 Sam Vacanti 1946 85 332 1946 Dick Hutton, HB Del Wiegand 1 5.0 50 249 Dale Adams, HB 1947 1947 53 13 10 176 2 Kenny Fischer 31 20 3 296 1 1948 1948 Cletus Fischer, HB 74 308 4.2 4 2 4 1949 Fran Nagle 95 33 9 1949 Bill Mueller, HB 142 559 3.9 592 46 95 Fran Nagle 1950 7.0 19 9 697 5 1950 Bobby Reynolds, HB (2) 193 1,342 1951 6 4.9 87 424 Bobby Reynolds, HB 1 1951 John Bordogna 74 31 431 4 8 3.9 149 576 John Bordogna, QB 1952 1952 John Bordogna 81 30 9 532 1 1953 5 655 5 52 116 John Bordogna 1 1953 Bob Smith, HB 136 704 5.2 3 336 41 Don Erway 1954 4 21 1 1954 Willie Greenlaw, HB 56 427 7.6 58 1955 21 4 312 1 3 4.5 133 599 Rex Fischer, QB 1955 Don Erway 1956 1 4 12 22 Roy Stinnett 171 1956 Jerry Brown, FB 129 690 5.3 5 Roy Stinnett 22 8 10 140 1 1957 1957 Jerry Brown, FB 97 398 4.1 0 George Harshman 32 2 4 201 1 1958 1958 Larry Naviaux, HB 74 261 3.5 13 5.6 3 4 200 7 19 53 Harry Tolly 1959 1959 Carroll Zaruba, HB 82 463 1960 1960 4.4 96 422 Bill Thornton, FB 4 Pat Fischer 35 9 6 161 1 5 4.9 127 618 Bill Thornton, HB 1961 1961 Dennis Claridge 104 38 3 464 3 Dennis Claridge Willie Ross, HB 3 4.8 89 431 1962 1962 128 56 8 829 4 1963 1963 Rudy Johnson, HB 91 573 6.3 7 Dennis Claridge 66 31 3 440 1 1964 3 893 8 54 102 Bob Churchich 7 1964 Frank Solich, FB 87 444 5.1 5.6 1965 46 11 632 6 Fred Duda 1965 Harry Wilson, HB 5 110 120 672 1966 4.6 Harry Wilson, HB 138 635 3 96 174 Bob Churchich 1966 9 1,136 4 162 717 Dick Davis, FB 1967 1 1967 7 Frank Patrick (12) 233 116 13 1,449 4.4 1968 6 5 907 73 144 Ernie Sigler 1968 10 3.6 186 677 Joe Orduna, HB 3.1 1969 1969 Jeff Kinney, HB 177 546 3 9 8 1,302 101 177 Jerry Tagge 187 834 4.5 14 Jerry Tagge 7 1,383 12 1970 104 165 Joe Orduna, HB 1970 1971 4 2,019 17 143 239 Jerry Tagge 1971 Jeff Kinney, HB 222 1,037 4.7 16 1972 266 Dave Humm 1972 140 16 2,074 17 Gary Dixon, IB 130 506 3.9 8 1973 1973 Tony Davis, IB 254 1,008 4.0 12 Dave Humm 196 109 12 1,526 12 104 1974 8 1,435 12 1974 Dave Humm Monte Anthony, IB 109 587 5.4 6 175 1975 Vince Ferragamo 4 1,153 12 79 134 1975 Monte Anthony, IB 7 4.5 161 723 1976 1976 Rick Berns, IB 155 854 5.5 9 2,071 20 145 254 Vince Ferragamo (13) 9 10 197 1,301 3 I.M. Hipp, IB (11) 1977 6.6 1977 Randy Garcia 94 38 4 568 102 174 1978 Tom Sorley 1978 I.M. Hipp, IB 5.4 7 7 1,571 12 173 936 1979 8 680 4 46 90 Tim Hager 6 1979 Jarvis Redwine, IB 148 1,042 7.0 Jarvis Redwine, IB (5) 6 1,337 14 96 157 Jeff Quinn 1980 156 1,119 1980 7.2 9 6 1981 9 619 4 47 91 Turner Gill 1981 Roger Craig, IB 173 1,060 6.1 7.0 Mike Rozier, IB (4) 3 1,182 11 90 166 Turner Gill 1982 1982 242 1,689 15 Mike Rozier, IB (1) 275 2,148 4 1,516 14 94 170 Turner Gill 1983 1983 7.8 29 1984 4 740 6 53 84 Craig Sundberg 1984 Doug DuBose, IB 156 1,040 6.7 8 1985 1985 3 602 7 28 78 McCathorn Clayton Doug DuBose, IB (9) 203 1,161 5.7 8 1986 1986 5.2 161 830 Keith Jones, IB 14 Steve Taylor 124 52 7 808 6 57 123 Steve Taylor 1987 7.2 170 1,232 1987 13 Keith Jones, IB (8) 902 13 9 1988 12 232 1,497 Ken Clark, IB (5) 6.5 1988 Steve Taylor 151 72 7 1,067 11 2 1,326 19 1989 Ken Clark, IB (11) 198 1,196 12 1989 Gerry Gdowski 136 71 6.0 149 940 Leodis Flowers, IB (15) 9 624 11 6 1990 34 6.3 1990 Mickey Joseph 78 5.7 Derek Brown, IB (9) 230 1,313 1991 8 1,454 13 97 Keithen McCant (10) 168 1991 14 1992 14 168 1,210 Calvin Jones, IB (14) 1992 7.2 Tommie Frazier 100 44 1 727 10 4 1,159 12 5.6 12 1993 Calvin Jones, IB (9) 1993 Tommie Frazier 162 77 185 1,043 16 1994 5 1,295 10 6.0 Lawrence Phillips, IB (3) 286 1,722 1994 Brook Berringer 151 94 13 1995 Ahman Green, IB 141 1,086 7.7 1995 Tommie Frazier 163 92 4 1,362 17 917 5.9 3 1,440 13 1996 Ahman Green, IB 7 1996 Scott Frost 200 104 155 5 6.8 22 278 1,877 Ahman Green, IB (2) 1997 1997 Scott Frost 159 88 4 1,237 5.6 142 1998 799 8 Correll Buckhalter, IB 1998 Bobby Newcombe 79 50 1 712 1 16 1999 7 180 889 4.9 1999 Eric Crouch 160 83 4 1,269 Eric Crouch, QB 8 182 1,154 7 1,101 11 Dan Alexander, IB 2000 6.3 2000 Eric Crouch 156 75 189 Eric Crouch 2001 15 2001 Dahrran Diedrick, IB (14) 233 1,299 5.6 7 105 10 1,510 5.6 251 1,412 Jammal Lord, QB 2002 8 2002 Jammal Lord 204 95 12 1,362 12 10 Jammal Lord, QB 215 2003 948 4.4 2003 Jammal Lord 176 85 8 1,305 6 5.3 6 2004 153 19 2,025 17 310 Joe Dailey Cory Ross, IB 207 1,102 2004 2005 Cory Ross, IB 225 237 12 2,653 19 3.9 5 430 Zac Taylor 2005 882 8 5.3 188 Brandon Jackson, IB 2006 989 2006 Zac Taylor 391 233 8 3,197 26 2007 9 206 1,019 4.9 Marlon Lucky, IB 2007 Sam Keller 325 205 10 2,422 14 Roy Helu Jr., IB 125 803 6.4 7 285 11 3,568 25 2008 2008 Joe Ganz (14) 420 5.2 220 1,147 177 10 2,143 14 10 2009 Roy Helu Jr., IB 2009 Zac Lee 302 188 1,245 11 2010 Roy Helu Jr., IB 7 1,631 10 6.6 2010 Taylor Martinez 196 116 284 1,357 4.8 2011 15 Rex Burkhead, IB 2011 Taylor Martinez 288 162 8 2,089 13 Ameer Abdullah, IB 226 1,137 5.0 8 2012 2012 Taylor Martinez 368 228 12 2,871 23 ) 281 1,690 6.0 9 2013 Ameer Abdullah, IB ( 9 2013 Tommy Armstrong Jr. 131 68 8 966 9 184 12 2,695 22 2014 Ameer Abdullah, IB (1 2 ) 264 1,611 6.1 19 2014 Tommy Armstrong Jr. 345 201 Terrell Newby , IB 147 765 5.2 6 5 201 5 Tommy Armstrong Jr. 402 222 16 3,030 22 151 2016 8 2,180 14 Terrell Newby, IB 190 879 4.6 7 2016 Tommy Armstrong Jr. 294 3.8 3 246 16 3,143 23 428 Tanner Lee 2017 2017 Devine Ozigbo, IB 129 493 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 120

121 Pass Receptions Offense Yards Total Rush Pass Total *Receiving yards leader also listed, if different than receptions leader. Year Leader Dick Hutton, HB 332 1946 0 332 Avg. TD Yards No. Year Leader 9.4 75 1947 8 Dale Adams, HB 1946 249 0 249 William Moomey, HB 0 Dick Hutton, HB* 7 228 32.6 2 1948 Cletus Fischer, QB 308 129 437 Football 20.0 Bill Mueller, HB 559 0 559 1949 1947 Alex Cochrane, E 6 120 1 13.0 Ralph Damkroger, E 6 75 1,417 2 1950 Bobby Reynolds, HB (14) 1,342 78 1948 200 624 1951 Bobby Reynolds, HB 424 4 15.4 231 15 Dick Hutton, HB 1952 31.6 221 7 Frank Simon, E 1949 John Bordogna, QB 576 532 1,108 1 655 722 1950 Frank Simon, E 200 16.7 2 67 John Bordogna, QB 1953 12 16.1 339 21 1954 1951 Willie Greenlaw, HB 427 110 537 Frank Simon, E 1 Andy Loehr, E 8 206 1952 1955 Rex Fischer, QB 599 157 756 1 25.8 1953 Andy Loehr, E 690 Jerry Brown, FB 1956 0 690 16 188 11.8 0 0 193 15 Bill Schabacker, E* 0 398 398 Jerry Brown, FB 1957 12.9 60 321 Larry Naviaux, HB 261 1954 1958 Andy Loehr, E 6 89 14.8 1 Carroll Zaruba, HB 1959 0 463 463 Dirkes Rolston, HB 6 82 13.7 1 1955 Jon McWilliams, E 239 17.1 2 161 542 381 Pat Fischer, QB 1960 14 1956 2 139 13 Frank Nappi, HB 10.7 1961 Bill Thornton, HB 618 0 618 79 829 1,199 1 1957 Doug Thomas, HB 6 1962 Dennis Claridge, QB 370 13.2 Clarence Cook, E* 440 619 80 20.0 0 1963 Dennis Claridge, QB 179 4 1964 7 893 1,045 152 Bob Churchich, QB 1 5.6 39 Pat Fischer, HB 1958 632 912 137 22.8 0 Clay White, HB* 6 1965 Fred Duda, QB 280 1 1959 Clay White, HB 7 54 7.7 1,136 1,078 1966 Bob Churchich, QB -58 66 1,449 1,427 11.0 0 Roger Brede, E* 6 1967 Frank Patrick, QB -22 Clay White, HB 6 72 12.0 1960 0 1968 Ernie Sigler, QB -67 907 840 1,302 1,454 1961 152 1 11.3 158 14 Dick McDaniel, E 1969 Jerry Tagge, QB 173 1 1,383 1,496 113 Jerry Tagge, QB 1970 Don Purcell, E* 12 14.4 1962 Jim Huge, E 18.9 208 11 1 1971 Jerry Tagge, QB (10) 314 2,019 2,333 1 Tony Jeter, E 1963 2,074 1,958 16.8 151 9 1972 Dave Humm, QB -116 14.3 0 Larry Tomlinson, E 9 129 1973 Dave Humm, QB -13 1,526 1,513 0 8 157 19.6 1,435 1,556 1974 Dave Humm, QB 121 Dick Callahan, E* 0 1,153 1,184 12.2 219 18 Tony Jeter, E 1964 1975 Vince Ferragamo, QB 31 15 19.9 338 Freeman White, E* 17 2 1976 Vince Ferragamo, QB 2,071 2,086 1965 6 I.M. Hipp, IB 1,301 0 1,301 1977 Freeman White, E 28 458 16.4 11.9 286 24 Tom Penney, SE 1978 Tom Sorley, QB 86 1,571 1,657 0 1966 422 Jarvis Redwine, IB 1,042 0 1,042 11.7 36 Dennis Richnafsky, SE 1967 3 1979 17.0 1968 Tom Penney, SE 25 424 1980 Jeff Quinn, QB 348 1,337 1,685 2 2 1,060 1969 Jeff Kinney, HB 41 433 10.6 1981 Roger Craig, IB 0 1,060 7 Mike Rozier, IB 1982 1,689 0 1,689 19.0 665 1970 35 Johnny Rodgers, WB Mike Rozier, IB 1983 1971 Johnny Rodgers, WB (14) 53 872 16.5 11 2,148 0 2,148 1,040 Johnny Rodgers, WB (12) 55 942 17.1 8 0 1,040 1984 Doug DuBose, IB 1972 13.5 1973 406 30 Ritch Bahe, WB 2 0 1,161 1,161 Doug DuBose, IB 1985 1986 Steve Taylor, QB Frosty Anderson, SE* 26 504 19.4 537 808 1,345 8 Steve Taylor, QB 7 659 508 902 1,561 33 1987 1974 Don Westbrook, WB 15.4 1,067 1,893 Steve Taylor, QB 7 20.9 826 24 Bobby Thomas, SE 1975 1988 501 1989 1976 Gerry Gdowski, QB 925 1,326 2,251 Chuck Malito, SE 4 20.5 615 30 Bobby Thomas, SE 554 Mickey Joseph, QB 1990 624 1,178 30 561 18.7 7 Dave Shamblin, SE 1,454 2,108 654 Keithen McCant, QB 1991 3 15.6 468 30 1 1977 1,210 Calvin Jones, IB 1992 0 1,210 16.1 371 23 Tim Smith, SE 1,159 1,863 704 Tommie Frazier, QB 1993 13.0 23 2 300 Ken Spaeth, TE 1978 Junior Miller, TE 30 560 18.7 0 1,722 5 1,722 Lawrence Phillips, IB 1994 Tommie Frazier, QB 477 1 1,362 1,966 604 30 Tim Smith, SE 1979 15.9 1995 438 14.9 1980 1996 Scott Frost, QB 1,440 1,878 Todd Brown, SE 28 416 5 1981 Jamie Williams, TE 22 282 12.8 4 1997 1,237 2,332 1,095 Scott Frost, QB 1982 24 Eric Crouch, QB 1998 601 1,060 459 Irving Fryar, WB 346 14.4 2 Eric Crouch, QB 889 1,269 2,158 1999 Todd Brown, SE* 4 17.3 399 23 2000 1983 40 780 19.5 8 Irving Fryar, WB 1,101 2,072 971 Eric Crouch, QB 203 16 0 Eric Crouch, QB 1,510 2,625 1,115 1984 2001 Shane Swanson, WB 12.7 218 2002 Jammal Lord, QB 1,412 1,362 2,774 1 Todd Frain, TE* 15 14.5 23.9 Jammal Lord, QB 382 16 Robb Schnitzler, SE 1985 948 1,305 2,253 2 2003 2,025 2,080 14.9 208 14 Dana Brinson, WB 1 1986 2004 Joe Dailey, QB 55 230 20.9 4 11 Todd Millikan, TE* 2005 Zac Taylor, QB -41 2,653 2,612 2006 Rod Smith, SE 1987 21 329 15.7 3 Zac Taylor, QB -32 3,197 3,165 12.0 Sam Keller, QB -78 2,422 2,344 1988 Morgan Gregory, SE 239 2007 2 20 Todd Millikan, TE* 16 7 2008 Joe Ganz, QB (13) 258 3,568 3,826 308 19.3 2009 Morgan Gregory, SE 1989 14.8 282 19 2,143 2,314 3 171 Zac Lee, QB 4 18 357 19.8 Richard Bell, WB* 2010 Taylor Martinez, QB 965 1,631 2,596 19.7 4 1990 2,089 2,963 Jon Bostick, SE 19 2011 Taylor Martinez, QB 874 375 31 Johnny Mitchell, TE 1991 2012 1,019 Taylor Martinez, QB 2,871 3,890 5 17.2 534 1992 Calvin Jones, IB 1 11.6 162 14 2013 Ameer Abdullah, IB 1,690 0 1,690 2,695 3,400 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB 2014 1 8.9 124 14 Trumane Bell, SE 705 5 3,030 3 400 0 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB 3,4 201 Corey Dixon, SE* 13 279 21.5 3 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB 2,180 2,692 2016 512 1993 Abdul Muhammad, WB 25 383 15.3 3 3,143 3,046 Tanner Lee, QB -97 2017 1994 Abdul Muhammad, WB 23 360 15.7 2 22 2 16.7 Clester Johnson, WB 367 1995 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 121

122 Brendan Holbein, SE 23 4 1 32.3 97 3 Chris Carr, S 1985 1996 14.6 335 14 1.3 4 3 Brian Washington, M 0 1997 Kenny Cheatham, SE 191 13.6 0 Football 3 Bryan Siebler, S 1986 105 7.5 0 0 3.3 10 Ahman Green, IB 14 Matt Davison, SE 0 12.3 394 32 1998 Charles Fryar, CB 3 3 1.0 0 1999 1987 Mark Blazek, S 3 48 16.0 0 2 15.2 441 29 Matt Davison, SE 2000 25.0 4 Charles Fryar, CB 1988 1 100 Matt Davison, SE 21 389 18.5 3 16.6 0 18.5 74 4 Tim Jackson, S 3 2001 Wilson Thomas, SE 37 616 1989 Wilson Thomas, SE 3 11.8 353 30 2002 Reggie Cooper, SS 4 25 6.3 0 1990 2003 3 22.0 484 22 Matt Herian, TE Tyrone Byrd, FS 5 86 17.2 0 1991 Kenny Wilhite, CB 6 60 10.0 0 1 15.4 338 22 Ross Pilkington, WR 2004 16.3 3 Kenny Wilhite, CB 1992 0 49 Ross Pilkington, WR 27 337 12.5 2 4.0 John Reece, CB 7 12 3 2005 Nate Swift, WR 45 641 14.2 0 1993 Toby Wright, ROV 3 92 30.7 2 3 14.2 597 42 Terrence Nunn, WR 2006 7.0 5 Barron Miles, CB 1994 0 35 Maurice Purify, WR* 34 630 18.5 7 3 Terrell Farley, LB 1995 9.4 2 30.7 3 92 2007 Marlon Lucky, IB 75 705 Maurice Purify, WR* 0 16.7 50 3 Michael Booker, CB 9 14.3 814 57 1996 14.9 10 Nate Swift, WR 63 941 2008 Mike Minter, ROV 5 129 25.8 1 19.9 796 40 Niles Paul, WR 2009 4 1997 Joe Walker, ROV 2 71 35.5 1 2 2010 Brandon Kinnie, WR 44 494 11.2 5 Ralph Brown, CB 28 14.0 0 Niles Paul, WR* Mike Brown, ROV 2 26 13.0 0 1 13.2 516 39 2011 3 26 2 Eric Warfield, FS 0 Kenny Bell, WR 32 461 14.4 13.0 2012 17.3 863 50 0 Kenny Bell, WR 2 2 Erwin Swiney, LCB 8 1.0 4 Joe Walker, ROV 3 65 2013 1998 1 Kenny Bell, WR 52 577 11.1 21.7 1 21.0 63 3 Clint Finley, FS Quincy Enunwa, WR 51 753 14.8 12 788 Kenny Bell, WR 2014 16.8 6 0 8.0 40 5 Mike Brown, ROV 47 1999 201 Jordan Westerkamp , WR 65 918 14.1 7 5 2000 Troy Watchorn, FS 5 64 12.8 1 Willie Amos, FS 2001 1 5 2016 13.8 Jordan Westerkamp, WR 38 17.5 70 4 526 16.2 10 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR 61 2017 8.8 986 2002 Fabian Washington, CB 4 35 1 6.5 0 DeJuan Groce, CB 4 26 10 2003 Josh Bullocks, FS (2) 154 15.4 0 Interceptions 0 5 Daniel Bullocks, SS (12) 2004 187 37.4 Year Leader Avg. Yards No. TD 1 2005 Corey McKeon, MLB 3 57 19.0 1946 0 18.0 36 2 Joe Partington, DB 0 Andrew Shanle, FS 4 19 4.8 2006 1947 28 2 Tom Novak, LB 0 14.0 127 2 2007 Bo Ruud, LB 2 63.5 0 13.0 26 2 Alex Cochrane, DB 2 Cortney Grixby, CB 41 20.5 0 1948 0 0.0 0 3 Tom Novak, LB 2008 2 79 39.5 2 Ndamukong Suh, DT 0 Tom Novak, LB 5 12 2.4 1949 2 Anthony West, CB 0 26 13.0 Ron Clark, DB 4 53 13.3 0 1950 11 0 5.5 2 Zach Potter, DE 5 14.2 71 Bob Decker, DB 1951 0 1 2009 Matt O’Hanlon, FS 6 105 17.5 3 1952 Dan Brown, DB 11 3.7 0 37 2010 Eric Hagg, DB 5 7.4 0 1953 0 13.3 40 3 Ray Novak, DB Austin Cassidy, S 2 50 25.0 0 2011 0 38 3 12.7 Bob Smith, DB -1.0 -2 2 0 Lavonte David, LB 1954 Ron Clark, DB 3 4 1.3 0 2012 Daimion Stafford, S 4 28 7.0 0 1955 Willie Greenlaw, DB 4 148 37.0 1 Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB 4 2013 1 33.5 134 0 20.5 41 2 Larry Naviaux, DB 1956 Ciante Evans, CB 27 6.8 1 4 5.5 0 11 2 Frank Nappi, DB 5 han Nat 2014 92 18.4 0 Gerry, S Bill Hawkins, DB 1957 7.5 15 0 2 90 4 Gerry, S han Nat 5 201 22.5 0 0 2.5 5 2 Gene Sandage, DB Kieron Williams, S 1 8.8 44 2016 5 1958 Larry Naviaux, DB 3 93 31.0 1 2017 1 20.5 41 2 Aaron Williams, DB Harry Tolly, DB 1959 2 59 29.5 0 Joshua Kalu, DB 0 16.0 2 32 34 Clay White, DB 2 1960 0 17.0 53 2 Dennis Claridge, DB 1961 0 26.5 1 Dave Theisen, DB 18.7 1962 Kickoff Return Yards 56 3 38 Year Leader TD 1963 Kent McCloughan, DB 12.7 0 Avg. No. Yards 3 0 258 19.8 Dick Hutton, HB 1946 1 35.5 71 2 Preston Love, DB 1964 13 0 Dick Hutton, HB 9 177 19.7 0 1947 Ted Vactor, DB 2 19 9.5 89 1948 Frank Collopy, HB 11 17.8 224 20.4 0 1965 Marv Mueller, CB 5 0 Larry Wachholtz, S (6) 1 284 25.8 11 Ron Clark, HB 1949 7 1966 73 0 10.4 1 Ron Clark, HB 13 240 18.5 14.7 1950 3 Ken Geddes, CB 1967 0 44 1951 1968 Dana Stephenson, CB 5 106 21.2 0 1 332 30.2 11 Bob Smith, HB (13) 1952 7.0 7 Dana Stephenson, CB 1969 49 Jim Cederdahl, HB (14) 13 330 25.4 0 0 1970 14.1 1953 7 Bill Kosch, S 0 99 0 271 19.4 14 John Bordogna, QB (14) 3 1954 Ron Clark, HB (13) 13 273 21.0 0 22.5 135 6 Dave Mason, M 1971 316 19.8 Joe Blahak, CB 16 26 8.7 0 Rex Fischer, QB 1955 1972 0 3 1956 Larry Naviaux, HB 7 158 22.6 0 0 24 4 Bob Thornton, S 1973 6.0 6 Doug Thomas, QB 1957 0 1974 Jim Burrow, DB 4 20 5.0 0 150 25.0 1975 1 9.3 28 3 Dave Butterfield, DB 0 1958 Pat Fischer, HB 7 236 33.7 0 Dave Butterfield, DB 1976 2.8 4 11 1959 Pat Fischer, HB 11 254 23.1 0 43 4 Jim Pillen, M 1977 0 10.8 1960 Pat Fischer, HB 13 296 22.8 0 51 17.0 0 0 1978 Andy Means, DB 3 1961 Bill Thornton, HB 8 185 23.1 0 4 25 6.3 0 1979 Mark LeRoy, DB 1962 Willie Ross, HB 9 166 18.4 -2 Ric Lindquist, CB 3 0 -0.7 0 1980 1963 Frank Solich, FB 7 183 26.1 4 0 1981 Jeff Krejci, S 1 19 4.8 1964 Frank Solich, FB 11 263 23.9 15.7 1982 0 Allen Lyday, CB 3 47 1965 Frank Solich, FB 17 372 21.9 0 Bret Clark, S 5 3.0 0 15 1983 1966 Harry Wilson, HB 11 226 20.5 0 Joe Orduna, HB 1984 Bret Clark, S (11) 6 108 18.0 0 0 176 19.6 9 1967 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 122

123 1968 Joe Orduna, HB 8 171 21.4 0 0 12 0 0 2 Pat Fischer, HB* 0 1969 Mike Green, FB 7 143 20.4 0 0 30 5 Carroll Zaruba, FB 1959 0 1970 0 359 21.1 17 Johnny Rodgers, WB 32 1960 5 0 1 0 Pat Fischer, HB 1 304 30.4 1971 Johnny Rodgers, WB 10 0 5 Bill Thornton, HB 1961 30 0 0 8 1972 184 23.0 0 Johnny Rodgers, WB 2 1962 Dennis Claridge, QB 10 64 0 0 1973 0 8 John O’Leary, WB 152 19.0 1963 7 8-11 0 50 0 Rudy Johnson, HB/PK Football 259 18.5 14 0 1974 Don Westbrook, WB Kent McCloughan, HB (6) 12 0 72 0 0 1964 8 Curtis Craig, WB 0 147 18.4 1975 0 0 36-39 Larry Wachholtz, S/PK 1965 3-6 45 Rick Berns, IB 10 254 25.4 0 1976 7 0 42 0 0 Charlie Winters, HB* 1977 0 240 20.0 12 Curtis Craig, WB 1966 0 42 0 0 7 Ben Gregory, HB 1978 244 18.8 13 Frank Lockett, SE 0 Larry Wachholtz, S/PK 1 21-25 0 5-8 42 0 269 20.7 13 Anthony Steels, WB 1979 Bill Bomberger, PK 0 11-16 0 6-11 29 1967 0 171 24.4 7 Anthony Steels, WB 1980 Ben Gregory, HB* 18 0 0 3 0 1 1981 Mike Rozier, IB 5 162 32.4 18 3 0 0 0 Joe Orduna, HB* 0 147 21.0 7 Jeff Smith, IB 1982 0 18 Dennis Richnafsky, SE* 3 0 0 232 21.1 11 Mike Rozier, IB 1983 0 0 0 10 Joe Orduna, HB 1968 60 0 0 1984 Shane Swanson, WB 5 155 31.0 0 68 0 1 11 Jeff Kinney, HB 1969 0 262 29.1 9 Doug DuBose, IB 1985 1970 0 86 1 0 14 Joe Orduna, HB (11) 0 280 21.5 13 Dana Brinson, WB 1986 1971 Johnny Rodgers, WB 17 0 0 0 102 1987 Dana Brinson, WB 14 329 23.5 0 1972 Johnny Rodgers, WB 17 0 0 0 102 1988 23 510 22.2 0 Dana Brinson, WB Tony Davis, IB 0 78 1973 0 0 13 0 1989 Leodis Flowers, IB 9 180 20.0 60 0 0 0 10 Don Westbrook, WB 1974 Tyrone Hughes, WB (3) 18 523 29.1 1 1990 1975 10-17 68 0 0 38-40 Mike Coyle, PK 1991 Tyrone Hughes, WB 16 338 21.1 0 0 0 0 8 John O’Leary, IB* 48 1992 0 Tyrone Hughes, SE 19 424 22.3 11-17 73 Al Eveland, PK 1976 0 0 40-44 1993 Damon Benning, IB 9 192 21.3 0 54 0 0 0 9 Rick Berns, IB* 12 1994 0 Damon Benning, IB 308 25.7 1977 0 28-33 0 Billy Todd, PK 12-18 64 1995 0 223 22.3 10 Clinton Childs, IB I.M. Hipp, IB* 10 0 1 0 62 1996 0 191 23.9 8 Damon Benning, IB 0 10 Rick Berns, FB* 0 60 0 1997 0 389 25.9 15 Joe Walker, ROV 10-16 72 Billy Todd, PK 0 42-44 0 1978 1998 1 366 21.5 17 Joe Walker, ROV Rick Berns, FB* 0 66 0 0 11 10 0 232 23.2 Randy Stella, WLB 1999 Dean Sukup, PK 12-16 74 0 1979 0 38-42 0 2000 Joe Walker, ROV 13 258 19.8 Jarvis Redwine, IB* 9 0 0 0 54 2001 0 675 27.0 25 Josh Davis, IB (14) 1980 0 0 15 Roger Craig, IB (6) 0 90 2002 0 994 23.7 42 Josh Davis, IB 3-10 52 Kevin Seibel, PK 0 43-44 1981 0 23 0 596 25.9 Josh Davis, IB 2003 8 0 48 0 0 Phil Bates, FB* 0 Tierre Green, IB 26 498 19.2 2004 17 0 Mike Rozier, IB (14) 0 102 1982 0 2005 Marlon Lucky, IB 15 0 313 20.9 0 Mike Rozier, IB (1) 1983 29 0 0 174 2006 0 157 17.4 9 Brandon Jackson, IB 0 0 0 10 Travis Turner, QB 1984 60 2007 Cortney Grixby, CB 45 1,094 24.3 1 13-20 77 0 1985 Dale Klein, PK 0 38-38 1 949 23.6 2008 Niles Paul, WR 41 0 Doug DuBose, IB* 8 48 0 0 446 27.9 0 16 Niles Paul, WR 2009 0 0 48 8 Tom Rathman, FB* 0 Niles Paul, WR 2010 464 24.4 1 19 0 84 0 0 14 1986 Keith Jones, IB (12) 1 2011 Ameer Abdullah, IB (9) 26 763 29.3 Keith Jones, IB 0 1 0 13 80 1987 17 2012 Ameer Abdullah, IB 360 21.2 0 13 0 80 1 0 Steve Taylor, QB 1988 2013 609 26.5 23 Kenny Bell, WR 1 1989 0 78 0 0 13 Gerry Gdowski, QB 392 28.0 2014 0 Ameer Abdullah, IB 14 0 45-47 1990 0 Gregg Barrios, PK 14-19 87 324 23.1 2015 0 14 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR 1 0 62 10 0 Mickey Joseph, QB* 1 275 34.4 28 Tre Bryant, IB 2016 14 0 0 84 0 1991 Derek Brown, IB 2017 1 669 24.8 27 JD Spielman, WR 14 0 Calvin Jones, IB (10) 0 0 84 1992 90 Calvin Jones, IB (8) 15 0 0 0 0 0 78 0 13 Calvin Jones, IB (9) 1993 Points Scored 0 0 Lawrence Phillips, IB (14) 16 1994 0 96 *Touchdown leader(s) also listed, if different. 0 58-61 1995 Kris Brown, PK (11) 13-16 97 0 ( ) national ranking by points per game. 0 Ahman Green, IB* (12) 96 0 16 0 TD XP1 FG Year Leader TP XP2 0 50-51 Kris Brown, PK 1996 0 12-19 86 0 0 4 Dick Hutton, HB 1946 24 0 84 DeAngelo Evans, IB* 14 0 0 0 1947 Ralph Damkroger, E 2 0 0 0 12 0 132 0 0 22 Ahman Green, IB (6) 1997 Cletus Fischer, HB 0 12 0 0 2 14-21 89 Kris Brown, PK 0 47-48 0 1998 0 0 0 2 12 Dick Hutton, HB 0 0 48 Bobby Newcombe, QB* 0 8 Dick Hutton, HB 1948 30 5 0 0 0 48 0 0 8 0 Correll Buckhalter, IB* Fran Nagle, QB 0 0 0 18 3 1949 0 0 102 1999 Eric Crouch, QB 17 0 Bobby Reynolds, HB/PK (1) 22 25-39 0 0 157 1950 0 20 0 120 Eric Crouch, QB (5) 2000 0 36 0 0 Ray Novak, HB 1951 6 0 19 0 1 0 116 2001 Eric Crouch, QB 0 0 0 8 John Bordogna, QB 1952 48 Josh Brown, PK 2002 0 46-46 0 14-18 88 0 4-6 6 0 1953 John Bordogna, QB/PK 40 0 Jammal Lord, QB* 0 0 48 8 0 0 Bob Smith, HB* 36 0 6 0 14-21 74 David Dyches, PK 2003 0 32-32 0 26 0 3 8-11 Bob Smith, HB/PK 1954 60 0 Jammal Lord, QB* 10 0-0 0-0 Ron Clark, HB* 0 0 24 0 4 48 0 0 0 8 Cory Ross, IB 2004 Willie Greenlaw, HB* 4 0 0 0 24 0 19-23 88 2005 Jordan Congdon, PK 0 31-32 4 24 Dennis Korinek, HB* 0 0 0 48 0-0 Cory Ross, IB* 0 0-0 8 3 0 1955 Don Erway, QB/PK 6 10-17 55 0 55-56 70 Jordan Congdon, PK 2006 5-7 0 30 0 0 0 5 Jerry Brown, FB 1956 0-0 0 10 0-0 Brandon Jackson, IB* 60 0 3 Roy Stinnett, QB 1957 0 18 0 0 12 Marlon Lucky, IB 2007 0-0 1 74 15 1958 George Harshman, QB/PK 1 6-8 0 1 18-21 110 0 0 56-57 Alex Henery, PK 2008 1 Larry Naviaux, HB* 2 0 0 14 60 0-0 0 Nate Swift, WR* 11 0-0 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 123

124 2009 24-28 110 0 0 38-38 65 Eric Martin, DE 18 Eric Martin, DE Alex Henery, PK 2012 0-0 60 2013 19 Randy Gregory, DE 101 Randy Gregory, DE 0 10 0-0 Roy Helu Jr., IB* Football 14 Maliek Collins, DT 0 18-19 108 2014 69 Randy Gregory, DE 2010 0 54-54 Alex Henery, PK 2015 Taylor Martinez, QB* 12 0-0 0 0-0 72 9 Ross Dzuris, DE 45 Freedom Akinmoladun, DE 0 0-0 102 2011 Rex Burkhead, IB 44 Ross Dzuris, DE 11 Ross Dzuris, DE 17 0-0 2016 20-27 119 0 0 59-59 2012 Brett Maher, PK 2017 38 Ben Stille, LB 10 Ben Stille, LB Ameer Abdullah, IB* 66 0-0 0 11 0-0 2013 12-13 79 0 0 43-45 Pat Smith, PK Sacks 0 72 0 0 12 Quincy Enunwa, WR* Year No. Leader Yds. Leader 0 Ameer Abdullah, IB (9) 0 22 2014 0 132 63 Tony Felici, RE 10 Jimmy Williams, LE 1981 2015 21-27 107 Drew Brown, PK 0 44-46 0 6 Tony Felici, RE 1982 52 Tony Felici, RE Jordan Westerkamp, WR* 0-0 7 2 0-0 46 6 Scott Strasburger, RE 0-0 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB* 7 0-0 42 0 31 Doug Herrmann, LT 5 Doug Herrmann, LT 1983 7 0-0 0 42 Terrell Newby, IB* 0-0 5 Rob Stuckey, RT 0 38-38 Drew Brown, PK 2016 0 12-14 74 49 Jim Skow, RT 7 Chris Spachman, LT 1984 Tommy Armstrong Jr., QB* 8 0-0 0-0 48 0 49 Danny Noonan, LT 0-0 0 0-0 Terrell Newby, IB* 8 48 1985 15 Jim Skow, RT 139 Jim Skow, RT Drew Brown, PK 0 37-37 0 12-14 73 2017 1986 7 Danny Noonan, MG 41 Neil Smith, LT 0 10 0-0 Stanley Morgan Jr., WR* 0-0 60 1987 84 Tim Rother, RT 10 Tim Rother, RT 1988 10 Broderick Thomas, OLB 74 Broderick Thomas, OLB 6 Kent Wells, RT Tackles for Loss 47 Kent Wells, RT 1989 *Tackles for loss include sacks since 1981; 1972 and 1975 1990 69 Kenny Walker, RT 11 Kenny Walker, RT 1991 figures include bowl stats; 1971 tackle for loss statistics 7 Trev Alberts, ROLB 50 Trev Alberts, ROLB unavailable for two games. 46 Travis Hill, LOLB 6 Travis Hill, LOLB 1992 88 Trev Alberts, ROLB 1993 15 Trev Alberts, ROLB 49 Grant Wistrom, ROLB Year No. Leader Yds. Leader 7 Christian Peter, DT 1994 10 Sherwin Jarmon, RE 10 Jared Tomich, OLB 1968 75 Jared Tomich, OLB 58 Sherwin Jarmon, RE 1995 98 Sherwin Jarmon, RE 1969 48 Grant Wistrom, RE 1996 9.5 Grant Wistrom, RE 15 Sherwin Jarmon, RE 15 Dave Walline, RT 48 Mike Rucker, RE 73 Willie Harper, RE 1997 8.5 Grant Wistrom, RE 58 Grant Wistrom, RE 1970 12 Ed Periard, MG 88 Willie Harper, RE 18 Willie Harper, RE 1998 1971 6 Eric Johnson, WLB 41 Eric Johnson, WLB 1999 65 Steve Warren, DT 58 Willie Harper, RE 9 Willie Harper, RE 1972 7 Steve Warren, DT Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE 37 5.5 Randy Stella, WLB 2000 9 Monte Johnson, LT 9 John Bell, MG 5.5 Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE 57 John Bell, MG 1973 10 John Lee, MG 5.5 Demoine Adams, RE 54 John Lee, MG 2001 46 Demoine Adams, RE 1974 7 Chris Kelsay, RE 49 Chris Kelsay, RE 2002 62 Bob Martin, RE 14 John Lee, MG 1975 12 Jeff Pullen, MG Demorrio Williams, WLB 11 Demorrio Williams, WLB 77 1976 45 Mike Fultz, RT 2003 4 Benard Thomas, DE 2004 35 Benard Thomas, DE 1977 8 George Andrews, RE 33 Oudious Lee, MG 85 2005 9.5 Adam Carriker, DE 84 Adam Carriker, DE 1978 16 Kerry Weinmaster, MG Kerry Weinmaster, MG 2006 1979 7 Adam Carriker, DE 45 Adam Carriker, DE 56 Derrie Nelson, RE 10 Lawrence Cole, LE 2007 10 Kerry Weinmaster, MG 3 Barry Turner, DE 33 Barry Turner, DE 2008 7.5 Ndamukong Suh, DT 153 Derrie Nelson, RE 21 Derrie Nelson, RE 1980 67 Ndamukong Suh, DT 2009 1981 18 Jimmy Williams, LE 77 Ndamukong Suh, DT 99 Tony Felici, RE 12 Ndamukong Suh, DT 9.5 Jared Crick, DT 87 Jared Crick, DT 2010 62 Tony Felici, RE 1982 10 Tony Felici, RE 2011 46 Lavonte David, LB 1983 9 Mark Daum, SLB 42 Jim Skow, RT 5.5 Lavonte David, LB 2012 8.5 Eric Martin, DE 47 Eric Martin, DE 1984 Scott Strasburger, RE 66 12 Jim Skow, RT 12 Chris Spachman, LT 10.5 Randy Gregory, DE 2013 69 Randy Gregory, DE 12 Scott Strasburger, RE 7 Randy Gregory, DE 2014 67 Randy Gregory, DE , DE Ross Dzuris 9 , DE 5 201 25 Jim Skow, RT 163 Jim Skow, RT Freedom Akinmoladun 1985 45 2016 28 Freedom Akinmoladun , DE 5.5 Ross Dzuris, DE 1986 12 Danny Noonan, MG 65 Jeff Jamrog, RE 3.5 Ben Stille, LB 97 Tim Rother, RT 1987 13 Tim Rother, RT 2017 27 Ben Stille, LB 1988 17 Broderick Thomas, OLB 111 Broderick Thomas, OLB 1989 12 Kent Wells, RT 64 Kent Wells, RT Pass Breakups 1990 105 Kenny Walker, RT 21 Kenny Walker, RT Leader No. Year 60 Trev Alberts, ROLB 1991 9.5 Travis Hill, LOLB 8 1965 Marv Mueller, S 12 Travis Hill, LOLB 61 Travis Hill, LOLB 1992 Larry Wachholtz, S 1966 8 1993 21 Trev Alberts, ROLB 99 Trev Alberts, ROLB 6 Dana Stephenson, RCB 1967 1994 14 Christian Peter, DT 55 Grant Wistrom, ROLB Dana Stephenson, RCB 6 1968 79 Jared Tomich, OLB 1995 15 Grant Wistrom, OLB Jim Anderson, RCB 1969 4 20 Grant Wistrom, RE 1996 74 Grant Wistrom, RE Dana Stephenson, RCB 4 1997 79 Grant Wistrom, RE 17 Grant Wistrom, RE 8 Jim Anderson, RCB 1970 1998 14 Chad Kelsay, RE 52 Chad Kelsay, RE 1971 Jim Anderson, RCB 6 52 Eric Johnson, WLB 1972 Joe Blahak, LCB 8 1999 15 Steve Warren, DT 86 Steve Warren, DT 8 Zaven Yaralian, LCB 1973 Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE 17 Kyle Vanden Bosch, RE 66 2000 4 Ardell Johnson, LCB 1974 2001 17 Chris Kelsay, RE 58 Chris Kelsay, RE 1975 Dave Butterfield, LCB 5 2002 13 Chris Kelsay, RE 58 Chris Kelsay, RE 1976 5 Larry Valasek, S 2003 21 Demorrio Williams, WLB 92 Demorrio Williams, WLB Ted Harvey, RCB 7 1977 2004 18 Barrett Ruud, MLB 41 Benard Thomas, DE 1978 Russell Gary, S 8 89 Corey McKeon, MLB 22 Corey McKeon, MLB 2005 8 Andy Means, RCB 70 Jay Moore, DE 17 Jay Moore, DE 2006 1979 Ric Lindquist, LCB 5 52 Steve Octavien, WLB 2007 15 Steve Octavien, WLB 1980 5 Rodney Lewis, LCB 2008 19 Ndamukong Suh, DT 85 Ndamukong Suh, DT 1981 Jeff Krejci, S 6 93 Ndamukong Suh, DT 24 Ndamukong Suh, DT 2009 Bret Clark, S 1982 8 92 Jared Crick, DT 2010 17 Jared Crick, DT 1983 6 Mike Knox, WLB 64 Lavonte David, LB 13 Lavonte David, LB 2011 1984 Bret Clark, S 8 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 124

125 1985 8 Brian Davis, RCB 1990 Travis Hill, LOLB 3 1986 8 Charles Fryar, RCB 3 Trev Alberts, ROLB 1991 8 1987 Steve Forch, WLB 2 John Parrella, LT 1992 1988 Tim Jackson, S 5 Troy Branch, WLB 2 8 1989 Tahaun Lewis, RCB 3 Tyrone Williams, CB 1993 5 1990 Reggie Cooper, SS 1994 1 four players Football 5 Mike Croel, ROLB Jared Tomich, OLB 2 1995 5 Bruce Pickens, LCB Tony Veland, FS 2 Tyrone Legette, RCB 1991 9 nine players 1 1996 1992 7 Kenny Wilhite, LCB three players 1997 2 9 1993 John Reece, CB/SS Loran Kaiser, DT 2 1998 13 Barron Miles, RCB 1994 1999 three players 2 Michael Booker, RCB 9 1995 2000 1 five players 12 Ralph Brown, RCB 1996 1 2001 seven players Ralph Brown, RCB 1997 9 2002* 1 eight players Ralph Brown, RCB 1998 14 2003* 4 Demorrio Williams Ralph Brown, RCB 15 1999 Jay Moore 2004* 2 2000* 17 DeJuan Groce, RCB 2 Andrew Shanle 14 DeJuan Groce, RCB 2001 2 2005* Bo Ruud 2002 13 Fabian Washington, LCB 2006* 4 Stewart Bradley 2003 10 Fabian Washington, LCB three players 2007* 1 15 2004 Fabian Washington, CB 2 Prince Amukamara, CB 2008* Zackary Bowman, CB 2005 11 2009* 2 Jared Crick, DT 2006 11 Cortney Grixby, CB Matt O’Hanlon, FS 2007 7 Cortney Grixby, CB 1 four players 2010* 7 Armando Murillo, CB Lavonte David, LB 2 2011* 9 Armando Murillo, CB 2008 Will Compton, LB 2012* 3 Anthony West, CB 9 1 four players 2013* 2009 11 Prince Amukamara, CB 2014* 2 Zaire Anderson, LB 2010 13 Prince Amukamara, CB Trevor Roach, LB 2011 10 Daimion Stafford, S 2015* Chris Weber, LB 1 Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB 2012 9 Jack Gangwish, DE Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB 12 2013 Kevin Williams, DT 13 Josh Mitchell, CB 2014 Mick Stoltenberg, DT 7 Nathan Gerry, S 201 5 Mohamed Barry, LB 1 2016* Joshua Kalu, CB 7 Ross Dzuris, DE Jonathan Rose, CB 7 Luke McNitt, FB 2016 11 Joshua Kalu, CB 1 2017* Marquel Dismuke, DB Joshua Kalu, DB 6 2017 Collin Miller, LB 1 *Note: In 2000, PBU included interceptions. INT not included Aaron Williams, DB 1 in all other years. Groce had one INT in 2000. *Bowl stats, if any, are included. Fumble Recoveries Year No. Leader Ivan Zimmer, RE 1965 3 1966 2 five players 1967 3 Mike Wynn, LE 1968 3 Sherwin Jarmon, RE Bob Liggett, LT 3 3 Pat Morell, SLB 1969 1970 4 Larry Jacobson, LT 3 1971 John Adkins, LE 1972* 3 Joe Blahak, LCB 3 Dave Mason, M 4 1973 Ron Pruitt, LT 3 three players 1974 1975* 5 Dave Butterfield, LCB four players 1976 3 2 1977 three players 1978 3 Derrie Nelson, LE 1979 2 three players 1980 3 Toby Williams, LT 1981 3 Brent Evans, SLB 3 Tony Felici, RE Steve Damkroger, SLB 1982 2 Allen Lyday, LCB 2 2 1983 Scott Strasburger, RE 1984 3 Bret Clark, S 1985 2 four players 1986 6 Broderick Thomas, LE 1987 2 Jeff Jamrog, RE 2 Jon Marco, LE 1988 2 three players 2 1989 Mike Petko, SLB Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 125

126 Total Tackles (By Position) Football No. Backs Year No. Linemen No. LB/RE/OLB Mike Kennedy, LB 58 Bill Johnson, LCB 55 Walt Barnes, RT 1965 69 82 Lynn Senkbeil, LB 1966 82 Carel Stith, LT 61 Marv Mueller, S 112 Barry Alvarez, LB 46 Dana Stephenson, RCB 119 Wayne Meylan, MG 1967 53 Bob Liggett, LT 99 Jerry Murtaugh, SLB 1968 59 Al Larson, LCB 111 Jerry Murtaugh, SLB 94 Al Larson, LCB 1969 76 Ken Geddes, MG 70 Ed Periard, MG Jerry Murtaugh, SLB 58 Joe Blahak, LCB 1970 132 96 Bob Terrio, WLB 50 Joe Blahak, LCB 1971 92 Rich Glover, MG 100 Rich Glover, MG 63 Jim Branch, SLB 39 Dave Mason, M 1972 96 John Bell, MG 1973 Bob Nelson, WLB 37 Bob Thornton, S 79 86 John Lee, MG 40 George Kyros, S Tom Ruud, SLB 1974 104 125 Clete Pillen, WLB 39 Jim Burrow, S 1975 65 John Lee, MG 64 Mike Fultz, RT 129 Clete Pillen, SLB 54 Ted Harvey, RCB 1976 46 141 Lee Kunz, SLB 76 Jim Pillen, M Rod Horn, LT; Kerry Weinmaster, MG 1977 61 Kerry Weinmaster, MG 120 Lee Kunz, WLB 57 Jim Pillen, M 1978 1979 40 Kerry Weinmaster, MG 78 Kim Baker, WLB 45 Russell Gary, S 1980 Toby Williams, LT 66 Jimmy Williams, LE 62 Russell Gary, S 48 Henry Waechter, RT 116 Steve Damkroger, SLB 63 Jeff Krejci, S 1981 66 54 Jeff Merrell, MG 79 1982 52 Bret Clark, S Steve Damkroger, SLB 1983 46 Rob Stuckey, RT 125 Mike Knox, WLB 57 Mike McCashland, M 1984 38 Chris Spachman, LT 96 Marc Munford, WLB 45 Bret Clark, S 1985 Jim Skow, RT 67 Marc Munford, WLB 37 Brian Washington, M 53 1986 53 Danny Noonan, MG 90 Marc Munford, WLB 52 Charles Fryar, RCB 1987 65 Neil Smith, LT 75 LeRoy Etienne, SLB 45 Mark Blazek, S Reggie Cooper, SS 1988 55 Lawrence Pete, MG 98 Broderick Thomas, LOLB 58 1989 36 Kent Wells, RT 74 Pat Tyrance, WLB 59 Reggie Cooper, SS Reggie Cooper, SS 1990 73 Kenny Walker, RT 98 Pat Tyrance, WLB 71 Pat Engelbert, MG Steve Carmer, SS 87 1991 Mike Anderson, WLB 69 80 1992 John Parrella, LT 82 Travis Hill, LOLB 69 Steve Carmer, SS 77 48 96 Trev Alberts, ROLB 79 Toby Wright, SS 1993 Kevin Ramaekers, DT Christian Peter, DT 96 Ed Stewart, WLB 66 Kareem Moss, ROV 1994 71 46 Christian Peter, DT 62 1995 53 Mike Minter, ROV Terrell Farley, WLB 1996 58 Jason Peter, DT 97 Jamel Williams, SLB 51 Mike Minter, ROV 60 Jason Peter, DT 61 Jay Foreman, MLB 77 Mike Brown, ROV 1997 1998 40 Loran Kaiser, DT 97 Jay Foreman, MLB 102 Mike Brown, ROV 1999 Steve Warren, DT 83 Carlos Polk, MLB 96 Mike Brown, ROV 45 2000 46 Jason Lohr, NT 90 Carlos Polk, MLB 56 Keyuo Craver, LCB 2001 44 Jeremy Slechta, DT 84 Jamie Burrow, MLB 62 Dion Booker, ROV/FS 2002 67 Ryon Bingham, NT 92 Demorrio Williams, WLB 84 Philip Bland, FS 2003 56 Ryon Bingham, NT 149 Barrett Ruud, MLB 69 Daniel Bullocks, SS 2004 43 Le Kevin Smith, DT 143 Barrett Ruud, MLB 63 Josh Bullocks, FS 2005 Titus Adams, DT 98 Corey McKeon, MLB 83 Daniel Bullocks, SS 50 Adam Carriker, DE 76 Stewart Bradley, LB 74 Andre Jones, CB 2006 52 45 Zach Potter, DE 92 Steve Octavien, LB 78 Larry Asante, SS 2007 76 2008 51 Cody Glenn, LB 67 Larry Asante, SS Ndamukong Suh, DT 2009 Ndamukong Suh, DT 83 Phillip Dillard, LB 79 Larry Asante, SS 85 2010 70 Jared Crick, DT 152 Lavonte David, LB 99 Dejon Gomes, FS 2011 Cameron Meredith, DE 133 Lavonte David, LB 80 Daimion Stafford, S 58 2012 59 Eric Martin, DE 110 Will Compton, LB 96 Daimion Stafford, S 2013 66 Randy Gregory, DE 87 David Santos, LB 91 Corey Cooper, S 2014 Randy Gregory, DE 103 Zaire Anderson, LB 88 Nathan Gerry, S 54 2015 29 Maliek Collins, DT 61 Josh Banderas, LB 79 Nathan Gerry, S 2016 49 Ross Dzuris, DE 93 Josh Banderas, LB 74 Nathan Gerry, S Chris Weber, LB Aaron Williams, DB 48 2017 42 Carlos Davis, DL 95 Note: Bold indicates overall season leader, not just position leader Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 126

127 Unassisted Tackles (By Position) Year No. Linemen Backs No. LB/RE/OLB No. 28 29 30 Mike Kennedy, LB Bill Johnson, LCB 1965 Walt Barnes, RT 29 Larry Wachholtz, S 42 Carel Stith, LT 37 Lynn Senkbeil, LB 38 Marv Mueller, S 1966 Football 59 34 Barry Alvarez, LB 23 Jim Hawkins, LCB 1967 Wayne Meylan, MG 16 52 36 Jerry Murtaugh, SLB Al Larson, LCB 1968 Bob Liggett, LT Ken Geddes, MG 41 Jerry Murtaugh, SLB 26 Dana Stephenson, LCB 1969 34 41 Ed Periard, MG 71 Jerry Murtaugh, SLB 38 Joe Blahak, LCB 1970 46 1971 42 Bob Terrio, WLB 28 Joe Blahak, LCB Rich Glover, MG Rich Glover, MG 29 20 John Pitts, WLB 52 Joe Blahak, LCB 1972 50 29 Tom Ruud, SLB 17 Zaven Yaralian, LCB 1973 John Bell, MG 38 John Lee, MG 38 Tom Ruud, SLB 16 George Kyros, S 1974 Mike Fultz, RT 47 Clete Pillen, WLB 22 Dave Butterfield, LCB 27 1975 34 Mike Fultz, RT 65 Clete Pillen, SLB 32 Ted Harvey, RCB 1976 46 20 Randy Poeschl, RT 1977 Lee Kunz, SLB 44 Jim Pillen, M 20 Kerry Weinmaster, MG 43 63 Lee Kunz, WLB 27 Jim Pillen, M 1978 Kerry Weinmaster, MG Kerry Weinmaster, MG 51 Kim Baker,WLB 25 Russell Gary, S 1979 26 30 Curt Hineline, MG 48 Jimmy Williams, LE 1980 Russell Gary, S 46 Henry Waechter, RT 30 Jeff Krejci, S Henry Waechter, RT 59 Steve Damkroger, SLB 34 1981 41 1982 38 Jeff Merrell, MG 53 Steve McWhirter, SLB 34 Bret Clark, S 1983 26 Rob Stuckey, RT 64 Mike Knox, WLB 37 Bret Clark, S 26 Mark Tranmer, MG Bret Clark, S Ken Shead, MG 58 Marc Munford, WLB 30 1984 26 43 Jim Skow, RT 43 Marc Munford, WLB 26 Chris Carr, S 1985 1986 31 Danny Noonan, MG 49 Marc Munford, WLB 38 Charles Fryar, RCB 1987 36 Neil Smith, LT 41 Broderick Thomas, LE 26 Mark Blazek, S 1988 35 Willie Griffin, LT 53 Broderick Thomas, LOLB 37 Reggie Cooper, SS 35 Lawrence Pete, MG Reggie Cooper, SS 1989 19 Mike Murray, MG 36 Pat Tyrance, WLB 38 33 Reggie Cooper, SS 1990 36 Kenny Walker, RT 41 Pat Tyrance, WLB 1991 Pat Engelbert, MG 28 Mike Anderson, WLB 35 Steve Carmer, SS 25 28 Travis Hill, LOLB 29 35 Travis Hill, LOLB 31 Steve Carmer, SS 1992 John Parrella, LT 19 Terry Connealy, NT 47 Trev Alberts, ROLB 1993 43 Toby Wright, SS 1994 32 Christian Peter, DT 41 Ed Stewart, WLB 41 Kareem Moss, ROV 12 Christian Peter, DT 27 Terrell Farley, WLB 27 Mike Minter, ROV 1995 1996 17 Jason Peter, DT 36 Jamel Williams, SLB 22 Eric Stokes, FS 1997 Jason Peter, DT 28 Grant Wistrom, RE 36 Mike Brown, ROV 22 Eric Johnson, WLB Loran Kaiser, DT 33 1998 37 Mike Brown, ROV 16 1999 23 Steve Warren, DT 32 Carlos Polk, MLB 56 Mike Brown, ROV 2000 19 Jason Lohr, NT 40 Carlos Polk, MLB 33 Keyuo Craver, LCB 2001 16 Jeremy Slechta, DT 27 Jamie Burrow, MLB 35 Keyuo Craver, LCB 27 Chris Kelsay, RE 2002 21 Ryon Bingham, NT 38 Demorrio Williams, WLB 44 Philip Bland, FS 27 2003 83 Ryon Bingham, NT Demorrio Williams, WLB 44 Daniel Bullocks, SS 2004 Adam Carriker, DE 86 Barrett Ruud, MLB 43 Josh Bullocks, FS 19 Daniel Bullocks, SS 61 Corey McKeon, MLB 46 Adam Carriker, DE 2005 26 26 Titus Adams, DT 24 Adam Carriker, DE 41 Stewart Bradley, SLB 52 Andre Jones, CB 2006 Zach Potter, DE 2007 56 Steve Octavien, WLB 43 Armando Murillo, CB 26 26 Ndamukong Suh, DT 2008 Cody Glenn, WLB 45 Larry Asante, SS 39 2009 Ndamukong Suh, DT 45 Phillip Dillard, LB 42 Larry Asante, SS 52 2010 36 Jared Crick, DT 84 Lavonte David, LB 51 Dejon Gomes, FS 2011 Cameron Meredith, DE 65 Lavonte David, LB 46 Daimion Stafford, S 27 37 Eric Martin, DE 2012 Will Compton, LB 51 Daimion Stafford, S 32 40 Randy Gregory, DE 48 David Santos, LB 52 Corey Cooper, S 2013 2014 23 Randy Gregory, DE 48 Zaire Anderson, LB 49 Nathan Gerry, S 2015 Maliek Collins, DT 36 Dedrick Young, LB 31 Byerson Cockrell, S 15 15 Greg McMullen, DE 2016 21 Ross Dzuris, DE 40 Josh Banderas, LB 48 Joshua Kalu, CB Joshua Kalu, DB 33 2017 17 Carlos Davis, DL 39 Chris Weber, LB Note: Bold indicates overall season leader, not just position leader Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 127

128 The Last Time An Individual Had... Football 50-59 Yard Run 90-99 Yard Pass , Oct . 10 , 201 5 Andy Janovich 55-TD ) Nebraska: , Nebraska: Tommy Armstrong Jr. to Quincy Enunwa, Wisconsin ( Ivory Kelly-Martin, Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (57) vs. Georgia (Gator Bowl) Jan. 1, 2014 (99-TD) Opponent: to D.J. Moore , Maryland , Max Bortenschlager Opponent: -TD) 9 , 2016 (9 2 60-69 Yard Run Nov . 1 ) Nebraska: Terrell Newby , vs. Illinois . 1, 201 3-TD Oct 6 , (6 Saquon Barkley, at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (65-TD) Opponent: 200-299 Passing Yards, Game Nebraska: Tanner Lee, vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (205) Opponent: 70-79 Yard Run Clayton Thorson, Northwestern, Nov. 4, 2017 (243) Taylor Martinez, vs. Wisconsin Nebraska: 300-399 Passing Yards, Game (Big Ten Championship), Dec. 1, 2012 (76-TD) Demry Croft, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (73-TD) , at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (399) Opponent: Nebraska: Tanner Lee Trace McSorley, at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (325) Opponent: 80-89 Yard Run Nebraska: 400-499 Passing Yards, Game Kenny Bell, at Minnesota, Oct. 22, 2011 (82-TD) ) 431 ( 17 , 20 28 . Oct , Purdue , at Tanner Lee Opponent: Venric Mark, at Northwestern, Oct. 20, 2012 (80-TD) Nebraska: Opponent: Justice Hansen, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (415) 90-99 Yard Run 500-Plus Passing Yards, Game Taylor Martinez, at UCLA, Sept. 8, 2012 (92-TD) Nebraska: Opponent: Ell Roberson, at Kansas State, Nov. 16, 2002 (91-TD) Nebraska: Joe Ganz, vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 (510 yards) Opponent: 100-199 Rushing Yards, Game Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 Devine Ozigbo, vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 (112) Nebraska: (590 yards) Opponent: Akrum Wadley, Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (159) 20-29 Pass Completions, Game 200-249 Rushing Yards, Game Nebraska: Tanner Lee, vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (22) Ameer Abdullah, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 25, 2014 (225) Nebraska: Opponent: Trace McSorley, at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (24) Opponent: Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 (249) 30-39 Pass Completions, Game 8 at Purdue , 250-299 Rushing Yards, Game , 201 , (32) anner Lee . 2 T Nebraska: Oct 7 Nebraska: Calvin Jones, vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 1991 (294 yards) Brian Burrell, at Fresno State, Sept. 13, 2014 (30) Opponent: Opponent: Jamaal Charles, at Texas, Oct. 27, 2007 (290 yards) 40-Plus Pass Completions, Game Never accomplished Nebraska: 300-Plus Rushing Yards, Game Opponent: Justice Hansen, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (46) Roy Helu Jr., vs. Missouri, Oct. 30, 2010 Nebraska: (307 yards) 40-49 Pass Attempts, Game Melvin Gordon, at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 Opponent: Tanner Lee, vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (41) Nebraska: (408 yards) 2 , Opponent: ) 43 ( 6 , 201 David Blough . 2 Oct , Purdue Four Rushing Touchdowns, Game 50-59 Pass Attempts, Game Ameer Abdullah, at Northwestern, Oct. 18, 2014 (4) Nebraska: (5 7 , 201 8 . 2 Oct , at Purdue T Nebraska: , Opponent: Melvin Gordon, at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (4) anner Lee ) 0 Opponent: Joel Stave, Wisconsin, Oct. 10, 2015 (50) 20-29 Rushing Attempts, Game Devine Ozigbo, vs. Northwestern, Nov. 4, 2017 (23) Nebraska: 60-Plus Pass Attempts, Game Never accomplished Opponent: Rodney Smith, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (24) Nebraska: Opponent: Justice Hansen, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (68) 30-39 Rushing Attempts, Game Four or More Touchdown Passes, Game Nebraska: Tre Bryant, vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (31) , 201 Purdue , Oct . (4) , 201 31 Nebraska: Ryker Fyfe , at ) 31 ( 7 5 4 , Nov. Northwestern , Justin Jackson Opponent: J.T. Barrett, Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (5) Opponent: 40-Plus Rushing Attempts, Game Never accomplished Nebraska: Total-Offense Yards, Game -Plus 300 Steve Owens, Oklahoma, Nov. 23, 1968 (41) anner Lee, at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (383) T Opponent: Nebraska: Trace McSorley, at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (371) Opponent: 60-69 Yard Pass 7-9 Pass Receptions, Game Nebraska: Tommy Armstrong Jr. to Alonzo Moore , vs. Wyoming -TD) 6 Sept Nebraska: Stanley Morgan Jr., vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (7) 3 (6 . , 201 10 Opponent: K.J. Hill, Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (7) Nate Stanley to Noah Fant Iowa , Opponent: 68 -TD) . ( 17 , 20 Nov 24 10-13 Pass Receptions, Game JD Spielman, vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (11) 70-79 Yard Pass Nebraska: Opponent: Nebraska: Tanner Lee to J.D. Spielman, vs. Ohio State Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State, Nov. 7, 2015 (10) Oct. 14, 2017 (77-TD) 14-Plus Pass Receptions, Game Opponent: C.J. Beathard to Riley McCarron, Iowa Nov. 25, 2016 (77-TD) Dennis Richnafsky, at Kansas State, Oct. 7, 1967 (14) Nebraska: Opponent: Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (21) 80-89 Yard Pass 100-149 Receiving Yards, Game Nebraska: Tanner Lee to Stanley Morgan Jr. , vs. Wisconsin , JD Spielman, at Minnesota, Nov. 11, 2017 (141) (80-TD) 17 , 20 7 . Oct Nebraska: David Blough to DeAngelo Yancey , Purdue Noah Fant, Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (116) Opponent: Opponent: , Oct . 22 , 201 6 ( 88 -TD) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 128

129 150-199 Receiving Yards, Game Jared Crick, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009 (7-28) Nebraska: Stanley Morgan Jr., at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (185) Never accomplished Opponent: Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State, Nov. 7, 2015 (164) Opponent: Five Pass Breakups, Game 200-299 Receiving Yards, Game Stanley Jean-Baptiste, at Northwestern, Nebraska: JD Spielman, vs. Ohio State, Oct. 14, 2017 (200) Nebraska: Oct. 20, 2012 Football Opponent: Dante Love, Ball State, Sept. 22, 2007 (214) Never accomplished Opponent: 300-399 Receiving Yards, Game Six Pass Breakups, Game Nebraska: Never accomplished Fabian Washington, vs. Kansas, Oct. 2, 2004 (6) Nebraska: Never accomplished Opponent: Opponent: Never accomplished 400-Plus Receiving Yards, Game Intercepted Two Passes, Game Never accomplished Nebraska: Nathan Gerry 6 , 201 Oct. 29 , at Wisconsin , Nebraska: Opponent: Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (405) Damian Swann, Georgia (Capital One Bowl), Opponent: 13 Jan. 1, 20 Two Receiving Touchdowns, Game Stanley Morgan Jr., vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (2) Nebraska: Intercepted Three Passes, Game Noah Fant, Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (2) Opponent: Matt O’Hanlon, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 Nebraska: Opponent: Anthony Brown, Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 Three Receiving Touchdowns, Game Brandon Kinnie, at Oklahoma State, Nebraska: Recovered Two Fumbles, Game Oct. 23, 2010 (3) Nebraska: Zaire Anderson, at Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 Opponent: Dezmon Briscoe, at Kansas, Nov. 3, 2007 (3) Opponent: R.C. Kilgore, South Dakota State, Sept. 21, 2013 15-19 Tackles, Game Recovered Three Fumbles, Game (1 ) Nebraska: 5 , at Minnesota, Nov . 7 11 , 201 Antonio Reed Nebraska: Broderick Thomas, at Colorado, Oct. 19, 1985 ) Opponent: Patrick Nelson , Illinois, Oct . 1 , 201 6 (1 6 Never accomplished Opponent: 20-29 Tackles, Game Kicked a 50-Yard Field Goal Nebraska: L ee Kunz, at Oklahoma, Nov. 25, 1977 (23) , vs. Purdue , Drew Brown ) . 2 1 (5 6 , 201 2 Oct Nebraska: Opponent: Michael Boley, Southern Miss, Brendan Gibbons, Michigan, Oct. 27, 2012 (52) Opponent: Sept. 11, 2004 (20) Punt-Return Touchdown 30-Plus Tackles, Game De’Mornay Pierson-El, at Iowa, Nov. 28, 2014 Nebraska: Clete Pillen, vs. Oklahoma State, Nebraska: (80 yards) Nov. 6, 1976 (30) Opponent: Blaise Taylor, Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 Opponent: Never accomplished (63 yards) Two Quarterback Sacks, Game Kickoff-Return Touchdown , vs. Maryland , Freedom Akinmoladun Nebraska: Nebraska: JD Spielman, vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 19 Nov ) 5 (2-1 6 . , 201 (99 yards) Opponent: Gelen Robinson, at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 (2-9) . 2 1 7 Nov , at Minnesota , Rodney Smith Opponent: , 201 yards) 100 ( Three Quarterback Sacks, Game Randy Gregory, at Michigan, Nebraska: Pass Interception-Return Touchdown Nov. 9, 2013 (3-14) . Marcus Newby yards) 49 ( 7 Nebraska: , 201 , vs. Northwestern , Nov 4 Opponent: Pryce Macon, Oklahoma Chris Orr, Wisconsin, Oct. 7, 2017 (78 yards) Opponent: (Big 12 Championship), Dec. 4, 2010 (3-21) Fumble-Return Touchdown Four Quarterback Sacks, Game Josh Mitchell, vs. Miami, Sept. 20, 2014 Nebraska: Ndamukong Suh, vs. Texas Nebraska: (57 yards) (Big 12 Championship), Dec. 5, 2009 (4.5-21) Qushaun Lee, Arkansas State, Sept. 15, 2012 Opponent: Brandon Sharpe, Texas Tech, Oct. 17, 2009 Opponent: (1 yard) (4-19) Blocked Punt Five Quarterback Sacks, Game , Northwestern , Andy Janovich 5 ( , 201 24 1 ) . Oct Nebraska: Nebraska: Jared Crick, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009 6 (1) , 201 22 . Oct Purdue, Opponent: Robert Gregory , (5-24, school record) Never accomplished Opponent: Blocked Punt Returned for Touchdown Justin Blatchford, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009 Nebraska: Five Tackles for Loss, Game Opponent: Darren Rus, at Kansas, Nov. 5, 2005 Nebraska: Ciante Evans, vs. Northwestern, Nov. 2, 2013 (5-23) Blocked Two Punts in a Game Opponent: John Simon, at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 Nebraska: Kieron Williams, vs. USC (Holiday Bowl), (5-24) Dec. 27, 2014 Never accomplished Opponent: Six Tackles for Loss, Game Nebraska: Ndamukong Suh, vs. Texas Blocked Field Goal ; (Big 12 Championship), Dec. 5, 2009 (7-22) Randy Gregory, vs. Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2014 Nebraska: Jared Crick, at Baylor, Oct. 31, 2009 (7-28) William Lee, Northern Illinois, Sept. 16, 2017 Opponent: Gelen Robinson, at Purdue, Oct. 28, 2017 (6-16) Opponent: Blocked Two Field Goals in a Game Seven Tackles for Loss, Game Nebraska: Kyle Vanden Bosch, vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1999 Ndamukong Suh, vs. Texas Nebraska: Opponent: Never accomplished ; ec. 5, 2009 (7-22) D (Big 12 Championship), Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 129

130 Blocked FG Returned for Touchdown Attempted 50-59 Passes, Game Nat han Gerry, vs. Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2014 (85 yards) ) 0 (5 7 , 201 8 . 2 Oct , at Purdue Nebraska: Nebraska: Football Never accomplished Opponent: Wisconsin, Oct. 10, 2015 (50) Opponent: Attempted 60-Plus Passes, Game Blocked PAT Never accomplished Nebraska: Joshua Kalu Nebraska: Purdue , Oct. 3 1, 201 5 , at Opponent: Opponent: , Purdue, Oct. 31, 2015 Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (68) Ryan Watson Blocked PAT Returned for Two Points Recorded 600-699 Total-Offense Yards, Game Never accomplished Nebraska: Nebraska: vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 (624 yards) Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina Opponent: at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (609 yards) Opponent: (Capital One Bowl), Jan. 2, 2012 Recorded 700 Total-Offense Yards, Game Greg Biekert, Colorado, Nov. 2, 1991 Nebraska: vs. Florida Atlantic, Aug. 30, 2014 (784 yards) Never accomplished Opponent: The Last Time A Team... Rushed for 300-399 Yards, Game Recorded 30 First Downs, Game Nebraska: vs. UCLA (Foster Farms Bowl), Dec. 26, 2015 (31) yards) at Northwestern , Sept . 2 4 , 201 6 ( 310 Nebraska: Opponent: Opponent: , Nov Iowa . 24 , 201 7 ( 313 yards) Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (32) Rushed for 400-499 Yards, Game Scored 30-39 Points, Game Nebraska: ) Nebraska: vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 (458 yards) at Oregon, Sept. 9, 2017 ( Oregon won, 42-35 Northwestern, Nov. 4, 2017 (Northwestern won, 31-24, OT) Opponent: yards) 409 ( 17 , 20 1 , Nov. 1 at Minnesota Opponent: Rushed for 500-599 Yards, Game Scored 40-49 Points, Game Nebraska: vs. San Jose State, Sept. 2, 2000 (505 yards) Nebraska: at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (Penn State won, 56-44) at Opponent: Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 (581 yards) Opponent: Oregon Sept. 9, 2017 ) Oregon won, 42-35 ( , Scored 50-59 Points, Game Rushed for 600 Yards, Game Nebraska: , Sept. 1 0 , 201 6 at Baylor, Oct. 13, 2001 (641 yards) Nebraska: vs. Wyoming ) Opponent: Never accomplished 2 -1 7 (Nebraska won, 5 . Opponent: 24 , 201 7 Iowa , Nov ( Iowa won, 56-14 ) Recorded 60-69 Rushing Attempts, Game Nebraska: , UCLA (Foster Farms Bowl) vs. , 201 Scored 60-69 Points, Game . 2 Dec 62 attempts) ( 6 5 Michigan, Nov. 19, 2011 (61 Opponent: Nebraska: vs. Northwestern (Alamo Bowl), Dec. 30, 2000 ) attempts (Nebraska won, 66-17) at Ohio State, , 201 Recorded 70-79 Rushing Attempts, Game Opponent: Nov . 6 5 2 (Ohio State won 6 vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 (70 Nebraska: attempts ) -3) Iowa State, Nov. 14, 1992 (70 Opponent: attempts ) Scored 70 Points, Game Nebraska: vs. Idaho State, Sept. 22, 2012 Recorded 80-Plus Rushing Attempts, Game (Nebraska won, 73-7) Nebraska: vs. Iowa State, Nov. 9, 1985 (83 attempts) Wisconsin (Big Ten Championship), Opponent: Opponent: Never accomplished (Wisconsin won, 70-31) Dec. 1, 2012 Passed for 200-299 Yards, Game Nebraska: Scored 30 Points in a Quarter vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (200 yards) , 201 Northwestern, Nov. 4 vs. Northwestern (Alamo Bowl), Nebraska: Opponent: 7 yards) 243 ( Dec. 30, 2000 (31 in second quarter) Passed for 300-399 Yards, Game vs. Baylor, Oct. 21, 2000 (38 in first quarter) Nebraska: at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (399 yards) Opponent: at Oklahoma, Nov. 1, 2008 (35 in first quarter) Opponent: at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (346 yards) Had Two 100-Yard Rushers in a Game Passed for 400-499 Yards, Game vs. Illinois, Sept. 27, 2014 Nebraska: ( (Ameer Abdullah 22 att., 208 Nebraska: 27 , 20 17 yards, 3 TD; at Purdue, Oct 431 . yards) Opponent: Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (415 yards) Imani Cross, 22 att., 109 yards, 1 TD) Nov , at Minnesota 7 , 201 Opponent: . 11 TD; 3 yards, 183 att, 10 Passed for 500-599 Yards, Game , Demry Croft ( Rodney Smith TD) 24 att, 134 yards, 0 vs. Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 (519 yards) , Nebraska: Opponent: Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, 1998 (590 yards) Held Time of Possession of 40 Minutes, Game at Texas Tech, Oct. 11, 2008 (40:12) Nebraska: Completed 20-29 Passes, Game vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (23) Nebraska: Michigan, Nov. 19, 2011 (41:13) Opponent: at Penn State, Nov. 18, 2017 (26) Opponent: Recorded a Safety ) Completed 30-39 Passes, Game vs. Arkansas State , Sept. 2, 2017 ( Team Safety Nebraska: . 2 , 201 Oct , (Team Safety) at Purdue Nebraska: 7 (32) 8 Opponent: Arkansas State , Sept. 2, 2017 14 ) . , 201 Oct , Ohio State Opponent: 7 ( 31 Recorded a Shutout Completed 40-Plus Passes, Game Nebraska: vs. Arizona (Holiday Bowl), Nebraska: Never accomplished Dec. 30, 2009 (33-0) ) Opponent: Arkansas State, Sept. 2, 2017 (46) Opponent: Arizona State, Sept. 21, 1996 ( 19-0 Attempted 40-49 Passes, Game Fumbled Seven Times, Game Nebraska: vs. Iowa, Nov. 24, 2018 (42) vs. Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010 (8 fumbles, 3 lost) Nebraska: Ohio State Opponent: Nicholls State, Sept. 9, 2006 (7 fumbles, 3 lost) , Nov. 5 , 201 6 ( 44 ) Opponent: Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 130

131 Overcame Halftime Deficit to Win Game in Lincoln Fumbled Eight Times, Game , 201 vs. Idaho, Sept. 11, 2010 (8 fumbles, 3 lost) 7 Nebraska: Nebraska: at Purdue , Oct . 28 (Nebraska trailed Oklahoma, Nov. 21, 1987 (8 fumbles, 3 lost) 14-6 at halftime, but rallied for a Opponent: 25-24 victory) Opponent: Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2014 (Minnesota won, after trailing 21-7 at half) 28-24, Fumbled 10 Times, Game vs. Kansas State, Nov. 13, 1999 (10 fumbles, 3 lost) Nebraska: Football Auburn, Oct. 3, 1981 (10 fumbles, 5 lost) Opponent: Trailed After Three Quarters, Rallied to Win Game 7 , 201 28 . Oct , at Purdue Nebraska: (Nebraska trailed Four Fumbles Lost, Game 17-12 after three quarters, but rallied for a 25-24 victory) Opponent: Nebraska: vs. Michigan State, Nov. 16, 2013 Northwestern, Nov. 4 , 201 7 ( Northwestern , OT, (5 fumbles, 4 lost) won, 31-24 after trailing 24-17 after three quarters ) Wisconsin, Nov. 15, 2014 Opponent: Trailed After Three Quarters and Rallied to Win Game in Lincoln (5 fumbles, 4 lost) vs. Michigan State Nebraska: (Nebraska trailed 5 , 201 7 , Nov. victory) 39-38 , but rallied for a 31-20 after three quarters Five Fumbles Lost, Game Opponent: vs. Iowa State, Oct. 24, 2009 Northwestern ( 7 , 201 4 Nov. Nebraska: Northwestern, ) won, after trailing 24-17 after three quarters OT, , 31-24 (7 fumbles, 5 lost) Opponent: Arizona State, Sept. 28, 1991 Tied After Three Quarters, Won Game: (7 fumbles, 5 lost) (Nebraska and 6 , 201 , Nov. vs Minnesota Nebraska: 12 7 , after three quarters before NU Minnesota Six Fumbles Lost, Game were tied, 1 7 -1 ) 17 - 24 at Iowa State, Nov. 13, 1976 Nebraska: won Opponent: Georgia, Jan. 1, 2013 (Nebraska and Georgia (8 fumbles, 6 lost) Opponent: Iowa State, Nov. 15, 1980 were tied, 31-31, after three quarters in the Capital One Bowl. UGA won, 45-31 (6 fumbles, 6 lost) Defense Scored Two or More Touchdowns, Game Nebraska: vs. Southern Miss, Sept. 7, 2013 (2 interceptions) Northern Illinois, Sept. 16, 2017 Opponent: (2 interceptions) Defense Intercepted Three Or More Passes, Game ( 10 , 201 6 Nebraska: 5 ) vs. , Sept. Wyoming Iowa, Nov. 24, 2017 (3) Opponent: Defense Recorded 15 or More Tackles for Loss, Game at Michigan, Nov. 9, 2013 (16-67) Nebraska: Opponent: Oklahoma (Big 12 Championship), Dec. 4, 2010 (17-60) Defense Recorded 10 or More Sacks, Game Nebraska: vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (11-69) Never accomplished Opponent: Defense Recorded 15 or More Pass Breakups, Game Nebraska: , 2004 (17) Kansas, Oct. 2 Never accomplished Opponent: Blocked Two or More Field Goals in a Game Nebraska: vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 17, 2005 (Adam Ickes, Zach Potter) Never accomplished Opponent: Blocked Two or More Punts in a Game vs. USC (Holiday Bowl), Dec. 27, 2014 Nebraska: at Iowa State, Nov. 7, 1998 Opponent: Blocked Two or More PATs in a Game Nebraska: Never accomplished Opponent: Florida, Jan. 2, 1996 (Fiesta Bowl) Scored Touchdowns on a Kickoff and Punt Return Never accomplished Nebraska: Opponent: Notre Dame, Sept. 9, 2000 Was Not Penalized vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 Nebraska: Opponent: Iowa, Sept. 4, 1999 Overcame Halftime Deficit to Win Game vs. Minnesota Nebraska: , 201 (Nebraska trailed 6 12 , Nov. 24-17 17-10 at halftime, but rallied for a victory) ( Illinois won, 14-13 , Opponent: at Illinois , Oct. 3 , 201 5 at half) 10-0 after trailing Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 131

132 Nebraska’s Greatest Comebacks Nebraska 8-4 in OT Football Nebraska produced two of the biggest comebacks in school The tiebreaker that had been used since 1981 for history in its first two Homecoming games against Big Ten Division I-AA, II and III championships and in certain opponents. In its first home game against Ohio State on Oct. I-AA conferences' regular-season contests went into 8, 2011, the Huskers fell behind the Buckeyes 27-6 early in effect in 1996 for all NCAA football games that were third quarter before rallying for 28 consecutive points in the game's final 23 minutes. NU trailed 27-20 midway through tied at the end of regulation. the fourth quarter before I-back Rex Burkhead scored on a 30-yard pass from Taylor Martinez to tie the score with 7:35 An overtime period, untimed, consists of two left. Burkhead completed the comeback with a seven-yard possessions, one by each team beginning on the touchdown run with 5:10 left for a 34-27 Nebraska victory. opponent's 25-yard line, and the game ends when In the 2012 Homecoming clash with Wisconsin, NU trailed by 17 points on two occasions, the last coming after a Montee the score is no longer tied after a complete period. Ball touchdown run wth 10:29 left in the third quarter to give Beginning in the third overtime period, teams that the Badgers a 27-10 lead. But NU closed the game with 20 score TDs must attempt a two-point conversion. This straight points, including Brett Maher's game-tying field goal rule went into effect in 1997. with 0:55 left in the third quarter and his game-winner from 41 yards out with 9:41 left in the game. Nebraska 45, Missouri 38, OT, Nov. 8, 1997: The Huskers have trailed by 10 or more points and rallied to win Columbia, Mo. 45 times in history, including a win over Purdue in 2017. In 2012, NU trailed by 10 or more points in the second half before beating Nebraska 33, Colorado 30, OT, Nov. 26, 1999: Wisconsin, Northwestern, Michigan State and Penn State in a Boulder, Colo. six-game span from Sept. 29 to Nov. 10. NU's largest comebacks since 1965 are listed below, including the time the opponent scored to take its largest lead and the Nebraska 27, Notre Dame 24, OT, Sept. 9, 2000: time NU produced the game-winning score. South Bend, Ind. Year Opponent Deficit (Time) Game-Winning Score (Final) TD, 5:10, 4th (34-27) 21, 10:53 left 3rd 2011 Ohio State Oct. 1, 2005: Nebraska 27, Iowa State 20, 2 OT, TD, 8:46, 3rd (59-23) 17, 2:15 left 1st 1991 at Kansas Lincoln, Neb. 2002 at Texas A&M 17, 7:43 left 3rd TD, 11:01, 4th (38-31) 2012 Wisconsin 17, 10:29 left 3rd FG, 9:41, 4th (30-27) 2014 at Iowa 17, 8:45 left 3rd TD, Overtime (37-34) 1950 Missouri* 14, N/A N/A Sept. 30, 2006: Nebraska 39, Kansas 32, OT, N/A 14, N/A 1951 Iowa State* Lincoln, Neb. FG, 1:38, 4th (17-14) 1960 Oklahoma 14, 11:19 left 2nd 1965 Missouri 14, end of 1st FG, 5:56, 4th (16-14) 1967 Kansas State 14, 3:19 left 1st FG, 1:11, 4th (16-14) 1968 Oklahoma State 14, 13:42 left 3rd TD, 0:57, 4th (21-20) Texas Tech 37, Nebraska 31, OT, Oct. 11, 2008: 1979 Iowa FG, 5:52, 4th (24-21) 14, 5:21 left 3rd Lubbock, Texas 14, 3:00 left 1st TD, 6:02, 2nd (42-17) 1979 Penn State TD, 2:57, 4th (19-14) 1991 Oklahoma 14, 12:39 left 2nd TD, 8:11, 3rd (42-32) 1994 Wyoming 14, 0:25 left 1st 2008 Colorado 14, 5:47 left 1st FG, 1:43, 4th (40-31) Nebraska 31, Iowa State 30, OT, Nov. 6, 2010: 2012 Penn State 14, 1:08 left 2nd TD, 10:57, 4th (32-23) Ames, Iowa TD, :00, 4th (27-24) 2013 Northwestern 14, 11:07 left, 2nd 2015 vs. UCLA TD, 4:50, 4th (37-29) 14, 7:55 left 2nd 1941 Iowa* 13, N/A N/A Nov. 23, 2013: Nebraska 23, Penn State, 20, OT, TD, 11:27, 4th (37-16) 13, 9:12 left 3rd 1982 Hawaii TD, 2:29, 4th (35-32) 13, 2:30 left 2nd 2016 Oregon University Park, Pa. N/A 12, N/A 1940 Iowa State* N/A 12, N/A 1950 Kansas* TD, 0:53, 4th (21-19) 12, 3:39 left 2nd 1966 Colorado Nebraska 37, Iowa, 34, OT, Nov. 28, 2014: TD, 0:06, 2nd (33-15) 1977 Colorado 12, 9:55 left 2nd Iowa City, Iowa 2009 at Missouri TD, 12:59, 4th (27-12) 12, (13:57 left 4th) TD, 2:08, 4th (29-28) 2012 at Northwestern 12, (8:31 left 4th) TD, :17, 4th (39-38) 2015 Michigan State 12 (4:16, left 4th) 12 (14:23, left 4th) 2017 Purdue TD, :14, 4th (25-24) Sept 5 : , 201 Miami 36, Nebraska 33, OT, 19 . *-Specific scoring information is incomplete Miami, Fla. Largest Fourth-Quarter Comebacks 4th Quarter Deficit Opponent Year Final Score Wisconsin 23, Nebraska 17, OT, . , 201 Oct 29 6 : 1966 at Colorado 7-19 (-12) 21-19 27-12 2009 at Missouri 0-12 (-12) Madison, Wis. 2012 at Northwestern 16-28 (-12) 29-28 2015 Michigan State 26-38 (-12) 39-38 7 : Northwestern 31, Nebraska 24, OT, 4 . , 201 Nov 2017 at Purdue 12-24 (-12) 25-24 32-28 17-28 (-11) 2005 vs. Michigan Lincoln, Neb. 21-31 (-10) 38-31 2002 at Texas A&M 2012 at Michigan St. 14-24 (-10) 28-24 37-34 (ot) 2014 at Iowa 14-24 (-10) Bowl Games 2005 Michigan 17-28 (-11) 32-28 (Alamo) 1974 North Carolina 7-17 (-10) 21-17 (Liberty) 0-10 (-10) 13-10 (Sugar) 1977 Florida 24-17 (Orange) 9-17 (-8) 1995 Miami Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 132

133 77 Most Consecutive Games Scored In (2 ) Nebraska’s Longest Streaks 1996-present (last shut out by Arizona State, 19-0, Winning Streak Sept. 21, 1996) Rk. Wins Ended By 1. 26, 1994-96 Arizona State, 19-0, Sept. 21, 1996, Most Consecutive Home Games Scored In ( 3 33 ) at Tempe Sept. 20, 1969-present (last shut out by Kansas State, 12-0, Football 2. 24, 1901-04 Colorado, 6-0, Oct. 8, 1904, at Boulder Nov. 9, 1968) UCLA, 20-17, Sept. 9, 1972, at Los Angeles 3. 23, 1970-71 4. 22, 1982-83 Miami, 31-30, Jan. 2, 1984, at Miami Most Consecutive Home Victories (47)* (Orange Bowl) Oct. 19, 1991-Oct. 24, 1998 (ended vs. Texas, 20-16, Kansas, 7-3, Nov. 18, 1916, in Lincoln 5. 19, 1914-16 Oct. 31, 1998) 19, 1996-98 Texas A&M, 28-21, Oct. 10, 1998 *Fifth-longest in NCAA history at College Station 7. 16, 1963-64 Oklahoma, 17-7, Nov. 21, 1964, Most Consecutive Games Unbeaten (34) at Norman Oct. 28, 1912-Nov. 4, 1916 (ended vs. Kansas, 7-3, 8. 14, 1912-14 South Dakota, 0-0, Oct. 10, 1914, Nov. 18, 1916) in Lincoln 9. 13, 1999-2000 Oklahoma, 31-14, Oct. 28, 2000, Most Consecutive Road Victories (12) at Norman Aug. 28, 1994-Jan. 2, 1996 (ended at Arizona State, 19-0, 13, 2000-01 Colorado, 62-36, Nov. 23, 2001, Sept. 21, 1996) at Boulder 11. 11, 1974-75 Oklahoma, 35-10, Nov. 22, 1974, Most Consecutive Regular-Season Road Victories (16) at Norman Nov. 27, 1992-Nov. 11, 1995 (ended at Arizona State, 19-0, Florida State, 18-16, Jan. 1, 1994, 11, 1993 Sept. 21, 1996) at Miami (Orange Bowl) Most Consecutive Regular-Season True Away Victories (14)* Unbeaten Streak Nov. 27, 1992-Nov. 11, 1995 (ended at Arizona State, 19-0, Ended By Rk. Unbeaten Sept. 21, 1996) 1. 34, 1912-16 Kansas, 7-3, Nov. 18, 1916, *excludes a win over Kansas State in Tokyo and a win over in Lincoln . West Virginia in East Rutherford, N.J 2. 32, 1969-72 UCLA, 20-17, Sept. 9, 1972, at Los Angeles Most Consecutive Bowl Victories (6) 3. 13, 1932-33 Pittsburgh, 6-0, Nov. 18, 1933, Dec. 20, 1969 Sun Bowl-Dec. 31, 1974 Sugar Bowl at Pittsburgh (ended by Arizona State, 17-14, in Dec. 26, 1975 Fiesta Bowl) Consecutive Homecoming Victories (36) Losing Streak Nov. 8, 1969-Oct. 30, 2004 (ended by Texas Tech, 34-31, Rk. Losses Ended Against Oct. 8, 2005) Kansas, 7-6, Oct. 23, 1943, in Lincoln 1. 7, 1942-43 Penn State, 14-7, Sept. 28, 1958, 7, 1957 Consecutive Season-Opening Victories (29) in Lincoln Sept. 6, 1986 vs. Florida State (34-17)-Aug. 30, 2014 vs. Kansas, 27-13, Nov. 3, 1945, 3. 6, 1944-45 Florida Atlantic (55-7) in Lincoln (ended by BYU, 33-28, in Lincoln, Sept. 5, 2015) 4. 5, five times Most recently in 2007 9. 4, eight times Most recently in 1961 Consecutive Regular-Season Conference Victories (40) Nov. 27, 1992-Oct. 3, 1998 (ended at Texas A&M, 28-21, Winless Streak Oct. 10, 1998) Rk. Non-Wins Ended Against 1. 7, 1918-19 Missouri, 12-5, Nov. 8, 1919, Most Consecutive Losses (7) at Columbia Nov. 7, 1942-Oct. 16, 1943 (ended vs. Kansas, 7-6, Miami, 20-16, Oct. 17, 1953, 2. 6, 1952-53 Oct. 23, 1943); Oct. 12-Nov. 23, 1957 in Lincoln (ended vs. Penn State, 14-7, Sept. 20, 1958) Most recently in 2007 3. 5, twice Most Consecutive Home Losses (6) Miscellaneous Streaks Nov. 17, 1956-Nov. 23, 1957 (ended vs. Penn State, 14-7, ) Most Consecutive Home Sellouts ( 361 Sept. 20, 1958) Nov. 3, 1962-present (NCAA record) Most Consecutive Road Losses (8) Most Consecutive .500 or Better Seasons (42) Sept. 30, 1944-Oct. 27, 1945 (ended at Kansas State, 24-0, 1962-2003 Nov. 10, 1945); Oct. 12, 1957-Nov. 22, 1958 (ended at Minnesota, 32-12, Sept. 26, 1959) Most Consecutive Winning Regular Seasons (4 2) 1962-2003 Most Consecutive Bowl Losses (7) Jan. 1, 1988 Fiesta Bowl-Jan. 1, 1993 Orange Bowl Most Consecutive Winning Seasons (40) (ended vs. Miami, 24-17, Jan. 1, 1994 Orange Bowl) 1962-2001 Most Consecutive Conference Losses (7) Most Consecutive Nine-Win Seasons (33) Oct. 11, 1958-Oct. 24, 1959 (ended vs. Oklahoma, 25-21, 1969-2001 (NCAA record) Oct. 31, 1959) Most Consecutive Bowl Appearances (35) Most Consecutive Shutouts (14) 1969-2003 (NCAA record) Sept. 27, 1902-Oct. 24, 1903 (ended at Iowa, 17-6, Oct. 31, 1903) ) Current Consecutive Bowl Appearances ( 0 None Most Consecutive Games Shut Out (4) Nov. 14, 1942-Oct. 2, 1943 (ended vs. Indiana, 13-54, Oct. 9, 1943) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 133

134 Blocked Kicks Nebraska NCAA Stat Champions 6 2014 Football Individual Rushing (yards per game) 1983 Mike Rozier, IB, 179.0 Blocked Punts 2014 4 Individual Scoring (points per game) Bobby Reynolds, HB-PK, 17.4* 1950 1983 Mike Rozier, IB, 14.5 Nebraska Conference Stat Champions *NCAA record until 1988 *Led NCAA Individual Punt Returns (yards per return) (yards per game) Individual Total Offense Rod Smith, SE, 18.9 1986 1971 Jerry Tagge, QB, 194.4 1974 Dave Humm, QB, 141.5 Individual Punt Return TDs 1976 Vince Ferragamo, QB, 173.8 2014 De'Mornay Pierson-El, 3 2012 Taylor Martinez, QB, 277.9 Individual Blocked Kicks (yards per game) Individual Rushing 2014 Kieron Williams, 3 1940 Harry Hopp, HB, 55.8 Bobby Reynolds, HB, 149.1 1950 Team Total Offense (yards per game, since 1937) 1980 Jarvis Redwine, IB, 124.3 501.4 1978 1983 Mike Rozier, IB, 179.0* 1982 518.6 1984 Doug DuBose, IB, 94.5 1997 513.7 Keith Jones, IB, 83.0 1986 Calvin Jones, IB, 110.0 1992 Team Scoring Offense (points per game) Calvin Jones, IB, 115.9 1993 41.1 1982 2001 Dahrran Diedrick, IB, 118.1 52.0 1983 52.4 1995 Individual Passing 47.1 1997 (yards per game through 1979; NCAA ratings, 1980-present) Bob Churchich, 89.3 1964 Team Rushing Offense (yards per game) Frank Patrick, 144.9 1967 1963 262.6 1971 Jerry Tagge, 168.3 1965 290.0 Dave Humm, 130.5 1974 1980 378.3 1976 Vince Ferragamo, 172.6 1982 394.3 Gerry Gdowski, 177.3 1989 1983 401.7 1990 Mickey Joseph, 141.9 1985 374.3 Keithen McCant, 146.5 1991 1988 382.3 Brook Berringer, 149.5 1994 375.3 1989 353.2 1991 (receptions per game) Individual Receiving 1992 328.2 1971 Johnny Rodgers, WB, 4.4 340.0 1994 1979 Tim Smith, SE, 2.7 1995 399.8 1997 392.6 per game) yards ( Individual Receiving 349.3 2000 2017 R 89.6 , , W Stanley Morgan Jr. 314.7 2001 (points per game) Individual Scoring Team Total Defense (yards per game) Clair Sloan, HB, 3.9 1928 1967 157.6 1929 Robert Young, HB, 3.0 1984 203.3 1933 Bernie Masterson, HB, 2.8 1935 Sam Francis, FB, 3.2 Team Scoring Defense (opponent points per game) 1936 Lloyd Cardwell, HB, 4.0 9.5 1984 1950 Reynolds, HB-PK, 17.4** obby B 2009 10.4 1964 Kent McCloughan, HB, 7.4 1970 Joe Orduna, IB, 7.8 Team Pass Defense (YPG until 1989, eff. rating 1972 Johnny Rodgers, WB, 9.3 1982 Mike Rozier, IB, 9.3 since) 1983 Mike Rozier, IB, 14.5* 90.1 1967 1991 Calvin Jones, IB, 8.6 39.9 1973 Calvin Jones, IB, 8.2 1992 1981 100.1 Calvin Jones, IB, 8.7 1993 2003 88.7 Kris Brown, PK, 8.8 1995 2009 87.3 Eric Crouch, QB, 10.9 2000 Brett Maher, PK, 8.5 2012 Turnover Margin +1.64 1992 Individual Punting (yards per punt) +1.77 2003 Chick Story, 37.8 1945 Jack Pesek, 42.7 1947 Interceptions 1951 Jim Cederdahl, 42.7 32 2003 1972 Rich Sanger, 40.2 1984 Scott Livingston, 41.2 Net Punting (net average yards per punt) 1998 Bill Lafleur, 44.9 1992 41.7 2003 Kyle Larson, 45.1 Sam Koch, 46.5 2005 Brett Maher, 44.5 2011 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 134

135 return (yards per Individual Punt Returns ) (yards per game) Team Total Defense De’Mornay Pierson-El, 17.5 2014 1940 144.3 1964 167.0 202.7 1965 Individual Interceptions 1966 228.0 1989 Reggie Cooper, SS, 0.4 Football 157.6* 1967 1991 Kenny Wilhite, CB, 6 253.3 1969 (shared lead in total interceptions) 202.9 1971 Barron Miles, CB, 0.42 1994 219.2 1972 Josh Bullocks, FS, 0.77 2003 224.1 1975 1976 262.3 yards per game, since 1937) Team Total Offense ( 1979 216.6 347.6 1963 1980 209.1 348.5 1964 1981 240.5 404.0 1965 1984 203.3* 318.8 1966 262.8 1988 415.4 1977 274.1 1989 501.4* 1978 263.5 1990 464.8 1979 1993 307.6 506.9 1980 258.8 1994 1981 437.5 1996 255.4 1982 518.6* 1983 546.7 (yards per game) Team Rushing Defense 427.5 1984 85.6 1940 472.5 1985 99.9 1963 513.3 1989 100.5 1964 444.4 1990 109.2 1965 1991 506.5 1966 99.6 1992 438.2 67.5 1967 556.3 1995 1970 145.0 513.7* 1997 1971 85.9 2000 459.9 1975 137.7 2001 451.2 1978 150.7 2012 460.8 93.1 1979 1980 86.4 Team Rushing Offense (yards per game) 1982 125.5 1940 200.1 1988 127.9 262.6* 1963 1989 111.3 290.0* 1965 143.7 1993 222.4 1966 79.3 1994 378.3* 1980 78.4 1995 394.3* 1982 1996 83.8 401.7* 1983 73.4 1997 311.1 1984 77.1 1999 1985 374.3* 382.3* 1988 375.3* 1989 Team Pass Defense (YPG until 1989, eff. rating since) 340.0 1990 1940 58.8 1991 353.2* 81.8 1946 328.2* 1992 43.8 1955 1993 287.9 66.5 1964 1994 340.0* 1967 90.1* 1995 399.8* 1969 122.9 1996 291.9 117.0 1971 392.6* 1997 106.5 1972 253.8 1998 1973 39.9* 1999 265.9 1975 86.4 2000 349.3* 94.3 1977 314.7* 2001 100.1* 1981 268.7 2002 124.5 1984 247.6 2010 134.8 1988 253.4 2012 1990 92.2 1993 102.3 2001 83.8 Team Passing Offense (yards per game) 2003 88.7 112.3 1948 2009 87.3* 122.0 1964 2010 96.3 154.7 1967 179.3 1971 221.0 1972 152.2 1974 1976 188.0 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 135

136 and waterproofing throughout the stadium. FieldTurf was also Memorial Stadium History introduced at Memorial Stadium in 1999. The renovations Football Nebraska's continuing NCAA record of consecutive home raised the capacity of Memorial Stadium from 72,700 to 7 . sellouts reached 3 61 with seven home sellouts in 201 73,918. Capacity reached above 80,000 for the first time During that time, the historic stadium has gone through in 2006, and now is more than 85,000. many transformations. In 2013, a major renovation on the East side of Memorial Stadium was completed, adding 94 Years In Memorial Stadium s approximately 6,000 new seats. Each new seating area include 3 For the past 9 years, Nebraska football teams have gladly dedicated restrooms and concessions areas. A new grand lobby, 4 -12 called Memorial Stadium home with an impressive 4 - 13 expanded concourse and additional first-aid areas also were ) record posted by the Huskers in their home since 13 (.76 3 added. Fans are greeted by a new grand entrance at Gate 20 it was opened in 1923. complete with a statue of Hall of Fame Coach Bob Devaney. An exciting aspect of the expansion is the Nebraska Athletic Under the Lights Research Facility where cutting-edge imaging technologies Nebraska's first night football game was Nov. 30, 1951, and research to better understand foundations of behavior at Miami's Orange Bowl when the Huskers lost to the Miami that contribute to health, injury and disease from childhood Hurricanes, 19-7. Ironically, NU's first night football home obesity to college performance. game came in the 1986 opener against another team from In 2006, more than 6,500 seats were added to the -35-3 all the "Sunshine State", Florida State. Nebraska is 8 6 stadium's North end, along with a massive HuskerVision screen time under the lights, including 3 -5 at home. 7 and Skyline Suites.The additions sit atop the Osborne Athletic Complex, which houses the Huskers' technologically advanced Memorial Stadium Improvements athletic medicine facility, massive weight room, and football A chronological listing of Memorial Stadium expansion locker room, football offices and administrative offices. The first and improvement from the original 31,000-seat structure phase of the project also provided the Huskers with a second built in 1923: indoor workout facility, the Hawks Championship Center. Completed Schulte Field House (construction began in 1946- In Nebraska's 300th consecutive sellout against Louisiana- 1941, but was interrupted by World War II). Lafayette on Sept. 26, 2009, a then-school-record 86,304 1964- South end zone section installed, making the stadium fans watched the Huskers roll to a 55-0 win. A school-record a horseshoe, raising capacity to 48,000 91,585 fans attended Nebraska's game against Miami in 2014, 1965- Center portion of north end zone section added, raising and NU's average home attendance was a record 91,249. capacity to more than 53,000. NU's streak of consecutive sellouts started on Nov. 3, 1966- Both wings of the north end zone added, raising capacity 1962, when 36,501 attended the Homecoming game against to more than 65,000 and making Memorial Stadium into a bowl. Missouri. The last non-sellout came Oct. 20, 1962, when NU 1967- New press box and guest section added. and Kansas State drew 30,701. Installed new AstroTurf playing surface. 1970- In the fall of 1922, a drive for $430,000 in stadium 1972- South end zone extended, 9,400 seats added, raising construction funds was undertaken by faculty, students, alumni capacity to 73,650. and friends of the University. The quota was over subscribed. Athletic office building completed with dressing and 1973- The stadium was named Memorial Stadium to honor all training facilities for varsity football. Nebraskans who served in the Civil and Spanish-American 1977- Replaced AstroTurf and added new scoreboard over Wars; the 751 Nebraskans who died in World War I; the 3,839 the North Stadium. in World War II; the 225 in Korea; the 422 in Vietnam; and New West Stadium weight room and new visitor's locker 1981- those in Iraq. Construction was completed in a few more than room in the North Field House. 90 working days and Memorial Stadium was dedicated on Expanded North Field House indoor practice area. 1982- Oct. 20, 1923, at the Homecoming game in which Nebraska Artificial All-Pro Turf installed. 1984- was held to a scoreless tie by Kansas. Completed Hewit Center (dining area/study hall) in 1985- Inscribed on the four corners of the stadium are the West Stadium. following words, written by former UNL professor of philosophy Expansion of strength complex and Hewit Center. 1989- Hartley Burr Alexander: New Astroturf-8 artificial turf installed. 1992- Southeast: "In Commendation of the men of Nebraska who Installed Mitsubishi Instant Replay boards and 1994- served and fell in the Nations Wars." completion of Michael Grace production studio (HuskerVision) "Not the victory but the action; Not the goal Southwest: in West Stadium. Remodeled Section 14 for disabled, reduced but the game; In the deed the glory." seating to 72,700. "Courage; Generosity; Fairness; Honor; In these Northwest: 1995- South Stadium training room remodeled and new are the true awards of manly sport." interview room and player lounge completed. "Their Lives they held their countrys trust; They Northeast: Groundbreaking began on a $36-million stadium 1997- kept its faith; They died its heroes." improvement project to take place over a two-year period. East As part of the continuing improvement of athletic facilities concourse was renovated with new restrooms and concessions at the University of Nebraska, several major projects have been and stadium lights were installed on the east side. completed over the past eight decades enhancing the facility. 1998- Stadium was rededicated on April 24, and the football The $1 million Hewit Center dining/study hall area was opened field was named in honor of Hall of Fame Coach Tom Osborne, in March of 1985, underneath the West Stadium adjacent to who retired as the winningest active coach in college football the strength complex. The weight room and the Hewit Center with a 255-49-3 career record. Lights installed on the west side. were expanded and remodeled in 1989. 1999- Stadium Improvement project completed with 42 suites, Before the fall of 1994, NU installed two 17 feet high, club seating, stadium view lounge, new press box and renovated by 23 feet wide replay boards, now known to Nebraska concourses, concessions and restrooms. Seating raised to faithful as HuskerVision screens. In 2006, one of the largest 74,056. FieldTurf installed in August, making NU the first screens in a college venue was unveiled as part of the new Division-I program to use the synthetic surface. construction project. Increased club seating reduces capacity to 73,918. 2000- Following the 1997 season, construction began on a Expanded team meeting room/players' lounge in 2001- $36-million improvement project completed in 1999. The South Stadium. Expanded HuskerVision and Hewit Center project included the Don Bryant Media Facility and 42 in West Stadium. suites, each of which house 25 fans. Club seating rose from Additional lockers added to South locker room to house 2004- approximately 350 to 1,500 per game. The improvement entire football squad during construction of Tom and Nancy project tripled the number of restrooms on both the East and Osborne Athletic Complex on north end of stadium. North West sides of the stadium, doubled the number of concessions Field House torn down in summer 2004. in both East and West concourses and included concrete repair Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 136

137 Replaced FieldTurf, changing subsurface of field. 2005- Memorial Stadium Attendance 2006- Completion of the Osborne Athletic Complex and Hawks Championship Center on North end of Memorial Total Overall Home Home Average Attendance Year Games Record Record Attendance Stadium. Addition of Skyline Suites and seating for disabled 1943 4 1-3 2-6-0 28,872 7,218 in North Stadium and addition of giant HuskerVision screen 5,387 1944 3 2-1 2-6-0 16,161 in North end zone.Tunnel Walk entrance of Huskers moves Football 14,874 1945 5 3-2 4-5-0 74,371 from South end zone to North end zone. Nebraska's football 30,518 1946 4 2-2 3-6-0 122,072 offices, locker room and administrative offices move from 28,482 1947 5 0-5 2-7-0 142,410 South to North Stadium. 1948 5 2-3 2-8-0 171,776 34,355 Addition of two HuskerVision boards on the North 2009- 1949 5 2-3 4-5-0 166,954 33,391 towers and upgrade of all HuskerVision screens to high- 1950 5 4-0-1 6-2-1 178,881 35,776 definition format. 35,889 1951 5 0-5 2-8-0 179,444 1952 5 3-2 5-4-1 183,685 36,737 2010- Addition of Student Life Complex in West Stadium. 34,114 1953 5 2-3 3-6-1 170,568 Expansion of Nebraska football trophy displays in North 35,029 1954 5 3-2 6-5-0* 175,144 Stadium. 34,195 1955 5 2-3 5-5-0 170,975 2011- Work begins on East Stadium Expansion in the spring 1956 6 3-3 4-6-0 197,517 32,920 of 2011. Approximately 6,000 seats will be added along with 1957 5 0-5 1-9-0 157,829 31,566 an athletic research facility. It opened for the 2013 season, 1958 5 3-2 3-7-0 150,795 30,159 raising Memorial Stadium's capacity near 90,000. 1959 6 3-3 4-6-0 182,565 30,428 Replaced FieldTurf at Memorial Stadium and East 2013- 33,329 1960 6 2-4 4-6-0 199,973 Stadium expansion completed. 1961 6 1-4-1 3-6-1 181,934 30,322 Upgraded HuskerVision screen in North end zone, 2017- 33,279 1962 6 5-1 9-2-0* 199,672 1963 6 5-1 10-1-0* 226,036 37,673 doubling its resolution. Wraparound screens are added to the 1964 5 5-0 9-2-0* 232,384 46,477 video boards on the North towers, so fans in North Stadium 1965 6 6-0 10-1-0* 322,255 53,709 can view replays and other exciting content even better. South 1966 5 63,689 5-0 9-2-0* 318,446 tower screens as well as the ribbon boards on East and West 64,186 1967 5 3-2 6-4-0 320,932 Stadium were updated. 67,106 1968 5 2-3 6-4-0 335,532 66,778 1969 6 5-1 9-2-0* 400,668 Nebraska's Top Home Winning Streaks 67,278 6-0 11-0-1* 403,667 1970 6 No. Began Ended Cons. Wins Ended 67,621 1971 7 7-0 13-0-0* 473,346 47 Texas, 16-20 1. 10-19-1991 10-31-1998 1972 6 76,145 5-1 9-2-1* 456,868 76,121 6-0 9-2-1* 456,726 1973 6 2. 9-28-1901 10-20-1906 33 ISU, 2-14 5-2 9-3-0* 534,388 76,341 1974 7 3. 11-27-1998 11-2-2002 26 Texas, 24-27 76,195 7-0 10-2-0* 533,368 1975 7 4. 9-27-1969 11-23-1972 23 Okla., 14-17 75,976 4-2 9-3-1* 455,856 1976 6 5. 10-3-1981 11-17-1984 Okla., 7-17 21 1977 7 5-2 9-3-0* 533,054 76,151 Colo., 16-21 20 6. 10-26-1963 10-21-1967 75,844 1978 6 5-1 9-3-0* 455,064 11-3-1990 7. 9-3-1988 Colo., 12-27 19 6-0 10-2-0* 456,457 76,076 1979 6 1980 7 5-2 10-2-0* 532,326 76,047  Nebraska saw the end of a 47-game home winning streak 1981 6 76,276 5-1 9-3-0* 457,655 in 1998, with a 20-16 loss to Texas. The 47-game streak is 1982 6 6-0 12-1-0* 457,613 76,269 76,334 6-0 12-1-0* 458,005 1983 6 the longest in school history and the fifth-longest in NCAA 1984 6 76,213 5-1 10-2-0* 457,280 history, falling 11 victories shy of Miami's all-time mark of 58 1985 7 6-1 9-3-0* 531,738 75,963 consecutive home victories from 1985 to 1994. The Huskers 5-1 10-2-0* 456,187 1986 6 76,031 followed the Texas loss with 26 straight wins at Memorial 76,158 6-1 10-2-0* 533,107 1987 7 Stadium before a 27-24 win by the Longhorns in 2002. 76,342 6-0 11-2-0* 458,050 1988 6 76,298 1989 7 7-0 10-2-0* 534,089 Nebraska owns a 173-33 record at Memorial Stadium in  76,239 1990 7 6-1 9-3-0* 533,674 the past 28 years (1988-2017), and posted a 56-3 mark 6-1 9-2-1* 533,715 76,245 1991 7 in the 1990s. 76,187 6-0 9-3-0* 457,124 1992 6 1993 7 75,646 7-0 11-1-0* 529,521 1994 6 6-0 13-0-0* 453,421 75,570  Since 1980, Nebraska has posted a 217-40 record at 1995 7 7-0 12-0-0* 529,616 75,659 Memorial Stadium. Included in that stretch are four of the 75,438 6-0 11-2-0* 452,629 1996 6 seven longest home winning streaks in school history – a 75,602 6-0 13-0-0* 453,610 1997 6 47-game streak from 1991 to 1998; a 26-game streak from 1998 7 76,186 6-1 9-4-0* 553,305 1998 to 2002; a 21-game streak from 1981 to 1984; and a 1999 6 77,729 6-0 12-1-0* 466,375 19-game streak from 1988 to 1990. 77,878 6-0 10-2-0* 467,269 2000 6 2001 8 8-0 11-2-0* 622,436 77,804  Nebraska has posted 41 unbeaten and untied home seasons, 6-2 7-7-0* 622,415 2002 8 77,802 including 10 since 1990 and 14 since 1980. NU went 7-0 77,754 6-1 10-3-0* 544,276 2003 7 77,692 2004 6 4-2 5-6-0 466,153 at home in 2016. 77,485 5-2 8-4-0* 542,397 2005 7 6-1 9-5-0* 595,309 2006 7 85,044 Of Nebraska's 40 home losses since 1980, 12 have come  2007 7 4-3 5-7-0 591,506 84,501 against teams that finished the season ranked in the top six 85,070 6-2 9-4-0* 680,564 2008 8 in the Associated Press poll, including two teams that won 5-2 10-4-0* 601,216 2009 7 85,888 the national championship. 85,664 6-1 10-4-0* 599,648 2010 7 2011 7 85,267 6-1 9-4-0* 596,871  Nebraska posted 46 straight winning home seasons from 7-0 10-4-0* 598,617 2012 7 85,517 1969 to 2014. 2013 8 5-3 9-4-0* 727,466 90,933 6-1 9-4-0* 638,744 91,249 2014 7 89,998 2015 7 3-4 6-7* 629,983 90,200 2016 7 7-0 9-4* 631,402 2017 6 2-5 4-8 628,583 89,798 *Bowl game included. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 137

138 Individual Records Memorial Stadium Records ; Roy Helu Jr., vs. Missouri, Most Yards Rushing: 307 Football Team Records Oct. 30, 2010 (28 att., 3 TD) Largest Crowd: 91,585 ; Miami, Sept. 20, 2014 38; Rex Burkhead, vs. Iowa, Most Rushing Attempts: Largest Crowd (Non-Conference): 91,585, Miami, Nov. 25, 2011 (160 yards, 1 TD); Eric Bieniemy, Sept. 20, 2014 Colorado, Nov. 3, 1990 (137 yards, 4 TD) 91,260, Iowa, Nov. 29, 2013 Largest Crowd (Conference): Most Rushing Touchdowns: 4; many times, 8; 2001 Most Home Games Won: most recently, Jorvorskie Lane, Texas A&M, Oct. 20, 2007 Fewest Home Games Won: 0; 1947, 1951, 1957 99 (TD); Gale Sayers, Kansas, Nov. 9, 1963 Longest Run: 5; 1947, 1951, 1957, 2017 Most Home Games Lost: 590; Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, Most Yards Passing: Biggest Victory Margin: 68; 68-0, New Mexico State, Aug. 29, 1998 (68 att., 46 comp.) Sept. 18, 1982 68; Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, Most Pass Attempts: Biggest Victory Margin (Conference): 63; 77-14; Iowa State, Aug. 29, 1998 (46 comp., 590 yards) Nov. 15, 1997 46; Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, Most Pass Completions: Most Points Both Teams (Conference): 105 Aug. 29, 1998 (68 att., 590 yards) (NU 63, Oklahoma State 42, HC), Oct. 15, 1988 Most Passing Touchdowns: 7; Joe Ganz vs. 105 Most Points Both Teams (Non-Conference): Kansas State, Nov. 10, 2007 (40 att.) (NU 77, Arizona State 28), Sept. 16, 1995 Most Interceptions Thrown: 7; Lynn Dickey, Most Points by NU: 77; Arizona St., Sept. 16, 1995; Kansas State, Nov. 14, 1970 (47 att.) Iowa State, Nov. 15, 1997 Most Total-Offense Yards: 568; Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, 77; Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1997 Most Points by NU (Conference): Aug. 29, 1998 (-22 rush, 590 pass) 61; Minnesota (61-7), Oct. 6, 1945 Most Points by an Opponent: Most Total-Offense Attempts: 74; Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, 56; Ohio State Most Points by an Opponent (Conference): Aug. 29, 1998 (6 rush, 68 pass) (56-14), Oct. 14, 2017 405; Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, Most Receiving Yards: 56; Iowa (56-14), Nov. 24, 2017 Aug. 29, 1998 (21 rec., 3 TD) Most Points by Nebraska, Any Quarter: 48; vs. Colorado, 21; Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, Most Receptions: Oct. 22, 1983 Aug. 29, 1998 (405 yards, 3 TD) 63; Arizona St., Most Points by Nebraska, First Half: 3; five times, most recently, Most Touchdown Receptions: Sept. 16, 1995; Iowa St., Nov. 15, 1997 Frantz Hardy vs. Kansas St., Nov. 10, 2007 Most Points by Nebraska, Second Half: 55; Colorado, 98 (TD); Joe Stewart from Longest Touchdown Reception: Oct. 22, 1983 Pete Woods, Missouri, Oct. 23, 1976 Biggest Losing Margin to Opponent: 54; Minnesota (61-7), 341; Ameer Abdullah vs. Rutgers Most All-Purpose Yards: Oct. 6, 1945 Oct. 24, 2014 (25 att.) 48; Biggest Losing Margin to Opponent (Conference): 30; Clete Pillen vs. Oklahoma State, Most Tackles: Oklahoma (48-0), Oct. 22, 1949 Nov. 6, 1976 (14 UT, 16 AT) Most Yards Rushing: 677 (NCAA record); 7; Jim Skow vs. Missouri, Most Tackles for Loss: NU vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 18, 1982 (78 att.) Oct. 19, 1985 (40 yards) 590; Louisiana Tech, Aug. 29, Most Yards Passing: Most Sacks: 4; five times, most recently, 1998 (46 comp., 68 att.) Mike Rucker vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 19, 1996 (24 yards) Most Total-Offense Yards: 883; NU vs. New Mexico St., Most PBU: 7, Ralph Brown vs. Colorado, Nov. 29, 1996 Sept. 18, 1982 (677 rush, 206 pass, 104 att.) Most Interceptions: 3; Dana Stephenson vs. Colorado, 36 (NCAA record); Most First Downs by Rush: Nov. 1, 1969; Joe Blahak vs. Kansas State, NU vs. New Mexico State, Sept. 18, 1982 Nov. 14, 1970; Matt O'Hanlon vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 7, 2009 24; Nebraska vs. Iowa State, Most First Downs by Pass: 98 (TD); Aaron Sam, Longest Interception Return: Oct. 1, 2005 McNeese State vs. Nebraska, Sept. 6, 2014 44; NU vs. Utah State, Sept. 7, 1991 Most Total First Downs: Longest Kickoff Return: 100 (TD); Ameer Abdullah vs. (-45); Fewest Yards Rushing Allowed, Game: Fresno State, Sept. 10, 2010; Tracy Lampley, NU vs. Kansas State, Oct. 16, 1976 (39 att.) Southern Miss, Sept. 1, 2012 0; several times, Fewest Yards Passing Allowed: Longest Punt Return: 95 (TD); Eric Hagg vs. Texas, Oct. 16, 2010 most recently, NU vs. Nicholls St., Sept. 9, 2006 93; Don Birdsey, Kansas State, Nov. 8, 1980 Longest Punt: 31; NU vs. Fewest Total-Offense Yards Allowed: 5; Brian Franco, Penn State, Most Field Goals: South Dakota St., Sept. 21, 1963 (-17 rush, 48 pass) Sept. 26, 1981 (5 att.); Bruce Kallmeyer, Kansas, 11; NU vs. Oregon State, Most Quarterback Sacks: Oct. 31, 1981 (5 att.); Drew Brown, Nebraska vs. Sept. 30, 1989 (89 yards); vs. Maine, Sept. 3, 2005 (69 yards) Southern Miss, Sept. 26, 2015 (7 att.) Kickoff Return Yards: 248; Iowa State, Nov. 15, 1997 (10 returns) Longest Field Goal: 57; Alex Henery, vs. Colorado, Nov. 28, 2008 Punt Return Yards: 205; NU vs. Utah State, Sept. 5, 1987 (6 returns) 8; NU vs. Colorado, Oct. 21, 1967 Turnovers: (4 fumbles lost, 4 interceptions thrown); Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2004 (5 INT, 3 fumbles lost) NU vs. Iowa State, Oct. 24, 2009 (3 INT, 5 fumbles lost) Most Interceptions Thrown: 7; Kansas State, Nov. 14, 1970 Most Penalties: 20 (170 yards); Notre Dame, Oct. 16, 1948 NU Record vs. All Opponents: 415-129-13 (.757) NU Record vs. Conference: 234-80-5 (.741) Longest NU Win Streak: 47; 1991-98 28; 1991-98 Longest NU Win Streak vs. Conference: Unbeaten Home Seasons: 33 Perfect Home Seasons: 27 Consecutive Sellout Crowds: 361; 1962-present L4 Current Nebraska Win Streak: Current NU Regular-Season Conference Win Streak: L4 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 138

139 Huskers' Top 10 Home Crowds Top 10 Average Home Attendance No. Year Games Record Total No. Attend. Opponent Date Average 638,744 91,249 9-4-0 1. 2014 7 1. 91,585 Miami (W, 41-31) 9-20-2014 2. 727,466 90,933 9-4-0 2. 2013 8 91,471 UCLA (L, 21-41) 9-14-2013 631,402 90,200 3. 2016 7 9-4-0 3. 91,441 Florida Atlantic (W, 55-7) 8-30-2014 Football 629,983 89,998 6-7-0 4. 2015 7 91,260 Iowa (L, 17-38) 11-29-2013 4. 5. 2017 7 9-27-2014 91,255 Illinois (W, 45-14) 5. 4-8-0 628,583 89,798 11-22-2014 91,186 Minnesota (L, 24-28) 6. . 2009 7 5 10-4-0 601,216 85,888 6 7. 10-4-0 599,648 85,648 91,185 Wyoming (W, 37-34) 8-31-2013 . 2010 7 10-4-0 598,617 85,517 . 2012 7 11-2-2013 91,140 Northwestern (W, 27-24) 8. 7 8 . 2011 7 9-4-0 11-1-2014 91,107 Purdue (W, 35-14) 596,871 85,267 9. 9 10-25-2014 10. 91,088 Rutgers (W, 42-24) 680,564 85,070 9-4-0 . 2008 8 9-5-0 595,309 85,044 . 2006 7 10 Top Crowd for Non-Conference Opponent 91,585 Miami (W, 41-31) 9-20-2014 10 Largest Crowds To See the Huskers Opponent No. Attend. at Michigan, Nov. 19, 2011 Top 10 Average Overall Attendance 113,718 (All Games) 1. at Michigan, Nov. 9, 2013 2. No. Year Games Record Total Average 112,204 3. 1,096,097 84,315 9-4-0 1. 2013 13 at Penn State, Sept. 14, 2002 110,753 9-4-0 2. 2011 13 1,043,031 80,233 4. at Ohio State, Nov. 5, 2016 108,750 . 2014 13 1,006,253 77,404 107,903 at Penn State, Nov. 12, 2011 . 3 9-4-0 5 918,096 76,508 4-8-0 4. 2017 12 6 . at Ohio State, Oct. 6, 2012 106,102 . 2006 14 5 1,063,622 75,973 9-5-0 7 . at Penn State, Nov. 23, 2012 98,517 93,781 Miami (Rose Bowl), Jan. 3, 2002 . 6 . 2008 13 9-4-0 983,745 75,673 8 . 7 92,000 . 2010 14 10-4-0 1,057,435 75,531 9 Stanford (Rose Bowl), Jan. 1, 1941 at USC, Sept. 16, 2006 9-4-0 979,337 75,333 92,000 8. 2016 13 5-7-0 . 2007 12 9 883,319 73,610 10-4-0 1,010,137 72,153 10 . 2009 14 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 139

140 10/15/1938 Lincoln / 0-0 T Series Records vs. Big Ten / Bloomington 9/30/1939 7-7 T Football Illinois Series 10/12/1940 Lincoln 13-7 W / Next Scheduled Meeting: , 201 10 . Nov in Lincoln 8 10/18/1941 Lincoln 15/ L 13-21 1 Games: 5 0-12 10/10/1942 Lincoln L / 3 -1 Standing : Nebraska leads, 11 - 13-54 L / 10/9/1943 Lincoln At Lincoln: -1-0 8 Nebraska leads, 10/14/1944 Bloomington /19t 0-54 L -1-0 At Memorial Stadium: Nebraska leads, 4 /8 10/13/1945 Bloomington 14-54 L At Champaign: -1 2 - 3 , Nebraska leads L 10/26/1946 Lincoln 7-27 / ) ( s game two Current win streak (start): , Nebraska 2016 0-17 9/27/1947 Lincoln / L / T 9/30/1950 Lincoln 20-20 Rank 10/20/1956 Lincoln / L 14-19 Site Result Score NU/ILL Date L 10/17/1959 Lincoln / 7-23 6-0 W / 10/24/1892 Lincoln W 9/20/1975 Lincoln 6/ 45-0 W / 16-0 11/26/1903 Lincoln 9/18/1976 Bloomington 45-13 8/ W 11/24/1904 Lincoln 16-10 W / 11/ W Lincoln 31-13 10/1/1977 / W 24-6 11/30/1905 Lincoln 12/ Bloomington 9/30/1978 W 69-17 / 7-24 L 10/6/1923 Champaign 27-22 10/15/2016 Bloomington 10/ W 10/4/1924 Lincoln L 6-9 / Champaign 10/3/1925 W 14-0 / Series scoring Total Average / Champaign 21-21 T 9/26/1953 . 345 3 1 7 Nebraska 9/21/1985 Lincoln 18/ W 52-25 5 89 3 Indiana 19. 9/20/1986 Champaign 6/ W 59-14 39-19 / W 10/5/2013 Lincoln Highest NU score: 69 in 1978 (69-17) 45-14 W 21/ 9/27/2014 Lincoln 52 in 1978 (69-17) Widest NU margin: L / 10/3/2015 Champaign 13-14 (54-13) (54-0) 54 in 1943 , and Highest IND score: , 1944 Lincoln 10/1/2016 15/ W 31-16 (54-14) 1945 9/29/2017 Champaign / W 28-6 Widest IND margin: 54 in 1944 (54-0) Series scoring Total Average ) Highest-scoring game: 86 in 1978 (NU 69-17 Nebraska 3 77 5.1 2 1938 Scoreless tie: 1.8 1 78 1 Illinois Longest NU win streak: games, 1975-present five Longest IND win streak: seven games, 1941-47 59 in 1986 (59-14) Highest NU score: Longest IND unbeaten streak: 10 games, 1941-59 45 in 1986 (59-14) Widest NU margin: NU 3 (1975), IND 4 (1947) Shutouts by (last time): Highest ILL score: 25 in 1985 (52-25) Widest ILL margin: 17 in 1923 (24-7) Series Notes: for Indiana and Nebraska met as Big Ten foes 77 in 1985 (NU 52, ILL 25) Highest-scoring game: in the Huskers’ first the first time in 2016, after not playing 6 in 1892 (NU 6, ILL 0) Lowest-scoring game: fi ve seasons in the conference. NU defeated the Hoosiers in Longest NU win streak: four games, twice The Huskers and the Hoosiers Bloomington, 27-22, in 2016. Longest ILL win streak: two games, 1923-24 are not scheduled to meet again until the 2019 season. When Shutouts by (last time): NU 3 (1925), ILL none Nebraska joined the Big Ten, the two schools were originally the schedule scheduled to meet for the first time in 2015, but Series Notes: Nebraska and Illinois are scheduled to meet with the East-West division setup and subsequent changed in Lincoln in 2018. The Huskers extended their current straight five scheduling changes. The Huskers have won win streak in the series to two in 2017, as NU defeated , with the current winning streak getting games in the series the Illini on a Friday night in Champaign, 28-6. In 2016, our of those meetings came under Coach F . started in 1975 Nebraska rallied to defeat Illinois, 31-16, as NU embarked Tom Osborne, and the Huskers posted a combined margin on an 18-play, 75-yard fourth-quarter touchdown drive that of 190-43. Those victories snapped a 10-game NU winless , a 14-13 Illini took 10:42 off the clock. Th e 2015 meeting streak in the series that dated back to a 13-7 win over Indiana ed mark victory, Nebraska’s first visit to Illinois since a victory at Memorial Stadium in 1940. Fourteen of the 19 games in in Champaign in 1986, and NU’s first trip to Illinois for a Big the series have been played in Lincoln, as the Hoosiers have the first two meetings won Ten Conference game. Nebraska made more visits to Memorial Stadium than any other Big as Big Ten foes, winning 39-19 in 2013 and 45-14 in 2014, Ten team. They have also enjoyed more success, posting a with both games in Lincoln. One of the more memorable wins 7-5-2 record in their trips to Nebraska. In fact, from 1940 to in the first half-century of Nebraska football was a 14-0 victory 1959, Indiana went 7-0-1 at Memorial Stadium. over Red Grange and the Illini on Oct. 3, 1925. It was the only time in Grange’s career that he was held scoreless in a Iowa Series home game. NU’s second-ever meeting with a Big Ten school 23 . Next Scheduled Meeting: Iowa City Nov in 8 , 201 came against Illinois with a 6-0 victory on Oct. 24, 1892. 4 Games: 8 NU opened the series with four straight wins in Lincoln from Standing: Nebraska leads, 29-1 6 -3 1892 to 1905. Illinois has never been ranked at game time Nebraska leads, 14- At Lincoln: -1 5 in 1 meetings with NU. 5 Nebraska leads, 11- At Memorial Stadium: -0 4 At Iowa City: Nebraska leads, 10- 7 -0 Indiana Series At Neutral Sites: 4-4-2 (Omaha 3-3-2, Council Bluffs 1-1-0) Lincoln Next Scheduled Meeting: Oct . 26 , 201 9 in ) (201 s game three 5 , Iowa Current win streak (start): Games: 20 -3 Indiana leads, 9- 8 Standing: Rank Indiana leads, 7-5-2 At Lincoln: Site Date NU/IOWA Result Score At Memorial Stadium: Indiana leads, 7-5-2 0-22 11/26/1891 Omaha / L Nebraska leads At Bloomington: -2- 3 1 , 10-10 T / Omaha 11/24/1892 Current win streak (start): games (1975) five Nebraska, Omaha 11/30/1893 20-18 W / / 36-0 W Omaha 11/29/1894 Rank Omaha 11/28/1895 / W 6-0 Result Score NU/IND Site Date 0-0 Omaha T / 11/26/1896 / 13-9 W 10/17/1936 Lincoln L / 0-6 11/28/1896 Omaha 10/30/1937 Lincoln 11/ W 7-0 / 6-0 Council Bluffs W 11/25/1897 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 140

141 / ranked at game time in each of the previous eight meetings Council Bluffs 11/24/1898 5-6 L / 0-30 L 11/4/1899 Omaha before 2013. The Huskers were 7-1 in those contests, suffering 17-6 W / Iowa City 10/31/1903 a 10-7 defeat to the Hawkeyes on Sept. 12, 1981. Nebraska 11/5/1904 Lincoln / held the Hawkeyes to 13 or fewer points in seven straight 17-6 W W 11-8 10/31/1908 4 -1 all-time / matchups from 1980 through 2012. NU is 14- Iowa City T 6-6 at Memorial Stadium. 10/23/1909 3 against Iowa in Lincoln, including 11- Lincoln / Football 12-0 W / Lincoln 11/22/1913 The first true home game in the series was played at Iowa City 16-7 11/21/1914 Iowa City / on Oct. 31, 1903, with Nebraska coming away with a 17-6 W 11/20/1915 win. The previous 10 meetings had come on neutral fields in 52-7 W / Lincoln W 11/26/1916 34-17 the Omaha/Council Bluffs area with the two teams battling to / Iowa City 10/13/1917 a 4-4-2 deadlock. 47-0 W / Lincoln Prior to the 2015 season, when Iowa was never been ranked at game 10/5/1918 Lincoln / L 0-12 ranked No. 3, the Hawkeyes had Iowa City / L 0-18 10/4/1919 . in the first 45 meetings time with the Huskers L / 7-12 11/22/1930 Iowa City W 7-0 / Lincoln 11/7/1931 Maryland Series 14-13 11/5/1932 / W Iowa City in 9 College Park , 201 3 . 2 Nov Next Scheduled Meeting: Lincoln / W 7-6 11/25/1933 1 Games: 14-13 W / Lincoln 10/13/1934 Standing : Nebraska leads, 1 - 0-0 Lincoln 11/ W 28-0 11/20/1937 1 - 0 Nebraska leads, -0 At Lincoln: 11/19/1938 W 14-0 Iowa City / -0 - 1 Nebraska leads, At Memorial Stadium: 0 14-6 11/9/1940 Lincoln 12/ W : Never met At College Park W 11/22/1941 Lincoln / 14-13 ) Current win streak (start): Nebraska , one game ( 2016 L / Iowa City 9/26/1942 0-27 L 11/20/1943 Lincoln / 13-33 Rank 11/4/1944 Iowa City L 6-27 / Date Site Result Score MD NU/ 13-6 11/24/1945 Lincoln / W 2016 Lincoln 19 / 1 28 1 7 - / 19 / W L 10/12/1946 Iowa City / 7-21 Iowa City 7/ W 24-21 9/22/1979 Average Total Series scoring 9/20/1980 Lincoln 6/ W 57-0 28 Nebraska 28 9/12/1981 7-10 L 7/ Iowa City 7 7 Maryland 9/11/1982 Lincoln W 3/ 42-7 5/ Iowa City 9/4/1999 W 42-7 ( 2016 in 7 28 ) 28 Highest NU score: - 9/23/2000 1/ W 42-13 Lincoln 7 - ) ( 2016 in 21 Widest NU margin: 28 Lincoln 21/ W 20-7 11/25/2011 score: ) 7 - 28 ( 2016 in 7 MD Highest W 11/23/2012 13-7 17/ Iowa City Never won Widest margin: MD L 11/29/2013 Lincoln / 17-38 in 35 Highest-scoring game: MD , 7 ) 28 2016 (NU Iowa City 11/28/2014 / W 37-34 (ot) ) 7 35 in 2016 Lowest-scoring game: MD , 28 (NU 11/27/2015 Lincoln L 20-28 /3 one game, Longest NU win streak: 2016-present L 10-40 11/25/2016 Iowa City 17/ MD Longest Never won win streak: 11/24/2017 Lincoln / L 14-56 NU none, MD none Shutouts by (last time): Average Total Series scoring Maryland joined the Big Ten in 2014, but did Series Notes: 16. Nebraska 7 98 6 not face the Huskers for the first time on the gridiron until 9 . 2 1 617 Iowa 2016, when Nebraska defeated the Terps, 28-7. The two teams are scheduled to meet again in 2019. 57 in 1980 Highest NU score: Widest NU margin : 57 in 1980 (57-0) Michigan Series 56 7 ( 14 Highest Iowa score: in 201 ) 56 - Next Scheduled Meeting: Sept. 22, 2018 in Ann Arbor in 2017 (14-56 ) 42 Widest Iowa margin: Games: 9 71 in 2014 (NU 37, IOWA 34) Highest-scoring game: Standing: Series tied, 4-4-1 Scoreless tie: 1896 At Lincoln: Nebraska leads, 1-0-1 Longest NU win streak: eight games, 1931-41 At Memorial Stadium : Nebraska leads, 1-0-0 , Longest Iowa win streak: three games, 1918-30 , 1942-44 Michigan leads, 3-2-0 At Ann Arbor: 2015-present At Neutral Sites: Series tied, 1-1-0 NU 10 (1980), Iowa 7 (1942) Shutouts by (last time): Current win streak (start): Nebraska, two games (2012-13) Nebraska and Iowa began the Heroes Game Series Notes: Rank tradition, with the first meeting as Big Ten opponents in Site Result Score NU/MICH Date The Hawkeyes have won the last three games in the 2011. Ann Arbor 10/21/1905 0-31 L / series, including a 56-14 win in Lincoln 2017. Iowa has won Lincoln 11/25/1911 / 6-6 T the last three games in Lincoln, including a 28-20 victory in 10/27/1917 / L 0-20 Ann Arbor 2015, securing the West Division title. In 2014, Nebraska W 25-13 9/29/1962 Ann Arbor / rallied from a 17-point second-half deficit, tying the largest 7/5 L Tempe* 1/1/1986 23-27 y, as t he Huskers prevailed road comeback in school histor 32-28 W /20 San Antonio** 12/28/2005 37-34 in overtime. Nebraska won the first two games as Big 17/20 L Ann Arbor 11/19/2011 17-45 Ten foes, winning 20-7 in Lincoln in 2011 and 13-7 at Iowa W 23-9 /20 10/27/2012 Lincoln City in 2012. The Hawkeyes ended NU’s five-game winning 11/9/2013 17-13 W / Ann Arbor streak in the series with a 38-17 win at Memorial Stadium *Fiesta Bowl; **Alamo Bowl in 2013, the most points Iowa has scored in 45 meetings with the Huskers. The teams have met on the day after Average Series scoring Total six seasons, and are scheduled to do Thanksgiving the past Nebraska 15.9 143 so through at least 2019. Nebraska has played on the Friday Michigan 192 21.3 6 after Thanksgiving each of the past 2 years. No. 1 Nebraska rolled to a 42-13 win at Memorial Stadium in 2000 in the 32 in 2005 Highest NU score: final non-conference meeting, a year after the No. 5 Huskers Widest NU margin: 14 (23-9) in 2012 cruised to a 42-7 victory in Iowa City in 1999. NU had been 31 in 1905 Highest MICH score: Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 141

142 31 (31-0) in 1905 Widest MICH margin: three points in consecutive meetings in 2003 and 2011. NU’s MICH 28) Highest-scoring game: 60 in 2005 (NU 32, win over No. 9 Michigan State in 2011 marked the second Football 12 in 1911 (NU 6, MICH 6) Lowest-scoring game: straight year the Huskers defeated a top-10 team in Lincoln. two games, 2012-13 Longest NU win streak: Second-ranked Nebraska posted a 50-10 victory at Michigan Longest MICH win streak: one game, 1905, 1917, 1986, 2011 State in 1995, in the Huskers’ first trip to East Lansing. NU none, MICH 2 (1917) Shutouts by (last time): Minnesota Series will face each other for Nebraska and Michigan Series Notes: Oct Next Scheduled Meeting: Lincoln in 8 , 201 20 . . The Huskers won back- the first time in five seasons in 2018 8 Games: 5 to-back games in 2012 and 2013, giving NU the first winning 4 -2 Standing: Minnesota leads, 3 2 -2 streak in the nine-game series between the schools. Nebraska 1 -9 1 Nebraska leads, At Lincoln: allowed just one Michigan touchdown in winning the past two At Memorial Stadium: Nebraska leads, 10 -8 meetings. The 2012 game in Lincoln was Michigan’s first Minnesota leads, 2 2 -1 3 -2 At Minneapolis: trip to Lincoln in 101 years and the first-ever game between Minnesota leads, 1-0 At Neutral Sites: the schools at Memorial Stadium. Michigan’s only other trip game (201 Minnesota , one 6 ) Current win streak (start): to Lincoln came on Nov. 25, 1911, when the teams battled to a 6-6 tie. The 2011 game was the first regular-season Rank meeting between the two teams since first-year Nebraska Result Score NU/UM Site Date head coach Bob Devaney led the Cornhuskers to a 25-13 11/29/1900 L 12-20 / Lincoln victory over the Wolverines in Ann Arbor on Sept. 29, 1962. L 0-19 10/12/1901 Minneapolis / Between 1962 and 2011, the two traditional powerhouses 6-0 10/18/1902 Minneapolis / W split a pair of bowl matchups, with No. 5 Michigan defeating L 12-16 / 10/29/1904 Minneapolis No. 7 Nebraska, 27-23, on Jan. 1, 1986, in the Fiesta Bowl L 0-35 / 11/18/1905 Minneapolis following the 1985 regular season. The Huskers knocked off 11/3/1906 Minneapolis / L 0-13 No. 20 Michigan, 32-28, in the largest bowl comeback in 5-8 10/19/1907 Minneapolis / L NU history in the 2005 Alamo Bowl. Minneapolis 10/17/1908 / T 0-0 L / 10/16/1909 Omaha 0-14 Michigan State Series 0-27 / L 10/15/1910 Minneapolis 8 . Nov Next Scheduled Meeting: , 201 Lincoln in 17 3-21 / 10/21/1911 Minneapolis L Games: 10 L 0-13 10/19/1912 Minneapolis / 8 Nebraska leads, Standing: -2-0 W 7-0 / 10/18/1913 Lincoln 5 At Lincoln: Nebraska leads, -1-0 Minneapolis 6-6 T / 10/18/1919 At Memorial Stadium: Nebraska leads, 3 -1-0 6-7 / 10/15/1932 Minneapolis L At East Lansing: Nebraska leads, 2-1-0 / 10/3/1934 Minneapolis 0-20 L At Neutral Sites: Nebraska leads, 1-0-0 L 7-12 10/12/1935 Lincoln / Nebraska Current win streak (start): , one ) 5 game (201 0-7 10/10/1936 Minneapolis / L 10/2/1937 Lincoln 14-9 W / Rank 7-16 / 10/1/1938 Minneapolis L Result Score Date Site NU/MSU 10/7/1939 6-0 Lincoln / W W / Lincoln 10/24/1914 24-0 L / 10/5/1940 Minneapolis 7-13 35-7 W / 11/20/1920 Lincoln 11/8/1941 Minneapolis /2 0-9 L 9/9/1995 2/ 50-10 W East Lansing 2-15 L /14 10/17/1942 Lincoln 9/7/1996 1/ Lincoln W 55-14 10/2/1943 Minneapolis / L 0-54 12/29/2003 17-3 W 22/ San Antonio* 9/30/1944 Minneapolis / L 0-39 24-3 10/29/2011 Lincoln 13/9 W 10/6/1945 Lincoln / L 7-61 W 11/3/2012 East Lansing 21/ 28-24 6-33 / 9/28/1946 Minneapolis L /14 L 28-41 11/16/2013 Lincoln / L 13-28 10/4/1947 Lincoln 22-27 L 19/10 10/4/2014 East Lansing L / 10/2/1948 Minneapolis 13-39 39-38 11/7/2015 W /6 Lincoln 6-28 L 10/1/1949 Lincoln / *Alamo Bowl W 10/7/1950 Minneapolis 32-26 / 20-39 L 10/20/1951 Minneapolis / Series scoring Average Total / 11/15/1952 Lincoln L 7-13 Nebraska 322 3 2.2 / 9/25/1954 Minneapolis 7-19 L Michigan State 167 6.7 1 / 9/26/1959 Minneapolis 32-12 W 9/24/1960 Lincoln 14-26 L 12/ Highest NU score: 55 in 1996 9/28/1963 14-7 W / Minneapolis 41 in 19 96 (55-14) Widest NU margin: / Minneapolis W 26-21 9/26/1964 Highest MSU score: 41 in 2013 (28-41) 7-0 W 7/ Lincoln 9/30/1967 Widest MSU margin: 13 in 2013 (28-41) W 9/28/1968 9/17 Minneapolis 17-14 in 77 Highest-scoring game: 2015 / W Minneapolis 10/4/1969 42-14 Longest NU win streak: Seven games, 1914-2012 35-10 W 6/ Minneapolis 10/3/1970 Two games, 2013-14 Longest MSU win streak: W 1/ Lincoln 9/18/1971 35-7 Shutouts by (last time): NU 1 (1914), MSU none 49-0 3/30/1972 Lincoln 7/ W Minneapolis 10/6/1973 48-7 W 2/ Series Notes: Nebraska snapped a two-game losing streak to 54-0 10/5/1974 6/ W Lincoln the M SU in 2015 with a thrilling 39-38 win over the No. 1/ 9/171983 Minneapolis 84-13 W 6 Spartans in Lincoln. Nebraska scored two touchdowns 38-7 9/15/1984 Lincoln 1/ W in the final 1:47 of the game to rally from a 38-26 deficit . 48-0 W 3/ Minneapolis 9/23/1989 Nebraska trailed by 24 points heading into the fourth quarter 9/22/1990 Lincoln 8/ W 56-0 in 2014, but a furious rally gave NU a chance to win before 10/22/2011 Minneapolis 13/ 41-14 W the Spartans held on. The schools were in the same division 11/17/2012 Lincoln 16/ W 38-14 from 2011 to 2013, but now are in opposite divisions of the 23-34 L 10/26/2013 Minneapolis / NU Big Ten. The next meeting between and MSU is durinjg 24-28 11/22/2014 Lincoln 21/ L the 2018 season in Lincoln . The Spartans were held to 14 10/17/2015 Minneapolis / W 48-25 or fewer points in each of the first six meetings, including 11/12/2016 Lincoln 21/ W 24-17 L 11/11/2017 Minneapolis / 21-54 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 142

143 Series scoring Total Average Rank 9 17.1 Date Site NU/NW Result Score 93 Nebraska / 17.0 12-0 W Lincoln 11/27/1902 86 9 Minnesota / L 10/3/1931 Evanston 7-19 84 in 1983 49-7 W 10/ Lincoln 9/28/1974 Highest NU score: 12/30/2000 San Antonio* Widest NU margin: 71 (84-13) in 1983 66-17 W 9/18 Football 9/ 25-28 61 in 1945 (61-7) Highest UM score: 11/5/2011 Lincoln L 54 (61-7) in 1945 Widest UM margin: 10/20/2012 Evanston / W 29-28 Highest-scoring game: 97 in 1983 (NU 84, UM 13) W 11/2/2013 Lincoln / 27-24 1908 Scoreless tie: 10/18/2014 Evanston 19/ W 38-17 L 16 games, 1963-2012 10/24/2015 Lincoln 28-30 Longest NU win streak: / 9/24/2016 W Evanston 24-13 10 games, 1940-49 Longest UM win streak: 20/ 11/4/2017 L 24-31 (OT) / Lincoln Shutouts by (last time): NU 9 (1990), UM 12 (1944) *Alamo Bowl Series Notes: Nebraska has played Minnesota more than any other Big Ten opponent, as the series has featured 58 games Total Series scoring Average all-time, and the two teams are scheduled to play every 1.5 3 Nebraska 347 Northwestern 9.4 1 214 season as Big Ten West division opponents. Minnesota owns the latest victory in the series, a 54-21 win in Minneapolis. (66-17) 66 in 2000 Highest NU score: Nebraska snapped M innesota ’s two-game winning streak in victory in Minneapolis, and the Huskers 49 in 2000 (66-17) Widest NU margin: 2015 with a 48-25 28 in 2011 (28-25), 2012 (28-29) Highest NW score: won the next season in Lincoln, 24-17. Minnesota’s victory 12 in 1931 (19-7) in 2014 was its first win in Lincoln since 1960. The Gophers Widest NW margin: 83 in 2000 (NU 66, NW 17) Highest-scoring game: ended Nebraska’s 16-game win streak in the series with a 12 (NU 12, NW 0, in 1902) Lowest-scoring game: 2013 victory in Minneapolis. The Gopher win ended a streak that dated back to the 1963 season, and included lopsided Longest NU win streak: 3 games, twice (2012-14) Shutouts by (last time): NU wins in the first two meetings as Big Ten opponents. The NU 1 (1902) Huskers won 41-14 in Minneapolis in 2011 and 38-14 in Nebraska and Northwestern will continue to Lincoln in 2012. In the 2011 win, Nebraska scored the first Series Notes: meet each season as members of the Big Ten West Division. 34 points, giving Nebraska 145 consecutive points against the Northwestern prevailed, 31-24, in overtime in the last meeting Gophers in three consecutive meetings. Before joining the Big in 2017, coming back from a deficit after three quarters in Ten, Minnesota was Nebraska’s most frequent opponent from Lincoln. In 2016, Nebraska took down Northwestern, 24- the conference. NU posted back-to-back shutouts in the final 13, as Tommy Armstrong Jr. rushed for a career-high 132 two meetings in non-league games (1989, 1990), winning by a combined margin of 104-0. Although Nebraska put together yards. In 2015 the Wildcats snapped Nebraska’s three-game a 16-game win streak, Minnesota leads the all-time series, winning streak in the series with a 30-28 win in Lincoln. 31-2 -2. The first 14 of the wins in the Nebraska 16-game 3 The Huskers had a chance to tie the game late, but a failed streak came under Hall of Fame coaches Bob Devaney and Tom two-point conversion resulted in NU’s fifth loss of the season Osborne by a combined score of 553-100. NU was 8-0 against In 2014, the Huskers won the third by five or fewer points. straight matchup, outscoring the Wildcats 24-0 after halftime the Gophers under Devaney (225-73) and 6-0 under Osborne (328-27). Nebraska posted five shutouts in the winning streak. to post a 38-17 victory. The first three meetings as Big Ten Nebraska defeated the Gophers for eight consecutive seasons opponents (2011-13) provided Nebraska’s closest game each season (3, 1 and 3 points). Nebraska rallied from fourth- from 1967 to 1974, including NU national championship seasons in 1970 (35-10 at Minneapolis) and 1971 (35-7 quarter deficits in both 2012 and 2013, including winning in Lincoln). Minnesota’s 1960 national championship team on a Hail Mary pass at Memorial Stadium in 2013. The Hail Mary game-winning TD was the first such play in Nebraska posted a 26-14 win over Bill Jennings’ Huskers in Lincoln in history. Nebraska won 29-28 at Evanston in 2012, rallying the Gophers’ previous victory in the series. The Gophers also beat the Huskers on their way to AP national titles in 1936 from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit. The comeback tied the largest fourth-quarter comeback in Nebraska history. (7-0, Minneapolis), 1940 (13-7, Minneapolis) and 1941 Northwestern upset No. 9 Nebraska, 28-25, in Lincoln in (9-0, Minneapolis). Minnesota has never played Nebraska 2011 in the first meeting as Big Ten opponents. The Huskers as the nation’s No. 1 team, while the Huskers have entered the game with Minnesota as the AP No. 1 on three occasions defeated Northwestern 66-17 in the 2000 Alamo Bowl. The game marked the highest point total by the Huskers in a bowl (1971, 1983, 1984). In 1968, both teams were ranked at game. Nebraska’s Dan Alexander rushed for 240 yards and game time (NU 9, UM 17) for the only time in series history. two touchdowns to establish the Husker bowl game rushing Nebraska’s 84 points against Minnesota in 1983 are the most record. scored by the Huskers during the modern era (since WW II). Nebraska has been ranked in the AP top 10 in three The 1983 offense racked up 790 total offensive yards - the even meetings. Nebraska won the first meeting of the last s in series history, 12-0, in Lincoln on Nov. 27, 1902–the only third-highest total in school history, including 595 rushing shutout in series history. Northwestern posted a 19-7 victory yards. In the first 37 games in the series, which dates to 1900, in the first meeting between the two schools in Evanston on Minnesota posted a 29-6-2 record and shut out the Huskers 12 times. The Gophers’ last shutout came in 1941, which Oct. 3, 1931. marked the second victory in a 10-game winning streak by Minnesota. NU is 1 1 -9 all-time against Minnesota in Lincoln, Ohio State Series including 10 -8 at Memorial Stadium. . 3 Next Scheduled Meeting: Columbus Nov in 8 , 201 6 Games: Standing: Ohio State leads, 5 -1 Northwestern Series Oct , 1- Tied At Lincoln: Next Scheduled Meeting: 1 Evanston in 8 , 201 13 . 1 At Memorial Stadium: Games: 11 Tied , 1- -0 Nebraska leads, Standing: 4 At Columbus: Ohio State leads, -0 4 - 7 s -0 three : Ohio State, Current win streak (start) 3 , 3- Tied game At Lincoln: (2012) At Memorial Stadium: Northwestern 3-2 -0 leads, Rank 3 At Evanston: Nebraska leads, -1-0 NU/ Nebraska leads, 1-0-0 At Neutral Site: Date Site OSU Result Score Northwestern : Current win streak (start) ) game (201 one 7 , 9/24/1955 Columbus /6 L 20-28 9/29/1956 Columbus /8 L 7-34 W 14/ 10/8/2011 Lincoln 34-27 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 143

144 NU and Penn State met as protected division Series Notes: L 10/6/2012 Columbus 21/12 38-63 and met for the first time cross-over foes from 2011 to 2013, 3-62 L 10/6 11/5/2016 Columbus Football 2017 with the current East-West division setup. since then in /9 10/14/2017 Lincoln L 14-56 won the first three meetings as Big Ten foes , before Nebraska Penn State defeated the Huskers, 56-44, in State College in Total Average Series scoring 2017. Nebraska improved to 7-1 all-time in overtime games 19 Nebraska 116 3 . with its 2013 win in Happy Valley. The Huskers trailed 20-6 Ohio State 270 45.0 at halftime in 2012, before outscoring PSU 26-3 in the second half, including 12-0 in the fourth quarter of a 32-23 38 in 2012 Highest NU score: victory. NU’s 17-14 win at Penn State in 2011 came in the Widest NU margin: 7 in 2011 (34-27) first game in 46 seasons without Joe Paterno as the Nittany : 63 in 2012 Highest OSU score Lions’ head coach. Both teams entered the game nationally 59 2016 ) in Widest OSU margin: 3 - 62 ( ranked in five straight meetings between 1979 and 1983, Highest-scoring game: 101 in 2012 ( OSU 63, NU 38) with NU winning three of the five games. In 1979, No. 6 Longest NU win streak: One game, 2011 Nebraska rolled to a 42-17 win over No. 18 Penn State at 2012-present Longest OSU win streak: Three games, Memorial Stadium. The following season, the No. 3 Huskers produced their first victory at Beaver Stadium with a 21-7 Nebraska played host to Ohio State in its first-ever Series Notes: victory over the No. 18 Nittany Lions. In 1981, No. 3 PSU Big Ten home game on Oct. 8, 2011. Nebraska rallied from a avenged the loss with a 30-24 victory at Memorial Stadium. contest 27-6 deficit for a 34-27 victory in , marking the 2011 The next season in Happy Valley, No. 2 Nebraska dropped a the largest comeback in school history. Nebraska traveled to 27-24 decision to a Nittany Lion team that went on to win Columbus in 2012, the first meeting in Ohio Stadium in 56 the national title. In 1983, No. 1 NU opened the season with Ohio State posted its largest margin of victory in the years. a 44-6 victory over No. 4 Penn State in the Kickoff Classic series with a 62-3 win over the Huskers in 2016. OSU also in East Rutherford, N.J. Penn State won four of the first five teams are scheduled defeated the Huskers 56-14 in 2017. The meetings in the series, including a pair of shutouts in State The Buckeyes won to meet in each of the next four seasons. College in 1920 and 1952. NU claimed its first win with a the first two games in the series, a pair of meetings in the 19-0 shutout at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 21, 1950. mid-1950s in Columbus, Ohio. In the first meeting, the No. 6 Buckeyes worked their way to a 28-20 victory over a Bill Glassford-coached Cornhusker club. In the 1956 meeting, Purdue Series Michigan grad Pete Elliott led his only Nebraska team to Ohio . 29 Lincoln in Next Scheduled Meeting: , 201 Sept 8 State in a 34-7 loss to the No. 8 Buckeyes. 6 Games: Nebraska leads, 4-2-0 Standing: At Lincoln: 2 -0-0 Nebraska leads, Penn State Series Nebraska leads, -0-0 2 At Memorial Stadium: 20 Next Scheduled Meeting: Lincoln Nov. 7 , 20 in 2-2 , -0 Tied West Lafayette: At 1 7 Games: Nebraska , two game s ( 2016 ) Current win streak (start): Standing: Nebraska leads, 9- 8 7 At Lincoln: Nebraska leads, 5-2 Rank At Memorial Stadium: Nebraska leads, 5-2 NU/ Date Site Result Score PUR 6 At State College: Penn State leads, -3 / L 0-28 West Lafayette 9/27/1958 Neutral Sites: Nebraska leads 1-0 At / 10/12/2013 West Lafayette W 44-7 ) game (20 Current win streak (start): Penn State , one 17 11/1/2014 Lincoln 17/ W 35-14 L West Lafayette / 10/31/2015 45-55 Rank 10/22/2016 Lincoln 8/ W 27-14 NU/PSU Result Score Date Site 25-24 West Lafayette / W 10/28/2017 0-20 / L 11/6/1920 State College 7-22 / State College 10/15/1949 L Total Average Series scoring / W 19-0 10/21/1950 Lincoln 149 24.8 Nebraska L 7-15 / 10/13/1951 Lincoln Purdue 142 23.6 L /19 State College 10/18/1952 0-10 9/20/1958 Lincoln / W 14-7 45 in 2015 (45-55) Highest NU score: 9/29/1979 6/18 W 42-17 Lincoln Widest NU margin: 37 in 2013 (44-7) W 9/27/1980 21-7 State College 3/11 Highest PUR score: 55 in 2015 (55-45) 15/3 L 24-30 9/26/1981 Lincoln Widest PUR margin : 28 in 1958 (28-0) L 24-27 9/25/1982 State College 2/8 100 in 2015 (Purdue 55-45) Highest-scoring game: 8/29/1983 E. Rutherford* 1/4 W 44-6 none, Purdue 1 (1958) Shutouts by (last time): NU State College 9/14/2002 7-40 L 8/ W 18/ Lincoln 9/13/2003 18-10 Nebraska regained control of the series with a Series Notes: State College 19/12 W 17-14 11/12/2011 27-14 win over the Boilermakers in Lincoln in 2016, before 32-23 11/10/2012 Lincoln 18/ W tying a school record for largest fourth-quarter comeback in 11/23/2013 State College / W 23-20 ( OT ) the 2017 edition. Nebraska trailed early in the fourth quarter, State College /13 L 44-56 11/18/2017 24-12, before rallying for a 25-24 victory capped by a Stanley *Kickoff Classic Morgan Jr. touchdown reception with 14 seconds left. Playing without its starting quarterback on the road in 2015, the Average Total Series scoring Huskers turned the ball over five times and lost 55-45, Purdue’s 2 . 20 343 Nebraska first victory in the series since 1958. Nebraska and Purdue . 19 324 Penn State 1 met for the first time in Lincoln in 2014, with the Huskers posting a 21-point victory. Prior to their first meeting as Big Highest NU score: 44 in 1983 (44-6) and 2017 (44-56) Ten foes in 2013, the schools had not met since 1958, when Widest NU margin: 38 in 1983 (44-6) the Boilermakers shut out NU, 28-0, in West Lafayette. The 17 56-44 ) 56 Highest PSU score: ( in 20 schools are now scheduled to play every season as members 33 in 2002 (40-7) Widest PSU margin: of the Big Ten West Division . ) 2017 : 100 in ( PSU 56, NU 44 Highest scoring game Longest NU win streak: Four games, 2003- 13 Two games, three times Longest PSU win streak: NU 1 (1950), PSU 2 (1952) Shutouts by (last time): Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 144

145 Highest NU score: 37 in 1965 (37-0) Rutgers Series in 1965 (37-0) 37 Widest NU margin: Next Scheduled Meeting: Oct. 24, 2020 in Piscataway Highest WIS score: 70 in 2012 (70-31) 4 Games: Widest WIS margin: 39 in 2012 (70-31) Nebraska leads, 4 -0-0 Standing: Highest-scoring game: 101 in 2012 (WIS 70, NU 31) 2 -0-0 Nebraska leads, At Lincoln: Longest NU win streak: Three games, 1965-66, 1973 Football -0-0 Nebraska leads, At Memorial Stadium: 2 2012-present Five games Longest WIS win streak: , : Nebraska leads, 1-0-0 Piscataway At Shutouts by (last time): NU 1 (1965), WIS 1 (1901) Nebraska leads, 1-0-0 At Neutral Site: games (1920) four Nebraska, Current win streak (start): Series Notes: Nebraska and Wisconsin will be playing for the time in 2018 fifth Freedom Trophy for the , a new trophy that Rank debuted for the 2014 matchup in Camp Randall Stadium . Date Site Result Score NU/RU Wisconsin has won the four prior matchups for the Freedom W / New York City 28-0 11/2/1920 Trophy, most recently winning 38-17 in Lincoln in 2017. 42-24 10/25/2014 Lincoln 16/ W Nebraska will be looking to snap a five-game losing streak 31-14 W / 11/14/2015 Piscataway to the Badgers, which is UW’s longest winning streak in the Lincoln / W 27-17 9/23/2017 series. The schools now meet every year as members of the Big Ten West Division. One of the two schools has played in the Series scoring Total Average years of Big Ten Championship game in five of the first seven 2.0 Nebraska 128 3 the league title game. Nebraska played its first-ever game as a Rutgers 1 3.8 55 member of the Big Ten Conference at Camp Randall Stadium against Wisconsin on Oct. 1, 2011. The teams met twice in 42 in 2014 (42-24) Highest NU score: 2012. In the regular-season meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska 28 in 1920 (28-0) Widest NU margin: posted the second-largest comeback in school history, twice 24 in 2014 (24-42) Highest Rutgers score: rallying from a 17-point deficit for a 30-27 victory. Wisconsin Highest-scoring game: 42-24) 66 in 2014 (NU defeated Nebraska 70-31 in the Big Ten title game at Lucas NU 1 (1920) Shutouts by (last time): seven six Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Badgers have won of and games as Big Ten foes, after winning in Madison in 2014 Series Notes: for the time as third t Rutgers me Nebraska and 2016 and in Lincoln in 2015 and 2017 . Nebraska has been Big Ten opponents in 201 7, with Nebraska extending its lead of the last 10 ranked in the top 25 in eight meetings with in the all-time series to 4-0 with a 27-17 win in Lincoln. The the Badgers, including five times in the top 10 from 1965 to schools met in back-to-back seasons for the first time as Big 2011. Wisconsin won the first meeting between the two teams, Ten rivals, with NU winning 42-24 in Lincoln in 2014 and 18-0, on Nov. 2, 1901. The Huskers reeled off three straight 31-14 in 2015 in the teams’ first meeting in Piscataway, wins from 1965 to 1973 by a combined margin of 88-19. Prior to meeting in Lincoln, the schools had the 2014 N.J. The first two meetings came under NU Hall of Fame Coach not met since a 28-0 NU win at the New York Polo Grounds Bob Devaney, who led his 1965 Huskers to a 37-0 shutout in 1920. With Nebraska and Rutgers competing in opposite of the Badgers. Nebraska completed a series sweep one year not he teams are scheduled to play divisions in the Big Ten, t later with a 31-3 victory in Madison. Current Wisconsin A.D. again until 2020 in Piscataway. Barry Alvarez was a linebacker on those two NU teams. The two teams met again in Lincoln in 1973, when No. 2 NU, Wisconsin Series under first-year head coach Tom Osborne, escaped with a 8 Madison Next Scheduled Meeting: Oct . 6 , 201 in 20-16 win. In the final meeting as non-league foes in 1974, Games: 12 Nebraska was edged 21-20 by the Badgers. Standing: Wisconsin leads, 8 -4-0 2 At Lincoln: -0 Nebraska leads, 3- Note: All rankings listed are from the AP Poll. 2 -0 Nebraska leads, 3- At Memorial Stadium: At Madison: Wisconsin leads, 4 -1-0 At Neutral Sites: Wisconsin leads, 2-0-0 Current win streak (start): Wisconsin, five games (2012) Rank WIS Date Site NU/ Result Score 0-18 11/2/1901 Milwaukee / L 10/9/1965 Lincoln W 37-0 2/ Madison 7/ 10/8/1966 31-3 W 9/29/1973 Lincoln 2/ W 20-16 9/21/1974 Madison 4/ L 20-21 10/1/2011 Madison 8/7 L 17-48 9/29/2012 Lincoln 22/ W 30-27 12/1/2012 31-70 Indianapolis* 14/ L 11/15/2014 Madison L 24-59 11/22 / 10/10/2015 Lincoln 21-23 L 10/29/2016 Madison 7/11 L 17-23 (OT) 10/7/2017 Lincoln /9 L 17-38 *Big Ten Championship Game Series scoring Total Average Nebraska 265 22.1 28.8 346 Wisconsin Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 145

146 1990 H 13 0 W Series Records vs. 1996 H 49 0 W Football A 49 21 W 1997 Non-Conference Opponents 2000 H 59 0 W 2001 A 48 7 W Division I Opponents H 59 27 W 2004 Air Force (Series tied 1-1) A 23 14 W 2005 L 17 1963 13 H H 32 20 W 2008 1965 A 27 17 W A 20 10 W 2009 40 34 Totals Totals 410 135 Akron (NU leads 1-0) -0) leads BYU ( Brigham Young 1 1997 H 59 14 W 2015 H 28 33 L Totals 28 33 Alabama (NU trails 2-3) *39 1965 28 L N California (NU leads 3-0) 7 N L 1966 **34 H 36 26 W 1978 1972 N 38 +6 W A 24 3 W 1998 H 31 24 W 1977 H 45 0 W 1999 3 ***20 1978 N L 105 29 Totals Totals 107 123 *1966 Orange Bowl; **1967 Sugar Bowl; Central Florida (NU leads 1-0) +1972 Orange Bowl; ***at Birmingham 1997 H 38 24 W Arizona (Series tied 1-1-1) Cincinnati (NU leads 1-0) H 14 14 T 1961 1906 H 41 0 W N 1998 L *23 20 N 33 **0 W 2009 Clemson (Tied, 1-1) 67 37 Totals 1981 15 *22 N L * 1998 Holiday Bowl; ** 2009 Holiday Bowl N 26 **21 W 2008 41 43 Totals Arizona State (NU leads 6-2) *1982 Orange Bowl; **2009 Gator Bowl 1975 A 14 *17 L 28 35 A 1987 W Colgate (NU leads 1-0) 1988 H 47 W 16 1924 H 33 7 W W 1991 A 18 9 W H 45 24 1992 Colorado (NU leads 49-18-2) 1995 H 77 28 W 1898 A 23 10 W L 19 1996 A 0 A 10 0 W 1902 2002 H 48 10 W H 31 0 W 1903 Totals 151 284 1904 A 0 6 L *1975 Fiesta Bowl 1905 H 18 0 W 1907 H 22 8 W Arkansas (NU trails 0-1) 6 1948 L 19 A 1964 L 7 N *10 1949 H 25 14 W *1965 Cotton Bowl A 19 28 L 1950 H 14 36 L 1951 Arkansas State (NU leads -0) 3 1952 A 16 16 T 2009 H 38 9 W 1953 H 10 14 L 2012 H 42 13 W 1954 A 20 6 W H 43 36 W 2017 H 37 20 W 1955 123 Totals 58 0 1956 16 A L 1957 L 27 0 H Army (NU leads 3-2) 1958 A 16 27 L 1928 A 3 13 L 1959 H 14 12 W 1957 A 0 42 L L 19 6 A 1960 1960 H 14 9 W 1961 H 0 7 L 1970 H 28 0 W A 31 6 W 1962 1972 A 77 7 W 1963 H 41 6 W 71 Totals 122 1964 A 21 3 W 1965 H 38 13 W Auburn (NU leads 3-1) 1966 A 21 19 W 1963 N 13 *7 W 1967 H 16 21 L 1981 H 17 3 W 1968 A 22 6 W A 41 #7 W 1982 1969 H 20 7 W 2006 N 14 17 L 1970 A 29 13 W 34 Totals 85 1971 H 31 7 W *1964 Orange Bowl; #2007 Cotton Bowl 1972 A 33 10 W 1973 H 28 16 W Ball State (NU leads 1-0) 1974 A 31 15 W H 41 40 W 2007 H 63 21 W 1975 1976 A 24 12 W Baylor (NU leads 11-1) H 33 15 W 1977 H 20 0 W 1939 A 52 14 W 1978 1956 H 7 26 L H 38 10 W 1979 1977 H 31 10 W 1980 A 45 7 W Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 146

147 Georgia (NU leads 2-1) H 59 0 W 1981 N 45 *6 W 1969 1982 A 40 14 W 31 2012 **45 L N H 69 19 W 1983 N 24 #19 W 2013 1984 A 24 7 W Totals 100 70 H 17 7 W 1985 *1969 Sun Bowl; **2013 Capital One Bowl; #2014 Gator Bowl A 10 20 L 1986 Football A 24 7 W 1987 Georgia Tech (NU trails 0-1) 1988 H 7 0 W *45 L 1990 N 21 A 21 27 L 1989 *1991 Citrus Bowl 1990 H 12 27 L 1991 A 19 19 T Hawaii (NU leads 5-1) 1992 H 52 7 W 1954 A 50 0 W 1993 A 21 17 W 1955 H 0 6 L H 24 7 W 1994 A 45 3 W 1971 A 44 21 W 1995 1976 A 68 3 W 1996 H 17 12 W H 56 10 W 1978 1997 A 27 24 W A 37 16 W 1982 1998 H 16 14 W 256 Totals 38 1999 A 33 30 W OT H 34 32 W 2000 Houston (NU trails 0-1) 2001 A 36 62 L 1980 N 14 *17 L H 13 28 L 2002 *1980 Cotton Bowl A 31 22 W 2003 H 20 26 L 2004 Idaho (NU leads 1-0) 2005 A 30 3 W H 38 17 W 2010 H 37 14 W 2006 A 51 65 L 2007 Idaho State (NU leads 1-0) H 40 31 W 2008 2012 H 73 7 W A 28 20 W 2009 2010 H 45 17 W Iowa State (NU leads 86-17-2) Totals 1,805 1,105 H 12 4 W 1896 10 0 A 1897 L Colorado State (NU leads 6-0) 1898 H 23 10 W 1920 H 7 0 W 0 A 1899 L 33 1921 H 70 7 W 1900 H 30 0 W 1931 N 20 *7 W 1901 H 17 0 W 1991 H 71 14 W H 21 0 W 1905 1993 H 48 13 W 14 2 H 1906 L 1996 H 65 9 W 1907 H 10 9 W Totals 281 50 1908 N 23 *17 W *at Denver H 24 0 W 1910 6 A T 6 1911 Duke (NU trails 0-1) A 18 9 W 1913 L N 1954 *34 7 H 20 7 W 1914 *1955 Orange Bowl A 21 0 W 1915 1916 H 3 0 W Florida (NU leads 2-0) 1919 H 0 3 L 1974 N 13 *10 W 1921 A 35 3 W 1995 N 62 **24 W 1922 H 54 6 W Totals 75 34 A 26 14 W 1923 *1974 Sugar Bowl; **1996 Fiesta Bowl 1926 H 31 6 W 1927 H 6 0 W Florida Atlantic (NU leads 2-0) 1928 A 12 0 W 2009 H 49 3 W 1929 H 31 12 W 2014 H 55 7 W 1930 A 14 12 W 104 10 Totals 1931 H 23 0 W H 12 6 W 1932 Florida State (NU trails 2-6) 1933 A 20 0 W H 14 18 L 1980 1934 H 7 6 W 1981 H 34 14 W 1935 A 20 7 W H 13 17 L 1985 H 34 0 W 1936 H 34 17 W 1986 A 20 7 W 1937 1987 N 28 L *31 1938 H 7 8 L 1989 N **41 L 17 1939 A 10 7 W N 1992 L 14 ***27 1940 H 21 12 W 1993 N 16 ****18 L 1941 A 14 0 W Totals 170 183 1942 H 26 0 W *1988 Fiesta Bowl; **1990 Fiesta Bowl; 27 1943 6 A L ***1993 Orange Bowl; ****1994 Orange Bowl H 1944 19 L 6 L 7 A 27 1945 Fresno State (NU leads 3 -0) 1946 H 33 0 W H 42 29 W 2011 1947 A 14 7 W 2014 A 55 19 W 1948 H 19 15 W 2016 H 43 10 W A 7 0 W 1949 8 5 140 Totals Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 147

148 A 6 0 L 1903 1950 H 20 13 W 1906 H 6 8 L A 34 27 W 1951 Football H 16 0 W 1952 A 16 6 W 1907 L 20 5 H 1908 1953 A 27 19 W 1909 H 0 6 L 1954 H 39 14 W 1910 A 6 0 W 1955 A 10 7 W A 29 0 W 1911 1956 H 9 7 W 0 L H 14 3 W 13 1912 1957 A A 9 0 W 1913 1958 H 7 6 W 6 H 35 0 W 1914 L 18 1959 A 1915 A 33 0 W 1960 H 7 10 L 1916 H 3 7 L 1961 A 16 13 W A 13 3 W 1917 H 36 22 W 1962 1963 H 21 7 W 1918 H 20 0 W A 14 7 W 1964 1919 H 19 7 W A 20 20 T H 44 0 W 1965 1920 H 28 0 W 1921 A 12 6 W 1966 H 12 0 W 1967 1922 A 28 0 W 1923 H 0 0 T 1968 A 24 13 W 1969 H 17 3 W A 14 7 W 1924 1970 1925 H 14 0 W A 54 29 W H 37 0 W A 20 3 W 1926 1971 H 47 13 W 1927 1972 A 23 23 T A 20 0 W 1928 1973 H 31 7 W A 23 13 W H 12 6 W 1974 1929 1975 1930 A 16 0 W H 52 0 W A 28 37 L 1976 1931 H 6 0 W 1977 H 21 24 L 1932 A 20 6 W H 12 0 W 1933 A 23 0 W 1978 1979 1934 H 34 3 W A 3 0 W 1935 1980 A 35 0 W H 19 13 W 1936 A 26 0 W 1981 H 31 7 W H 13 13 T 1937 1982 A 48 10 W 1938 H 72 29 W 1983 A 16 7 W A 44 0 W 1984 1939 H 7 0 W H 49 0 W 1985 1940 A 53 2 W 1941 H 32 0 W 1986 A 35 14 W 1942 A 14 7 W H 42 3 W 1987 1943 H 7 6 W 1988 A 51 16 W L 0 A 1944 20 1989 H 49 17 W 1990 A 45 13 W H 27 13 W 1945 H 38 13 W 1991 1946 A 16 14 W 1992 1947 H 7 13 L A 10 19 L 7 1993 L 27 H 49 7 W A 1948 H 13 27 L A 28 12 W 1994 1949 A 33 26 W H 73 14 W 1995 1950 27 7 H 1951 A 49 14 W 1996 L A 14 13 W 1952 1997 H 77 14 W 1953 H 9 0 W 1998 A 42 7 W 1954 A 41 20 W 1999 H 49 14 W 2000 H 19 14 W 1955 A 49 27 W 1956 H 48 14 W 2001 A 26 20 W H 12 14 L 1957 2002 A 14 36 L 1958 2003 L 29 7 A H 28 0 W L 1959 A 27 34 L 2004 H 3 10 31 H 27 20 W OT L 2005 0 A 1960 H 2006 1961 A 28 14 W 6 28 L 2007 H 35 17 W 1962 A 40 16 W 2008 H 23 9 W 1963 A 35 7 W A 14 7 W 1964 2009 H 7 9 L 1965 H 42 6 W A 31 30 W OT 2010 Totals 1966 A 24 13 W 2,684 1,095 A L *at Omaha 1967 0 10 1968 H 13 23 L Kansas (NU leads 91-23-3) H 21 17 W 1969 12 0 H 1892 1970 L A 41 20 W 1893 H 55 0 W L 18 0 H 1971 A 56 0 W 1972 1894 H 12 6 W H 10 9 W 1973 1895 H 4 8 L A 56 0 W 1974 4 1896 18 A L H 16 0 W 1897 H 6 5 W 1975 A 31 3 W 1976 A 18 6 W 1898 H 20 36 L H 52 7 W 1977 1899 1900 A 63 21 W A 12 0 W 1978 H 42 0 W 1901 H 29 5 W 1979 A 54 0 W 1902 H 16 0 W 1980 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 148

149 H 31 15 W 1981 1959 A 14 29 L A 52 0 W 1982 1960 H 17 7 W H 67 13 W A 24 0 W 1983 1961 1984 A 41 7 W 1962 H 26 6 W 1985 H 56 6 W A 28 6 W 1963 A 70 0 W 1986 H 47 0 W 1964 Football 1965 A 41 0 W H 54 2 W 1987 H 21 10 W 1966 A 63 10 W 1988 H 51 14 W 1989 A 16 14 W 1967 A 41 9 W 1990 H 0 12 L 1968 A 59 23 W 1969 1991 A 10 7 W H 51 13 W 1992 1970 H 49 7 W A 44 17 W 1971 1993 A 21 20 W 1994 1972 H 59 7 W H 45 17 W 1995 A 50 21 W 1973 A 41 3 W H 63 7 W 1996 1974 H 35 7 W 1997 A 12 0 W A 35 0 W 1975 1998 H 51 0 W H 41 0 W 1976 1977 1999 A 24 17 W A 26 9 W 1978 H 48 14 W 2000 H 56 17 W 1979 2001 A 51 7 W A 21 12 W H 55 8 W 2002 H 45 7 W 1980 2003 1981 A 49 3 W A 24 3 W 1982 H 42 13 W H 14 8 W 2004 A 51 25 W 1983 A 15 40 L 2005 2006 1984 H 62 14 W H 39 32 W OT A 41 3 W 1985 2007 A 39 76 L H 45 35 W H 38 0 W 1986 2008 1987 H 56 3 W A 31 17 W 2009 1988 2010 A 48 3 W H 20 3 W Totals 1989 2,955 1,199 H 58 7 W A 45 8 W 1990 H 38 31 W Kansas State (NU leads 78-15-2) 1991 1911 H 59 0 W N 38 **24 W 1992 H 45 28 W H 30 6 W 1912 1993 1913 H 24 6 W A 17 6 W 1994 1914 H 49 25 W 1995 A 31 0 W 1915 H 31 0 W A 39 3 W 1996 H 14 0 W 1997 H 56 26 W 1916 1922 H 21 0 W 1998 A 30 40 L H 34 12 W 1923 H 41 15 W 1999 A 24 0 W 2000 1924 A 28 29 L A 0 0 T H 31 21 W 2001 1925 A 13 49 L 2002 1926 H 3 0 W H 2003 1927 A 33 0 W L 38 9 A 21 45 L 2004 1928 H 8 0 W H 27 25 W 1929 A 10 6 W 2005 1930 H 9 2006 A 21 3 W 10 L 2007 1931 H 73 31 W A 6 3 W 2008 1932 H 6 0 W A 56 28 W 2009 A 9 0 W 1933 H 17 3 W L 19 7 H 2010 A 48 13 W 1934 1935 A 0 0 T Totals 2,635 989 *Kansas State forfeited; **Coca-Cola Bowl at Tokyo 1936 H 40 0 W A 3 0 W 1937 1938 Louisiana-Lafayette (NU leads 1-0) H 14 7 W H 55 0 W 2009 A 25 9 W 1939 1940 H 20 0 W 1941 A 6 L Louisiana State (NU leads 5-0-1) 12 *12 17 0 19 L N 1942 H W 1970 1975 10 7 W 1943 A 13 7 W H 6 T H 35 0 W 1944 A 1976 6 N 21 **20 W 1945 A 24 0 W 1982 1984 N 28 ***10 W H 31 0 W 1946 30 ****15 A 14 7 W N 1986 W 1947 Totals 1948 H 32 0 W 112 70 *1971 Orange Bowl; **1983 Orange Bowl; 1949 A 13 6 W ***1985 Sugar Bowl; ****1987 Sugar Bowl H 49 21 W 1950 A 1 *0 W 1951 1952 H 27 14 W Louisiana Tech (NU leads 2-0) 1998 L 1953 A 0 27 N 56 *26 W 2006 1954 H 3 7 L H 49 10 W A 16 0 W 1955 105 36 Totals 10 L 1956 H 7 *Eddie Robinson Football Classic 1957 A 14 7 W 6 H 1958 L 23 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 149

150 Maine (NU leads 1-0) 1945 A 0 19 L H 25 7 W 2005 1946 H 20 21 L Football 1947 A 6 47 L McNeese State (NU leads 2-0) 6 L H 33 1948 2002 H 38 14 W 1949 A 20 21 L H 31 24 W 2014 1950 H 40 34 W Totals 69 38 A 19 35 L 1951 L H 1952 6 10 Tied 6 Miami ( ) 6- 23 1953 7 L A A 1951 19 L 7 H 25 19 W 1954 H 20 16 W 1953 A 18 12 W 1955 N 36 *34 W 1962 H 15 14 W 1956 1975 H 31 16 W A 13 14 L 1957 1976 H 17 9 W 1958 H L 31 0 1983 L N 30 **31 1959 A 0 9 L L 1988 3 ***23 N 1960 H 0 28 L L 0 ****22 N 1991 1961 0 10 L A N 24 #17 W 1994 H 7 16 W 1962 L 14 ##37 N 2002 1963 A 13 12 W H 41 31 W 2014 1964 H 9 0 W 2015 A 33 36 L (OT) 1965 A 16 14 W 91 Totals 2 55 2 1966 H 35 0 W *1962 Gotham Bowl; **1984 Orange Bowl; L A 1967 7 10 ***1989 Orange Bowl; ****1992 Orange Bowl; H 14 16 L 1968 #1995 Orange Bowl; ##2002 Rose Bowl L 7 A 1969 17 H 21 7 W 1970 Middle Tennessee State (NU leads 1-0) 1971 A 36 0 W H 48 7 W 1992 H 62 0 W 1972 1973 A 12 13 L Mississippi (NU trails 0-1) 1974 H 10 21 L N L *27 23 2002 A 30 7 W 1975 *2002 Independence Bowl 1976 H 24 34 L A 21 10 W 1977 Mississippi State (NU leads 1-0) 1978 H 31 35 L N 31 *17 W 1980 A 23 20 W 1979 *1980 Sun Bowl H 38 16 W 1980 1981 A 6 0 W Missouri (NU leads 65-36-3) H 23 19 W 1982 N 1 *0 W 1892 A 34 13 W 1983 18 L 1893 **30 N H 33 23 W 1984 14 1894 L N **18 A 28 20 W 1985 1895 N 12 ***10 W H 48 17 W 1986 1896 A 8 4 W 1987 A 42 7 W 1897 H 41 0 W H 26 18 W 1988 A 47 6 W 1898 A 50 7 W 1989 L 11 0 H 1899 1990 H 69 21 W 1900 A 12 0 W 1991 H 63 6 W 1901 N 51 ***0 W 1992 A 34 24 W 1902 12 ****0 W N 1993 H 49 7 W 1911 H 34 0 W A 42 7 W 1994 A 7 0 W 1912 H 57 0 W 1995 1917 H 52 0 W 1996 H 51 7 W A 12 5 W 1919 1997 A 45 38 W OT H 48 0 W 1922 H 20 13 W 1998 A 7 7 T 1923 1999 A 40 10 W H 14 6 W 1924 H 42 24 W 2000 A 6 9 L 1925 2001 A 36 3 W 1926 14 H L 7 2002 H 24 13 W A 6 7 L 1927 A 24 41 L 2003 H 24 0 W 1928 H 24 3 W 2004 A 7 7 T 1929 2005 A 24 41 L 1930 H 0 0 T H 34 20 W 2006 1931 A 10 7 W L 41 6 A 2007 H 21 6 W 1932 2008 H 17 52 L A 26 0 W 1933 2009 A 27 12 W H 13 6 W 1934 H 31 17 W 2010 1935 A 19 6 W 2,320 1,454 Totals 1936 H 20 0 W *at Omaha, Missouri forfeited; **at Kansas City; A 7 0 W 1937 ***at Omaha; H 10 13 L 1938 ****at St. Joseph A 13 27 L 1939 1940 H 20 7 W Nevada (NU leads 1-0) A 0 6 L 1941 H 52 10 W 2007 26 L 6 H 1942 A 20 54 L 1943 Nevada-Las Vegas (NU leads 1-0) 1944 H 24 20 W 1988 H 48 6 W Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 150

151 New Mexico (NU leads 1-0) L 1946 27 6 A H 38 7 W 1985 1947 H 13 14 L 1948 A 14 41 L New Mexico State (NU leads 3-0) 0 H 1949 L 48 1979 H 57 0 W A 35 49 L 1950 H 68 0 W 1982 1951 H 0 27 L Football H 38 7 W 2008 1952 A 13 34 L 7 163 Totals H 7 L 1953 30 1954 A 7 55 L (NU leads 1-0) North Carolina 0 H L 1955 41 N 21 *17 W 1977 L 1956 A 6 54 *1977 Liberty Bowl L 32 7 H 1957 1958 L A 40 7 Nicholls State (NU leads 1-0) H 25 21 W 1959 2006 H 56 7 W A 17 14 W 1960 1961 H 14 21 L North Carolina State (NU leads 2-0) 1962 A 6 34 L 1962 H 19 14 W H 29 20 W 1963 1973 H 31 14 W 17 L 1964 A 7 50 28 Totals H 21 9 W 1965 10 9 A 1966 L North Texas (NU leads 1-0) H 14 21 L 1967 1993 H 76 14 W 1968 A 0 47 L 1969 A 44 14 W ) 1 Northern Illinois (NU leads 2- H 28 21 W 1970 1989 H 48 17 W A 35 31 W 1971 1990 H 60 14 W H 14 17 L 1972 L 17 21 L 2017 0 1973 A 27 L 125 52 Totals H 14 28 L 1974 1975 A 10 35 L Notre Dame (NU leads 8-7-1) 1976 H 17 20 L 1915 H 20 19 W A L 1977 38 7 L 1916 H 0 20 H 17 14 W 1978 1917 H 7 0 W N 24 1979 L 31 # 1918 H 0 0 T 1979 A 14 17 L 1919 H 9 14 L H 17 21 L 1980 1920 7 16 L H A 37 14 W 1981 1921 A 0 7 L H 28 24 W 1982 1922 H 14 6 W 1983 A 28 21 W 1923 H 14 7 W H 7 17 1984 L A 6 L 34 1924 27 7 A 1985 L 1925 H 17 0 W 1986 H 17 20 L L 0 31 1947 A 17 7 1987 L H 1948 H 13 44 L 1988 A 7 3 W N 40 *6 W 1973 H 42 25 W 1989 A 2000 27 24 W OT A 10 45 L 1990 2001 H 27 10 W 1991 H 19 14 W Totals 201 238 1992 A 33 9 W *1973 Orange Bowl H 21 7 W 1993 1994 A 13 3 W Oklahoma (NU trails 38-45-3) H 37 0 W 1995 1912 H 13 9 W 1996 A 73 21 W *7 7 N 1919 T 1997 H 69 7 W 1921 H 44 0 W 2000 A 14 31 L A 39 7 W 1922 2001 H 20 10 W H 24 0 W 1923 30 2004 A L 3 A 1924 L 14 7 2005 H 24 31 L 1925 H 12 0 W L 2006 N 7 **21 A 44 6 W 1928 2008 A 28 62 L 1929 H 13 13 T 2009 H 10 3 W 1930 A 7 20 L L N 20 **23 2010 H 13 0 W 1931 Totals 1,421 1,692 1932 A 5 0 W *at Omaha; **Big 12 Championship; # 1979 Orange Bowl H 16 7 W 1933 A 6 0 W 1934 Oklahoma State (NU leads 37-5-1) H 19 0 W 1935 1960 H 6 7 L A 14 0 W 1936 6 A 1961 L 14 1937 H 0 0 T 1962 H 14 0 W L 1938 A 0 14 1963 A 20 16 W 1939 H 13 7 W H 27 14 W 1964 1940 A 13 0 W 1965 A 21 17 W 1941 H 7 6 W 1966 H 21 6 W A 7 0 W 1942 1967 H 9 0 W L 26 H 1943 7 1968 A 21 20 W 12 1944 N *31 L 1969 H 13 3 W H 0 20 L 1945 H 65 31 W 1970 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 151

152 1971 A 41 13 W A 0 6 L 1935 H L 1972 H 34 0 W 6 19 1936 Football 13 A 17 17 T 1973 A 1937 L 7 L 1938 H 0 19 1974 H 7 3 W 1975 A 14 13 W A 28 20 W 1939 A 9 7 W H 14 10 W 1940 1976 1977 A 31 14 W 1941 H 7 14 L H 22 14 W 1978 1942 A 0 6 L 1943* 1979 A 36 0 W 1980 6 A 1953 14 L H 48 7 W H A 54 7 W 1981 7 1954 L 21 1982 21 1955 A 7 H 48 10 W L 34 0 A 1957 L 1983 A 14 10 W 1984 H 17 3 W H 14 6 W 1958 1985 A 34 24 W A 24 17 W 2004 H 30 10 W 1986 2005 H 7 6 W 1987 A 35 0 W Totals 144 320 H 63 42 W 1988 *Game canceled A 48 23 W 1989 1990 H 31 3 W Rice (NU leads 1-0) A 49 15 W 1991 2001 H 48 3 W H 55 0 W 1992 A 27 13 W 1993 San Jose State (NU leads 2-0) H 32 3 W H 49 13 W 2000 1994 A 64 21 W H 35 12 W 2008 1995 84 25 1998 N 24 *17 W Totals 1999 H 38 14 W South 2002 ) 1-0 A 21 24 L Alabama (NU leads H 17 7 W 2003 2015 H 48 9 W 48 9 2006 Totals A 29 41 L 2007 H 14 45 L South Carolina (NU leads 3-1) 2010 A 51 41 W 1964 Totals 1,296 599 H 28 6 W A 27 24 W *at Kansas City 1986 H 30 21 W 1987 N L 2011 Oregon (NU leads 13 6 - 2 ) *30 1952 A 28 13 W 81 Totals 98 *2012 Capital One Bowl 1953 H 12 20 L H 34 7 W 1971 H 61 7 W South Dakota State (NU leads 3-0) 1974 H 58 7 W 1963 1985 H 63 0 W 1986 H 17 3 W 2010 H 48 14 W 2016 2013 H 59 20 W H 35 32 W 2017 134 30 Totals A 35 42 L 316 Totals 135 Southern California (NU trails 0-4-1) Oregon State (NU leads 9-2) 1969 H 21 31 L N 17 *7 W 1916 1970 A 21 21 T A 10 28 L H 14 0 W 1924 2006 H 22 0 W 2007 1933 H 31 49 L 42 H 26 20 W 1935 N L *45 2014 N 32 *14 W 125 174 1936 Totals 1947 *-Holiday Bowl L 27 6 H N L 1948 12 *28 H 27 7 W 1954 Southern Methodist (NU leads 1-0-1) 1959 H 7 6 W 1929 H 0 0 T H 35 7 W 1989 1932 A 21 14 W 21 1990 H 31 7 W Totals 14 Totals 229 123 *at Portland Southern Miss (NU leads 5 -1) 1999 H 20 13 W A 38 14 W Pacific (NU leads 2-0) 2003 H 70 21 W 1994 2004 H 17 21 L H 49 20 W 1995 2012 H 49 7 W 119 28 Totals 2013 H 56 13 W 2015 H 36 28 W 109 Totals 216 Pittsburgh (NU trails 6-15-3) A 10 0 W 1921 A 13 21 L 1927 Stanford (NU trails 0-1) 1928 H 0 0 T L 1941 N 13 *21 L 1929 H 7 *1941 Rose Bowl 12 1930 H 0 0 T L Syracuse 40 0 A 1931 (NU trails 5-7) H 1917 1932 H 0 0 T L 10 9 1919 H 3 0 W 1933 A 0 6 L L 1922 A 6 9 L 1934 H 6 25 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 152

153 A 10 70 L 2004 1923 H 0 7 L 2005 H 31 34 L 1927 H 21 0 W 2008 A 31 37 L OT 1928 H 7 6 W 2009 1929 A 13 6 W H 10 31 L H 9 1957 L 26 Totals 351 283 L A 1958 38 0 Football L 28 6 H 1961 Troy (NU leads 4-0) 14 42 1983 H 63 7 W 2001 W H A 9 17 L H 31 16 W 1984 2002 Totals 2003 H 30 0 W 146 154 H 56 0 W 2006 1 Tennessee (NU leads 2- 159 30 ) Totals 1997 N 42 *17 W N 31 **21 W UAB (NU leads 1-0) 1999 24 ***38 W 7 38 H 1998 2016 L N Totals 97 76 *1998 Orange Bowl; **2000 Fiesta Bowl -6) 7 NU leads UCLA ( A L 1946 ***2016 Music City Bowl 0 18 1948 H 15 27 L 1972 A 17 20 L Tennessee at Chattanooga (NU leads 1-0) H 40 13 W 1973 2011 H 40 7 W H 42 10 W 1983 A 42 3 W Texas (NU trails 4-10) 1984 H 42 33 W 1933 1987 H 26 0 W L 1959 20 H A 28 41 L 1988 0 A 14 13 W 1993 1960 A 14 13 W N 19 *3 W 1974 1994 H 49 21 W **37 L 1996 N 27 2012 A 30 36 L H 21 41 L 1998 2013 H 16 20 L N 37 *29 W 2015 1999 A 20 24 L 305 377 Totals N 22 **6 W 1999 Foster Farms Bowl H 24 27 L *201 2002 5 31 A L 2003 7 Utah (NU leads 4-0) H 20 22 L 2006 H 31 0 W 1968 A 25 28 L 2007 12 N 2009 H 55 9 W 1980 L **13 H 42 30 W 2010 H 13 20 L 1989 T 245 264 1992 H 49 22 W otals *1974 Cotton Bowl; **Big 12 Championship 177 61 Totals Texas A&M (NU leads 10-4) Utah State (NU leads 8-0) H 1966 1930 H 13 0 W W 7 28 0 1971 L H 42 6 W H 1955 27 1979 H 14 0 W 1969 H 35 14 W H 56 12 W 1987 H 34 7 W 1971 1972 H 37 7 W 1988 H 63 13 W N 23 *14 W H 59 28 W 1991 1988 2002 H 44 13 W 1997 N 54 **15 W 2003 H 31 7 W 1998 A 21 28 L 368 100 1999 Totals H 37 0 W 2002 A 38 31 W Virginia Tech (NU trails 1-2) 2003 H 48 12 W 2006 1996 A 28 27 W N 41 *21 W 2007 H 14 36 L H 30 35 L 2008 A 6 9 L A 15 16 L 2009 2010 86 72 Totals 360 220 Totals *1996 Orange Bowl *Kickoff Classic at East Rutherford; **Big 12 Championship Wake Forest (NU leads 3-0) (NU leads 6-1) TCU H H 36 12 W 1951 L 28 7 1970 H 31 3 W 2005 1965 H 34 14 W 2007 1966 H 14 10 W H 20 17 W Totals 87 32 A 29 0 W 1967 H 56 14 W 1975 H 64 10 W 1976 Washington (NU leads 5-4-1) H 21 7 W 1925 H 6 6 T 2001 Totals 225 83 6 A 1926 10 L 1967 A 17 7 W 1991 H 21 36 L Texas Tech (NU leads 7-4) 1992 A 14 29 L N 27 *24 W 1976 H 50 27 W A 27 14 W 1993 1997 1994 A 42 16 W H 55 7 W 1998 2010 A 56 21 W 1996 A 24 10 W 1997 H 29 0 W 2010 N 7 *19 L A 56 3 W 2000 H 51 38 W 2011 260 187 2001 H 41 31 W Totals *2010 Holiday Bowl Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 153

154 Washington State (NU trails 1-3) 9 Nebraska Homecoming Games (7 -22-4) 1920 H 20 21 L Year Result Opponent Football H 12 35 L 1957 Michigan T, 6-6 1911 1977 H 10 19 L W, 14-3 Kansas 1912 1995 H 35 21 W 1913 Minnesota W, 7-0 77 96 Totals 1914 Kansas W, 35-0 W, 52-7 Iowa 1915 Western Illinois (NU leads 1-0) L, 3-7 1916 Kansas H 56 17 W 2004 W, 52-0 1917 Missouri 1918 Kansas W, 20-0 Western Kentucky (NU leads 1-0) 1919 Kansas W, 19-7 H 49 10 W 2010 L, 7-16 Notre Dame 1920 1921 Kansas W, 28-0 Western Michigan (NU leads 1-0) W, 48-0 1922 Missouri 2008 H 47 24 W 1923 Kansas T, 0-0 1924 Colgate W, 35-7 West Virginia (NU leads 1-0) 1925 Kansas W, 14-0 1994 N 31 *0 W 1926 Kansas State W, 3-0 *Kickoff Classic at East Rutherford, N.J. 1927 W, 47-13 Kansas 1928 Missouri W, 24-0 Wyoming (NU leads 7-0) W, 12-6 1929 Kansas H 50 0 W 1934 T, 0-0 Missouri 1930 1968 H 13 10 W Kansas W, 6-0 1931 1983 H 56 20 W Kansas State 1932 W, 6-0 H 42 7 W 1984 Kansas W, 12-0 1933 H 42 32 W 1994 Missouri W, 13-6 1934 2011 A 38 14 W 1935 Kansas W, 19-13 2013 H 37 34 W W, 20-0 Missouri 1936 H 52 17 W 2016 T, 13-13 Kansas 1937 Totals 330 134 Missouri L, 10-13 1938 Note: Year listed for bowl game indicates regular season it 1939 Kansas W, 7-0 followed. W, 20-7 1940 Missouri 1941 Indiana L, 13-21 Indiana L, 0-12 1942 Non-Division I Opponents* Kansas W, 7-6 1943 Last W, 24-20 1944 Missouri W L T Meeting Team 1 0 0 Adrian 1912 W, 27-13 Kansas 1945 1893 0 0 1 Baker Missouri 1946 L, 20-21 1912 Bellevue 3 0 0 L, 7-13 Kansas 1947 0 2 0 Butte (Montana) 1896 L, 15-27 UCLA 1948 0 1 0 1918 Camp Dodge Kansas L, 13-27 1949 Carlisle Indians 1908 0 1 0 W, 40-34 1950 Missouri 1 1 0 1935 Chicago Kansas 1951 L, 7-27 Colgate 1 0 0 1924 L, 7-13 1952 Minnesota 1904 Creighton 3 0 0 Colorado L, 10-14 1953 3 1 0 1898 Denver A. C. L, 7-21 Pittsburgh 1954 Denver U. 4 0 0 1910 Colorado W, 37-20 1955 16 2 0 Doane 1912 Drake 6 2 0 1926 1956 Missouri W, 15-14 Grinnell 1927 7 2 0 1957 Kansas L, 12-14 1905 Grand Island 3 0 0 1958 L, 0-31 Missouri Haskell 1921 7 2 0 W, 25-21 Oklahoma 1959 Hastings 1906 2 0 0 L, 0-28 Missouri 1960 1942 Iowa Pre-flight 0 1 0 1961 L, 6-28 Kansas 1 2 2 1900 Kansas City Medics 1962 Missouri L, 7-16 Kearney State 1 0 0 1911 Colorado 1963 W, 41-6 1 0 0 1901 Kirksville Osteopaths W, 47-0 1964 Kansas State 1909 5 0 0 Knox Colorado 1965 W, 38-13 1930 2 0 0 Montana State 1966 W, 21-10 Kansas State Morningside 1914 1 0 0 8 0 0 1921 Nebraska Wesleyan W, 9-0 Oklahoma State 1967 2 0 0 New York U. 1927 1968 L, 0-12 Kansas State 1961 1 0 0 North Dakota 1969 Iowa State W, 17-3 1918 1 0 0 Omaha Balloon W, 51-13 1970 Kansas State 1895 1 0 0 Omaha Univ. Club W, 55-0 Kansas 1971 1894 3 0 0 Omaha YMCA Oklahoma State 1972 W, 34-0 Ottawa 1894 1 0 0 W, 10-9 Kansas 1973 3 0 0 Peru State 1910 Oklahoma State 1974 W, 7-3 Saint Louis 0 1 0 1907 1975 Kansas W, 16-0 1895 1 0 0 Sioux City A. C. W, 51-0 Kansas State 1976 1964 14 1 2 South Dakota W, 33-15 1977 Colorado South Dakota State 2 0 0 2010 1900 3 0 0 Tarkio 1978 Kansas State W, 48-14 Wabash 1 0 0 1920 Kansas 1979 W, 42-0 1915 4 0 0 Washburn Oklahoma State W, 48-7 1980 1 2 0 Washington (Mo.) 1926 W, 31-15 1981 Kansas 1898 William Jewell 1 0 0 1982 Kansas State W, 42-13 *Teams that no longer sponsor football, have not faced the Huskers in Colorado 1983 W, 69-19 the modern era or were Division II or below in 2010. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 154

155 1984 W, 17-3 Oklahoma State 1985 Colorado W, 17-7 1986 Oklahoma State W, 30-10 1987 Kansas State W, 56-3 1988 Oklahoma State W, 63-42 1989 Iowa State W, 49-17 Football 1990 Missouri W, 69-21 1991 Kansas State W, 38-31 1992 W, 52-7 Colorado 1993 Kansas State W, 45-28 1994 Colorado W, 24-7 1995 Kansas State W, 49-25 1996 Baylor W, 49-0 1997 Texas Tech W, 29-0 1998 Kansas W, 41-0 W, 49-14 1999 Iowa State 2000 W, 56-17 Kansas 2001 W, 41-31 Texas Tech 2002 Kansas W, 45-7 2003 Texas A&M W, 48-12 2004 Missouri W, 24-3 2005 Texas Tech L, 31-34 2006 Missouri W, 34-20 2007 Oklahoma St. L, 14-45 2008 Missouri L, 17-52 2009 W, 55-0 La.-Lafayette 2010 South Dakota St. W, 17-3 2011 Ohio State W, 34-27 2012 Wisconsin W, 30-27 2013 Illinois W, 39-19 2014 Illinois W, 45-14 2015 Southern Miss W, 36-28 Illinois W, 31-16 2016 W, 27-17 Rutgers 2017 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 155

156 1995 National Champions (12-0) 1970 National Champions (11-0-1) Football Head Coach: Bob Devaney Tom Osborne Head Coach: Phil Ellis, Mark Gilman, Aaron Captains: Dan Schneiss and Jerry Murtaugh Captains: Graham, Christian Peter and Tony Veland. Result Opponent Date Date Sept. 12 Wake Forest W, 36-12 Opponent Result Aug. 31 at Oklahoma State W, 64-21 Sept. 19 at USC T, 21-21 Sept. 9 Sept. 26 Army W, 28-0 at Michigan State W, 50-10 Sept. 16 Arizona State Oct. 3 at Minnesota W, 35-10 W, 77-28 W, 21-7 Sept. 23 Pacific W, 49-7 Missouri Oct. 10 Oct. 17 W, 41-20 Sept. 30 Washington State W, 35-21 at Kansas W, 65-31 W, 57-0 Oct. 14 Missouri Oct. 24 Oklahoma State W, 29-13 W, 49-25 Oct. 21 Kansas State Oct. 31 at Colorado W, 54-29 Nov. 7 W, 44-21 Oct. 28 at Colorado at Iowa State Iowa State Nov. 4 W, 51-13 Kansas State Nov. 14 W, 73-14 Nov. 21 Oklahoma W, 41-3 Nov. 11 at Kansas W, 28-21 Orange Bowl W, 37-0 Nov. 24 Oklahoma W, 17-12 Louisiana State Jan. 1 Fiesta Bowl Jan. 2 W, 62-24 Florida 1971 National Champions (13-0) 1997 National Champions (13-0) Head Coach: Bob Devaney Captains: Jerry Tagge and Jim Anderson Head Coach: Tom Osborne Captains: Vershan Jackson, Jason Peter, Date Opponent Result Aaron Taylor and Grant Wistrom W, 34-7 Sept. 11 Oregon W, 35-7 Sept. 18 Minnesota Result Opponent Date Sept. 25 Texas A&M W, 34-7 W, 59-14 Aug. 30 Akron W, 42-6 Utah State Oct. 2 Sept. 13 Central Florida W, 38-24 at Missouri Oct. 9 W, 36-0 Sept. 20 at Washington W, 27-14 Oct. 16 W, 55-0 Kansas Oct. 4 Kansas State W, 56-26 Oct. 23 at Oklahoma State W, 41-13 W, 49-21 Oct. 11 Baylor W, 31-7 Colorado Oct. 30 Oct. 18 Texas Tech W, 29-0 W, 37-0 Nov. 6 Iowa State W, 35-0 Oct. 25 at Kansas Nov. 13 at Kansas State W, 44-17 W, 69-7 Oklahoma Nov. 1 Nov. 25 at Oklahoma W, 35-31 at Missouri Nov. 8 W, 45-38 (OT) at Hawaii Dec. 4 W, 45-3 Nov. 15 Iowa State W, 77-14 Orange Bowl W, 27-24 Nov. 28 at Colorado Jan. 1 W, 38-6 Alabama Big 12 Championship W, 54-15 Texas A&M Dec. 6 Orange Bowl W, 42-17 Tennessee Jan. 2 1994 National Champions (13-0) Tom Osborne Head Coach: Captains: Terry Connealy, Ed Stewart, Zach Wiegert, and Rob Zatechka Result Opponent Date Aug. 28 West Virginia W, 31-0 Sept. 8 at Texas Tech W, 42-16 Sept. 17 UCLA W, 49-21 W, 70-21 Sept. 24 Pacific Oct. 1 Wyoming W, 42-32 Oct. 8 Oklahoma State W, 32-3 Oct. 15 at Kansas State W, 17-6 W, 42-7 Oct. 22 at Missouri W, 24-7 Colorado Oct. 29 Nov. 5 W, 45-17 Kansas Nov. 12 at Iowa State W, 28-12 Nov. 25 at Oklahoma W, 13-3 Orange Bowl Miami W, 24-17 Jan. 1 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 156

157 1962 GOTHAM BOWL 1941 ROSE BOWL STANFORD - 21 NEBRASKA - 36 MIAMI - 34 NEBRASKA - 13 Football Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Final Final 1 2 3 4 34 Miami Stanford 6 14 7 21 7 7 7 7 0 13 36 7 6 0 0 8 6 14 8 Nebraska Nebraska Statistic Nebraska Stanford s Statistic s Nebraska Miami First Downs 15 9 34 12 First Downs 150 58 Rush Yards 181 Rush Yards 202 146 321 85 68 Pass Yards Pass Yards 270 296 Total Yards Total Yards 502 143 Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 1, 1941 - Playing under Coach Bob Devaney, Nebraska was only the third Big New York, N.Y., Dec. 15, 1962 - Nebraska won its first bowl game in three tries, upsetting Miami Six team to play in a postseason bowl game, but the Cornhuskers made their first bowl trip a memorable one with an invitation to and George Mira, 36-34, in the second and last of New York’s now-defunct Gotham Bowl. Playing in Yankee Stadium before only the granddaddy of them all — The Rose Bowl. 6,166 fans in freezing weather, the Huskers and Hurricanes put on Under the warm California sun in Pasadena, Coach Biff Jones’ Cornhuskers led Clark Shaughnessy’s Stanford Indians twice in one of the greatest bowl shows ever, trading scores in every quarter. Willie Ross’ one-yard plunge and Bill “Thunder” Thornton’s the first half, but fell victim to the innovative T-formation, 21-13. The Huskers took a 7-0 lead just six plays after the kickoff when subsequent two-point conversion run gave the Huskers a 36-27 fullback Vike Francis plunged over from the two. Stanford tied the lead just minutes into the fourth quarter. Mira, who passed for 321 yards, led a valiant comeback attempt but was thwarted by a count four plays later when Hugh Gallarneau bolted over from nine yards out. last-minute interception by Husker guard Bob Brown. In the second quarter, the Huskers took the lead again on a 33-yard Herm Rohrig-to-Allen Zikmund pass, but the Indians came back on Frankie Albert’s 41-yard TD pass to Gallarneau for a 14-13 halftime lead. A 39-yard TD punt return by Pete Kmetovic iced the game for the Indians in the third quarter. The 92,000 fans on hand made up the largest crowd ever to see Nebraska play until the 2002 Rose Bowl (93,781). 1955 ORANGE BOWL 1964 ORANGE BOWL DUKE - 34 NEBRASKA - 13 NEBRASKA - 7 AUBURN - 7 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Final Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 0 14 6 14 Duke 34 Auburn 0 0 7 0 7 Nebraska 0 0 7 0 7 Nebraska 10 3 0 0 13 Nebraska Duke s Statistic s Nebraska Auburn Statistic 23 First Downs 17 First Downs 11 9 204 84 288 126 Rush Yards Rush Yards Pass Yards 30 157 82 Pass Yards 26 Total Yards 283 110 370 234 Total Yards Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1955 - Nebraska made its second Orange Bowl trip Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1964 - If Nebraska’s first bowl bid was a memorable a happier one than the first with a 13-7 win over Auburn in the 1964 one, its second was one to forget. The 1954 Cornhuskers finished Miami classic. The Huskers evened their bowl record with the win and second behind Oklahoma in the Big Seven race and went to Miami under the no-repeat rule. handed Bob Devaney his second bowl win in as many tries. Husker quarterback Dennis Claridge broke the game open before most Making their first bowl appearance in 14 years, Bill Glassford’s of the 72,647 fans had settled in their seats. On the Huskers' second Cornhuskers trailed Duke’s Blue Devils at the half, 14-0, but pulled play from scrimmage, Claridge bolted 68 yards down the sideline to put within 14-7 early in the third quarter after a minus two-yard Duke punt. Halfback Don Comstock scored from the three to cap a 35- NU ahead 7-0. At the time, it was the longest TD run in Orange Bowl history. Moments later, Dave Theisen broke another Orange Bowl record yard drive. After that, it was all Duke. Coach Bill Murray’s Blue Devils rolled 65 yards to score on their next possession and added with a 31-yard field goal. The record lasted until the second quarter two more tallies in the fourth quarter to ice the game, 34-7. when Theisen booted a 36-yarder to give NU a 13-0 halftime lead. Auburn quarterback Jimmy Sidle almost brought the Tigers back, but Husker linebacker John Kirby batted a fourth-and-four pass away at the goal line with less than three minutes to go to preserve the win for Nebraska. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 157

158 1967 SUGAR BOWL 1965 COTTON BOWL Football ARKANSAS - 10 ALABAMA - 34 NEBRASKA - 7 NEBRASKA - 7 Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 10 34 Arkansas 3 0 0 7 7 3 7 17 Alabama 7 0 0 7 Nebraska 0 0 0 7 7 Nebraska 0 s Alabama Arkansas s Statistic Nebraska Statistic Nebraska First Downs 11 11 16 First Downs 19 Rush Yards Rush Yards 100 45 157 84 279 68 Pass Yards 213 Pass Yards 131 Total Yards 176 436 Total Yards 297 168 New Orleans, La., Jan. 2, 1967 - Dallas, Texas, Jan. 1, 1965 - Never one to duck a challenge, Coach Frank Broyles' Arkansas Razorbacks mounted an 80-yard fourth quarter drive against a Coach Bob Devaney and his Huskers accepted a bid for a rematch previously impregnable Nebraska defense to down the Huskers, with Alabama and Bear Bryant in the Sugar Bowl. It turned out to 10-7, in NU's first Dallas appearance. With the win, the Razorbacks be a little too much of a challenge as No. 3 'Bama handed the No. 6 Huskers a 34-7 thumping. completed an undefeated 11-0 season, and were recognized as the national champions by the Football Writers Association of America. The Tide rolled up a 17-0 first-quarter advantage and led at Arkansas opened the scoring on a 31-yard Tom McKnelly field halftime, 24-0, behind the passing of Kenny Stabler. Sophomore goal in the first quarter. Sophomore Harry Wilson then capped a fullback Dick Davis prevented a complete whitewashing with a 15- 69-yard Husker march in the second quarter with a one-yard plunge yard TD catch of a Bob Churchich pass on the first play of the fourth to give Nebraska a 7-3 halftime lead. The Huskers held that lead quarter for NU's only score. Churchich sparkled again against the until Bobby Burnett finished the Arkansas drive with a three-yard Tide, completing 21-of-34 passes for 201 yards. With the defeat, TD run with 4:41 left in the game. In the fierce defensive struggle, the Huskers became just the second team in NCAA history, behind Alabama, to hold the dubious distinction of having lost in each of first downs were even at 11, and the Razorbacks held a slim edge the four major bowls. in total offense, 176-168. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones as well as former Super Bowl and National Championship coach Jimmy Johnson were both members of the 1964 Arkansas squad. 1969 SUN BOWL 1966 ORANGE BOWL ALABAMA - 39 NEBRASKA - 45 GEORGIA - 6 NEBRASKA - 28 Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 39 Alabama Georgia 0 0 0 6 6 7 7 17 8 0 18 13 45 Nebraska 0 7 6 15 Nebraska 14 28 Alabama Nebraska Statistic s Nebraska Georgia s Statistic First Downs 17 11 29 First Downs 17 Rush Yards 55 190 145 Rush Yards 222 Pass Yards 165 130 296 232 Pass Yards Total Yards 377 518 Total Yards 185 355 El Paso, Texas, Dec. 20, 1969 - Golden-toed Paul Rogers booted a With the national championship riding Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1966 - on the outcome, Coach Bob Devaney's Huskers took on Alabama's Sun Bowl-record four field goals — all in the first quarter — and Coach Bob Devaney's Huskers romped to a 45-6 win over Georgia Crimson Tide for the first time. Nebraska went into the game 10-0 in the 35th edition of El Paso's Sun Bowl. and ranked third, while Alabama was 8-1-1 and fourth. Earlier in Rogers booted FGs of 50, 32, 42 and 37 yards, and sophomore the day, top-ranked Michigan State lost to UCLA in the Rose Bowl and LSU knocked off No. 2 Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl to set up I-back Jeff Kinney added a TD run of 11 yards that gave Nebraska an 18-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, and the Huskers were a national title game in the Orange Bowl. Playing in Nebraska's first night bowl game, 'Bama won the title never threatened. For his record-setting effort, Rogers was named 39-28. The Tide led 24-7 at the half and the game was never in the game's outstanding offensive player. The Big Eight co-champion Cornhuskers rolled up a 355-185 total offense advantage over the serious doubt, but led by the passing of Bob Churchich, the Huskers fought back and made the final score respectable. outmanned Bulldogs. Dan Schneiss led the Husker rushers with 63 yards, and Van Brownson completed 11-of-18 passes for 109 yards. After two years away from the bowl scene, Nebraska started an NCAA record run of 35 consecutive bowl appearances for the Huskers (1969-2003) in the Sun Bowl. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 158

159 1973 ORANGE BOWL 1971 ORANGE BOWL NEBRASKA - 40 NEBRASKA - 17 NOTRE DAME - 6 LSU - 12 Football Score by Quarters Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Final 1 2 3 4 Notre Dame 12 0 0 0 6 6 LSU 0 3 9 0 7 0 4 0 13 20 Nebraska 10 Nebraska 0 0 7 17 LSU Notre Dame s Nebraska s Statistic Statistic Nebraska First Downs First Downs 20 18 30 13 Rush Yards 104 300 Rush Yards 51 132 227 161 Pass Yards Pass Yards 103 260 207 560 Total Yards Total Yards 293 278 Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1973 - Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1971 - Playing under the lights in Miami's Orange went wild, scoring four touchdowns and passing for another, as the Bowl for the first time in five years, Coach Bob Devaney's Nebraska Cornhuskers became the first team to win three straight Orange Cornhuskers won the first of two straight national titles by virtue of Bowls, romping over Notre Dame, 40-6. In his last game as a a 17-12 win over LSU and some fortunate circumstances. Earlier in the day, top-ranked Texas was upset by Notre Dame, Cornhusker, Rodgers was moved to I-back from his usual wingback position, and on the game's first play he took a pitchout for a 13- 24-11, in the Cotton Bowl, and No. 2 Ohio State was shocked by yard gain. It was a sign of things to come. Stanford, 27-17, in the Rose Bowl. That left the door to the title wide open for No. 3 Nebraska. The Huskers responded by building "Johnny R" capped his career by scoring on runs of eight, four and a 10-0 first-quarter lead on a 25-yard field goal by Paul Rogers and five yards and caught the Irish defense by surprise with a 52-yard dgers TD pass to Frosty Anderson in the second quarter. scored Ro a three-yard TD run by Joe Orduna. But a pair of Mark Lumpkin the last of his 50 career TDs (including bowls) when he caught a FGs and a 31-yard Buddy Lee-to-Al Coffee TD pass on the last play of the third quarter gave the aroused Tigers a 12-10 lead. sideline pass from Dave Humm in the third quarter and scampered 50 yards to paydirt. Nebraska showed its grit by driving 67 yards. Quarterback Jerry Tagge stretched the ball over from the one-yard line with 8:50 left, The contest marked the final appearance of Head Coach Bob Devaney on the Husker sideline, as he retired after the season with and the Huskers clinched their first national title. a 101-20-2 record and two national titles in 11 years at Nebraska. 1972 ORANGE BOWL 1974 COTTON BOWL NEBRASKA - 38 NEBRASKA - 19 ALABAMA - 6 TEXAS - 3 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Final Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Texas 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 Alabama 6 3 14 14 7 38 19 Nebraska 0 3 13 3 Nebraska Texas Nebraska s Statistic Statistic s Nebraska Alabama 15 First Downs 11 21 First Downs 16 Rush Yards Rush Yards 106 240 183 241 Pass Yards 47 159 Pass Yards 90 91 196 331 Total Yards Total Yards 288 342 It was supposed to be another “Game of Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1972 - Dallas, Texas, Jan. 1, 1974 - Tom Osborne’s Nebraska Cornhuskers the Century,” rivaling Nebraska’s 35-31 win over Oklahoma a few broke open a tight contest in the third quarter with a pair of game- weeks earlier. The 12-0 Huskers were No. 1, the 11-0 Alabama breaking plays to chalk up a 19-3 win over the Texas Longhorns. Crimson Tide were No. 2, but the Orange Bowl had a dream game The chilled crowd of 67,500 saw the Big Eight’s runner-up and the Southwest Conference champion battle to a 3-3 tie at halftime, for a little less than a quarter. The Huskers struck early on a two-yard TD run by Jeff Kinney thanks to a brilliant Longhorn goal-line stand just before the gun. before Johnny Rodgers broke the Tide's back with a 77-yard punt But the Huskers were not to be denied and midway through return for a touchdown on the last play of the first quarter. The the third quarter, safety Bob Thornton returned a Texas field goal try 41 yards to set up the clinching touchdown. Ritch Bahe got Huskers added two more scores in the second stanza, and by halftime the Huskers left no doubt about who was No. 1, as Nebraska led Four plays later, the final 12 yards on a reverse to make it 10-3. John Bell recovered a Texas fumble at the Longhorn 19, and Tony 28-0. The Huskers continued to dominate and rolled to a 38-6 win, giving Nebraska a second straight national title and Coach Bob Davis ripped in from the three to make it 16-3. Rich Sanger kicked Devaney a satisfying first win in three tries over Alabama Coach a 43-yard field goal with 8:09 left to complete the scoring. Bear Bryant. Texas had scored first on a 22-yard field goal by Bill Schott in the wake of a Husker fumble, but early in the second quarter, defensive end Steve Manstedt picked up a Roosevelt Leaks fumble in mid-air and raced 65 yards to the eight. But a stiff Longhorn defense forced a 24-yard field goal by Sanger. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 159

160 1976 ASTRO-BLUEBONNET BOWL 1974 SUGAR BOWL Football NEBRASKA - 27 - 13 NEBRASKA FLORIDA - TEXAS TECH - 2 4 10 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Final Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Nebraska 7 13 0 27 7 Nebraska 3 1 13 0 0 0 7 0 0 24 0 Florida 3 3 Texas Tech 10 14 7 s Texas Tech Nebraska s Nebraska Statistic Statistic Florida First Downs 18 13 24 21 First Downs Rush Yards Rush Yards 304 178 191 164 193 16 Pass Yards 232 Pass Yards 97 396 384 320 Total Yards Total Yards 275 31 , 19 74 - Down 10-0 at the beginning of New Orleans , La. , Nebraska rallied to overcome a pair Houston, Texas, Dec. 31, 1976 - Dec. of 10-point deficits as the Huskers defeated Texas Tech, 27-24, in the fourth quarter, Coach Tom Osborne’s Huskers rallied for 13 one of the most exciting bowl games of the year unanswered points to defeat 18th-ranked Florida for Osborne’s second-consecutive bowl win to open his career. With Texas Tech ahead 17-7 and time running out in the second quarter, quarterback Vince Ferragamo moved the Cornhuskers 80 The Gators drew first blood on a Tony Green touchdown run, and scored again on a first-half field goal. Nebraska quarterback yards in less than two minutes to score on a 22-yard touchdown pass to Mark Dufresne. But Texas Tech running back Billy Taylor Monte Anthony scored to open the fourth quarter and cap an 18- countered early in the third quarter with an 8-yard TD run to open play, 99-yard touchdown drive. Anthony converted a critical 4th and 2 from the 49-yard line on the following drive, which ended in a the gap to 24-14. Husker field goal. After NU’s defense stood strong, the Huskers got Once again, the Cornhuskers started to work on the Texas Tech the ball back at their own 25-yard line with four minutes remaining. lead. I-back Rick Berns broke around the right end and dashed untouched 18 yards into the end zone to put Nebraska within three. Anthony again led NU on a drive, and Mark Coyle kicked what proved The Huskers took the lead when Ferragamo connected with split end to be a game-winning 36-yard field goal. Chuck Malito for a 23-yard touchdown pass. Malito’s touchdown, Husker fullback Tony Davis was named the game’s MVP, as he ran for 126 yards on 17 carries, while Anthony gained 64 yards on which proved to be the winning score, was set up by a partially 15 carries. blocked punt by defensive backs Ted Harvey and Kent Smith. The final score was in doubt until defensive end Reg Gast recovered a Red Raider fumble with 1:34 left in the game. The fumble killed a Tech threat and allowed Nebraska to run out the clock. 1977 LIBERTY BOWL 1975 FIESTA BOWL ARIZONA STATE NEBRASKA - 21 - 17 NORTH CAROLINA - 17 NEBRASKA - 14 Final Final 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Score by Quarters 14 0 7 7 0 Nebraska 21 14 0 7 0 Nebraska 3 17 0 14 3 0 North Carolina 11 17 3 Arizona State 0 s s Statistic Nebraska Arizona State Statistic North Carolina Nebraska 17 21 20 20 First Downs First Downs Rush Yards Rush Yards 198 162 169 206 Pass Yards 93 Pass Yards 90 173 161 308 Total Yards 367 Total Yards 335 262 Competing in the Fiesta Bowl for the - Dec. 26, 1975 ., Tempe, Ariz Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 19, 1977 - Quarterback Randy Garcia came off the bench in the fourth quarter to throw two touchdown passes and first time, Nebraska held a late lead, but 11 unanswered points by Arizona State proved costly as NU fell to the WAC champions rallied Nebraska from a 17-7 fourth-quarter deficit to a 21-17 win over North Carolina in the 19th annual Liberty Bowl. 17-14. With the win, Arizona State completed a 12-0 season and finished the year ranked second in the nation. Garcia, who replaced starter Tom Sorley, first hit wingback Curtis After an early ASU field goal, Monte Anthony got Nebraska on Craig for a sensational diving catch and a 10-yard touchdown with the board with a second-quarter toughdown run. The Huskers took 10:51 left to cut the Husker deficit to 17-14. Garcia then threw a a 7-6 lead into the locker room at halftime, before Anthony added 34-yard scoring pass to Tim Smith with 3:16 left in the game to another touchdown run to give NU a 14-6 lead. The Sun Devils cap a rally that ended UNC’s upset hopes. The Tar Heels drew first blood early in the second quarter on a rallied in the fourth quarter, as offensive MVP John Jefferson caught a touchdown pass, and ASU converted the subsequent two-point 12-yard scoring pass from Matt Kupec to tight end Brooks Williams. After the Huskers tied the game at 7-7 on a 15-yard touchdown run try. The Huskers were stuffed on their next offensive possession, by fullback Dodie Donnell, Kupec threw a 10-yard scoring pass to and Danny Kush put the Sun Devils ahead for good on a 29-yard fullback Bob Loomis late in the half for a 14-7 North Carolina lead field goal with 4:50 remaining. at intermission. Carolina upped its lead to 17-7 late in the third quarter on a 47-yard field goal by Tom Biddle, and the Tar Heels appeared to have the game well in control until Garcia’s heroics brought NU back. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 160

161 1980 SUN BOWL 1979 ORANGE BOWL NEBRASKA - 31 OKLAHOMA - 31 MISSISSIPPI STATE - NEBRASKA - 17 24 Football Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 31 7 7 10 7 Nebraska 7 0 3 Nebraska 14 24 Mississippi State 7 17 0 7 31 17 14 0 3 0 Oklahoma s Mississippi State Nebraska Statistic Statistic s Nebraska Oklahoma First Downs 18 15 16 First Downs 20 Rush Yards 93 51 159 Rush Yards 132 227 Pass Yards Pass Yards 161 159 102 Total Yards 318 293 Total Yards 195 278 A great passing performance by senior Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 197 - 80 , 19 - 27 . Dec , Texas , El Paso 9 In the first-ever matchup of Big Eight Jeff Quinn and a stout defensive effort enabled Nebraska to enjoy a teams in a bowl game, Nebraska just missed duplicating its 17-14 successful return to the Sun Bowl by downing Mississippi State 31-17. win over Oklahoma several weeks earlier, losing to the Sooners 31-24, in the 45th annual Orange Bowl. The Huskers drew first blood just 2:30 into the game when, on the first play after MSU’s Mardye McDole fumbled a Nebraska Nebraska got off to a fast start in trying for an unprecedented punt, split end Todd Brown scored on a 23-yard end-around. NU double over OU, driving 80 yards in 15 plays after the opening kickoff to take a 7-0 lead on Tom Sorley’s 21-yard touchdown added 10 points in the second quarter on a 22-yard Kevin Seibel pass to Tim Smith. But the Huskers watched the revenge-minded field goal and an 8-yard Quinn to Jeff Finn pass to take a 17-0 lead into the locker room at halftime. Sooners score 24 unanswered points. Nebraska got back in the game when I-back Rick Berns capped MSU finally scored in the third quarter on a 47-yard field goal a 78-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run that reduced the deficit and appeared to be gaining momentum before Husker defensive end Jimmy Williams recovered a fumble at the Bulldog 25 to set up to 31-17. On NU’s next possession, the Oklahoma defense stiffened to stop I-back Craig Johnson on a fourth-and-one at the OU seven a 2-yard TD run by Andra Franklin. The Huskers iced the game with yard line with 4:24 to go to seal the win. The Huskers did march a 52-yard Quinn to Tim McCrady pass late in the game. For their 58 yards in 10 plays to score on a 2-yard pass from Sorley to Junior efforts, Williams and Quinn were named the outstanding players of the 1980 Sun Bowl. Miller on the final play of the game. 1982 ORANGE BOWL 1980 COTTON BOWL HOUSTON - 17 CLEMSON - 22 NEBRASKA - 14 NEBRASKA - 15 Score by Quarters Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 5 1 14 7 0 0 7 Nebraska Nebraska 7 0 0 8 10 17 Clemson Houston 6 6 10 0 22 0 7 0 Statistic Clemson Nebraska s Statistic s Nebraska Houston 13 17 First Downs First Downs 13 18 Rush Yards 136 155 193 Rush Yards 206 Pass Yards 134 119 63 Pass Yards 91 325 256 Total Yards 289 Total Yards 227 Miami Houston converted a fourth down for , Jan. 1, 19 82 - The Cornhuskers went into the 1982 Fla. Dallas, Texas, Jan. 1, 1980 , - a touchdown pass with just 12 seconds left in the game as the Orange Bowl hoping New Year’s magic would work wonders for them, and for a while, it looked like it would. Both No. 3 Alabama and Cougars handed Nebraska a heart-breaking 17-14 loss in the 44th Cotton Bowl Classic. No. 2 Georgia fell in their bowl games, leaving it up to the fourth- Nebraska struck first as I-back Jarvis Redwine scored on a ranked Huskers and top-ranked Tigers to settle the national title. The dream of a third national championship in 12 years was not 9-yard run late in the first quarter, but Houston came back to tie, 7-7, at halftime on an 8-yard Terry Elston run early in the second to be for the Huskers, as their own errors and standout performances period. by Clemson quarterback Homer Jordan and the Tiger defense gave the South Carolina school its first national title and a 12-0 season After a scoreless third quarter, Southwest Conference champion with a 22-15 victory. Houston took its first lead of the game, 10-7, on a 41-yard field The Tigers scored first on a 41-yard Donald Igwebuike field goal by Ken Hatfield with 8:25 left in the game. The Huskers made little headway against the Cougar defense in the second half, but goal, but Nebraska came back with a bit of razzle-dazzle and took took advantage of a Houston fumble to drive 31 yards in six plays a 7-3 lead midway in the first quarter on a 25-yard TD pass from I-back Mike Rozier to wingback Anthony Steels. to take a 14-10 lead on Jeff Quinn’s 6-yard touchdown pass with For the next two-and-a-half quarters, it was all Clemson as the 3:56 left. opportunistic Tigers took advantage of Husker errors to score 19 The next 3:44 were all Elston, as the junior accounted for all but 11 yards in the Cougars’ winning 66-yard drive, completing unanswered points and led 22-7 after three periods. Early in the fourth quarter, the Huskers came back on a 26-yard TD run and a five of seven passes for 45 yards, including three for crucial first two-point conversion by Roger Craig, cutting the margin to 22-15, downs and rushing three times for 10 yards. but the Huskers could get no closer. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 161

162 1983 ORANGE BOWL 1985 SUGAR BOWL Football NEBRASKA NEBRASKA - 21 - 28 20 LSU - LSU - 10 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 21 28 14 0 7 7 Nebraska 7 0 7 7 Nebraska 3 LSU 3 3 20 7 0 0 10 LSU 7 7 LSU LSU Nebraska Nebraska s Statistic s Statistic 22 21 23 First Downs First Downs 12 280 Rush Yards 38 183 Rush Yards 219 Pass Yards 221 144 Pass Yards 173 184 Total Yards 403 Total Yards 404 423 211 , 19 , a. Miami, Fl New Orleans, La., Jan. 1, 1985 - Senior quarterback Craig Sundberg The 1983 Orange Bowl game between - Jan. 1 83 closed out his career in grand style, as he led the Huskers back from Nebraska and Louisiana State started out like the one-sided contest the oddsmakers had predicted. The Husker defense held the Tigers a 10-point first-half deficit to a 28-10 win over Louisiana State in the 51st annual Sugar Bowl. to three yards on three plays after the opening kickoff and forced a Fired-up LSU scored on two of its first three possessions to grab punt. Then the NU offense drove 51 yards in six plays to take a 7-0 lead on Mark Schellen’s 2-yard run with 4:03 gone in the game. the early lead, but after a rocky start, the Sundberg-led Nebraska At that point, Murphy’s Law went into effect. On the first play offense roared to life to put 28 unanswered points on the board. Two of the Huskers’ four touchdowns were set up by a defense that after following an interception, Nebraska fumbled the ball away to forced six Tiger turnovers, five of them interceptions, including four set up a tying Tiger TD. Following three more first-half turnovers , the Huskers were thankful to be down only 14-7 at halftime. off LSU starting quarterback Jeff Wickersham. Sophomore I-back Doug DuBose helped spark Nebraska with a The second half didn’t start out any better as NU missed a field goal and fumbled again to set up a field goal that gave LSU a 17-7 102-yard rushing effort, but it was Sundberg who provided most of lead. But down 10 points, the Husker offense came alive, driving the punch and was named the game’s most valuable player. Starting 80 yards in 12 plays to score on an 11-yard pass from Turner Gill for the first time since arm trouble knocked him out of the starting lineup at midseason, Sundberg completed 10 of 15 passes for 143 to Mike Rozier, and going 47 yards in seven plays to regain the lead, 21-17, early in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run by Gill. yards, threw for three touchdowns and ran for the go-ahead score A dropped pass on a faked field goal prevented another score, himself on a 9-yard sprint 6:46 into the second half. Sundberg’s and another interception set up an LSU field goal that cut the three TD passes tied a Nebraska bowl record. Two of those scoring margin to 21-20. But the Husker offense sealed the win by eating tosses went to tight end Todd Frain, tying another NU bowl mark. up the final 5:05. 1986 FIESTA BOWL 1984 ORANGE BOWL MICHIGAN - 27 - 31 MIAMI NEBRASKA - 23 NEBRASKA - 30 Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Final Score by Quarters Nebraska 23 9 0 14 0 13 Nebraska 0 14 3 30 3 0 24 0 27 Michigan 17 0 14 0 Miami 31 s Nebraska Michigan Statistic s Nebraska Miami Statistic First Downs 20 16 First Downs 25 22 Rush Yards 304 171 Rush Yards 306 130 Pass Yards 63 66 Pass Yards 172 300 234 370 Total Yards Total Yards 478 430 Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 1, 1986 - After building a 14-3 halftime lead, Jan. 2 , 19 84 In one of the most exciting bowl games - ., Miami, Fla Nebraska self-destructed in the third quarter and was never able ever played, fourth-ranked Miami overcame Nebraska rallies from to recover completely in dropping a 27-23 decision to Michigan in 17- and 14-point deficits and took the national championship the Sunkist Fiesta Bowl. away from the Huskers. The game was decided when strong safety The Huskers used a pair of second-quarter touchdowns by I-back Ken Calhoun knocked Turner Gill’s two-point PAT pass out of Jeff Doug DuBose to take the lead, but a fumble on the third play of the Smith’s hands with 48 seconds left in the game, preserving a 31-30 second half set up a 21-yard Wolverine touchdown drive that cut home-field win in the 50th Orange Bowl. the NU margin to 14-10. Nebraska fumbled again on the second Behind rifle-armed freshman quarterback Bernie Kosar, the play after the ensuing kickoff, setting up a 38-yard touchdown drive ‘Canes jumped to a 17-0 first-quarter lead and never trailed. The that put Michigan up for good, 17-14. Huskers rallied to score two second-quarter touchdowns, then tied Nebraska’s next drive stalled after one first down, and the the game early in the second half, but Miami scored twice in five Wolverines blocked Dan Wingard’s punt, recovering it at the NU minutes in the third period to put NU in a 31-17 hole. 6-yard line. The Nebraska defense held, and a 19-yard Pat Moons Things looked bleak for Nebraska four plays after Miami’s last field goal made it 20-14, Michigan, after 8:18 of the second half. score when Heisman Trophy winner Mike Rozier left the game for Later in the period, the Maize and Blue took advantage of two pass good with a badly bruised ankle. Junior I-back Jeff Smith came in interference penalties to score another touchdown to build what to rush for 99 yards and two touchdowns, the second, a 24-yarder proved to be an insurmountable lead. on fourth-and-eight, to get the Huskers within 31-30. Coach Tom Osborne eschewed the PAT kick, and a tie that would have assured Nebraska the national title, and decided to go for it all. But, thanks to Calhoun, Gill, Smith and Osborne came up just short. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 162

163 1987 SUGAR BOWL 1989 ORANGE BOWL NEBRASKA - 30 MIAMI - 23 LSU - 15 NEBRASKA - 3 Football Final 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Score by Quarters 3 23 Miami 15 7 0 0 8 7 13 0 LSU Nebraska 0 10 7 Nebraska 3 13 30 0 0 3 0 s Nebraska Statistic LSU Miami Nebraska s Statistic First Downs 20 22 First Downs 10 10 69 32 Rush Yards 242 Rush Yards 80 110 Pass Yards 55 285 Pass Yards 159 354 135 352 191 Total Yards Total Yards Second-ranked Miami’s quickness, Louisiana State had a 66-yard New Orleans, La., Jan. 1, 1987 - Miami, Fla., Jan. 2, 1989 - particularly on defense, proved to be too much for No. 6 Nebraska, touchdown drive in the first three minutes of the contest and as the Hurricanes dominated the Huskers, 23-3. Despite the win another 66-yard touchdown drive in the last three minutes of the and a final 11-1 record, the Hurricanes were unable to lay claim to a game. In between, Nebraska dominated the Tigers by running off 30 unanswered points to post a 30-15 win in the USF&G Sugar second straight national title, which went to undefeated Notre Dame. Although the Nebraska defense held the Miami offense to 354 Bowl, the Huskers’ 25th bowl appearance. Between those two Tiger drives, Nebraska gained 334 yards to total-offense yards, nearly 100 yards less than its season average, the Huskers never could get untracked against the Hurricanes’ LSU’s 59, and had a first-down advantage of 22-3. The Huskers made a remarkable recovery from a disheartening loss to Oklahoma second-ranked defense. After leading the nation in rushing at at the end of the regular season and posted Nebraska’s fourth bowl 382.3 yards per game during the regular season, NU managed only win over LSU in as many tries and the third in five years. 80 yards rushing against Miami and finished with 10 first downs. NU needed a career-long 50-yard field goal by Gregg Barrios Steve Taylor became the second Nebraska quarterback in three to capitalize on its only serious scoring threat. Early in the third years to win the Miller-Digby Trophy as the Sugar Bowl MVP. He quarter, Tahaun Lewis picked off a pass and returned it to the completed 11-of-19 passes for 110 yards and one touchdown and Miami 37. But the Huskers had to settle for Barrios’ field goal, rushed 20 times for 63 yards and another score. Of Taylor’s 173 which prevented Nebraska’s first shutout since the 1973 season. total offensive yards, 90 came in two drives in which the Huskers went from a 7-3 deficit to a 17-7 lead. 1990 FIESTA BOWL 1988 FIESTA BOWL FLORIDA STATE - 41 FLORIDA STATE - 31 NEBRASKA - 28 NEBRASKA - 17 Score by Quarters Final Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Florida State 0 21 3 20 21 0 7 31 Florida State 41 0 Nebraska 17 Nebraska 14 0 14 0 28 7 3 0 7 Florida State Statistic s Statistic Nebraska s Florida State Nebraska First Downs 26 18 18 First Downs 20 Rush Yards 242 82 115 Rush Yards 72 142 Pass Yards 207 422 Pass Yards 375 494 322 Total Yards 457 384 Total Yards Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 1, 1990 - Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 1, 1988 - Fifth-ranked Florida State rode the arm Florida State quarterback Danny McManus hit Ronald Lewis with a 15-yard, fourth-down touchdown pass of quarterback Peter Tom Willis and the talents of a bevy of quick, talented receivers to a 41-17 win over No. 6 Nebraska in the 19th with 3:07 left in the game to give Florida State a 31-28 win over Sunkist Fiesta Bowl. Nebraska. The TD pass capped a 97-yard touchdown drive by the Seminoles, who had taken over at their three-yard line with 6:58 NU had the lead twice in the first half after driving 69 yards for a touchdown on their first possession, and taking a 10-7 lead to go when a fumble kept the Huskers from putting the game away. on a field goal in the second period. It was a frustrating day for Nebraska, which jumped to a 14-0 first-quarter lead on a short drive set up by a Richard Bell punt From then on, it was all FSU. The Seminoles scored touchdowns on five of their next seven possessions to build a 41-10 lead at the return, and a 52-yard punt return touchdown by Dana Brinson. The Husker defense held FSU to just 82 yards on the ground, including end of three quarters. In the process, Willis had the best passing day ever against NU in a bowl game, completing 25-of-40 passes only 28 yards by standout tailback Sammie Smith. But McManus for 422 yards and five touchdowns. threw for 375 yards, his career high by 100 yards. He was named For the second straight year, the Huskers faced a bowl opponent the offensive player of the game, while Husker tackle Neil Smith that was probably the best team in the nation, but had virtually earned defensive honors. no hope of winning the national title because of untimely defeats Even after Florida State took the late lead, the Huskers almost rallied, but Steve Taylor’s 58-yard pass to Morgan Gregory that early in the year. FSU lost its first two games in 1989 to Southern Mississippi and Clemson, then roared back to win its last 10, advanced NU to the Seminole two-yard line was called back because including a 24-10 victory over eventual No. 1 Miami. of a penalty. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 163

164 1991 CITRUS BOWL 1993 ORANGE BOWL Football GEORGIA TECH - 45 FLORIDA STATE - 27 NEBRASKA - 21 NEBRASKA - 14 1 2 3 4 Final Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 14 7 17 7 Florida State 7 13 7 0 27 Georgia Tech 45 14 21 0 0 14 7 Nebraska Nebraska 0 7 0 7 s Nebraska Georgia Tech Statistic Statistic Florida State Nebraska s 23 13 First Downs 14 19 First Downs Rush Yards Rush Yards 126 190 144 221 Pass Yards Pass Yards 209 146 277 215 467 290 436 Total Yards Total Yards 335 Despite a second-quarter rally, Nebraska Orlando, Fla., Jan. 1, 1991 - The Seminoles scored 20 straight points Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1993 - was unable to overcome a 21-0 deficit as the Huskers fell to to open the game and cruised to a 27-14 victory. Nebraska had missed on two field goal opportunities, while undefeated Georgia Tech, 45-21, in the Florida Citrus Bowl. The Yellow Jackets finished 11-0-1 with the victory and edged Colorado Florida State was good on two attempts. After Nebraska stalled on for the UPI national title, while the Buffaloes, who had beaten NU, its first possession of the second half, the Seminoles put together an 85-yard drive to go up 27-7. That would prove to be FSU’s last 27-12, in November, claimed the AP crown. score, as the Husker defense forced the Seminoles to punt on all Two freshmen gave Husker fans a ray of hope after Tech took of their five remaining possessions. Tommie Frazier connected with a three-touchdown lead. All-Big Eight tight end Johnny Mitchell Gerald Armstrong on a one-yard pass with 10 minutes remaining in hauled in a 30-yard touchdown pass from Tom Haase, then I-back the fourth quarter to pull within 13, but two interceptions thwarted Derek Brown sprinted 50 yards to cut the margin to 21-14 with 5:07 the comeback bid. left in the half. But that was as close as Nebraska would get, and The No. 11 Huskers turned the ball over three times after running back William Bell’s two fourth-quarter touchdowns sealed the Huskers’ fate. leading the nation in turnover margin during the regular season. NU was limited to 144 yards rushing after leading the nation in Mitchell finished the game with five receptions for an NU bowl record 138 yards, while Brown rushed for 99 yards, and Haase that category during the regular season. came off the bench to complete 14-of-21 passes for 209 yards NU dropped to 9-3 on the season and finished 14th in the final and two touchdowns. polls, its 24th consecutive year finishing in the AP top 25. FSU finished second to Alabama in the rankings. 1994 ORANGE BOWL 1992 ORANGE BOWL FLORIDA STATE - 18 MIAMI - 22 NEBRASKA - 0 NEBRASKA - 16 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Final Florida State Miami 13 0 9 0 22 18 0 6 9 3 Nebraska 0 7 0 9 16 0 0 0 0 Nebraska 0 s Nebraska Miami Statistic Florida State Nebraska Statistic s First Downs 22 20 25 9 First Downs 183 Rush Yards Rush Yards 47 182 82 286 Pass Yards 89 257 206 Pass Yards 333 Total Yards Total Yards 171 439 389 Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1994 - Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1992 - No. 1-ranked Miami, playing on its home Nebraska came up just short against field for at least a share of its fourth national title in nine years, Florida State, losing 18-16 in the final seconds of the national title used overwhelming team speed and a smothering defense to blank game. NU entered the game ranked first in the coaches poll, while FSU was No. 1 in the AP poll. Nebraska, 22-0. It was the Cornhuskers’ first shutout defeat in 221 games since the 1973 season. Nebraska had a punt return for a touchdown called back, but the Huskers still led 7-6 at the half on the strength of a Tommie The win left the Hurricanes 12-0 on the season with a split Frazier 34-yard touchdown pass to Reggie Baul.In the third quarter, national title, joining a 12-0 Washington team that beat Nebraska, FSU scored on a one-yard TD run and followed with a 39-yard field 36-21, at Lincoln in September. The Hurricanes were No. 1 in the goal for a 15-7 lead. NU answered when Lawrence Phillips scored Associated Press poll, while the Huskies claimed the top spot in from 12 yards out on the first play of the fourth quarter to make it the USA Today/CNN Coaches poll. It was the second straight year 15-13. for a split title, and for the second straight year Nebraska, 9-2-1, Late in the fourth quarter, Frazier sprinted down to the FSU 4, lost to both teams involved, having been defeated by Colorado and setting up a Byron Bennett 27-yard field goal that put NU on top Georgia Tech the previous season. 16-15 with 1:16 remaining. FSU Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Miami held Nebraska to 82 rushing yards after the Huskers had won the NCAA rushing title in the regular season at 353.2 yards Ward then led the Seminoles downfield, and Scott Bentley kicked a per game. 22-yard field goal with 21 seconds left to give FSU an 18-16 lead. Frazier came right back and hit Trumane Bell for a 29-yard gain and the Huskers were able to call timeout with one second remaining to set up a game-winning 45-yard field goal attempt that sailed wide left. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 164

165 1995 ORANGE BOWL 1996 ORANGE BOWL NEBRASKA - 24 NEBRASKA - 41 MIAMI - 17 VIRGINIA TECH - 21 Football Score by Quarters Final Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Final 7 7 7 0 Miami 10 0 7 0 17 21 Virginia Tech 17 14 10 41 Nebraska 0 Nebraska 0 7 2 15 24 Nebraska s Statistic Virginia Tech Nebraska s Miami Statistic First Downs 14 20 25 First Downs 22 279 199 29 Rush Yards Rush Yards 193 248 106 Pass Yards 214 136 Pass Yards 415 305 Total Yards Total Yards 277 407 Miami, Fla., Dec. 31, 1996 - Nebraska used strong performances Miami, Fla., Jan. 1, 1995 - Behind a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown from I-back Damon Benning and quarterback Scott Frost to down runs by fullback Cory Schlesinger, No. 1 Nebraska defeated third- 10th-ranked Virginia Tech, 41-21. ranked Miami, 24-17, to capture its first national title since 1971. The sixth-ranked Huskers picked up their third straight bowl The title was the first for NU Head Coach Tom Osborne, whose victory, as Benning rushed for 95 yards and scored on touchdown teams fell just short in the 1982, 1984 and 1994 Orange Bowls. runs of 33 and six yards. After spotting the Hurricanes a 10-0 advantage at the end of the first quarter, the Huskers trailed 10-7 at half following a second- The Hokies led 7-0 after the first quarter, before Nebraska scored quarter Brook Berringer 19-yard touchdown pass to Mark Gilman. 17 straight points. Kris Brown’s 25-yard field goal cut the Hokie Miami extended the margin to 17-7 on a 44-yard touchdown pass lead to 7-3, before Scott Frost scored on a five-yard touchdown run. The NU defense pushed the margin to 17-7 after Jason Peter five plays into the third quarter, but would not score again. On Miami’s next possession, Dwayne Harris sacked Frank Costa recovered a fumble and raced 31 yards for a touchdown. Jim Druckenmiller threw a pair of touchdown passes to close the for a safety. In the fourth quarter, Schlesinger scored from 15 yards gap to 24-21 midway through the third quarter before NU scored out and NU converted its two-point try to tie the game at 17-17. the final 17 points. Benning scored on a six-yard run, while Brown After forcing a three-and-out on Miami’s next possession, Nebraska marched 58 yards on six plays before Schlesinger’s 14-yard score added a 37-yard field goal before a 22-yard touchdown run by Frost gave the Huskers a 24-17 lead. Kareem Moss ended any Hurricane with three minutes left clinched the victory. comeback hopes with an interception. 1996 FIESTA BOWL 1998 ORANGE BOWL NEBRASKA - 62 NEBRASKA - 42 FLORIDA - 24 TENNESSEE - 17 Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Score by Quarters Florida 10 0 8 6 24 17 0 3 6 8 Tennessee 14 29 6 Nebraska 13 62 42 7 21 7 7 Nebraska Statistic s Florida Nebraska Statistic Tennessee Nebraska s First Downs 27 15 First Downs 16 30 524 Rush Yards -28 128 409 Rush Yards 297 Pass Yards 105 Pass Yards 125 187 Total Yards 629 269 Total Yards 315 534 - In one of the greatest performances Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 2, 1996 Nebraska sent Tom Osborne out on Miami, Fla., Jan. 2, 1998 - in college football history, top-ranked Nebraska became only the top in his final game as head coach, as the Huskers defeated second team ever to post perfect back-to-back national championship Tennessee, 42-17, giving Coach Osborne his third undefeated seasons with a 62-24 victory over No. 2 Florida. The 38-point margin national championship season in four years. was the second largest in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown. In a showdown between two of the top offenses in the nation, The Huskers trailed 10-6 at the end of the first period before the Husker defense would steal the spotlight early, forcing a pair of striking for 29 unanswered points in the second quarter. Lawrence Vol turnovers that led directly to touchdowns. Ahman Green opened Phillips’ 42-yard score gave NU a 13-10 advantage. Jamel Williams the scoring from one yard out, before Shevin Wiggins’ 10-yard TD then sacked Danny Wuerffel for a safety and NU added an Ahman run. Green touchdown run on the ensuing possession. After Kris Brown’s Leading 14-3 at halftime, Nebraska exploded for 21 points field goal made it 25-10, Michael Booker intercepted a Wuerffel in the third quarter. The Huskers used a strong ground game to pass and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown, giving the Huskers take control in the decisive quarter. Frost opened the period with a 32-10 cushion. Brown’s second field goal of the quarter extended touchdown runs of one and 11 yards, before Green scored from the lead to 35-10 at halftime. 22 yards out. Frost then added a nine-yard TD run in the fourth Tommie Frazier scored on a pair of long touchdowns in the quarter to put NU in front 42-10. second half - including a 75-yard TD run - to finish with 199 yards Green rushed for an Orange Bowl-record 206 yards and two rushing. NU rushed for an NCAA bowl-record 524 yards in the touchdowns, including 159 yards in the third quarter alone. performance and held Florida to minus-28 yards on the ground. Overshadowed in the offensive effort was a defense that held UT quarterback Peyton Manning to a season-low 134 yards in the air and forced three turnovers. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 165

166 2000 ALAMO BOWL 1998 HOLIDAY BOWL Football NEBRASKA - 66 ARIZONA - 23 NEBRASKA - 20 NORTHWESTERN - 17 Final Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Northwestern 3 14 0 0 17 6 3 0 Arizona 14 23 7 66 20 7 Nebraska 7 31 21 Nebraska 0 13 0 Northwestern Nebraska Nebraska Arizona s Statistic Statistic s 14 16 First Downs 12 First Downs 28 107 Rush Yards Rush Yards 476 232 87 193 151 160 Pass Yards Pass Yards 158 Total Yards 383 Total Yards 280 265 636 Kelvin Eafon’s one-yard touchdown Nebraska scored an NU and San Antonio, Texas, Dec. 30, 2000 - San Diego, Calif., Dec. 30, 1998 - NCAA bowl record 66 points while dominating Big Ten co-champion run with 6:08 remaining lifted fifth-ranked Arizona to a 23-20 Northwestern, 66-17. victory over No. 14 Nebraska, ending the Huskers’ four-game Trailing 10-7 early in the second quarter, the Huskers exploded bowl winning streak. for an NCAA bowl-record tying 31-point second quarter. Overall, In a wild fourth quarter that saw three lead changes, the Huskers rallied from a 16-13 deficit as Eric Crouch connected with Tracey NU outscored Northwestern 59-7 after the Wildcats took their only lead of the game. Wistrom for a four-yard touchdown to give the Huskers a 20-16 Eric Crouch opened NU's second-quarter scoring with a 50-yard lead with 10:55 remaining. Arizona came right back on its next possession, driving 68 touchdown run. NU then scored 24 straight before Northwestern's Damien Anderson ran for a 69-yard score. Bobby Newcombe's yards on nine plays, capped by Eafon’s touchdown. NU had a final 58-yard touchdown reception gave NU a 38-17 halftime lead. opportunity to regain the lead, driving to the UA 46-yard line before an Arizona interception. A 21-point third quarter, including Matt Davison’s 69-yard NU erased a 9-0 deficit to lead 13-9 at the half thanks to two touchdown reception Newcombe, put NU ahead 59-17. Place- from Arizona turnovers. Loran Kaiser’s fumble recovery set up a 25-yard kicker Josh Brown tied the NCAA bowl record for extra-point kick attempts (9) and extra-point kicks made (9).Dan Alexander ran for field goal by Kris Brown. On the Huskers’ next possession, Crouch an NU bowl-record 240 rushing yards. As a team, the Huskers had found wingback Shevin Wiggins for a 44-yard touchdown that gave an Alamo Bowl-record 476 rushing yards. the Huskers a 10-9 advantage. On the ensuing kickoff, Billy Legate forced a Wildcat fumble deep in UA territory, leading to Brown’s second field goal of the half as time expired. 2002 ROSE BOWL 2000 FIESTA BOWL MIAMI - 37 NEBRASKA - 31 NEBRASKA - 14 TENNESSEE - 21 Score by Quarters Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Final 21 Tennessee Miami 7 27 0 3 37 0 7 7 7 3 7 7 31 14 14 Nebraska 0 0 7 7 Nebraska Statistics Nebraska Miami Statistics Nebraska Tennessee First Downs 16 17 23 First Downs 18 321 Rush Yards 44 Rush Yards 110 197 Pass Yards 62 362 Pass Yards 267 148 259 311 469 Total Yards Total Yards 472 Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 2, 2000 - Playing in front of a sellout partisan Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 3, 2002 - No. 3 Nebraska defeated No. 6 Tennessee, 31-21, to finish the season 12-1 and ranked No. 2 in the AP poll. Nebraska crowd, the Huskers fell to Miami 37-14 in the BCS national championship game. NU jumped out to a 14-0 first-quarter lead, scoring on a Dan Alexander seven-yard touchdown run and on a 60-yard punt return Miami came out strong from the start and gained 472 yards by Bobby Newcombe. A Josh Brown 31-yard field goal and a UT of total offense, including 362 yards passing by quarterback Ken touchdown in the final seconds of the half gave the Huskers a 17-7 Dorsey. The victory capped Miami's perfect 12-0 campaign under halftime advantage. first-year head coach Larry Coker. The 11-2 Huskers were held to After the Vols closed to within 17-14 early in the third quarter, a season-low 259 yards, including 197 on the ground. the Huskers responded by marching 96 yards in nine plays. Fullback The Hurricanes opened the scoring, capitalizing on a trio of first-half Husker turnovers. Miami converted the miscues into 14 Willie Miller set up the touchdown with a career-long 47-yard run. points, helping the Hurricanes build a 34-point halftime lead. NU scored on the next play, as Eric Crouch connected with Aaron Fullback Judd Davies got Nebraska on the board late in the Golliday for a 13-yard touchdown pass to give the Huskers a 24-14 third quarter with a 16-yard TD run to cut the lead to 34-7. The lead. Huskers closed to within 20 points after DeJuan Groce returned a NU put the game out of reach with a 10-play, 99-yard drive, Miami punt 71 yards for a touchdown with more than 14 minutes capped by Correll Buckhalter’s two-yard touchdown run. Alexander rushed for 108 yards against the nation’s seventh-best rush defense. remaining. Miami's Todd Sievers kicked a 37-yard field goal to account for the final 37-14 margin. In the final game for Defensive Doordinator Charlie McBride, the Blackshirts held the Vols to just 44 yards rushing and forced two interceptions. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 166

167 2005 ALAMO BOWL 2002 INDEPENDENCE BOWL NEBRASKA - 32 MISSISSIPPI - 27 MICHIGAN - 28 NEBRASKA - 23 Football 1 2 3 4 Final Score by Quarters Final Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Michigan 28 7 7 7 7 Mississippi 0 14 10 3 27 32 15 7 7 3 Nebraska Nebraska 3 23 3 14 3 Michigan Nebraska Statistics Mississippi Nebraska s Statistic First Downs 16 23 First Downs 17 20 130 Rush Yards 151 52 Rush Yards 266 167 Pass Yards 270 Pass Yards 313 93 400 Total Yards 318 359 365 Total Yards San Antonio, Texas, Dec. 28, 2005 - Nebraska produced its greatest DeJuan Groce tied an NCAA record Shreveport, La., Dec. 27, 2002 - bowl comeback in school history, overcoming a 28-17 deficit with with his fourth punt return touchdown of the season, but the Huskers less than nine minutes left on its way to a thrilling 32-28 victory fell to Ole Miss, 27-23, in a loss that left NU with a 7-7 record, over No. 20 Michigan . ending its streak of winning seasons at 40 straight. The loss also Nebraska jumped out to a 7-0 lead after a 52-yard touchdown snapped the Huskers’ 11-game bowl winning streak against teams pass from Zac Taylor to Terrence Nunn. Michigan answered with from the Southeastern Conference. a pair of Chad Henne touchdown passes, before Taylor responded Nebraska jumped to a 10-0 lead in the game’s first 17 minutes, with another strike to Nate Swift to tie the game at the half. as Josh Brown connected on a 29-yard field goal before Jammal Jordan Congdon kicked his school-record 19th field goal of the Lord found Matt Herian for a 41-yard second-quarter touchdown. season to give NU a 17-14 lead midway through the third quarter, Eli Manning cut NU’s lead to 10-7 with an 11-yard touchdown before Henne threw for a touchdown and ran for another score to pass to Kerry Johnson before Groce's punt return put the Huskers put the Wolverines in front by 11. up 17-7. Toward Sanford scored from one yard out to pull the Rebels Cory Ross, who earned MVP honors after rushing for 161 yards within three at the half. on 28 carries, led N back with a 31-yard touchdown burst with U In the second half, Nebraska managed just 97 total yards and 8:08 left. Taylor then hit Todd Peterson for the two-point conversion two field goals. The teams exchanged field goals before Sanford’s Following a Michigan fumble, to trim Michigan's lead to 28-25. second one-yard scoring run gave the Rebels a 24-20 edge. Ole Taylor hit Nunn with the game-winning 13-yard touchdown strike Miss added another field goal with 4:38 remaining after NU had with 4:29 remaining. cut the lead to 24-23. ’s final play was a series of laterals that covered 62 The game yards and went all the way down to the NU 13. 2009 HOLIDAY BOWL 2003 ALAMO BOWL NEBRASKA - 33 NEBRASKA - 17 ARIZONA - 0 MICHIGAN STATE - 3 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Final Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 Arizona 3 3 0 0 0 Michigan State Nebraska 0 33 10 13 10 3 14 0 17 Nebraska 0 Arizona Nebraska Statistics Statistics Michigan State Nebraska First Downs 19 6 13 20 First Downs 63 Rush Yards 223 45 229 Rush Yards 173 Pass Yards 46 160 Pass Yards 156 Total Yards 396 109 174 Total Yards 389 9 , 200 30 . - Calif., , San Diego In one of Nebraska’s most dominant Dec Behind a stifling defense, San Antonio, Texas, Dec. 29, 2003 - bowl performances in history, the No. 20 Cornhuskers registered No. 22 Nebraska picked up its 10th victory of the year with a 17-3 their first-ever bowl shutout with a 33-0 whitewashing of Arizona in win over Michigan State. the 2009 Pacific Life Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium. It was Under Interim Head Coach Bo Pelini, the Blackshirts recorded also the first bowl shutout in Big 12 Conference history. five sacks and intercepted three passes to hold the Spartans to three NU notched its first 10-win season since 2003, while the points, equaling the lowest point total ever by a Husker bowl opponent. 33-point victory marked its largest bowl-game margin since a 66-17 NU held MSU without a touchdown and just 174 total yards, win over Northwestern in the 2000 Alamo Bowl. more than 200 yards below its season average.While the Blackshirts Led by All-American defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and kept MSU in check, Cory Ross did the offensive damage, rushing Holiday Bowl Defensive MVP Matt O’Hanlon, the Blackshirts’ for 138 yards and two touchdowns on a school-record 37 carries. performance was near perfection, surrendering just 109 total Ross scored on TD runs of 2 and 6 yards, as NU built a 14-point yards. The only serious Wildcat threat came on the final drive, when halftime lead that would hold up after a scoreless second half. they produced 72 of their 109 yards. The Husker defense forced its first turnover when Daniel An efficient and balanced offense led by Offensive MVP Niles Bullocks intercepted Jeff Smoker at the NU 36-yard line. The Paul finished with 396 total yards, including 223 rushing yards and Huskers quickly took advantage, as Ross scored the first of two 173 passing yards. Paul had four receptions for 123 yards, including second-quarter touchdowns, giving the Huskers a 10-3 lead they an NU bowl-record 74-yard touchdown catch. He finished the night would not relinquish. with 237 all-purpose yards, while fellow junior Alex Henery went 4-for-4 on field goals. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 167

168 2007 COTTON BOWL 2010 HOLIDAY BOWL Football AUBURN - 17 WASHINGTON - 19 NEBRASKA - 14 NEBRASKA - 7 1 2 3 4 Final Score by Quarters Score by Quarters Final 1 2 3 4 Nebraska 0 7 0 0 7 17 Auburn 7 7 3 0 0 7 2 10 Washington 19 7 7 0 0 Nebraska 14 Nebraska Statistics Washington Statistics Nebraska Auburn 21 14 First Downs 12 17 First Downs 268 91 Rush Yards 104 67 Rush Yards 72 98 Pass Yards 111 Pass Yards 126 340 Total Yards 189 Total Yards 230 178 Nebraska struggled to find its San Diego, Calif., Dec. 30, 2010 - Dallas, Texas, Jan. 1, 2007 - In a classic defensive struggle, No. 10 offensive rhythm against an inspired Washington defense in a 19-7 Auburn managed the only points of the second half on a 42-yard John loss to the Huskies in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl at third-quarter field goal t Vaughn o defeat No. 22 Nebraska, 17-14. Qualcomm Stadium. The Huskers fell to the Tigers despite surrendering just 178 total With the loss, the Huskers finished with a 10-4 mark for the yards, as both Auburn touchdowns came in the first half on drives second straight season. of less than 15 yards following NU turnovers. NU managed just 91 rushing yards as a team, led by Rex Nebraska was in position to tie or win the game late in the Burkhead’s 39 yards on 12 carries and Roy Helu’s 34 yards on 11 fourth quarter after senior linebacker Stewart Bradley recovered an carries. Helu closed his career as NU’s No. 4 all-time leading rusher Auburn fumble at the Tiger 42 with 5:24 remaining. The Huskers with 3,404 yards, including 1,245 in 2010. drove to the Auburn 27 before facing a fourth-and-11 at the 30. NU Chris Polk led the way for the Huskies with 177 yards on 34 incomplete. NU's field fell elected to go for it, but Zac Taylor's pass carries. The Huskies amassed 268 yards on the ground to overcome goal attempt would have been from 47 yards out and the longest another struggle in the air for Jake Locker against the Blackshirt Husker field goal of the 2006 season was just 40 yards. secondary. Locker finished just 5-of-16 passing for 56 yards. Nebraska scored on its opening possession, going 80 yards in Along with the strong running performance, the Huskies got help Brandon 15 plays capped by Nate Swift's 13-yard scoring reception. from the Huskers who committed 12 penalties for 102 yards, as well Jackson reeled off a 20-yard run nine minutes to tie the game with as turning the ball over twice on one fumble and one interception. to play in the first half. Vaughn posted the winning points in the third quarter, handing NU its fourth loss to a top-10 team on the year. 2012 CAPITAL ONE BOWL 2009 GATOR BOWL NEBRASKA - 26 SOUTH CAROLINA - 30 NEBRASKA - 13 CLEMSON - 21 Score by Quarters Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Final 0 14 7 0 0 13 0 13 0 Nebraska 21 Clemson 30 14 9 7 0 South Carolina 0 3 20 3 26 Nebraska Clemson Statistics Nebraska Nebraska Statistics South Carolina First Downs 16 14 14 17 First Downs 121 Rush Yards 125 137 4 Rush Yards 230 Pass Yards Pass Yards 116 236 206 Total Yards 210 351 253 Total Yards 361 , Fla. , Jan. 1, 200 9 - Nebraska scored 16 unanswered - 12 , Jan. 1, 20 Fla. , Orlando No. 20 Nebraska jumped to a 13-9 lead Jacksonville at the end of the first quarter, but No. 9 South Carolina scored the points to rally from an 11-point halftime deficit and post a 26-21 win over Clemson. game’s final 21 points in the Huskers’ 30-13 loss in the Capital All 21 Clemson points came off turnovers, as the Blackshirts held One Bowl at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Nebraska ended its 2011 season with a 9-4 overall record, its the Tigers to just 210 total yards, including only four yards rushing fourth consecutive nine-win season. on 26 attempts. Clemson scored first when DeAndre McDaniel found the end zone on a 28-yard fumble recovery. NU answered with an Nebraska scored first when Taylor Martinez hit Kenny Bell on Alex Henery field goal before an interception set Clemson up for a a 30-yard touchdown strike just over three minutes into the game. Brett Maher’s extra-point attempt was then blocked and scooped 25-yard touchdown pass with 19 seconds remaining in the first half. On the first drive of the third quarter, Joe Ganz found Nate Swift up by South Carolina’s Stephon Gilmore, who raced the other way for a 17-yard touchdown pass to close the gap to four. Following for a two-point return. USC used that momentum to take the lead on a Connor Shaw a fumbled punt, Clemson took over near midfield and completed a touchdown run on the ensuing drive before NU answered with its 41-yard touchdown pass to put the Tigers on top 21-10. Ganz then found Todd Peterson for a 19-yard touchdown midway second straight touchdown, an Ameer Abdullah 1-yard run to go ahead 13-9. The Huskers held that lead before Martinez threw an through the third quarter to open the run of 16 unanswered points. interception with 38 seconds left in the half. Alshon Jeffery then Henery secured the win by booting three field goals over the final 20 minutes. caught a 51-yard hail mary touchdown pass on the final play of the half. Ganz, the game’s MVP, completed 19-of-36 passes and threw Nebraska was unable to recover from the deflating end to the for a Nebraska bowl-record 236 yards in the win. first half, as USC scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns while limiting NU to 64 yards in the second half. 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169 2013 CAPITAL ONE BOWL 2014 HOLIDAY BOWL USC - 45 GEORGIA - 45 NEBRASKA - 31 NEBRASKA - 42 Football Final Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Nebraska 7 0 31 Nebraska 17 0 17 8 42 14 10 14 21 0 USC 45 Georgia 16 7 8 14 45 10 Nebraska Statistics USC Nebraska Statistics Georgia 28 First Downs 26 23 22 First Downs 144 194 162 Rush Yards 239 Rush Yards 204 Pass Yards 381 321 Pass Yards 427 Total Yards 443 Total Yards 589 515 525 Orlando , San Diego , Dec. 27 , 2014 - I n a high-scoring shootout Tommy Fla. , Jan. 1 Calif. , 2013 - No. 16 Nebraska hung tough with No. 7 , Georgia for three quarters, but a pair of Bulldog touchdown passes Armstrong Jr. racked up 422 yards of total offense, but Nebraska in the fourth quarter provided the margin in the Huskers’ 45-31 came up short in a 45-42 loss to No. 24 USC. loss in the Capital One Bowl. Armstrong completed a career-high 32-of-51 passes for a career- Nebraska ended its 2012 campaign with a 10-4 overall record best 381 yards and three touchdowns setting NU bowl records for that included a 7-1 Big Ten mark and a Legends Division title. yardage, completions and attempts. He added 41 rushing yards, Georgia, the SEC runner-up, finished with a 12-2 overall mark. including a 15-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. He followed Senior I-back Rex Burkhead led the Huskers with 140 yards up his scoring run with a two-point conversion pass to Kenny Bell and a touchdown on 25 carries, while adding four receptions for 39 to cut the lead to 45-42 after the Huskers trailed by 18 late in the third quarter. yards and another score in his final game as a Husker. Burkhead, who produced his 14th 100-yard rushing performance, With the Trojans leading 24-17 at halftime, the teams traded scores in the second half, with Nebraska continuing to show its fight closed his career with 3,329 yards at No. 5 on Nebraska’s all-time by battling back on several occasions. After USC took a 45-27 lead rushing list. He also became the 10th player in NU history with 30 career rushing touchdowns. Burkhead’s 357 rushing yards on 76 late in the third quarter, Nebraska made its final comeback push. attempts in four bowl games are both Nebraska records. Armstrong struck again before the end of the quarter, finding Jordan Westerkamp on a 65-yard touchdown pass to make it 45- Taylor Martinez added 46 yards on the ground to push his season 34 with 24 seconds left in the quarter. The Armstrong TD run and rushing total past 1,000 yards. He finished with 1,019 rushing two-point conversion cut the lead to three, but a late Nebraska drive yards in 2012 as just the fourth Husker quarterback to produce a ended on downs, dashing NU’s comeback hopes. 1,000-yard campaign. 2015 FOSTER FARMS BOWL 2014 GATOR BOWL NEBRASKA - 37 NEBRASKA - 24 UCLA - 29 GEORGIA - 19 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final 1 2 3 4 Score by Quarters Final 0 10 14 0 24 7 7 14 9 Nebraska 37 Nebraska UCLA 8 29 Georgia 0 9 3 7 19 7 14 0 UCLA Statistics Nebraska Statistics Georgia Nebraska First Downs 14 17 31 First Downs 22 Rush Yards Rush Yards 144 67 326 96 Pass Yards 174 319 320 163 Pass Yards 307 Total Yards 500 416 386 Total Yards , - 2015 Fla. , , Jan. 1 , Santa Clara, Calif., Dec. 26 2014 - Heroic efforts by Blackshirt defenders Nebraska rolled for a season-high Jacksonville 326 rushing yards and 500 yards of total offense to ground UCLA’s and the longest play from scrimmage in Nebraska football history high-powered passing attack and claim a 37-29 win over the Bruins sent a determined bunch of Husker seniors out with a dramatic in the Foster Farms Bowl on Saturday night. 24-19 victory over No. 22 Georgia in the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl at EverBank Field on New Year’s Day. Nebraska stuck with a smash-mouth game plan all night, scoring 30 unanswered points after falling behind 21-7 in the second quarter Nebraska, which secured its sixth consecutive nine-win season at Levi’s Stadium. Quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. accounted for under Coach Bo Pelini, finished the 2013 campaign with a 9-4 250 yards of total offense, including 76 rushing yards on 10 carries record. Georgia closed its season at 8-5. with one touchdown. He was also efficient through the air, completing Senior wide receiver Quincy Enunwa capped one of the top 12-of-19 passes for 174 yards and another score to earn offensive receiving careers in school history with a career-high 129 yards on MVP honors in the game. four receptions to earn TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl MVP honors. Armstrong was one of four Huskers to score rushing touchdowns Enunwa hauled in a pair of touchdown passes on the day, on the night after Christmas, joining seniors Imani Cross and Andy including a decisive 99-yard catch from sophomore quarterback Janovich and Los Angeles native Terrell Newby. Tommy Armstrong Jr. on 3rd-and-14 midway through the third quarter. The game-winning pass play was the longest play from scrimmage Devine Ozigbo didn’t hit paydirt, but he did rush for a career- in Nebraska football and Gator Bowl history. The play was set up after high 87 yards on a career-best 21 carries to lead three Huskers who Armstrong fumbled a shotgun snap on second down and managed to each rushed for more than 50 yards. Cross added 55 yards on 15 recover it just inches outside the NU end zone to save the Big Red totes. Overall, nine different Huskers recorded rushes in the bowl from a safety that would have trimmed the Husker lead to 17-14. game, including 31 yards on six carries by Janovich, a nifty 22-yard run by Jamal Turner in the first half, and a game-clinching 16-yard tight end reverse by Cethan Carter for Nebraska’s final first down. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 169

170 2016 MUSIC CITY BOWL Football TENNESSEE - 38 NEBRASKA - 24 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Final Nebraska 0 7 7 10 24 14 Tennessee 0 21 3 38 Statistics Tennessee Nebraska 25 First Downs 18 Rush Yards 230 61 Pass Yards 257 291 521 Total Yards 318 Dec. 30 Tenn. Nebraska fell behind 14-0 midway - 2016 , , Nashville , through the first half and was not able to recover in a 38-24 loss to Tennessee in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl at Nissan Stadium. Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs completed 23-of-38 passes for 291 yards and a touchdown, while adding 11 carries for 118 yards and a Music City Bowl-record three rushing touchdowns. Dobbs finished with 409 total yards and four scores to pace the Vols. Nebraska’s Ryker Fyfe, who drew the start in place of injured four-year starting quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. for the Huskers, answered with 243 yards on 17-of-36 passing. Fyfe threw a pair of touchdown passes to senior receiver Brandon Reilly, who finished with four catches for 98 yards. Nebraska got a strong effort from running back Devine Ozigbo, who finished with seven carries for 66 yards, but managed just 61 rushing yards as a team on 28 carries. But the Huskers produced just 318 yards of total offense, while Tennesse piled up 521 total yards, including 230 rushing yards. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 170

171 2002 Shane Komine, RHP (ABCA, BA) Nebraska Baseball Honors 2003 Matt Hopper, 1B (BA) 2003 Aaron Marsden, LHP (BA) Golden Spikes Award 2006 Luke Gorsett, OF (NCBWA) 1995 Darin Erstad (Finalist) 2011 Cody Asche, 3B (CB) 1999 Ken Harvey (Finalist) 2018 Jake Hohensee, RHP (NCBWA) (Winner) 2005 Alex Gordon Third-Team (29 Seasons; 37 Certificates) Brooks Wallace Award 1951 Bob Diers, OF 2005 Alex Gordon (Winner) 1952 Jerry Dunn, OF Baseball 1953 Ray Novak, P ABCA Player of the Year 1954 Fred Seger, IF 2002 Jed Morris (Finalist) 1955 Bill Giles, 1B 2005 Alex Gordon (Winner) 1965 Stan Bahnsen, RHP 1983 Dan Boever, OF (BA) Dick Howser Award 1985 Mike Duncan, 1B 2001 Shane Komine (Finalist) 1985 Bill McGuire, C 2001 Dan Johnson (Finalist) 1990 Kevin Jordan, 2B 2004 Alex Gordon (Finalist) 1993 Troy Brohawn, LHP (BA, NCBWA) 2005 Alex Gordon (Winner) 1993 Marc Sagmoen, OF (BA) 1997 Todd Sears, 1B (NCBWA) National Coach of the Year 2000 Justin Cowan, C (CB, NCBWA) 2001 Dave Van Horn (BA) 2000 Matt Hopper, DH (ABCA) 2001 John Cole, OF (CB) Two-Time First-Team All-Americans (2) 2002 Shane Komine, RHP (NBCWA) • Shane Komine (2000, 2001) 2002 Jed Morris, C (BA) • Alex Gordon (2004, 2005) 2003 Aaron Marsden, LHP (CB, NCBWA) 2003 Matt Hopper, 1B (CB, NCBWA) Three-Time All-Americans (2) 2005 Joba Chamberlain, RHP (CB) • Shane Komine (2000, 2001, 2002) 2005 Johnny Dorn, RHP (CB, NCBWA, ABCA) • Matt Hopper (2000, 2001, 2003) 2006 Ryan Wehrle, SS (CB) 2006 Tony Watson, LHP (NCBWA, CB) Two-Time All-Americans (3) 2008 Johnny Dorn, RHP (NCBWA) • Paul Meyers (1985, 1986) 2012 Michael Pritchard, DH (NCBWA) • Alex Gordon (2004, 2005) 2014 Chance Sinclair, RHP (CB) • Johnny Dorn (2005, 2008) 2017 Jake Meyers, UTL (BA, NCBWA) 2018 Scott Schreiber, 1B (ABCA) All-Americans (62 Seasons; 103 Certificates) First-Team (18 Seasons; 46 Certificates) ABCA - American Baseball Coaches Association; Key: 1950 Bob Cerv, OF (ABCA) BA - Baseball America 1956 Don Brown, INF (ABCA) BW - Baseball Weekly; 1972 Gene Stohs, OF (TSN) CB - Collegiate Baseball; 1982 Steve Stanicek, 1B (BA) CBI - College Baseball Insider; 1986 Paul Meyers, OF (TSN) NCBWA - National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association; 1993 Troy Brohawn, LHP (CB) PG - Perfect Game; 1993 Marc Sagmoen, OF (CB, USBA, NCBWA, ABCA) SW - Sports Weekly; 1995 Darin Erstad, OF (CB, BA, NCBWA, ABCA) TSN - The Sporting News 1999 Ken Harvey, 1B (CB, BA, BW, NCBWA, ABCA) Shane Komine, RHP (BW, CB, TSN, NCBWA) 2000 Big Eight Player of the Year (1) 2001 Shane Komine, RHP (CB) 1995 Darin Erstad, OF (Player) 2001 John Cole, OF/2B (ABCA, BA) 2001 Dan Johnson, 1B (BW, NCBWA, TSN) Big 12 Player of the Year (7) 2001 Matt Hopper, DH (TSN) 2000 Shane Komine, RHP (Pitcher) 2002 Jeff Leise, OF (ABCA) 2001 Shane Komine, RHP (Pitcher) 2002 Jed Morris, C (CB, BW, NCBWA, ABCA) 2002 Jed Morris, C (Player) 2004 Alex Gordon, 3B (ABCA, CB, SW, BA, NCBWA, CBI) 2003 Aaron Marsden, LHP (Pitcher) 2005 Alex Gordon, 3B (CB, SW, NCBWA, ABCA, BA) 2003 Matt Hopper, DH (Player) 2004 Alex Gordon, 3B (Player) Second-Team (15 Seasons; 20 Certificates) 2005 Alex Gordon, 3B (Player) 1955 Don Brown, IF 1966 Bob Churchich, IF (ABCA) Big Ten Freshman of the Year (1) 1973 Bob Munson, OF (ABCA) 2016 Chad Luensmann, RHP (Pitcher) 1985 Paul Meyers, OF (BA) 1993 Troy Brohawn, UTL (ABCA) Big Ten Coach of the Year (1) 2000 Shane Komine, RHP (BA, ABCA) 2017 Darin Erstad 2001 Shane Komine, RHP (ABCA, BA, TSN) 2001 John Cole, OF (TSN) 2001 Dan Johnson, 1B (ABCA, CB) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 171

172 Kip Gross 1986 New York Mets 4th Nebraska Baseball Draftees San Francisco Giants 4th Paul Meyers Chicago Cubs 16th Phil Harrison The following is a list of all Nebraska draftees, as well as those who signed free agent contracts since 1950. The Major 16th Larry Mims Baltimore Orioles League Baseball First-Year Player Draft began in 1965, while the Minnesota Twins Burt Beattie 30th secondary phase, which was for players who were drafted but did Turner Gill Cleveland Indians Free Agent Baseball not sign, was in effect until 1987. Free Agent Bill Mulligan Kansas City Royals Round Year Name Club New York Yankees 1987 Joel Sealer ! 36th Free Agent 1 950 New York Yankees Bob Cerv 1988 New York Mets 9th Pat Leinen ! 1952 Free Agent Cleveland Indians Bob Diers St. Louis Cardinals Tim Pettengill 22nd Free Agent Detroit Tigers William Giles 1954 24th St. Louis Cardinals John Lepley Fred Seger Chicago White Sox Free Agent 1955 Joe Federico 30th St. Louis Cardinals 1957 Don Brown Kansas City Athletics Free Agent Free Agent James Kane 1958 New York Yankees John Kohli Seattle Mariners 38th Free Agent New York Yankees Charles Ziegenbein Phil Goguen St. Louis Cardinals Free Agent Free Agent 1959 Dwight Siebler Philadelphia Phillies Pat Leinen 1989 26th Baltimore Orioles 1960 Free Agent Cleveland Indians Ely Churchich 35th Philadelphia Phillies Ken Sirak Phil Barth Baltimore Orioles Free Agent Cleveland Indians Free Agent Ken Ramos Free Agent Jan Wall New York Mets Don Purcell Free Agent Chicago White Sox Oakland Athletics Doug Twitty Free Agent Free Agent 1962 Keith Sieck Chicago White Sox 4th Milwaukee Brewers 1990 Bobby Benjamin 1964 Bob Hergenrader Minnesota Twins Free Agent Shawn Buchanan ! Pittsburgh Pirates 31st New York Yankees 1965 8th Stan Bahnsen Kevin Jordan New York Yankees 17th Gary Neibauer Atlanta Braves 2nd 1966 Dale Kistaitis Toronto Blue Jays 26th 1965 Bob Stickles Kansas City Athletics Free Agent Bob Churchich 1967 Atlanta Braves 31st Free Agent Doug Tegtmeier Seattle Mariners Ryan Kurosaki 1971 St. Louis Cardinals Free Agent 25th Chicago White Sox 1991 Shawn Buchanan 3rd Chicago White Sox Gene Stohs ! 1972 Oakland Athletics 26th Brian McArn 2nd Cleveland Indians Gene Stohs # 1973 Dave Matranga Salt Lake City Trappers Free Agent 1975 Minnesota Twins Free Agent Steve McManaman Free Agent Cleveland Indians Bill Vosik 26th Chicago Cubs Tim Carroll 1978 1978 Free Agent Texas Rangers Dan Dixon 1992 Jeff Murphy St. Louis Cardinals Free Agent Chicago Cubs Jim McManus# 1979 2nd Montreal Expos Free Agent Josh Bullock 9th Baltimore Orioles Jeff Hunter ! Marc Sagmoen 1993 Texas Rangers 13th Pete O’Brien Texas Rangers 15th 70th Florida Marlins Casey Deskins Val Primante Houston Astros 17th 4th San Francisco Giants Troy Brohawn 1994 22nd Joe Scherger ! New York Mets Tim Pettit Free Agent California Angels Derek Dukart New York Yankees 19th John Russo Free Agent Atlanta Braves 1995 Darin Erstad California Angels 1st (No. 1) 1980 Second Pittsburgh Pirates Tim Burke Alvie Shepherd Baltimore Orioles 1st (No. 21) 14th Texas Rangers Stan Haas Jed Dalton California Angels 19th 25th Boston Red Sox Jeff Hunter 35th Kansas City Royals Craig Sanders 26th San Diego Padres Joe Scherger Free Agent New York Mets Cliff Faust 1996 Mel Motley Cleveland Indians 29th Rick Evans Free Agent Kansas City Royals Los Angeles Dodgers Matt Meyer Free Agent 17th Los Angeles Dodgers Chris Chavez 1981 Pete Jenkins Free Agent Milwaukee Brewers 31st New York Mets Mike Harlander Colorado Rockies 1997 3rd Todd Sears Free Agent Philadelphia Phillies Darnell Clarke Patrick Driscoll Philadelphia Phillies 24th (No. 11) Steve Stanicek San Francisco Giants 1st 1982 Los Angeles Dodgers Steve Gehrke ! 12th Steve Fish 22nd Anaheim Angels Roger Hill Seattle Mariners 14th Francis Collins Cleveland Indians Free Agent John Mason 20th Toronto Blue Jays 32nd San Diego Padres Bryan Schmidt 1998 Todd Oakes ! Chicago White Sox 22nd Matt Schuldt 33rd Tampa Bay Devil Rays 23rd Toronto Blue Jays Dan Boever ! 1999 Kansas City Royals 5th Ken Harvey Free Agent Kansas City Royals Nick Richards 5th Texas Rangers Bob Sebra 1983 Brian Johnson Kansas City Royals 24th 8th Cincinnati Reds Dan Boever Free Agent Cleveland Indians Jay Sirianni Matt Butcher Minnesota Twins 14th 2000 6th Seattle Mariners Jamal Strong Anthony Kelley 18th Houston Astros 10th San Francisco Giants Adam Shabala 18th New York Yankees Turner Gill ! 16th Atlanta Braves Andy Bent 20th Todd Oakes San Francisco Giants Jeff Anderson ! Oakland Athletics 20th Justin Cowan 20th Kansas City Royals 32nd Steve Gehrke San Francisco Giants Chicago Cubs 25th Scott Fries 33rd Seattle Mariners Ben Amaya 27th Philadelphia Phillies Trevor Bullock Chicago White Sox 16th 1984 Jeff Anderson Chad Wiles Seattle Mariners Free Agent 1985 Bill McGuire Seattle Mariners 1st (No. 27) Adam Stern 2001 Atlanta Braves 3rd Jeffrey Mays Toronto Blue Jays 5th Seattle Mariners 5th John Cole 8th Minnesota Twins Mark Davis Dan Johnson Seventh Oakland Athletics Jeff Carter San Francisco Giants 9th Los Angeles Dodgers 10th Thom Ott 10th Oakland Athletics Mike Duncan Brian Rodaway Houston Astros 16th Minnesota Twins Burt Beattie ! 29th Shane Komine ! St. Louis Cardinals 19th Free Agent Salt Lake City Trappers Roger Webb 33rd San Francisco Giants R.D. Spiehs Free Agent John Walker Montreal Expos 36th San Francisco Giants Matt Hopper ! Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 172

173 Tanner Lubach 2015 Anaheim Angels 7th 2002 9th Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Jeff Leise ! 9th Oakland Athletics Shane Komine Blake Headley Chicago Cubs 20th 21st 21st Waylon Byers New York Yankees Josh Roeder Florida Marlins 27th San Diego Padres Colton Howell ! Oakland Athletics Jed Morris 36th 3rd 2016 Ryan Boldt Tampa Bay Rays 2nd 2003 Aaron Marsden Colorado Rockies 10th Max Knutson Matt Hopper Baltimore Orioles 12th Philadelphia Phillies Jeff Leise 12th San Diego Padres Ben Miller ! Pittsburgh Pirates 32nd 13th Jason Burch St. Louis Cardinals 21st 2017 Jake Meyers Houston Astros 24th 13th Seattle Mariners Drew Anderson Milwaukee Brewers Luis Alvarado ! Baseball 8th 26th 2004 Justin Pekarek Cleveland Indians Scott Schreiber ! Tampa Bay Rays Jake Mullinax 14th St. Louis Cardinals 2018 Scott Schreiber Houston Astros 9th St. Louis Cardinals 21st Jesse Wilkening Philadelphia Phillies 14th Mike Sillman 17th 26th Dustin Timm ! Luis Alvarado Milwaukee Brewers Los Angeles Angels Phil Shirek ! 44th Cleveland Indians Notes: ! - Drafted, but did not sign; # - January Secondary Quinton Robertson St. Louis Cardinals 44th 2005 Alex Gordon Kansas City Royals 1st (No. 2) 3rd Academic Honors Minnesota Twins Brian Duensing 5th New York Yankees Zach Kroenke Two-Time First-Team Academic All-American (1) Chicago Cubs Joe Simokaitis 10th • Jeff Leise (2002, 2003) 18th Seattle Mariners Curtis Ledbetter Washington Nationals 23rd Brett Jensen ! Three-Time Academic All-American (1) New York Yankees First (No. 41) 2006 Joba Chamberlain • Jeff Leise (2001, 2002, 2003) Jeff Christy 6th Minnesota Twins Luke Gorsett St. Louis Cardinals 7th Two-Time Academic All-American (2) 14th Brett Jensen Detroit Tigers • Gene Stohs (1970, 1972) 17th Tony Watson ! Baltimore Orioles • Ryan Boldt (2015, 2016) Ryan Wehrle ! Cincinnati Reds 18th St. Louis Cardinals Brandon Buckman 19th Academic All-Americans (21) San Francisco Giants 34th Jared Cranston First-Team (7) • Erik Mumm (1999) Drew Bowman 5th 2007 Cincinnati Reds • John Cole (2001) Matt Foust Pittsburgh Pirates 6th • Jeff Leise (2002) Tony Watson Pittsburgh Pirates 9th • Jeff Leise (2003) 13th Philadelphia Phillies Luke Wertz • Aaron Marsden (2003) 16th San Francisco Giants Steve Edlefsen • Brandon Buckman (2006) Andrew Brown St. Louis Cardinals 18th • DJ Belfonte (2010) 23rd Chicago White Sox Charlie Shirek Thad Weber ! Cincinnati Reds 35th Second-Team (10) 3rd Seattle Mariners 2008 Aaron Pribanic • Gene Stohs (1970) Dan Jennings 9th Florida Marlins • Adrian Fiala (1970) Chicago Cubs 12th Jake Opitz • Steve Achelpohl (1972) Florida Marlins 15th Johnny Dorn • Gene Stohs (1972) • Steve Oakley (1980) Thad Weber Detroit Tigers 16th • Matt Schuldt (1998) New York Yankees 19th Mitch Abeita • Jeff Leise (2001) 38th San Diego Padres Zach Herr • Shane Komine (2002) Mike Nesseth ! 2009 15th Los Angeles Angels • Daniel Bruce (2005) 24th Chicago White Sox Jeff Tezak • Casey Hauptman (2011) 38th Adam Bailey ! New York Yankees Kansas City Royals 8th 2010 Michael Mariot Third-Team (4) Oakland Athletics 16th Ryan Hughes • Todd Oakes (1983) Mike Nesseth Philadelphia Phillies 17th • Mark Kister (1985) 23rd Houston Astros Adam Bailey • Ryan Boldt (2015) 24th Boston Red Sox Sean Yost ! • Ryan Boldt (2016) 2011 Philadelphia Phillies 4th Cody Asche Casey Hauptman New York Mets 26th Kash Kalkowski ! Kansas City Royals 50th 2012 Travis Huber Minnesota Twins 23rd Kale Kiser Chicago White Sox 23rd Cleveland Indians Richard Stock 23rd Boston Red Sox 25th Khiry Cooper Chad Christensen ! Miami Marlins 35th 2013 Chad Christensen Minnesota Twins 25th 2014 Pat Kelly Minnesota Twins 12th Aaron Bummer Chicago White Sox 19th Milwaukee Brewers Zach Hirsch 19th Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 173

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175 Innings Pitched Individual Game Records Dennis O’Doherty vs. Colorado 4/26/74 13 Hits 6 Gene Torczon vs. Tulsa 4/5/58 Strikeouts by a Pitcher 6 Marc Sagmoen vs. Jamestown 3/13/92 17 Brent Friehauf vs. St. Cloud State 3/24/83 4/2/95 6 Darin Erstad vs. Missouri 17 Shane Komine vs. Kansas 4/8/00 6 4/25/96 Francis Collins vs. Nebraska-Omaha 6 John Cole vs. Kansas State 5/16/99 Strikeouts by a Relief Pitcher 6 4/11/06 Steve Edlefsen vs. Iowa 4/18/99 16 Shane Komine vs. Iowa State At Bats (any game) Baseball Jim Smith vs. Colorado (22 inn.) 4/24/74 10 Individual Season Records Games Played 72 Alex Gordon, 2005 At Bats (nine innings) 294 At Bats Jeff Leise, 2002 8 Alvie Shepherd vs. Washington 3/20/95 Runs 100 Ken Ramos, 1988 Patrick Johnson vs. Washington 8 3/20/95 Hits Francis Collins, 1997 109 Jeff Leise, 2002 109 Home Runs Total Bases Jed Morris, 2002 201 5/13/50 Bob Cerv vs. Iowa State 3 Doubles Cody Asche, 2011 27 4/28/82 Steve Stanicek vs. Bellevue College 3 Triples Shawn Buchanan, 1990 9 4/22/00 3 Dan Johnson vs. Texas A&M Home Runs 25 Dan Johnson , 2001 Dan Johnson at Southern Utah (DH 1) 3/6/01 3 RBIs 90 Mike Duncan, 1985 90 Jed Morris, 2002 Walks 91 Bobby Benjamin, 1988 Home Runs in an Inning Ken Harvey, 1999 Batting Average .478 Marc Sagmoen vs. St. John’s (1st) 2 3/20/93 38 Francis Collins, 1996 Longest Hit Streak 4/18/00 2 Matt Hopper vs. Western Illinois (2nd) Stolen Bases Scott Hooper, 1984 60 3/13/05 2 Curtis Ledbetter vs. South Dakota State (4th) Steve Stanicek, 1982 .930 Slugging Percentage 2 Brandon Fusilier vs. South Dakota State (4th) 3/13/05 Fielding Percentage 1.000 17 players most recent, Alex Henwood (2018) Triples Shane Komine, 2001 Innings Pitched 131.2 3/8/83 Dan Boever vs. Benedictine 3 36 Mike Bellows, 1994 Appearances Shawn Buchanan vs. Wayne State 2/12/90 3 Troy Brohawn, 1993 9 Complete Games 18 Joba Chamberlain, 2005 Starts Doubles Shane Komine, 2001 18 3 4/16/52 Bobby Reynolds vs. Kansas State 4 Jamie Rodrigue, 2000 Shutouts 3/22/86 3 Burt Beattie vs. Stetson Shane Komine, 2000 159 Strikeouts 5/7/88 3 Mate Borgogno vs. Missouri Justin Pekarek, 2004 Scoreless Innings 33.1 5/7/88 Joe Federico vs. Missouri 3 0.95 Earned Run Average Ray Novak, 1955 3 4/14/90 Kevin Jordan vs. Northern Colorado Wins Shane Komine, 2001 14 4/29/90 Sean McKenna vs. Missouri 3 Pat Driscoll, 1997 Losses 8 4/13/95 3 Jed Dalton vs. Creighton Shane Komine, 2001 8 Conference Wins 3 Jed Dalton vs. Oklahoma 5/6/95 Troy Brohawn, 1993 8 3 Francis Collins vs. South Dakota 3/20/97 Saves Brett Jensen, 2004 16 3 Francis Collins vs. Kansas State 4/5/97 Winning Pct. 1.000 12 Players (min. 5 wins) Justin Cowan vs. Jacksonville State 3 2/21/99 most recent, Kyle Kubat (2013, 5-0) 3/15/00 Will Bolt vs. Arkansas 3 4/23/03 Curtis Ledbetter vs. South Dakota 3 3/7/04 Alex Gordon vs. West Virginia 3 Individual Career Records 3/25/07 Andrew Brown vs. Missouri 3 254 Games Played Matt Hopper, 2000-03 5/18/10 DJ Belfonte vs. Creighton 3 Matt Hopper, 2000-03 247 Games Started Cody Asche vs. Missouri State 3 2/20/11 At Bats Matt Hopper, 2000-03 966 3 5/21/11 Cody Asche vs. Missouri Matt Hopper, 2000-03 Runs Scored 246 3/9/14 Michael Pritchard vs. St. John’s 3 338 Hits Matt Hopper, 2000-03 2/24/17 Angelo Altavilla vs. Utah 3 591 Total Bases Matt Hopper, 2000-03 Doubles 56 Will Bolt, 1999-02 Runs Scored Triples Shawn Buchanan, 1988-91 21 Jim Bailey vs. Chicago State 3/16/99 7 Home Runs 64 Matt Hopper, 2000-03 7 Ken Harvey vs. Chicago State 3/16/99 Walks Drawn Bobby Benjamin, 1988-90 223 RBIs 271 Matt Hopper, 2000-03 Runs Batted In Batting Average .451 Marc Sagmoen, 1992-93 Gene Torczon vs. Tulsa 10 4/5/58 Stolen Bases Jeff Carter, 1982-85 103 10 3/16/99 Craig Moore vs. Chicago State Johnson, 2000-01 Dan .791 Slugging Pct. Innings 431.0 Shane Komine, 1999-02 Stolen Bases Jeff Chesnut, 2013-16 92 Appearances Bob Cerv vs. Iowa State 5/13/50 5 Shane Komine, 1999-02 18 Complete Games 4/11/83 Jeff Carter vs. Iowa State 5 Shane Komine, 1999-02 Starts 59 5 Scott Hooper vs. Northwestern (Iowa) 4/24/84 Shutouts 6 Jamie Rodrigue, 2000-03 Strikeouts 510 Shane Komine, 1999-02 Ben Amaya, 1982-83 ERA (min. 40 inn.) 1.78 Walks Drawn 41 Shane Komine, 1999-02 Wins 5 4/18/49 Tom Novak vs. Denver College Dan Buehrer, 1973-76 17 Losses Jim Bailey vs. Chicago State 5 3/16/99 Josh Roeder, 2013-15 33 Saves Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 175

176 Batting Average Team Game Records Year Mark No. Player Category No. Opponent, Date 1999 Ken Harvey .478 1. Longest Game by Innings Colorado 2, Nebraska 1, 4/26/74 22 Steve Smith .459 1959 2. 77 vs. Colorado, 4/26/74 At Bats 3. .454 Marc Sagmoen 1993 50 Runs Scored vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 Steve Stanicek .449 4. 1982 vs. Oklahoma State, 4/8/95 37 Opponent Runs Scored Baseball .446 Don Brown 5. 1955 Margin of Victory 47 50-3 vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 .446 Marc Sagmoen 1992 Okla. State 37, Nebraska 18, 4/8/95 Combined Runs 55 7. .444 Bob Cerv 1950 vs. Washington (4th), 3/20/95 Runs Scored in an Inning 17 1996 .424 8. Francis Collins 35 Hits vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 9. Todd Sears 1997 .421 Doubles vs. Creighton, 5/18/10 11 10. 2001 .418 John Cole Triples 6 vs. Wayne State, 3/1/85 vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 9 Home Runs At Bats 73 Total Bases vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 Mark Player No. Year RBIs 48 vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 1. 2002 Jeff Leise 294 vs. Chicago State, 3/16/99 RBIs, Both Teams 51 2005 Curtis Ledbetter 288 2. vs. Northwest Missouri State, 3/4/87 19 Walks Francis Collins 3. 284 1997 19 vs. Fort Hays State, 3/18/89 4. 277 Joe Simokaitis 2005 vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 3/16/95 13 Stolen Bases 272 Jed Morris 2002 5. Strikeouts by Nebraska vs. UCLA, 3/5/11 21 2003 Jeff Leise 271 6. 22 Strikeouts of Opponent UL-Lafayette (15 inn.), 2/20/09 267 2001 Adam Stern 7. Walks Allowed 20 vs. Wichita State, 4/8/87 264 Jed Dalton 1995 8. vs. Oklahoma State, 4/8/95 26 Hits Allowed 261 1985 9. Burt Beattie Ken Ramos 10. 1988 258 Season Team Records Hits Category No. Year No. Player Year Mark 2005 57 Wins Francis Collins 1. 109 1997 1983 Consecutive Wins 26 2002 Jeff Leise 109 Losses 1997 35 Ken Harvey 107 3. 1999 1985 Batting Average .339 104 4. Jed Morris 2002 .548 Slugging Percentage 1985 5. 103 Darin Erstad 1995 At Bats 2005 2,448 Paul Meyers 6. 1985 100 Runs Scored 676 1985 John Cole 100 2001 Hits 2001 787 1997 Todd Sears 8. 98 154 Doubles 2002 1988 Ken Ramos 96 9. 1980 38 Triples 2005 Alex Gordon 94 10. 93 1985 Home Runs Total Bases 1,228 1985 Runs Scored 1985 RBIs 603 No. Year Player Mark 1988 565 Walks 100 Ken Ramos 1988 1. 196 Stolen Bases 1984 Larry Mims 1985 99 2. 1997 454 Strikeouts 86 Paul Meyers 1985 3. 1988 Double Plays Turned 80 85 1985 4. Jeff Carter 2005 Games Played 72 84 5. 1995 Darin Erstad 1965 2.64 Lowest ERA 6. Francis Collins 1997 83 1980 31 Complete Games Alex Gordon 2005 79 7. 2005 643.0 Innings Pitched Todd Sears 1997 8. 78 538 Strikeouts of Opponent 2005 1999 Ken Harvey 77 9. 15 Shutouts 1979 77 Dan Johnson 2001 2004 43.1 Consecutive Scoreless Innings 2005 23 Saves 2013 .981 Fielding Percentage RBIs Year No. Mark Player 1985 Mike Duncan 90 1. 2002 90 Jed Morris Single Season Batting Records 3. 86 Paul Meyers 1985 Games Played 86 Ken Harvey 1999 Mark Player Year No. 2001 Dan Johnson 86 2005 Alex Gordon 72 1. Matt Hopper 85 2001 6. 2. 1988 Bobby Benjamin 71 7. 1993 Marc Sagmoen 79 71 Ken Ramos 1988 1997 79 Todd Sears 71 2005 Curtis Ledbetter Bobby Benjamin 9. 78 1988 1985 5. 69 Jeff Carter Darin Erstad 10. 76 1995 69 1985 Burt Beattie 69 Larry Mims 1985 69 Joe Simokaitis 2005 69 Daniel Bruce 2005 10. Rich King 1985 68 68 Sean Buchanan 1990 68 Bobby Benjamin 1990 Kevin Jordan 68 1990 2002 Jed Morris 68 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 176

177 Singles Walks No. Mark Player Year Year Player Mark No. Francis Collins 86 1. 1997 1. 91 Bobby Benjamin 1988 1996 Francis Collins 79 2. 2. 81 Jeff Carter 1985 2002 1985 Jeff Leise 78 3. 3. 72 Larry Mims 4. 2005 Joe Simokaitis 75 4. 68 Ken Ramos 1988 2012 1989 Bobby Benjamin 66 5. Michael Pritchard 72 5. 2001 6. 70 John Cole 66 Bobby Benjamin 1990 70 1979 2013 Pat Kelly 7. 65 Val Primante 63 8. 2001 Dan Johnson 8. 69 Larry Mims 1985 2005 Alex Gordon 63 2013 69 Chad Christensen Baseball 62 68 10. Ken Harvey 1997 Todd Sears 10. 1999 Doubles Sacrifice Flies Mark No. Mark Player Year No. Year Player 12 2011 Cody Asche 27 1. Jed Morris 2002 1. Mike Duncan 26 2. 2. 8 Burt Beattie 1985 1985 26 1988 2002 8 Ken Ramos Jed Morris Burt Beattie 24 4. Bill Vosik 1990 1986 8 1994 Derek Dukart 24 2017 Angelo Altavilla 8 1980 6. 7 Joe Scherger 6. 23 Justin Cowan 2000 7. 1985 Mike Duncan 7 22 Dan Boever 1983 Jed Dalton Brian McArn 1990 22 1995 7 1999 Brandt Vlieger 7 22 Alvie Shepherd 1995 Gabe Garcia 1997 7 Justin Cowan 2000 22 John Grose 7 Alex Gordon 22 2005 2002 22 Pat Kelly 7 2005 Daniel Bruce 2014 2006 22 Ryan Wehrle Strikeouts Triples Mark Player Year No. 70 Year No. Mark 1988 Bobby Benjamin Player 1. 1993 1. 2. Matt McKay 9 Shawn Buchanan 1990 69 2. Roger Hill 1981 3. 66 Bobby Benjamin 1989 8 4. 1994 Matt McKay 64 1983 Dan Boever 8 1987 5. 8 Joe Federico Jeff Leise 2002 57 1978 Bob Gebler 7 5. 2018 Jaxon Hallmark 57 7 7. 56 Rich King 1986 1978 Steve Oakley Andy Sawyers 1997 1979 Pete O’Brien 7 56 Harold Bright 1982 7 56 Matt Hopper 2002 7 1986 1986 Larry Mims 10. 55 Curtiss Heflin 7 1988 Ken Sirak 55 Daniel Bruce 2004 1991 7 Shawn Buchanan 1995 7 Darin Erstad Total Bases Matt Meyer 1996 7 Player No. Mark Year Will Bolt 7 1999 1. 201 Jed Morris 2002 Jeff Leise 7 2003 2. 194 Darin Erstad 1995 Ken Harvey 193 1999 3. 2005 Alex Gordon 181 4. Home Runs 5. 1985 178 No. Mark Player Year Paul Meyers 25 2001 Dan Johnson 1. 1993 Marc Sagmoen 176 6. 7. Todd Sears 23 2. 1997 173 Ken Harvey 1999 173 2002 Dan Johnson 2001 Jed Morris 23 Matt Hopper 1982 Steve Stanicek 172 9. 4. 22 2003 Jeff Leise 2002 1988 5. 21 Bobby Benjamin 172 2000 21 Dan Johnson 2000 Matt Hopper 21 Slugging Percentage 8. Steve Stanicek 1982 20 Player Mark No. Year 1995 Darin Erstad 19 9. Steve Stanicek 1. .930 1982 2005 Alex Gordon 19 2. .862 Ken Harvey 1999 3. .859 Marc Sagmoen 1993 Bases 2000 Dan Johnson 4. .849 Stolen Player Mark No. 5. .814 Joe Federico 1989 Year 6. 1984 Scott Hooper 60 1. 1995 Darin Erstad .773 2. 2004 Alex Gordon .754 7. Ken Ramos 1989 46 3. .752 Dan Johnson 2001 8. 43 Jeff Carter 1984 1983 9. .747 Dan Boever 4. 41 Jeff Carter 1985 Todd Sears .742 10. 1997 41 Eddie Anderson 1990 6. Larry Mims 1986 37 7. 36 Chris Chavez 1981 8. 35 Jamal Strong 2000 1988 9. 34 Ken Ramos 1999 Jamal Strong 34 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 177

178 Wins Extra-Base Hits Year Player No. Mark No. Mark Player Year 2001 Shane Komine 14 1. 1. 2002 Jed Morris 50 13 2. 1995 2. 46 Troy Brohawn 1993 Darin Erstad 3. 12 Johnny Dorn 2005 Alex Gordon 45 3. 2005 4. 4. Shane Komine 2000 1982 Steve Stanicek 44 11 Baseball 5. 43 Mike Duncan 1985 5. 10 Phil Harrison 1984 42 1983 6. Dan Boever 1988 Pat Leinen 10 Dave Matranga 1990 42 Marc Sagmoen 1993 10 8. 41 Alex Gordon 2004 2002 Shane Komine 10 Quinton Robertson 2003 9. 40 Cody Asche 2011 10 10. 2005 Joba Chamberlain 39 Joe Federico 1988 10 39 Ken Harvey 1999 2006 10 Johnny Dorn 2001 Dan Johnson 39 10 Tony Watson 2006 On-Base Percentage Losses Player Year Player Mark Year No. No. Mark 1. 1997 .574 8 1. Marc Sagmoen 1993 Pat Driscoll 1974 Dave Buehrer .569 Steve Stanicek 1982 7 2. 2. Ken Harvey 7 Dale Kistaitis 1989 .558 3. 1999 .543 Todd Sears 1997 7 4. Tom Bergan 1994 5. .540 Terrance Batiste 1988 7 1999 Scott Fries 6. Val Primante 2007 Charlie Shirek 7 .530 1979 Chance Sinclair 2015 7 7. .526 Bob Munson 1973 Luis Alvarado 2018 7 1983 Ben Amaya 8. .520 Numerous players tied 6 9. 1996 Francis Collins .519 9. 2005 Alex Gordon .518 10. Saves No. Mark Year Player Hit By Pitch 1. No. Mark Year Player 16 Brett Jensen 2005 Daniel Bruce 2002 28 1. 2. 15 Josh Roeder 2015 13 1996 Brett Jensen 2006 3. 2. 24 Corey Miller Derek Dukart 1994 2016 Chad Luensmann 13 3. 21 21 Dave Crain 1995 13 Jake Hohensee 2018 12 2014 6. Josh Roeder 21 Kash Kalkowski 2013 6. 18 2000 2001 Thom Ott 11 7. Brandt Vlieger 10 8. 18 DJ Belfonte 2007 Mike Bellows 1994 10 18 Bryan Peters 2010 2017 Luis Alvarado 18 Bryan Peters 2011 9 1992 Steve Boyd 10. 2003 Jake Mullinax 10. 17 Pitched Innings No. Mark Player Year Single Season Pitching Records Shane Komine 131.2 1. 2001 2000 Shane Komine 124.2 2. Games Started No. Mark Player Year 118.2 Joba Chamberlain 2005 3. 2001 Aaron Marsden 115.0 4. Shane Komine 18 1. 2003 1993 111.0 5. 18 Joba Chamberlain 2005 Troy Brohawn 1997 6. 108.0 Steve Fish 1988 Pat Leinen 17 3. 106.1 17 7. Johnny Dorn 2008 1994 Tom Bergan Scott Fries 1999 2004 Zach Kroenke 104.0 8. 17 2000 2005 104.0 Johnny Dorn Shane Komine 17 10. 1985 103.2 7. 16 Jamie Rodrigue Roger Webb 2002 2003 Aaron Marsden 16 Zach Kroenke 16 2005 Strikeouts 16 Johnny Dorn 2007 Year Player No. Mark 16 Chance Sinclair 2014 1. 159 Shane Komine 2000 157 2. 2001 Shane Komine 3. Earned Run Average (min. 40 IP) 2005 130 Joba Chamberlain Troy Brohawn 123 4. Year Player No. Mark 1993 Bill McGuire 1.29 1. 5. 115 2002 1984 Shane Komine Jake Meyers 2016 113 2. 1.42 2003 Aaron Marsden 6. 2014 Joba Chamberlain 2006 3. 1.72 102 7. Zach Hirsch Johnny Dorn 2008 102 1977 Kirk Eymann 1.75 4. 1967 1.77 5. 9. 98 Phil Harrison 1986 Al Furby 1992 95 6. 1.81 Mike Zajeski 2013 10. Kyle Kubat 2012 Dylan Vogt 1.84 7. Reece Eddins 2016 8. 1.85 1.88 1984 Roger Webb 9. 2005 1.96 Brett Jensen 10. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 178

179 Walks Wild Pitches Player No. Mark Player Year Year No. Mark 1985 Mark Davis Phil Goguen 18 1. 74 1. 1987 2. 72 Phil Harrison 1987 John Kohli 18 1986 Cody Winget 1994 1994 Cody Winget 17 3. 3. 66 4. 4. 1981 Bob Sebra 64 1988 John Lepley 14 1995 14 Alvie Shepherd 64 Phil Harrison 1984 Jeff Strasser 6. 1994 13 6. 59 Jeff Mays 1985 1987 Phil Goguen 1988 Doug Tegtmeier 12 7. 7. 58 56 8. 1993 Alvie Shepherd 12 1985 John Lepley 56 Troy Brohawn 1993 1995 Justin Gomes 12 Baseball 1990 Armando Garza 11 10. 1989 Doug Tegtmeier 53 10. Josh Bullock 1991 11 11 Jeff Nollette 1993 Hits Allowed 2001 Shane Komine 11 No. Mark Player Year 11 2004 Zach Kroenke 1. 2001 Shane Komine 129 2. 126 Roger Webb 1985 Hit Batters 126 Pat Driscoll 1997 Year Player No. Mark Josh Bullock 1992 4. 124 5. 17 2008 Johnny Dorn 1. 122 Scott Fries 1999 2. 6. Tom Bergan 1994 2002 Aaron Marsden 15 119 Brian Martin 112 7. 1993 3. 14 Johnny Dorn 2007 111 8. 1997 Steve Fish 14 Mike Nesseth 2009 1993 2003 Aaron Marsden 110 9. 5. Alvie Shepherd 13 10. 1996 Jonas Armenta 13 2002 Jamie Rodrigue 107 2018 13 Luis Alvarado Steve Fish 1996 8 . 12 Appearances Jonas Armenta 1995 11 9. No. Mark Player Year 2005 Zach Kroenke 11 Mike Bellows 36 1. 1994 Tony Watson 2006 11 1991 2. 35 Dave Matranga 2011 Brandon Pierce 11 34 Dave Matranga 1990 3. 4. 33 Brett Jensen 2005 Winning Percentage 5. 32 Spencer Van Linge 1997 (Minimum five wins) 1988 No. Pct. Player Year McGraw Milhaven 31 6. 1.000 31 Zach Hirsch 2014 1993 1. Troy Brohawn (13-0) Shane Komine (10-0) 2002 Jeff Chesnut 2015 31 1.000 9. 30 Gary Nolting 1978 2005 Brian Duensing (8-0) 1.000 Dylan Vogt 2013 1977 30 Steve McManaman (6-0) 1.000 Roger Webb (6-0) 2016 Jeff Chesnut 30 1984 1.000 1982 1.000 Chris Knust (5-0) 1.000 Tom Holmes (5-0) 1982 Complete Games 1.000 1988 Paul Henry (5-0) Player No. Mark Year 1992 John Izumi (5-0) 1.000 9 1. Troy Brohawn 1993 1.000 Steve Hale (5-0) 2001 Tim Burke 1980 2. 8 Brett Jensen (5-0) 2006 1.000 1980 Cliff Faust 8 2013 1.000 Kyle Kubat (5-0) 8 Steve Fish 1997 1977 Kirk Eymann 7 5. 1981 Steve Gehrke 7 Single Season Fielding Records 7 1989 Pat Leinen Putouts 7 Shane Komine 2001 Year Mark 1978 Jeff Costello 6 9. No. Player 2005 1980 Steve Gehrke 6 1. 655 Curtis Ledbetter Todd Oakes 6 1997 Todd Sears 551 2. 1982 3. 549 Bobby Benjamin 1990 6 Roger Webb 1985 Brandon Buckman 2006 Phil Harrison 1986 4. 533 6 2000 1984 Mike Duncan 526 5. Shane Komine 6 2002 6. 507 Matt Hopper Kash Kalkowski 7. 2013 494 Shutouts 488 8. Matt Hopper 2003 Player Year No. Mark 2011 481 Kurt Farmer 9. 4 Jamie Rodrigue 1. 2000 10. Pete O’Brien 1979 475 2. 3 Stan Bahnsen 1965 3 1966 Gary Neibauer 2 4. 1984 Assists Phil Harrison No. Year Player Mark 2000 Shane Komine 2 2002 2 Jamie Rodrigue 1. 222 Joe Simokaitis 2005 2 2002 2016 Aaron Marsden 2. 198 Jake Schleppenbach 3. 2 Tom Lemke 2010 194 Joe Simokaitis 2003 194 2016 Steven Reveles 192 Jake Schleppenbach 5. 2017 6. 189 Pat Kelly 2014 7. 185 Bryan Schmidt 1997 8. 183 Darin Petersen 1994 9. 181 Ken Sirak 1988 2011 10. 175 Chad Christensen 2013 Pat Kelly 175 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 179

180 At Errors Bats Player Year No. Years Player No. Mark Mark Larry Mims 1985 38 2000-03 Matt Hopper 966 1. 1. 922 2. 32 1999-02 Will Bolt 2. Burt Beattie 1985 Jeff Leise 881 3. 1984 31 2000-03 Jeff Carter 3. 4. 871 Joe Simokaitis 2002-05 4. 29 Curtiss Heflin 1986 Baseball 5. 1988 Ken Sirak 836 Darin Petersen 1992-95 25 5. 6. 6. DJ Belfonte 2007-10 1978 John Russo 24 799 2014-17 Ben Miller 794 7. 24 Ben Amaya 1983 788 Chad Christensen 2010-13 8 8. 23 1982 Dan Boever 788 Scott Schreiber 2015-18 23 Darin Petersen 1992 Tim Seaton 10. 787 Daniel Bruce 23 1992 2002-05 Fielding Percentage (Minimum 100 chances) Hits Player No. Mark Player Year Years Mark No. 1. 338 Matt Hopper 2000-03 1969 Arnold Placke 1.000 1. 1980 1.000 2. 305 Stan Haas Jeff Leise 2000-03 1.000 1983 3. Scott Hooper 1999-02 Will Bolt 281 261 Darin Erstad 1993-95 1990 Eddie Anderson 1.000 4. 5. Scott Schreiber 1993 Jed Dalton 1.000 2015-18 259 6. Michael Pritchard 2001-14 251 1.000 Marc Sagmoen 1993 1994 7. 250 Paul Meyers 1984-86 1.000 Jed Dalton 2002-05 8. 249 Joe Simokaitis Adam Shabala 1.000 2000 9. 1992-95 Jed Dalton 1.000 Bubbs Merrill 2003 248 2010-13 Chad Christensen 2005 247 10. Brandon Buckman 1.000 Tyler Farst 1.000 2008 1.000 Adam Bailey 2010 Doubles 1.000 Rich Sanguinetti 2013 No. Mark Player Years 1.000 Chad Christensen 2013 56 1. 1999-02 Will Bolt Taylor Fish 2014 1.000 Matt Hopper 2000-03 55 2. 2016 Jake Meyers 1.000 2002-05 Daniel Bruce 55 2018 1.000 Alex Henwood Alex Gordon 2003-05 4. 53 5. Jed Dalton 1992-95 47 Curtis Ledbetter 47 2003-05 Darin Erstad Career Batting Records 1993-95 7. 46 46 Todd Sears 1995-97 Batting Average 2009-11 46 Cody Asche Player No. Mark Years 10. 1984-86 Paul Meyers 45 Marc Sagmoen 1992-93 .451 1. Michael Pritchard 2011-14 45 2. .426 Ken Harvey 1997-99 .409 Don Brown 1954-56 3. 1996-97 4. .401 Francis Collins Triples No. Mark Todd Sears .387 Player 5. Years 1995-97 Shawn Buchanan 1988-91 1999-01 John Cole .380 6. 1. 21 7. .370 1987-89 2000-03 Jeff Leise 20 2. Ken Ramos 8. 18 Joe Scherger 1977-80 3. Brian McArn .369 1990-91 4. .367 Jed Morris 1980-82 2001-02 Steve Stanicek 9. 16 10. 1987-89 .364 Dan Johnson 2000-01 Ken Sirak 16 1989-90 Bill Vosik .363 11. Ken Ramos 16 1990-91 14 Roger Hill 1981-82 1988 .360 12. 7. Mate Borgogno .359 Bob Munson 13 1995-96 8. 1970-73 Matt Meyer 13. 1999-02 13 Will Bolt .359 Steve Stanicek 1980-82 1982-83 Dan Boever 10. 11 Alex Gordon 2003-05 .358 15. 16. .357 Mark Kister 1985-87 17. .356 Darin Erstad 1993-95 Home Runs Adam Shabala .355 18. 1999-00 Player No. Mark Years 19. Alex Gordon .353 2003-05 1. 64 Matt Hopper 2000-03 Matt Meyer .351 1995-96 20. 2. Bobby Benjamin 1988-90 48 .351 Richard Stock 2012 Dan Johnson 2000-01 46 3. 2011-14 Michael Pritchard .351 44 2003-05 4. Alex Gordon 44 2015-18 Scott Schreiber Slugging Percentage 1980-82 Steve Stanicek 42 6. 41 7. 1993-95 Player Years Darin Erstad No. Mark 1984-86 8. 36 1. Paul Meyers .791 Dan Johnson 2000-01 2. 9. Marc Sagmoen 1992-93 1997-99 Ken Harvey 35 .782 Rich King .736 1997-99 Ken Harvey 3. 10 . 34 1983-86 2003-05 34 Curtis Ledbetter .715 Steve Stanicek 1980-82 4. 1982-83 Dan Boever .688 5. .674 Jed Morris 2001-02 6. 7. .657 Alex Gordon 2003-05 .655 1998-99 8. Jeff Hedman 1987-88 9. .649 Joe Federico .648 10. Mike Duncan 1984-85 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 180

181 Games Played Total Bases Years Player No. Mark Player Years No. Mark 2000-03 Matt Hopper 254 1. 591 Matt Hopper 2000-03 1. 2. 251 2. 2000-03 1999-02 463 Jeff Leise Will Bolt 245 3. 2003-05 Alex Gordon 447 2002-05 Daniel Bruce 3. Darin Erstad 2002-05 Joe Simokaitis 238 4. 446 4. 1993-95 5. 441 229 Darin Petersen 1992-95 5. Scott Schreiber 2015-18 1981-85 6. 227 6. Kurt Eubanks 421 Paul Meyers 1984-86 Steve Stanicek 1980-82 2005-08 Jake Opitz 405 225 7. 7. 8. 1999-02 Will Bolt 396 8. 222 Jeff Leise 2000-03 9. 391 1995-97 Todd Sears 9. 220 DJ Belfonte 2007-10 Baseball 10. 1986-89 Bruce Wobken 218 10. Curtis Ledbetter 378 2003-05 Runs Hit by Pitch Scored Years Years Player No. Mark No. Mark Player 1. 2002-05 Daniel Bruce 67 1. 246 Matt Hopper 2000-03 2. 2007-10 DJ Belfonte 59 2. 210 Jeff Leise 2000-03 47 Kash Kalkowski 2009-13 3. 1987-89 Ken Ramos 204 3. Bryan Peters 47 2010-13 4. 198 Joe Scherger 1977-80 Will Bolt 2009-12 Kale Kiser 46 5. 1999-02 5. 197 Jed Dalton 2003-05 Alex Gordon 37 6. 6. 190 1992-95 37 7. 189 Todd Sears 1995-97 Nick Sullivan 2006-09 8. 1984-86 Paul Meyers 188 8. 36 Jake Mort 2006-09 188 Bobby Benjamin 1988-90 9. 34 Dave Crain 1994-95 10. 1993-95 Darin Erstad 188 31 Jed Dalton 1992-95 188 2003-05 Alex Gordon Flies Sacrifice Player Runs Batted In No. Mark Years 16 Years No. Mark Player 2000-03 1. Matt Hopper 271 Jed Dalton Matt Hopper 2000-03 1992-95 2. 14 1. 2. Jed Morris 2001-02 14 209 Paul Meyers 1984-86 1995-97 Todd Sears 191 3. 2005-08 Jake Opitz 14 Bobby Benjamin 1999-02 Will Bolt 13 5. 189 4. 1988-90 13 2003-05 189 Alex Gordon DJ Belfonte 2007-10 12 1993-95 Darin Erstad 182 6. 1977-80 7. Joe Scherger 7. Joe Scherger 1977-80 12 Steve Stanicek 1980-82 173 John Cole 1980-82 Steve Stanicek 173 12 1999-01 9. Scott Schreiber 2015-18 2002-04 John Grose 172 12 10. 165 Curtis Ledbetter 2003-05 Career Pitching Records Stolen Bases Years Player Appearances No. Mark No. Mark 1. Jeff Carter 1982-85 Years 103 Player 2. 1. 2013-16 Jeff Chesnut 92 90 Scott Hooper 1981-84 3. 2. 1999-03 Steve Hale 87 89 Ken Ramos 1987-89 4. 3. 2008-11 Casey Hauptman 82 69 Jamal Strong 1999-00 4. 5. 2004-06 Brett Jensen 80 67 Jed Dalton 1992-95 5. 6. Jeff Leise 2000-03 2010-13 Dylan Vogt 79 63 Bob Cerv 61 7. 1947-50 6. 78 Jeff Anderson 1981-84 Larry Mims 61 1985-86 2006-09 78 Erik Bird 2006-08 Paul Meyers 1984-86 60 9. 8. 74 Zach Herr 1994-97 10. 59 Jonas Armenta 73 9. John Cole 1999-01 John Lepley 10. 70 1985-88 Jarod Bearinger 1996-99 70 Walks Years Player No. Mark 223 Bobby Benjamin 1988-90 Innings Pitched 1. Jeff Carter 165 2. 1982-85 No. Mark Player Years Matt Hopper 3. 1999-02 159 1. 431.0 Shane Komine 2000-03 4. 150 Ken Ramos 1987-89 2005-08 Johnny Dorn 386.2 2. Todd Sears 143 5. 1995-97 3. 296.2 Jamie Rodrigue 2000-03 Kurt Eubanks 1981-85 142 6. 4. 292.2 Jeff Anderson 1981-84 7. 139 Alex Gordon 2003-05 1990-92 5. 280.0 Josh Bullock 1977-80 137 Joe Scherger 1988-92 8. 6. 271.0 Mike Zajeski Bill McGuire 9. 120 1985-88 1983-85 7. 264.1 John Lepley 10. Steve Stanicek 1980-82 115 8. 260.2 Zach Kroenke 2003-05 Rich King 1983-86 1946-49 115 9. 254.0 Jim Sandstedt 252.1 10. 2012-15 Kyle Kubat Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 181

182 Wins Shutouts Player No. Mark Player Years Years No. Mark 1999-02 1. Jamie Rodrigue 6 1. Shane Komine 41 2000-03 2. 37 Johnny Dorn 2005-06 1971-73 2. Ryan Kurosaki 4 Shane Komine 4 3. 30 Jeff Anderson 1981-84 1999-2002 4. 4. 1988-92 Mike Zajeski 24 1952-55 Fran Hoffmaier 3 Baseball 1965 3 Stan Bahnsen 5. 23 Jamie Rodrigue 2000-03 1965-66 1977-80 Gary Neibauer 3 6. 22 Cliff Faust 1967-69 Al Furby 3 2005-07 22 Tony Watson 21 8. 1999-01 R.D. Spiehs 1974-77 3 Kirk Eymann 9. 2 1954-56 Richard Geier 9. 1946-49 Jim Sandstedt 20 2003-05 20 Zach Kroenke 2 Mike Dobbs 1983-86 2 Phil Harrison 1984, 86 2 Mike Zajeski 1988-92 Losses 2 Steve Fish 1996-97 Player No. Mark Years 1997-00 Chad Wiles 2 17 1973-76 Dan Buehrer 1. 2 2002-03 Aaron Marsden 15 2. 1974-77 Kirk Eymann 2002-05 2 Brian Duensing 15 Josh Bullock 1990-92 2003-05 2 Zach Kroenke 15 Alvie Shepherd 1993-95 Tom Lemke 2 2010-12 Glen Gilmore 1968-72 5. 14 2008-11 Casey Hauptman 14 Games Started 13 Tom Bergan 1993-94 7. 13 Years Player No. Mark 1996-97 Pat Driscoll 2014-17 13 Derek Burkamper 1. 59 Shane Komine 1999-02 Dale Kistaitis 1987-90 10. 58 2. Johnny Dorn 2005-08 12 2000-03 2016-present Matt Waldron 12 3. 53 Jamie Rodrigue 47 4. Mike Zajeski 1988-92 2012-15 Kyle Kubat 43 5. Saves 1985-89 6. 41 John Lepley No. Mark Player Years 1990-82 41 Josh Bullock 1. 33 Josh Roeder 2012-15 Zach Kroenke 2003-05 41 2. 31 Brett Jensen 2004-06 9. 40 Derek Burkamper 2014-17 3. 21 Chad Luensmann 2016-present Phil Shirek 10. 2002-05 36 2000-01 Thom Ott 4. 17 1992-93 Steve Boyd 14 5. Casey Hauptman 13 Complete Games 2008-11 6. 2014-18 Jake Hohensee 13 No. Mark Player Years Gary Nolting 11 8. 1999-02 Shane Komine 18 1. 1977-79 1990-91 2. 11 1976-79 Jeff Costello 16 Dave Matranga Cliff Faust 16 11 2010-13 Dylan Vogt 1977-80 1978-80 16 Tim Burke 16 Jeff Anderson 1981-84 Strikeouts 14 6. Jim Sandstedt 1946-49 Years No. Mark Player 1971-73 14 Ryan Kurosaki Shane Komine 510 1. 1999-02 13 8. Steve Gehrke 1980-83 2. 298 Johnny Dorn 2005-08 9. 12 Al Furby 1967-69 3. 289 Mike Zajeski 1988-92 Kirk Eymann 1974-77 12 233 4. John Lepley 1985-88 Patrick Leinen 12 1987-89 Joba Chamberlain 5. 232 2005-06 1988-92 12 Mike Zajeski 225 6. Josh Bullock 1990-92 7. 212 Bob Sebra 1981-83 2000-03 Jamie Rodrigue Hits Allowed 8. 200 196 Zach Kroenke 2003-05 No. Mark Player Years 9. 365 1977-80 Cliff Faust 10. 1. 191 Shane Komine 1999-02 2. 345 Jamie Rodrigue 2000-03 3. 339 Johnny Dorn 2005-08 Walks 1990-92 Josh Bullock 303 4. No. Mark Player Years 5. Jeff Anderson 1982-85 272 Mike Zajeski 1. 180 1988-92 1985-88 6. 260 John Lepley 2. 157 John Lepley 1985-88 2012-15 Kyle Kubat 251 7. 3 145 Bob Sebra 1981-83 8. Mike Zajeski 1988-92 239 136 Phil Harrison 1984, 86 4. 235 9. 1996-99 Jay Sirianni 1999-02 Shane Komine 134 5. 2008-11 Casey Hauptman 232 10. 1990-92 Josh Bullock 132 6. 1988-90 Doug Tegtmeier 7. 130 121 Jonas Armenta 1994-97 Wild Pitches 8. Johnny Dorn 114 9. 2005-08 No. Mark Player Years 1986-88 109 Phil Goguen 10. 1. 32 Alvie Shepherd 1993-95 32 1999-02 Shane Komine 29 John Lepley 3. 1985-88 4. 27 Mike Zajeski 1988-92 5. 26 Jeff Kohli 1987-88 6. Zach Kroenke 2003-05 25 7. 24 Doug Tegtmeier 1988-90 24 Steve Hale 2000-03 Josh Bullock 9. 23 1990-92 Cody Winget 23 1994-95 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 182

183 Career Fielding Records Putouts Years Player No. Mark 1,375 Todd Sears 1995-97 1. Curtis Ledbetter 2003-05 2. 1,216 Matt Hopper 2000-03 1,113 3. 4. 1,006 Steve Stanicek 1980-82 986 Scott Schreiber 2015-18 5. 958 1984-85 6. Mike Duncan 7. 820 Bill McGuire 1983-85 Baseball Dan Johnson 2000-01 820 Jeff Christy 2005-06 802 9. 801 Mark Kister 1985-87 10. Assists Player No. Mark Years Joe Simokaitis 1. 2002-05 694 2. 639 Will Bolt 1999-02 3. 1992-95 604 Darin Petersen 569 Jake Opitz 2005-08 4. 560 Jake Schleppenbach 2015-17 5. 548 1986-89 Bruce Wobken 6. 7. 501 Ken Sirak 1987-89 468 Pat Kelly 2012-14 8. 450 Kurt Eubanks 1981-85 9. 10. 440 Bryan Peters 2010-13 Errors No. Mark Player Years 62 Darin Petersen 1. 1992-95 Ken Sirak 56 1987-89 2. Joe Simokaitis 2002-05 3. 52 Bruce Wobken 1986-89 49 4. 48 Will Bolt 1999-02 5. 6. 46 1985-86 Larry Mims 44 1983-85 7. Jeff Carter 44 Burt Beattie 1985-86 9. Curtiss Heflin 1985-86 41 10. 39 John Russo 1978-79 Fielding Percentage (Minimum 150 chances) No. Mark Player Years .996 2012-13 1. Rich Sanguinetti .996 Jake Meyers 2015-17 3. Tito Rivera 2001 .995 .995 Cade Thompson 2009-10 .995 Richard Stock 2012 6. Jeff Taylor 1986-88 .994 .994 Brandon Buckman 2005-06 .994 Austin Christensen 2012-15 9. .993 Tanner Lubach 2013-15 10. .992 Craig Ratcliffe 1984 Tim Pettengill .992 1987-88 Scott Schreiber .992 2015-18 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 183

184 Fewest Hits/Game Slugging Percentage Offensive Bests Team Records 1. 5.65 1965 1. .548 1985 Batting Average Played Games 1999 2. 5.73 1963 2. .532 1. .339 1985 2005 1. 72 1971 1995 3. .517 3. 6.03 1999 2. .338 1988 2. 71 1982 1967 4. .515 4. 6.38 2001 3. .334 3. 69 1985 5. .513 2001 1969 6.38 4. .325 2000 1990 4. 68 Baseball 6. .506 1988 5. .323 1995 2000 68 1986 7. .494 Doubles 6. .321 1982 2002 68 8. .491 1987 1. 154 2002 .321 1996 1984 7. 66 9. .490 1990 1995 2. 144 8. .317 1987 66 2001 2002 10. .488 144 1997 9. .315 1993 9. 65 2003 4. 143 1985 .315 2002 1979 10. 64 5. 134 2001 Walks 2012 .315 1980 64 1988 6. 133 1988 1. 565 64 1981 2005 1985 2. 466 7. 128 At Bats 3. 404 1989 1993 8. 126 1. 2,448 2005 Wins 1999 1984 4. 380 9. 125 2002 2. 2,403 1. 57 2005 5. 363 10. 123 1986 2001 3. 2,356 2001 2000 2. 51 1983 6. 360 4. 2,342 2000 2001 3. 50 1987 7. 356 Triples 1985 5. 2,239 4. 49 1979 8. 349 2000 1. 38 1980 2,229 2003 6. 1980 49 9. 340 1979 2. 37 1978 1997 7. 2,199 6. 48 1988 10. 332 1997 1981 3. 34 8. 2,178 1999 2002 7. 47 1982 4. 33 9. 2,175 1988 2003 47 1984 33 Most Walks/Game 2,175 1990 9. 46 1984 1. 7.96 33 1999 1988 1985 10. 45 1983 2. 6.96 1989 7. 31 Runs Scored 1987 1985 3. 6.75 31 1. 676 1985 Losses 4. 6.10 1983 9. 30 1979 1988 2. 658 1. 35 1997 10. 28 1984 5. 5.76 1988 3. 607 2001 2. 31 1989 28 1990 1999 4. 599 3. 30 2013 Fewest Walks/Game 5. 560 2000 1994 4. 28 1. 2.38 1966 Home Runs 1995 6. 545 2009 28 1. 93 1971 2. 2.56 1985 2002 7. 543 28 2018 2. 81 1988 3. 2.69 1970 8. 493 1990 . 27 7 1974 2001 81 2000 4. 2.87 9. 491 1997 1996 27 5. 2.88 4. 77 1999 1963 10. 488 1987 2007 27 5. 76 1990 1996 488 2010 27 2000 76 Strikeouts 2003 76 1. 454 1997 Most Runs/Game Winning Percentage 2002 8. 74 2. 443 1988 1999 1. 9.98 .791 (57-15) 2005 1. 9. 73 1986 2017 3. 433 2. 9.80 1985 2. .771 (44-13) 1982 10. 72 1995 4. 431 1990 3. 9.40 1995 1979 3. .765 (49-15) 2005 5. 405 4. 9.27 1988 1980 .765 (49-15) Most Homers/Game 6. 395 1989 2001 5. 9.20 5. .758 (50-16) 2001 7. 394 1. 1.36 1985 2011 6. .750 (15-5) 1955 1999 2018 8. 393 2. 1.28 Fewest Runs/Game 2000 .750 (51-17) 3. 1.24 1995 9. 389 2000 1963 1. 3.08 1983 .745 (44-15) 8. 2001 4. 1.23 1991 10. 382 2. 3.15 1965 .739 (17-6) 9. 1948 1986 5. 1.22 1968 3. 3.42 .723 (47-18) 2003 10. Most Strikeouts/Game 1961 4. 3.43 1966 Runs Batted In 1. 8.38 5. 3.46 1967 2. 7.55 1. 603 1985 2018 3. 7.47 1988 2017 2. 575 Hits 3. 547 4. 7.30 1999 2001 1. 787 2001 1999 4. 539 4. 7.16 1987 2. 762 2000 7.16 2011 5. 499 2000 1985 3. 758 6. 491 2002 4. 756 2002 7. 478 1995 Fewest Strikeouts/Game 2005 5. 739 1996 8. 442 1. 4.12 1961 6. 737 1999 9. 440 2003 2. 4.27 1971 7. 689 1995 10. 438 1997 1972 3. 4.38 1997 8. 677 4. 4.77 1970 2003 677 5. 4.92 2014 Total Bases 1988 10. 669 1985 1. 1,228 2. 1,208 2001 Hit By Pitches Most Hits/Game 2002 3. 1,172 1. 103 2003 12.28 1999 1. 1999 4. 1,159 2. 99 2002 2001 2. 11.93 2000 5. 1,131 2004 3. 95 3. 11.88 1995 6. 1,103 1995 4. 90 2008 4. 11.53 1996 7. 1,101 1988 2011 5. 89 11.21 5. 2000 8. 1,098 2005 6. 88 1994 1990 9. 1,065 7. 86 2010 2003 10. 1,041 2005 8. 80 2006 9. 75 75 2007 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 184

185 Most Runs Allowed/Game Walks Allowed Stolen Bases Fielding Bests 1. 196 1984 1. 7.84 1986 1. 382 1996 Putouts 1985 2. 7.53 2. 159 1981 1997 2. 364 2005 1. 1,929 3. 144 1999 3. 350 1988 3. 7.22 1995 2002 2. 1,802 4. 7.04 1985 1985 4. 138 1987 4. 343 3. 1,795 2000 5. 339 1993 5. 137 1988 2009 5. 7.02 2003 4. 1,724 6. 131 1990 1990 6. 337 5. 1,716 2001 7. 322 1994 2000 7. 126 6. 1,660 2014 Wild Pitches 8. 309 1995 8. 124 2001 7. 1,648 1990 1987 1. 77 1989 9. 297 1986 9. 120 1988 8. 1,643 1994 2. 73 120 10. 281 1997 1989 Baseball 9. 1,604 1997 3. 61 1988 2016 10. 1,583 61 2018 Fewest Walks Allowed/Game Sacrifice Flies 5. 59 1995 1985 1. 47 1. 2.46 2000 6. 57 1993 Assists 2. 2.52 2. 46 2003 2002 7. 53 1990 1. 837 2005 1999 3. 42 2015 2.52 53 2007 2. 745 1988 4. 40 2005 4. 2.59 1988 2010 53 3. 734 1990 1982 5. 2.68 5. 39 2002 53 2011 4. 727 2002 2000 39 5. 719 1997 7. 33 1980 Most Walks Allowed/Game 2016 719 Saves 1989 33 1986 1. 6.37 7. 712 2001 1. 23 2005 33 1990 1987 2. 6.02 2012 8. 703 2. 20 2017 1995 33 3. 5.84 1993 2003 9. 698 2007 3. 19 4. 5.37 1995 1999 10. 697 19 2015 5. 5.33 1994 5. 17 Pitching Bests 2003 2006 17 Errors Innings Pitched 17 2008 Hits Allowed 1985 1. 147 1. 643.0 2005 1. 680 1997 17 2014 2. 114 1990 2. 600.2 2002 2. 642 9. 16 2016 1999 111 1991 3. 3. 598.1 2000 2018 3. 632 16 2001 1981 4. 110 4. 574.2 2003 1985 4. 608 1988 5. 108 1985 5. 573.1 5. 591 2012 6. 106 2001 Complete Games 2001 6. 572.0 6. 573 1996 1986 7. 103 7. 553.1 1980 1. 31 2014 7. 572 2002 8. 102 1978 1990 8. 549.2 1979 2. 26 2013 572 9. 1979 99 1988 3. 24 9. 548.2 1985 9. 570 1995 1982 99 10. 534.2 1997 4. 23 1978 10. 566 2003 99 1992 5. 22 1983 6. 21 1974 Earned Run Average 1977 7. 18 Most Hits Allowed/Game Fielding Percentage 1. 2.64 1965 1997 18 1. 10.97 1981 1. .981 2013 1969 2. 2.69 1987 1999 2. 10.70 9. 16 2. .979 2015 2.69 2005 16 1996 3. 10.42 1989 2017 3. .977 4. 2.73 1966 4. 10.18 2012 2014 4. .976 1961 5. 3.07 5. 10.12 2009 .976 2016 Hit Batters 1984 3.07 6. .975 2004 7. 3.09 1. 76 2013 1967 .975 2005 8. 3.12 2. 74 2009 2015 Fewest Hits Allowed/Game 2011 .975 9. 3.13 1995 1965 1970 3. 69 1. 5.10 2006 9. .974 1979 3.13 2. 5.38 1966 2008 4. 64 2012 .974 5. 63 3. 5.93 1973 2007 1979 1996 6. 62 4. 6.01 Strikeouts 5. 6.10 1984 8. 55 2018 1. 538 2005 7. 52 2002 2. 503 2001 52 2006 2008 3. 491 Runs Allowed 9. 51 2001 1. 486 2000 1985 4. 484 2003 51 2. 467 2002 5. 478 1997 6. 469 2003 3. 431 1996 2007 7. 464 4. 419 1995 1999 1999 8. 438 5. 397 9. 436 6. 392 1988 1993 1988 10. 418 1990 7. 384 2009 8. 379 9. 364 1994 Most Strikeouts/Game 1990 10. 361 2008 1. 8.46 2. 7.88 1967 Runs Allowed/Game Fewest 3. 7.86 2007 1. 2.85 1968 4. 7.85 1965 1984 2001 2. 3.19 5. 7.62 2005 3. 3.26 1966 4. 3.33 Fewest Strikeouts/Game 5. 3.39 1979 1961 1. 3.39 2. 3.77 1982 1971 3. 4.00 4. 4.11 1984 5. 4.24 1977 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 185

186 1968 Stuart Lantz, Guard Men’s Basketball Honors 1971 Marvin Stewart, Guard 1972 Chuck Jura, Center All-Americans (8) 1974 Jerry Fort, Guard • Sam Carrier (1913) 1975 Jerry Fort, Guard • Don Maclay (1931) 1976 Jerry Fort, Guard • Steve Hokuf (1933) 1978 Brian Banks, Guard • George Wahlquist (1936) 1980 Andre Smith, Center • Robert Parsons (1937) 1981 Andre Smith, Center • James Buchanan (1952) Basketball 1982 Jack Moore, Guard • Herschell Turner (1959) 1984 Dave Hoppen, Center • Carl McPipe (1978) 1985 Dave Hoppen, Center 1986 Dave Hoppen, Center wo- T ime A cademic A ll- A merican ( 2 ) T 1993 Eric Piatkowski, Guard • Beau Reid (1989, 1991) 1994 Eric Piatkowski, Guard • Shavon Shields (2015, 2016) Big 12 (3) A cademic A ll- A mericans ( 7 ) C o SIDA 1998 Tyronn Lue, Guard eam ( 2 ) First - T 1999 Venson Hamilton, Center • Shavon Shields (2015) 2008 Aleks Maric, Center • Shavon Shields (2016) Big Ten ( ) 2 eam (2) T S econd- 2014 Terran Petteway, Guard • Jack Moore (1981) 2018 James Palmer Jr., Guard • John Matzke (1984) Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year (1) hird- T T eam (3) 2014 Tim Miles • Chuck Jura (1972) • Beau Reid (1989) Conference Coach of the Year (7) • Beau Reid (1991) Big Eight (6) 1966 Joe Cipriano (AP) First-Team ) 5 All-Conference (4 1978 Joe Cipriano (UPI) Missouri Valley (10) 1980 Moe Iba (AP/UPI) 1909 W.W. Walsh, Forward Joe Cipriano (UPI) 1910 H.O. Perry, Forward 1981 Moe Iba (UPI) 1911 J.P. Gibson, Forward 1991 Danny Nee (AP/UPI) O.A. Frank, Guard 1913 Ross Haskell, Forward Big Ten (1) Sam Carrier, Guard 2014 Tim Miles (Coaches) 1919 Carl Jackson, Forward 1925 Orr Goodson, Center Conference Player of the Year (2) Mathias “Mutt” Volz, Guard Big Eight (1) 1927 Clark Smaha, Forward 1981 Andre Smith (AP/UPI) Big Six (8) Big 12 (1) 1930 Don Maclay, Center 1999 Venson Hamilton (AP/Coaches) 1931 Steve Hokuf, Guard 1933 Steve Hokuf, Guard Big Eight Freshman of the Year (1) 1936 George Wahlquist, Forward 1993 Erick Strickland (AP/Coaches) 1937 Robert Parsons, Guard 1938 Robert Parsons, Guard Olympians (2) 1941 Sid Held, Guard 2012 Aleks Maric, Center (Australia) Don Fitz, Guard 2012 Ade Dagunduro, Guard (Nigeria) Big Seven (4) World University Games ( 3 ) 1949 Claude Retherford, Guard 1985 Dave Hoppen, Center ( U.S., Silver) Milton “Bus” Whitehead, Forward U.S., 1993 Eric Piatkowski, Guard ( Gold) 1950 Milton “Bus” Whitehead, Forward 2017 Jack McVeigh, Forward (Australia) 1952 James Buchanan, Guard Big Eight (18) FIBA World Cup (3) 1960 Herschell Turner, Guard 1954 Bill Johnson, Forward (U.S., Gold) 1966 Grant Simmons, Guard 2014 Tai Webster, Guard (New Zealand) 1967 Stuart Lantz, Guard 2014 Jorge Brian Diaz, Center (Puerto Rico) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 186

187 1995 (4) 22 & Under World Championships (1) Carl Olson, 1928-29 1997 Tyronn Lue, Guard (U.S., Fifth) Don Fitz, 1939-40-41 Al Maxey, 1959-60 21 & Under World Championships (1) Tom Baack, 1966-67-68 2005 Aleks Maric, Center (Australia, Fourth) 1996 (7) U.S. Olympic Festival (3) Walter Henrion, 1932-33 1983 Dave Hoppen, Center (Bronze) Gary Reimers, 1956-57-58 Moe Iba, Coach, North (Bronze) Wilson Fitzpatrick, 1958 1991 Eric Piatkowski, Guard (Gold) Bob Gratopp, 1968-69-70 Bob Siegel, 1974-75-76-77 Note: Piatkowski was named to the 1991 U.S. Dave Hoppen, 1983-84-85-86 Festival All-Tournament Team. Olympic Coach Moe Iba, 1981-86 Basketball NABC All-Star Game (5) 1997 (3) 1972 Chuck Jura, Center Elmer Dohrmann, 1936-37-38 1991 Rich King, Center Fred Seger, 1952-53-54 1994 Eric Piatkowski, Guard Tom Scantlebury, 1968-69-70 2008 Aleks Maric, Center 2015 Tim Miles, Coach 1998 (3) Paul Amen, 1936-37-38 Hall of Fame Members (62) Willard Fagler, 1952-53-54-55 1989 (11) Willie Campbell, 1965-66-67 James Buchanan, 1950-51-52 Sam Carrier, 1911-12-13 1999 (3) Steve Hokuf, 1930-31-33 Don Smidt, 1956-57-58 Chuck Jura, 1970-71-72 Jim Kubacki, 1956-57-58 Stuart Lantz, 1966-67-68 Brian Banks, 1976-77-78-79 Don Maclay, 1929-30-31 Robert Parsons, 1936-37-38 2000 (3) Claude Retherford, 1947-48-49 Daryl Petsch, 1962-63-64 Mathias “Mutt” Volz, 1923-24-25 Larry Cox, 1974-75-76 George Wahlquist, 1933-35-36 Stan Cloudy, 1983-84 Coach Harry Good, 1947-54 2001 (3) 1990 (3) Brian Carr, 1984-85-86-87 Herschell Turner, 1958-59-60 Rich King, 1988-89-90-91 Milton “Bus” Whitehead, 1948-49-50 Floyd Ebaugh, 1936-37-38 Coach Joe Cipriano, 1964-80 2002 (2) 1991 (3) Clifford Scales, 1988-89-90-91 Leroy Chalk, 1969-70-71 Willard Witte, 1928-29-30 Jerry Fort, 1973-74-75-76 Coach Jerry Bush, 1955-63 2003 (1) Beau Reid, 1988-89-90-91 1992 (4) Sid Held, 1940-41-42 2006 (1) Rex Ekwall, 1955-56-57 Eric Piatkowski, 1991-92-93-94 Marvin Stewart, 1969-70-71 Coach W.H. Browne, 1933-40 2009 (2) Erick Strickland, 1993-94-95-96 1993 (4) Coach Danny Nee, 1987-2000 Bob Pierce, 1949-50-51 Bill Johnson, 1952-53-54-55 2011 (1) Grant Simmons, 1964-65-66 Bruce Chubick, 1991-92-93-94 Jack Moore, 1979-80-81-82 2013 (1) 1994 (4) Tyronn Lue, 1996-97-98 Bob Cerv, 1947-48-49-50 Tom Russell, 1961-62 Nate Branch, 1965-66-67 Andre Smith, 1978-79-80-81 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 187

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190 Career Points (Top 50 scorers) No. Player, Seasons FT-FTA (Pct.) Points (3pt.) Avg. G FG-FGA (Pct.) 804-1,341 (.600) 2,167 19.5 111 559-724 (.772) 1. Dave Hoppen, 1983-84-85-86 676-1,436 (.471) 380-489 (.777) 1,934 (202) 2. Eric Piatkowski, 1991-92-93-94 123 15.7 105 777-1,793 (.433) 328-486 (.675) 1,882 17.9 3. Jerry Fort, 1973-74-75-76 114 673-1,148 (.586) 371-562 (.660) 1,717 15.1 4. Andre Smith, 1978-79-80-81 121 448-679 (.660) 1,630 (4) 13.5 5. Aleks Maric, 2005-06-07-08 589-1,102 (.534) Shavon Shields, 2013-14-15-16 121 562-1,236 (.455) 1630 (77) 13.5 429-565 (.759) 7. Jaron Boone, 1993-94-95-96 127 575-1,327 (.433) 274-387 (.708) 1,609 (184) 12.7 Basketball 127 8. Erick Strickland, 1993-94-95-96 1,586 (179) 12.5 535-1,219 (.439) 337-434 (.776) 99 312-396 (.788) 1,577 (145) 15.9 9. Tyronn Lue, 1996-97-98 560-1,255 (.446) 131 576-1,291 (.446) 255-400 (.638) 1,552 (146) 11.9 10. Cookie Belcher, 1997-98-99-2000-01 124 564-1,000 (.564) 345-510 (.676) 1,475 (2) 11. Rich King, 1988-89-90-91 11.9 12. Venson Hamilton, 1996-97-98-99 129 528-1,002 (.527) 360-590 (.610) 1,416 11.0 13. Carl McPipe, 1976-77-78-79 104 (.485) 208-317 (.656) 1,300 12.5 546-1,126 75 247-297 (.832) 1,299 17.3 14. Tom Baack, 1966-67-68 526-1,138 (.462) 75 488-1,007 (.485) 293-395 (.742) 1,269 16.9 15. Stuart Lantz, 1966-67-68 16. Chuck Jura, 1970-71-72 77 255-427 (.597) 1,255 16.3 500-910 (.549) 17. Larry Florence, 1997-98-99-2000 496-1,150 (.431) 220-325 (.677) 1,223 (11) 9.9 123 18. Jack Moore, 1979-80-81-82 105 379-830 (.457) 446-495 (.901) 1,204 11.5 19. Brian Carr, 1984-85-86-87 123 230-287 (.801) 1,182 (58) 9.6 447-942 (.475) 20. Brian Banks, 1976-77-78-79 471-986 (.478) 208-298 (.698) 1,150 10.5 110 21. Terran Petteway, 2014-15 63 398-979 (.410) 307-410 (.749) 1,143 (116) 18.1 22. Marvin Stewart, 1969-70-71 435-921 (.472) 268-359 (.747) 1,138 17.2 66 9.2 123 441-902 (.489) 209-272 (.768) 1,136 (45) 23. Clifford Scales,1988-89-90-91 1,136 (37) Carl Hayes, 1990-91-92 90 439-945 (.465) 221-360 (.614) 12.6 1,125 (185) 25. Ryan Anderson, 2007-08-09-10 160-213 (.751) 9.2 390-888 (.439) 122 26. Tai Webster, 2014-15-16-17 127 273-382 (.715) 1,116 (79) 8.8 382-922 (.414) 119 333-800 (.416) 1,081 (268) 9.1 27. Cary Cochran, 1999-2000-01-02 147-164 (.896) 72 314-474 (.662) 1,056 14.7 28. Herschell Turner, 1958-59-60 371-898 (.413) 98 379-987 (.384) 181-228 (.794) 29. Glynn Watson Jr., 2016-17-18 10.6 1,041 (102) 30. Mikki Moore, 1994-95-96-97 374-676 (.553) 235-359 (.655) 986 (3) 8.6 114 102 320-775 (.413) 250-337 (.742) 976 (86) 9.6 31. Beau Reid, 1988-89-90-91 32. Bob Siegel, 1974-75-76-77 101 405-973 (.416) 160-232 (.690) 970 9.6 33. Tom Scantlebury, 1968-69-70 75 227-303 (.749) 965 12.9 369-835 (.442) 34. Nate Branch, 1965-66-67 367-871 (.421) 224-320 (.700) 958 12.8 75 35. Terrance Badgett, 1993-94-95-96 127 395-764 (.517) 141-229 (.616) 953 (22) 7.5 10.7 36. Jamar Johnson, 1992-93-94 333-723 ( .461) 166-210 (.790) 927 (95) 87 37. Jason Dourisseau, 2003-04-05-06 117 330-726 (.455) 214-380 (.563) 912 (38) 7.8 38. Jake Muhleisen, 2002-03-04-05 100 319-751 (.425) 178-241 (.739) 911 (95) 9.1 39. John Turek, 2002-03-04-05 115 194-358 (.545) 901 (2) 7.8 352-779 (.452) 125 240-299 (.803) 893 (29) 7.1 40. Brandon Ubel, 2010-11-12-13 312-646 (.480) 65 296-690 (.429) 288-394 (.731) 880 13.5 41. Rex Ekwall, 1955-56-57 42. Bruce Chubick, 1991-92-93-94 119 264-400 (.660) 878 (8) 7.4 303-540 (.561) 43. Sek Henry, 2007-08-09-10 296-719 (.412) 185-284 (.651) 872 (95) 6.8 128 44. Grant Simmons, 1964-65-66 74 305-709 (.430) 239-350 (.683) 849 11.5 45. Dapreis Owens, 1989-90-91-92 117 187-302 (.619) 845 7.2 329-679 (.484 ) 46. Bob Gratopp, 1968-69-70 255-608 (.419) 316-400 (.790) 826 10.9 76 47. Jim Buchanan, 1950-51-52 69 345-942 (.366) 131-203 (.645) 821 11.9 48. Bill Johnson, 1952-53-54 264-652 ( .405) 286-484 (.591) 814 12.5 65 11.0 Claude Retherford, 1947-48-49 74 318-1,090 (.292) 178-283 (.629) 814 12.7 184-264 (.697) 63 802 50. Bernard Day, 1986-87 309-567 (.545) *Records kept only since 1948. NOTE: Year listed is for the second half of the season played, i.e., 82 would be for the 1981-82 season. ( ) Number in parenthesis following point total indicates number of career 3-point field goals made. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 190

191 Consecutive Made (Multiple Games): 15, Ade Dagunduro, Individual Records Dec. 20 to Dec. 30, 2008 (3 games) Points - Game 20, George Stone, Marshall, Opponent Made: : 42, Eric Piatkowski, vs. Oklahoma, Overall March 13, 1967 (NIT, 38 attempts) at Kansas City, March 11, 1994 (B8T) Opponent Attempted: 38, George Stone, Marshall, 41, Aleks Maric, vs. Kansas State, Feb. 13, 2007 At Home : March 13, 1967 (NIT, 20 made) Away : 37, Aleks Maric, at Iowa State, Feb. 15, 2006 11, Lanny Van Eman, Opponent Made, No Misses: Neutral 42, Eric Piatkowski, vs. Oklahoma, : at Wichita St., Dec. 4, 1961 at Kansas City, March 11, 1994 (B8T) 24, Jerry Fort, vs. Missouri, Feb. 22, 1975 (2nd) Half: Field Goals - Season 24, Dave Hoppen, vs. South Dakota, Dec. 1, 1984 (1st) Made: 270, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 (418 attempts) 24, Tyronn Lue, vs. Virginia, Dec. 27, 1997 (2nd) Conference Made: 132, Jerry Fort, 1974-75 (294 attempts) 24, Aleks Maric, vs. Missouri, Feb. 13, 2008 (2nd) Attempted: 547, Tyronn Lue, 1997-98 (240 made) 24, James Palmer Jr., vs. Maryland, Feb. 13, 2018 (2nd) Conference Attempted: 294, Jerry Fort, 1974-75 (132 made) Losing Effort: 38, Tom Russell, vs. Kansas, Feb. 21, 1962 .672, Larry Cox, 1975-76 (133-198) Percentage*: Freshman: Conference Percentage*: .648, Dave Hoppen, Basketball 30, Tyronn Lue, vs. Oregon, Nov. 25, 1995 1984-85 (127-196) 37, Aleks Maric, at Iowa State, Feb. 15, 2006 Sophomore: .563, Mike Naderer, 1977-78 (63-112) Freshman Percentage: Junior: 41, Aleks Maric, vs. Kansas State, Feb. 13, 2007 *Minimum 5 attempts per team game Senior: 42, Eric Piatkowski, vs. Oklahoma, at Kansas City, March 11, 1994 (B8T) Field Goals - Career 65, Eric Piatkowski (42) and Two Players: 804, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (1,341 attempts) Made: Bruce Chubick (23), vs. Oklahoma, at Kansas City, Conference Made: 438, Jerry Fort, 1973-76 (1,018 attempts) March 11, 1994 (B8T) Attempted: 1,793, Jerry Fort, 1973-76 (777 made) By Opponent: Conference Attempted: 1,018, Jerry Fort, 1973-76 (438 made) 46, Wilt Chamberlain, at Kansas, Feb. 8, 1958 .625, Larry Cox, 1974-76 (270-432) Percentage*: 46, Joe Scott, at Missouri, March 6, 1961 Conference Percentage**: .619, Larry Cox, 46, George Stone, Marshall, March 13, 1967 (NIT) 1974-76 (159-257) 28, Jim McKean, Washington St., By Opponent, Half: *Minimum 400 attempts; **Minimum 200 attempts Dec. 12, 1966 70, George Stone (46) By Opponent, Two Players: and Danny D’Antoni (24), Marshall, March 13, 1967 (NIT) 3-Pt. Field Goals - Game 8, Cary Cochran, vs. Baylor, Feb. 27, 2002 (13 att.) Made: 8, Cary Cochran, vs. Baylor, Conference Made: Points - Season Feb. 27, 2002 (13 att.) Overall: 704, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 (30 games) Attempted: 16, Ray Gallegos, at Michigan, Jan. 9, 2013 (4 made) 349, Tyronn Lue, 1997-98 (16 games) Conference: Percentage*: Average: 23.5, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 (704 in 30 games) 1.000, Cary Cochran (5-5), at Missouri, Jan. 6, 2001 23.0, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 Conference Average: 1.000, Brian Conklin (5-5), vs. Missouri, Feb. 7, 2004 (322 in 14 games) 1.000, Ryan Anderson (5-5), at Rutgers, Dec. 2, 2006 445, Dave Hoppen, 1982-83 (32 games) Freshman: Conference Percentage*: 603, Tyronn Lue, 1996-97 (32 games) Sophomore: 1.000, Cary Cochran (5-5), at Missouri, Jan. 6, 2001 704, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 (30 games) Junior: 1.000, Brian Conklin (5-5), vs. Missouri, Feb. 7, 2004 646, Eric Piatkowski, 1993-94 (31 games) Senior: Opponent Made: 20-Point-or-Better Scoring Games: 21, Dave Hoppen, 8, Dave Sieger, at Oklahoma, Feb. 21, 1987 (13 att.) 1984-85 8, Randy Rutherford, Oklahoma State, Feb. 1, 1995 (14 att.) Consecutive 20-Point-or-Better Scoring Games: 8, Jerald Brown, Texas A&M, Jan. 11, 1997 (10 att.) 10, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 8, Eric Martin, at Oklahoma, Jan. 20, 1999 (10 att.) Consecutive Double-Figure Scoring Games 8, Devin Brown, UT-San Antonio, Nov. 28, 2001 (13 att.) by a Freshman: 9, Joe McCray, Dec. 18, 2004 to 8, Josh Carter, Texas A&M, Feb. 10, 2007 (11 att.) Jan. 22, 2005 and Feb. 8 to March 10, 2005 8, Obi Muonelo, Oklahoma State, March 5, 2007 (11 att.) 17, Dominick Young, at Fresno State, Opponent Attempted: Points - Career March 22, 1996 (5 made) 2,167, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (111 games) Overall: 6, Craig Michaelis, at Miami (Ohio), Opponent, No Misses: Conference: 1,055, Jerry Fort, 1973-76 (56 games) Nov. 27, 1989 Average: 19.5, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (2,167 in 111 games) *Minimum 5 attempts Conference Average: 20.3, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (975 in 48 games) 3-Pt. Field Goals - Season 20-Point-or-Better Scoring Games: 56, Dave Hoppen, 89, Cary Cochran, 2001-02 (207 att.) Made: 1983-86 53, Cary Cochran, 2001-02 (121 att.) Conference Made: 84, Dave Hoppen, Consecutive Games in Double Figures: Freshman Made: 80, Joe McCray, 2004-05 (226 att.) March 11, 1983 to Feb. 1, 1986 271, Ray Gallegos, 2012-13 (83 made) Attempted: 166, Ray Gallegos, 2012-03 (49 made) Conference Attempted: Field Goals - Game Percentage*: .559, Brian Conklin, 2003-04 (66-118) Made: 16, Marvin Stewart, vs. Nevada, Dec. 14, 1970 (24 att.) .617, Brian Conklin, Conference Percentage*: 15, Jerry Fort, three times; Conference Made: 2003-04 (37-60) 15, Aleks Maric, vs. Iowa State, Feb. 28, 2007; Freshman Percentage*: .463, Jay-R Strowbridge, Attempted: 34, by several players 2006-07 (25-54) No Misses: Consecutive Games 3-Point Goal Scored: 9, Chuck Jura, vs. Iowa, Dec. 5, 1970 35, Cary Cochran, Dec. 20, 2000 to Jan. 5, 2002 9, Dave Hoppen, vs. S. Illinois, Nov. 26, 1985 *Minimum 1.5 attempts per team game 9, Venson Hamilton, vs. Iowa St., Feb. 3, 1996 9, Mikki Moore at Nevada, March 18, 1997 (NIT) 9, Ade Dagunduro vs. UMBC, Dec. 23, 2008 No Misses, Conference Game: 9, Venson Hamilton, vs. Iowa St., Feb. 3, 1996 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 191

192 r 3-Pt. Field Goals - Caree Rebounds - Career Overall: Made: 268, Cary Cochran, 1999-02 (630 att.) 1,080, Venson Hamilton, 1996-99 (129 games) 574, Aleks Maric, 2005-08 (64 games) Conference: Conference Made: 156, Cary Cochran, 1999-02 (356 att.) 10.4, Rex Ekwall, 1955-57 (679 in 65 games) 630, Cary Cochran, 1999-02 (268 made) Attempted: Average: 10.5, Leroy Chalk, 1969-71 Conference Average: Conference Attempted: 356, Cary Cochran, (442 in 42 games) 1999-02 (156 made) Percentage: .431, Brian Conklin, 2001-04 (173-401) .463, Henry T. Buchanan, Conference Percentage: Assists - Game 1987-88 (38-82) 18, Brian Carr, at Evansville, Jan. 3, 1985 Assists: Conference*: 13, Brian Carr, vs. Missouri, Jan. 28, 1987 Half: Free Throws - Game 10, Brian Carr, at Evansville, Jan. 3, 1985 (2nd); Basketball Made: 10, Charles Richardson Jr., at Rutgers, Dec. 2, 2006 (2nd) 18, David Ponce, at Creighton, Dec. 4, 1982 (19 att.) 18, Tom Kivisto, Kansas, at Kansas City, 16, Tom Russell, vs. Kansas, Conference Made: Opponent: Dec. 29, 1973 (Big Eight Holiday Tournament) Feb. 21, 1962 (17 att.) Attempted: *Note: Carr had 14 assists at Kansas in a Big Eight Tournament 25, Aleks Maric, vs. Kansas State, Feb. 13, 2007 (15 made) game, March 5, 1985. Conference Attempted: 25, Aleks Maric, vs. Kansas State, Feb. 13, 2007 (15 made) Assists - Season No Misses: Assists: 237, Brian Carr, 1984-85 (30 games) 15, Shavon Shields, vs. Illinois, Feb. 12, 2014 113, Brian Carr, 1984-85 (14 games) Conference: 15, Jack Moore, vs. Oklahoma St., Feb. 10, 1982 Freshman: 144, Tyronn Lue, 1995-96 (35 games) Opponent Made: 18, Wilt Chamberlain, at Kansas, Average: 7.90, Brian Carr, 1984-85 (237 in 30 games) Feb. 8, 1958 (23 att.) 8.10, Brian Carr, 1984-85 Conference Average: 23, Wilt Chamberlain, at Kansas, Opponent Attempted: (113 in 14 games) Feb. 8, 1958 (18 made) Opponent Made, No Misses: Iowa State, 15, John Crawford, Assists - Career at Kansas City, Dec. 29, 1956 (Holiday Tourn.) 682, Brian Carr, 1984-87 (123 games) Assists: 15, Kyle Randall, Central Michigan, Dec. 22, 2012; Conference: 297, Brian Carr, 1984-87 (56 games) Average: 5.54, Brian Carr, 1984-87 (682 in 123 games) Free Throws - Season 5.30, Brian Carr, 1984-87 Conference Average: Made: 184, Jack Moore, 1979-80 (211 att.) (297 in 56 games) 98, James Palmer Jr., 2017-18 (131 att.) Conference Made: Note: Assist records available only since 1974. Attempted: 227; Kimani Ffriend, 1999-00 (115 made) Conference Attempted: 132; Aleks Maric, 2006-07 (88 made) Steals - Game .939, Jack Moore, 1981-82 (123-131) Percentage*: Steals: Conference Percentage*: .938, Jack Moore, 8, Greg Downing, vs. UMKC, Dec. 8, 1982 1981-82 (60-64) 8, Cookie Belcher, at Texas Tech, Feb. 20, 1999 .837, Eric Piatkowski, Freshman Percentage*: 8, Venson Hamilton, vs. Texas Tech, March 4, 1999 (B12T) 1990-91 (72-86) 8, Cookie Belcher, vs. Oklahoma St., Feb. 7, 2001 39, Jack Moore, Jan. 27-Feb. 15, 1982 Consecutive Made: Conference : *Minimum 2 attempts per team game 8, Cookie Belcher, at Texas Tech, Feb. 20, 1999 8, Cookie Belcher, vs. Oklahoma St., Feb. 7, 2001 Free Throws - Career Opponent: Made: 559, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (724 att.) 8, Alvin Robertson, at Arkansas, Jan. 3, 1983 267, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (338 att.) Conference Made: 8, Dominick Young, at Fresno St., March 22, 1996 724, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (559 made) Attempted: 8, Jose Winston, Colorado, Jan. 23, 1999 Conference Attempted: 371, Aleks Maric, 2005-08 (254 made) Steals - Season Percentage*: .901, Jack Moore, 1979-82 (446-495) 102, Cookie Belcher, 1998-99 (32 games) Steals: .877, Jack Moore, Conference Percentage*: Freshman: 87, Cookie Belcher, 1996-97 (33 games) 1979-82 (185-211) *Minimum 200 attempts Steals - Career 353, Cookie Belcher, 1997-2001 (131 games) Steals: Rebounds - Game Conference: 163, Cookie Belcher, 1997-2001 (64 games) Rebounds: 26, Bill Johnson, vs. Iowa State, Jan. 4, 1954 Note: Steal statistics available only since 1978. Half: 15, Carl McPipe, vs. California-Davis, Dec. 16, 1977 (1st) Two Players: 39, Leroy Chalk (20) and Chuck Jura (19), Blocks - Game 9, Mikki Moore, vs. Coppin State, Dec. 6, 1996 Blocks: vs. Colorado, March 6, 1971 Opponent: 24, Bill Bridges, Kansas, twice; Conference: 7, Rich King, at Oklahoma State, Jan. 20, 1990 24, Andy Hopson, at Oklahoma St., Jan. 26, 1974 39, Dave DeBusschere (23) and Opponent Two Players: 7, Kimani Ffriend, at Kansas St., Jan. 30, 2001 7, John Turek, vs. Colorado, March 2, 2005 Charlie North (16), at Detroit, Dec. 17, 1960 Opponent: 8, Walter Downing, DePaul, March 28, 1983 (NIT) Rebounds - Season 8, John Flippen, Baylor, March 9, 2000 (B12T) 335, Venson Hamilton, 1998-99 (33 games) Overall: 8, Diamond Stone, Maryland, Feb. 3, 2016 335, Aleks Maric, 2007-08 (33 games) 8, Mike Watkins, Penn State, March 8, 2017 (B1GT) 186, Aleks Maric, 2007-08 (16 games) Conference: Freshman: 169, Aleks Maric, 2004-05 (27 games) 11.7, Chuck Jura, 1971-72 (305 in 26 games) Average: Blocks - Season 91, Derrick Chandler, 1991-92 (29 games) Blocks: Conference Average: 11.6, Aleks Maric, 2007-08 43, Venson Hamilton, 1998-99 (16 games) Conference: (186 in 16 games) Freshman: 41, Jorge Brian Diaz, 2009-10 (33 games) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 192

193 Opponent: 133, at Oklahoma (NU 97), Feb. 21, 1987 Blocks - Career 70, at Oklahoma, Feb. 21, 1987 (2nd) Opponent, Half: 241, Venson Hamilton, 1996-99 (129 games) Blocks: 106, Venson Hamilton, 1996-99 (59 games) Conference: Note: Blocked shot statistics available only since 1978. Points - Season 2,977, 1990-91 (34 games) Overall: Conference: 1,263, 1993-94 (18 games) Minutes Played - Game 87.6, 1990-91 (2,977 in 34 games) Average: Minutes Played: 60, Jack Moore and Andre Smith, 87.1, 1993-94 (1,219 in 14 games) Conference Average: vs. UAB, Dec. 22, 1979 (4OT) 2,672, 1990-91 (34 games) Opponent: 1,297, 1989-90 (14 games) Opponent, Conference: Playing Time - Season Opponent Average: 86.1, 1989-90 (2,410 points in 28 gms.) 35, Terrance Badgett, Bernard Garner, Games Played: 92.6, 1989-90 (1,297 in 14 gms.) Opponent Conference Average: Tyronn Lue, Mikki Moore, Erick Strickland, 1995-96 7, 1990-91 NU 100-Point Games: 34, Beau Reid, Clifford Scales, 1990-91 Games Started: 6, 1989-90 Opponent 100-Point Games: 34, Jaron Boone, Bernard Garner, Tyronn Lue, Erick Strickland, 1995-96 Basketball Field Goals - Game 34, Andrew White III, Benny Parker, 2015-16 Made: 51, vs. Nevada, Dec. 14, 1970 (81 att.) Minutes Played: 1,237, Ray Gallegos, 2012-13 (33 games) 44, vs. Missouri, Jan. 28, 1967 (86 att.) Conference Made: 694, Ray Gallegos, Conference Minutes Played: Attempted: 97, vs. Cal State Fullerton, Dec. 4, 1967 (41 made) 2012-13 (18 games) Conference Attempted: 83, vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 25, 1992 Minutes Played Per Game : 38.5, Dave Hoppen, 1984-85 (28 made) (1,155 in 30 games) .750, vs. Nebraska-Omaha, Jan. 25, 1988 Percentage: Conference Minutes Played Per Game: 39.1, Dave Hoppen, (42-56) 1984-85 (548 in 14 games) .679, at Kansas, Feb. 5, 1980 Conference Percentage: (19-28) Playing Time - Career Half Percentage: .840, vs. Nebraska-Omaha, Jan. 25, 1988 131, Cookie Belcher, 1997-2001 Games Played: (21-25, 1st) Consecutive Games Played: 130, Benny Parker, 2013-16 Conference Half Percentage: .833, vs. Iowa State, Games Started: 128, Cookie Belcher, 1997-2001 (131 games) Feb. 21, 1985 (15-18, 2nd) Consecutive Games Started: 111, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 50, at Oklahoma, Feb. 21, 1987 (88 att.) Opponent Made: Minutes Played: 4,095, Cookie Belcher, 1997-2001 (131 games) Opponent Attempted: 91, three times, most recently 2,230, Shavon Shields, Conference Minutes Played: at Southern Utah, Nov. 30, 1991 (39 made) 2013-16 (68 games) .771, Kansas State, at Nebraska, Opponent Percentage: Minutes Played Per Game, Four-Year Career: Feb. 3, 1982 (27-35) 33.4, Dave Hoppen, 1983-86 (3,711 in 111 games) Opponent Half Percentage: .857, Kansas State, at Nebraska, Minutes Played Per Game, Three-Year Career: Feb. 3, 1982 (12-14, 1st) 34.5, Andre Smith, 1979-81 (2,901 in 84 games; minutes not available for Smith’s freshman year, 1978) Field Goals - Season Minutes Played Per Game, Two-Year Career: Made: 1,081, 1990-91 (2,185 att.) 33.3, Stan Cloudy, 1983-84 (2,066 in 62 games) Conference Made: 439, 1997-98 (976 att.) Conference Minutes Played Per Game: Attempted 2,185, 1990-91 (1,081 made) : 35.5, Tyronn Lue, 1996-98 (1,633 in 46 games) 995, 1997-98 (432 made) Conference Attempted: Percentage: .514, 1983-84 (786-1,529) Conference Percentage: .511, 1982-83 (346-677) Team Records .521, 1979-80 (856-1,644) Opponent Percentage: Points - Game .530, 1979-80 (366-694) Opponent Conference Percentage: 117, vs. Harvard (79), Dec. 1, 1989; Overall: vs. Oklahoma (113), at Kansas City, Mo., 3-Pt. Field Goals - Game March 8, 1991 (OT, B8T) Made: 18, vs. Kansas, Feb. 24, 2002 (37 att.) Conference: 111, at Oklahoma (99), Jan. 26, 1991; Attempted: 37, vs. Kansas, Feb. 24, 2002 (18 made) at Oklahoma (115), Feb. 14, 1994 (OT) Percentage*: .750, vs. Texas-Pan American, Dec. 2, 2009 (9-12) Home Court: 117, vs. Harvard (79), Dec. 1, 1989 Conference Percentage*: .667, at Kansas State, Opponent’s Court: 111, at Oklahoma (99), Jan. 26, 1991 Feb. 17, 2010 (14-21) 111, at Oklahoma (115), Feb. 14, 1994 (OT) 17, at Oklahoma, Feb. 21, 1987 (27 att.) Opponent Made: 117, vs. Oklahoma (113), Neutral Court: Opponent Attempted: 37, Baylor, Feb. 14, 1998 (9 made) at Kansas City, Mo., March 8, 1991 (OT, B8T) Opponent Percentage*: .765, at Kansas State, First Half: 64, vs. Tennessee Tech, Dec. 14, 1990 Jan. 10, 1987 (13-17) 66, vs. Oklahoma, Feb. 16, 1991 Second Half: *Minimum 10 attempts 230, at Oklahoma (133), Nebraska (97), Both Teams: Feb. 21, 1987; 3-Pt. Field Goals - Season 230, Nebraska (117), Oklahoma (113), Made: 267, 2001-02 (729 att.) at Kansas City, Mo., March 8, 1991 (OT, B8T) 167, 2001-02 (447 att.) Conference Made: Losing Effort: 111, at Oklahoma (115), Feb. 14, 1994 (OT) : 729, 2001-02 (267 made) Attempted Margin of Victory: 74, Nebraska (82), at Crete (8), Jan. 4, 1907 447, 2001-02 (167 made) Conference Attempted: Margin of Defeat: 56, at Kansas (102), Nebraska (46), Feb. 8, 1958 .397, 2009-10 (217-547) Percentage: Players Scoring in Double Figures: . 413, 1986-87 (52-126) Conference Percentage: 8, at Oklahoma, Jan. 26, 1991, .423, 1986-87 (143-338) Opponent Percentage: [Tony Farmer (22), Carl Hayes (16), Beau Opponent Conference Percentage: .500, 1986-87 (59-118) Reid (14), Rich King (12), Jose Ramos (12), Eric Piatkowski (11), Keith Moody (11), Clifford Scales (10)] 8, vs. Appalachian State, Dec. 31, 1994, [Erick Strickland (21), Jaron Boone (17), Mikki Moore (12), Chris Sallee (12), Tom Wald (11), Melvin Brooks (10), Terrance Badgett (10), Chester Surles (10)] Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 193

194 Blocked Shots - Game Free Throws - Game 15, vs. Coppin State, Dec. 6, 1996 Most: 43, vs. Texas, Jan. 3, 1996 (59 att.) Made: Attempted: Conference: 14, at Northwestern, Jan. 2, 2018 60, vs. Kansas State, Jan. 11, 1954 (36 made) 17, at Oklahoma State, Jan. 31, 1979 Opponent: No Misses: 17, at Iowa State, Jan. 25, 2003 No Misses, Half: 17, vs. Oklahoma, at Kansas City, March 8, 1991 (1st, B8T) Blocked Shots - Season Consecutive Made: 25 vs. Oklahoma, at Kansas City, 202, 1996-97 (33 games) Most: Dec. 28, 1967 Conference: 95, 2017-18 (18 games) Opponent Made: 44, Oklahoma State, at Nebraska, Opponent: 144, 2002-03 (30 games) Feb. 14, 1990 (52 att.) Opponent Conference: 95, 2002-03 (16 games) Opponent Attempted: 52, Oklahoma St., at Nebraska, Note: Blocked shot statistics available only since 1978. Basketball Feb. 14, 1990 (44 made) 16, at Kansas State, Jan. 26, 1980 Opponent No Misses: Steals - Game 23, vs. Texas Tech, March 4, 1999 (B12T) Steals: Free Throws - Season 21, vs. Texas, Jan. 10, 1999 Conference: Made: 690, 1990-91 (981 att.) 20, at Oklahoma, Jan. 14, 1993 Opponent: 301, 1990-91 (417 att.) Conference Made: 981, 1990-91 (690 made) Attempted: Steals - Season 417, 1990-91 (301 made) Conference Attempted: 359, 1998-99 (33 games) Steals: .767, 2011-12 (335-437) Percentage: 166, 1998-99 (16 games) Conference: Conference Percentage: .782, 1993-94 (258-330) 327, 1995-96 (35 games) Opponent: 34, 1985-86 (last 13 at Oklahoma, Consecutive Made: Opponent Conference: 165, 1991-92 (14 games) Jan. 29; first 21 at Colorado, Feb. 1) Note: Steal statistics available only since 1978. Opponent Percentage: .750, 1979-80 (389-519) .800, 1979-80 (179-212) Opponent Conference Percentage: Games Played - Season 35, 1995-96 (21-14) Played: Rebounds - Game Victories: 26, 1990-91 (8 losses) Rebounds: 77, vs. Kansas State, Feb. 18, 1957 13, 2917-18 (13-5) Conference Victories: Opponent: 77, at Kansas, Feb. 23, 1957 Home Victories: 17, 1982-83 (1 loss); 17*, 2007-08 (3 losses); Rebounds - Season 17, 2010-11 (2 losses) 1,454, 1990-91 (34 games) Rebounds: * game at Qwest Center Omaha considered home game 655, 1959-60 (14 games) Conference: 12, 1990-91 (7 losses) Road Victories: 48.8, 1959-60 (1,170 in 24 games) Average: Percentage: .933, 1911-12 (14-1) Conference Average: 46.8, 1959-60 (655 in 14 games) Conference Percentage: 1.000, 1911-12 (8-0); Highest Margin: +6.6, 1990-91 (42.8-36.2) 1.000, 1912-13 (10-0); Opponent Average: 49.6, 1959-60 (1,191 in 24 games) 1.000, 1913-14 (7-0); 1.000, 1915-16 (12-0) 19, 1962-63 (6 wins); Losses: Assists - Game 36, vs. Montana State, Dec. 23, 1977 Assists: 19, 1999-2000 (11 wins); : 19, 2002-03 (11 wins); 31, vs. Iowa State, Feb. 4, 1973 Conference 19, 2016-17 (12 wins) Opponent: 36, at Oklahoma, Feb. 21, 1987 14, 2009-10 (2 wins); Conference Losses: 14, 2011-12 (4 wins) Assists - Season 9, 1931-32 (1 win); Home Losses: Assists: 696, 1990-91 (34 games) 9, 1962-63 (4 wins) Conference: 289, 1984-85 (14 games) Road Losses: 13, 1951-52 (0 wins); Average: 20.5, 1984-85 (615 in 30 games) 13, 1963-64 (1 win); 20.6, 1984-85 (289 in 14 games) Conference Average: 13, 1999-00 (1 win); 579, 1990-91 (34 games) Opponent: 13, 2002-03 (3 wins) Opponent Conference: 309, 1989-90 (14 games) Overtime Games: 4, 1955-56 (won 3); Note: Assist statistics available only since 1974. 4, 1979-80 (won 3); 4, 1986-87 (won 4); Turnovers - Game 4, 1996-97 (won 2); Fewest: 2, vs. Purdue, Jan. 16, 2013 4, 2007-08 (won 1) Most: 31, at Creighton, Dec. 11, 2005 Overtimes, Single Game: 4, at Evansville, Jan. 3, 1985 Fewest by Opponent: 4, Nebraska 92, UAB 84, at Nebraska, Dec. 22, 1979 4, Western Kentucky, March 14, 1986 (NCAA) 4, Missouri, March 10, 2010 (B12T) 35, Denver, at Nebraska, Nov. 26, 1982 Most by Opponent: Turnovers - Season 302, 1981-82 (28 games) Fewest: 132, 1981-82 (14 games) Fewest Conference: 627, 1995-96 (35 games) Most: Most Conference: 310, 1999-00 (16 games) Fewest Per Game: 10.7, 2012-13 (352 in 33 games) 19.3, 1999-00 (579 in 30 games) Most Per Game: Fewest Opponent: 363, 1985-86 (30 games) 168, 1984-85 (14 games) Fewest Opponent Conference: Most Opponent: 618, 1990-91 (34 games) 291, 1998-99 (16 games) Most Opponent Conference: Note: Turnover statistics available only since 1978. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 194

195 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Single Season Records 1. Ray Gallegos (2013) 271 Points Scored 2. Joe McCray (2005) 226 Dave Hoppen (1985) 1. 704 217 3. Terran Petteway (2015) 2. 678 Tyronn Lue (1998) 211 Andrew White III (2016) 4. 3. Eric Piatkowski (1994) 646 Tyronn Lue (1998) 5. 209 603 Tyronn Lue (1997) 4. 6 207 Cary Cochran (2002) . 600 5. Andre Smith (1980) 185 Bo Spencer (2012) . 7 6. 598 Dave Hoppen (1984) . Jaron Boone (1995) 182 8 7. Terran Petteway (2014) 579 Eric Piatkowski (1994) 172 . 9 James Palmer Jr. (2018) 8. 568 167 . 10 Jaron Boone (1996) 9 Terran Petteway (2015) 564 563 10. Andrew White III (2016) (min. 25 made) 3-Point Pct. 3FG-Att. Pct. Scoring Average (min. 400 pts.) 66-118 Brian Conklin (2004) .559 1. G Pts. Avg. 2. .473 78-165 Cary Cochran (2001) Basketball 23.5 30 Dave Hoppen (1985) 1. 704 .473 Jay-R Strowbridge (2007) 3. 25-54 22.1 19 420 2. Dave Hoppen (1986) 4. Clifford Scales (1991) .456 26-57 646 3. 21.5 30 Eric Piatkowski (1994) 5. Henry T. Buchanan (1987) .452 28-62 Marvin Stewart (1971) 556 4. 26 21.4 6. Eshaunte Jones (2010) 40-92 .435 551 26 Chuck Jura (1972) 5. 21.2 7. .433 65-150 Brian Conklin (2002) 32 6. 21.2 678 Tyronn Lue (1998) .432 48-111 Ryan Anderson (2007) 8. 26 525 20.2 Jerry Fort (1975) 7. 9. .430 89-207 Cary Cochran (2002) 19.9 8. Dave Hoppen (1984) 30 598 10. 54-126 Ryan Anderson (2010) .429 19.4 Andre Smith (1980) 9. 600 31 482 10. Stuart Lantz (1968) 25 19.3 Free Throws Made 184 Jack Moore (1980) 1. Field Goals Made 167 Terran Petteway (2014) 2. 1. 270 Dave Hoppen (1985) Dave Hoppen (1985) 164 3. 2. 240 Tyronn Lue (1998) 4. 163 James Palmer Jr. (2018) 3. 237 Andre Smith (1980) 5 . Dave Hoppen (1984) 158 226 Eric Piatkowski (1994) 4. 6 Aleks Maric (2007) . 147 Dave Hoppen (1984) 220 5. 7 Bob Gratopp (1969) . 141 220 Chuck Jura (1972) Tom Russell (1962) . 8 140 Jerry Fort (1975) 218 7. 9. 139 Shavon Shields (2015) 8. Marvin Stewart (1971) 215 10 137 . Tony Farmer (1991) 215 Tyronn Lue (1997) 207 Jerry Fort (1974) 10. Free Throws Attempted 227 Kimani Ffriend (2000) 1. Field Goals Attempted James Palmer Jr. (2018) 2. 221 547 1. Tyronn Lue (1998) 3. Aleks Maric (2007) 216 2. Jerry Fort (1975) 508 4 . 213 Kimani Ffriend (2001) 484 Jerry Fort (1974) 3. . 5 Bill Johnson (1954) 212 484 Jim Buchanan (1952) Jack Moore (1980) 6 211 . 476 5. Tyronn Lue (1997) 210 Dave Hoppen (1985) . 7 Terran Petteway (2015) 6. 465 8 . 208 Dave Hoppen (1984) 456 Eric Piatkowski (1994) 7. 9. 207 Aleks Maric (2008) 455 Jaron Boone (1995) 8. . 10 Terran Petteway (2014) 204 Jerry Fort (1976) 452 9. Tai Webster 5 10. 43 ) (201 7 (min. 2 att./game) Free Throw Pct. FT-FTA Pct. (min. 5 att./team game) Field Goal Pct. 1. Jack Moore (1982) 123-131 .939 FG-FGA Pct. 71-77 Cary Cochran (2002) 2. .9221 .672 133-198 1. Larry Cox (1976) 118-128 Jack Moore (1981) 3. .9219 270-418 .646 2. Dave Hoppen (1985) Bo Spencer (2012) .876 92-105 4. .623 Kimani Ffriend (2001) 3. 144-231 .872 5. Jack Moore (1980) 184-211 4. Dave Hoppen (1986) 151-245 .616 67-77 .870 David Ponce (1984) 6. .611 237-388 Andre Smith (1980) 5. 7. Nate Johnson (2004) 103-119 .866 6. 155-257 .603 Steffon Bradford (2001) 8. Kent Reckewey (1973) 35-41 .854 7. Dave Hoppen (1984) 220-367 .599 92-108 Tom Baack (1966) 9. .852 Chuck Jura (1971) .592 181-306 8. .849 10. 79-93 Brian Carr (1986) .590 111-188 Pete Manning (1988) 9. Andre Smith (1981) 10. 185-314 .589 Rebounds Aleks Maric (2008) 335 1. 3-Point Field Goals Made 335 Venson Hamilton (1999) 1. Cary Cochran (2002) 89 3. Venson Hamilton (1998) 315 2. Andrew White III (2016) 87 Chuck Jura (1972) 4. 305 83 Ray Gallegos (2013) 3. 290 Leroy Chalk (1971) 5. . Joe McCray (2005) 80 4 274 Rich King (1991) 6. 78 Cary Cochran (2001) . 5 7. Venson Hamilton (1997) 269 78 Tyronn Lue (1998) 263 Kimani Ffriend (2000) 8. 7 . Jaron Boone (1995) 70 Aleks Maric (2007) 260 9. Terran Petteway (2015) 68 8 Dave Hoppen (1985) 10. 258 Marcus Perry (2007) . 9 67 . Brian Conklin (2004) 66 10 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 195

196 (min. 175 rebounds) Rebound Avg. Career Records Reb. Avg. G Points Chuck Jura (1972) 1. 11.7 305 26 1. Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 2,167 11.5 Rex Ekwall (1955) 2. 21 241 2. 1,934 Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 3. Bill Johnson (1954) 11.2 21 236 1,882 Jerry Fort (1973-76) 3. 26 Leroy Chalk (1971) 290 11.1 4. 1,717 4. Andre Smith (1978-81) 224 10.7 5. Rex Ekwall (1956) 21 1,630 Aleks Maric (2005-08) 5. 10.2 335 33 Aleks Maric (2008) 6. 1,630 Shavon Shields (2013-16) Venson Hamilton (1999) 33 335 10.2 7 1,609 Jaron Boone (1993-96) . 9.9 257 26 Leroy Chalk (1969) 8. . Erick Strickland (1993-96) 1,586 8 Venson Hamilton (1998) 32 9.8 9. 315 Basketball 1,577 Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 9 . 9.8 24 Leroy Chalk (1970) 10. 235 Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) . 10 1,552 Assists (min. 675 Points) Scoring Average 237 1. Brian Carr (1985) G Pts. Avg. 2. 201 Brian Carr (1986) 111 Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 1. 19.5 2,167 3. Charles Richardson Jr. (2007) 179 2. 18.1 15 1,143 ) 63 Terran Petteway (2014- 166 4. Brian Carr (1987) Jerry Fort (1973-76) 17.9 3. 105 1,882 152 5. Tyronn Lue (1998) 1,299 75 Tom Baack (1966-68) 4. 17.3 145 Lance Jeter (2011) 6. 75 1,138 5. 17.2 Marvin Stewart (1969-71) Jack Moore (1980) 145 1,269 75 Stuart Lantz (1969-71) 6. 16.9 Tyronn Lue (1996) 8. 144 7. Chuck Jura (1970-72) 16.3 1,255 77 138 Cookie Belcher (1999) 99 1,577 15.9 Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 8. 10. 136 Tyronn Lue (1997) 15.7 123 Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 9. 1,934 Andre Smith (1978-81) 114 1,717 15.1 10. (min. 100 Assists) Assists Per Game Assists APG G Field Goals Made 237 7.90 1. Brian Carr (1985) 30 804 Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 1. 201 30 Brian Carr (1986) 2. 6.70 Jerry Fort (1973-76) 777 2. 5.77 179 31 Charles Richardson Jr. (2007) 3. 676 Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 3. 5.03 166 33 4. Brian Carr (1987) 673 4. Andre Smith (1978-81) 152 32 Tyronn Lue (1998) 5. 4.75 589 5. Aleks Maric (2005-08) 6. Jack Moore (1980) 31 145 4.68 6. Jaron Boone (1993-96) 575 7. 130 28 Jamar Johnson (1992) 4.64 Rich King (1988-91) 7. 564 4.53 145 32 Lance Jeter (2011) 8. 8. Shavon Shields (2013-16) 562 4.39 Jamar Johnson (1994) 28 9. 123 9. Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 560 131 10. Cookie Belcher (2001) 30 4.37 10 Carl McPipe (1976-79) 546 . Steals Field Goals Attempted Cookie Belcher (1999) 102 1. 1. Jerry Fort (1973-76) 1,793 89 2. Erick Strickland (1995) 2. 1,436 Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 3. 87 Cookie Belcher (1997) 3. Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 1,341 82 Cookie Belcher (2001) 4. 4. Jaron Boone (1993-96) 1,327 75 Cookie Belcher (1998) 5. 1,255 Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 5. 6. 68 Eric Johnson (1989) 1,236 Shavon Shields (2013-16) 6. 7. 67 Venson Hamilton (1999) 1,219 Erick Strickland (1993-96) 7. Brian Carr (1987) 67 Larry Florence (1997-2000) . 8 1,150 64 Clifford Scales (1991) 9. 9 1,148 . Andre Smith (1978-81) 10. Tyronn Lue (1998) 63 1,138 Tom Baack (1966-68) . 10 Blocked Shots (min. 400 att.) Field Goal Pct. Derrick Chandler (1992) 91 1. FG-FGA Pct. 2. Mikki Moore (1997) 88 1. .625 270-432 Larry Cox (1974-76) 3. 85 Kimani Ffriend (2000) Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 2. .600 804-1,341 4. Venson Hamilton (1999) 80 .586 673-1,148 Andre Smith (1978-81) 3. 74 Kimani Ffriend (2001) 5. .580 267-460 Kimani Ffriend (2000-01) 4. 6. Mikki Moore (1996) 71 5. .564 564-1,000 Rich King (1988-91) 7. Rich King (1991) 68 6. 303-540 .561 Bruce Chubick (1991-94) 8. 67 Mikki Moore (1995) .553 274-676 Mikki Moore (1994-97) 7. 9. Venson Hamilton (1998) 66 8. 500-910 .549 Chuck Jura (1970-72) 10. (2 018 ) 6 3 Isaiah Roby 309-567 Bernard Day (1985-86) .545 9. .543 242-446 Pete Manning (1988-89) 10. Minutes Played 1. 1,237 Ray Gallegos (2013) 3-Point Field Goals Made Dylan Talley (2013) 2. 1,173 1. 268 Cary Cochran (1999-2002) Dave Hoppen (1985) 3. 1,155 202 Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 2. Tyronn Lue (1997) 1,150 4. 3. Ryan Anderson (2007-10) 185 1,149 Tyronn Lue (1998) 5. Jaron Boone (1993-96) 181 4. 6. Jack Moore (1980) 1,143 5. Erick Strickland (1993-96) 179 1,141 Andre Smith (1980) 7. 6. Brian Conklin (2001-04) 176 Charles Richardson Jr. (2007) 8. 1,125 7. Ray Gallegos (2010-14) 158 1,120 Brian Carr (1985) 9. 8. 146 Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) 10. Jaron Boone (1996) 1,105 Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 9. 145 128 Paul Velander (2006-09) 10. Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 196

197 (min. 400 rebounds) Rebound Avg. 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Cary Cochran (1999-2002) 1. Reb. Avg. G 630 Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 1. 2. 564 10.4 679 65 Rex Ekwall (1955-57) 10.3 782 Ray Gallegos (2010-14) Leroy Chalk (1969-71) 2. 517 76 3. 4. Erick Strickland (1993-96) 9.6 740 77 Chuck Jura (1970-72) 3. 512 Bill Johnson (1952-54) 4. 569 9.5 5. 501 Jaron Boone (1993-96) 65 6. 470 5. Tom Russell (1961-62) 49 432 8.8 Ryan Anderson (2007-10) 626 7. Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) 450 8.7 72 Herschell Turner (1958-60) 6. 58 Kimani Ffriend (2000-01) 7. 492 Brian Conklin (2001-04) 8. 8.5 407 8.39 8. Aleks Maric (2005-08) 121 1,015 Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 407 8.37 Terran Petteway (2014-15) 129 Venson Hamilton (1996-99) 9. 10. 364 1,080 60 Derrick Chandler (1992-93) 8.2 490 10. 3-Point FG Pct. (min. 100 att.) Assists 3FG-Att. Pct. (since 1974) .432 176-407 Brian Conklin (2001-04) 1. 682 Brian Carr (1984-87) 1. 477 Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) 2. 268-630 .425 Cary Cochran (1999-2002) 2. Basketball .410 50-122 Jay-R Strowbridge (2007-08) 3. 3. Jaron Boone (1993-96) 446 4. 45-110 Clifford Scales (1988-91) .409 4. Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 432 .406 67-165 Henry T. Buchanan (1987-88) 5. 5. Erick Strickland (1993-96) 414 399 Chris Cresswell (1990-92) 6. .3946 103-261 6. Charles Richardson Jr. (2004-07) Ryan Anderson (2007-10) 7. .3936 185-470 382 Jack Moore (1979-82) 7. 355 8. Jamar Johnson (1992-94) .3935 98-249 Marcus Perry (2006-07) 8. Eshaunte Jones (2010-11) 9. 68-172 Clifford Scales (1988-91) .390 354 9. Beau Reid (1988-91) 10. 344 10. Paul Velander (2006-09) 128-329 .389 Steals (since 1978) Free Throws Made Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 353 Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) 559 1. 1. 2. 2. 448 257 Erick Strickland (1993-96) Aleks Maric (2005-08) 3. 446 Jack Moore (1979-82) 3. Venson Hamilton (1996-99) 186 177 429 4. 4. Clifford Scales (1988-91) Shavon Shields (2013-16) Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) Ryan Anderson (2007-10) 5. 166 5. 380 . 371 Andre Smith (1978-81) 159 Brian Carr (1984-87) 6. 6 154 Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 7. . 7 360 Venson Hamilton (1996-99) Brandon Richardson (2009-12) 145 8. 345 Rich King (1988-91) . 8 Erick Strickland (1993-96) . 9 9. 137 337 Larry Florence (1997-2000) 137 Benny Parker (2013-16) . 10 Jerry Fort (1973-76) 328 137 Glynn Watson Jr. (2016-present) Free Throw Attempts 724 (since 1978) Blocked Shots Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 1. 2. 241 Venson Hamilton (1996-99) 1. Aleks Maric (2005-08) 679 236 Mikki Moore (1994-97) 2. 3. Venson Hamilton (1996-99) 590 4. 183 Rich King (1988-91) 3. Shavon Shields (2013-16) 565 163 John Turek (2002-05) 4. . 5 Andre Smith (1978-81) 562 Rich King (1988-91) 159 Kimani Ffriend (2000-01) 5. 6 . 510 Aleks Maric (2005-08) 6. . 145 7 Jack Moore (1979-82) 495 8 144 Derrick Chandler (1992-93) 7. . Eric Piatkowski (1991-94) 489 8. Wes Wilkinson (2003-06) 113 9 . Jerry Fort (1973-76) 486 10 484 9. Jorge Brian Diaz (2010-12) 110 Bill Johnson (1952-54) . 8 8 ) 2017-present 10. ( Isaiah Roby (min. 200 att.) Free Throw Pct. Games Played FT-FTA Pct. 131 1. Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) 446-495 1. Jack Moore (1979-82) .901 130 Benny Parker (2013-16) 2. Tom Baack (1966-68) 247-297 2. .832 Venson Hamilton (1996-99) 129 3. Brandon Richardson (2009-12) 230-278 .827 3. .803 4 4. Brandon Ubel (2010-13) . 240-299 128 Sek Henry (2007-10) Terrance Badgett (1993-96) .801 230-287 Brian Carr (1984-87) 5 . 5 127 127 Jaron Boone (1993-96) 6. Nate Johnson (2003-04) 186-233 .798 .790 Jamar Johnson (1992-94) 166-210 Erick Strickland (1993-96) 127 7. .790 Tai Webster (2014-17) Bob Gratopp (1968-70) 316-400 127 .788 312-396 9 . Brandon Ubel (2010-13) Tyronn Lue (1996-98) 9. 125 . 10 124 10. Charles Richardson Jr. (2004-07) 156-200 .780 Rich King (1988-91) Andy Markowski (1996-99) 124 (since 1952) Rebounds 1,080 Venson Hamilton (1996-99) 1. Games Started 1. Cookie Belcher (1997-2001) 129 1,015 Aleks Maric (2005-08) 2. Leroy Chalk (1969-71) 782 112 Shavon Shields (2013-16) 2. 3. . 773 4. 111 Dave Hoppen (1983-86) Dave Hoppen (1983-86) 3 5. Rich King (1988-91) 761 4 . Larry Florence (1997-2000) 105 Andre Smith (1978-81) 753 6. 5 . Jaron Boone (1993-96) 102 7. Chuck Jura (1970-72) 740 Ryan Anderson (2007-10) . 101 6 Carl McPipe (1976-79) 8. 723 7 . Aleks Maric (2005-08) 99 9. John Turek (2002-05) 682 Sek Henry (2007-10) 99 10. Rex Ekwall (1955-57) 679 Jake Muhleisen (2002-05) 9 . 98 Jerry Fort (1973-76) . 10 97 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 197

198 19. 105 vs. Eastern Washington (71), Jan. 14, 1984 (since 1947) ingle G S ame Fewest Points Allowed, 105 vs. Northwest Missouri St. (64), Jan. 5, 1987 1. vs. Bethune-Cookman, Dec. 20, 2003 (NU 70) 26 105 vs. Toledo (68), Dec. 8, 1990 vs. North Carolina Central, Dec. 22, 2007 (71) 2. 28 105 vs. Oklahoma (93), Feb. 16, 1991 3. 32 vs. South Dakota, Dec. 3, 1949 (61) 105 vs. Oklahoma (88), March 11, 1994 (B8T) vs. Kansas, Jan. 8, 1949 (52) 4. 34 24. 104 vs. Montana State (60), Dec. 23, 1978 vs. Morgan State, Dec. 6, 2004 (64) 34 104 vs. Pepperdine (100), Dec. 2, 1989 6. vs. Savannah State, Dec. 11, 2007 (82) 37 104 vs. Northern Iowa (109), Dec. 16, 1995 7. 38 vs. South Dakota, Dec. 16, 1947 (65) 104 vs. UTSA (94), Dec. 20, 2017 38 vs. Santa Clara, Dec. 12, 1950 (53) 2 8 . 102 vs. Eastern Washington (67), Dec. 21, 1991 vs. Kansas, Feb. 11, 1961 (33) 38 102 vs. Iowa State (86), Feb. 12, 1994 38 vs. Mary, Nov. 15, 2016 (70) Basketball 30 . 101 at Wisconsin (88), Dec. 1, 1965 101 vs. South Dakota (69), Dec. 1, 1984 Fewest Points By NU, Single G ame (since 1947) 101 at California-Irvine (109), Nov. 28, 1986 28 1. at Kansas State (53), March 1, 1949 101 vs. Northeastern Illinois (60), Dec. 21, 1994 33 vs. Kansas (38), Feb. 11, 1961 2. 3 . 100 vs. Washington State (75), Dec. 12, 1966 4 vs. Kansas State (48), Dec. 27, 1948 3. 34 100 vs. South Dakota State (83), Nov. 30, 1979 at Michigan State (62), Feb. 25, 2012 34 100 vs. Illinois (73), Nov. 24, 1990 5. vs. Oklahoma State (52), March 16, 1949 (NCAA Playoff) 35 100 vs. Creighton (83), Dec. 10, 1992 6. 36 at Kansas (49), Feb. 11, 1950 100 vs. Southern Utah (85), Jan. 5, 1993 36 at Kansas State (71), Jan. 12, 1952 100 at Colorado (86), Feb. 8, 1995 at San Jose State (39), Dec. 29, 1947 38 8. 100 at Oklahoma (117), Jan. 13, 1996 (3OT) at Oregon (60), Dec. 15, 2012 38 Note: Nebraska is 3 6 -4 when it has scored 100 or more 39 at Oklahoma (66), Feb. 10, 1958 10. points. 39 at Oklahoma State (54), Feb. 7, 1959 *Most points scored in loss vs. Kansas (45), Feb. 23, 1963 39 vs. Kansas State (41), March 7, 1984 (B8T) 39 100-Point Games Against NU vs. Kansas (92), Feb. 17, 2007 39 1. 133 at Oklahoma, Feb. 21, 1987 (NU 97) vs. Oklahoma State (54), March 8, 2007 (B12T) 39 119 by Marshall, March 13, 1967 (88, NIT) 2. 3. 117 at Oklahoma, Jan. 13, 1996 (100, 3OT) Most Points, Both Teams 4. 115 at Oklahoma, Feb. 14, 1994 (111, OT) at Oklahoma 133, Nebraska 97, Feb. 21, 1987 1. 230 5. 114 at Kansas State, Jan. 10, 1987 (82) Nebraska 117, Oklahoma 113, March 8, 1991 230 114 at Iowa State, Jan. 28, 1988 (76) (B8T, OT) 113 at Oklahoma, March 5, 1988 (93) 7. 3. 226 at Oklahoma 115, Nebraska 111, Feb. 14, 1994 (OT) 113 by Oklahoma, March 8, 1991 (117, B8T, OT)## 220 Nebraska 114, Oregon 106, Nov. 25, 1995 (OT) 4. 9. 112 at Houston, Dec. 12, 1969 (82) at Oklahoma 117, Nebraska 100, Jan. 13, 1996 (3OT) 5. 217 *111 by Missouri, Jan. 13, 1990 (95) 10. 6. 213 Northern Iowa 109, Nebraska 104, Dec. 16, 1995 11. 110 at Kansas, Feb. 26, 1966 (73) 7. 211 at Nebraska 116, Texas-Arlington 95, Dec. 21, 1992 12. 109 at California-Irvine, Nov. 28, 1986 (101) 8. 210 at California-Irvine 109, Nebraska 101, Nov. 28, 1986 109 by SW Louisiana, Dec. 29, 1992 (80) Nebraska 111, at Oklahoma 99, Jan. 26, 1991 210 109 by Northern Iowa, Dec. 16, 1995 (104) Marshall 119, Nebraska 88, March 13, 1967 (NIT) 10. 207 15. 108 at Kansas State, March 10, 1953 (80) Nebraska 106, at Southern Utah 101, Nov. 30, 1991 207 16. 107 at Missouri, Feb. 10, 1990 (85) 107 by Oklahoma, March 13, 1992 (85, B8T) Fewest Points, Both Teams 106 at Oklahoma, March 7, 1992 (97) 18. 71 Kansas 38, at Nebraska 33, Feb. 11, 1961 1. 106 by Oregon, Nov. 25, 1995 (114, OT)## at San Jose State 39, Nebraska 38, Dec. 29, 1947 2. 77 20. 105 at Oklahoma, Jan. 31, 1990 (64) Kansas State 41, at Nebraska 39, March 7, 1984 (B8T) 80 3. 105 at Texas, Jan. 21, 1998 (91) 81 4. at Kansas State 53, Nebraska 28, March 1, 1949 103 at Ohio State, Dec. 14, 1988 (76) 22. 5. Kansas State 48, Nebraska 34, Dec. 27, 1948 82 103 at Oklahoma, March 4, 1989 (76) (KC,B7HT) 103 vs. Oklahoma State, Feb. 14, 1990 (84) at Nebraska 43, Air Force 39, Dec. 8, 1962 82 103 at Kansas, Jan. 25, 1992 (78) 84 7. at Nebraska 43, Kansas 41, Feb. 22, 1958 102 at Kansas, Feb. 8, 1958 (46) 26. 84 Kansas 45, at Nebraska 39, Feb. 23, 1963 102 at Wyoming, Dec. 7, 1966 (98) Nebraska 44, at Iowa State 41, Feb. 19, 1949 9. 85 102 at Oklahoma, Jan. 14, 1993 (89) 85 at Kansas 49, Nebraska 36, Feb. 11, 1950 102 at Texas, Jan. 4, 1995 (74) 30. 101 at Iowa State, Feb. 24, 1990 (85) 100-Point Husker Games 101 at Michigan State, Dec. 4, 1991 (78) 1. 117 vs. Harvard (79), Dec. 1, 1989 101 at Southern Utah, Nov. 30, 1992 (106)## 117 vs. Oklahoma (113), March 8, 1991 (B8T, OT) 101 at T CU , March 15, 1999 (89) 3. 116 vs. Nevada (71), Dec. 14, 1970 34. 100 vs. Kansas State, Dec. 26, 1963 (78) 116 vs. Texas-Arlington (95), Dec. 21, 1992 100 at Kansas, Feb. 17, 1970 (87) 114 vs. Oregon (106), Nov. 25, 1995 (OT) 5. 100 vs. Pepperdine, Dec. 2, 1989 (104)## 6. 113 vs. Augustana, S.D. (69), Nov. 26, 1983 Note: Nebraska is 4-32 when allowing 100 or more points, 113 vs. Tennessee Tech (92), Dec. 14, 1990 (wins indicated with ##). 111 vs. Cal State Fullerton (74), Dec. 4, 1967 8. * Most points scored against NU in Lincoln. 111 at Oklahoma (99), Jan. 26, 1991 111 vs. Portland (85), Dec. 4, 1993 *111 at Oklahoma (115), Feb. 14, 1994 (OT) 110 vs. Oklahoma (90), Jan. 27, 1968 12. 13. 108 vs. Colgate (76), Dec. 4, 1992 108 vs. Appalachian State (71), Dec. 31, 1994 15. 107 vs. Saint Louis (79), Nov. 23, 1990 107 vs. North Carolina A&T (57), Dec. 19, 2005 106 at Southern Utah (101), Nov. 30, 1991 17. 106 vs. Colorado (67), Jan. 8, 1994 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 198

199 1982 (NU, 1-1) argest Victory Margin L No. Margin Score H/A Opponent Season Nebraska 60, Oklahoma State 49 74 82-8 A Crete 1906-07 1. Missouri 58, Nebraska 53 97-40 H Arkansas-Pine Bluff 2004-05 Tournament Champion: Missouri 2. 57 57-3 54 Doane 1899-1900 Regular-Season Champion: Missouri 3. H A 1898-99 57-3 Nebraska Wesleyan 54 H 5. W Missouri State 1982-83 52 98-46 S 1983 (NU, 1-1) H Morningside 1911-12 52 62-10 Nebraska 94, Iowa State 71 North Carolina A&T 50 7. 107-57 H 2005-06 Missouri 69, Nebraska 63 Missouri Western St 50 93-43 H . 1982-83 Tournament Champion: Oklahoma St. 1991-92 Sam Houston State 91-42 49 9. H Regular-Season Champion: Missouri 49 63-14 H Nebraska Wesleyan 1901-02 1995-96 Delaware State H 88-41 47 11. 1984 (NU, 0-1) H Mississippi Valley St. 2015-16 12. 46 97-51 Kansas State 41, Nebraska 39 2007-08 Savannah State H 82-37 . 45 3 1 Tournament Champion: Kansas 1970-71 45 Nevada 116-71 H Champion: Oklahoma St. Basketball 45 56-11 H Cotner 1913-14 H Brown College “B” 1905-06 45 57-12 1985 (NU, 0-1) 1898-99 Doane 52-7 45 H at Kansas 74, Nebraska 69 Note: Nebraska’s largest margin of victory over a conference Tournament Champion: Oklahoma opponent was 40 points vs. Kansas, March 2, 1901 (48-8). Champion: Oklahoma Largest Losing Margin 1986 (NU, 1-1) Season Opponent Score Margin No. Nebraska 82, Oklahoma State 75 46-102 at Kansas 1957-58 1. 56 Iowa State 75, Nebraska 58 2. 53 39-92 at Kansas 2006-07 Bernard Day, All-Tournament at Haskell Institute 29-73 44 3. 1901-02 Tournament Champion: Kansas 1901-02 4. 43 9-52 at Minnesota Champion: Kansas 5. 42 54-96 at Kansas 2005-06 42 27-69 at Illinois 1942-43 1987 (NU, 0-1) 42 at Kansas 1945-46 30-72 Kansas State 47, Nebraska 45 42 47-89 vs. Colorado (at K.C.) 1954-55 Tournament Champion: Missouri 1989-90 9. 41 64-105 at Oklahoma Regular-Season Champion: Missouri 2009-10 10. at Texas 40 51-91 15-55 at DePaul 1943-44 40 1988 (NU, 0-1) 40 1994-95 at Oklahoma State 53-93 Kansas State 75, Nebraska 70 at Wisconsin 4-43 39 13. 1907-08 Tournament Champion: Oklahoma at Missouri 39 16-55 1921-22 Regular-Season Champion: Oklahoma at Oklahoma State 1964-65 39 54-93 55-94 1999-2000 at Oklahoma State 39 1989 (NU, 0-1) 39 57-96 at Kansas 2001-02 Missouri 98, Nebraska 70 Tournament Champion: Missouri Conference Tournament History Regular-Season Champion: Oklahoma Big Eight 1990 (NU, 0-1) 1977 (NU, 0-1) Oklahoma 78, Nebraska 65 at Kansas 61, Nebraska 58, Tournament Champion: Oklahoma Tournament Champion: Kansas State Regular-Season Champion: Missouri Regular-Season Champion: Kansas State 1991 (NU, 2-1) 1978 (NU, 1-1) Nebraska 117, Oklahoma 113 (OT) Nebraska 71, Oklahoma State 63 Nebraska 87, Kansas 83 Missouri 61, Nebraska 58 Missouri 90, Nebraska 82 Tournament Champion: Missouri Clifford Scales and Tony Farmer, All-Tournament Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Tournament Champion: Missouri Regular-Season Co-Champions: Oklahoma St.; Kansas 1979 (NU, 0-1) at Kansas State 61, Nebraska 60 (2OT) 1992 (NU, 0-1) Tournament Champion: Oklahoma Oklahoma 107, Nebraska 85 Regular-Season Champion: Oklahoma Tournament Champion: Kansas Regular-Season Champion: Kansas 1980 (NU, 1-1) Nebraska 75, Oklahoma 68 NU, 0-1) ( 1993 Kansas State 60, Nebraska 59 Kansas State 47, Nebraska 45 Jack Moore, All-Tournament Tournament Champion: Missouri Regular-Season Champion: Missouri Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Tournament Champion: Kansas State (NU, 0-1) 1981 Colorado 70, Nebraska 66 Tournament Champion: Kansas Regular-Season Champion: Missouri Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 199

200 (NU, 3-0) 2007 (NU, 0-1) 1994 Oklahoma State 54, Nebraska 39 Nebraska 105, Oklahoma 88 Nebraska 98, Missouri 91 Tournament Champion: Kansas Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Nebraska 77, Oklahoma State 66 Tournament Champion: Nebraska All-Tournament: Eric Piatkowski (MVP), 2008 (NU, 1-1) Bruce Chubick, Jaron Boone Nebraska 61, Missouri 56 Regular-Season Champion: Missouri Kansas 64, Nebraska 54 Tournament Champion: Kansas Regular-Season Co-Champions: Texas & Kansas (NU, 0-1) 1995 Oklahoma State 68, Nebraska 48 Basketball Tournament Champion: Oklahoma St. 2009 (NU, 0-1) Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Baylor 65, Nebraska 49 Tournament Champion: Missouri Regular-Season Champion: Kansas 1996 (NU, 0-1) Iowa State 62, Nebraska 60 Tournament Champion: Iowa State 2010 (NU, 1-1) Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Nebraska 75, Missouri 60 Texas A&M 70, Nebraska 64 Tournament Champion: Kansas Big 12 Regular-Season Champion: Kansas 1997 (NU, 0-1) Missouri 78, Nebraska 72 2011 (NU, 0-1) Tournament Champion: Kansas Oklahoma State 53, Nebraska 52 Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Tournament Champion: Kansas Regular-Season Champion: Kansas 1998 (NU, 1-1) Nebraska 65, Baylor 46 Kansas 91, Nebraska 59 Big Ten Tournament Champion: Kansas 2012 (NU, 0-1) Regular-Season Champion: Kansas Purdue 79, Nebraska 61 Tournament Champion: Michigan State Regular-Season Champions: Ohio State, Michigan State, 1999 (NU, 1-1) Michigan Nebraska 69, Texas Tech 50 Kansas 77, Nebraska 53 Tournament Champion: Kansas 2013 (NU, 1-1) Regular-Season Champion: Texas Nebraska 57, Purdue 55 Ohio State 70, Nebraska 51 Tournament Champion: Ohio State 2000 (NU, 0-1) Baylor 63, Nebraska 55 Regular-Season Champion: Indiana Tournament Champion: Iowa State Regular-Season Champion: Iowa State 2014 (NU, 0-1) Ohio State 71, Nebraska 67 Tournament Champion: Michigan State 2001 (NU, 0-1) Kansas State 72, Nebraska 68 Regular-Season Champion: Michigan Tournament Champion: Oklahoma Regular-Season Champion: Iowa State 2015 (NU, 0-1) Penn State 68, Nebraska 65 2002 (NU, 0-1) Tournament Champion: Wisconsin Colorado 67, Nebraska 60 Regular-Season Champion: Wisconsin Tournament Champion: Oklahoma Regular-Season Champion: Kansas ) 201 2-1 (NU, 6 Nebraska 89, Rutgers 72 Nebraska 70, Wisconsin 58 2003 (NU, 0-1) Missouri 70, Nebraska 61 Maryland 97, Nebraska 86 Tournament Champion: Michigan State Tournament Champion: Oklahoma Regular-Season Champion: Kansas All-Tournament: Shavon Shields Indiana Regular-Season Champion: 2004 (NU, 0-1) 201 (NU, 0-1) Oklahoma 63, Nebraska 59 7 Penn State , Nebraska Tournament Champion: Oklahoma St. 76 67 (OT) Michigan Regular-Season Champion: Oklahoma St. Tournament Champion: Purdue Regular-Season Champion: 2005 (NU, 0-1) Missouri 70, Nebraska 67 201 ) 1 8 - 0 (NU, Michigan 77, Nebraska 58 Tournament Champion: Oklahoma St. Michigan Regular-Season Co-Champions: Oklahoma, Kansas Tournament Champion: Regular-Season Champion: Michigan State 2006 (NU, 2-1) Nebraska 71, Missouri 64 Nebraska 69, Oklahoma 63 Kansas 79, Nebraska 65 Tournament Champion: Kansas Regular-Season Co-Champion: Texas, Kansas Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 200

201 CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame (1) Women’s Basketball Honors • Karen Jennings (2008) Wade Trophy - National Player of the Year (1) CoSIDA Academic All-Americans of the Year (2) • Karen Jennings (1993) • Karen Jennings (1993) • Karen Jennings (1992) Wade Trophy Finalist • Jordan Hooper (1 of 12) (2014) Three-Time First-Team Academic All-American (1) Kelsey Griffin (1 of 12) (2010) • • Karen Jennings (1991, 1992, 1993) Naismith Trophy Finalist Two-Time Academic All-American (1) Kelsey Griffin (1 of 4) (2010) • • Stephanie Bolli (1986, 1988) Wooden Award Finalist Basketball CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (8) • Jordan Hooper (1 of 15) (2014) First-Team (4) Kelsey Griffin (1 of 5) (2010) • • Karen Jennings (1993) • Karen Jennings (1992) Honda Sports Award • Karen Jennings (1991) • Kelsey Griffin (1 of 4) (2010) • Stephanie Bolli (1988) Three-Time All-Americans (2) Third-Team (2) • Karen Jennings (1991 - HM; 1992 - HM; 1993 - 1st) • Terri Parriott (1985) • Jordan Hooper (2012 - HM; 2013 - HM ;- 2014 - 1st) • Cathy Owen (1984) Two-Time All-Americans (1) Honorable-Mention (2) • Anna DeForge (1997 - HM; 1998 - HM) • Stephanie Bolli (1986) • Kelli Benson (1984) WBCA First-Team All-American • Jordan Hooper (1 of 10) (2013-14) Senior CLASS Award Kelsey Griffin (1 of 10) (2009-10) • Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) • aren Jennings (1 of 10) (1992-93) • K Senior CLASS First-Team All-American Associated Press First-Team All-American Jordan Hooper (1 of 5) (2013-14) • Kelsey Griffin (1 of 5) (2009-10) • Women’s Basketball News Service U.S. Basketball Writers Association Defensive Player of the Year First-Team All-American • Nicole Kubik (1998-99) • Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) Women’s Basketball News Service All-American Wooden First-Team All-American Nicole Kubik (2nd) (1999-00) • Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) Nicole Kubik (2nd) (1998-99) AP Second-Team All-American Women’s Basketball Journal Defensive All-American Jordan Hooper (2013-14) • Nicole Kubik (1st) (1999-00) • Nicole Kubik (1st) (1998-99) • WBCA Honorable-Mention All-American • Jordan Hooper (2012-13) National Coach of the Year Jordan Hooper (2011-12) • Connie Yori, WBCA (2009-10) • • Kiera Hardy (2006-07) Connie Yori, Associated Press (2009-10) • Anna DeForge (1997-98) • Connie Yori, U.S. Basketball Writers Association (2009-10) • Karen Jennings (1991-92) • • Connie Yori, Naismith Award (2009-10) Karen Jennings (1990-91) • • Connie Yori, Kay Yow Award (2009-10) • Amy Stephens (1988-89) Big Ten Coach of the Year AP Honorable-Mention All-American • Amy Williams (2017-18) Rachel Theriot (2013-14) • • Connie Yori (2013-14) Lindsey Moore (2012-13) • • Connie Yori (2012-13) Jordan Hooper (2012-13) • Jordan Hooper (2011-12) • Big 12 Coach of the Year Nicole Kubik (1998-99) • • Connie Yori (2009-10) • Anna DeForge (1997-98) • Anna DeForge (1996-97) Big Eight Coach of the Year Angela Beck (1987-88) • Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 201

202 Conference All-Tournament Team 17 ( Big Eight Female Athlete of the Year ) • Karen Jennings (1992-93) 5 ( Big Ten ) Rachel Theriot (MVP) 2013-14 2013-14 Jordan Hooper Big Ten Player of the Year 2012-13 Lindsey Moore Jordan Hooper (2013-14) • 2011-12 Lindsey Moore Jordan Hooper 2011-12 Big 12 Player of the Year Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) • ( 2 ) Big 12 Basketball 1999-00 Nicole Kubik Big Eight Player of the Year Anna DeForge 1996-97 Karen Jennings (1992-93) • • Karen Jennings (1991-92) Big Eight 10 ) ( Maurtice Ivy (1987-88) • 1992-93 Karen Jennings Maurtice Ivy 1987-88 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year 1986-87 Maurtice Ivy • Yvonne Turner (2009-10) Kathy Hagerstrom 1981-82 Diane DelVigna, Janet Smith 1979-80 Big Ten Freshman of the Year 1978-79 Diane DelVigna, Carol Garey Jessica Shepard (2015-16) • 1976-77 Jan Crouch Kathy Hawkins 1975-76 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year All-Time Series Records Jelena Spiric (2004-05) • Keasha Cannon (2001-02) • Opponent ... W-L ... Akron 1-0 Big Eight Newcomer of the Year ... Alabama 2-1 • Meggan Yedsena (1990-91) 1-0 ... Albany • Karen Jennings (1989-90) 1-0 Alcorn State ... • Kim Harris (1987-88) 3-2 ... Arizona Arizona State 4-3 ... ) First-Team All-Conference ( 25 Arkansas 1-0 ... 5 ) ( Big Ten ... 5-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Jessica Shepard 2015-16 Arkansas State ... 2-2 Jordan Hooper 2013-14 Auburn 0-2 ... Rachel Theriot 6-10 ... Baylor 2012-13 Jordan Hooper 0-1 ... Belmont Jordan Hooper 2011-12 0-1 ... Boston College ... 1-0 Boston University ( 11 ) Big 12 Bowling Green 1-0 ... 2009-10 Kelsey Griffin ... 1-0 Bradley Cory Montgomery 2-0 Bucknell ... Yvonne Turner Buffalo ... 1-1 2007-08 Kelsey Griffin BYU ... 4-3 2006-07 Kiera Hardy 0-2 California ... Kelsey Griffin 0-1 ... Cal Poly Pomona 2005-06 Kiera Hardy ... 3-0 Cal State Bakersfield 2004-05 Kiera Hardy 5-2 ... Cal State Fullerton 1999-00 Nicole Kubik 1-0 Cal State Northridge ... Anna DeForge 1997-98 Central Michigan ... 2-1 Anna DeForge 1996-97 Central Missouri 5-3 ... Chattanooga 1-1 ... ( 9 Big Eight ) 1-0 ... Chicago State 1993-94 Nafeesah Brown Cincinnati 1-2 ... 1992-93 Karen Jennings ... Clemson 0-2 Karen Jennings 1991-92 Coastal Carolina ... 1-0 Karen Jennings 1990-91 ... 2-0 Colgate Amy Stephens 1988-89 Colorado ... 28-41 1987-88 Maurtice Ivy Colorado State ... 1-2 1986-87 Maurtice Ivy Creighton ... 30-13 Maurtice Ivy 1985-86 ... Davidson 1-0 1983-84 Debra Powell Delta State ... 1-1 Denver ... 2-0 DePaul ... 1-4 1-0 Doane ... Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 202

203 South Florida ... 11-9 1-0 ... Missouri Western ... 3-0 Drake ... 2-2 ... Montana ... Southeastern Louisiana Duke 2-0 1-1 East Carolina 2-0 ... Montana State 2-0 ... ... Southern 1-0 1-0 2-0 ... Eastern Kentucky ... Morningside Southern Illinois ... 2-0 Eastern Washington ... Southern Utah 3-0 ... NC State ... 3-1 1-0 Stanford 1-0 ... Evansville ... Nebraska-Kearney ... 6-0 0-2 Nebraska Wesleyan ... 1-0 Stetson ... 1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson ... 1-0 ... 0-1 3-4 ... ... Syracuse 2-0 New Mexico Florida New Mexico State 2-0 Florida Atlantic ... Tarkio ... 2-1 ... 2-0 2-0 1-1 Temple ... New Orleans ... Florida A&M ... 2-0 ... Florida State 2-1 0-2 ... Temple JC 2-0 ... Nicholls ... North Carolina ... 0-2 Tennessee Fort Hays State ... 1-0 1-1 North Carolina A&T 1-0 Fresno State ... Tennessee-Martin ... 1-0 ... 1-0 1-0 Georgia Tennessee Tech 0-2 ... North Carolina Central ... ... 1-1 Basketball Texas ... 6-14 Georgia Southern ... 1-0 1-0 ... North Florida North Texas 15-9 Georgia State ... ... Texas A&M 1-0 1-0 ... Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2-0 ... 1-0 ... 0-2 ... Georgia Tech Northeastern 2-1 Gonzaga 1-0 ... Texas-Pan American 1-0 ... ... Northeastern Illinois Grambling State ... 4-0 1-0 ... Texas Rio Grande Valley 4-0 ... Northern Arizona ... 3-0 5-0 ... ... 4-1 Grand View Texas Southern Northern Colorado Northern Illinois 2-2 Texas State ... Hampton ... 1-0 2-0 ... 1-0 Texas Tech 5-13 ... Northern Iowa ... 6-1 High Point ... Troy Houston ... ... Northwest Missouri State 2-2 9-3 1-0 ... Northwestern ... Tulane 1-0 ... Holy Cross 0-1 9-6 ... Howard ... Northwestern State Tulsa ... 1-0 ... 1-0 1-0 Notre Dame 1-1 ... 0-1 ... UAB 2-0 ... Idaho Oakland ... 1-0 1-0 Idaho State ... 1-0 ... UC Irvine Occidental 1-0 3-4 Illinois UCLA ... 12-5 ... ... UConn ... 0-3 Ohio ... 1-0 1-0 ... Illinois State 7-9 ... Ohio State Indiana ... 5-5 3-1 ... UC Santa Barbara UIC ... 1-0 0-1 ... Indiana State Oklahoma ... 23-27 1-0 ... UMass Lowell Oklahoma State InterAmerican ... 1-0 32-26 ... 5-2 ... UMKC Iowa ... 14-12 0-1 ... Old Dominion ... 2-4 Iowa State ... ... UNLV 40-36 Ole Miss 1-1 James Madison 4-3 ... USC Omaha ... 16-9 ... 2-0 6-0 ... 1-0 Kansas ... Oral Roberts ... U.S. International 32-50 Oregon ... 0-1 2-2 Utah ... Kansas State 33-46 ... ... Kentucky ... 2-2 Utah State 1-0 Oregon State ... 0-3 UT Arlington ... 1-0 3-0 ... 1-0 ... Pacific Kent State 1-0 1-1 ... 1-0 ... UTEP Pacific Christian ... Lamar 1-1 ... La Salle 6-6 ... Penn State 0-1 ... Valdosta State Pepperdine ... 3-0 ... 3-1 Vermont Little Rock ... 1-0 Virginia 2-4 ... ... Long Beach State 0-1 2-0 ... Princeton ... 2-0 Puerto Rico-Mayaguez ... 1-0 Louisiana 0-1 ... Virginia Tech Purdue ... Washburn Louisiana Tech ... 1-0 ... 4-7 0-1 2-2 Washington Queen’s University ... 0-1 ... Louisville ... 1-2 Loyola Marymount ... 1-0 3-0 Rice 5-3 ... Washington State ... 0-2 LSU 1-2 ... Wayland Baptist ... Robert Morris ... 2-0 Maine Wayne State (Neb.) ... 5-5 3-3 ... Rutgers 0-1 ... 1-0 1-0 Manitoba 6-0 ... Weber State St. Bonaventure ... ... ... West Texas A&M St. Cloud State Marist 0-2 ... 1-0 1-0 ... Western Illinois Marquette ... St. John’s ... 2-0 1-0 ... 1-0 ... Maryland 5-1 ... St. Louis Western Kentucky 0-9 1-0 ... Wichita State ... 7-0 1-1 ... Memphis St. Mary’s (Calif.) ... 2-0 Miami (Fla.) ... 3-0 St. Peter’s ... 1-0 ... 1-1 William Penn ... 3-0 1-0 ... Miami (Ohio) William Woods ... 1-0 Sam Houston State Winnipeg 12-4 Michigan 1-3 ... 2-0 ... San Diego ... 9-6 San Jose State 2-0 ... Wisconsin ... Michigan State ... 7-3 Savannah State ... Wisconsin-Green Bay 4-1 ... 3-3 ... Midland 1-0 Minnesota ... 2-0 2-1 ... Wisconsin-Milwaukee ... 12-9 Simpson College ... Mississippi College 1-0 ... 1-0 Wofford SIUE ... 0-1 Mississippi Valley State ... 1-0 South Alabama ... 2-0 Wyoming ... 7-0 Xavier ... 1-0 ... South Carolina 40-32 ... Missouri 1-0 2-0 South Dakota ... 10-1 Yale 1-0 ... Missouri-St. Louis ... ... 2-2 South Dakota State Missouri State 2-1 ... Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 203

204 3-Point FG Attempted Individual Game Records 19 1. Kiera Hardy (Missouri, 2/26/05) Most Points 18 2. Amy Stephens (Kansas St., 2/11/89) 48 1. Karen Jennings (Kansas St., 1/21/92) 3. Tear’a Laudermill (Rutgers, 2/5/15) 17 46 2. Maurtice Ivy (Illinois, 12/30/86) 4. Amy Stephens (Oklahoma St., 2/15/89) 16 3. Crystal Coleman (Oklahoma St., 2/19/83) 41 Kiera Hardy (Minnesota, 12/3/05) 16 40 4. Amy Stephens (Oklahoma, 2/8/89) Natalie Romeo (Penn St., 1/13/16) 16 39 5. Karen Jennings (Oklahoma, 2/15/92) . Jordan Hooper (Illinois, 2/27/14) 7 15 38 6. Kate Galligan (Kansas, 2/11/96) Tear’a Laudermill (Alabama, 12/7/14) 15 37 7. Amy Stephens (Kansas, 2/4/89) Tear’a Laudermill (Minnesota, 2/24/15) 15 37 Kiera Hardy (Baylor, 1/12/05) 14 . Yvonne Turner (Baylor, 1/17/10) 10 Basketball 36 9. Amy Stephens (Missouri, 2/18/89) 14 Yvonne Turner (Colorado, 2/20/10) 36 Karen Jennings (Illinois, 12/14/91) 14 Natalie Romeo (Wisconsin, 1/27/16) Pyra Aarden (Bowling Green, 12/10/94) 36 Taylor Kissinger (Buffalo, 11/23/17) 14 Nicole Kubik (Kansas, 1/16/99) 36 Kelsey Griffin (Kansas St., 3/6/10) 36 3-Point FG Percentage (minimum 5 made) Jordan Hooper (Florida State, 12/8/12) 36 1.000 (5-5) 1. Jessica Periago (Indiana, 12/5/10) .875 (7-8) 2. Amy Stephens (Kansas, 2/4/89) Field Goals Made K.C. Cowgill (Colgate, 11/23/01) .875 (7-8) 1. Karen Jennings (Kansas St., 1/21/92) 22 4. Sabrina Brooks (UMKC, 11/30/87) .833 (5-6) 17 2. Janet Smith (Central Missouri St., 1/7/81) .833 (5-6) Nicole Kubik (Kansas St., 1/30/00) Crystal Coleman (Oklahoma St., 2/19/83) 17 6. Kate Galligan (Arkansas St., 12/12/93) .714 (5-7) 16 4. Maurtice Ivy (Illinois, 12/30/86) Brooke Schwartz (Kansas, 2/13/99) .714 (5-7) Maurtice Ivy (Oklahoma, 2/21/87) 16 .714 (5-7) Heather Kephart (Washington St., 12/4/03) 6. Diane DelVigna (Weber St., 11/17/79) 15 .714 (5-7) Jordan Hooper (No. Arizona, 12/10/11) Diane DelVigna (Valdosta St., 11/23/79) 15 .714 (5-7) Natalie Romeo (Michigan St., 2/14/16) 15 Amy Stephens (BYU, 12/5/87) Emily Wood (Washington St., 12/22/17) .714 (5-7) 15 Pyra Aarden (Bowling Green, 12/10/94) .714 (5-7) Hannah Whitish (Michigan St., 2/14/18) 15 Kelsey Griffin (Kansas St., 3/6/10) Free Throws Made Field Goals Attempted 1. Kelsey Griffin (Missouri, 2/27/10) 17 33 1. Nicole Kubik (Missouri, 2/2/99) 16 2. Nicole Kubik (Kansas, 1/16/99) 2. Darcy Williamson (UNO, 1/14/76) 28 3. Jelena Spiric (Baylor, 1/12/05) 15 28 Darcy Williamson (Wayne St., 2/23/76) 14 4. Laura Tietjen (UNLV, 1/15/77) Tear'a Laudermill (Rutgers, 2/5/15) 28 14 Crystal Coleman (Central Michigan, 11/26/83) 27 5. Kiera Hardy (Missouri, 2/26/05) Maurtice Ivy (Illinois, 12/30/86) 14 Jordan Hooper (Washington St., 11/30/13) 27 Pyra Aarden (Missouri, 2/19/95) 14 Jordan Hooper (Illinois, 2/27/14) 27 Margaret Richards (E. Kentucky, 11/29/03) 14 Rachel Theriot (Minnesota, 12/29/14) 27 Debra Powell (Missouri, 1/21/84) 13 9. Jessica Shepard (Ohio St., 2/16/17) 27 13 Meggan Yedsena (Missouri, 2/16/94) 26 . Sherry Brink (UNO, 1/28/76) 10 13 Jami Kubik (Missouri, 2/17/98) Sherry Brink (St. Cloud St., 3/24/76) 26 13 Nicole Kubik (Kentucky, 3/13/99) Maurtice Ivy (Iowa St., 2/22/86) 26 13 Kelsey Griffin (Texas A&M-CC, 11/27/05) Maurtice Ivy (Oklahoma, 2/21/87) 26 13 Dominique Kelley (St. Mary’s, 11/20/10) Karen Jennings (Kansas St., 1/21/92) 26 Lindsey Moore (South Dakota St., 12/21/11) 13 26 Anna DeForge (Baylor, 1/21/98) 13 Lindsey Moore (Purdue, 3/4/12) 13 Lindsey Moore (USC, 11/23/12) (minimum 10 made) Field Goal Percentage 13 Rachel Theriot (UCLA, 11/28/14) 1. Cathy Owen (Kentucky, 1/4/84) 1.000 (10-10) Carol Russell (Oklahoma, 1/29/91) 1.000 (10-10) Free Throws Attempted 3. Karen Jennings (Howard, 12/11/92) .917 (11-12) 1. Jessica Shepard (Northern Arizona, 12/19/15) 20 4. Crystal Coleman (Kentucky, 1/4/84) .909 (10-11) 20 Jessica Shepard (Michigan St., 2/26/17) Debra Powell (Oklahoma St., 2/9/85) .909 (10-11) 3 18 . Nicole Kubik (Kansas, 1/16/99) 6. .846 (11-13) Carol Garey (William Woods, 11/13/78) 18 Margaret Richards (E. Kentucky, 11/29/03) .846 (11-13) Maurtice Ivy (BYU, 12/5/87) 18 Kelsey Griffin (Texas A&M-CC, 11/27/05) .846 (11-13) Chelsea Aubry (Missouri, 1/20/07) Kelsey Griffin (Missouri, 2/27/10) 18 Karen Jennings (Kansas St., 1/21/92) .846 (22-26) . Pyra Aarden (Missouri, 2/19/95) 17 7 10. Maurtice Ivy (Tulsa, 11/28/86) .833 (10-12) 8 16 . Crystal Coleman (Oklahoma, 1/12/83) .833 (10-12) Kim Harris (Oklahoma, 1/27/88) Maurtice Ivy (Illinois, 12/30/86) 16 Jessica Gerhart (N. Colorado, 11/19/04) .833 (10-12) 16 Nafeesah Brown (Oklahoma, 1/9/94) .833 (10-12) Kelsey Griffin (Texas, 1/12/10) 16 Jami Kubik (Missouri, 2/17/98) Jessica Shepard (Penn St., 1/13/16) .833 (10-12) 16 Jelena Spiric (Baylor, 1/12/05) 16 Jessica Shepard (Michigan, 1/24/16) 3-Point Field Goals Made 1. Natalie Romeo (Penn St., 1/13/16) 8 Natalie Romeo (Wisconsin, 1/27/16) 8 . Amy Stephens (Iowa, 12/30/88) 7 3 7 Amy Stephens (Kansas, 2/4/89) K.C. Cowgill (Colgate, 11/23/01) 7 Kiera Hardy (Iowa, 3/21/05) 7 Jordan Hooper (Missouri, 2/2/11) 7 Tear ’ a Laudermill (Penn St., 2/24/14) 7 7 Tear ’ a Laudermill (Alabama, 12/7/14) 7 Natalie Romeo (Illinois, 3/5/15) Natalie Romeo (Rutgers, 3/3/16) 7 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 204

205 (minimum 10 made) Free Throw Percentage Blocked Shots 1. Laura Tietjen (UNLV, 1/15/77) 1.000 (14-14) 1. Kate Cain (Florida Atlantic, 12/19/17) 11 2. 9 1.000 (13-13) Dominique Kelley (St. Mary’s, 11/20/10) Danielle Page (Baylor, 2/3/07) 7 . Katie Morse (Texas A&M, 1/17/04) Karen Jennings (Oklahoma, 1/10/93) 1.000 (12-12) 3 7 Kate Galligan (Missouri, 2/18/96) 1.000 (12-12) Danielle Page ( Cal State Bakersfield, 12/13/07) Danielle Page (Kansas, 1/12/08) Jordan Hooper (Purdue, 3/4/12) 1.000 (12-12) 7 1.000 (11-11) 7 Catheryn Redmon (Kansas St., 2/29/09) Tina McClain (Missouri, 3/2/96) 1.000 (10-10) Debra Powell (Clemson, 11/24/84) Catheryn Redmon (Albany, 12/30/10) 7 Kate Cain (Michigan, 3/2/18) 7 1.000 (10-10) Cathy Owen (Oklahoma, 3/2/85) Kate Galligan (Iowa St., 2/27/94) 6 9 1.000 (10-10) . Jeanne Boller (Wichita St., 2/5/77) 1.000 (10-10) Janet Smith (Oklahoma St., 1/12/79) 6 Kiera Hardy (Missouri, 2/25/04) Katie Morse (Eastern Kentucky, 11/29/03) Cory Montgomery (Denver, 11/24/08) 1.000 (10-10) 6 Emily Cady (Alabama, 11/11/13) 6 Catheryn Redmon (Iowa St., 3/8/11) 1.000 (10-10) 6 Emily Cady (Utah St., 12/8/13) 1.000 (10-10) Kate Cain (Clemson, 11/30/17) 14. Kelsey Griffin (Missouri, 2/27/10) .944 (17-18) Basketball Individual Season Records Rebounds 1. Janet Smith (UNO, 12/19/80) 25 Points 1. Karen Jennings (1991-92) 810 23 2. Kelly Hubert (Wisconsin, 12/7/90) 2. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) 787 22 3. Angie Miller (UMKC, 12/7/83) 21 685 3. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 4. Kathy Hagerstrom (Iowa St., 1/16/81) Janet Smith (South Dakota, 1/30/81) 21 683 4. Maurtice Ivy (1986-87) 672 20 6. Janet Smith (Northwestern, 12/29/80) 5. Jordan Hooper (2013-14) Pyra Aarden (Bowling Green, 12/10/94) 20 6. Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 654 647 Charlie Rogers (Drake, 12/2/99) 20 7. Karen Jennings (1992-93) 8. Diane DelVigna (1978-79) 646 Jessica Shepard (Michigan, 1/24/16) 20 20 9. Jordan Hooper (2011-12) Kate Cain (Penn St., 2/22/18) 624 612 10. Amy Stephens (1988-89) Assists 1. Kathy Hawkins (Kearney St., 2/17/76) Points Per Game 19 2. Rachel Theriot (Minnesota, 3/7/14) 25.3 18 1. Karen Jennings (1991-92) 23.6 3. Kathy Hawkins (UNO, 12/17/76) 2. Maurtice Ivy (1986-87) 17 4. Kathy Hawkins (UNO, 1/28/76) 15 3. Amy Stephens (1988-89) 21.9 4. Karen Jennings (1992-93) 20.9 15 Rachel Theriot (California, 12/12/15) 5. Karen Jennings (1990-91) . 6 20.5 Rachel Theriot (Penn St., 2/2/16) 14 20.4 7. Stacy Imming (Oklahoma, 2/21/87) 13 6. Jordan Hooper (2013-14) Rachel Theriot (Minnesota, 2/11/16) 13 20.2 7. Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 8. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 12 Crystal Coleman (Pepperdine, 1/11/84) 9. 20.1 9. Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 12 Amy Stephens (Colorado, 2/20/88) 19.8 12 Meggan Yedsena (Oklahoma, 1/26/91) 10. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) 19.7 Meggan Yedsena (Arizona St., 1/4/94) Maurtice Ivy (1985-86) 19.7 12 12 Rachel Theriot (Michigan St., 2/8/14) 12 Rachel Theriot (Fresno St., 3/22/14) Field Goals Made Rachel Theriot (Purdue, 1/20/16) 12 338 1. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) Rachel Theriot (Michigan St., 2/14/16) 12 2. Karen Jennings (1991-92) 337 3. Diane DelVigna (1978-79) 283 4. Maurtice Ivy (1986-87) 265 Steals 256 5. Karen Jennings (1992-93) 1. Kathy Hawkins (Wichita St., 2/5/77) 10 245 9 2. Kathy Hawkins (UNO, 1/28/76) 6. Amy Stephens (1986-87) Kathy Hawkins (Occidental, 1/10/77) 9 245 Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) Nafeesah Brown (Northern Iowa, 12/28/93) 9 236 8. Karen Jennings (1990-91) 9. Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 234 LaToya Doage (Missouri, 1/18/97) 9 9 233 10. Jordan Hooper (2013-14) Nicole Kubik (North Texas, 12/20/98) 9 Nicole Kubik (Washington, 12/6/99) 8 8. Jan Crouch (NW Missouri St., 12/14/76) Field Goals Attempted Kathy Hawkins (UNO, 12/17/76) 8 1. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) 777 Crystal Coleman (UCLA, 1/10/84) 8 645 2. Diane DelVigna (1978-79) 8 Stacy Imming (Oklahoma St., 2/9/85) 568 3. Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 8 Nicole Kubik (Missouri, 2/17/98) 4. Kiera Hardy (2004-05) 560 Nicole Kubik (S. Alabama, 11/13/98) 8 559 5. Karen Jennings (1991-92) 8 Nicole Kubik (Kansas, 1/16/99) 6. Darcy Williamson (1975-76) 547 Yvonne Turner (Florida, 11/17/07) 8 543 7. Anna DeForge (1997-98) 8 Yvonne Turner (Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 1/2/08) 537 8. Jordan Hooper (2012-13) 9. Jordan Hooper (2013-14) 533 10. Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 522 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 205

206 ( minimum 50 made) Free Throw Percentage Field Goal Percentage (minimum 70 made) .950 (57-60) 1. Cathy Owen (1984-85) 1. Hailie Sample (2014-15) .611 (99-162) .606 (114-188) .926 (63-68) 2. Rachel Theriot (2014-15) 2. Charlie Rogers (1997-98) 3. Dominique Kelley (2010-11) 3. Karen Jennings (1991-92) .907 (68-75) .603 (337-559) 4. Cathy Owen (1983-84) 4. LaToya Doage (1996-97) .601 (86-143) .885 (54-61) 5. Pyra Aarden (1994-95) .885 (69-78) Rachel Theriot (2013-14) .598 (146-244) .867 (52-60) .596 (245-411) 6. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 6. Amy Stephens (1987-88) 7. Pyra Aarden (1995-96) .592 (132-223) .858 (133-155) 7. Emily Cady (2013-14) 8. Kelli Benson (1983-84) .856 (95-111) 8. Cory Montgomery (2008-09) .588 (90-153) 9. Tear’a Laudermill (2013-14) .855 (59-69) 9. Kelli Benson (1982-83) .587 (81-138) 10. Amy Stephens (1988-89) .852 (75-88) 10. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-81) .583 (221-379) Basketball Rebounds 3-Point Field Goals Made 1. 104 Natalie Romeo (2015-16) 1. Janet Smith (1980-81) 417 Amy Stephens (1988-89) 85 2. 2. Janet Smith (1979-80) 372 Kiera Hardy (2004-05) 85 3. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 354 4. Emily Cady (2014-15) 327 82 . Yvonne Turner (2009-10) 4 . Kiera Hardy (2005-06) 5 5. Karen Jennings (1991-92) 319 81 Jordan Hooper (2012-13) 81 6. Carol Garey (1978-79) 314 . Jordan Hooper (2013-14) 7. Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 80 306 7 304 8. Emily Cady (2013-14) 8. Hannah Whitish (2017-18) 73 9. Carol Garey (1979-80) 303 9 . Kiera Hardy (2006-07) 71 303 Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 10 . Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 67 300 11. Jordan Hooper (2012-13) 67 Jordan Hooper (2010-11) 3-Point FG Attempted Rebounds Per Game 1. Natalie Romeo (2015-16) 245 1. Janet Smith (1980-81) 13.5 2 242 10.4 2. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) . Jordan Hooper (2012-13) 10.2 3. Emily Cady (2014-15) 238 . Kiera Hardy (2004-05) 3 225 4. Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 10.1 4 . Yvonne Turner (2009-10) 10.0 5. Karen Jennings (1991-92) 5 . Kiera Hardy (2005-06) 224 220 6 . Jordan Hooper (2013-14) Jessica Shepard (2016-17) 9.8 6. 7. 9.4 Janet Smith (1981-82) 7 . Amy Stephens (1988-89) 216 . Janet Smith (1979-80) 8 8 . Tear’a Laudermill (2014-15) 211 9.3 Pyra Aarden (1994-95) 210 . Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 9 9.3 10 193 9.3 . Kiera Hardy (2006-07) Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 3-Point FG Percentage (minimum 30 made) Assists 234 1. Kate Galligan (1995-96) .456 (52-114) 1. Rachel Theriot (2013-14) .434 (33-76) 2. Meggan Yedsena (1991-92) 195 2. Chelsea Aubry (2006-07) 3. Rachel Theriot (2013-14) 195 Lindsey Moore (2012-13) .430 (40-93) 4. Kathy Hawkins (1975-76) 4. Natalie Romeo (2015-16) .424 (104-245) 191 191 Jina Johansen (2004-05) 5. Emily Wood (2017-18) .423 (33-78) . Amy Stephens (1987-88) 6 .411 (44-107) 6. Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 186 7 .411 (30-73) . Jina Johansen (2003-04) 7. Lindsey Moore (2010-11) 183 . 8 Kate Galligan (1993-94) .407 (50-123) 8. Rachel Theriot (2015-16) 182 169 Meggan Yedsena (1992-93) 9. .407 (57-140) Hannah Whitish (2016-17) Meggan Yedsena (1993-94) 10 169 . Sabrina Brooks (1987-88) .402 (47-117) Free Throws Made Steals 136 ) 1. Nicole Kubik (1998-99 1. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 189 2. Dominique Kelley (2009-10) 108 165 2. Nicole Kubik (1999-00) 3. Maurtice Ivy (1984-85) 104 153 3. Nicole Kubik (1997-98) 100 4. Diane DelVigna (1978-79) 151 4. Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 91 5. Lindsey Moore (2011-12) 145 5. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) 143 86 6. Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 6. Meggan Yedsena (1990-91) 82 141 7. Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 7. Amy Stephens (1988-89) 81 8. Yvonne Turner (2007-08) 135 8. Karen Jennings (1992-93) 9. Emily Cady (2013-14) 9. Meggan Yedsena (1993-94) 80 133 10. Nicole Kubik (1999-00) 76 10. Ami Beiriger (1980-81) 130 Blocked Shots Free Throws Attempted 250 1. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 1. Kate Cain (2017-18) 100 2. Dominique Kelley (2009-10) 214 2 . Danielle Page (2007-08) 78 203 77 3. Jessica Shepard (2015-16) 3 . Catheryn Redmon (2010-11) 196 . Maurtice Ivy (1986-87) 69 4 4 . Janet Smith (1979-80) Nicole Kubik (1998-99) 67 196 5 . Catheryn Redmon (2008-09) 6 193 . Debra Powell (1981-82) 6 . Catheryn Redmon (2009-10) 63 Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 193 7 . Danielle Page (2006-07) 60 183 8 . Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 8 . Janet Smith (1980-81) 59 177 . Lindsey Moore (2011-12) 9 9 . Janet Smith (1981-82) 56 Janet Smith (1978-79) . Kelsey Griffin (2007-08) 176 54 10 10 . Jessica Shepard (2016-17) 176 54 Katie Morse (2003-04) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 206

207 .517 (742-1,434) 9. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) Double-Doubles .511 (332-650) 10. Kelli Benson (1981-84) 1. Kelsey Griffin (2009-10) 20 .511 (603-1,181) Angie Miller (1984-87) 16 2. Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 15 Jessica Shepard (2016-17) 3. Jordan Hooper (2011-12) 14 4. 3-Point FG Made 14 Emily Cady (2013-14) 1. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 295 14 Jordan Hooper (2013-14) 267 2. Kiera Hardy (2004-07) 13 . Karen Jennings (1990-91) 7 183 3. Yvonne Turner (2007-10) 13 Karen Jennings (1992-93) 4. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 173 9 11 . Emily Cady (2014-15) 5. Tear’a Laudermill (2012-15) 157 . Carol Garey (1978-79) 10 10 155 Anna DeForge (1995-98) 6. Maurtice Ivy (1985-86) 10 155 Natalie Romeo (2015-16) 10 Kelsey Griffin (2006-07) . Kate Galligan (1993-96) 145 8 Jessica Shepard (2015-16) 10 9. Hannah Whitish (2017-present) 130 10 . Amy Stephens (1986-89) 129 00) 129 Nicole Kubik (1997- 20 Basketball Individual Career Records Points 3-Point FG Attempted 2,405 1. Karen Jennings (1990-93) 1. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 856 2,357 2. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 752 2. Kiera Hardy (2004-07) 2,131 3. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 3. Yvonne Turner (2007-10) 545 4. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 2,033 4. Tear’a Laudermill (2012-15) 534 5. Amy Stephens (1986-89) 1,976 5. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 516 1,930 6. Kiera Hardy (2004-07) 464 6. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 7. Nicole Kubik (1997- 00) 1,867 20 00) 447 20 7. Nicole Kubik (1997- 8. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 1,859 8. Kaitlyn Burke (2008-12) 380 1,843 9. Debra Powell (1982-85) 9. Kate Galligan (1993-96) 377 10. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) 1,778 10. Hannah Whitish (2017-present) 332 Points Per Game 3-Point FG Percentage (minimum 50 made) 1. Karen Jennings (1990-93) 20.2 16 ( ) ) . 1. Rachel Theriot (2013- 403 96-238 2. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 19.2 .400 (66-165) 2. Sabrina Brooks (1988-89) 19.1 3. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) 3. Amy Stephens (1986-89) .399 (129-323) 4. Jessica Shepard (2016-17) 18.6 .398 (155-389) 4. Natalie Romeo (2015-16) Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 18.0 5. .392 (130-332) -- Hannah Whitish (2017-present) 17.3 . Amy Stephens (1986-89) 6 . Dominique Kelley (2008-11) 5 .389 (68-175) 16.6 . Debra Powell (1982-85) 7 .385 (145-377) . Kate Galligan (1993-96) 6 8 . Nafeesah Brown (1992-94) 16.3 Cory Montgomery (2007-10) .385 (80-208) 16.0 9 . Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) .377 (57-151) 8. Emily Wood (2015-18) 10 . Anna DeForge (1995-98) 15.9 9 .367 (62-169) . Jina Johansen (2002-05) 10 . Chelsea Aubry (2004-07) .364 (78-214) Field Goals Made 981 1. Karen Jennings (1990-93) Free Throws Made 2. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 847 1. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 562 3. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 817 20 2. Nicole Kubik (1997- 00) 440 4. Amy Stephens (1986-89) 816 431 3. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 5. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) 742 4. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 428 731 6. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 5. Karen Jennings (1990-93) 426 718 7. Debra Powell (1982-85) 6. Debra Powell (1982-85) 407 8. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 694 7. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 402 692 9. Kiera Hardy (2004-07) 8. Emily Cady (2012-15) 396 00) 649 20 10. Nicole Kubik (1997- 383 9. Dominique Kelley (2008-11) 10. Angie Miller (1984-87) 335 Field Goals Attempted 1. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 2,039 Free Throws Attempted 2. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 1,799 1. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 773 3. Karen Jennings (1990-93) 1,726 2. Debra Powell (1982-85) 644 4. Kiera Hardy (2004-07) 1,720 3. Nicole Kubik (1997- 20 00) 586 1,658 5. Amy Stephens (1986-89) 4. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 570 1,626 6. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 570 Karen Jennings (1990-93) 7. Nicole Kubik (1997-00) 1,573 6. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 543 1,503 8. Debra Powell (1982-85) 511 7. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 9. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) 1,434 493 8. Emily Cady (2012-15) 10. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) 1,422 9. Dominique Kelley (2008-11) 490 444 10. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) Field Goal Percentage (minimum 200 made) 1. Pyra Aarden (1993-96) .574 (359-625) 100 made) ( Free Throw Percentage minimum .568 (981-1,726) 2. Karen Jennings (1990-93) .879 (204-232) 1. Cathy Owen (1982-85) .561 (421-750) 3. Charlie Rogers (1997- 20 00) 190-217 16 ) ) . 876 2. Rachel Theriot (2013- ( 4. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) .558 (731-1,309) 3. Amy Stephens (1986-89) .837 (215-257) 5. Catheryn Redmon (2008-11) .539 (274-508) .811 (279-344) Kiera Hardy (2004-07) 4. .529 (423-799) 6. Ann Halsne (1988-91) . Emily Cady (2012-15) .803 (396-493) 5 .523 (422-807) 7. Cathy Owen (1982-85) .796 (335-421) . Angie Miller (1984-87) 6 8. Casey Leonhardt (2000-01) .519 (280-539) Alexa Johnson (2001-04) .796 (218-274) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 207

208 8 . Cory Montgomery (2007-10) .789 (240-304) Games Started .788 (428-543) 9 . Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 1. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 132 10. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) .787 (402-511) 132 Emily Cady (2012-15) 131 3. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 131 Hailie Sample (2012-15) Rebounds 5. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 127 1,280 1. Janet Smith (1979-82) 122 6. Janet Smith (1979-82) 1,114 2. Emily Cady (2012-15) 7. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) 120 1,110 3. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 120 Meggan Yedsena (1991-94) 4. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 1,019 9. Nicole Kubik (1997- 00) 119 20 1,000 5. Karen Jennings (1990-93) 114 10. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 874 6. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) Basketball 804 7. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 778 8. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) Double-Doubles 750 9. Debra Powell (1982-85) 1. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 40 717 10. Hailie Sample (2012-15) Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 40 3. Karen Jennings (1990-93) 36 4. Emily Cady (2012-15) 33 Rebounds Per Game 5. 25 Jessica Shepard (2016-17) 1. Janet Smith (1979-82) 9.4 6. Nafeesah Brown (1993-94) 24 9.2 2. Jessica Shepard (2016-17) Janet Smith (1979-82) 7. 22 3. Carol Garey (1979-80) 8.6 8 . Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 21 8.6 Nafeesah Brown (1992-94) 21 Debra Powell (1982-85) 8.5 5 . Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 10 . Anna DeForge (1995-98) 18 . Karen Jennings (1990-93) 6 8.4 Keasha Cannon-Johnson (2002-04) 8.4 Emily Cady (2012-15) 8.4 Triple-Doubles . Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 9 8.0 1 Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 1. 10 7.7 . Mathaline Otis (1979) vs. Florida A&M, 2/2/11 (12 pts., 10 reb., 11 ast.) 1 Natalie Romeo (2015-16) vs. Northwestern, 2/28/16 (12 pts., 10 reb., 10 ast.) Assists 1 Kate Cain (2018-present) 1. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 699 vs. Florida Atlantic, 12/19/17 (22 pts., 14 reb., 11 blk.) 696 2. Meggan Yedsena (1991-94) 626 3. Rachel Theriot (2013-16) 4 567 . Jina Johansen (2002-05) Team Records 5 00) 563 20 . Nicole Kubik (1997- 6. Amy Stephens (1986-89) 444 Wins 7 402 . Stacy Imming (1984-87) 1. 2009-10 32 8 . Anna DeForge (1995-98) 392 26 2. 2013-14 9 . Ami Beiriger (1979-83) 342 25 3. 2012-13 10. Kathy Hawkins (1975-77) 326 4. 2011-12 24 5. 1978-79 23 1979-80 23 Steals 1992-93 23 1. Nicole Kubik (1997- 00) 418 20 1997-98 23 2. Meggan Yedsena (1991-94) 297 9. 1975-76 22 3. Amy Stephens (1986-89) 280 22 1987-88 231 4. Debra Powell (1982-85) 2006-07 22 229 5. Yvonne Turner (2007-10) 21 12. 1991-92 6. Brooke Schwartz (1997-00) 223 21 1998-99 222 7. Anna DeForge (1995-98) 21 2007-08 8. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) 215 2014-15 21 9. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 208 21 2017-18 191 10. Diane DelVigna (1979-80) . 1976-77 7 20 1 Blocked Shots Winning Percentage 238 1. Janet Smith (1979-82) 1. 2009-10 (32-2) .941 216 2. Catheryn Redmon (2008-11) .788 2. 2013-14 (26-7) 207 3. Danielle Page (2005-08) .759 3. 1987-88 (22-7) 126 4. Charlie Rogers (1997-00) .742 4. 1992-93 (23-8) 115 5. Emily Cady (2012-15) .735 5. 2012-13 (25-9) 104 6. Maurtice Ivy (1985-88) .727 6. 2011-12 (24-9) 7. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) 102 7. 1975-76 (22-9) .710 101 8. Katie Morse (2001-04) 8. 1997-98 (23-10) .697 9. Kate Cain (2018-present) 100 .688 9. 2006-07 (22-10) 94 10 . Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) 10. 1996-97 (19-9) .679 Games Played Conference Wins 1. Janet Smith (1979-82) 136 16 1. 2009-10 2. Kaitlyn Burke (2008-12) 134 12 2. 2013-14 3. Lindsey Moore (2010-13) 132 12 3. 2012-13 Emily Cady (2012-15) 132 4. 1987-88 11 132 Hailie Sample (2012-15) 1997-98 11 6. Jordan Hooper (2011-14) 131 2017-18 11 7. Kathy Hagerstrom (1980-83) 130 7 10 . 1992-93 130 Cory Montgomery (2007-10) 1999-00 10 129 9. Danielle Page (2005-08) 127 10. Kelsey Griffin (2006-10) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 208

209 8. 1977-78 2,050 10 2006-07 2,048 10 9. 2011-12 2011-12 2,047 10. 2012-13 2014-15 10 Field Goal Percentage Conference Winning Percentage 1.000 .503 1. 2009-10 (16-0) 1. 1991-92 (947-1,881) 2. 1987-88 (916-1,831) .500 2. 1987-88 (11-3) .786 .496 3. 1986-87 (869-1,751) 3. 2012-13 (12-4) . 750 4. 1982-83 (973-1,980) 2013-14 (12-4) .750 .491 .714 5. 1992-93 (10-4) 5. 1995-96 (797-1,644) .485 6. 1990-91 (839-1,762) .688 6. 1997-98 (11-5) .476 2017-18 (11-5) 7. 1989-90 (771-1,647) .688 .468 .461 8. 2009-10 (906-1,967) 8 . 1991-92 (9-5) .643 9. 1996-97 (760-1,668) .459 9 . 2011-12 (10-6) .625 .458 10. 1980-81 (967-2,110) .625 2006-07 (10-6) .625 1999-00 (10-6) Basketball Field Goal Percentage Defense Games 1. 2017-18 (716-1,930) .371 1. 1979-80 2. 2014-15 (747-1,984) 40 .377 .384 36 3. 2011-12 (763-1,987) 2. 1978-79 .386 4. 1990-91 (713-1,848) 34 3. 1976-77 5. 2006-07 (733-1,884) .389 34 2009-10 .389 2012-13 (777-1,999) 2012-13 34 33 6. 1997-98 7. 2009-10 (767-1,968) .390 1998-99 33 .391 8. 2000-01 (728-1,862) 33 2007-08 9. 2003-04 (725-1,825) .397 2011-12 2013-14 (799-2,012) 33 .397 2013-14 33 Free Throws Made 595 1. 2009-10 Most Points 2. 1997-98 568 1. 1979-80 2,801 2. 2009-10 532 3. 2011-12 2,632 3. 1997-98 513 4. 1979-80 2,558 507 2,494 4. 2013-14 5. 1992-93 2013-14 507 5. 1981-82 2,449 7. 1998-99 6. 1992-93 496 2,405 495 2,397 7. 1991-92 8. 1986-87 8. 1987-88 489 2,391 9. 1993-94 2,371 10. 1983-84 484 9. 1980-81 10. 1982-83 2,361 ed Free Throw s Attempt Points 1. 2009-10 839 Per Game 2. 1997-98 84.3 1. 1982-83 820 82.4 2. 1987-88 3. 1979-80 787 3. 1983-84 81.7 4. 1992-93 745 5. 1998-99 79.0 4. 1981-82 739 6. 2011-12 78.5 5. 1984-85 734 77.6 6. 1992-93 719 7. 1993-94 8. 1980-81 77.5 7. 1997-98 705 9. 1986-87 699 8. 2009-10 77.4 9. 1986-87 684 10. 2007-08 77.0 76.5 10. 1980-81 Free Throw Percentage .798 1. 2013-14 (507-635) Field Goals Made 1. 1979-80 2. 2012-13 (417-552) 755 1,114 3. 2004-05 (432-577) 1,074 .749 2. 1978-79 .745 4. 1988-89 (404-542) 3. 1981-82 1,021 .742 5. 2014-15 (369-497) 4. 1982-83 973 967 5. 1980-81 6. 2003-04 (382-516) .740 6. 1991-92 7. 2011-12 (532-734) .725 947 .724 8. 1984-85 (469-648) 942 7. 1997-98 9. 2005-06 (405-562) .722 937 8. 1983-84 9. 1987-88 916 10. 1985-86 (380-527) .721 10. 1998-99 906 2009-10 906 oals Made G ield 3-Point F 2017-18 250 1. Field Goals Attempted 2. 2013-14 231 2,592 1. 1979-80 3 . 2011-12 230 2. 1978-79 2,357 4 . 2009-10 225 3. 1975-76 2,335 5 . 2010-11 218 214 4. 1981-82 2,246 . 2012-13 6 7 2016-17 197 2,130 5. 1997-98 . 6. 1980-81 2,110 178 8. 2015-16 2014-15 173 7. 1998-99 9. 2,090 173 2006-07 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 209

210 oals ield G 3-Point F Assists Attempted 1. 2011-12 759 1. 1979-80 783 2. 2. 1980-81 601 2017-18 714 564 3. 1990-91 2012-13 684 3. 661 4 4. 2013-14 . 2009-10 561 5 . 2010-11 5. 2015-16 658 560 . 6 6 . 1991-92 555 2016-17 613 . 1997-98 7. 7 2013-14 645 538 8 585 . 2014-15 8 . 1985-86 512 1987-88 512 9 . 2006-07 519 10 10 . 2008-09 516 . 2012-13 511 Basketball oal ield G Steals Percentage 3-Point F 433 1. 1979-80 1. 1987-88 (99-240) .413 2. 1996-97 2. 1988-89 (106-268) 420 .396 .384 3. 3. 1997-98 408 2015-16 (178-463) 406 4. 1992-93 .358 2013-14 (231-645) 4. 5 403 5. 1980-81 .352 . 1993-94 (120-341) 6. 1998-99 .352 1995-96 (105-298) 391 7. 1999-00 354 2017-18 (250-714) 7 . .350 8. 1990-91 2009-10 (225-661) .340 8. 345 9. 1993-94 9 . 2005-06 (155-457) .339 343 10. 1991-92 10 341 . 2004-05 (161-484) .333 2006-07 (173-519) .333 Blocked Shots 1. 2017-18 3-Point F ield G oal Percentage Defense 163 1. 1995-96 (103-373) 2 . 1979-80 147 .276 2. 1992-93 (74-261) 3 . 2007-08 138 .284 126 4 3. 2009-10 (145-503) .288 . 2009-10 4. 2017-18 (250-714) 5 . 1998-99 121 .299 .303 6 5. 1997-98 (150-495) 118 . 2010-11 . 2001-02 116 .305 6. 2012-13 (175-573) 7 .306 109 8 . 2000-01 7. 1990-91 (98-320) 9 00 105 . 1999- .306 2001-02 (169-463) 20 9. 2011-12 (151-477) 10 2015-16 104 . .317 .322 10. 1996-97 (93-289) Fewest Turnovers Total Rebounds 369 1. 1991-92 425 2. 2013-14 1. 1979-80 1,835 435 3. 2005-06 2. 1978-79 1,674 4. 2014-15 437 1,432 3. 1997-98 2015-16 472 4. 1980-81 1,427 5. 5. 2011-12 1,396 6. 2012-13 1,369 Most Turnovers 7. 1977-78 1,349 758 1. 1980-81 1,328 8. 2013-14 2. 1989-90 720 1,315 9. 1981-82 686 3. 1997-98 10. 2014-15 1,313 679 4. 1990-91 5. 1981-82 676 Rebounds Per Game 1. 1977-78 46.5 Fewest Personal Fouls 1978-79 46.5 1. 2014-15 422 3. 1980-81 46.0 2. 2013-14 431 45.9 4. 1979-80 434 3. 2012-13 44.6 5. 1990-91 4. 2010-11 439 43.4 6. 1997-98 2015-16 451 5. 42.4 7. 1981-82 42.3 8. 1994-95 Most Personal Fouls 2011-12 42.3 738 1. 1998-99 41.2 10. 1993-94 714 2. 1997-98 2003-04 41.2 00 680 20 3. 1999- 665 4. 1980-81 Rebound Margin 654 5. 1981-82 1. 1997-98 +8.6 2. 1994-95 +5.9 3. 1990-91 +5.6 +5.5 4. 2013-14 +5.0 5. 1993-94 6. 2003-04 +4.7 7. 2009-10 +4.6 8. 1995-96 +4.1 9. 2012-13 +3.6 +3.4 10. 2011-12 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 210

211 Second Half Points , Team Game Records 1. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 68 Husker 100-Point Games 2. vs. Iowa State, 1/15/83 67 1. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 123 66 3. vs. Oral Roberts, 12/5/89 2. vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 122 63 4. vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 3. vs. Michigan, 11/28/80 118 5. vs. Oklahoma State, 2/10/82 62 113 4. vs. Georgia Southern, 11/19/99 6. at Idaho, 12/4/93 61 112 5. vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1/22/75 7. at Pepperdine, 1/11/83 59 110 6. vs. Pacific Christian, 11/20/81 vs. Oklahoma, 3/2/85 59 110 vs. Oral Roberts, 12/5/89 9. vs. Georgia Southern, 11/19/99 58 8. vs. Brigham Young, 12/5/87 109 10. vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1/3/84 57 108 9. vs. Iowa State, 1/15/83 vs. Vermont, 12/18/11 57 vs. Troy State, 12/8/98 108 11. at Idaho, 12/4/93 107 , Third Quarter Points vs. Nicholls State, 12/10/95 107 29 1. vs. Illinois, 3/1/17 107 vs. Washington State, 11/22/09 28 2. vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff, 11/14/15 Basketball 104 14. vs. Brigham Young, 12/14/85 3. vs. Evansville, 12/8/15 27 104 vs. Wofford, 11/21/03 26 4. vs. Northern Arizona, 12/19/15 103 16. vs. Kansas State (OT), 1/18/83 vs. Penn State, 2/2/16 26 103 vs. Arizona, 11/23/84 vs. Northwestern, 2/28/16 26 vs. Creighton, 1/3/90 103 vs. San Jose State, 12/9/16 26 103 vs. Baylor, 1/12/05 26 vs. UMKC, 11/14/17 102 20. vs. NW Missouri State, 2/17/82 102 at Pepperdine, 1/11/84 Fourth Quarter Points , vs. Oklahoma, 3/2/85 102 34 1. vs. Florida Atlantic, 12/19/17 23. at Oklahoma State, 2/19/83 101 32 2. vs. North Carolina Central, 11/21/15 101 at Oklahoma, 2/14/98 3. at Ohio State, 1/29/17 29 100 25. vs. Oral Roberts, 11/27/87 28 4. vs. Arkansas State, 12/21/15 100 vs. Pepperdine, 11/15/14 5. vs. Northern Arizona, 12/19/15 27 *quarter system since 2015-16 Points, Both Teams 210 1. vs. Michigan, 11/28/80 (118-92) Largest Margin of Victory 2. vs. Kansas State, 1/18/83 (103-104 OT) 207 87 1. vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1/22/75 (112-25) righam Young 202 , 12/5/87 (109-93) 3. vs. B 2. vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 (122-46) 76 202 vs. Baylor, 1/12/05 (103-99 3OT) 3. vs. South Dakota, 3/14/75 (98-26) 72 5. vs. Oklahoma, 3/2/85 (102-99) 201 4. vs. Nicholls State, 12/10/95 (107-38) 69 6. at Oklahoma, 2/18/83 (85-107) 192 5. vs. Doane, 3/18/75 (89-27) 62 7. at Pepperdine, 1/11/84 (102-89) 191 61 6. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 (123-62) 191 at Kansas, 2/27/85 (86-105) 58 7. at Wayne State, 12/16/78 (93-35) 190 9. at Oklahoma State, 2/19/83 (101-89) vs. Wofford, 11/21/03 (104-46) 58 vs. Kentucky, 3/13/99 (92-98) 190 57 9. vs. South Alabama, 11/13/98 (96-39) vs. Georgia Southern, 11/19/99 (113-77) 190 57 vs. Vermont, 11/13/10 (95-38) First Half , Points Fewest Points 62 1. vs. Oral Roberts, 12/29/13 1. at Kansas State, 2/17/75 31 59 2. vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 35 vs. Texas Tech, 2/26/03 2. vs. Washington State, 11/22/09 59 35 vs. Missouri, 11/14/16 4. vs. Brigham Young, 12/5/87 58 4 37 . at Kansas State, 1/22/11 58 vs. Oakland, 11/17/00 38 5 . at Iowa State, 2/18/09 57 6. vs. Creighton, 1/3/90 39 . vs. Midland Lutheran, 2/7/75 6 56 7. vs. Washington, 12/3/82 39 vs. Auburn, 12/29/88 vs. Troy State, 12/8/98 56 40 . at Creighton, 12/1/02 8 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 11/12/11 56 40 at Kansas State, 1/27/09 vs. Pepperdine, 11/15/14 56 41 10 . vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 12/4/74 56 at Iowa, 1/28/18 41 at Iowa, 1/9/85 41 at Missouri, 1/15/02 Quarter Points , First vs. UConn, 12/21/16 41 29 1. vs. Southern, 11/23/15 29 at Penn State, 1/13/16 , First Half Fewest Points 3. at Michigan, 1/24/16 28 11 1. William Penn, 3/5/76 28 at Minnesota, 2/11/16 2. at Iowa, 12/16/90 12 27 5. vs. North Florida, 11/16/15 vs. Michigan, 2/9/12 12 at Northwestern, 2/18/15 12 Points , Second Quarter 5. vs. Central Michigan, 12/1/89 16 1. at Iowa, 1/28/18 34 16 at Kansas State, 2/12/03 29 2. vs. Michigan State, 2/14/16 vs. Missouri, 11/14/16 16 28 3. vs. North Florida, 11/16/15 27 4. vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff, 11/14/15 Fewest Points , First Quarter 25 5. vs. North Carolina Central, 11/21/15 1. vs. UConn, 12/21/16 7 at Michigan, 1/24/16 25 2. vs. Wisconsin, 2/11/18 8 25 at Iowa, 12/31/16 8 at Wisconsin, 2/9/17 9 4. Five Games, most recently vs. Maryland, 1/4/17 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 211

212 Fewest Points Allowed Fewest Points , Second Half , Second Quarter 10 1. vs. Nicholls State, 12/10/95 5 1. at Minnesota, 2/11/16 11 2. at Purdue, 1/26/17 2. vs. Creighton, 12/14/13 6 7 3. vs. Vermont, 11/13/10 12 3. at Rutgers, 1/30/16 7 vs. Missouri, 11/14/16 4. vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1/22/75 13 vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 7 13 vs. Coastal Carolina, 11/24/17 13 vs. Bucknell, 11/29/96 13 vs. Texas-Pan American, 12/4/11 , Second Half Fewest Points 13 at Kansas, 12/6/17 1. vs. Auburn, 12/29/88 12 9 14 . vs. Wyoming, 11/18/76 13 2. vs. Texas Tech, 2/26/03 14 vs. Michigan, 1/13/18 16 3. vs. Northwest Missouri State, 3/6/76 Basketball 16 at Iowa State, 2/18/09 Fewest Points Allowed 5. at Kansas State, 1/27/09 17 , Third Quarter 7 1. vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff, 11/14/15 17 at Iowa State, 1/11/11 9 2. vs. Evansville, 12/8/15 vs. Rutgers, 1/10/17 9 Fewest Points , Third Quarter 9 vs. Clemson, 11/30/17 1. vs. Michigan, 1/13/18 4 9 at Kansas, 12/6/17 2. vs. UConn, 11/28/15 6 3. vs. Virginia, 11/26/16 8 , Fourth Quarter 8 Fewest Points Allowed vs. UConn, 12/21/16 4 10 1. at Kansas, 12/6/17 5. vs. Michigan, 3/2/18 vs. Maryland, 3/3/18 6 2. vs. San Jose State, 12/9/16 10 3. at Rutgers, 1/21/18 7 8 4. vs. North Carolina Central, 11/21/15 Fewest Points , Fourth Quarter 8 vs. Washington State, 11/25/16 1. vs. Missouri, 11/14/16 5 6 2. vs. Michigan, 1/22/17 9 3. vs. Maryland, 1/4/17 Field Goals Made vs. Illinois, 3/1/17 9 52 1. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 2. vs. Pacific Christian, 11/20/81 5. at Illinois, 1/15/17 10 50 49 3. vs. Oral Roberts, 12/5/89 at Rutgers, 1/21/18 10 47 4. at Pepperdine, 1/11/83 vs. Georgia Southern, 11/19/99 47 Fewest Points Allowed 46 6. vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 25 1. vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1/22/75 7. vs. Kansas State, 1/18/83 44 26 2. vs. South Dakota, 3/14/75 44 vs. Creighton, 1/3/90 27 3. vs. Creighton, 1/31/75 9. vs. NW Missouri State, 2/17/82 43 27 vs. Doane, 3/18/75 43 vs. Washington, 12/3/82 27 vs. Texas-Pan American, 12/4/11 vs. Kearney State, 12/8/82 43 6. vs. Fort Hays State, 12/13/75 30 43 vs. Georgia State, 12/7/89 7. at Creighton, 12/5/75 31 vs. Troy State, 12/8/98 43 32 8. vs. Occidental, 1/10/77 35 9. vs. Wyoming, 11/18/76 35 at Wayne State, 12/16/78 Field Goal Attempts 35 vs. SE Louisiana, 12/1/04 1. vs. Occidental, 1/10/77 107 102 2. vs. Oral Roberts, 12/5/89 3. vs. Wyoming, 11/18/76 97 , First Half Fewest Points Allowed 96 4. vs. Wyoming, 11/21/81 1. vs. Illinois, 2/1/18 10 95 5. at Oklahoma State, 2/14/76 . vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 1/22/75 2 12 6. vs. Wichita State, 11/28/76 91 12 vs. Oklahoma, 12/15/79 90 7. at Drake, 12/9/17 12 vs. Missouri, 1/22/97 8 . vs. UMKC, 12/7/83 88 vs. Southern, 11/23/15 12 87 9 . vs. Kansas State, 1/18/83 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 12/2/17 12 87 vs. Iowa State, 2/28/93 14 7 . vs. SE Louisiana, 12/1/04 vs. Memphis, 12/30/04 14 oal G ield Highest F Percentage vs. South Dakota, 12/3/09 14 1. vs. Oklahoma State, 3/5/83 .737 (42-57) vs. Texas-Pan American, 12/4/11 14 .714 (40-56) 2. vs. Brigham Young, 12/5/87 .667 (36-54) 3. vs. Iowa State, 1/16/82 Fewest Points Allowed First Quarter , 4. at Michigan, 12/8/94 .661 (41-62) 1. vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff, 12/2/17 4 .636 (35-55) 5. vs. Miami, 11/17/10 7 2. at Rutgers, 1/21/18 6. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 .634 (52-82) 8 3. at Rutgers, 1/30/16 .623 (43-69) 7. vs. Washington, 12/3/82 8 vs. Northwestern, 2/28/16 8. vs. Bradley, 12/3/97 .618 (34-55) 8 vs. Indiana, 2/19/17 .617 (29-47) 9. vs. Illinois, 3/5/15 vs. Coastal Carolina, 11/24/17 8 10. vs. New Orleans, 12/22/02 .615 (24-39) , Fewest Points Allowed Quarter First oals G ield Made 3-Point F 1. vs. Illinois, 2/1/18 1 17 1. vs. Vermont, 11/13/10 2 2. vs. Southern, 11/23/15 16 2. vs. Penn State, 2/24/14 3. vs. North Florida, 11/16/15 5 3. vs. Mississippi Valley State, 11/15/11 14 7 4. vs. North Carolina Central, 11/21/15 13 at Purdue, 2/2/12 4. vs. North Carolina State, 12/3/15 7 vs. Illinois, 3/1/17 13 7 vs. Purdue, 1/24/18 6 . vs. Weber State, 11/14/08 12 at Baylor, 1/17/10 12 vs. Florida A&M, 1/2/11 12 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 212

213 12 vs. Wisconsin, 1/2/13 Largest Rebound Margin 12 vs. Oral Roberts, 12/29/13 +34 (60-26) 1. vs. Wofford, 11/21/03 vs. Omaha, 11/22/16 12 +34 (50-16) vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 12 vs. UMKC, 11/14/17 3. vs. Denver, 12/30/07 +33 (58-25) 12 at Illinois, 1/10/18 4. vs. North Florida, 11/16/15 +32 (57-25) 12 at Michigan State, 2/14/18 vs. SE Louisiana, 12/1/04 +32 (55-23) . vs. Iowa, 3/9/14 +31 (58-27) 6 . vs. Vermont, 12/18/11 7 +30 (57-27) ield 3-Point F oals G Attempted vs. Memphis, 12/30/04 +30 (55-25) 1 vs. Michigan, 2/9/12 37 +29 (60-31) . vs. Penn State, 2/22/18 9 2. at Purdue, 2/2/12 34 vs. Sam Houston State, 11/23/90 10. +28 (64-36) 34 at Baylor, 1/17/10 vs. New Mexico, 3/13/98 +28 (55-27) 4. vs. Vermont, 11/13/10 33 vs. Northern Colorado, 11/19/76 +28 (47-29) vs. Buffalo, 11/23/17 33 . vs. Iowa State, 2/4/01 32 6 32 vs. Baylor, 2/9/11 Most Total Rebounds 31 . vs. Oklahoma State, 2/3/10 8 1. vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 12/19/80 73 Basketball 31 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 11/12/11 2. vs. Wayne State, 1/28/78 68 at Florida State, 11/27/11 31 3. vs. USC, 11/18/11 66 31 vs. Illinois, 2/27/14 4. vs. Sam Houston State, 11/23/90 64 31 vs. Missouri, 11/14/16 s. Wichita State, 12/13/78 v 62 5. vs. Omaha, 11/22/16 31 62 vs. Oral Roberts, 12/5/89 at Drake, 12/9/17 31 62 vs. Oral Roberts, 12/31/90 60 8. vs. Oklahoma, 12/15/79 vs. Creighton, 1/21/81 60 3-Point FG Percentage (minimum four made) at Robert Morris, 11/29/90 60 .875 (7-8) 1. at Kansas, 2/4/89 60 vs. Wofford, 11/21/03 2. vs. Oklahoma, 2/9/88 .800 (4-5) vs. Penn State, 2/22/18 60 vs. Missouri, 2/4/98 .800 (4-5) vs. Texas Tech, 1/17/01 .800 (4-5) 5. vs. UMKC, 11/30/87 .778 (7-9) Fewest Total Rebounds .750 (6-8) 6. at Illinois State, 11/22/96 1. at Ohio State, 12/11/04 21 vs. North Texas, 12/20/98 .750 (6-8) 2. vs. Florida State, 12/31/82 22 .727 (16-22) 8. vs. Penn State, 2/24/14 vs. Colorado, 1/11/89 22 9. vs. Iowa, 12/30/88 .700 (7-10) 22 vs. Colorado, 1/22/95 10. vs. Iowa State, 2/27/94 .667 (10-15) 22 at Kansas, 2/26/11 vs. Cincinnati, 12/15/02 .667 (6-9) vs. Michigan, 1/13/18 22 vs. Missouri, 2/25/04 .667 (6-9) Most Offensive Rebounds Free Throws Made 31 1. vs. Stetson, 11/28/97 1. vs. Baylor, 1/12/05 46 2. vs. Kansas State, 1/6/95 30 2. vs. Missouri, 2/18/96 37 3. vs. Bowling Green, 12/10/94 29 35 3. vs. Texas A&M, 11/28/87 vs. New Mexico, 3/13/98 29 at Kansas, 2/13/02 35 29 vs. Southern Illinois, 11/16/01 34 5. vs. Iowa State, 1/15/83 6. vs. Brigham Young, 12/14/85 32 Most Defensive Rebounds vs. Iowa State, 2/24/90 32 1. vs. Sam Houston State, 11/23/90 49 at Missouri, 2/17/98 32 44 2. vs. Vermont, 12/18/11 31 9. Five times, most recently 43 vs. Evansville, 12/8/15 3. vs. Illinois, 2/27/14 4. 42 vs. Robert Morris, 11/29/90 42 vs. Grambling State, 11/29/91 Free Throws Attempted vs. Arkansas State, 12/12/93 42 1. vs. Baylor, 1/12/05 56 vs. USC, 11/18/11 42 2. vs. Brigham Young, 12/14/85 48 vs. Missouri, 2/18/96 48 Most Assists 45 4. vs. Michigan, 11/28/80 1. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 43 vs. Oklahoma, 1/12/83 45 36 2. vs. Georgia State, 12/7/89 45 vs. Texas A&M, 11/28/87 34 3. vs. Georgia Southern, 11/19/99 45 at Kansas, 2/13/02 4. vs. Oklahoma, 1/26/91 32 44 8. vs. Arkansas State, 12/12/93 vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 32 44 vs. Southern, 11/24/13 6 . vs. Oklahoma, 1/18/79 31 10. vs. Oklahoma State, 2/28/87 43 vs. Oral Roberts, 12/5/89 31 43 at Missouri, 2/17/98 31 vs. Creighton, 1/3/90 9. 30 vs. Evansville, 12/8/15 Free Throw Percentage Five Ti mes 10. ly 29 , most recent 1.000 (18-18) 1. at Denver, 11/22/08 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 11/25/00 vs. Iowa State, 1/31/07 1.000 (16-16) at Texas A&M, 2/8/09 1.000 (16-16) Fewest Assists vs. Oklahoma State, 1/14/89 1.000 (15-15) 1. Many Times, most recently 0 vs. Missouri, 2/18/77 at North Carolina, 12/4/13 1.000 (12-12) 1 2. vs. Winnipeg, 11/12/76 at Missouri, 3/2/06 1.000 (11-11) 3. vs. Missouri, 1/27/77 2 1.000 (9-9) Maryland, 1/3/15 vs. Colorado, 11/25/78 2 Michigan, 2/1/15 1.000 (9-9) vs. Oklahoma State, 1/12/79 2 1.000 (8-8) at Cincinnati, 12/11/01 1.000 (7-7) vs. San Diego, 3/17/93 1.000 (7-7) vs. Iowa State, 1/25/03 .947 (18-19) 12. at Oklahoma, 2/5/00 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 213

214 Most Steals 29 1. at Creighton, 12/3/96 2. vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 12/20/85 28 3. vs. Howard, 12/11/92 26 25 4. vs. InterAmerican, 12/21/93 vs. South Alabama, 11/13/98 25 6. vs. Iowa State, 2/28/93 24 24 vs. St. Louis, 11/30/96 8. vs. Oral Roberts, 12/31/90 23 vs. Nicholls State, 12/10/95 23 vs. Central Michigan, 12/14/96 23 Basketball Fewest Steals 1. Several Times, most recently 1 at Rutgers , 1/30/16 Most Blocked Shots 1. vs. Florida Atlantic, 12/19/17 13 12 2. vs. Michigan, 3/2/18 3 10 . vs. Pacific Christian, 11/20/81 vs. Cal State Northridge, 1/4/92 10 vs. Baylor, 2/3/07 10 10 at Cal State Bakersfield, 12/13/07 vs. Albany, 12/30/09 10 8 . 11 times, most recently at Purdue, 2/2/12 9 Fewest Blocked Shots 1. Many Times, most recently 1/26/17 0 , at Purdue Most Team Fouls 1. 36 at Kansas, 3/5/85 at Baylor, 1/21/98 36 3. at Iowa State, 1/29/83 33 4. at Arizona, 1/7/82 32 32 at Maine, 1/6/88 at Missouri, 1/29/89 32 vs. Iowa State, 2/24/90 32 vs. Tulane, 11/25/01 32 9. vs. Southwest Missouri State, 2/10/76 31 at Oklahoma State, 2/19/83 31 at Colorado, 2/29/92 31 Fewest Team Fouls 1. vs. Bakersfield, 12/13/14 4 Cal State 2. vs. Ohio State, 2/14/13 5 3. at Michigan, 2/21/13 6 vs. Chattanooga, 3/23/13 6 vs. Creighton, 12/6/15 6 6 7 . at Iowa State, 1/14/88 vs. Creighton, 12/14/13 7 vs. Indiana, 2/16/14 7 vs. Minnesota, 3/7/14 7 . vs. Northern Illinois, 12/13/09 8 10 vs. Northern Arizona, 11/16/12 8 8 vs. Minnesota, 2/3/13 4 vs. High Point, 12/20/1 8 at Illinois, 1/11/15 8 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 214

215 • Jamie Martin (2006) Bowling Honors • Cassandra Leuthold (2007) • Adrienne Miller (2007) (1) Three-Time National Player of the Year • Lindsay Baker (2008) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2001, 2004, 2005) • Katie Ann Sopp (2008) National Player of the Year (9) Third Team (10) • Kim Berke (1992) • Lindsay Baker (2007) • Diandra Hyman (2000) • Danielle van der Meer (2009) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2001) • Valerie Calberry (2009) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2004) • Kristina Mickelson (2012) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2005) • Julia Bond (2015) • Lindsay Baker (2006) • Gazmine Mason (2015) • Amanda Burgoyne (2007) • Gazmine Mason (2016) • Cassandra Leuthold (2010) • Gazmine Mason (2017) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin (2015) • Kelly Belzeski (2018) • Meghan Straub (2018) Four-Time All-Americans (7) Bowling • Kim Berke (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992) Honorable Mention (8) • Andrea Rigby (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996) • Jasmine Laugerman (2008) • Jennifer Daugherty (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999) • Christine Bator (2008) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2001, 2002, 2004, 2005) • Danielle van der Meer (2011) • Lindsay Baker (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) • Valerie Calberry (2012) • Cassandra Leuthold (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) • Elise Bolton (2013) • Julia Bond (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) • Briana Zabierek (2016) • Meghan Straub (2017) Three-Time All-Americans (4) • Kelly Belzeski (2017) • Diandra Hyman (1999, 2000, 2001) • Amanda Burgoyne (2005, 2006, 2007) NCBCA All-Americans (28) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin (2013, 2014, 2015) First Team (13) • Gazmine Mason (2015, 2016, 2017) • Kim Berke (1991) • Carrie Machuga (1993) Two-Time All-Americans (7) • Andrea Rigby (1995) • Brenda Edwards (1995, 1997) • Brenda Norman (1996) • Jamie Martin (2005, 2006) • Jennifer Daugherty (1996) • Adrienne Miller (2005, 2007) • Jennifer Daugherty (1997) • Valerie Calberry (2009, 2012) • Brenda Edwards (1997) • Danielle van der Meer (2009, 2011) • Jennifer Daugherty (1998) • Kelly Belzeski (2017, 2018) • Diandra Hyman (2000) • Meghan Straub (2017, 2018) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2001) • Diandra Hyman (2001) NTCA All-Americans (42) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2002) First Team (17) • Kari Schwager (2002) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2005) • Lindsay Baker (2005) Second Team (8) • Amanda Burgoyne (2005) • Kim Berke (1989) • Lindsay Baker (2006) • Kim Berke (1990) • Amanda Burgoyne (2006) • Kim Berke (1992) • Amanda Burgoyne (2007) • Shelly Machuga (1993) • Cassandra Leuthold (2008) • Andrea Rigby (1994) • Cassandra Leuthold (2009) • Andrea Rigby (1996) • Cassandra Leuthold (2010) • Jennifer Daugherty (1999) • Kayla Johnson (2012) • Shannon Pluhowsky (2004) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin (2013) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin (2014) Honorable Mention (7) • Lizabeth Kuhlkin (2015) • Jennifer Wilson (1991) • Julia Bond (2016) • Andrea Rigby (1993) • Julia Bond (2017) • Brenda Edwards (1995) • Julia Bond (2018) • Kimberly Claus (1998) • Raquel Orozco (2018) • Jennifer Davis (1998) • Diandra Hyman (1999) Second Team (7) • Paola Gomez (2003) • Jamie Martin (2005) • Adrienne Miller (2005) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 215

216 Pinfall (Single Tournament) Rk. Name Date Pinfall Tournament 3,192 1. Mid States Tournament Shannon Pluhowsky 10/22/00 Mid-States Tournament 10/21/01 2,962 Kari Schwager 2. Lindsay Baker 2,946 Maverick Challenge 11/18/07 3. 2,934 Maverick Challenge 4. Jasmine Laugerman 11/18/07 Cassandra Leuthold Maverick Challenge 11/18/07 5. 2,888 2,872 Mid-States Tournament Shannon Pluhowsky 6. 10/21/01 7. Cassandra Leuthold 2,837 Maverick Challenge 11/18/07 Suzanne Medwell 2,815 Mid-States Tournament 10/22/00 8. Lizabeth Kuhlkin 2,812 3/1/15 9. Central Missouri Invitational 2,805 11/12/06 . Cassandra Leuthold Wisconsin-Whitewater 10 Average (Single Tournament) Tournament Rk. Name Average Date Shannon Pluhowsky 254.300 Wisconsin-Whitewater 11/9/03 1. Bowling Amanda Burgoyne 251.750 4/16/05 2. NCAA Championships 242.875 11/25/00 Shannon Pluhowsky Team Match Games 3. 242.182 Maverick Challenge 11/18/00 4. Shannon Pluhowsky Shannon Pluhowsky 241.750 Southern Classic 11/5/00 5. Lizabeth Kuhlkin 238.400 Crusader Classic 11/9/12 6 Amanda Burgoyne 236.800 Triad Women’s Classic 7. 11/16/03 Capital City Classic 236.200 12/7/08 8. Erin McCarthy 9. Amanda Burgoyne 234.830 Arkansas State Invite 10/31/04 Warhawk Invitational 11/11/17 10. Julia Bond 234.800 Pinfall (Career) Pinfall (Single Season) Year Pinfall Years Pinfall Rk. Name Rk. Name 1. Shannon Pluhowsky 1. Shannon Pluhowsky 19,431 2001-02 63,518 2000-05 2. Shannon Pluhowsky 19,104 2. Diandra Hyman 2000-01 63,065 1998-02 1999-00 3. 61,352 1999-03 3. Amanda O’Hayre 18,138 Kari Schwager 2006-10 51,387 Cassandra Leuthold 1999-00 4. Kimberly Claus 18,035 4. Kari Schwager 2001-02 5. 17,436 2004-07 50,022 Amanda Burgoyne 5. 49,727 Lindsay Baker 6. 1999-00 6. Diandra Hyman 16,793 2005-08 7. Julia Bond 2001-02 16,784 Diandra Hyman 7. 2015-18 48,674 1998-99 8. Diandra Hyman 8 . Adrienne Miller 47,765 2004-07 16,243 9 9. 16,177 2014-15 1998-2001 45,136 Amanda O’Hayre . Lizabeth Kuhlkin 10 2000-01 15,837 . Kari Schwager 10. Lizabeth Kuhlkin 44,079 2011-15 Games Played (Single Season) Games Played (Career) Rk. Name Year Games Games Years Rk. Name 2001-02 1. Shannon Pluhowsky 1. Diandra Hyman 93 1998-2002 308 308 1999-2003 2. Kimberly Claus 90 1999-00 Kari Schwager 3. Shannon Pluhowsky 295 2000-05 Amanda O’Hayre 90 1999-00 86 251 2000-01 2006-10 Shannon Pluhowsky 4. Cassandra Leuthold 4. 5. Diandra Hyman 2001-02 2004-07 244 Amanda Burgoyne 5. 84 2005-08 244 Lindsay Baker 84 2001-02 Kari Schwager 7. 239 2004-07 Adrienne Miller 1998-99 81 Diandra Hyman 7. 80 Kari Schwager 8. 8. Julia Bond 232 2015-18 2000-01 9. Amanda O’Hayre 8. Diandra Hyman 79 1998-2001 1999-00 229 Stacy Rogers 10. 2011-15 209 Lizabeth Kuhlkin 9. 77 1999-00 Kari Schwager 77 1999-00 Average (Career) Average (Single Season) Average Years Rk. Name Rk. Name Year Average 1. Shannon Pluhowsky 215.315 2000-05 2000-01 1. 2012-15 222.140 Shannon Pluhowsky 2. Lizabeth Kuhlkin 210.904 y 221.788 Shannon Pluhow 2003-04 sk 2. 3. Julia Bond 209.802 2015-18 Raquel Orozco . 4 3. 218.608 2014-15 Lizabeth Kuhlkin 2017-present 208.714 5 215.700 Lizabeth Kuhlkin 4 2012-13 . Gazmine Mason 208.494 2014- 17 Lindsay Baker . 5 213.000 18 6 . Kelly Belzeski 206.788 2015- 2005-06 205.010 Amanda Burgoyne 7. 6 . Diandra Hyman 212.570 2004-07 1999-00 212.000 Julia Bond 7. 2016-17 8 . Jennifer Daugherty 204.844 1995-99 8. 1998-02 211.440 2017-18 Julia Bond 9 . Diandra Hyman 204.756 2006-10 211.429 2017-18 Raquel Orozco 9. 10 . Cassandra Leuthold 204.530 . Lindsay Baker 11 2005-08 203.799 10. Kelly Belzeski 211.420 2017-18 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 216

217 Pinfall (Freshman) Rk Year . Name Pinfall 19,104 2000-01 1. Shannon Pluhowsky 1998-99 2. 16,243 Diandra Hyman 3. 15,207 1999-00 Kari Schwager 14,572 2006-07 4. Cassandra Leuthold 13,839 Julia Bond 5. 2014-15 Amanda O’Hayre 13,432 1998-99 . 6 . Amanda Burgoyne 12,514 1999-00 7 . Suzanne Medwell 11,952 2000-01 8 9 2007-08 Katie Ann Sopp 11,539 11,481 . Lindsay Baker 2004-05 10 Games Played (Freshman) Year Rk. Name Games 86 2000-01 Shannon Pluhowsky 1. Diandra Hyman 81 1998-99 2. Kari Schwager 77 1999-00 3. Cassandra Leuthold 4. 2006-07 72 5. Amanda O’Hayre 68 1998-99 Bowling Julia Bond 6. 67 2014-15 Amanda Burgoyne 2003-04 . 7 62 Suzanne Medwell 60 2000-01 8 . Katie Ann Sopp 57 2007-08 9 . 10 . Adrienne Miller 56 2003-04 Lindsay Baker 56 2004-05 Sarah Koch 56 2006-07 Season Average (Freshman) Rk Name Average Year . Shannon Pluhowsky 222.140 2000-01 1. Lindsay Baker 206.622 2004-05 2. 3. Julia Bond 206.552 2014-15 4 . Adrienne Miller 203.857 2003-04 5 . 202.400 2007-08 Katie Ann Sopp Raquel Orozco 202. 6. 381 2016-17 Cassandra Leuthold 2006-07 . 7 202.300 Amanda Burgoyne 201.839 2003-04 8 . Diandra Hyman 200.531 1998-99 9 . 10 . Jasmine Laugerman 199.400 2007-08 Danielle van der Meer 199.400 2008-09 Team Pinfall Rk. Tournament Name Pinfall Date Maverick Challenge 11/18/07 1. 14,968 Southern Classic 14,058 10/25/98 2. Mid-States Invitational 10/21/01 3. 13,959 National Collegiate Match Games 13,839 4. 11/24/01 5. Coca-Cola Classic 13,639 2/7/00 6. Maverick Challenge 13,576 11/18/06 7. National Collegiate Match Games 11/25/00 13,432 Coca-Cola Classic 13,387 8. 2/4/01 11/12/06 13,372 9. Wisconsin-Whitewater Coca-Cola Classic 13,162 2/2/02 10. Team Average Date Rk. m ent Name Average Tourna 1. National Collegiate Match Games 1,133.091 11/24/01 2. Mid-Winter Classic 1,107.200 1/13/18 3 National Collegiate Match Games 1,102.909 11/25/00 . 4 . Ozark Invitational 1,087.000 1/21/07 5 . National Collegiate Match Games 1,083.182 11/27/99 6. 1,081.200 3/3/18 Big Red Invitational 7. Big Red Invitational 1,079.400 3/3/17 8. NCAA Championship 1,075.857 4/16/16 1,074.800 9 . SFA Stormin’ Ladyjack Invitational 2/17/18 10 2/2/02 1,074.746 . Coca-Cola Classic Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 217

218 Men’s Cross Country Honors Two-Time Academic All-American (1) Two-Time All-Americans (3) • Brady Bonsall (1995, 1996) • Joe Kirby (1988, 1989) • Jacques van Rensburg (1988, 1989) CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (5) • Cleophas Boor (1996, 1997) First-Team (1) • Brady Bonsall (1996) All-Americans (12) • Greg Carlberg (1970) Second-Team (2) • Wally Duffy (1983) • Kyle Wyatt (2002) • Kurt Russell (1984) • Dana Carne (2004) • Jean Verster (1985) • Joe Kirby (1988) Third-Team (2) • Joe Kirby (1989) • Brady Bonsall (1995) • Jacques van Rensburg (1988) • Brett Grieb (2012) • Jacques van Rensburg (1989) • Jonah Kiptarus (1996) Cross Country • Cleophas Boor (1996) • Cleophas Boor (1997) • Jeroen Broekzitter (1997) s NCAA Championship Champion (Pts.) NU Finish (Pts.) Top NU Finisher Year Northern Arizona (74) 2017 DNQ -- -- DNQ Northern Arizona (125) 2016 DNQ 2015 Syracuse (82) -- Colorado (65) DNQ 2014 -- DNQ -- Colorado (149) 2013 DNQ 2012 -- Oklahoma State (72) Wisconsin (97) DNQ 2011 -- David Adams, 135th Oklahoma State (73) 2010 No Team Finish Oklahoma State (127) DNQ -- 2009 2008 Oregon (93) DNQ -- DNQ 2007 Oregon (85) -- -- DNQ Colorado (94) 2006 Wisconsin (37) DNQ -- 2005 Colorado (90) DNQ -- 2004 -- 2003 Stanford (24) DNQ No Team Finish 2002 Stanford (47) James Bowler, 84th 2001 Colorado ( 90) James Bowler, 78th 27th (661) Arkansas (83) 2000 Marcus Witter, 79th 26th (623) Arkansas (58) DNQ -- 1999 Arkansas (97) DNQ -- 1998 Cleophas Boor, 6th 11th (294) Stanford (53) 1997 7th (209) Jonah Kiptarus, 2nd 1996 Stanford (46) Brady Bonsall, 87th 1995 Arkansas (100 ) No Team Finish 1994 Iowa State (65) No Team Finish Kevin Miiller, 71st 1993 Arkansas (31) DNQ -- David Iteffa, 50th Arkansas (46) 1992 No Team Finish -- DNQ Arkansas (52) 1991 1990 Joe Kirby, 149th No Team Finish Arkansas (68) 1989 8th (305) Joe Kirby, 13th Iowa State (54) Jacques van Rensburg, 14th 1988 Wisconsin (105) 11th (270) 1987 13th (311) Jean Verster, 29th Arkansas (87) Arkansas (69) 15th (338) 1986 Jean Verster, 33rd 1985 Wisconsin (67) No Team Finish Jean Verster, 5th No Team Finish Kurt Russell, 26th Arkansas (101) 1984 Texas-El Paso (108) No Team Finish Wally Duffy, 29th 1983 1982 Wisconsin (59) DNQ -- Texas-El Paso (17) DNQ 1981 -- -- DNQ Texas-El Paso (58) 1980 1979 Texas-El Paso (86) DNQ -- Texas-El Paso (56) -- DNQ 1978 1977 -- ) DNQ Oregon (100 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 218

219 1976 Texas-El Paso (62) DNQ -- DNQ 1975 -- Texas-El Paso (88) -- 1974 DNQ Oregon (77) 1973 DNQ -- Oregon (89) 1972 -- Tennessee (134) DNQ Oregon (83) No Team Finish Bob Unger, 67th 1971 1970 Villanova (87) No Team Finish Greg Carlberg, 22nd Texas-El Paso (74) t-15th (420) Pete Brang, 39th 1969 Villanova (78) DNQ 1968 -- DNQ -- Villanova (91) 1967 Villanova (79) DNQ -- 1966 Western Michigan (81) DNQ 1965 -- 1964 DNQ -- Western Michigan (86) San Jose State (53) 1963 -- DNQ 1962 San Jose State (58) No Team Finish Ray Stevens, 27th 1961 Oregon State (68) DNQ -- 1960 Houston (54) -- DNQ Michigan State (44) DNQ 1959 -- 1958 Michigan State (79) DNQ -- 1957 Notre Dame (121) DNQ -- 1956 DNQ -- Michigan State (28) 1955 Michigan State (46) DNQ -- 1954 Oklahoma A&M (61) DNQ -- Cross Country 1953 Kansas (70) -- DNQ Michigan State (65) DNQ 1952 -- 1951 Syracuse (80) DNQ -- 1950 Penn State (53) DNQ -- 1949 DNQ -- Michigan State (59) 1948 Michigan State (41) DNQ -- 1947 Penn State (60) DNQ -- 1946 Drake (42) -- DNQ 1945 Drake (50) DNQ -- DNQ 1944 -- Drake (25) -- 1943 Held Because of WWII No Meet 1942 DNQ -- Indiana/Penn State (57) 1941 -- Rhode Island (83) DNQ Indiana (65) DNQ -- 1940 1939 Michigan State (54) DNQ -- Indiana (51) DNQ -- 1938 Regional Championships Year Top NU Finisher Champion (Pts.) NU Finish (Pts.) Midwest Iowa State (69) 8th (262) 2017 Wyatt McGuire, 14th 2016 Oklahoma State (64) 15th (373) Wyatt McGuire, 43rd Oklahoma State (59) 12th (368) Austin Post, 45th 2015 Oklahoma State (63) 20th (542) Joe Harter, 76th 2014 2013 Oklahoma State (45) 9th (319) Jarren Heng, 35th 2012 Oklahoma (44) 27th (681) Matt Bloch, 107th 2011 Oklahoma State (42) Brad Doering, 44th 14th (401) Oklahoma (43) David Adams, 8th 2010 10th (297) 2009 Oklahoma State (50) 8th (248) David Adams, 20th Oklahoma State (42) 10th (269) 2008 Kyle Custer, 35th 2007 Oklahoma State (47) 12th (299) Peter van der Westhuizen, 43rd 2006 Oklahoma State (72) 13th (427) Brian Parr, 39th 2005 Oklahoma State (49) No Team Finish Brian Parr, 82nd 2004 Minnesota (48) Eric Rasmussen, 54th No Team Finish Oklahoma State (78 ) 2003 Paul Wilson, 64th 18th (412) 2002 Iowa (79) 4th (154) James Bowler, 6th 2001 Minnesota (78) 3rd (94) James Bowler, 6th 2000 Oklahoma State ( 68) 5th (156) Aaron Carrizales, 6th 1999 Minnesota (56) t7th (203) Marcus Witter, 11th Lou Petricca, 43rd 1998 Oklahoma State (42) 13th (320) Jeroen Broekzitter, 1st 3rd (101) Oklahoma State (86) 1997 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 219

220 District V 1996 Jonah Kiptarus, 1st Oklahoma State (47) 2nd (58) 8th (200) 1995 Brady Bonsall, 8th Oklahoma State (33) 4th (115) Kevin Miiller, 10th 1994 28) Iowa State ( Iowa State (35) 3rd (100) Kevin Miiller, 10th 1993 1992 7th (202) David Iteffa, 2nd Kansas State (58) Iowa State (29) 5th (163) David Iteffa, 13th 1991 1990 Iowa State (21) 8th (172) Joe Kirby, 4th Iowa State (33) 2nd (90) Jaques van Rensburg, 2nd 1989 1988 1st (51) Joe Kirby, 2nd Nebraska (51) Colorado (80) 2nd (82) Jean Verster, 3rd 1987 1986 Colorado (46) 2nd (68) Jean Verster, 2nd Iowa State (51) 5th (115) 1985 Jean Verster, 5th 1984 Iowa State (66) 5th (117) Kurt Russell, 4th 1983 Iowa State (49) 4th (106) Wally Duffy, 3rd 1982 Colorado (41) DNQ -- 1981 Iowa State (70) DNQ -- Cross Country 1980 Colorado (50) -- DNQ Colorado ( -- 1979 26) NA 1978 Colorado (25) NA -- Missouri (31) NA 1977 -- 1976 Oklahoma (54) DNQ -- 1975 Colorado (50) NA -- 1974 Kansas State (32) NA -- Conference Championships Champion (Pts.) NU Finish (Pts.) Top NU Finisher Year Big Ten Conference 2017 Michigan (71) 9th (196) Wyatt McGuire, 10th 2016 Wisconsin (63) 10th (275) Wyatt McGuire, 35th 2015 11th (284) Peter Spinks, 47th Michigan (63) 2014 Wisconsin (47) 11th (332) Joe Harter, 59th 2013 Indiana (51) 11th (314) Joe Harter, 62nd 2012 Wisconsin (33) 11th (333) Jonah Heng, 52nd 2011 Wisconsin (17) Trevor Vidlak, 35th 11th (277) Big 12 Conference 2010 David Adams, 21st Oklahoma State (19) 6th (195) 7th (199) Oklahoma State (24) David Adams, 22nd 2009 2008 Oklahoma State (26) 7th (200) David Adams, 26th 10th (230) Peter van der Westhuizen, 23rd 2007 Colorado (34) 11th (320) Brian Parr, 46th Colorado (36) 2006 2005 Colorado (44) 10th (288) Peter van der Westhuizen, 25th Colorado (48) 12th (312) Eric Rasmussen, 37th 2004 Colorado (38) 2003 Alec Maduza, 59th 12th (341) Colorado ( 7th (171) James Bowler, 19th 2002 25) 2001 Colorado (31) 5th (136) James Bowler, 6th Colorado (16) 5th (153) 2000 Marcus Witter, 11th 1999 6th (173) Marcus Witter, 23rd Colorado (22) Colorado (31) 8th (179) Marcus Witt er, 22nd 1998 1997 Colorado (32) 4th (99) Cleophas Boor, 2nd 1996 Colorado (66) Jonah Kiptarus, 1st 2nd (70) Eight Conference Big 6th (161) Brady Bonsall, 12th 1995 Oklahoma State (38) Iowa State (29) 5th (118) Kevin Miiller, 12th 1994 Iowa State (27) 1993 (106) David Iteffa, 18th 4th 1992 Colorado (42) 6th (129) David Iteffa, 1st 1991 Iowa State (16) 5th (124) David Iteffa, 10th 1990 Iowa State (26) 3rd (84) Joe Kirby, 4th 1989 (22) 2nd (68) Joe Kirby, 2nd Iowa State 1988 Iowa State (34) 3rd (101) Jacques van Rensburg, 5th 1987 Iowa State (47) 2nd ( 51) Jean Verster, 2nd 1986 2nd (64) Jean Verster, 2nd Colorado (37) 1985 Colorado (48) 5th (99) Jean Verster, 7th 1984 Iowa State (32) 3rd (104) Kurt Russell, 4th (53) Iowa State Wally Duffy, 4th 2nd (78) 1983 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 220

221 1982 Colorado (35) Marc Adam, 14th 7th (154) Iowa State (33) Marc Adam, 30th 1981 7th (208) 1980 Colorado (26) 8th (154) NA (22) 8th (169) NA 1979 Colorado 1978 Colorado (22) Mark Fluitt, 21st 8th (181) Colorado (21) 4th 1977 Harold Stelzer, 3rd (119) 1976 Colorado (46) 8th (156) Steve Allen, 16th 1975 Kansas State (25) 8th (214) Harold Stelzer, 34th 1974 Iowa St. & Missouri 8th (234) NA (49) Oklahoma State (53) 1973 Bob Unger, 11th 6th (117) 1972 Oklahoma State (37) 6th (116) Bob Unger, 11th 1971 Kansas State (49 ) 3rd (77) Bob Unger, 2nd 1970 Missouri (60) 7th (152) Greg Carlberg, 1st 1969 Kansas (55) 2nd (72) Pete Brang, 3rd ) 1968 Kansas (45) 4th (98 Pete Brang, 6th 1967 Missouri (52) 8th (187) Mel Campbell, 26th 8th (224) NA Kansas State (51) 1966 Kansas State (34) 7th (216) NA 1965 Kansas (31) NA 1964 5th (133) 1963 6th (143) Peter Scott, 19th Kansas (26) Colorado (60) 1962 Mike Fleming, 1st 3rd (76) 1961 Kansas (26) 7th (150) Ray Stevens, 4th 1960 Oklahoma State (40 6th (139) Ray Stevens, 8th Cross Country 1959 Kansas (51) Joe American Horse, 6th 3rd (94) Kansas (37) 5th (117) 1958 Joe Mullins, 8th 1957 Kansas (26) 6th (155) Robert Elwood, 8th Big Seven Conference 1956 6th (126) Robert Elwood, 5th Kansas (20) 1955 Kansas (15 ) 6th (106) Robert Elwood, 17th 1954 Kansas (14) 7th (103) NA NA 1953 Kansas (11) NA 6th (92) Kansas (20.5) Clay Scott, 9th 1952 1951 Kansas (13) NA NA Kansas (19) NA 1950 NA 1949 Kansas (22) 7th (93) Esrif Aydin, 9th Kansas (19) 6th (100) Don Morrison, 20th 1948 Big Six Conference Kansas ( 22) 6th (79) NA 1947 Oklahoma (44) 4th (76) Bobby Ginn, 1st 1946 1942-45 No Meet Held Because of WWII 1941 Oklahoma (27) 4th (51) Bobby Ginn, 1st 1940 1st (24) Bobby Ginn, 1st Nebraska (24) 1939 Kansas State ( 35 ) 6th ( 72 ) NA 5th 1938 ( 36 ) Kansas State ( 95 ) NA 83 1937 Kansas State ( 37 ) 4th ( NA ) 1936 Kansas State 45 ) 3rd ( 62 ) NA ( Oklahoma ( 31 ) 4th 1935 86 ) NA ( 1934 ( 37 ) 4th ( 79 ) NA Kansas State 1933 No Meet Held 1932 ( 29 ) 3rd ( 43 ) NA Kansas State 1931 Iowa State (NA) 4th (NA) NA 1930 (NA) 4th (NA) NA Iowa State 1929 Oklahoma NA 44 ) 5th ( 91 ) ( NA ( 79 ) 1928 Kansas ( 51 ) 3rd Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 221

222 Nebraska’s Herman Award All-Region Midwest 2009 Cross Country - 3.340 2008 David Adams 2010 Cross Country - 3.309 Cross Country - 3.096 2009 David Adams 2006 2005 Cross Country - 3.115 2002 James Bowler, Cross Country - 3.196 Eric Rasmussen 2004 Cross Country - 3.330 2003 2001 James Bowler, Ian Gray, Cross Country - 3.466 2002 Mike Kamm Cross Country - 3.298 1994 2000 Aaron Carrizales, Marcus Witter is Note: The Herman Award presented 1999 Marcus Witter annually and are named after the Dick Cleophas Boor, 1997 and Dale Herman families. It’s awarded Jeroen Broekzitter, men’s and to the University of Nebraska Aaron Johnson team with the highest team women’s District V grade-point average. Cleophas Boor, 1996 Jonah Kiptarus, Cross Country Philip Maiyo, Balazs Tolgyesi, Jim Vance 1995 Brady Bonsall, Balazs Tolgyesi 1994 Brady Bonsall, Kevin Miller, Balazs Tolgyesi All-Conference Big Ten 17 Wyatt McGuire (Second Team) 20 Big 12 James Bowler 2001 Cleophas Boor, 1997 Jeroen Broekzitter 1996 Cleophas Boor, Jonah Kiptarus Eight Big 1992 David Iteffa 1991 David Iteffa Joe Kirby 1990 1989 Joe Kirby, Jacques van Rensburg 1988 Jacques van Rensburg 1987 Bryan Clark, Joe Kirby, Jean Verster Jean Verster 1986 Jean Verster 1985 USTFCCCA All-Academic 2017 Wyatt McGuire 2010 David Adams 2002 Eric Rasmussen Ian Gray 2001 1996 Balazs Tolgyesi 1995 Brady Bonsall 1994 Brady Bonsall, Kevin Miiller 1993 Kevin Miiller Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 222

223 Women’s Cross Country Honors Three-Time All-American (1) • Fran ten Bensel (1990, 1991, 1992) Two-Time All-American (1) • Sammie Resh (1987, 1988) All-Americans (8) • Sammie Resh (1987) • Sammie Resh (1988) • Yvonne van der Kolk (1988) • Fran ten Bensel (1990) • Fran ten Bensel (1991) • Fran ten Bensel (1992) • Theresa Stelling (1993) • Kayte Tranel (2005) CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (3) Second Team (3) • Jenna Lucas (2002) • Ann Gaffigan (2004) Cross Country • Ashley Miller (2011) NCAA Championship s Champion (Pts.) NU Finish (Pts.) Top NU Finisher Year New Mexico (90) -- 2017 DNQ Oregon (125) DNQ -- 2016 2015 DNQ -- New Mexico (49) 2014 Michigan State (85) DNQ -- 2013 Providence (141) DNQ -- 2012 Oregon (144) -- DNQ Georgetown (162) -- 2011 DNQ Villanova (120) No Team Finish Lara Crofford, 129th 2010 2009 No Team Finish Lara Crofford, 113th Villanova (86) 2008 Washington (79) 25th (539) Lara Crofford, 45th 2007 Stanford (145) No Team Finish Lara Crofford, 85th 2006 DNQ -- Stanford (195) 2005 Stanford (146) No Team Finish Kayte Tranel, 28th 2004 Colorado (63 ) DNQ -- 2003 Stanford (120) 30th (593) Ann Gaffigan, 71st DNQ 2002 Brigham Young (85) -- 2001 Brigham Young (62) No Team Finish Ann Gaffigan, 98th ) DNQ Colorado (117 -- 2000 1999 Brigham Young (72) 16th (430) Michelle Brooks, 31st 1998 ) Jeannette Zimmer, 70th Villanova (106) t23rd (534 Brigham Young (100) 19th (457) Amy Wiseman, 94th 1997 Stanford (101) 20th (449) Melissa Wilson, 86th 1996 Providence (88 DNQ Christina Blackmer, 108th ) 1995 1994 Villanova (75) 16th (412) Julie Mazzitelli, 73rd Villanova (66) 20th (421) Theresa Stelling, 24th 1993 Villanova (123) 18th (394) Fran ten Bensel, 9th 1992 1991 Villanova (85 ) 12th (314) Fran ten Bensel, 17th 1990 Villanova (82) Fran ten Bensel, 36th DNQ Villanova (99) Yvonne van der Kolk, 34th 1989 3rd (186) Kentucky (75) 3rd (143) 1988 Sammie Resh, 7th 1987 Oregon (98) No Team Finish Sammie Resh, 29th 1986 Texas (62 ) 12th (245) Laura Wight, 35th 1985 DNQ -- Wisconsin (58) 1984 Wisconsin (63) 11th (268 ) Laura Wight, 37th 1983 Oregon (95) DNQ -- 1982 Virginia (48) DNQ -- -- 1981 Virginia (36 ) DNQ North Carolina State (76) 1980 Sara Stricker No Team Finish Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 223

224 1979 North Carolina State (108) DNQ -- No Team Finish Iowa State (119) 1978 Carol Schenk, 30th 1977 Iowa State (92) No Team Finish Donna Fox, 140th DNQ -- 1976 Iowa State (62) No Team Finish Iowa State (96) 1975 Cindy Dixon, 74th Championships Regional Year NU Finish (Pts.) Top NU Finisher Champion (Pts.) Midwest Iowa State (90) 21st (507) Bonnie Smith, 77th 2017 Missouri (83) 19th (480) Anna Peer, 30th 2016 Oklahoma State (51) Bonnie Smith, 77th 2015 22nd (610) Iowa State (66) 29th (711) Anna Peer, 55th 2014 2013 Iowa State (39) 20th (509) Anna Peer, 71st Iowa State (63) 23rd (586) Isabel Andrade, 74th 2012 2011 Iowa State (64) 6th (215) Katie White, 14th 2010 Iowa State (35) 8th (233) Lara Crofford, 6th Cross Country 2009 Minnesota (60) Lara Crofford, 11th 4th (147) Minnesota (57) Lara Crofford, 7th 2008 3rd (124) 2007 Minnesota (79) 4th (130) Lara Crofford, 9th Illinois (44) 4th (141) 2006 Ari Goldstein, 22nd 2005 Oklahoma State (71 ) 5th (142) Kayte Tranel, 8th 2004 Missouri (52) 11th (311) Anne Shadle, 37th 2003 Nebraska (60 ) 1st (60) Ann Gaffigan, 2nd 2002 Missouri (63) Ann Gaffigan, 10th 13th (319) Oklahoma State (56) 10th (233 2001 Ann Gaffigan, 6th ) 2000 Kansas State (61) 8th (196) Kathryn Handrup, 21st 1999 Kansas State (40) 3rd (98 ) Michelle Brooks, 7th 1998 Kansas State (92) 4th (128) Jeannette Zimmer, 11th 1997 Missouri (76) 2nd (81) Amy Wiseman, 5th District V 1996 Iowa State Christina Blackmer, 12th & Missouri (68) 3rd (99) 3rd (87) Missouri (57) Nora Shepherd, 2nd 1995 1994 Kansas (67) 2nd (78) Nora Shepherd, 7th 2nd (86) Theresa Stelling, 2nd 1993 Kansas (76) ) 1st (66) Fran ten Bensel, 1st Nebraska (66 1992 1991 Nebraska (45) 1st (45) Fran ten Bensel, 2nd Iowa State (56) 3rd (74) Fran ten Bensel, 6th 1990 Nebraska (41) 1989 1st (41) Yvonne van der Kolk, 4th 1st (38) Sammie Resh, 3rd Nebraska (38) 1988 Colorado (52 ) 3rd (75) Sammie Resh, 2nd 1987 Colorado (33) 3rd (67) Sammie Resh, 13th 1986 Iowa State (42) 3rd (83) Jill Noel, 11th 1985 1984 Kansas State (53) 3rd (65) Laura Wight, 7th 4th (133) Iowa State (39) Karlene Erickson, 13th 1983 1982 Iowa State (43 No Team Finish Sara Stricker, 16th ) Missouri (35) Janice Orht, 9th 1981 4th (95) 1980 Iowa (48) No Team Finish Sara Stricker, 13th Iowa State ( 26) No Team Finish 1979 Christine Hass, 30th 1978 6th (145) Carol Schenk, 2nd Iowa State (30) 1977 7th (205) Donna Fox, 17th Iowa State (26) Conference Championships Year Champion (Pts.) NU Finish (Pts.) Top NU Finisher Big Ten Conference Michigan (55) 12th (336) Bonnie Smith, 66th 2017 2016 Michigan (63) 13th (349) Anna Peer, 50th 2015 Penn State (53) 13th (369) Katrina Santiago, 72nd 2014 13th (347) Anna Peer, 14th Michigan State (26) 2013 Michigan State (43) 11th (320) Anna Peer, 50th 2012 Michigan (55) 12th (397) Sarah Larson, 85th Katie White, 22nd 2011 Michigan State (55) 7th (202) Big 12 Conference Texas Tech (44) 2010 Lara Crofford, 10th 8th (219) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 224

225 2009 Texas Tech (38) 4th (143) Lara Crofford, 16th 3rd (102) Texas Tech (44) Lara Crofford, 6th 2008 3rd (98) Lara Crofford, 9th 2007 Colorado (59) 3rd (110) Channing Anseth, 12th Colorado (45) 2006 Colorado ( 38) 5th (117) Kayte Tranel, 15th 2005 Colorado (25) 9th (235) Anne Shadle, 15th 2004 2003 Colorado (45) 6th (149) Ann Gaffigan, 19th Colorado ( 34) 2002 11th (257) Ann Gaffigan, 27th 2001 Colorado (33) Ann Gaffigan, 7th 9th (184) Colorado (29) 7th (173) 2000 Kathryn Handrup, 20th 1999 Colorado (62) 4th (121) Michelle Brooks, 7th 1998 Kansas State (78) 7th (138) Jeannette Zimmer, 12th 1997 Colorado (23) 2nd (92) Amy Wiseman, 6th 1996 Colorado (30) 3rd (123) Christina Blackmer, 18th Big Eight Conference Nora Shepherd, 6th 1995 Colorado (25) 4th (93) 2nd (65) Julie Mazzitelli, 4th 1994 Colorado (29) 1993 Nebraska (57) Theresa Stelling, 2nd 1st (57) Colorado & Kansas State (52) 1992 Fran ten Bensel, 2nd 3rd (82) 1991 Nebraska (55) 1st (55) Fran ten Bensel, 1st 1990 Iowa State (48) 4th (105) Fran ten Bensel, 8th 1989 1st ( 43) Yvonne van der Kolk, 4th Nebraska (43) 1988 Nebraska (41) 1st (41) Sammie Resh, 4th Cross Country 1987 Colorado (49) 2nd (57) Sammie Resh, 2nd 1986 Oklahoma State (49) 4th (88) Sammie Resh, 13th 1985 Nebraska (61) Jill Noel, 5th 1st (61) Missouri (57) Karlene Erickson, 12th 1984 5th (97) Iowa State (44) 4th (111) 1983 Jill Noel, 7th 1982 Kansas State (41) 5th (105) Sara Stricker, 10th 1981 Iowa State (27) 6th (152) Sara Stricker, 20th 1980 7th (173) Sara Stricker, 18th Missouri (36) 1979 Iowa State (31) No Team Finish Chris Haas, 20th 1978 Iowa State (43) 5th (118) Carol Schenk, 2nd Iowa State (27) 1977 Cindy Dixon, 19th 6th (134) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 225

226 1993 Theresa Stelling All-Region , Fran ten Bensel 1992 Midwest Theresa Stelling Katie White, 2011 1991 , Fran ten Bensel Ashley Miller Lisa (Darley) Graham Lara Crofford, 2010 Fran ten Bensel , 1990 Martina Barinova Lisa Darley 2009 Lara Crofford , Sammie Resh 1988 Lara Crofford, 2008 , Tracy Smith Natalja Callahan, Yvonne van der Kolk Rachel Carrizales, 1987 Michele Marthaler , Jen Pancoast Juliette Prowse , 2007 Lara Crofford, Sammie Resh Natalja Zarcenko , Jill Noel , Mary Amen 1985 , Kayte Tranel 2005 Laura Wight Ari Goldstein 1982 Sara Stricker , Ann Gaffigan 2003 Carol Schenk 1979 , Kathryn Handrup Cross Country , Anne Shadle c USTFCCCA All-Academi Kayte Tranel 2011 Ashley Miller, 2002 Ann Gaffigan , Katie White Kayte Tranel 2009 Lara Crofford , Ann Gaffigan 2001 2008 Lara Crofford, Kathryn Handrup Rachel Carrizales , 2000 Ann Gaffigan Kayte Tranel 2005 Kathryn Handrup Ann Gaffigan 2003 , , 1999 Michelle Brooks Kathryn Handrup , , Kathryn Handrup Anne Shadle , Jaimie Kruger , Kayte Tranel Jaime Pauli 2002 Ann Gaffigan , Amy Wiseman 1998 2001 Ann Gaffigan Jeannette Zimmer 1999 Jaime Pauli 1997 , Kate Centerwall 1997 Melinda Mohr Mohr , Melinda 1995 Nora Shepherd Jaime Pauli , 1993 , Kris Ellenbecker Wiseman Amy Theresa Stelling District V , 1992 Fran ten Bensel 1996 Christina Blackmer , Theresa Stelling , Amie Finkner 1991 Theresa Stelling , Jaime Pauli , Nora Shepherd Melissa Wilson Nebraska’s Herman Award 1995 Christina Blackmer , 2009 Cross Country - 3.709 , Heather McMahon 2008 Cross Country - 3.671 Nora Shepherd 2007 Cross Country 3.711 - Cross Country 2001 3.447 - 2000 Cross Country - 3.647 All-Conference 1999 Cross Country 3.647 - Big Ten - 3.559 1998 Cross Country 201 4 Anna Peer (Second Team) Cross Country 3.607 - 1997 Big 12 Cross Country 3.602 1996 - Lara Crofford 2010 3.558 Cross Country - 1994 200 8 Lara Crofford, Rachel Carrizales presented is Note: The Herman Award 7 Lara Crofford, 200 annually and are named after the Dick Natalja Zarcenko and Dale Herman families. awarded It’s 200 6 Channing Anseth, to the University of Nebraska men’s and Ari Goldstein team with the highest team women’s 5 Kayte Tranel 200 grade-point average. Anne Shadle 4 200 Ann Gaffigan 2001 Michelle Brooks 1999 1997 Amy Wiseman Eight Big 1995 Nora Shepherd Julie Mazzitelli 1994 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 226

227 Individual Records Men’s Golf Honors Low Round 64 – Brady Schnell (2005-06) (1) Ben Hogan Award First round, March 20, 2006 1999 Steve Friesen (Top Golf Scholar-Athlete) Ron Moore Invitational, Goodyear, Ariz. All-Americans (GCAA) Low 54-Hole Score Jamie Rogers, honorable mention 1998 203 – Brady Schnell (2005-06) Jamie Rogers, 2nd team 1999 Ron Moore Invitational, Goodyear, Ariz. Steve Friesen, honorable mention Low Conference Championships Round All-Big 12 68 – Four times (1973-twice, 1980, 2006) 1997 Steve Friesen, first team 1. Rick Schultz (1973, First round)^ Josh Madden, first team 2. Steve King (1973, Third round)^ Jamie Rogers, first team 1998 3. Knox Jones (1980, Second round)^ Steve Friesen, honorable mention 4. Brady Schnell (2006, First round)* Jamie Rogers, first team 1999 Steve Friesen, first team Low 54-Hole Conference Championships Score Scott Gutschewski, first team Brady Schnell, first team 210 – Jamie Rogers (1999)* 2007 Low 72-Hole Conference Championships Score Academic All-American (GCAA) 1998 Steve Friesen 292 – Andrew Wyatt (2010)* Best Conference Championships Finish Academic All-District (CoSIDA) 1997 T-2nd – Jamie Rogers (1999)* Steve Friesen, District VII (Men’s At-Large) 1998 Steve Friesen, District VII (Men’s At-Large) 1999 Steve Friesen, District VII (Men’s At-Large) Low NCAA Regionals Round 2001 Mike Vanier, District VII (Men’s At-Large) 65 – Jamie Rogers; Second round, May 15, 1998 Golf Jordan Reinertson, District VII (Men’s At-Large) 2013 Low NCAA Regionals Score Herman Awards 207 – Jamie Rogers (1998) 1996, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Best NCAA Regionals Finish Nebraska Men’s Amateur Champions T-2nd – Jamie Rogers (1998) Year Won Player Years at NU Donald Spomer 1949 1946-49 Low NCAA Championships Round 1951 1941-42 Byron Adams 69 – Steve Friesen; First round, May 27, 1998 Richard Spangler Jr. 1950-52 1952 1956 William Mowbray 1938-40 Low NCAA Championships Score 1957 Richard Spangler Jr. 1950-52 288 – Steve Friesen (1998) 1958 Richard Spangler Jr. 1950-52 1969 Frank Rose 1968-70 Best NCAA Championships Finish Dan Bahensky 1972 1973-74 T-12th – Jamie Rogers (1999) 1968 Charles L. Borner Jr. 1966-68 Charles L. Borner Jr. 1966-68 1970 Low Season Stroke Average 1966-68 1973 Charles L. Borner Jr. 72.17 – Jamie Rogers (1999) 1974 Tom Sieckmann 1974 1974 Tom Sieckmann 1976 1977 Mike Hughett 1981 Single-Season Wins 1980 3 – Jamie Rogers (1997-98) Steve Statton 1976-79 1982 Mark Maness 1980-83 1979-80 1983 Bill Henderson Career Wins Mark Maness 1980-83 1984 5 – Jamie Rogers (1995-99) 1985 Larry Sock 1978 1986 Frank Rose 1968-70 Most Rounds Played Mike Rack 1986-89 1987 Season: 42 - Jamie Rogers 1988 Larry Sock 1978 Career: 144 - Drew Reynolds 1990 1986-89 Mike Rack 1992 Craig Poet 1990-93 Low Round By Class 1993 Larry Sock 1978 Senior Steve Friesen 1996-99 1998 65 – Andrew Wyatt and Mike Coatman 2001 1978-81 Knox F. Jones Junior Ryan Nietfeldt 2002 1995-99 64 – Brady Schnell 2006 Brady Schnell 2004-07 Sophomore Brandon Crick 2007 2008-10 65 – Brady Schnell Brandon Crick 2009 2008-10 Freshman 66 – Thomas Bethel, Mike Vanier and Josh Madden Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 227

228 Low NCAA Regionals Round 54 Holes By Class 282 – Second round, May 15, 1998 Senior 206 – Brandon Crick and Brady Schnell Junior Low NCAA Regionals Score 203 – Brady Schnell 857 – 1998 Sophomore 208 – Brady Schnell and Seth Porter Best NCAA Regionals Finish Freshman 3rd – 1999 211 – Kolton Lapa Low NCAA Championships Round Scoring Avg. By Class 286 – First round, May 27, 1998 Senior 72.17 – Jamie Rogers Low NCAA Championships Score Junior (minimum of four rounds played) 72.67 – Brady Schnell 1,218 – 1999 Sophomore 73.58 – Josh Madden Best NCAA Championships Finish Freshman 14th – 1999 74.27 – Kolton Lapa Low Season Stroke Average Scoring Avg. Season Top 10 291.20 – 1999 Jamie Rogers (1998-99) 1. 72.17 2. 72.23 Brandon Crick (2009-10) Single-Season Wins 72.61 Steve Friesen (1998-99) 3. 3 – 1998 72.67 4. Brady Schnell (2005-06) 5. Brady Schnell (2006-07) 72.70 Jamie Rogers (1997-98) Team Stroke Avg. Top 10 6. 72.82 Golf 1. 7. Michael Colgate (2016-17) 72.91 1998-99 291.20 8. Scott Gutschewski (1998-99) 73.24 2009-10 292.41 2. 2005-06 Scott Willman (2011-12) 292.74 3. 73.24 293.59 4. 73.33 10. Drew Reynolds (2005-06) 1997-98 5. 2016-17 295.55 6. 2013-14 295.91 Scoring Avg. Career Top 10 2010-11 296.86 7. 1. Jamie Rogers (1997-99) 72.53 296.97 2004-05 8. 2. Brandon Crick (2009-10) 73.32 9. 2012-13 297.52 73.59 3. Brady Schnell (2004-07) 10. 297.83 2017-18 Michael Colgate (2016-17) 73.59 5. Steve Friesen (1996-99) 74.37 # - indicates Big Ten Championships 6. 74.49 Andrew Wyatt (2008-11) * - indicates Big 12 Championships 7. 74.53 Scott Willman (2009-12) ^ - indicates Big Eight Championships 74.75 8. Jace Guthmiller (2016-present) 9. 74.76 Josh Madden (1996-99) 10. Scott Gutschewski (1997-99) 74.79 11. Calvin Freeman (2014-15) 74.92 # - indicates Big Ten Championships * - indicates Big 12 Championships ^ - indicates Big Eight Championships Team Records Low Round 276 – 1998-99 and 2010-11 1. Final round, Sept. 29, 1999 Ram Collegiate, Fort Collins, Colo. 2. Final round, March 15, 2011 Jackrabbit Invitational, Primm, Nev. Low 54-Hole Score 837 – 1998-99 and 2005-06 1. Ram Collegiate, Fort Collins, Colo. (1998-99) 2. Ron Moore Invite, Goodyear, Ariz. (2005-06) Low Conference Championships Round 283# – Second round, April 28, 2018 Low 54-Hole Conference Championships Score 859 – 1999* Low 72-Hole Conference Championships Score 1,184 – 2010* Best Conference Championships Finish 2nd – 1999* Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 228

229 Men’s Golf Conference Championships Results Since 1958 Year Individual Champion Champion NU Finish Big Eight Conference Championships Oklahoma State (878) Abe Justice (Oklahoma State, 213) 1958 8th (983) 1959 Oklahoma State (899) 6th (963) Jim Wright (Oklahoma State, 219) 6th (956) Jim Wright (Oklahoma State, 212) 1960 Oklahoma State (879) 8th (949) Oklahoma State (865) 1961 Bob Smith (Oklahoma, 213) 8th (942) Dick Cannon (Oklahoma State, 200) Oklahoma State (844) 1962 Oklahoma State (849) 7th (911) George Hixon (Oklahoma State, 209) 1963 Oklahoma State (845) 8th (947) George Hixon (Oklahoma State, 207) 1964 Oklahoma State (900) 1965 6th (974) Bob Dickson (Oklahoma State, 218) 5th (903) Hale Irwin (Colorado, 208) Oklahoma State (854) 1966 Oklahoma State (592/36 holes) 4th (626) Hale Irwin (Colorado, 146); Grier Jones (Oklahoma State, 146) 1967 Colorado (857) 3rd (881) Grier Jones (Okahoma State, 210) 1968 Oklahoma State (866) 8th (917) Skip Graham (Oklahoma State, 214) 1969 1970 3rd (921) Mike Holder (Oklahoma State, 219) Oklahoma State (886) 1971 Oklahoma State (865) 4th (917) Danny Edwards (Oklahoma State, 216) 1972 Oklahoma State (864) Danny Edwards (Oklahoma State, 211) 8th (939) Oklahoma State (847) Don Bliss (Oklahoma State, 209) 1973 2nd (869) 1974 Oklahoma State (886) T-3rd (904) Jaime Gonzalez (Oklahoma State, 219) Oklahoma State (876) 6th (941) 1975 Tom Jones (Oklahoma State, 217) 1976 Oklahoma State (878) 6th (963) Lindy Miller (Oklahoma State, 217) 1977 Oklahoma State (895) 5th (946) Lindy Miller (Oklahoma State, 220) 1978 Oklahoma State (858) 2nd (907) Lindy Miller (Oklahoma State, 212) 1979 T-3rd (919) Bob Tway (Oklahoma State, 215) Oklahoma State (888) 1980 Oklahoma State (868) 5th (903) Rafael Alarcon (Oklahoma State, 213) 1981 Oklahoma State (857) 3rd (878) Terry Kahl (Colorado, 211) 1982 Oklahoma State (870) 3rd (908) Willie Wood (Oklahoma State, 211) 1983 Oklahoma State (888) 4th (917) Andrew Magee (Oklahoma State, 216) Golf 1984 7th (966) Scott Verplank (Oklahoma State, 220) Missouri (903) 1985 Oklahoma State (869) 3rd (892) Grant Waite (Oklahoma State, 212) 1986 Oklahoma State (866) 5th (943) Brian Watts (Oklahoma State, 211) 1987 Oklahoma State (837) Michael Bradley (Oklahoma State, 206) 4th (892) 1988 Oklahoma State (865) 5th (926) E.J. Pfister (Oklahoma State, 213) 4th (927) 1989 Kevin Wentworth (Oklahoma State, 210) Oklahoma State (875) Kevin Wentworth (Oklahoma State, 211) 1990 6th (914) Oklahoma State (849) 1991 5th (955) Matt Gogel (Kansas, 219) Oklahoma State (889) 1992 Alan Bratton (Oklahoma State, 210) Oklahoma (866) 7th (922) Oklahoma State (888) 6th (931) Bobby Kalinowski (Colorado, 214) 1993 1994 Oklahoma State (883) 5th (923) Bobby Kalinowski (Colorado, 217) Oklahoma State (858) 7th (916) Three tied (211) 1995 Oklahoma State (895) 1996 3rd (905) Kris Cox (Oklahoma State, 217) Big 12 Conference Championships Oklahoma State (882) 6th (908) 1997 Leif Westerberg (Oklahoma State, 211) 1998 Oklahoma State (898) 9th (942) Hunter Haas (Oklahoma, 218) Kansas (857) 2nd (859) David Gossett (Texas, 209) 1999 Oklahoma State (851) 12th (927) Charles Howell III (Oklahoma State, 200) 2000 2001 Baylor (894) 12th (956) Worth Williams (Baylor, 215) 12th (909) Texas (850) Anders Hultman (Oklahoma State, 203) 2002 2003 Texas (894) Hunter Mahan (Oklahoma State, 208) 11th (945) Texas (864) Jason Hartwick (Texas, 204) 2004 12th (926) 2005 Oklahoma State (868) 12th (931) Anthony Kim (Oklahoma, 208) Oklahoma (858) 6th (887) Matthew Rosenfeld (Texas, 210) 2006 2007 Oklahoma State (866) Pablo Martin (Oklahoma State, 211) 6th (909) Oklahoma State (1,141/72 holes) 11th (1,225) 2008 Rickie Fowler (Oklahoma State, 279) 2009 Oklahoma State (1,149) 11th (1,206) Morgan Hoffmann (Oklahoma State, 276) 2010 Oklahoma State (1,133) T-7th (1,184) Chris Ward (Texas Tech, 279) 2011 8th (1,194) Morgan Hoffmann (Oklahoma State, 280) Oklahoma State (1,139) Big Ten Conference Championships 2012 Illinois (1,175) 12th (1,251) Luke Guthrie (Illinois, 283) 2013 Illinois (1,163) 9th (1,214) Thomas Pieters (Illinois, 284) 2014 11th (1,224) Charlie Danielson (Illinois, 289); Jose Mendez (Minnesota, 289) Minnesota (1,186) 2015 Illinois (1,138) 13th (1,238) Nick Hardy (Illinois, 284); Carson Schaake (Iowa, 284) 2016 Illinois (838) 13th (918) Thomas Detry (Illinois, 206) Dylan Meyer (Illinois, 205) 2017 Illinois (829) 12th (890) Nick Hardy (204) 11th (887) Illinois (836) 2018 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 229

230 Joanne Brooks 1989, 1990, 1991 Women’s Golf Honors Stephanie Flood 1991 1994 Kim Lefler CoSIDA Academic All-American 1995 Michelle Patterson 1996 Heidi Wall (Stark) Rachelle Tacha 1996 Edith Munson Award NCAA Championship Competitors The Edith Munson Award is given annually to the nation’s Jan Stanard 1982 top student-athlete. A golfer must earn both All-America Joanne Brooks 1989 and All-Scholar Golf team honors. 1996 Heidi Wall (Stark) 1990 Joanne Brooks 1996 Rachelle Tacha Elizabeth Bahensky 2000 Catha Fogelberg 2000 True Temper Scholastic Award Amy Roux 2000 Stephanie Flood 1993, 1994 Sarah Sasse 2000, 2001, 2003 Amanda Sutcliffe 2000 Nebraska Student-Athlete of the Year 2003 Beth Anne Bryson (Cherry) Kari Mangan 1986 2003 Merynn Ito 2003, 2006 Stephanie Ruiz WGCA Scholastic All-Americans Stephanie Schaefer 2003 Ann Guiberson 1989, 1990, 1992 Elli Brown 2006 Joanne Brooks 1990, 1991, 1992 2006 Chrissie McArdle Stephanie Hupp 1991, 1992, 1993 2006 Sara Sackett Stephanie Flood 1992, 1993, 1994 2006 Allison Stewart Kim Lefler 1992, 1993, 1994 1993 Rochelle Brotsky *Nebraska competed as a team at the 1976 AIAW Melissa Odell 1994, 1995 Championships, and Nan Circo tied for 33rd at the 1977 1995, 1996 Heidi Wall (Stark) AIAW Championships. Golf Maureen Regan 1996 1996, 1997, 1998 Rachelle Tacha Individual Records Elizabeth Bahensky 1998, 1999, 2000 18-Hole Score 2001, 2002 Amanda Sutcliffe 64 – Kate Smith, second round, Feb. 25, 2018 Amy Roux 2001 Westbrook Spring Invitational, Peoria, Ariz. Jackie Beste 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 2003 Beth Anne Bryson (Cherry) 2003, 2004, 2005 Merynn Ito 36-Hole Score Stephanie Schaefer 2003, 2004 131 – Kate Smith, Feb. 25, 2018 2003 Sarah Sasse Westbrook Spring Invitational, Peoria, Ariz. Chelsea Gehring 2005 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Allison Stewart 54-Hole Score 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 JC Stevenson 202 – Kate Smith, Feb. 25-26, 2018 2007, 2008 Kate White Westbrook Spring Invitational, Peoria, Ariz. Rachel Hanigan 2009 Madeleine Sheils 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 72-Hole Score 2009, 2010 Charlotte Wendner 301 – Elizabeth Bahensky, May 27, 2000 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Steffi Neisen NCAA Championships, Sunriver, Ore. 2013 Jackie O’Doherty 2013, 2015, 2016 Cassidy Stelzmiller 301 – Stephanie Ruiz, May 26, 2006 2015, 2017 Emily Gillman NCAA Championships, Columbus, Ohio 2016, 2018 Haley Thiele Annie Sritragul 2017, 2018 Scoring Avg. Season Top 10 2018 Hannah Thiele 1. 73.66 Kate Smith (2017-18) 73.88 Audrey Judd (2017-18) 2. Big 12 Golfer of the Year 3. 73.90 Kate Smith (2016-17) Sarah Sasse 2003 Natalie Gleadall (2009-10) 74.00 4. 5. Sarah Sasse (2002-03) 74.13 All-Big Ten Conference 6. Madeleine Sheils (2011-12) 74.67 2012 Madeleine Sheils 75.08 7. Audrey Judd (2016-17) 8. Sarah Sasse (2000-01) 75.29 All-Big 12 Conference 9. 75.30 Jordan Chael (2014-15) Sarah Sasse 2000, 2001, 2003 10. Cassie Deeg (2015-16) 75.38 Stephanie Ruiz 2006 Elli Brown 2007 Scoring Avg. Career Top 10 2009 Charlotte Wendner 1. Kate Smith (2017-present) 73.78 2. Sarah Sasse (1999-03) 75.89 All-Big Eight Conference 3. 76.31 Cassie Deeg (2013-16) Sharon Slattery 1976 76.38 Audrey Judd (2015-18) 4. Nan Circo 1978 5. Noor Ahmed (2018-present) 76.45 1979 Jane Deeter 76.48 Jordan Chael (2014-15) 6. Jan Stanard 1981, 1983 7. 76.86 Annie Sritragul (2017-18) Cathy Nelson 1982, 1983 8. Madeleine Sheils (2009-12) 76.88 Shelly Godeken 1983, 1984 76.92 Elli Brown (2005-08) 9. 1986 Jean Gilpin 10. Haley Thiele (2016-present) 77.07 Kari Mangan 1985, 1986 Mary Kate Bird (2008-11) 77.08 11. Laura Gunia 1987 77.25 12. Steffi Neisen (2011-14) Ann Guiberson 1988, 1992 Natalie Gleadall (2008-10) 13. 77.33 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 230

231 Team Stroke Avg. Top 10 Team Records 299.10 2017-18 1. 18-HOLE SCORE 302.00 2. 2015-16 Westbrook Spring Invitational (second round); Feb. 25, 2018 - 273 302.21 3. 2016-17 Kate Smith, Audrey Judd, Annie Sritragul, 302.55 4. 2009-10 Noor Ahmed, Haley Thiele 303.52 5. 2013-14 2014-15 6. 303.67 36-Hole Score 7. 2005-06 304.88 556 - Westbrook Spring Invitational (283-273); Feb. 25, 2018 305.06 8. 2011-12 Kate Smith, Audrey Judd, Annie Sritragul, 307.34 9. 2010-11 Noor Ahmed, Haley Thiele 307.97 10. 2006-07 54-Hole Score - 843 Westbrook Spring Invitational (283-273-287); Feb. 25, 2018 Kate Smith, Audrey Judd, Annie Sritragul, Noor Ahmed, Haley Thiele Women’s Golf All-Time Team Victories 1976 Big Eight Tournament 684 1978 Omaha Invitational 336 1979 Wichita State Invitational 368-339=707 1980 Iowa Invitational 318-328=646 1980 Iowa State Invitational 315-312=627 1980 Missouri Invitational 334-324=658 311-318=629 1980 Iowa Invitational 314-308=622 1980 AIAW Region 6 Championship 1982 Spring Break Tournament 312-319-301=932 Golf 1982 Missouri Invitational 323-324-301=948 322-317-319=958 1983 Big Eight Tournament 331-319-315=965 1983 Kansas Invitational 1984 Wichita State Invitational 326-345-327=998 1986 Northern Iowa Invitational 328-331-312=971 1988 Northern Illinois Invitational 318-324=642 1989 Husker Golf Invitational 309-304-305=918 1989 Spartan Fall Invitational 317-307-309=933 1990 Rio Rico-Hawkeye 311-308-306=925 1990 Missouri Invitational 304-311=615 1993 Husker Classic 312-309-304=925 1994 Midwest Golf Classic 314-314=628 1994 UNT/SMU Invitational 314-313=627 1994 Husker Golf Classic 315-311-310=936 1996 Lady Lion Invitational 304-301=605 1996 Big 12 Fall Preview 300-296-313=909 1997 Colorado Invitational 296-292-299=887 298-303-305=906 1999 Big 12 Preview 298-306=604 1999 Lady Razorback Invitational 2000 Oklahoma/Susie Maxwell Berning Classic 322-302-306=998 2000 Alltel Husker Invitational 298-303-300=901 2001 Heather Farr/CU Invitational 301-291=592 2003 Chip-N Club Invitational 307-297-300=904 2003 Highlands Ranch Intercollegiate 311-302=613 2004 Chip-N Club Invitational 306-306-325=937 2005 Chip-N Club Invitational 295-300-307=902 2006 Baja Invitational 309-309-310=928 2006 Chip-N Club Invitational 317-306-306=929 296-292-296=884 2006 Bronco Invitational 2007 Mountain View Collegiate 287-285-294=866 2007 Bronco Invitational 318-300-328=946 2008 Chip-N Club Invitational 298-295-291=884 2008 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational (tie) 307-312-307=926 284-296-294=874 2013 Chip-N Club Invitational 2014 Mountain View Collegiate 291-288-295=874 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 231

232 Big Eight Team/Individual Champions NU Finish Individual Champion Champion Year 1976 Nebraska (684) 1st (684) Lindsey Wetzel (Oklahoma, 164) Oklahoma State (671) 4th (705) Patty Zimmer (Oklahoma State, 158) 1977 Oklahoma (653) 5th (675) Alicia Ogrin (Oklahoma State, 154) 1978 1979 Oklahoma State (949) 4th (1,023) Alicia Ogrin (Oklahoma State, 232) 1980 Oklahoma State (930) 5th (991) Val Skinner (Oklahoma State, 225) 1981 4th (972) Dorea Mitchell (Oklahoma State, 227) Oklahoma (922) 1982 Oklahoma State (917) 4th (992) Val Skinner (Oklahoma State, 216) 1983 Nebraska (953) 1st (953) Janice Burba (Oklahoma State, 233) 1984 Oklahoma State (934) 2nd (959) Robin Hood (Oklahoma State, 224) Lisa Stone (Oklahoma State, 231) 1985 Oklahoma State (934) 6th (1,027) Oklahoma State (924) 3rd (955) 1986 Robin Hood (Oklahoma State, 220) 1987 Eva Dahloff (Oklahoma State, 228) 6th (989) Oklahoma State (912) 1988 Oklahoma State (944) 5th (1,011) Eva Dahloff (Oklahoma State, 234) Oklahoma State (935) 4th (964) Eva Dahloff (Oklahoma State, 229) 1989 Kansas (936) 5th (968) Marnie McGuire (Oklahoma State, 230) 1990 1991 Oklahoma (943) 3rd (975) Cathy Stevens (Oklahoma, 232) 1992 Oklahoma State (914) 7th (977) Arantxa Sison (Oklahoma State, 220) 1993 4th (1,007) Shelley Finnestad (Iowa State, 232) Iowa State (945) 1994 Oklahoma State (919) 4th (939) Charlotta Eliasson (Oklahoma State, 221) 1995 Oklahoma State (937) 3rd (985) Amy Weeks (Oklahoma State, 226) 1996 Oklahoma State (946) T-3rd (974) Rachelle Tacha (Nebraska, 227) Team Titles by School: Oklahoma State, 14; Oklahoma, 3; Nebraska, 2; Kansas, 1; Iowa State, 1 Golf Big 12 Team/Individual Champions 1997 Texas (924) 3rd (945) Heather Bowie (Texas, 212) 6th (936) Isabelle Ros (Texas A&M, 225) 1998 Texas A&M (919) 1999 8th (929) Maria Boden (Oklahoma State, 219) Oklahoma State (906) 2000 Amelia Moses (Missouri, 222) 3rd (920) Oklahoma (916) 2001 Oklahoma State (925) 5th (958) Maria Boden (Oklahoma State, 227) Oklahoma State (909) 7th (952) Emma Zackrisson (Oklahoma State, 223) 2002 Oklahoma State (909) 5th (926) Sarah Sasse (Nebraska, 220) 2003 2004 Texas (592/36 Holes) 10th (622) Annie Thurman (Oklahoma State, 137) 2005 Oklahoma State (900) 7th (942) Annie Thurman-Young (Oklahoma State, 212) 2006 T-4th (927) Ashley Knoll (Texas A&M, 215) Texas A&M (899) 2007 Texas A&M (911) 4th (936) Amanda Costner (Kansas, 221) 2008 Oklahoma State (912) 6th (968) Jaclyn Sweeney (Oklahoma State, 225) 2009 Oklahoma State (909) 10th (953) Ashley Freeman (Texas A&M, 225) Caroline Hedwall (Oklahoma State, 210) 2010 Texas A&M (896) 8th (919) Texas (872) Madison Pressel (Texas, 208) 10th (909) 2011 Big Ten Team/Individual Champions Michigan State (885) 6th (908) Laura Gonzalez (Purdue, 216) 2012 2013 Northwestern/Purdue (884) 11th (935) Paula Reto (Purdue, 212) 2014 Michigan State/Ohio State (895) 10th (931) Jessica Porvasnik (Ohio State, 216) 2015 Ohio State/Northwestern (863) 13th (917) Sarah Cho (Northwestern, 213) 2016 Northwestern/Ohio State (852) 13th (890) August Kim (Purdue, 207) Michigan State (866) 2017 12th (944) Elodie Van Dievoet (Michigan, 210) 2018 13th (905) Jaclyn Lee (Ohio State, 207) Michigan State (859) NCAA Championship Individual Records Lowest Final Score: Elizabeth Bahensky (2000)/Stephanie Ruiz (2006) 301 Lowest Score After One Round: Stephanie Ruiz (2006) 72 Lowest Score After Two Rounds: Stephanie Ruiz (2006) 148 Lowest Score After Three Rounds: Elizabeth Bahensky (2000) 225 Lowest Single-Round Score: Elizabeth Bahensky (2000, Third Round) 68 Elli Brown (2006) 74 Lowest Second-Round Score: Elizabeth Bahensky (2000) Lowest Third-Round Score: 68 Lowest Fourth-Round Score: 73 Allison Stewart (2006) T25th Elizabeth Bahensky (2000) Best Finish: 75.25 Elizabeth Bahensky (2000)/Stephanie Ruiz (2006) Lowest Stroke Average: Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 232

233 • Jason Hardabura (1999: AA) Men’s Gymnastics Honors • Jason Hardabura (1999: FX) Seven-Time NCAA Champion (1) Nissen-Emery Award (3) • Jim Hartung (2 in 1980, 3 in 1981, 2 in 1982) • Jim Hartung (1982) • Wes Suter (1986) Four-Time NCAA Champions (2) • Tom Schlesinger (1988) • Phil Cahoy (2 in 1980, 2 in 1981) • Richard Grace (1 in 1993, 1 in 1994, 2 in 1995) 22-Time All-American (1) • Jim Hartung Three-Time NCAA Champions (6) (5 in 1979, 5 in 1980, 6 in 1981, 6 in 1982) • Steve Elliott (1 in 1980, 2 in 1982) • Scott Johnson (3 in 1983) 11-Time All-Americans (2) • Wes Suter (3 in 1985) • Dennis Harrison • Kevin Davis (1 in 1987, 2 in 1988) (1 in 1991, 2 in 1992, 2 in 1993, 6 in 1994) • Patrick Kirksey (2 in 1989, 1 in 1990) • Scott Johnson • Marshall Nelson (2 in 1997, 1 in 1998) (1 in 1980, 2 in 1981, 2 in 1982, 6 in 1983) Two-Time NCAA Champions (3) 10-Time All-American (1) • Chris Riegel (1 in 1983, 1 in 1984) • Phil Cahoy • Tom Schlesinger (2 in 1987) (3 in 1980, 3 in 1981, 3 in 1982, 1 in 1983) • Jason Hardabura (2 in 1999) Eight-Time All-American (1) NCAA Champions (42) • Patrick Kirksey (1 in 1988, 4 in 1989, 3 in 1990) • Phil Cahoy (1980: PB) • Phil Cahoy (1980: HB) Seven-Time All-Americans (3) • Steve Elliott (1980: FX) • Chris Riegel (2 in 1983, 5 in 1984) • Jim Hartung (1980: AA) • Kevin Davis (1 in 1986, 3 in 1987, 3 in 1988) • Jim Hartung (1980: SR) • Tom Schlesinger (1 in 1986, 3 in 1987, 3 in 1988) • Phil Cahoy (1981: PB) • Phil Cahoy (1981: HB) Gymnastics Six-Time All-Americans (3) • Jim Hartung (1981: AA) • Larry Gerard (3 in 1976, 3 in 1979) • Jim Hartung (1981: PB) • Richard Grace (1 in 1993, 3 in 1994, 2 in 1995) • Jim Hartung (1981: SR) • Marshall Nelson (1 in 1996, 3 in 1997, 2 in 1998) • Steve Elliott (1982: FX) • Steve Elliott (1982: V) Five-Time All-Americans (3) • Jim Hartung (1982: PB) • Che Bowers (2 in 1992, 2 in 1993, 1 in 1994) • Jim Hartung (1982: SR) • Jim Mikus (2 in 1982, 1 in 1983, 2 in 1984) • Chris Riegel (1983: V) • Wes Suter (3 in 1985, 2 in 1986) • Scott Johnson (1983: FX) • Scott Johnson (1983: PB) Four-Time All-Americans (2) • Scott Johnson (1983: HB) • Steve Elliott (2 in 1980, 2 in 1982) • Chris Riegel (1984: V) • Rick Keifer (1 in 1992, 1 in 1993, 1 in 1994, • Wes Suter (1985: AA) 1 in 1995) • Wes Suter (1985: FX) • Wes Suter (1985: HB) • Kevin Davis (1987: PB) Three-Time All-Americans (5) • Tom Schlesinger (1987: AA) • Jason Hardabura (3 in 1999) • Tom Schlesinger (1987: PB) • Derek Leiter (1 in 1998, 2 in 2000) • Kevin Davis (1988: AA) • Bob Stelter (1 in 1988, 1 in 1989, 1 in 1990) • Kevin Davis (1988: PB) • Stephen Tetrault (1 in 2005, 2 in 2007) • Patrick Kirksey (1989: AA) • Mark Warburton (1 in 1988, 2 in 1990) • Patrick Kirksey (1989: PB) • Patrick Kirksey (1990: PB) Two-Time All-Americans (11) • Che Bowers (1992: PH) • Austin Epperson (1 in 2016, 1 in 2017) • Richard Grace (1993: FX) • Wyatt Aycock (1 in 2013, 1 in 2014) • Dennis Harrison (1994: AA) • Sam Chamberlain (1 in 2013, 1 in 2016) • Richard Grace (1994: PB) • Jason Christie (2 in 1996) • Richard Grace (1995: AA) • Sumner Darling (1 in 1992, 1 in 1994) • Richard Grace (1995: PB) • Trent Dimas (2 in 1990) • Rick Kieffer (1995: HB) • Mike Epperson (1 in 1985, 1 in 1989) • Marshall Nelson (1997: PB) • Jim Koziol (1 in 1998, 1 in 1999) • Marshall Nelson (1997: HB) • Ethan Lottman (1 in 2015, 1 in 2016) • Marshall Nelson (1998: PB) • Grant Perdue (1 in 2012, 1 in 2013) • Anton Stephenson (1 in 2016, 1 in 2018) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 233

234 • Scott Johnson (1983: AA) All-Americans (193) • Scott Johnson (1983: FX) • Phillip Sprague (1948: TRAMP) • Scott Johnson (1983: SR) • Bruce Riley (1955: HB) • Scott Johnson (1983: V) • Karl Byers (1959: PH) • Scott Johnson (1983: PB) • Dennis Albers (1964: V) • Scott Johnson (1983: HB) • Francis Allen (1965: PB) • Jim Mikus (1983: HB) • Gene Mackie (1975: AA) • Chris Riegel (1983: AA) • Pete Studenski (1975: SR) • Chris Riegel (1983: V) • Jim Unger (1975: FX) • Jim Mikus (1984: FX) • Steve Dickey (1976: PH) • Jim Mikus (1984: HB) • Larry Gerard (1976: AA) • Chris Riegel (1984: AA) • Larry Gerard (1976: SR) • Chris Riegel (1984: FX) • Larry Gerard (1976: HB) • Chris Riegel (1984: V) • Larry Gerard (1977: HB) • Chris Riegel (1984: PB) • Kurt Mackie (1977: SR) • Chris Riegel (1984: HB) • Mark Williams (1978: HB) • Mike Epperson (1985: PB) • Larry Gerard (1979: AA) • Neil Palmer (1985: HB) • Larry Gerard (1979: SR) • Wes Suter (1985: AA) • Larry Gerard (1979: HB) • Wes Suter (1985: FX) • Jim Hartung (1979: AA) • Wes Suter (1985: HB) • Jim Hartung (1979: FX) • Kevin Davis (1986: PB) • Jim Hartung (1979: PH) • Wes Suter (1986: AA) • Jim Hartung (1979: SR) • Wes Suter (1986: PB) • Jim Hartung (1979: PB) • Tom Schlesinger (1986: PB) • Phil Cahoy (1980: AA) • Kevin Davis (1987: AA) • Phil Cahoy (1980: PB) Gymnastics • Kevin Davis (1987: PH) • Phil Cahoy (1980: HB) • Kevin Davis (1987: PB) • Steve Elliott (1980: FX) • Tom Schlesinger (1987: AA) • Steve Elliott (1980: V) • Tom Schlesinger (1987: PB) • Jim Hartung (1980: AA) • Tom Schlesinger (1987: HB) • Jim Hartung (1980: FX) • Kevin Davis (1988: PB) • Jim Hartung (1980: PH) • Kevin Davis (1988: AA) • Jim Hartung (1980: SR) • Kevin Davis (1988: SR) • Jim Hartung (1980: PB) • Patrick Kirksey (1988: V) • Scott Johnson (1980: V) • Tom Schlesinger (1988: AA) • Phil Cahoy (1981: AA) • Tom Schlesinger (1988: HB) • Phil Cahoy (1981: PB) • Tom Schlesinger (1988: SR) • Phil Cahoy (1981: HB) • Bob Stelter (1988: V) • Jim Hartung (1981: AA) • Mark Warburton (1988: PB) • Jim Hartung (1981: AA) • Mike Epperson (1989: HB) • Jim Hartung (1981: FX) • Patrick Kirksey (1989: AA) • Jim Hartung (1981: PH) • Patrick Kirksey (1989: PB) • Jim Hartung (1981: SR) • Patrick Kirksey (1989: HB) • Jim Hartung (1981: PB) • Patrick Kirksey (1989: PH) • Frank Hibbitts (1981: PH) • Bob Stelter (1989: AA) • Scott Johnson (1981: SR) • Trent Dimas (1990: FX) • Scott Johnson (1981: HB) • Trent Dimas (1990: HB) • John Balluff (1982: PH) • Patrick Kirksey (1990: AA) • Phil Cahoy (1982: AA) • Patrick Kirksey (1990: PH) • Phil Cahoy (1982: PH) • Patrick Kirksey (1990: PB) • Phil Cahoy (1982: PB) • Bob Stelter (1990: AA) • Steve Elliott (1982: FX) • Mark Warburton (1990: SR) • Steve Elliott (1982: V) • Mark Warburton (1990: PB) • Jim Hartung (1982: AA) • Dennis Harrison (1991: V) • Jim Hartung (1982: FX) • Dennis Harrison (1992: AA) • Jim Hartung (1982: PH) • Dennis Harrison (1992: HB) • Jim Hartung (1982: SR) • Che Bowers (1992: PH) • Jim Hartung (1982: PB) • Che Bowers (1992: HB) • Jim Hartung (1982: HB) • Sumner Darling (1992: PB) • Scott Johnson (1982: AA) • Rick Kieffer (1992: HB) • Scott Johnson (1982: FX) • Josh Saegert (1992: PB) • Jim Mikus (1982: AA) • Che Bowers (1993: HB) • Jim Mikus (1982: FX) • Che Bowers (1993: PH) • Phil Cahoy (1983: AA) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 234

235 • Richard Grace (1993: FX) Two-Time First-Team Academic All-American (1) • Dennis Harrison (1993: AA) • Sumner Darling (1993, 1994) • Dennis Harrison (1993: PB) • Rick Kieffer (1993: SR) Three-Time Academic All-American (1) • Che Bowers (1994: PH) • Sumner Darling (1992, 1993, 1994) • Sumner Darling (1994: AA) • Richard Grace (1994: AA) Two-Time Academic All-Americans (2) • Richard Grace (1994: PB) • Tom Schlesinger (1986, 1988) • Richard Grace (1994: HB) • Stephen Tetrault (2007, 2008) • Dennis Harrison (1994: AA) • Dennis Harrison (1994: FX) CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (16) • Dennis Harrison (1994: PH) First-Team (6) • Dennis Harrison (1994: V) • Tom Schlesinger (1988) • Dennis Harrison (1994: PB) • Mark Warburton (1990) • Dennis Harrison (1994: HB) • Sumner Darling (1993) • Rick Kieffer (1994: SR) • Sumner Darling (1994) • Burkett Powell (1994: PB) • Rick Kieffer (1995) • Richard Grace (1995: AA) • Stephen Tetrault (2008) • Richard Grace (1995: PB) • Rick Kieffer (1995: HB) Second-Team (4) • Jason Christie (1996: PB) • Ted Harris (1997) • Jason Christie (1996: HB) • Marshall Nelson (2000) • Ted Harris (1996: SR) • Ryan Sneed (2003) • Marshall Nelson (1996: PH) • Ethan Lottman (2015) • Ryan McEwen (1997: HB) • Marshall Nelson (1997: PB) Third-Team (5) • Marshall Nelson (1997: HB) • Patrick Kirksey (1990) • Marshall Nelson (1997: V) • Sumner Darling (1992) • Jim Koziol (1998: SR) • Jason Christie (1996) • Derek Leiter (1998: AA) • Jim Koziol (1999) • Bill Mulholland (1998: V) • Stephen Tetrault (2007) Gymnastics • Marshall Nelson (1998: PB) • Marshall Nelson (1998: PH) Honorable-Mention (1) • Blake Bukacek (1999: HB) • Tom Schlesinger (1986) • Jason Hardabura (1999: AA) • Jason Hardabura (1999: HB) • Jason Hardabura (1999: FX) Conference Champions • Jim Koziol (1999: SR) Gymnast Event Score • Dusty Jakub (2000: PB) 1964 520.000 AA Dennis Albers • Derek Leiter (2000: V) FX 90.000 • Derek Leiter (2000: AA) PH 87.750 • Asher Lichterman (2000: V) V 90.125 • Steven Friedman (2003: PB) T 87.500 • Josh Rasile (2004: SR) PB 87.250 Francis Allen • Paul Chumreonlert (2005: PH) 1972 • Stephen Tetrault (2005: V) HB 18.100 Hoppy Batten • T.J. Schmidt (2007: PH) • Stephen Tetrault (2007: AA) 1974 • Stephen Tetrault (2007: PH) Hal Traver 18.100 PH • Anthony Ingrelli (2010: SR) • Grant Perdue (2012: FX) 1975 Pete Studenski 19.175 SR • Wyatt Aycock (2013: AA) Gary Duff 18.250 PB • Sam Chamberlain (2013: PB) • Grant Perdue (2013: V) 1976 • Wyatt Aycock (2014: AA) AA 106.450 Larry Gerard • Ethan Lottman (2015: PH) HB 18.750 • Sam Chamberlain (2016: PB) 1977 • Austin Epperson (2016: FX) 18.875 HB Larry Gerard • Ethan Lottman (2016: PH) FX Duane West 18.550 • Anton Stephenson (2016: PB) • Austin Epperson (2017: FX) 1978 • Kyle King (2017: FX) HB Mark Williams 18.975 • Connor Adamsick (2018: FX) 1979 • Griffin Kehler (2018: FX) V Jim Hartung 9.550 • Chris Stephenson (2018: PB) SR 9.550 • Anton Stephenson (2018: V) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 235

236 1991 1980 FX 9.800 Brad Bryan 57.700 AA Jim Hartung Dennis Harrison V 9.750 SR 19.300 HB 19.250 1992 19.350 PH Phil Cahoy Dennis Harrison FX 9.750 V 9.500 1981 PB 9.700 19.450 SR Jim Hartung PH Che Bowers 9.750 PH 19.450 HB 9.800 V Richard Grace 9.500 1982 Jim Hartung AA 115.300 1993 PH 9.900 Che Bowers PH 9.850 SR 9.750 PB Dennis Harrison 9.750 HB 9.850 9.850 V Steve Elliott 1994 Dennis Harrison 57.625 AA 1983 PB 9.900 115.650 AA Scott Johnson Jason Christie HB 9.800 SR 9.750 SR Rick Kieffer 9.750 PB 9.700 Che Bowers 9.800 PH V 9.700 HB 9.900 1995 PH Phil Cahoy 9.800 AA 58.200 Richard Grace FX 9.825 1984 V 9.650 Chris Riegel AA 113.500 Jason Christie PB 9.825 V 9.800 Jim Mikus PB 9.600 1996 9.700 Frank Hibbits PH Jason Christie 9.780 PB Gymnastics 1985 1997 Wes Suter AA 107.650 9.800 PH Marshall Nelson PH 9.700 PB 9.900 V 9.800 SR Ted Harris 9.750 HB 9.800 9.800 HB Neil Palmer 1998 HB Marshall Nelson 9.800 1986 FX 9.725 Jason Hardabura 9.650 FX Wes Suter HB 9.700 1999 9.600 Mike Epperson V AA Jason Hardabura 58.075 HB 9.700 9.750 Tom Schlesinger PB 2000 Derek Leiter AA 58.300 1987 Tom Schlesinger SR 9.800 2002 PB 9.850 Josh Rasile V 9.500 V 9.450 Bob Stelter 2017 1988 Anton Stephenson 14.975 V AA Kevin Davis 112.100 SR 9.650 2018 9.650 Tom Schlesinger SR Anton Stephenson 14.950 V PB 9.900 PB 14.150 SR Mark Warburton 9.650 Patrick Kirksey PH 9.600 1989 111.550 Patrick Kirksey AA FX 9.850 PH 9.800 PB 9.750 Mark Warburton SR 9.600 1990 AA Patrick Kirksey 115.000 FX 9.800 SR 9.650 PB 9.750 PH 9.750 Bob Stelter V 9.600 9.750 Mark Warburton HB Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 236

237 • Gina Bruce (1 in 2001, 1 in 2003) Women’s Gymnastics Honors • Patty Carmichael-Gerard (2 in 1979) • Erin Davis (2 in 2011) Two-Time NCAA Champions (2) • Lora Evenstad (1 in 2010, 1 in 2011) • Heather Brink (2 in 2000) • Jen French (1 in 2001, 1 in 2003) • Richelle Simpson (2 in 2003) • Alecia Ingram (2 in 2001) • Jamie Schleppenbach (1 in 2011, 1 in 2014) NCAA Champions (5) • Brittany Skinner (1 in 2010, 1 in 2011) • Michele Bryant (1990: V) • Kylie Stone (1 in 2006, 1 in 2009) • Heather Brink (2000: V) • Taylor Houchin (2 in 2018) • Heather Brink (2000: AA) • Megan Schweihofer (2 in 2018) • Richelle Simpson (2003: FX) • Grace Williams (2 in 2018) • Richelle Simpson (2003: AA) All-Americans (163) AAI Award Winners (2) First-Team (82) • Richelle Simpson (2005) • Patty Camichael-Gerard (1979: FX) • Emily Wong (2014) • Patty Camichael-Gerard (1979: AA) • Renee Reisdorff (1979: BB) 11-Time All-Americans (3) • Tami Bair (1989: V) • Heather Brink (2 in 1997, 1 in 1998, 3 in 1999, • Tami Bair (1989: BB) 5 in 2000) • Michele Bryant (1989: UB) • Emily Parsons (4 in 2005, 3 in 2006, 2 in 2007, • Crystal Savage (1989: UB) 2 in 2008) • Michele Bryant (1990: V) • Emily Wong (1 in 2011, 3 in 2012, 4 in 2013, • Michele Bryant (1990: UB) 3 in 2014) • Shelly Bartlett (1997: UB) • Heather Brink (1997: V) • Misty Oxford (1997: V) Nine-Time All-Americans (2) • Misty Oxford (1997: FX) • Jessie DeZiel (3 in 2012, 2 in 2013, 2 in 2014, • Heather Brink (1999: V) 2 in 2015) • Heather Brink (1999: FX) • Richelle Simpson (4 in 2002, 5 in 2003) • Heather Brink (1999: AA) Gymnastics • Heather Brink (2000: V) Seven-Time All-American (1) • Heather Brink (2000: UB) • A.J. Lamb (1 in 2000, 3 in 2002, 3 in 2003) • Heather Brink (2000: FX) • Heather Brink (2000: AA) Six-Time All-Americans (2) • A.J. Lamb (2000: FX) • Hollie Blanske (1 in 2014, 2 in 2015, 3 in 2016) • Gina Bruce (2001: V) • Libby Landgraf (1 in 2002, 3 in 2003, 2 in 2004) • Tami Harris (2001: UB) • Alecia Ingram (2001: UB) Five-Time All-Americans (3) • Alecia Ingram (2001: AA) • Janelle Giblin (1 in 2010, 2 in 2011, 2 in 2012) • Julie Houk (2002: UB) • Misty Oxford (3 in 1997, 2 in 1999) • A.J. Lamb (2002: V) • Michele Zabawa (1 in 2004, 1 in 2005, • A.J. Lamb (2002: UB) 1 in 2006, 2 in 2007) • Jess Wertz (2002: V) • Gina Bruce (2003: V) Four-Time All-Americans (3) • Julie Houk (2003: UB) • Tami Harris (1 in 2001, 1 in 2002, 2 in 2003) • A.J. Lamb (2003: BB) • Julie Houk (1 in 2000, 1 in 2001, 1 in 2002, • A.J. Lamb (2003: FX) 1 in 2003) • A.J. Lamb (2003: AA) • Desiré Sniatynski (1 in 2005, 1 in 2006, • Richelle Simpson (2003: V) 1 in 2007, 1 in 2008) • Richelle Simpson (2003: UB) • Richelle Simpson (2003: BB) Three-Time All-Americans (8) • Richelle Simpson (2003: FX) • Shelly Bartlett (3 in 1997) • Richelle Simpson (2003: AA) • Michele Bryant (1 in 1989, 2 in 1990) • Kristi Esposito (2004: BB) • Courtney Brown (3 in 1999) • Kristi Esposito (2004: AA) • Kim DeHaan (1 in 1996, 2 in 1997) • Libby Landgraf (2004: UB) • Kristi Esposito (2 in 2004, 1 in 2005) • Kristi Esposito (2005: BB) • Ashley Lambert (1 in 2015, 2 in 2017) • Emily Parsons (2005: FX) • Tricia Woo (2 in 2006, 1 in 2007) • Vanessa Meloche (2006: UB) • Sienna Crouse (1 in 2017, 2 in 2018) • Emily Parsons (2006: V) • Emily Parsons (2006: FX) Two-Time All-Americans (13) • Emily Parsons (2006: AA) • Tami Bair (2 in 1989) • Tricia Woo (2006: FX) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 237

238 • Tami Harris (2003: V) • Emily Parsons (2007: V) • Tami Harris (2003: FX) • Emily Parsons (2007: FX) • Libby Landgraf (2003: UB) • Tricia Woo (2007: BB) • Michele Zabawa (2007: V) • Libby Landgraf (2003: FX) • Emily Parsons (2008: BB) • Libby Landgraf (2003: AA) • Desiré Sniatynski (2008: UB) • Libby Landgraf (2004: V) • Lora Evenstad (2010: V) • Jamie Saas (2004: BB) • Brittany Skinner (2010: V) • Michele Zabawa (2004: V) • Emily Parsons (2005: V) • Erin Davis (2011: V) • Emily Parsons (2000: BB) • Erin Davis (2011: FX) • Lora Evenstad (2011: FX) • Emily Parsons (2005: AA) • Janelle Giblin (2011: V) • Desiré Sniatynski (2005: UB) • Maria Scaffidi (2011: UB) • Michele Zabawa (2005: UB) • Jamie Schleppenbach (2011: V) • Stephanie Carter (2006: FX) • Desiré Sniatynski (2006: UB) • Emily Wong (2011: UB) • Kylie Stone (2006: V) • Jessie DeZiel (2012: FX) • Jessie DeZiel (2012: AA) • Tricia Woo (2006: BB) • Michele Zabawa (2006: UB) • Janelle Giblin (2012: V) • Desiré Sniatynski (2007: UB) • Emily Wong (2012: BB) • Michele Zabawa (2007: UB) • Emily Wong (2013: V) • Emily Parsons (2008: AA) • Emily Wong (2013: FX) • Emily Wong (2013: AA) • Kylie Stone (2009: UB) • Hollie Blanske (2014: BB) • Janelle Giblin (2010: UB) • Kathryn Howard (2010: UB) • Jessie DeZiel (2014: BB) • Jamie Schleppenbach (2014: BB) • Kassandra Nathe (2010: UB) • Janelle Giblin (2011: AA) • Emily Wong (2014: BB) Gymnastics • Emily Wong (2014: FX) • Brittnee Habbib (2011: BB) • Hollie Blanske (2015: FX) • Brittany Skinner (2011: BB) • Jessie DeZiel (2015: AA) • Maddie Steinauer (2011: BB) • Jessie DeZiel (2012: V) • Hollie Blanske (2016: V) • Janelle Giblin (2012: UB) • Sienna Crouse (2017: V) • Taylor Houchin (2018: V) • Emily Wong (2012: FX) • Emily Wong (2012: AA) • Sienna Crouse (2018: FX) • Jessie DeZiel (2013: BB) • Jessie DeZiel (2013: AA) Second-Team (81) • Joy Taylor (1995: UB) • Emily Wong (2013: BB) • Kim DeHaan (1996: UB) • Jessie DeZiel (2014: AA) • Shelly Bartlett (1997: V) • Emily Wong (2014: AA) • Shelly Bartlett (1997: AA) • Hollie Blanske (2015: AA) • Jessie DeZiel (2015: V) • Heather Brink (1997: AA) • Ashley Lambert (2015: FX) • Kim DeHaan (1997: UB) • Hollie Blanske (2016: FX) • Kim DeHaan (1997: FX) • Hollie Blanske (2016: AA) • Misty Oxford (1997: BB) • Danielle Breen (2017: BB) • Heather Brink (1998: V) • Ashley Lambert (2017: V) • Courtney Brown (1999: V) • Ashley Lambert (2017: FX) • Courtney Brown (1999: BB) • Courtney Brown (1999: FX) • Sienna Crouse (2018: V) • Taylor Houchin (2018: BB) • Misty Oxford (1999: FX) • Grace Williams (2018: BB) • Misty Oxford (1999: AA) • Megan Schweihofer (2018: FX) • Heather Brink (2000: BB) • Grace Williams (2018: FX) • Julie Houk (2000: UB) • Megan Schweihofer (2018: AA) • Amy Ringo (2000: FX) • Nicole Wilkinson (2000: BB) • Bree Dority O’Callaghan (2001: UB) Academic All-American of the Year (1) • Jen French (2001: BB) • Joy Taylor (1996) • Julie Houk (2001: UB) • Tami Harris (2002: UB) Three-Time Academic All-American (1) • A.J. Lamb (2002: AA) • Nicole Duval (1993, 1994, 1995) • Libby Landgraf (2002: UB) • Richelle Simpson (2002: V) Two-Time Academic All-Americans (4) • Richelle Simpson (2002: UB) • Joy Taylor (1995, 1996) • Richelle Simpson (2002: BB) • Jen French (2002, 2003) • Richelle Simpson (2002: AA) • Emily Wong (2013, 2014) • Jen French (2003: FX) • Danielle Breen (2017, 2018) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 238

239 1995 Dan Kendig CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (17) Dan Kendig 1996 First-Team (6) • Nicole Duval (1995) • Joy Taylor (1996) Conference Team Titles • Kim DeHaan (1996) Big Eight Conference • Libby Landgraf (2004) Year Champion Score 130.75 1978 Nebraska • Emily Wong (2014) 132.55 1979 Nebraska • Danielle Breen (2018) 140.55 1980 Nebraska 143.90 1982 Nebraska Second-Team (6) 180.30 Nebraska 1983 • Joy Taylor (1995) 185.45 Nebraska 1987 • Jen French (2002) 188.35 Nebraska 1988 1989 Nebraska 194.25 • Jen French (2003) 1990 Nebraska 191.05 • Richelle Simpson (2005) 193.60 1994 Nebraska • Emily Wong (2013) 194.45 1995 Nebraska • Danielle Breen (2017) 1996 Nebraska 195.05 Third-Team (5) Big 12 Conference • Mary Ocel (1988) 196.20 1997 Nebraska 196.55 1998 Nebraska • Jane Clemons (1990) 1999 Nebraska 196.75 • Nicole Duval (1993) 2001 Nebraska 197.65 • Nicole Duval (1994) 2002 Nebraska 196.725 • Bree Dority O’Callaghan (2001) 2003 197.50 Nebraska 2005 Nebraska 196.65 Big 12 Gymnast of the Year 196.475 Nebraska 2007 Year Gymnast 196.775 Nebraska 2011 2000 Heather Brink 2001 Alecia Ingram Big Ten Conference Championship Meet Richelle Simpson 2003 2012 197.10 Nebraska 2007 Emily Parsons 197.80 2013 Nebraska 2009 Kylie Stone Big Ten Regular Season Champions Gymnastics Big Ten Gymnast of the Year Record Year Champion 2014 Emily Wong 6-1 Nebraska 2014 8-1 2017 Nebraska Big Ten Freshman of the Year Jessie DeZiel 2012 2017 Taylor Houchin Conference Champions Vault Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Peggy Liddick 1978 18.725 1997 Heather Brink 1983 Kim Grabowski 18.80 1999 Bree Dority O’Callaghan 1984 Renne Gould 18.90 2000 A.J. Lamb Michele Bryant 9.80 1990 2001 Alecia Ingram 9.925 Martha Jenkins 1995 Emily Parsons 2005 1996 Joy Taylor 9.90 2009 Lora Evenstad 1998 9.95 Heather Brink 9.925 Courtney Brown 1999 Heather Brink 2000 9.975 Big Eight Newcomer of the Year Jess Wertz 2001 9.875 1994 Kim DeHaan 2002 9.90 A.J. Lamb 1996 Misty Oxford 9.90 Jess Wertz A.J. Lamb 2003 9.90 Big 12 Specialist of the Year Richelle Simpson 9.90 2011 Erin Davis 9.90 Emily Parsons 2006 2007 9.95 Emily Parsons Big Ten Coach of the Year 9.90 2010 Erin Davis Dan Kendig 2012 Lora Evenstad 9.90 9.90 Maddie Steinauer Big 12 Coach of the Year 9.925 Erin Davis 2011 Dan Kendig 1997 9.95 2013 Hollie Blanske Dan Kendig 1998 Jessie DeZiel 9.95 Dan Kendig 2000 Janelle Giblin 9.95 2003 Dan Kendig 9.95 Brittany Skinner Dan Kendig 2007 2016 Hollie Blanske 9.975 Dan Kendig 2009 9.90 2018 Taylor Houchin 2011 Dan Kendig Bars Big Eight Coach of the Year Patty Carmichael-Gerard 17.90 1980 Rick Walton 1987 9.85 1989 Jane Clemons 1989 Rick Walton Jane Clemons 1990 9.85 Dan Kendig 1994 9.85 Lisa McCrady Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 239

240 39.15 Jennifer Hawkinson 9.85 1993 1993 Jennifer Hawkinson Jennifer Hawkinson 38.925 1994 1994 Martha Jenkins 9.90 9.90 39.00 Kim DeHaan 1996 1995 Martha Jenkins 9.925 1997 1996 Joy Taylor 39.375 Shelly Bartlett Heather Brink 39.375 9.925 Shelly Bartlett 1997 1998 Heather Brink 1998 39.575 Heather Brink 9.925 Heather Brink 2000 39.375 Julie Houk 1999 9.925 2001 10.00 Bree Dority O’Callaghan Misty Oxford 39.375 9.95 2003 Tami Harris 39.80 2003 Richelle Simpson Richelle Simpson Julie Houk 39.525 9.95 2005 Kristi Esposito 39.65 2004 Emily Parsons 9.90 2007 9.90 39.60 2005 Michele Zabawa Emily Wong 2012 Desire’ Sniatynski 2006 Emily Wong 9.85 39.725 2013 2018 Megan Schweihofer Vanessa Meloche 39.525 9.85 9.90 Michele Zabawa 2007 2009 9.85 Brittney Williams 2011 Maria Scaffidi 9.90 Team Records Lora Evenstad 9.925 2012 Top 10 All-Time Team Scores Emily Wong 2013 9.925 Meet/Opponent (Date) Score Jennie Laeng 2015 9.95 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 0 1. 198.30 Masters Classic (2/23/03) 2. 198.025 Beam 3. 198.00 vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) 0 Renee Reisdorff 17.05 1979 0 4. 197.80 at Big Ten Championships (3/23/13) 1980 Renee Reisdorff 18.70 vs. Missouri (1/31/04) 0 5. 197.75 1985 Janet Holling 9.40 vs. Iowa (3/4/13) 6. 197.675 Michele Bryant 9.80 1989 at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) 0 7. 197.65 Martha Jenkins 1992 9.80 0 at Utah (3/9/12) 8. 197.60 9.90 Shelly Bartlett 1994 vs. Iowa State (3/12/01) 9. 197.525 9.85 1996 Joy Taylor at Cal ifornia (3/16/13) 197.525 Shelly Bartlett 9.925 1997 197.525 at NCAA Raleigh Regional (4/7/18) 9.925 Courtney Brown 1999 Gymnastics 9.95 Bree Dority O’Callaghan 2001 Top 10 Home Scores A.J. Lamb 9.95 Score Meet/Opponent (Date) 2002 Richelle Simpson 9.95 0 1. 198.30 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 9.975 Richelle Simpson 2003 2. 198.025 Masters Classic (2/23/03) 9.90 Emily Parsons 2006 vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) 0 3. 198.00 9.95 Emily Parsons 2007 0 vs. Missouri (1/31/04) 4. 197.75 Tricia Woo 2008 9.90 vs. Iowa (3/4/13) 5. 197.675 2012 9.90 Emily Wong 6. 197.525 vs. Iowa State (3/12/01) Jennifer Lauer 2013 9.90 7. 197.475 vs. Alabama (1/26/03) Emily Wong 9.90 vs. Denver (1/13/12) 8. 197.375 9.95 Emily Wong 2014 vs Utah State (3/6/16) 9. 197.350 2016 Grace Williams 9.925 197.325 vs. Florida (3/4/01) 10. Grace Williams 2018 9.90 197.325 NCAA Preliminaries (4/24/03) 197.325 vs. Iowa (2/7/15) Floor 1979 17.65 Patty Carmichael-Gerard 1980 Renee Reisdorff 18.55 Top 10 Away Scores Terri Furman 18.85 1983 Meet/Opponent (Date) Score 1984 Terri Furman 18.70 at Big Ten Championships (3/23/13) 0 1. 197.80 Lisa McCrady 9.80 1990 0 at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) 2. 197.65 9.95 1995 Kim DeHaan 0 3. 197.60 at Utah (3/9/12) Kim DeHaan 9.85 1996 at California (3/16/13) 4. 197.525 9.90 Misty Oxford 1998 197.525 at NCAA Raleigh Regional (4/7/18) Heather Brink 1999 9.925 0 5. 197.50 at Michigan (3/14/03) 9.95 2000 Heather Brink 197.50 0 at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 2002 9.95 Richelle Simpson 7. 197.425 at Penn State (3/1/03) Richelle Simpson 9.95 2003 8. 197.225 at Penn State (2/8/14) 9.90 Richelle Simpson 2005 at NCAA Semifinals (4/14/17) 9. 197.2125 9.90 Emily Parsons 2007 10 at Iowa (1/18/03) 197.125 . 9.90 Erin Davis 2010 197.125 at GymQuarters Invitational (2/17/17) 2012 Jessie DeZiel 9.90 Lora Evenstad 9.90 Top 10 Vault Scores Emily Wong 9.90 Score Meet/Opponent (Date) 2013 Emily Wong 9.975 1. 49.75 vs. Penn State (1/17/15) 0 2014 Emily Wong 10.00 2. 49.725 at Big Ten Championships (3/23/13) 2018 Megan Schweihofer 9.95 0 3. 49.70 vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) 4. 49.675 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) All-Around 5. 49.65 0 at California (3/16/13) 1980 36.60 Renee Reisdorff 0 49.65 Morgantown Regional (4/6/13) at NCAA Kim Grabowski 1983 37.00 at Missouri (1/31/04) 0 7. 49.60 Michele Bryant 38.90 1989 at Rutgers (1/24/15) 0 49.60 38.90 Lisa McCrady vs. Arizona State (3/6/11) 9. 49.575 38.50 Jane Clemons 1990 at Minnesota (3/18/12) 49.575 Lisa McCrady 38.85 1991 38.40 Martha Jenkins 1992 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 240

241 Top 10 Uneven Bars Scores Meet/Opponent (Date) Score at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) 1. 49.725 2. 49.625 vs. Iowa (3/4/13) 0 3. 49.60 at West Virginia Invitational (2/10/01) 0 at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 49.60 5. 49.575 vs. Florida (3/4/01) 49.575 at Penn State (3/1/03) 7. 49.525 vs. Iowa State (3/12/01) 49.525 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) at Region 3 Championships (4/1/00) 9. 49.475 49.475 Masters Classic (2/23/03) 49.475 at Big Ten Championships (3/21/15) 49.475 vs. Utah State (3/6/16) 49.475 at Big Ten Championships (3/19/16) Top 10 Balance Beam Scores Score Meet/Opponent (Date) 1. 49.675 Masters Classic (2/23/02) 2. 49.625 at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) 49.625 Masters Classic (2/23/03) 4. 0 at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 49.55 49.55 vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) 0 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 6. 49.475 49.45 7. at Big 12 Championships (3/22/97) 0 49.45 0 at NCAA Semifinals (4/18/14) 9. 49.425 at B 1G Five (3/14/15) at West Regional Championships (4 /12/03) 49.425 Top 10 Floor Exercise Scores Score Meet/Opponent (Date) 1. 49.65 at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 2. 49.625 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 3. 49.575 at Michigan (3/14/03) 49.575 at Missouri (1/31/04) Gymnastics 5. 49.55 0 Masters Classic (2/23/03) 49.550 at GymQuarters Invitational (2/17/17) . 49.525 vs. Penn State (3/3/02) 7 vs. Alabama (1/26/03) 49.525 49.525 vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) vs. Penn State (3/16/97) 9. 49.50 0 vs. Iowa State (3/10/02) 49.50 0 49.50 0 at NCAA Preliminaries (4/24/03) 49.50 at Big Ten Championships (3/22/14) 0 Individual Records Top 10 Individual Vault Scores Name Meet/Opponent (Date) Score 10.00 Heather Brink vs. Iowa State (2/15/00) 1. 10.00 Heather Brink vs. BYU (3/13/00) 10.00 Heather Brink at Region 3 Championships (4/1/00) 10.00 Jess Wertz at ASU Invitational (3/16/01) 10.00 vs. Alabama (1/26/03) A.J. Lamb 10.00 vs. Alabama (1/26/03) Richelle Simpson 10.00 Jess Wertz vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) Tami Harris vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) 10.00 10.00 Richelle Simpson vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 10.00 Gina Bruce vs. Missouri (1/31/04) Richelle Simpson at Missouri (1/28/05) 10.00 10.00 Emily Parsons at Hearts Invitational (2/17/07) 10.00 Erin Davis vs. Minnesota and Illinois (1/15/10) 10.00 Erin Davis vs. Arizona State (3/6/11) 10.00 Ashley Lambert vs. Penn State (1/17/15) 10.00 gers (1/24/15) ut at R Ashley Lambert Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 241

242 Top 10 Individual Uneven Bars Scores Name Meet/Opponent (Date) Score 10.00 Bree Dority O’Callaghan at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) 1. - Janelle Giblin vs. Iowa (3/4/13) 10.00 at Region 3 Championships (4/1/00) 3. 9.975 Heather Brink 9.975 Tami Harris Masters Classic (2/24/01) 9.975 Taylor Houchin at NCAA Raleigh Regional (4/7/18) Crystal Savage vs. Washington (3/25/89) 9.95 5. Shelly Bartlett vs. Iowa State (3/1/97) 9.95 Shelly Bartlett 9.95 vs. Penn State (3/16/97) Misty Oxford 9.95 at Penn State (3/14/98) 9.95 Heather Brink Big 12 Championships (3/21/98) Heather Brink 9.95 vs. Penn State (3/14/99) 9.95 Bree Dority - O’Callaghan at West Virginia Invite (2/10/01) 9.95 Bree Dority - O’Callaghan vs. Florida (3/4/01) 9.95 Alecia Ingram vs. Iowa State (3/12/01) 9.95 Alecia Ingram at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) Julie Houk 9.95 at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 9.95 Tami Harris at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) Richelle Simpson at Michigan (3/14/03) 9.95 Richelle Simpson at NCAA Super Six Finals (4/25/03) 9.95 9.95 Libby Landgraf at Minnesota (3/6/04) 9.95 Vanessa Meloche Masters Classic (2/26/06) 9.95 vs. Iowa State (3/16/12) Janelle Giblin 9.95 vs. Iowa (3/4/13) Emily Wong 9.95 Janelle Giblin vs. Illinois (2/1/13) 9.95 Janelle Giblin vs. Penn State (2/10/13) 9.95 vs. Minnesota (2/1/14) Emily Wong 9.95 Emily Wong vs. Arkansas (3/8/14) 9.95 Emily Wong at NCAA Seattle Regional (4/5/14) Gymnastics Jennie Laeng 9.95 at Big Ten Championships (3/21/15) Top 10 Individual Balance Beam Scores Score Meet/Opponent (Date) Name 10.00 Richelle Simpson 1. vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) Richelle Simpson 9.975 Masters Classic (2/23/02) 2. 9.975 Richelle Simpson M asters Classic (2/23/03) Richelle Simpson 9.975 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 9.975 Richelle Simpson at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 9.975 Jamie Saas vs. Missouri (1/31/04) 9.975 Emily Parsons vs. Kentucky (3/23/07) 8. Laurie McLaughlin Masters Classic (2/28/99) 9.95 9.95 at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) A.J. Lamb 9.95 Bree Dority O’Callaghan at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) 9.95 A.J. Lamb Masters Classic (2/23/02) 9.95 Laura Goss Masters Classic (2/23/02) 9.95 Richelle Simpson Big 12 Championships (3/23/02) 9.95 Jen French Masters Classic (2/23/03) 9.95 Masters Classic (2/23/03) A.J. Lamb 9.95 vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) Jamie Saas 9.95 Richelle Simpson at West Regional Championships (4/12/03) 9.95 Richelle Simpson vs. Missouri (1/31/04) 9.95 at Denver (2/21/04) Jamie Saas 9.95 Tami Harris vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) 9.95 Kristi Esposito vs. Iowa State (3/13/05) 9.95 Emily Parsons at Missouri (1/26/07) 9.95 vs. Utah (3/4/07) Emily Parsons 9.95 Emily Parsons at Big 12 Championships (3/31/07) 9.95 Tricia Woo vs. Iowa State (3/8/09) 9.95 Jennifer Lauer vs. Michigan (1/12/13) Emily Wong at Big Ten Championships (3/22/14) 9.95 9.95 Emily Wong at NCAA Super Six (4/19/14) 9.95 Grace Williams at Michigan (1/29/16) Grace Williams 9.95 at B1G Five (3/11/17) NCAA Lincoln Regional (4/1/17) Danielle Breen 9.95 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 242

243 Top 10 Individual Floor Exercise Scores Score Meet/Opponent (Date) Name 10.00 vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) 1. Richelle Simpson 10.00 Richelle Simpson at Michigan (3/14/03) 10.00 Richelle Simpson at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 10.00 Richelle Simpson at Arkansas Quad (3/19/05) 10.00 Emily Wong at Big Ten Championships ( 3/22/14) 6. 9.975 A.J. Lamb vs. Alabama (1/26/03) 9.975 Masters Classic (2/23/02) Richelle Simpson 9.975 A.J. Lamb at Michigan (3/14/03) 9.975 Emily Parsons vs. Denver (2/23/08) 9.975 Emily Wong at Big Ten Championships (3/23/13) Top 10 Individual All-Around Scores Score Name Meet/Opponent (Date) 1. 39.825 Richelle Simpson vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 2. 39.80 0 Richelle Simpson Masters Classic (2/23/03) 39.80 0 Richelle Simpson at Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 39.80 Richelle Simpson NCAA Super Six Finals (4/25/03) 0 39.75 0 5. A.J. Lamb vs. Alabama (1/26/03) 39.75 0 Tami Harris vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) 7. 39.725 Emily Wong at Big Ten Championships (3/23/13) 8. 39.70 Heather Brink at Region 3 Championships (4/1/00) 0 39.70 0 Richelle Simpson at Penn State (3/1/03) 39.70 0 Richelle Simpson at Michigan (3/14/03) 39.70 0 A.J. Lamb vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 0 39.70 vs. Michigan (1/11/04) Richelle Simpson Gymnastics Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 243

244 Class Records Freshman Records Gymnast Score Meet/Opponent (Date) Event Alecia Ingram vs. Iowa State (3/12/01) Vault 9.975 Tami Harris Masters Classic (2/27/00) 9.975 Uneven Bars 9.925 Alecia Ingram at Missouri (1/28/01) Balance Beam 9.925 at WVU Invite (2/10/01) Alecia Ingram 9.925 Alecia Ingram vs. Florida (3/4/01) 9.925 Kristi Esposito at Denver (2/21/04) 9.925 Michele Zabawa vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) 9.925 vs. Iowa State (3/14/04) Kristi Esposito 9.925 Grace Williams vs. Penn State (1/17/15) 9.925 Megan Schweihofer at B1G Five (3/12/16) Floor Exercise 9.95 Emily Parsons at NCAA Super Six Finals (4/22/05) 9.95 Emily Parsons South Central Regional (4/9/05) 9.95 Emily Parsons at Arkansas Quadrangular (3/19/05) Jessie DeZiel 9.95 at Utah (3/19/12) at GymQuarters Invitational (2/17/17) 9.95 Taylor Houchin 9.95 Taylor Houchin Masters Classic (2/25/17) Taylor Houchin Masters Classic (2/25/17) 39.650 All-Around Sophomore Records Event Score Gymnast Meet/Opponent (Date) 10.00 Jess Wertz at ASU Invite (3/16/01) Vault Ashley Lambert vs. Penn State (1/17/15) 10.00 10.00 Ashley Lambert at Rutgers (1/24/15) Uneven Bars 10.00 Bree Dority O’Callaghan at Big 12 Championships (3/24/01) Balance Beam 9.975 Richelle Simpson Masters Classic (2/23/02) Floor Exercise 9.975 Richelle Simpson Masters Classic (2/23/02) Gymnastics All-Around Jessie DeZiel vs.Iowa (3/4/13) 39.675 Junior Records Event Score Gymnast Meet/Opponent (Date) Vault 10.00 Richelle Simpson vs. Alabama (1/26/03) 10.00 Tami Harris vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) 10.00 Richelle Simpson vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) at Hearts Invitational (2/17/07) Emily Parsons 10.00 Erin Davis vs. Minnesota and Illinois (1/15/10) 10.00 Uneven Bars 9.95 Misty Oxford at Penn State (3/14/98) Heather Brink 9.95 vs. Penn State (3/14/99) 9.95 Julie Houk Masters Classic (2/23/02) Tami Harris Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 9.95 Richelle Simpson 9.95 at Penn State (3/1/03) Richelle Simpson at Michigan (3/14/03) 9.95 9.95 Julie Houk vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) 9.95 Richelle Simpson NCAA Super Six Finals (4/25/03) 9.95 Janelle Giblin vs. Iowa State (3/16/12) Emily Wong vs. Iowa (3/4/13) 9.95 10.00 Richelle Simpson vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) Balance Beam 10.00 Richelle Simpson vs. Oklahoma (2/1/03) Floor Exercise 10.00 at Michigan (3/14/03) Richelle Simpson 10.00 Richelle Simpson Big 12 Championships (3/29/03) 39.825 Richelle Simpson All-Around vs. Iowa State (3/23/03) Senior Records Event Score Meet/Opponent (Date) Gymnast 10.00 vs. Iowa State (2/15/00) Vault Heather Brink 10.00 Heather Brink vs. BYU (3/13/00) 10.00 Heather Brink at NCAA Regional (4/1/00) 10.00 vs. Alabama (1/26/03) A.J. Lamb 10.00 Gina Bruce vs. Missouri (1/31/04) 10.00 Richelle Simpson at Missouri (1/28/05) 10.00 Erin Davis vs. Arizona State (3/6/11) Uneven Bars 10.00 vs. Iowa (3/4/13) Janelle Giblin 9.95 Laurie McLaughlin Balance Beam Masters Classic (2/28/99) 9.95 Laura Goss Masters Classic (2/23/02) 9.95 A.J. Lamb Masters Classic (2/23/03) Tricia Woo vs. Iowa State (3/8/09) 9.95 9.95 Emily Wong at Big Ten Championships (3/22/14) 9.95 Emily Wong at Super Six Finals (4/19/14) Richelle Simpson Floor Exercise 10.00 at Arkansas Quadrangular (3/19/05) at Big Ten Championships (3/22/14) Emily Wong 10.00 vs. Alabama (1/26/03) A.J. Lamb 39.75 All-Around vs. Missouri (1/31/04) Tami Harris 39.75 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 244

245 • Misty Chanek (2004: SB) Rifle Honors • Misty Chanek (2004: AR) • Misty Chanek (2005: SB) NCAA Individual Champions (3) • Misty Chanek (2005: AR) • Nicole Allaire (2000; Smallbore) • Kristina Fehlings (2005: SB) • Kristina Fehlings (2006; Air Rifle) • Misty Chanek (2006: AR) • Rachel Martin (2015; Smallbore) • Kristina Fehlings (2006: AR) • Kirsten Weiss (2006: SB) Three-Time First-Team NRA All-American (1) • Kristina Fehlings (2007: AR) • Kistina Fehlings (2004, 2005, 2006) • Kristina Fehlings (2007: SB) • Stacy Underwood (2007: AR) All-American (1) NRA Eight-Time • Stacy Underwood (2007: SB) • Amanda Trujillo (2 in 2000, 2 in 2001, 2 in 2002, • Kirsten Weiss (2008: SB) 2 in 2003) • Amanda Jeffries (2008: AR) • Elisha LaFond (2008: AR) • Janine Dutton (2013: AR) All-Americans (1) Seven-Time NRA • Rachel Martin (2014: AR) (1 in 2004, 2 in 2005, 2 in 2006, • Kristina Fehlings • Denise Martin (2015: SB) 2 in 2007 • Rachel Martin (2015: AR) • Denise Martin (2016: SB) Six-Time NRA All-Americans (1) • Rachel Martin (2016: SB) • Misty Chanek (2 in 2004, 2 in 2005, 2 in 2006) • Dacotah Faught (2017: AR) • Dacotah Faught (2018: AR) All-Americans (2) Four-Time NRA • Nicole Allaire (2 in 2000, 2 in 2001) Honorable-Mention (5) • Rachel Martin (1 in 2014, 2 in 2015, 1 in 2016) • Janine Dutton (2011: AR) • Janine Dutton (2012: AR) All-Americans (3) NRA Three-Time • Jaycee Carter (2015: AR) • Kirsten Weiss (1 in 2006, 1 in 2007, 1 in 2008) • Rachel Martin (2015: SB) • Janine Dutton (1 in 2011, 1 in 2012, 1 in 2013) • Samantha Peterson (2017: SB) • Denise Martin (1 in 2014, 1 in 2015, 1 in 2016) All-American (2) CRCA Four-Time NRA Two-Time All-Americans (4) • Rachel Martin (1 in 2014, 2 in 2015, 1 in 2016) • Melissa Downsbrough (1 in 2001, 1 in 2002) Rifie • Stacy Underwood (2 in 2007) All-American (2) Three-Time CRCA • Amanda Jeffries (1 in 2008, 1 in 2009) Denise Martin (1 in 2013, 2 in 2014) • • Dacotah Faught (1 in 2017, 1 in 2018) CRCA T All-Americans (6) wo-Time NRA All-Americans (52) Amanda Trujillo (1 in 2000, 1 in 2001) • First-Team (13) Terim Richards (1 in 2000, 1 in 2001) • • Nicole Allaire (2000: SB) Misty Chanek (1 in 2004, 1 in 2005) • • Nicole Allaire (2000: AR) • Kristian Fehlings (2 in 2005) • Amanda Trujillo (2001: AR) Kirsten Weiss (1 in 2007, 1 in 2008) • • Melissa Downsbrough (2002: AR) • Lauren Phillips (2 in 2014) • Kistina Fehlings (2004: AR) • Kristina Fehlings (2005: AR) CRCA All-Americans (23) • Misty Chanek (2006: SB) First-Team (4) • Kristina Fehlings (2006: SB) • Nicole Allaire (2000: SB) • Andrea Franzén (2006: AR) • Amanda Trujillo (2001: AR) • Kirsten Weiss (2007: SB) • Kristina Fehlings (2005: SB) • Amanda Jeffries (2009: AR) • Andrea Franzén (2005: AR) • Denise Martin (2014: SB) • Lauren Phillips (2014: SB) Second-Team (9) Terim Richards (2000: AR) • Second-Team (34) • Amanda Trujillo (2000: SB) • Amanda Trujillo (2000: SB) Terim Richards • (2001: AR) • Amanda Trujillo (2000: AR) • (2005: AR) Kristina Fehlings • Nicole Allaire (2001: SB) Kirsten Weiss • (2007: SB) • Nicole Allaire (2001: AR) (2008: SB) Kirsten Weiss • • Melissa Downsbrough (2001: AR) Janine Dutton • (20 10: AR) • Terim Richards (2001: AR) (2013: SB) • Denise Martin • Amanda Trujillo (2001: SB) • (2013: AR) Katelyn Woltersdorf • Amanda Trujillo (2002: SB) • Amanda Trujillo (2002: AR) • Amanda Trujillo (2003: SB) • Amanda Trujillo (2003: AR) 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 245

246 Third-Team (6) High Team Scores 2014: SB) • Lauren Phillips ( Total Score 1. at Alaska-Fairbanks 4,693 2/13/05 • Lauren Phillips (2014: AR) 2. at NC State 4,690 2/8/14 Denise Martin (2014: SB) • 3. vs. Air Force 4,687 10/23/05 • Denise Martin (2014: AR) 4. vs. Air Force 10/22/05 4,686 Rachel Martin (2015: SB) • 1/25/14 4,685 5. vs. Air Force • Rachel Martin (2015: AR) Smallbore (4) Mention Honorable- 1. vs. Air Force 10/23/05 2,339 2. at NCAA Qualifier 2/13/05 2,337 • Misty Chanek (2004: SB) 10/22/05 3. vs. Air Force 2,336 Misty Chanek (2005: AR) • 2/26/06 2,335 4. at GARC Championships • Rachel Martin (2014: Combined) 2,332 11/6/05 5. at Memphis Rachel Martin (2016: Combined) • 2,332 2/9/06 at Collegiate Sectional ) CRCA Coach of the Year (2 Air Rifle Stacy Underwood, Nebraska 2014 2/25/17 2,376 1. at GARC Championships Karen Anthony, Nebraska 2000 2. vs. NC State 1/15/17 2,368 2,368 3/11/17 at NCAA Championships 2,367 2/2/17 4. vs. Alaska-Fairbanks Two-Time Academic All-American (2) 2,366 11/02/14 5. vs. Ohio State • Rachel Spiry (2001, 2002) 2,366 vs. Army West Point 1/16/17 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (3) Single Match Class Records First-Team (1) Freshman • Rachel Spiry (2002) Smallbore 587 Twice in 2013-14 Lauren Phillips Second-Team (1) Air Rifle Hannah Virga 11/1/15 597 • Rachel Spiry (2001) Sophomore Third-Team (1) Smallbore • Ryann McGough (2011) 593 Kristina Fehlings 12/4/04 Air Rifle 597 11/23/14 Rachel Martin 60/60 Shot System (2004-present) Rifie High Season Average Junior Smallbore Smallbore 585.92 2005-06 1. Misty Chanek 591 11/13/04 Misty Chanek 584.54 2. Kristina Fehlings 2004-05 Air Rifle 2004-05 584.36 3. Misty Chanek 596 11/20/04 Misty Chanek Kristina Fehlings 2005-06 584.36 Rachel Martin 11/21/15 596 2015-16 5. Denise Martin 581.53 11/6/16 Dacotah Faught 596 2015-16 581.53 Rachel Martin Senior Air Rifle 592.27 1. Dacotah Faught 2016-17 Smallbore é 2. Andrea Franz n 2004-05 590.80 2/11/06 591 Misty Chanek 2016-17 3 . Rachel Martin 590.73 Air Rifle Dacotah Faught 4. 2017-18 590.71 Dacotah Faught 596 11/18/17 5. Rachel Martin 590.43 2014-15 NU Rifle Range Individual Records Individual Event High Scores Smallbore Smallbore 1. Kristina Fehlings 593 12/4/04 593 1. Kristina Fehlings 12/4/04 2. Kristina Fehlings 11/20/04 591 2. 591 11/13/04 Misty Chanek 10/22/05 Misty Chanek 591 10/22/05 591 Misty Chanek 4. Misty Chanek 590 12/3/05 Misty Chanek 2/11/06 591 588 12/4/04 5. Misty Chanek 11/20/04 Kristina Fehlings 591 Kristina Fehlings 588 10/23/04 591 Kristina Fehlings 2/12/05 Air Rifle Air Rifle 596 11/20/04 Misty Chanek 1. 1. Rachel Martin 11/23/14 597 11/21/15 596 Rachel Martin Hannah Virga 11/1/15 597 3. 2/3/18 595 Dacotah Faught 596 Misty Chanek 3. 11/20/04 2/2/17 Dacotah Faught 4. 594 1/18/15 596 Rachel Martin 10/23/05 593 n é Andrea Franz 5. Rachel Martin 596 11/21/15 593 Jaycee Carter 1/31/15 11/6/16 596 Dacotah Faught Samantha Peterson 10/29/16 593 596 11/18/17 Dacotah Faught 11/12/16 Jaycee Carter 593 593 2/2/17 Jaycee Carter Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 246

247 Air Rifle NU Rifle Range Team Records 1. at NCAA Qualifier 1,560 2/11/01 Tot al Team Score 1,559 10/14/00 2. at Great Eight Invite 1. Nebraska 10/23/05 4,687 3. at Roger Withrow Invite 1/28/01 1,558 2. Nebraska 4,686 10/22/05 2/13/00 vs. Ohio State 4. 1,557 3. Nebraska 1/25/14 4,685 1,556 5. vs. Kentucky/Air Force 11/10/00 4. Nebraska 4,683 2/2/17 vs. Tennessee Tech/JSU 11/5/00 1,556 Nebraska 4,679 1/26/14 5. 1,556 vs. King’s College 11/17/99 Smallbore Single Match Class Records 10/23/05 1. Nebraska 2,339 Freshman 10/22/05 2. Nebraska 2,336 Smallbore 2,329 3. Nebraska 12/4/04 Nicole Allaire 2/13/00 1,180 4. Nebraska 11/19/05 2,327 Air Rifle 5. Nebraska 1/29/05 2,324 2/13/00 Nicole Allaire 396 Air Rifle Sophomore 2/2/17 2,367 Nebraska 1. Smallbore 11/12/16 Nebraska 2,364 2. 1/10/04 Misty Chanek 1,184 2,363 1/25/14 Nebraska 3. Air Rifle 2,361 11/13/16 Nebraska 4. 396 1/27/02 Melissa Downsbrough Nebraska 11/21/15 2,360 5. 2,360 Nebraska 10/29/16 Junior Smallbore 1,172 Melissa Downsbrough 1/11/03 120/40 Shot System (1998-2004) Air Rifle High Season Average 394 1/10/03 Melissa Downsbrough Terim Richards 394 10/14/00 Smallbore 1. Misty Chanek 2003-04 1,166.54 Senior 1999-00 1,165.25 2. Nicole Allaire Smallbore 1,163.14 2002-03 3. Amanda Trujillo 12/7/02 1,177 Amanda Trujillo 4. Amanda Trujillo 1,161.00 2001-02 Air Rifle 1,160.58 5. Nicole Allaire 2000-01 1/10/03 394 Amanda Trujillo Air Rifle NU Rifle Range Individual Records 391.33 1. Amanda Trujillo 2000-01 Smallbore 2. Kristina Fehlings 2003-04 389.23 12/2/00 1,173 1. Nicole Allaire 3. Amanda Trujillo 2002-03 389.22 Amanda Trujillo 12/2/00 1,173 4. Melissa Downsbrough 389.00 2001-02 3. 1,171 10/12/03 Kristina Fehlings Rifie 5. Nicole Allaire 1999-00 388.46 1,169 4. Misty Chanek 2/14/04 5. Kristina Fehlings 10/11/03 1,166 Individual Event High Scores Smallbore (120/40) Air Rifle 1. Misty Chanek 1/9/04 1,184 394 1. Kristina Fehlings 10/11/03 2. Nicole Allaire 1,183 3/10/00 Kristina Fehlings 393 12/6/03 2. 2/13/00 1,180 3. Nicole Allaire 393 Amanda Trujillo 10/19/02 1,177 4. Misty Chanek 1/10/04 12/4/99 Nicole Allaire 393 1,177 Amanda Trujillo 12/7/02 Misty Chanek 5. 392 2/14/ 04 10/12/03 392 Melissa Downsbrough Air Rifle (120/40) 392 Kristina Fehlings 2/14/04 1. Melissa Downsbrough 1/27/02 396 392 10/20/01 Amanda Trujillo 2/13/00 396 Nicole Allaire 395 3. Nicole Allaire 10/17/99 NU Rifle Range Team Records Terim Richards 395 2/13/00 Tot al Team Score 394 5. Melissa Downsbrough 1/10/03 1. Nebraska 10/12/03 6,184 Kristina Fehlings 10/11/03 394 2/14/04 2. Nebraska 6,178 Terim Richards 10/14/00 394 3. Nebraska 10/11/03 6,169 Amanda Trujillo twice 394 4. Nebraska 10/19/02 6,153 12/6/03 6,152 5. Nebraska High Team Scores Smallbore Total Score 4,633 1. Nebraska 2/14/04 6,210 1/9/04 1. vs. Alaska-Fairbanks/UTEP 10/12/03 Nebraska 4,633 2. at Air Force 6,206 1/10/04 3. Nebraska 4,621 12/6/03 3. vs. Kentucky/Air Force 11/11/00 6,197 4,618 10/11/03 4. Nebraska 6,195 4. vs. Navy 1/25/04 11/23/02 5. Nebraska 4,609 10/12/03 5. vs. Air Force 6,184 Air Rifle Smallbore 1,551 10/12/03 1. Nebraska 1/9/04 1. vs. Alaska-Fairbanks/UTEP 4,673 1,551 Nebraska 10/11/03 4,672 1/10/04 2. at Air Force 1,545 2/14/03 3. Nebraska 3. vs. Navy 4,657 1/25/04 12/2/00 4. Nebraska 1,541 4. vs. Kentucky/Air Force 4,641 11/11/00 1,540 10/19/02 5. Nebraska 2/9/02 5. at Ohio State 4,637 Nebraska 1,540 10/20/01 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 247

248 All-Big Ten Conference Soccer Honors (All Teams: 22; First Team: 5) Three-Time All-Americans (2) 2017 • Sharolta Nonen (1997 - 3rd; 1998 - 2nd; 1999 - 1st) Sinclaire Miramontez, first team, D Hayley Hanson, second team, MF • Christine Latham (2000 - 2nd; 2001 - 3rd; Meg Brandt, third team, F 2002 - 3rd) Aubrei Corder, third team, GK Two-Time All-Americans (2) 2016 • Isabelle Morneau (1998 - 2nd; 1999 - 2nd) Jaycie Johnson, first team, F Caroline Flynn, second team, MF • Brittany Timko (2004 - 3rd; 2005 - 3rd) Sydney Miramontez, second team, D Hayley Hanson, third team, MF All-Americans (19) Meg Brandt, all-freshman, F First-Team (4) Sinclaire Miramontez, all-freshman, D • Kari Uppinghouse (1996) 2015 • Sharolta Nonen (1999) Jaylyn Odermann, second team, D • Meghan Anderson (2000) • Jenny Benson (2000) 2014 Mayme Conroy, second team, F Second-Team (7) • Lindsay Eddleman (1996) 2013 Ari Romero, first team, D • Sharolta Nonen (1998) Jordan Jackson, first team, MF • Isabelle Morneau (1998) Emma Stevens, second team, GK • Isabelle Morneau (1999) Jaycie Johnson, second team, F • Christine Latham (2000) Sydney Miramontez, all-freshman, MF • Morgan Marlborough (2010) • Ari Romero (2013) 2012 Mayme Conroy, second team, F Ari Romero, second team, D Third-Team (8) Jaylyn Odermann, all-freshman, D • Rebecca Hornbacher (1996) • Sharolta Nonen (1997) 2011 • Kim Engesser (1998) Morgan Marlborough, first team, F • Christine Latham (2001) Jordan Jackson, second team, MF • Christine Latham (2002) All-Big 12 Conference • Brittany Timko (2004) (All Teams: 70; First Team: 44) • Brittany Timko (2005) Soccer 2010 • Jaycie Johnson (2016) Morgan Marlborough, first team, F Jordan Jackson, first team, MF CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (5) 2009 First-Team (1) Morgan Marlborough, first team, F • Caroline Flynn (2016) Carly Peetz, first team, D Molly Thomas, second team, F Second-Team (3) • Shay Powell (2009) 2008 • Meghan Anderson (2001) Aysha Jamani, first team, MF Carly Peetz, second team, D • Shannon Tanaka (2001) Molly Thomas, all-newcomer team, F Third-Team (1) 2006 • Morgan Marlborough (2010) Brittany Timko, first team, F Tanya Dennis, second team, D Aysha Jamani, second team, F Big Ten Conference Player of the Year Carly Peetz, all-newcomer team, D Ari Romero, D, 2013 (Defender of the Year) Jordan Jackson, MF, 2013 (Midfielder of the Year) 2005 Sasha Andrews, first team, D Big 12 Conference Player of the Year Aysha Jamani, second team, F Morgan Marlborough, F, 2009, 2010 Brittany Timko, first team, F Brittany Timko, F, 2004, 2005, 2006* Aysha Jamani, all-newcomer team, F (co-player of the year) Christine Latham, F, 2000, 2001 2004 Sharolta Nonen, D, 1999 Sasha Andrews, first team, D Kim Engesser, F, 1998 Tanya Dennis, first team, D Kari Uppinghouse, MF, 1996* Brittany Timko, first team, F (co-player of the year) Sasha Andrews, all-newcomer team, D Big 12 Conference Rookie of the Year 2003 Morgan Marlborough, F, 2009 Jenna Cooper, first team, D Jessie Bruch, all-newcomer team, MF Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 248

249 2002 All-Big 12 Tournament (33) Christine Latham, first team, F 2010 Breanna Boyd, first team, D Morgan Marlborough, F Nikki Baker, all-newcomer team, F Jordan Jackson, F Katie Bunkers, all-newcomer team, D Pam Karakusis, all-newcomer team, D 2005 Jessie Bruch, MF 2001 Brittany Timko, F Meghan Anderson, first team, MF Christine Latham, first team, F 2002 Erin Miller, second team, GK Erin Miller, GK Kori Saunders, second team, F Christy Harms, D (Defensive MVP) Jenna Cooper, all-newcomer team, D Jenna Cooper, D Katie Bunkers, D 2000 Christine Latham, F (Offensive MVP) Breanna Boyd, first team, D Jenny Benson, first team, D 2001 Meghan Anderson, first team, MF Meghan Anderson, MF Christine Latham, first team, F Kori Saunders, MF Karina LeBlanc, second team, GK Christine Latham, F Christine Gluck, second team, D 2000 Kori Saunders, second team, MF Jenny Benson, D Kelly Rheem, second team, F Meghan Anderson, MF Christine Latham, F 1999 Christy Harms, F Meghan Anderson, first team, MF Jenny Benson, first team, MF 1999 Lindsay Eddleman, first team, F Meghan Anderson, MF Isabelle Morneau, first team, D Jenny Benson, MF Sharolta Nonen, first team, D Christine Gluck, D Amy Walsh, first team, MF Isabelle Morneau, D Christine Latham, second team, F Sharolta Nonen, D (Defensive MVP) Kelly Rheem, second team, F 1998 1998 Lindsay Eddleman, F Lindsay Eddleman, first team, F Becky Hogan, MF Kim Engesser, first team, F Isabelle Morneau, D (Defensive MVP) Becky Hogan, first team, MF Sharolta Nonen, D Isabelle Morneau, first team, D Sharolta Nonen, first team, D 1997 Amy Walsh, first team, MF Jenny Benson, MF Meghan Anderson, second team, MF Kim Engesser, F Sharolta Nonen, D 1997 Kari Uppinghouse, MF Jenny Benson, first team, MF Soccer Lindsay Eddleman, first team, F 1996 Kim Engesser, first team, F Jenny Benson, MF Tanya Franck, first team, D Rebecca Hornbacher, GK Isabelle Morneau, first team, MF Isabelle Morneau, F Sharolta Nonen, first team, D Kari Uppinghouse, MF Kari Uppinghouse, first team, MF Rebecca Hornbacher, second team, GK Individual Game Records Points 1996 Points No. Player Jenny Benson, first team, MF 1. 9 Meghan Anderson (3 goals/3 assists) Lindsay Eddleman, first team, F (vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 28, 2001) Isabelle Morneau, first team, F Brittany Timko (3 goals/3 assists) 9 Kari Uppinghouse, first team, MF (vs. Northern Colorado, Sept. 17, 2004) Stephanie Vacek, first team, D Kim Engesser (4 goals) 8 3. Kristen Gay, second team, MF (vs. Baylor, Nov. 7, 1997) Rebecca Hornbacher, second team, GK 8 Meghan Anderson (4 goals) (vs. Oral Roberts, Sept. 3, 1999) All-Big Ten Tournament (5) 8 Morgan Marlborough (4 goals) 2016 (vs. Akron, Sept. 13, 2009) Sydney Miramontez, MF 8 Jaycie Johnson (4 goals) (vs. Southeastern Louisiana, Nov. 15, 2013) 2013 7. 7 Lindsay Eddleman (3 goals/1 assist) Jordan Jackson, MF (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) Jaycie Johnson, F (Offensive Player of the Tournament) 7 Kari Uppinghouse (3 goals/1 assist) Ari Romero, D (Defensive Player of the Tournament (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) 7 Brittany Timko (3 goals/1 assist) 2012 (vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 30, 2005) Maritza Hayes, D Anna Caniglia (3 goals/1 assist) 7 (at Kansas, Oct. 23, 2009) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 249

250 Kari Uppinghouse 1 First-Half Points (vs. Minnesota, Nov. 17, 1996) Points No. Player 1 Becky Hogan Lindsay Eddleman (3 goals/1 assist) 1. 7 (vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1998) (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) 1 Lindsay Eddleman Meghan Anderson (3 goals/1 assist) 7 (vs. Portland, Sept. 12, 1999) (vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 28, 2001) Christine Latham 1 Brittany Timko (2 goals/3 assists) 7 (vs. Texas, Nov. 8, 2002) (vs. Northern Colorado, Sept. 17, 2004) Jessie Bruch 1 Five Tied 6 4. (vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 10, 2003) Brittany Timko 1 Second-Half Points (vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 2003) No. Player Points Nikki Baker 1 1. Jamie Riley (3 goals) 6 (at Missouri, Oct. 1, 2004) (vs. Kansas, Sept. 22, 1995) 1 Nikki Baker Kim Ratliff (3 goals) 6 (at Kansas, Nov. 14, 2004) (vs. Florida State, Oct. 8, 1995) 1 Jessie Bruch 6 Isabelle Morneau (3 goals) (vs. Western Carolina, Sept. 12, 2006) (at Missouri, Oct. 18, 1996) Aysha Jamani 1 Kim Engesser (3 goals) 6 (vs. Baylor, Oct. 6, 2006) (vs. Baylor, Nov. 7, 1997) 1 Shay Powell 6 Kelly Rheem (3 goals) (vs. Oakland, Sept. 14, 2008) (at Texas Tech, Oct. 30, 1998) 1 Molly Thomas Kori Saunders (3 goals) 6 (vs. Kansas, Sept. 26, 2008) (at Texas A&M, Oct. 14, 2001) Sari Raber 1 (vs. Missouri, Sept. 28, 2008) Goals Lauren Isenhower Goals No. Player (vs. Iowa State, Oct. 30, 2009) 1 1. Kim Engesser 4 Ari Romero (vs. Baylor, Nov. 7, 1997) 1 (at Texas Tech, Oct. 3, 2010) 4 Meghan Anderson Stacy Bartels (vs. Oral Roberts, Sept. 3, 1999) (at Virginia Tech, Sept. 9, 2011) 1 Morgan Marlborough 4 Morgan Marlborough (vs. Akron, Sept. 13, 2009) 1 (vs. Iowa, Oct. 20, 2011) 4 Jaycie Johnson (4 goals) Mayme Conroy (vs. Southeastern Louisiana, Nov. 15, 2013) 1 (at Wisconsin, Oct. 5, 2012) 29 Tied 3 5. Caroline Gray 1 (at Iowa, Oct. 18, 2012) First-Half Goals Caroline Gray No. Player Goals 1 (at Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2013) 3 Danielle Boswell 1. Jaycie Johnson (vs. Teikyo Westmar, Sept. 30, 1994) 1 (vs. Penn State, Oct. 27, 2013) Soccer 3 Lindsay Eddleman Mayme Conroy (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) 1 (vs. Maryland, Sept. 28, 2014) 3 Kari Uppinghouse Jaycie Johnson (at Oklahoma State, Oct. 24, 1997) (vs. Central Michigan, Aug. 28, 2015) 1 Meghan Anderson 3 Brenna Ochoa (vs. Oral Roberts, Sept. 3, 1999) (at Oregon State, Aug. 28, 2016) 1 Meghan Anderson 3 Brenna Ochoa (vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 28, 2001) (vs. Kansas, Sept. 2, 2016) 1 Brittany Timko 3 Elyse Huber (at Iowa State, Sept. 26, 2004) (at Purdue, Oct. 12, 2017) 1 Second-Half Goals Assists No. Player Goals No. Player Assists 1. Jamie Riley 3 1. 4 Jenny Benson (vs. Kansas, Sept. 22, 1995) (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) Kim Ratliff 3 Sharolta Nonen 4 (vs. Florida State, Oct. 8, 1995) (at Colorado, Oct. 10, 1999) Isabelle Morneau 3 4 Kari Hogan (at Missouri, Oct. 18, 1996) (vs. Iowa State, Sept. 26, 2003) Kim Engesser 3 14 Tied 3 4. (vs. Baylor, Nov. 7, 1997) Kelly Rheem 3 First-Half Assists (at Texas Tech, Oct. 30, 1998) Assists No. Player Kori Saunders 3 1. Jenny Benson 3 (at Texas A&M, Oct. 14, 2001) (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) Brittany Timko 3 Overtime Goals (vs. Northern Colorado, Sept. 17, 2004) Goals No. Player 15 Tied 3. 2 1 Tanya Franck 1. (at Montana, Sept. 11, 1994) Second-Half Assists Kari Uppinghouse 1 No. Player Assists (vs. Vanderbilt, Sept. 22, 1996) 3 1. Sandy Smith Lindsay Eddleman 1 (vs. Kansas, Sept. 22, 1995) (vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 10, 1996) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 250

251 3 Kari Uppinghouse Shots on Goal (vs. Colorado College, Sept. 20, 1996) SOG No. Player 3 Sharolta Nonen 8 1. Kari Uppinghouse (at Colorado, Oct. 10, 1999) (at Missouri, Oct. 18, 1996) Brittany Timko 3 Jordan Jackson 7 2. (vs. Eastern Illinois, Sept. 3, 2004) (at Texas Tech, Oct. 3, 2010) Jordan Jackson 3 7 Jaycie Johnson (at Purdue, Oct. 11, 2013) (vs. Southeastern Louisiana, Nov. 15, 2013) 6. 17 Tied 2 6 Lindsay Eddleman 4. (vs. Colorado, Oct. 13, 1996) Christy Harms 6 Overtime Assists (vs. Drury, Sept. 3, 2000) Assists No. Player Christine Latham 6 1. 1 Jamie Riley (vs. Texas A&M, Oct. 8, 2000) (at Montana, Sept. 11, 1994) Meghan Anderson 6 1 Jenny Benson (vs. Oklahoma, Oct. 15, 2000) (vs. Vanderbilt, Sept. 22, 1996) 6 Christine Latham Meghan Anderson 1 (vs. Creighton, Sept. 20, 2002) (vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1998) 6 Christine Latham Jenny Benson 1 (vs. Indiana State, Sept. 22, 2002) (vs. Portland, Sept. 12, 1999) 6 Brittany Timko Sasha Andrews 1 (at Texas Tech, Oct. 30, 2005) (at Missouri, Oct. 1, 2004) Morgan Marlborough 6 1 Brittany Timko (at Purdue, Sept. 23, 2011) (at Missouri, Oct. 1, 2004) 6 Jordan Jackson Abby Penas 1 (vs. Cincinnati, Aug. 25, 2013) (at Kansas, Nov. 14, 2004) Brittany Timko 1 (vs. Western Carolina, Sept. 12, 2006) Goalkeeper Saves Brittany Timko 1 No. Player Saves (vs. Baylor, Oct. 6, 2006) 13 Tara Macdonald 1. 1 Carly Peetz (at Oklahoma, Oct. 14, 2010) (vs. Baylor, Oct. 6, 2006) 2. Karina LeBlanc 12 1 Lindsay Poehling (vs. Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1998) (vs. Kansas, Sept. 26, 2008) 12 Erin Miller Shay Powell 1 (vs. Texas, Oct. 4, 2002) (vs. Missouri, Sept. 28, 2008) 4. 11 Emma Stevens Michaella Fulmer 1 (at Ohio State, Oct. 16, 2011) (vs. Missouri, Sept. 28, 2008) Molly Thomas 1 (vs. Iowa State, Oct. 30, 2009) Individual Season Records Morgan Marlborough Points 1 (at Texas Tech, Oct. 3, 2010) No. Player (Year) Points Morgan Marlborough 1. 61 Kim Engesser (1998) (at Virginia Tech, Sept. 9, 2011) 1 Christine Latham (2000) 57 2. Katie Goetzmann 3. 55 Kim Engesser (1997) Soccer (vs. Iowa, Oct. 20, 2011) 1 4. Meghan Anderson (1999) 54 Stacy Bartels Morgan Marlborough (2009) 49 5. 1 (at Wisconsin, Oct. 5, 2012) 6. Kari Uppinghouse (1996) 48 Emma Stevens 48 Morgan Marlborough (2010) (vs. Penn State, Oct. 27, 2013) 1 8. Christine Latham (2001) 46 Jourden Casey Morgan Marlborough (2011) 46 (vs. Maryland, Sept. 28, 2014) 1 10. Brittany Timko (2004) 43 Meg Brandt 43 Brittany Timko (2005) (at Oregon State, Aug. 28, 2016) 1 Meg Brandt Goals (at Purdue, Oct. 12, 2017) 1 Player (Year) Goals No. 1. Kim Engesser (1998) 27 Shots 26 2. Kim Engesser (1997) No. Player Shots 3. 23 Christine Latham (2000) 1. Christine Latham 12 Meghan Anderson (1999) 4. 21 (vs. UAB, Sept. 2, 2001) 21 Morgan Marlborough (2009) Molly Thomas 12 Morgan Marlborough (2011) 6. 20 (vs. South Dakota, Sept. 18, 2009) 7. Kari Uppinghouse (1996) 19 11 Kristen Gay 3. 8. 18 Christine Latham (2001) (vs. Iowa State, Oct. 6, 1995) Morgan Marlborough (2010) 18 11 Erica De Vitis 10. Lindsay Eddleman (1996) 17 (at Arkansas, Oct. 1, 1995) Jaycie Johnson (2013) 17 11 Stephanie Vacek (vs. Kansas, Sept. 22, 1995) 11 Christine Latham (vs. Indiana State, Sept. 22, 2002) Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 2018-19 2018-19 Nebraska All-Sports Record Book 251

252 Game-Winning Goals Goals-Against Average No. (Minimum 1,200 minutes in goal) GWG Player (Year) Kim Engesser (1998) 1. GAA 8 No. Player (Year) Christine Latham (2000) 8 0.40 Karina LeBlanc (2000) 1. Christine Latham (2002) 0.51 8 Rebecca Hornbacher (1996) 2. 7 0.51 4. Kari Uppinghouse (1996) Karina LeBlanc (1999) 0.64 Aubrei Corder (2017) 4. 7 Jaycie Johnson (2013) 6 0.70 6. Kari Uppinghouse (1997) 5. Karina LeBlanc (1998) Morgan Marlborough (2011) 6 Jaycie Johnson (2016) 6 Fewest Goals Allowed 5 9. Danielle Boswell (1994) (Minimum 1,200 minutes in goal) Jenny Benson (1996) 5 Goals Player (Year) No. Lindsay Eddleman (1998) 5 Karina LeBlanc (2000) 1. 9 Meghan Anderson (1999) 5 2. 11 Rebecca Hornbacher (1996) Christine Latham (2001) 5 13 Karina LeBlanc (1999) 3. Nikki Baker (2004) 5 13 Aubrei Corder (2017) 5 Mayme Conroy (2013) 5. 14 Karina LeBlanc (1998) Assists Saves Player (Year) No. Assists No. Saves Player (Year) 1. 2