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Nebraska 11-Game Statistics

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By BRAD MORGAN
Okay, so it's not Miami Beach or
Pasadena. Big deal. Take it from
someone who's been there twice -
Tempe, Arizona is warm, beautiful
and a great place to party. Throw in
the Fiesta Bowl activities, and you've
got all the fixings for a great bowl
game vacation.
Scenery is the key word throughout
the area they call the "Valley of the
Sun." Lots of desert, but all of the type

known as living desert, not Death
Valley. Rising out of the desert are
small "hills" that would qualify as
mountains in Michigan, and one
major mountain - Superstition
Mountain, home of the famous Lost
Dutchman Mine.
TWISTING throughout the peaks
and canyons surrounding Superstition
Mountain, the Apache Trail is a truly
breathtaking drive. The drive in-
cludes the dams and lakes of the Salt

River along the wa3
including the Roosev
to National Monu
highlight includes I
edge of cliffs as you
close to the edge
twisted wrecks of
before you and didn'
tight turn. I'm not ki
Within five hours
Phoenix area lie s
trips that offer outsta
.'ST

scenery and n
y, with highlights historical sites, including the fabled
felt Dam and Ton- Grand Canyon.
ment. Another The Canyon is a five-hour drive nor-
looking over the th from Tempe. Well known for its
u wind perilously natural monuments such as Wupatiki
and seeing the National Monument and Sunset
cars that went Crater, it is a must see. Fiesta Bowl
t quite make that organizers who were in town several
dding. weeks ago said that a new wrinkle is
of the Tempe- to take a charter plane or helicopter
everal other day ride that takes you right down into the
anding scenery or heart of the canyon. While it's expen-
sive (the cheapest one is around $35),
the view is supposedly like nothing
you've experienced in your life.
OTHER excellent trips within a
day's driving distance are ones to the
Sedona - Oak Creek Canyon, a mec-
ca for art lovers; a trip to the city of
Prescott; a visit to the Mogollon Rim,
a geological fault; Montezuma's
Castle and Well; or Tucson, home of
the Old Tucson, filming site of many a
western movie. In addition, Nogales,
Mexico (read: mega-shopping
bargains) and Las Vegas are not that
far away. Travel information is
available from the Phoenix visitors
Bureau.
For those who consider the bottom
of a margarita glass to be interesting
scenery, don't fret, there's plenty of
action for you too. After all, Tempe is
a college town, and even though most
of the students will be home for break,
the bars are still there.
Heading the way with good food and
drinks at reasonable prices is Wacky
Willy's in Tempe. Specializing in
Mexican food, Willy's offers two for
one drinks on Sundays, two for one
dinners on Wednesdays and Sundays
from 4-10 p.m., and a daily happy hour
from 4-7 p.m. The atmosphere and
a dress is casual, and prices range from
ar's first an- $6on dinners and 75 cents -$3 on dinks
What a bargain.

'htlife make

FOR all those Greeks making the
trip, the Dash Inn is the place to go.
Employee Rich Johns said that the
Dash "is very much a hangout, lots of
Greeks, and all students," and that it
also "has the best margaritas in the
Valley." (He actually said "Margs"
for all you trendy folk you want to be
up on all the latest words.) Food
ranges from Mexican to good old
hamburgers, and costs anywhere.
from $2-5. A large pitcher of margs
goes for $11 while a small is priced at
$6.
If anyone is looking to cruise the
meat market atmosphere, the Devil
House sounds like the place for you.
Instead of a person answering their
phone, a recording came on that
sounded like an ad for a tractor pull at
the Silverdome. You know what I
mean - "lots of traction action-action
action! ! ! !" It was that bad. Instead
of tractors, the Devil House offers a
"9,000 watt laser disc soud system and
amazing high tech light show."
Located in an old warehouse, the bar
does offer the benefits of a large
wooden dance floor that according to
Tempe sources is always packed. One
word of warning - the tape finished
by saying "Please, no torn, ripped, or
sloppily sewn clothing." Darn, count
me out I guess.
Other places for dining and drinking
include Danny O'Brians, the Miner's
Camp (maybe the best barbecued ribs
in the world), Lunt Avenue, and
any one of the several Black Angus
restaurants in the area.
AND IF all that isn't enough to keep
you busy, the Fiesta folks have a slew
of entertaining activities to keep you
busy.
The biggest of the pre-game
festivities is the Fiesta Bowl Parade.
Held on December 31 at noon, the

SCORES

Date
9/7
9/21
9/28
10/s
10/12
10/19
10/26
11/2
11/9
11/16
11/23

Neb
13 FLORIDA STATE
52 ILLINOIS
63 OREGON
38 NEW MEXICO
34 at Oklahoma State
28 at Missouri
17 COLORADO
41 at Kansas State
49 IOWA STATE
56 KANSAS
7 at Oklahoma

Opp Attend
17 75,943
25 76,149
0 75,947
7 75,902
24 50,400
20 62.733
7 76,014
3 41,200
0 75,920
26 75,863
27 75,004

Rushing ................... 40 8
Passing ................... 6 8
Other................... 4 0
PATs/Att..................4/50 15/16
2-Pt. Conv/Att............... 0/0 1/2
Field Goals/Att.............. 15/24 8/10
3d Dn. Att.................... 63/164 46/176
Success Pct.................. 38.4 26.1
Score By Quarter
Neb 72 143 93 90
Opponents .......... 48 26 33 29
Time of Possession .........................
Time of Possession .........351.06 308.14
Individual

Passing
Att PC Int
Clayton.............78 28 7
Turner ...............55 21 3
Taylor .............. 6 3 1
Blakeman...........5 3 0
Receiving
No Yds Avg
Schnitzler ............ 16 382 23.9
Sheppard ............. 9 281 31.2
Smith ................ 8 121 15.1
DuBW ............. 5 65 13.0
Lindstrom ........... 3 59 19.7
Frain ..............3 59 19.7
Rathman ............. 3 44 14.7
Banderas...........2 26 13.0
Hawkins............ 2 26 13.0
Krantz ...............1 11 11.0
Brinson .............. 1 5 5.0
Kaelin................ 1 3 3.0
Miles ................ 1 -2 -2.0

Yds
602
418
38
22
TD
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0

TD
3
3
0
0
LP
64
82
29
19
31
24
22
14
14
11
5
3
-2

Knox.........
Skow..........
Parsons .......
Noonan.......
Washington ..
Tucker.......
Spachman .......
Daffer...........
Carr.........
Siebler........
Smith........
Miller.........
Davis........
Carl .............
Holloway...
Smith........
Reeves.......
Thomas.......
Watkins .......
Jones........
Forch.........
Profitt..........
Rozier........
Shead........
Tyrer .........
Tomjack.
Rogers.......
Etienne .......
Thayer ........
Shaw .........
Schneider ...
Pokorny .........
Reynolds ........
Palmer ........
Jamrog.......
Groskurth.
Welniak .........
Jobman .........
Paige .........
Van Dyke.
Henning ......
Fryar.........

1/1
25/15
1/1
14/11
3/0
5/3
7/2
2/1
0/0
1/0
2/0
0/0
2/1
1/0
7/3
6/2
2/1
2/2
0/0
2/3
0/0
2/4
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
1/1
0/0
1/1
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0

Rozier...
Watkins..
Pokorny ...
Reeves ....
Smith...
Nebraska
Opponents

TEAM

Total First Downs.........
Rushing................
Passing................
Other .....................
Total Net Yards .............
Total Plays ................
Avg. Per Play.........
Avg. Per Game..........
Net Rushing Yards........
Total Attempts ............
Avg. Per Play .............
Avg. Per Game.........
Net Passing Yards........

Neb
238
188
45
5
5197
841
6.2
472
4117
697
5.9
374.3
1080

Att/Comp/Int............144/55/113
Avg. Per Att............... 7.5
Avg. Per Comp.............. 19.6
Avg. Per Game...........98.2
Punt/Avg/Blk............. 48/41.7/0
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg.........33/278/8.4
KO Rt/Yds/Avg...........24/633/26.4
Int/yds...................... 21/363
Fumbles/Lost.............42/20
Penalties/Yds .............. 55/431
Scoring
Total Pts/Avg............... 398/36.2
Touchdowns ................. 50

Opp
167
80
79
8
3070
765
4.0
279
1333
446
3.0
121.2
1737
319/153/20
5.4
11.4
157.9
90/40.7/0
14/88/6.3
57/873/15.3
11/66
36/17
59/384
136/12.4
16

Rushing
Att Yds Avg
DuBose...........203 1161 5.7
Rathman...........118 881 7.5
Miles .................102 706 6.8
Sheppard ............. 21 295 14.0
Clayton.............83 290 3.5
Jones .............38 240 6.3
Kaelin.............. 17 137 8.1
Taylor ............... 14 103 7.4
Kelley................ 22 93 4.2
Blakeman...........15 65 4.3
Nelson .............5 38 7.6
J. Taylor ............ 7 31 4.4
Casterline ............ 8 29 3.6
Knox ................. 4 21 5.3
Lindstrom ........... 4 18 4.5
Brinson ............2 14 7.0
Blankenship .......... 0 7 0.0
Heibel ................ 2 5 2.5
Turner .............. 24 4 0.2
Mlinar ............... 2 2 1.0
Hedlund............2 2 1.0
Schnitzler........... 2 -2 -1.0

TD
8
8
5
4
5
3
2
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

LP
51
84
53
52
43
33
72
32
12
14
9
10
9
7
7
16
7
3
13
8
1
1

Nebraska..........55 1080 19.6 6 82
Opponents..........153 1737 11.4 8 49
Field Goals
20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 LP
Klein, Dale ......... 24 4-06-68 1-2 50
Schnitzler, Craig .. .0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 35
Drennan, Chris ...... 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 42
NEBRA3KA.........2-4 5-8 7-10 1-2 50
Opponents...........2-2 3-3 2-3 0-1 44
Punting
No Yds Avg Blkd LP
Wingard, Dan........46 1934 42.0 0 70
Klein, Dale ........... 2 67 33.5 0 35
NEBRASKA.........48 2001 41.7 0 70
Opponents...........90 3659 40.7 0 67
DEFENSE

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Nebrask
Oklahon
Colorado
Iowa St.
Kansas
Kansas S
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time.

Interceptions
No Yds TD
Carr ............ 3 97 1
Washington ..... 3 4 0
Spachman....... 2 114 2
Davis ........... 2 27 0
Munford.........2 26 0
Carl............. 2 23 0
Knox ............ 2 3 0

Nebraska ............697 4117 5.9 40 84
Opponents.........446 1333 3.0 8 88

Tackles
Tack Asst
Munford......... 43 24

LP
56
5
76
18
24
23
3

Tot TFL/ QB
67 1/0

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