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for 141 yards. He has thrown one
touchdown pass but has had three
inteiceptions. Junioi quatterback Dave
Humm is next, completing eight of 14
passes for 102 yards. He has thrown 2
touchdown passes and has had one
Nebraska's leading pass receiver is
senior tight end Brent Longwell. He has
caught seven passes for 72 yards and one
touchdown. Senior split end Frosty
Anderson is next, catching five passes for
80 yaids and two touchdowns.
Nebraska's kicking specialist, Rich
Sanger, will not play in today's game.
Against North Carolina State, Sanger
suffered a severely sprained knee, but
should be ready for the Minnesota game.
Sophomore Mike Coyle will assume the
kicking duties and senior Bob Thornton
will punt for the Huskers.
Defensively, senior middle guard John
Bell leads the Blackshit ts with 25 tackles.
Against North Carolina State, Bell had 18
tackles, 13 of them unassisted. The
matchup between Bell and Wisconsin's
Webster should be something to watch.
Junioi linebacker Bob Nelson and senior
defensive back Zaven Yarglian have 11
After the UCLA game, since
second-game Big 8 statistics were not
available, Huskers rank favorably with
other conference schools.
Davis was the Big 8's leading rusher,
Longwell was the conferences' second
leading receiver, and Runty was the
Oveiall, the Huskers ranked third in
total offense among other Big 8 schools
and wei(! fifth in total defense.
Nebi aska's pass defense was tanked first
in tht; Big 8 and the nation.
Nebiaska's next game is Oct. 6 with
the Minnesota Gophers at MinneaX)lis.
Minnesota laces Kansas today, at
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