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Florida State s Stanley Scott recovers a fumble by Nebraska's Dana Brlnson In
the first half of Saturday's game. The fumble was one of two by Nebraska In the
Heat takes early toll on Huskers
LOSS from Page 8 "After their quarterback (McManus) Eight and we're capable of wining a
went out it seemed like they were major bowl if we play the type of ball we
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the game and we thought that the fum- was that," he said. "Their receivers
bles would be the difference," he said, weren't even making cuts to try and get
Saturday's heat also was a factor, open."
particularly early in the gameWatkins Watkins said he wasn't challenged
said. The temperature at kickoff was 93 in the second half and even "felt like
degrees, but thermometers on the sta- going to sleep a couple of times."
dium's artificial surface showed read- Nebraska held the Seminoles to 53
ings as high as 132 degrees. yards passing after halftime. McBride
"It was pretty hot out there in the said the Huskers made some defensive
first half," Watkins said. "But I kind of adjustments and decided to "go with
cooled offandgota second wind in the some of tn WO who had played in
second half and it really didn't feel that somTe before."
hot " thought the defense rose to the
Osborne was nleased with the def- occasion in the second haIf" WaMns
oncif .Tot K.LlToVf said. "We shut them out, but then they
ensive play in the second half. m fte sam(j tQ Uj
"The defense played much better in ' we still have respect for Florida
the second half," he said. "We showed state," he said. "But it's not like they
signs of being a better football team as aii 0Ver us and did what they
the game progressed." wanted to do, though."
McManus, who finished with 172 The Seminoles finished with a total
yards passing, left the game early in the of 290 yards while the Huskers had 412.
fourth quarter after he was decked by "One good thing about this game is
Husker defensive tackle Jim Skow. that we found out we could drive the
McManus was replaced by senior Kirk ball," said Clayton, who finished with
Cocker and never returned to the game. 97 yards rushing. "We're a strong, phys-
At that point Watkins, one of the few ical and aggressive football team. We
experienced players in the Nebraska just have to pull together and things
secondary, said the Seminole offense will click for us, for sure,
played a "tentative" game. "We capable of winning the Big
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