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Nebraska Football

Stats and Highlights from Nebraska's 2019 Spring Game

April 13, 2019
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Just like head coach Scott Frost said, Nebraska played football on Saturday. And it played itself. In front of some 85,000 fans, the Huskers held their annual scrimmage 

Here are stats and highlights from a 24-13 Red team win over the White team in Nebraska’s annual spring game.

Stats:

​​​​​Red Passing

  C/A Yards TDs INTs Passer Rtg.
Noah Vedral 13/19 144 0 1 121.6
Adrian Martinez 5/9 110 1 0 194.9
Luke McCaffrey 1/8 0 0 1 -12.5

White Passing

  C/A Yards TDs INTs Passer Rtg.
Andrew Bunch 9/21 80 0 1 65.3
Matt Masker 3/8 61 1 0 142.8
Luke McCaffrey 2/5 14 0 0 63.5

​​Red Rushing

  Carries Yards YPC Touchdowns
Brody Belt 13 53 4.1 0
Austin Hemphill 6 32 5.3 0
Wyatt Mazour 7 18 2.6 1
Noah Vedral 2 17 8.5 0
Luke McCaffrey 6 10 1.7 0
Connor Ruth 2 4 2.0 0
Adrian Martinez 6 1 0.2 1

White Rushing

  Carries Yards YPC Touchdowns
Jaylin Bradley 12 57 4.8 0
Miles Jones 3 12 4.0 0
Luke McCaffrey 2 9 4.5 0
Corbin Ruth 1 6 6.0 0
Matt Masker 3 3 1.0 0
Andrew Bunch 4 -6 -1.5 0

​​Red Receiving

  Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Todd Honas 3 39 0
Wyatt Mazour 3 22 0
Kade Warner 2 58 0
Austin Allen 2 54 0
Brody Belt 2 19 0
Kurt Rafdal 2 16 0
Jamie Nance 2 13 0
Andre Hunt 2 12 0
Jaron Woodyard 1 21 1

White Receiving

  Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Miles Jones 3 44 0
Jaylin Bradley 3 13 0
Ty Chaffin 2 6 0
Christian Banker 2 4 0
Wyatt Liewer 1 55 1
Jaevon McQuitty 1 12 0
Katerian LeGrone 1 11 0
Bennett Folkers 1 10 0

Specialists:

  • Kicker Barrett Pickering: 3-for-3 on field goals, long 45
  • Punter Caleb Lightbourn: 3 punts for 88 yards, 29.3 average, long 36
  • Punter Isaac Armstrong: 4 punts for 150 yards, 37.5 average, long 44
  • Punter Jackson Walker: 4 punts for 157 yards, 39.2 average, long 44

Highlights

The first touchdown of the game came from none other than the Huskers’ star quarterback, Adrian Martinez. The first two, actually. Martinez ran a quarterback draw from inside the 10-yard-line for the game’s opening score, then broke containment on the first play of the second quarter to find senior wideout Jaron Woodyard for the second score.

Freshman wideout Jamie Nance was looking at his first reception in a Husker uniform. Senior defensive back Avery Anderson had other ideas. After a major hit that jarred the ball loose, sophomore linebacker Jordan Paup jumped on it for the interception.

 
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