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Oklahoma vs Nebraska Score: Live match updates, college football scores, and the top 25 NCAA events today

Oklahoma vs Nebraska Score: Live match updates, college football scores, and the top 25 NCAA events today

Nebraska had been hoping to make a big statement Saturday in the wake of Scott Frost’s launch last weekend, but that effort failed during the first half as No. 6 Nebraska leads 35-7 at the break in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Sooners took some early hits but scored touchdowns in five of their eight series within the first 30 minutes.

Oklahoma struggled to run the ball against Kent State a week ago, but the Sooners took every opportunity against the Cornhuskers. They scored 165 yards and three touchdowns in just 23 loads in the first half, including 61 yards recruited by quarterback Dillon Gabriel. The Sooners signal caller scored a 166-yard pass and touchdown pass in the first inning, while Brayden Willis added a 24-yard pass to Marcus Major in a trick game.

Nebraska was exceptional on her first written drive, cutting 77 yards in under two minutes thanks to a masterful performance from Casey Thompson. Since then, Kornhusker’s crime has been disastrous. Nebraska has only 66 yards since the first drive, dropped by four bags allowed by a porous offensive line. Freshman running back Ajay Allen showed some promise with a 40-yard dash, but the Cornhuskers were still at 3.4 sack-adjusted yards per carry.

The Sooners defense was exceptional with eight tackles to lose and four sacks per game. Two TFLs came from defensive end Ethan Downs, while Downs, Jonah Lolo, Jalen Redmond and Da Shaun had a White Case. White was sent off for targeting in the second quarter, but freshman Yaren Kanak hasn’t allowed the efforts to subside since he was sent off.

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