Nebraska Had 784 Yards Of Offense Today, The Most Ever In A Game By A Big Ten Team

Nebraska’s season opener went pretty well. The Huskers blew out Florida Atlantic, 55-7, setting a Big Ten record in the process. 

On the day, Nebraska totaled 784 yards of total offense, the most ever by a Big Ten team in a single game. The Huskers had 498 yards rushing–232 by Heisman candidate Ameer Abdullah–and 286 yards through the air. 

While it was a record-setting day for a Big Ten team, it wasn’t for Nebraska. 

Nebraska faces McNeese State next Saturday.


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