The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 25, 1994 · 30
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 30

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IOC SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1994 HUSKERS UNCOLN JOURNAL-STAR ' J. ' I u V. ; -v A V . S - TED KIRK. LINCOLN JOURNAL-STAR Nebraska split end Reggie Baul (right) tries in vain to break away from Pacfic outside linebacker Jami Anderson at the end of a 21 -yard pass -reception from Brook Berringer late in the first quarter. Baul also caught a 7-yard pass on the next play. COLOR q it 0 4, if f ( j 4,... ' 1 f :1 v 7- , i . 1 9 .- r ... ' - 1 - . . . GAL FOLOAUNCOLN JOURNAL-STAR J Tommie Frazier (center in parka) joins his fellow offensive starters in watching the game from the bench In the third quarter. Frazier played : only on the Huskers' first two drives of the game, and other starters saw limited action. ; 1 For starters, boredom becomes foe BY CURT MCKEEVER Lincoln Joumat-Star Lawrence Phillips looked more bored than tired. "When you're sitting on the bench, the game's a lot slower," said Nebraska's starting I-back, who spent the majority of Saturday's 70-21 victory against Pacific wrapped in a cape on the NU sidelines. "We had a lot more depth and talent. It was big school against small school." Phillips, one of five different Cornhuskers to run for a touchdown, made the most of his time on the field. The sophomore from West Covina, Calif., gained 138 yards on just nine carries. That's an average of 15.3 yards per attempt. "I got a pretty good workout today," he said. He was about the only Nebraska starter who did. Quarterback Tommie Frazier played nine snaps, driving the Cornhuskers to two touchdowns before leaving the game for good. "It was hardly worth changing my clothes," said Frazier, who was nursing a sore calf muscle. "All I was able to do was cheer for the other players because I knew I wasnt going in. When you're on the sidelines when the game is out of hand, all you do is sit around and joke with the other players on the sidelines." While he was in the game, Frazier completed 1 of 2 passes for 26 yards. But while he sat bundled . it i; t. ; "A i t v f n GAM. FOLOAUNCOLN JOURNAL-STAR Husker fullback Cory Schlesinger (40) runs away from Pacific's Nathan Young on a 39-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter. The score gave NU a 28-0 lead. jf , GAL FOLOAUNCOLN JOURNAL-STAR up on a bench inside a fence that separates the Nil's Lawrence Phillips (1) breaks away from Pacific's Darius Cunnigan(left) on a 74-yard Cornhuskers from the crowd, he wasn't thinking touchdown run in the first quarter, while tackle Zach Wiegert (72) celebrates. Phillips,: the about stats. At that point, late in the first half, his starting i-DacK, earned only nine times, out gained l w yaras. focus was on getting a bite of a Memorial Sta dium, hot dog. "i d ratner not discuss it, r razier saia wnen cuung reaiiy wen. nopetuuy, we can ao ims asked how his piece tasted, Oh, come oa How was it? They're all right," Frazier said. "We all had a carries. Two of those ended in the end zone, bite of them. I That also could be the case again next year, every game. , wnen me lornnusKers piay racuic in Memorial Schlesinger rushed for 51 yards on just three btadium on bept. 23. x we do; r lumps asked in a tone that sug- Later, he planned to attend a celebration for gested he wished that weren't the case. "We have As starting fullback Cory Schlesinger noted: him thrown by people from his hometown of Dun- everything to lose in these kind of games. But If "It was a pretty fun game." , Fun? "The intensity was there the first quarter, and can and from Columbus, where he attended high you set goals and each game is looked at as the school. biggest of the season, then you shouldn't havfe "There were four busloads of people here problems getting ready. then it was pretty much a fun game," Schlesinger today." he said. "I think this will be the game they "I thought we stayed focused on this gamel dian t ta&e mem ugntiy ana executed very welt t said. "It's tough to defend when Nebraska is exe- could get the most tickets for.' 1 mi, in$ (ory Qt TP ' JO TxJi if 4 f mm mm. , W '-Wo GAL FOLOAAJNCOLN JOURNAL-STAR Nebraska l-back Damon Benning (21) catches a pass for a 4-yard gain in the third quarter as Pacific's Bill Denny (1 0) and Jam! Anderson close in for the tackle. f 7T" j. X "4 x V 1 .twiuAAJ.,, , TU)WRKAJNCOUJCIURNAL-STA NU backup quarterback Brook Berringer (1 8) tucks the bal In and runs for 8 yards In the second Nebraska defensive backs Eric Stokes (1 6) and Barron Miles (back) lay at the feet of an official after coCidina on a quator as Pacific cornerback Darius Cumigan wals to make the tackle. ' . pass play in the first quarter. Neither player was seriousV injured, but both left the game. - 4

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