Ameer Abdullah produced a school-record 341 all-purpose yards, including 225 rushing, to power the No. 16 Huskers to a 42-24 win over Rutgers. while senior Kenny Bell hauled in six receptions for 63 yards to increase his career total to 167 receptions to pass Nate Swift's previous school mark of 166. Abdullah’s performance included touchdown runs of 53 and 48 yards on back-to-back carries to power Nebraska to a 21-7 halftime lead. On his opening carry of the second half, he addeda 49-yard burst.

Get the details and Tommie's take on the Husker's winning performance on this episode of Xs & Os presented by InoTek.

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