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The Cornhuskers kept it close by generating fouls near the basket and going 9 for 10 from the free-throw line through the first 16 minutes. They missed 12 of their first 20 shots from the field. Nebraska went more than five minutes without a field goal until Theriot's wing jumper with 2:08 left in the half tied it at 30.

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"If you got a good bounce on the green, great, even though just to make sure that I'm on the right side and I have enough green to work with. But I hit a very good tee shot and I had a good bounce as well so I had like a (4-footer) for eagle and I made it."

Chicago gave up three turnovers and couldn't keep up with the passing attack of Iowa. In a game where defense is key, the Rush were out-manned. Their offense struggled as well, as rookie quarterback, Carson Coffman had difficulty targeting his receivers, especially on deep routes. Rush receiver Rodney Wright had 12 receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns, then added 13 rushing yards to lead Chicago's offense. Wide receiver Reggie Gray had four touchdowns, scoring his 100th touchdown catch. Gray's achievement was the only fireworks for a very flat Chicago team.