Nebraska Football live Today 2022 The defense closed business before Gabriel and Sooners took their first lead in the first

quarter with 1:57. Gabriel put the finishing touches on a seven-play, 63-yard drive with his 25-yard touchdown pass to make

Jalil Farooq 14-7. Farooq finished the game with three receptions for 58 yards, while Marvin Mims led the early receiver

in the afternoon with four catches for 66 yards. Nebraska's offense was unable to respond to Ou's second touchdown,

and the Sooners scored on a short drive set up by a 34-yard punt return by Mims. Marcus Major extended OU 21-7 in the second

period on a one-yard touchdown run to just 12 seconds and only 55 seconds to end the five-play, 23-yard drive.

The Major saw his second touchdown, this time on trick-play, on a pass from Breden Willis on a 24-yard reception, leaving Oklahoma 

 in the 11:35 half to give him a 28-7 lead. Major finished with 35 rushing yards on 12 carries. About 10 minutes later,

OU ended the first half scoring to close a five-play, 65-yard drive with a 16-yard touchdown run by Eric Gray. Gray, 

who added a touchdown at the start of the third quarter, led all rushers in the game with 11 carries for 113 yards.

Despite the Nebraska defense getting three stops in the first half, Sooners covered a total of 355 yards in the first half.

The Huskers covered a total of 148 yards in the half, but just 71 after the opening drive. Thompson completed a 13-in-18 pass 

or 108 yards and a score for Nebraska, but was dismissed four times. Sack yardage knocked Nebraska's running total 

to just 40 yards on 25 carries, 40 yards on nine carries from Allen and 30 yards on 11 tots from Allen.

Nebraska will regroup during a bye week before returning to Big Ten Conference action at Memorial Stadium on 

homecoming against Indiana on Saturday, October 1. Television has not been announced for the evening kickoff (6 or 6:30 p.m.).