October 20, 2007
NU Notes: Huskers struggle with A&M ground game
Texas A&M's high-octane rushing offense lived up to its billing Saturday as the Aggies rushed for 359 yards in their 36-14 win over Nebraska.
Quarterback Stephen McGee was the catalyst of the Aggie option attack, rushing for a career-high 167 yards on 35 carries (also a career high).
"You have to give credit to McGee, we had a hard time stopping the read option," Nebraska head coach Bill Callahan said. "They kept it quite a bit. We tried to really collapse and close on the big guy - Lane. They did a nice job on that read. He made a lot of plays off that."
Running back Jorvorskie Lane averaged 8.7 yards per carry Saturday, picking up 130 yards on 15 carries.
The 6-foot, 268-pound junior had jaunts 22, 27 and 31 yards, the three longest runs of his career.
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