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The Grand Island Independent: Wrapper

Saturday, October 25, 2014
Photos for Sunday, September 12, 2010
Date: 9/11/2010 Album ID: 1074116
Photos by Barrett Stinson
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Nebrask Coach Bo Pelini leads his players onto the field against Idaho before their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers went on to defeat the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Roy Helu Jr. runs wide as Aaron Grymes of Idaho pursues him during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Brandon Kinnie is tackled by Aaron Grymes of Idaho after making a reception during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Lavonte David (left) and Jared Crick (right) sack Idaho quarterback Nathan Enderle during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Rex Burkhead (22) runs for a long gain against Idaho during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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The helmet of Idaho's Jonah Sataraka (left) flies from his head as he is blocked by Ricky Henry of Nebraska during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Pierre Allen and his defensive teammates celebrate after a play against Idaho during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Idaho's Daniel Hardy (left) make a long one-handed catch against DeJon Gomes of Nebraska during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Rex Burkhead (right) makes a long reception against Aaron Grymes of Idaho during the third quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Niles Paul (right) tries to make a one-handed catch in the corner of the end zone while being defended by Aaron Grymes of Idaho during the first quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. Paul didn't make the catch, but the Huskers went on to defeat the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez (3) breaks free for a long touchdown run against Idaho during the second quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's DeJon Gomes celebrates a touchdown after an interception of an Idaho pass during the second quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Rex Burkhead (right) makes a long reception against Aaron Grymes of Idaho during the third quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Taylor Martinez (left) runs through the tackle of Shiloh Keo of Idaho during the third quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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Nebraska's Taylor Martinez (right) temporarily loses the football after it's knocked loose by Kenneth Patten of Idaho during the third quarter of their game Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. Martinez recovered the fumble and scored on the play, as the Huskers defeated the Vandals 38-17. (The Independent/Barrett Stinson)
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