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The Grand Island Independent: Wrapper

Monday, September 22, 2014
Nebraska vs. Florida Atlantic
Date: 9/5/2009 Album ID: 830704
Photos by Independent Staff Photos
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Florida Atlantic's Alfred Morris is brought down by Huskery Larry Asante during the second half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. Nebraska won 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Rex Burkhead finds a hole in the Florida Atlantic defense during the first half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Rex Burkhead pushes up against Florida Atlantic defender Michael Lockley at the goal line in the scond half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. Burkhead was denied the touchdown on the play. Nebraska won 49-3.  (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Huskers Pierre Allen (95), Ndamukong Suh (93) and Barry Turner (99) combine to bring down Florida Atlantic's Avionne Rolle during the second half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. The Huskers beat the Owls 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Husker Curenski Gilleylen runs for the endzone for the team's second touchdown of the first half against Florida Atlantic at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Husker quarterback Cody Green fights against Florida Atlantic's Michael Lockley to cross into the endzone for a second half touchdown at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. The Huskers won 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Roy Helu Jr. runs away from Florida Atlantic defenders on his way to a second half touchdoen at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. Nebraska won 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Menelik Holt celebrates the Huskers' first touchdown against Florida Atlantic at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsleyat Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Husker quarterback Zac Lee drops back for a pass during the second half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. The ball was intercepted on the play.  Nebraska beat Florida Atlantic 49-3.(The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Matt O'Hanlon throws the bones after a second half interception while Larry Asante (4) and Anthony West (5) congratulate him at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. Nebraska won 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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Florida Atlantic's Morgan Barnett upends Husker Niles Paul on a first half punt return at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsleyat Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Husker head coach Bo Pelini argues a Florida Atlantic pushed off a Husker defender during the first half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. Florida Atlantic picked up a first down on the play.(The Independent/Scott Kingsleyat Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Nebraskas's Lance Thorell breaks up a pass intended for Florida Atlantic's Jamari Grant during the first half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsleyat Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Zac Lee looks to pass in the first half at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. The Huskers won 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley
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Florida Altantic's Rusty Smith passes against the Husker defense at Memorial Stadium Saturday Sept. 5, in Lincoln, NE. Nebraska won 49-3. (The Independent/Scott Kingsley)
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