Here's what people are saying about the Missouri Tigers 31-17 loss to the Nebraska Corn Huskers.
GAME NOTES: Nebraska 31, Missouri 17 Tiger Extra - Mizzou Sports | ColumbiaTribune.com
Gabbert insisted after the game that he didn’t suffer a head injury on the play, although he was flat on his back for quite a while afterward. "I’m never woozy," Gabbert said. "No cobwebs."
Hangover from last weekend’s revelry hits Tigers hard | The Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia, Missouri
Although this wasn’t a blowout, the Tigers were beat up physically and frazzled mentally more than the score indicated. They couldn’t run the ball when they wanted to or stop the run when they needed to. Their receivers couldn’t get separation from Nebraska defensive backs, no matter how long Blaine Gabbert scampered around in the backfield. Their gambling defense paid some overdue bills, giving up four touchdowns of 40 yards or more. They squandered all three timeouts in the third quarter, and Gabbert was so out of sorts he tried to call a fourth timeout and was assessed a delay-of-game penalty.
MU notebook: Tigers still have hope - KansasCity.com
•At the end of the first quarter on Saturday, Nebraska had a 24-0 lead. Tack on the 27-point fourth quarter the Cornhuskers used to win at Missouri last season, and Nebraska held a 51-0 scoring bulge on the Tigers in two quarteres.
MU-Nebraska game report - KansasCity.com
Reason to hope: Missouri — if it rebounds as expected — should finish the regular season 11-1. Reason to mope: That still likely won’t be enough for the Tigers to make it back to the Big 12 championship game because Nebraska will likely finish 11-1 and owns the tiebreaker over Missouri.
Missouri Tigers vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers - Recap - October 30, 2010 - ESPN
The low-key Helu had water dumped on him by teammates on the sideline after the public-address announcer said he'd broken the record of 294 yards by Calvin Jones against Kansas in 1991. "They were acting like we won the Super Bowl," he said.
Nebraska Cornhuskers - The New Enemy | Upon Further Review
If Nebraska wins the Big 12 title – which is very possible at this point, it is forever going to be a stain on the conference. The team that won the championship left the next season to go to the Big 10. From their point of view, they will always be able to say that they beat everyone in the B12 and left to go to greener pastures because the competition wasn’t good enough. That really bites and it’s unacceptable as a B12 fan.
All hail Helu! No. 14 Nebraska knocks off No. 7 Missouri - College football- NBC Sports
Chants of "HAY-loo, HAY-loo" poured from the Memorial Stadium stands after the senior running back set a Nebraska record with 307 yards rushing Saturday to lead the 14th-ranked Cornhuskers to a 31-17 victory that knocked No. 7 Missouri from the ranks of the unbeatens.
What we learned in the Big 12: Week 9 - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
The Big 12 North is Nebraska's to lose. The Huskers made sure of that early, unleashing one of the most dominant quarters by any team in Big 12 play this season. Missouri didn't fall in a 24-0 hole early, Nebraska dug that thing with a week of preparation, and once the Tigers showed up (or didn't show up) the Huskers grabbed them by the collar and threw them in.