Nebraska rolled up 385 rushing yards in a 73-7 win against Idaho State on Saturday, as the Cornhuskers' evisceration of teams not named UCLA continued.
Rex Burkhead had 119 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just eight carries for Nebraska, while Imani Cross added 100 yards and a touchdown of his own. The Huskers had four players gain at least 49 yards on the ground, and five break runs of at least 10 yards.
Taylor Martinez didn't have to do much in the passing game as a result, but threw for 163 yards and two touchdowns in limited action.
Nebraska jumped all over the Bengals early, going up 35-0 after the first quarter and 45-0 at halftime. The Huskers entered the fourth quarter with a 66-0 lead before allowing Idaho State's first and only points of the day.
Nebraska has now crushed its three non-UCLA foes in 2012 by a combined 164-40 count.
Box Score Hero: Ciante Evans' 29-yard interception return touchdown ended Nebraska's scoring in the first quarter.
Rankings Ramifications: Nebraska's on the fringe of both major polls, but a huge win over an overmatched FCS school likely won't do much for its standing.
But Did They Cover? Nebraska easily covered the 46-point spread.
Next Week's Schedule: Nebraska welcomes Wisconsin to Lincoln, while Idaho State plays at home against Sacramento State.