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NCAA Game Summary - Virginia Tech at Nebraska

(Saturday, September 27th)

Final Score: Virginia Tech 35, Nebraska 30

Lincoln, NE (Sports Network) - Darren Evans rushed for 72 yards and two touchdowns as the Virginia Tech Hokies slipped past the Nebraska Cornhuskers, 35-30, in a non-league affair at Memorial Stadium.

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor led the way for Virginia Tech (4-1) on the ground, as the signal caller rumbled for 87 yards and one score. Taylor also threw for 171 yards in the win on 9-of-15 passing.

Joe Ganz was the main source of production for Nebraska (3-1), as the quarterback threw for 278 yards and two touchdowns on 17-of-26 passing.

The Hokies blocked a punt midway through the first half that went for a safety, giving Virginia Tech an early 2-0 lead.

The lead was pushed to 9-0 when Evans plunged into the end zone from one yard out.

Less than two minutes later the Cornhuskers finally got on the scoreboard with a 32-yard touchdown pass from Ganz to Mike McNeill.

Seconds into the second stanza, the Hokies pushed their lead to 12-7 with a 19-yard field goal by Dustin Keys.

Nebraska answered back with a field goal of its own, as Alex Henry nailed a 48-yard kick.

Virginia Tech closed out the first half with a 38 and 27 yard field goal by Keys, giving the Hokies an 18-10 edge at the break.

Keys continued to showcase his kicking abilities in the third quarter when he connected on a 36-yard field goal.

The Hokies lead was pushed to 28-10 when Evans scampered into the end zone on a 19-yard run midway through the third frame.

With just seconds remaining in the third quarter, Roy Helu Jr. scored on a 12- yard run for Nebraska.

Midway through the final frame the Huskers cut their deficit to 28-23 with an outstanding 88-yard punt return by Nate Swift.

With a little over two minutes left in the contest the Hokies extended their advantage to 35-23 with a two-run TD run by Taylor.

A 17-yard pass from Ganz to Todd Peterson brought the score to 35-30, but the Cornhuskers would come no closer, as Virginia Tech was able to hold on for the victory.

09/28 00:36:40 ET