Offensive organization: D
Nebraska confused OU's offense all night, with Landry Jones running around changing the play late in the clock, sometimes having to use a timeout.
Tress Way: C
The lefty missed three field-goal attempts between 46 and 42 yards, but his five punts averaged 49 yards and generally kicked OU out of field-position trouble.
Run defense: B
Hard to knock a defense that gives up seven first downs, but Husker tailback Roy Helu was effective at times, with 138 yards on 20 carries.
That hospitality reputation is more than just talk. From the Husker hordes who lined up to get pre-game autographs from OU Heisman winners Jason White, Steve Owens and Billy Sims to the Nebraska fans who high-fived the Sooner players in pre-game warmups, Lincoln is a place like no other in college football.
Landry Jones: D
The rookie quarterback didn't always have time, but he threw five interceptions, including three in the fourth quarter.
Fourth-down decisions: A
OU was 0-for-3 on fourth down tries, but trying for the first down was the right play every time. The Sooners weren't making field goals, anyway.