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1995 Nebraska Cornhuskers

  When Nebraska won the 1994 national championship, it was seen by some as a sympathy vote in the major polls for the Cornhuskers and coach Tom Osborne, who had come so close in the past but had come up short.They received the voters' nod over a similarly undefeated Penn State ballclub.

But in 1995, there would be no controversy. There would be only dominance. Led by option quarterback Tommie Frazier, these 'Huskers blew through a schedule that included three Top 10 teams and saved the best for last. In what was supposed to be one of the greatest games of the century ,they met at

Husker Facts
  • 1995 National Champions
  • Coach:
    Tom Osborne
  • All-Americans:
    QB Tommy Frazier
    DE Jared Tomich
    C Aaron Graham

the Fiesta Bowl against No. 2 and unbeaten Florida -- the Cornhuskers flexed their muscles one last time, showing their speed and supernatural power in recording an unbelievable 62-24 statement.The largest margin of victory ever in a number 1 vs. 2 matchup. Frazier's 75-yard in which he pulled away from at least eight would-be tacklers epitomized the team that wouldn't be stopped. It couldn't be stopped by any team, or any controversy. Through much of the season, Osborne was criticized for not throwing troubled tailback Lawrence Phillips off the team.

It was the second of three Nebraska national titles in a four-year span, and included 13 wins of a 26-game winning streak that filled parts of the 1994-95-96 seasons.

Frazier led a star-studded offense with the greatest offensive line in history to an entire season in which the 'Huskers gained an NCAA-record 7.0 yards per rushing attempt and no qb sacks. They led the nation in scoring, no team was closer than two touchdowns,their average score was 52-14.

1995 Results 12-0
Date Score Opponent
April 31 64-21 at Oklahoma State
Sept. 9 50-10 at Michigan State
Sept. 16 77-28 Arizona State
Sept. 23 49-7 Pacific
Sept. 30 35-21 Washington State
Oct. 14 57-0 Missouri
Oct. 21 49-25 Kansas State
Oct. 28 44-21 at No. 7 Colorado
Nov. 4 73-14 Iowa State
Nov. 11 41-3 at Kansas
Nov. 24 37-0 Oklahoma
Jan. 2 62-24 Fiesta Bowl vs. No. 2 Florida