Week 7 helmet stickers

October, 13, 2013
These three stood out in Nebraska's 44-7 win Saturday at Purdue:

Randy Gregory, DE: Quite the happy homecoming for Gregory, huh? The Fishers, Ind., native and one-time Purdue commit had a blast playing some 70 miles away from home, recording four total tackles, two sacks and forcing a fumble and recovering it. The first sack was a safety, as he knocked Danny Etling down 17 yards behind the line of scrimmage. The second sack was good for an 11-yard loss.

Ameer Abdullah, RB: The junior had another strong outing Saturday, as Abdullah carried the ball 20 times for 126 yards and a touchdown at Purdue. The game marked Abdullah's fifth 100-yard outing through the Huskers' first six games, as he keyed a rushing attack that tallied 251 yards on the ground.

Ron Kellogg III, QB: The senior saw his most extensive action of the season and was solid, completing 10 of 13 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown. He split reps with starter Tommy Armstrong, who was an underwhelming 6-of-18 for 43 yards with three interceptions. (Armstrong did record one rushing touchdown.)

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