Published Saturday, September 14, 2013 AT 11:55 AM / Updated at 12:00 PM
First quarter: Martinez to Enunwa. Twice.
Rich Kaipust Omaha World-Herald

Taylor Martinez connected twice with Quincy Enunwa on touchdown passes as Nebraska took a 14-3 lead on UCLA in the first quarter at Memorial Stadium.

That’s now five TD receptions for Enunwa on the season.

Nebraska followed a UCLA turnover with an 11-yard scoring pass from Martinez to Enunwa. The Bruins then answered with a 44-yard field goal by Ka’imi Fairbairn.

The Huskers answered with a 17-play, 92-yard scoring drive that consumed 6:34. Martinez hit Enunwa on a 14-yard score with 31 seconds left in the quarter.

Recapping some other first-quarter items:

>> Both Martinez and UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley had first-quarter fumbles that were recovered by teammates.

>> NU forced the only turnover with an interception by cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, his third of the season.

>> Nebraska’s 17-play drive was kept alive by a pass interference penalty on linebacker Myles Jack on a third-and-6 play.

>> A moment of silence was observed after the coin toss in memory of UCLA receiver Nick Pasquale.

>> In a pregame ceremony, sophomore I-back Imani Cross was awarded the annual Brook Berringer Memorial Scholarship, endowed in the memory of the former NU quarterback who was killed in a 1996 plane crash.

>> Former Husker quarterback Tommie Frazier will be saluted at halftime for his coming induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.

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