Senior defensive end Alex Carrington recorded his first sack of the season against Nebraska, giving him 13.5 sacks for his career and leaving him just 2.5 sacks shy of tying the fifth most in school history .
Demario Davis (10), Cordarious Mingo (7), Nathan Herrold (6), Greg Smith (5), Kelcie McCray (5) all set new career highs for tackles in a game. Davis' 10 tackles topped his previous best by seven tackles and are the most by an ASU player this season.
Senior running back Reggie Arnold posted his fifth rushing TD of the season and 26th of his career, which places him in a tie with Calvin Harrell (1968-71) for the third most in school history . Rushing for 83 yards against Nebraska, Arnold now has 3,419 career rushing yards and passed Louisiana-Monroe's Calvin Dawson (2004-07) for the fourth most rushing yards in Sun Belt Conference history.
Senior wide receiver Jahbari McLennan tied his career high for receptions with seven against Nebraska. McLennan also finished with 69 receiving yards, 10 yards short of his career high.
Handling punting duties for jus the second game of his career at ASU, sophomore Ryan Wilbourn booted a career-best 57 yard punt against No. 18 Nebraska that is the longest of the season by a Sun Belt Conference player. After averaging 20.1 yards per punt last week, he punted five times for 225 yards against Nebraska for a 45.0-yard average per punt. His 45.0 average was the best single-game average by an ASU player since the 2007 season.