Offensive MVP: Tommy Armstrong Jr., Nebraska

He passed for 261 yards and three touchdowns and added 38 yards rushing, shaking off a recent slump.

Defensive MVP: Josh Banderas, Nebraska

The junior middle linebacker had a game-high 10 tackles, helping stymie Minnesota’s running game.

By the numbers

48 Points allowed by the Gophers, the most since their 58-0 loss at Michigan in 2011.

464 Yards allowed by the Gophers, a season high.

301 Career-high passing yards for Mitch Leidner.

10 Consecutive completions for Leidner to open the game.

65 Rushing yards for the Gophers, a season low.

11 Career-high receptions for KJ Maye.

10 Total first-quarter points scored by the Gophers through seven games, including seven Saturday.

29-29 Jerry Kill’s record in five seasons with the Gophers.