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The second half otherwise belonged to the captain Martinez, who led an eight-play, 70-yard touchdown drive out of intermission but followed by producing three punts and the game-ending turnover. That came when Iowa lineman Chauncey Golston hit the QB as he threw and Zach VanValkenburg grabbed the ball on the fly. “Obviously, there’s room for improvement,” Martinez said. “There always is.” Martinez completed 18 of 20 passes for a season-high 174 yards while McCaffrey image source was mostly a running threat logging five carries for 42 yards. Their combined totals of 21 of 25 passing for 195 yards and 17 rushes for 70 worked well in stretches, especially during a 13-point second quarter. One beneficiary was sophomore receiver Wan’Dale Robinson, who caught nine passes for 75 yards and added six carries for 42 more. Sign up for a World-Herald subscription and get full access to Husker coverage for less than $5 per month “I think they both played well,” Robinson said. “But it really doesn’t change for us because we get enough reps with each one of them to know what one can do ... they both can really do about the same things. ... They’re really interchangeable.” While McCaffrey made his first career starts against Penn State and Illinois, Martinez said his time on the sideline helped him “put some things in perspective” about how he approached his daily work.