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What offense was better the 1983 with Gill fryer Rozier or 1995 With Tommie and lawrence and green what offens was better they both were great here are gill status Gill finished a sterling Nebraska career with a 28-2 record as the Huskers' starter including a 20-0 conference mark. Gill led the Big Eight in passing efficiency as a senior (152.7) and would have ranked third in the country had he attempted 10 more passes. One of the surest passer in Big Eight history, Gill set a school and conference record, and just missed the NCAA record for lowest interception percentage in a career (11 interceptions in 428 attempts, 2.57%), just .01 from the record set by USC's Paul McDonald. Had Gill thrown just one less interception or two more passes, he would have set the record. Gill set a school record (and fell just 17 shy of the conference record) by throwing 125 passes without an interception. Gill finished his career third on the NU chart in completions, percentage and yards (trailing in all three categories All-Americans Jerry Tagge and Dave Humm). Second to Humm with 34 career touchdowns, Gill also finished fourth all-time in NU total offense behind Tagge, Humm and Mike Rozier.
His best total offense game in 1983 came in a 293-yard effort againts Iowa State, in which he was 13-for-24 passing for 241 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 10 times for 52 yards and another touchdown. Gill ended his career as Nebraska's top rushing quarterback of all time and the first to gain 1,000 yards. His top running game was an even 100 yards on four carries against Minnesota.