LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska never makes things easy for itself and especially not its fans. But the No. 16 Cornhuskers keep on winning.
Down 20-6 at halftime against Penn State, the Huskers engineered one of their patented second-half comebacks and held on for a 32-23 victory at Memorial Stadium.
The win keeps Nebraska in first place of the Legends Division and gets it one step closer to playing in the Big Ten championship game. Here’s a quick look at how it went down:
It was over when: Justin Blatchford broke up Matt McGloin’s fourth-down pass attempt with under three minutes to play.
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