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Hail Mary Saves Huskers:
Jordan Westerkamp's 49-yard touchdown catch on a Hail Mary heave from Ron Kellogg III gave Nebraska a 27-24 walk-off win in one of the most dramatic games in Memorial Stadium history.
In a game ruled for the final two-and-half quarters by the defenses, Kellogg led the Huskers 83 yards in the final 1:14, capped by his heroic toss to Westerkamp as time expired. It is believed to be the first Hail Mary, walk-off win in regulation in Husker history.
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It appeared Pelinis team was going to fall because it couldn't get out of its own way.
Steve Sipple* Lincoln Journal Star Johnson
Never before have Pelinis late game heroes been as unsung as Ron Kellogg III and Jordan Westerkamp.
Derek Johnson HuskerMax Whitney
It was an ending for the ages and one that wont be forgotten or glossed over any time soon.
Chris Whitney KLIN Stryker
The Blackshirts came through for Pelini when he needed them.
Tad Stryker HuskerMax Shatel
What Ill always remember is that sound. I haven't heard that sound in a long, long time.
Tom Shatel* Omaha World-Herald Chatelain
Jordan Westerkamp reached out his hands and reminded Husker fans that great programs hold on as long as possible.
Dirk Chatelain* Omaha World-Herald Sherman
Can one play reverse the momentum of a football season? The Huskers hope so.
Mitch Sherman ESPN.com Vogel
Win a game like that, where things look totally hopeless, and it lops the suffix right off that word.
Brandon Vogel Hail Varsity Callahan
My biggest concern coming out of this game is the health of the offensive line.
Sean Callahan HuskerOnline York
Heres hoping a team-oriented walk-on gets his share of the glory
Randy York Huskers.com
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