Quincy Enunwa hauls in the pass on Nebraska's 99-yard TD play.

Nebraska 24
Georgia 19

Jan. 1, 2014
Gator Bowl | Jacksonville, FL | ESPN2
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
Nebraska 0 10 14 0 24
Georgia 0 9 3 7 19
2nd quarter
GA - Morgan 38 field goal, 10:37
NU - Enunwa 5 pass from Armstrong (Smith kick) 9:05
GA - Morgan 28 field goal, 6:53
NU - Smith 46 field goal, 3:18
GA - Morgan 38 field goal, 0:00
3rd quarter
NU - Abdullah 1 run (Smith kick) 10:08
GA - Morgan 30 field goal, 6:32
NU - Enunwa 99 pass from Armstrong (Smith kick) 4:58 
4th quarter
GA - Gurley 25 pass from Mason (Morgan kick) 14:49
 
                               NU        GA
FIRST DOWNS .................. 14        22
  Rushing ....................  7         6 
  Passing ..................... 5        15 
  Penalty ..................... 2         1
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)........ 43-144     43-96
PASSING YDS (NET) ........... 163       320
  Att-Comp-Int ........... 16-6-1   39-21-1
TOTAL OFFENSE ............ 59-307    82-416
Fumble Returns-Yards ........ 0-0       0-0
Punt Returns-Yards .......... 0-0      1--3
Kickoff Returns-Yards ...... 5-90      3-93
Int. Returns-Yards .......... 1-4       1-0
Punts-Avg ................ 7-38.7    4-37.8
Fumbles-Lost ................ 1-0       3-1
Penalties-Yards ............ 6-50      7-42
Possession Time ........... 26:36     33:24
Third-Down Conv. ........ 4 of 13   7 of 19
Fourth-Down Conv. ........ 0 of 0    2 of 4
Red-Zone Scores-Chances ..... 2-2       4-6

RUSHING
NU: A.Abdullah 27-122; T.Armstrong Jr. 10-26; J.Westerkamp 1-3; J.Turner 1-2; I.Cross 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 5; Q.Enunwa 1-minus-6.

GA: T.Gurley 21-86; J.Green 6-19; B.Douglas 6-8; F.Batua 1-1; H.Mason 9-minus-18. 

PASSING
NU: T.Armstrong Jr. 6-14-1 163. R.KelloggIII 0-2-0 0. 
GA: H.Mason 21-39-1 320; B.Douglas 0-0-0 0.

RECEIVING
NU: Q.Enunwa 4-129; C.Carter 1-23; K.Bell 1-11.

GA: T.Gurley 7-97; A.Lynch 6-69; C.Conley 3-46; M.Bennett 2-55; B.Douglas 1-37; J.Rumph 1-9; J.Green 1-7.

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Enunwa, Blackshirts Lead Huskers to Victory: Key defensive stops and the longest play from scrimmage in Nebraska football history helped the Huskers cap their 2013 season with a 24-19 win over Georgia.

Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa, the game’s MVP, hauled in a pair of touchdown passes, including a decisive 99-yard catch from quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. on 3rd-and-14 midway through the third quarter.

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2013 schedule
04/06 Reds 32, Whites 25
08/31 Wyoming W 37-34
09/07 S. Miss W 56-13
09/14 UCLA L 21-41
09/21 South Dakota St. W 59-20
10/05 Illinois W 39-19
10/12 @ Purdue W 44-7
10/26 @ Minnesota L 23-34
11/02 Northwestern W 27-24
11/09 @ Michigan W 17-13
11/16 Michigan St. L 28-41
11/23 @ Penn St. W 23-20
11/29 Iowa L 17-38
01/01 @ Georgia W 24-19
Pregame links & info
Josh Mitchell recovers a muffed punt in the first half.

Commentary

Stryker

Nebraska righted some past wrongs mainly by beating Georgia in one place on the stat sheet – turnovers.

HuskerMax
Shatel

This is a bunch that has been through more the past three seasons than the ‘Mayhem’ guy for Allstate.

Omaha World-Herald
Sherman

The Huskers were fundamentally sound. ... This is what Nebraska football can be.

Johnson

This win could go a long way in cementing a good perception of Pelini among fans.

HuskerMax
Sipple

Call it a statement victory for the budding leader of the offense.

Lincoln Journal Star
Callahan

Even when Georgia showed some fight, this team found a way to persevere.

HuskerOnline
Vogel

Was it a graduation of sorts? No, but anything seems possible again.

Hail Varsity
York

What a magical way to end the Huskers’ injury-plagued season that produced its share of miracle finishes through crisis management.

Huskers.com
Husker Mike

Seniors like Quincy Enunwa, Jason Ankrah Andrew Green, and Thad Randle really stepped up their game for their finale.

Corn Nation
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