Found October 09, 2011 on Rumors and Rants:
Nebraska didn’t have to make their 34-27 win over Ohio State as dramatic as it was, but then it probably wouldn’t have been as cathartic a victory. At some point, the Huskers figured out they were supposed to be beating the Buckeyes, and then took over. Or maybe it was when Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller got hurt and didn’t return, because from when Joe Bauserman came in to the end of the game, it was all Nebraska. Bauserman went just 1-10 for 13 yards and an interception. Miller, however, had been something of a revelation, playing his best college game thus far. He was 5-8 passing for 95 yards and a touchdown and also had rushed 10 times for 91 yards when he was injured. Ohio State kept running the ball after Miller was hurt, but it wasn’t nearly as effective for obvious reasons. Ohio State actually averaged 5.9 yards per rush on the night, but when it came time for Bauserman to lead them back to victory, it wasn’t happening and everyone in the stadium kne...
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