Penn State saw a touchdown.
Officials saw a fumble.
Tight end Matt Lehman lost the ball as he was about to score the go-ahead touchdown against No. 18 Nebraska on Saturday, and the Cornhuskers ended up winning 32-23 after coming back from a double-digit, second-half deficit for the fourth time this season.
Penn State (6-4, 4-2) had its three-game Big Ten road win streak end.
''Losing is a terrible feeling. It's miserable. Absolutely miserable,'' Nittany Lions coach Bill O'Brien said. ''It's like a part of you dies, to be honest with you.''
Taylor Martinez's 5-yard touchdown pass to Jamal Turner gave Nebraska its first lead, at 27-23, with 10:57 left.
Penn State looked ready to regain the lead, but then Lehman's fumble happened. After he caught a short pass from Matt McGloin on second-and-goal from the 3, Lehman was popped by linebacker David Santos and dropped the ball. Daimion Stafford, whose interception set up Nebraska's tying TD, pounced on it.
Lehman was ruled to have fu...