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Tommy Armstrong
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Tommy Armstrong runs away from Miami linebacker Tyriq McCord during the second half.
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Huskers Fall in OT After Amazing Comeback: Tommy Armstrong and the Huskers orchestrated the greatest fourth-quarter comeback in Nebraska history, erasing a 23-point deficit in the final 8:36 of regulation, but Miami escaped with a 36-33 overtime win.
   Armstrong led Nebraska to 23 unanswered points to send the game to overtime tied at 33. Nebraska’s comeback included a trio of fourth-quarter touchdown passes from Armstrong to Alonzo Moore, Brandon Reilly and Stanley Morgan, and a pair of two-point conversion passes to Cethan Carter and Jordan Westerkamp. The conversion pass to Westerkamp tied the score with 33 seconds left.
 
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Josh Kalu intercepts a Brad Kaaya pass in the end zone.
COMMENTARY

Stryker

The game was a microcosm of Tommy Armstrong Jr. – maddening inefficiency combined with incredible resiliency and heart.”

Tad Stryker
HuskerMax

Johnson

Who is more at fault, the offense or defense? The defense, by a small margin.”

Derek Johnson
HuskerMax

Chatelain

Hope and hopelessness are waging an epic tug of war in Husker hearts.”

Dirk Chatelain*
Omaha World-Herald

Hamar

Although they had a shot at the end, the Huskers didn’t play well enough to win for most of the game.”

Bob Hamar*
Grand Island Independent

Vogel

Nebraska is thin on talent at some key spots, but they’re almost 3-0. That’s not worth anything now, but it might be down the line.”

Brandon Vogel
Hail Varsity

Shatel

This season isn’t about records. It’s about finding the way back to good, smart football.”

Tom Shatel*
Omaha World-Herald

Sipple

The Huskers showed more intensity in August scrimmages than they showed at times in the first half Saturday.”

Steven M. Sipple*
Lincoln Journal Star

Cote

What happened was the narrowest avoidance of what would have been one of the biggest collapses and embarrassments in Canes history.”

Greg Cote
Miami Herald

York

Harrassed all day and facing a fast pass rush and a number of dropped balls, Armstrong persevered and kept battling.”

Randy York
Huskers.com

Callahan

What’s probably most frustrating about Saturday’s game was the fact NU didn’t come to play early.”

Sean Callahan
HuskerOnline

 
 

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Miami 36
Nebraska 33
Sept. 19, 2015 — 2:30 p.m. CDT
Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens | ABC/ESPN2 | Game on DVD


             1   2   3   4  OT    Final 
Nebraska     0   3   7  23   0  -   33
Miami       17   3  10   3   3  -   36

1st quarter
MIA - Chris Herndon 10 pass from Brad
      Kaaya (Michael Badgley kick) 12:49 
MIA - Tyre Brady 11 pass from Kaaya 
     (Badgley kick) 8:04 
MIA - Badgley 23 field goal, 1:11
2nd quarter
NEB - Drew Brown 49 field goal 8:37 
MIA - Badgley 27 field goal, 2:32
3rd quarter
MIA - Joe Yearby 41 run (Badgley kick)
      13:50 
NEB - Jordan Westerkamp 22 pass from
      Tommy Armstrong (Brown kick) 9:03 
MIA - Badgley 41 field goal, 3:42
4th quarter
MIA - Badgley 28 field goal, 11:14
NEB - Alonzo Moore 10 pass from Arm-
      strong (Cethan Carter pass from
      Armstrong) 8:36 
NEB - Brandon Reilly 21 pass from Arm-
      strong (Brown kick) 
NEB - Stanley Morgan 8 pass from Arm-
      strong (Westerkamp pass from
      Armstrong) 
Overtime
MIA - Badgley 27 field goal
 
                            NEB      MIA
FIRST DOWNS................  24       24
  Rushing.................... 8        4
  Passing................... 12       18
  Penalty.................... 4        2
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)...... 32-153   33-132
PASSING YDS (NET).......... 309      379
Passes Att-Comp-Int.... 45-21-3  42-25-1
TOTAL OFFENSE .......... 77-462   75-511
Fumble Returns-Yards....... 0-0      0-0
Punt Returns-Yards........ 2-33     3-44
Kickoff Returns-Yards..... 3-71     3-44
Int. Returns-Yards......... 1-0     3-47
Punts (Number-Avg)...... 7-39.7   5-52.0
Fumbles-Lost............... 0-0      0-0
Penalties-Yards.......... 12-98   13-114
Possession Time.......... 31:38    28:22
Third-Down Conv. .......6 of 15  3 of 14
Fourth-Down Conv. ...... 1 of 1   0 of 0
Red-Zone Scores-Chances.... 3-4      7-8
Sacks By: Number-Yards.... 1-12     2-23

RUSHING
NEB: Newby 14-82; Armstrong 11-49; Reilly
     2-14; Cross 4-11; Moore 1-minus 3.
MIA: Yearby 17-125; Walton 10-23; Rosier
     1-minus 2; Team 2-minus 5; Kaaya
     3-minus 9.

PASSING
NEB: Armstrong 21-45-3-309
MIA: Kaaya 25-42-1-379

RECEIVING
NEB: Westerkamp 5-95; Reilly 4-83; Morgan
     4-78; Newby 4-16; Allen 1-12; Moore
     1-10; Cotton 1-8; Carter 1-7.
MIA: Scott 9-151; Waters 4-82; Herndon 
     3-32; Brady 2-45; Njoku 2-23; Cager
     2-16; Walton 1-13; Dobard 1-12;
     Yearby 1-5.

Attendance: 53,580

 
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