71 Orange Bowl Tv Broadcastdvd

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January 1st, 1971, Miami, FL. Entire 1971 Orange Bowl game. Network broadcast footage. Unlikely events earlier in the day of January 1st, 1971 leave the National Championship up for grabs in the Orange Bowl. No. 1 Texas and No. 2 Ohio State both go down to defeat, leaving coach Bob Devaneys 3rd ranked Huskers in position to win Nebraska's first National Title. The unrelenting Cornhuskers march 67 yards into the teeth of LSU's top ranked defense in the middle of the fourth quarter to take a 17-12 lead. Jerry Tagge caps the drive from the one with a dramatically historic stretch of the football over the goal line. Tagge's steady guiding hand in combination with his 153 yards passing and 45 yards rushing help win him the games Most Valuable Back trophy. The Blackshirts take the cue from the offense and turn it up a notch in the 4th, shutting down the Tigers the rest of the way to preserve the win. Colorful Jerry Murtaugh leads all tacklers with 9 solo stops and inspires the clamp down on LSU in the critical closing moments of the game. The Husker celebration lasts late into the night on Miami beach and all across Nebraska - every Big Red fan finally able to boast We're Number One! DVD video, 150 minutes.