Nebraska gains traction in its second run through the Big Ten. The Huskers stumble early on the road in Pasadena but make a vow to return to the Rose Bowl in January, only to fall short to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game. The "Comeback Kids" rise from the ashes to make a string of second-half, come from behind wins that defy probability as they overcome double digit deficits late against Wisconsin, Northwestern, Michigan State and Penn State. Tim Beck's offense gels with the leadership of Taylor Martinez and playmakers like Kenny Bell, Jamal Turner, Quincy Enunwa, Kyler Reed, Ameer Abdullah and others. Senior Heisman hopeful Rex Burkhead makes a spirited effort to overcome frustrating knee problems before sitting out the middle stretch of the season and returning for the final games. T-Magic becomes the all-time Nebraska career yardage leader in his Junior season, mesmerizing fans and pundits with electric bursts through stunned defenses. The Blackshirts struggle to maintain consistency, but when "on" they are unmatched in their ability to shut down offenses. Daimion Stafford, Eric Martin, Baker Steinkuhler and Ciante Evans harass and blast QB's, receivers and backs. The Huskers once again earn a trip to the best non-BCS bowl with an invitation to play the National Title contending Georgia Bulldogs in the Capital One Bowl. All 14 games in their entirety with radio broadcast for audio. DVD
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