Here’s what they’re saying after Tanner Lee led the Huskers to a last-minute win in West Lafayette
My son was asleep. My wife was too. Usually that means I have to be relatively quiet when watching football. Last night’s Nebraska game at Purdue didn’t give me a whole lot of reason to cheer. I stayed off Twitter, but I’m sure most of the fan reaction was “we are going to lose at Purdue for the second straight trip.”
Then something changed.
I don’t know if it was the insertion of Jaylin Bradley into the offense. The run game wasn’t there most of the night. So perhaps the limited film Purdue may have had on the true freshman from Bellevue played into Nebraska’s gameplan. Bradley finished with seven carries for 42 yards on the ground and three catches for 31 yards.