Chatelain: Late fade leaves Huskers facing another uncomfortable offseason
Georgia sacked Taylor Martinez five times and intercepted him twice, but the junior quarterback had the Huskers rolling through much of the second and third quarters.
Posted: Tuesday, January 1, 2013 12:00 am
ORLANDO, Fla. — Ameer Abdullah stood outside the team buses, holding a paper Chick-fil-A bag. Something was gnawing at his empty gut.
For most of the Capital One Bowl, Nebraska outplayed a Georgia team that was 5 yards from the national championship game. Then Abdullah fumbled in enemy territory. Then Nebraska fell apart.
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