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The Nebraska Cornhuskers are pulling out all the stops early in their Week 10 matchup against powerhouse Ohio State.

They opened up the game with a touchdown, which only occurred because tight end Jack Stoll made an incredible one-handed catch to move the chains on fourth down. Six plays later, they had a 7-0 lead after Devine Ozigbo punched in the one-yard touchdown.

Scott Frost then attempted to catch the Buckeyes with their pants down, calling for an onside kick directly after the touchdown.

In typical Cornhuskers fashion, it did not go according to plan.

The only good news here is that the Nebraska defense passed their first huge test of the game a few plays later, stoning Ohio State on fourth down to keep the Buckeyes from answering with a score of their own.

Jesse Reed
Managing Editor at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.