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In a big game against the No. 10-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, the Nebraska Cornhuskers needed some big plays. Sophomore tight end Jack Stoll provided just that with an insane one-handed catch to move the chains on fourth down.

On fourth down at Ohio State’s 45-yard line, Stoll was blanketed in coverage but managed to create a little separation and haul in the pass with a one-handed catch for the first down.

Stoll’s clutch catch on fourth down to move the chains proved to be pivotal. Just six plays later, running back Devine Ozigbo punched in the one-yard touchdown to give the Cornhuskers an early 7-0 lead over the Buckeyes.

Matt Johnson
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