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.
If you come to The Shoe, you better play to win.
And @HuskerFBNation is doing just that, as a brilliant Jack Stoll catch on fourth down led to a @TrulyDevine_22 TD. @MartinezTheQB marches Nebraska down the field on drive No. 1: pic.twitter.com/2CFGt2p4EF
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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.