The play before was almost a safety, with Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr.'s elbow hitting the turf with the ball mere inches -- maybe a mere inch -- outside the end zone.
But it wasn't, on the next play of the Gator Bowl's third quarter, Armstrong and receiver Quincy Enunwa found themselves in the Nebraska (and Gator Bowl) record books:
Yes, it was a school and bowl record. And appropriately, it was also good enough for a 24-12 lead, and that lead was good enough for the Huskers to hang on for a 24-19 victory. Not bad, Messrs. Armstrong and Enunwa, not bad.