GSN: What has been the high point of your senior season?
Niebylski: ``Definitely the Notre Dame game just because my dad went to Notre Dame. I grew up always wanting to go to Notre Dame. It was my dream growing up and everything. It's different once you get to high school and have a bigger perspective of things because I actually didn't want to go to Notre Dame as badly after my sophomore year in high school, but I was still a fan and everything. I always dreamed of playing at Notre Dame stadium and going undefeated there and then to win the way we did in overtime, I mean, that was one of the best feelings in the world. I remember just going home and watching the TV copy and when we scored that last touchdown and seeing all of run around on the field, that was pretty special
GSN: How about the low point of your MSU career?
Niebylski: ``Definitely the triple-over time loss last year at Michigan. To have an opportunity to win at Ann Arbor, which we haven't done in a long time I know, and to just have it slip away from us the way it did, losing a 17-point lead. I mean it feels worse than [losing] did this year. This year it was a close game the whole way back and forth between both teams. But that game, we had that game dominated and won and then, espcially without Drew, wondering what would have happened if we would have had him in. It was a bitter pill to swallow. It hurts to this day, but at the same time you've got to let it go and hopefully they'll get 'em next year to make up for it."
GSN: How does it feel to have been the reporters favorite interview this year?
Niebylski: ``It's more fun for my parents my parent get to read it in the paper. They both call me up and I actually don't remember what I've said half the time. I'm like 'what'd I say?' It's fun. It's made my senior year a lot more enjoyable being in the limelight for a little bit.