Nebraska's win doesn't come without controversary

Nebraska's win over Michigan State didn't come without a little controversy.

LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska's win over No. 7 Michigan State on Saturday night didn't come without controversary. 

With just :13 left in the game, Nebraska receiver Brandon Reilly caught a touchdown. A touchdown that many felt should have not counted.

Reilly went out of bounds before the catch, but officials felt he was forced out by contact from the Michigan State defender. Look at it here. 

What are your thoughts? 

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio was asked immediately after the game how he felt about the call. 

"I got an explanation. They said that the receiver was pushed out of bounds... everybody saw the replay," said Dantonio. "I'm not qualified for that job. My job is to coach and I'm going to do the very best I can. That's somebody else's job."

It will be interesting to see how the Big Ten comments on Monday. 

More than a few people went to social media after the game to express their displeasure. 

https://twitter.com/plaxicoburress/status/663204178324492288

https://twitter.com/RickSanchezTV/status/663201795229937664

https://twitter.com/BennettESPN/status/663199021503152128

https://twitter.com/jeffdellinger/status/663256381936398336


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