Pray that it is not a season ending injury, as Eden will not be the answer.
On a positive note, San Jose State started the game off with a 5 play, 59 yard drive that took 2 minutes, capping in a Kyle Reed 12 yard rushing TD, but the Spartans Will Johnson missed the point after kick, so San Jose State took the early lead of 6-0 over Nebraska.
Nebraska's first scoring drive went 9 plays for 86 yards, and was capped off when Quentin Castille ran in the end zone for a 3-yard TD, Alex Henery made the point-after-kick, Nebraska took a 7-6 lead.
Next possession for San Jose State, Nebraska committed a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty, the Spartans looked to be cruising down the field -- but step in Ndamukong Suh, who interecepted a Kyle Reed pass, Suh taking it 49 yards for the score -- Nebraska up 14 to 6, late in the first quarter.
The only score in the 2nd quarter came on a 41-yard field goal from San Jose State's Jared Strubeck, cutting the Husker lead to 14-9.
There was no scoring in the third quarter for both teams, we move ahead to the fourth quarter where the Spartans cut the Husker lead to 2 points when Jared Strubeck kicks a 27-yard field goal, Huskers leading 14-12.
Niles Paul then returned the ensuing kickoff 85 yards for a Nebraska TD, Nebraska leading 21-12. Nebraska added another TD when Roy Helu, Jr. ran for a 14-yard rushing TD to put the Big Red up 28-12 late in the fourth quarter.
Nebraska would tack on another TD, and goes on to win 35-12 over your San Jose State Spartans.
The game next week versus San Diego State now looks VERY interesting.
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