Both the Nebraska Cornhuskers and South Carolina Gamecocks have had their chances in the Capital One Bowl, with the Cocks wasting a 78-yard catch by Alshon Jeffery and Nebraska turning the ball over twice, but the score looked like it was going to remain 13-9, Nebraska, heading into the third quarter.
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That 51-yard Hail Mary touchdown from Shaw to Jeffery came after some confounding clock management on the part of Carolina, but when the other team doesn't put three or so guys around your first round draft pick wide receiver, you can pretty much do whatever you want out there.
For more on the Capital One Bowl, visit South Carolina blog Garnet and Black Attack and Nebraska blog Corn Nation. Also check out Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire and SEC blog Team Speed Kills.