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When It Mattered Most

Tommie Frazier was named the MVP of three straight bowl games in which the national title was on the line, and he led the team to back-to-back national championships in 1994 and 1995. Frazier repeatedly rose to the occasion on the grandest of stages, memorably powering the Huskers to a comeback win over Miami in the 1995 Orange Bowl despite missing the previous seven games with a blood clot. His 75-yard touchdown run the following year against Florida is remembered as one of the greatest plays in Nebraska history. He finished with a 33-3 record as a starter. -- Brian Bennett