1. Sims interception at the goal line against Nebby
2. Jake williams at Arrowhead
3. Jake Williams catch at Nebby
4. Kenard Banks forced fumble on Nebbys first possession (set the tone)
5. Austen Arnaud's perfect throw to MH in the endzone at Kansas (probably the most underrated play of the season)
6. Jesse Smith's INT to end the game at Nebby
7. Darks TD against Mizzou
8. Bo Williams long run against AandM (couldn't resist)
9. Numerous tough *** runs by Arnaud to pick up first downs and touchdowns.
10. ARob's long run against Army
"Did that just happen?": Arnaud to Scott Haughton 12-yard touchdown against Missouri
Air out of the sails: Blocked PAT against Kansas State
Special Teams: Fake punt against Nebraska. That was a thing of beauty, props to whichever coach saw that on film and took advantage of it.
Most memorable: Jesse Smith's pick to put away Nebraska. The fact that it was Jesse, with the flu (among others) just defines the way the team played this year. Never gave up and kept plugging away at it. This is one you'll think about 30 years from now and smile about.
- Forced fumble against CU as they were driving and inside the 20, in the 3rd quarter, IIRC. We were dominating in theory, but the score was still close enough. CU was really on the move at that point after a Banks penalty helped extend their drive.
- Fumble by the Nebraska receiver has he literally dropped the ball after barely getting hit going down the sidelines. Took 7 points off the board in what ended up being a 2 point win.
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