Officials missed a disturbing call that could have taken place on the fourth inside a five-yard line against Wisconsin in the final seconds of Nebraska’s 35-38 loss to the Badgers.
On Thursday with 20 in Wisconsin 21 and 12 seconds left, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez tried to make the move to Zavier Betts, who were broken by a corner kick by Faion Hicks. Hicks connected with Betts’ legs, and it caused him to miss going deep. After the match, the Nebraska bench showed a rejection of the missed song. The officials announced the Huskers and allowed Wisconsin to continue winning.
Several journalists and journalists responded with a security call that was not missed and shared their views on the supervisor.
Remove PI from Wisconsin. Uninvited. Big Ten continues to love Nebraska.
– Joe Rexrode (@joerexrode) November 20, 2021
What a wonderful weather in Nebraska. A fourth-round finish that would be confusing would give Wisconsin a 35-28 victory over the Huskers.
– Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) November 20, 2021
Death, taxes and Nebraska losing games in Wisconsin on needless mobile phones.
– Trevor Maeder (@ TrevMaeder96) November 20, 2021
I would like to see a side-by-side comparison of the disruptive call on JoJo Domann in the Michigan game with Nebraska’s final game against Wisconsin today.
Then explain how the pass interference works.
– Mike Schaefer (@mikejschaefer) November 20, 2021
The loss of Wisconsin marks another disappointing end for Nebraska this season. Entering their final match against Iowa the following Saturday, the Huskers are 3-8 and 1-7 in the Big Ten. Seven of Nebraska’s eight losses have come with one or less points.
Wisconsin could win the Big Ten West with a win over Minnesota next week and find the day with the winner of the Michigan-Ohio State game in the Big Ten tournament.