Dallas Cowboys Stadium, a.k.a. Jerry World
The roof was closed and it was plenty warm inside.
During Cowboys games, this is the Party Pass area, where adult beverages apparently are consumed.
Husker wide receivers and quarterbacks stretch and warmup.
Husker defensive unit goes through their stretching.
Overhead shot of the coin toss.
Husker sidelines right before kickoff.
Adi Kunalic kicks off the Big 12 Championship.
The Husker offense takes over after a quick Colt McCoy interception.
Big Suh enters the game on offense for the first time this year.
Suh pulling to his left
NU's sole offensive producer yet again.
Roy Helu in early action.
The Husker offense attempts to move into closer field goal range.
Alex Henery's second field goal on the day.
Looking across the way at the Longhorn fans, who outnumbered Husker fans 2-1.
More burnt orange to my right.
Suh and the Blackshirts stop Colt again.
NU won the field position battle in the first half, then lost it for much of the second half.
Philip Dillard lands a good hit on the Texas running back Newton.
Who wouldn't want to watch a basketball game from a quarter mile away?
Somewhere in the middle of this pile is Colt McCoy. You gotta love it.
Suh chases down McCoy...again.
Suh doing what he does...owning Colt McCoy.
No explanation needed.
Halftime with the Huskers leading 7-6.
Suh throws down McCoy like a rag doll.
Cody Green gives Zac Lee a break on offense. Unfortunately, it was from our 1-yard line.
Niles Paul catches what turns out to be a big return for the Huskers.
At the end of three quaters, Texas finds itself on top 10-6.
Niles Paul goes up to make a reception.
Thanks to the UT returner falling down on the 1-yard line, the Blackshirts have Texas in a precarious spot.
Unfortunately, McCoy escapes danger.
The Huskers take over after Dejon Gomes key interception.
Brandon Kinnie makes a nice catch and several yards after contact.
The Huskers are in Henery range.
Alex lines up for the go-ahead field goal with 1:49 left in the fourth quarter.
Somewhere in there is Henery being congratulated for putting the Huskers up 12-10.
Thanks to Adi Kunalic's kick out-of-bounds, McCoy and the Longhorns start at their own 40 yard line.
And they quickly move down the field, thanks to another horse collar tackle called on the Huskers.
Colt McCoy has to know that he just about became a goat thanks to his boneheaded disregard of the game clock.
Colt watching as his team lines up for a 46-yard field goal, the difference between greatness and goatness.