Since Blaine Gabbart is supposed to be quite the "pro prospect" and he did what he did (throw an inexcusable INT late in the game for a TD) against what many considered a undermatched Iowa Hawkeye team, many on 810WHB on the following day were talking about how they'll remember that change of events well. Then enter K-state.
You all know what happened. Hilburn was punished for something lame, and whoever was viewing that game whether it be a fan or just a neutral interested party/college football junkie was left asking, "well what if?" in a game of relatively evenly matched teams I guess what I want to know, is which game lives on in more memories? At least I'm relishing Nebraska losing to a 6-6 Pac-10 team helping the Big 12 to a 1-4 record in the bowls.