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LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska players are starting the week concerned about themselves more than they are about Fresno State. They say some self-reflection is in order after Saturday's close call against McNeese State.
Offensive tackle Alex Lewis called it a "humbling game" and that a similar effort probably won't be good enough to win many other games.
The Cowboys of the second-tier Football Championship Subdivision erased a 10-point deficit and were tied with Nebraska (2-0) in the final minute. The Cornhuskers won 31-24 on Ameer Abdullah's tackle-busting catch-and-run for a 58-yard touchdown with 20 seconds left.
The Huskers, who fell out of the Top 25, play at Fresno State (0-2) this week.