Retiring Osborne always kept cool under pressure
LINCOLN, Neb. – It was homecoming 1991. Ninth-ranked Nebraska was favored by 35 points over Kansas State, still thought of as a woebegone program at the time and whose best days were still far on the horizon.
A quarterback named Paul Watson was shredding the Huskers' secondary, and the Wildcats led by a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Rob Zatechka, a redshirt freshman who later would play on Nebraska's famed "Pipeline" offensive line, remembers pandemonium on the sideline. Teammates were yelling at each other, assistant coaches were yelling at players and other assistants.
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