South Carolina got the ball to start the game and the Nebraska defense forced the Gamecocks to punt the ball. Taylor Martinez found Rex Burkhead for 14 yards to set the Huskers up on the 30 yard line. On the very next play, Martinez finds Kenny Bell for a 30-yard touchdown putting Nebraska up 6-0. Nebraska's extra point was blocked and returned for a 2-point conversion by South Carolina, making the score 6-2 in favor of the Huskers in the first quarter.
Following a defensive stop on third down, South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw gives the Gamecocks a 9-6 lead over Nebraska with 6:04 remaining in the first quarter.
Ameer Abdullah gives the Huskers a touchdown on a 1-yard run on a pitch from Rex Burkhead, Nebraska leads 13-9 in the first quarter.
Nebraska leads South Carolina 13-9 at the end of the first quarter.
Nebraska dodges a bullet when South Carolina misses a 22-yard field goal following a 78 yard pass connection from Connor Shaw to Alshon Jeffrey. Huskers still lead 13-9 over South Carolina in the 2nd quarter.
On the final play of the first half, Alshon Jeffery hauls in a ridiculous throw by Connor Shaw to give South Carolina a 16-13 lead at the half.
On Nebraska's first possession of the second half, Taylor Martinez completed passes to get the Huskers inside the 50 yard line and driving. Martinez then ran 36 yards to put the Huskers inside the 10 yard line.
Brett Maher then lined up for a 36 yard field goal, the kick was wide right, the score remains 16-13 in favor of South Carolina.
Connor Shaw found Kenny Miles for a nine-yard touchdown extending South Carolina's lead to 23-13 over Nebraska in the 4th quarter.
Kenny Miles scores on a three-yard rushing touchdown, extending South Carolina's lead to 30-13 over Nebraska in the 4th quarter.
Nebraska falls to South Carolina 30-13 in the Capital One Bowl. The Huskers end the season with a 9-4 record.
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