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Perhaps the most dramatic finish in Lane Stadium history. The Hokies Tyrod Taylor threw a game-winning touchdown pass to Dyrell Roberts in the final seconds to give Tech an improbable 16-15 win over Nebraska. The Hokies trailed the Cornhuskers 15-10 with just 1:44 remaining in the game when they got the ball on their own 12-yard line. With no time outs remaining, the Hokies drove 88 yards in five plays for the game winning score. Taylor’s 81-yard pass to Danny Coale brought the ball to the Nebraska 3-yard line. Three plays later, Taylor scrambled, and as Husker’s defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh grabbed his jersey, he fired the game winning pass to Roberts.Listen:
The athletics department also is establishing an endowment in the name of Burnop's wife, Ellen, and Roth's sister, Lynda, both of whom passed away from lung cancer this summer. Anyone who makes a contribution of at least $25 to this endowment will receive a commemorative print. The endowment will fund a scholarship in their names.
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This fall, we celebrated Bill & Mike's 25th season in the radio booth by counting down their top-25 Virginia Tech football moments. Each Tuesday throughout the season, some of the most exciting and memorable moments in Tech history were unveiled right here on hokiesports.com/billandmike. Bill & Mike's “Number One Moment” was revealed on November 20.
You can still vote for YOUR favorite moment among the top-25, up until the football team's appearance in the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, Fla., when the fan favorite will be announced.