Iowa's Keith Duncan taunts the Nebraska sideline after drilling game-winning FG
Keith Duncan has a moment he’ll remember for the rest of his life. And after knocking down a game-winning field goal against Nebraska, he couldn’t contain his emotions.
It’s probably something the players on that Huskers sideline will remember for awhile, too.
Tied at 24-24, Nate Stanley was able to complete back-to-back passes with time winding down in the fourth quarter, putting Iowa in field goal range with :06 remaining in the contest. Duncan trotted onto the field and knocked down a 48-yard attempt, lifting Iowa to a 27-24 victory in Lincoln.
After the kick traveled through the uprights, Duncan’s emotions took over. He taunted the Nebraska sidelines, giving them the finger wag followed by blowing kisses their way. That’s what Rivalry Week is all about, right?
KEITH DUNCAN BLOWIN KISSES. IOWA 27, NEBRASKA 24 pic.twitter.com/1LxEGOUyqG
— Go Iowa Awesome (@IowaAwesome) November 29, 2019
Hey, when you drill a game-winning field goal and end your rival’s season, you have the right to taunt a little bit.
This was the second-straight year Iowa defeated Nebraska on a game-winning field goal, and the fifth-straight win in the head-to-head series for the Hawkeyes. Iowa improved to 9-3 on the season, with a chance to hit 10 wins with a bowl victory.
Nebraska’s season ends at 5-7.