Wan’Dale Robinson’s touchdown against Northwestern was amazing and especially crucial. The call of the score by the Spanish broadcast is also a thing of beauty.

Robinson’s touchdown came towards the end of the first quarter and broke a scoreless deadlock. It was a lightning-quick 42-yard score and turned out to be Nebraska’s only touchdown of the day.

That score became increasingly important as the Cornhuskers and Wildcats were tied late into the contest. In fact, Nebraska won the game on a game-winning kick as time expired.

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Robinson was the big star for Nebraska, leading the Cornhuskers in rushing and receiving yardage in the win.

BTN shared the Spanish call of Robinson’s touchdown on Tuesday, and the work from Husker Radio Network is incredible. The passion and enthusiasm in the call are second to none.

Check it out for yourself: