Nebraska led Northwestern by 10 points with less than three minutes to play, but the Wildcats rallied in spectacular fashion, tying the game with 12 seconds left on a 99-yard touchdown drive with no timeouts left before going on to win 34-31 in overtime on Saturday afternoon.

The ‘Cats got a memorable performance from senior quarterback Clayton Thorson, who completed 41-of-64 passes for 455 yards, linking up with freshman J.J. Jefferson to cap a drive that goes down as the longest in school history.

With the win, Northwestern has now secured 10 of its last 11 Big Ten games, improving to 3-3 (3-1) with a legitimate chance to compete for a West division title.

Here are reactions from head coach Pat Fitzgerald and key players following the momentous road win: