McNeese State's improbable run toward the end of the Cowboys' game Saturday was storybook worthy.
They tied the No. 19 ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers and had battled all game for what appeared to be an upset of monumental proportions.
The FCS school held strong, forcing a third-and-6 with just over a minute left in the game. And that's when Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah broke off his game-winning dash to the end zone:
If that wasn't demoralizing enough, check out the audio from McNeese State's radio team:
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If you'd like a sad picture to go along with the audio, here's McNeese State head coach Matt Viator after the game.
McNeese State coach Matt Viator. The agony of defeat pic.twitter.com/izr6o2wKKE
-- Dirk Chatelain (@dirkchatelain) September 6, 2014