Controversy swirled whether Nebraska, a team with a 5-7 record, should have earned an invitation to play in the Foster Farms Bowl.
And perhaps it's UCLA that most wished the Cornhuskers were left out after the Bruins stumbled to a 37-29 defeat at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on Saturday.
UCLA fell to an 8-5 finish and Nebraska improved to 6-7.
The Bruins took a 21-7 lead in the second quarter when Josh Rosen completed a 26-yard pass to Nate Starks for a touchdown.
But the Cornhuskers held the Bruins to just one yard of total offense in the third quarter and scored 30 unanswered points to take a 37-21 lead to start...