Kevin Williams, in his fifth year in the Husker program, said he's never had a moment like what happened Saturday night.
"I don't think anything will ever top that," said the defensive tackle of the 39-38 win over Michigan State, and the celebration that took over the stadium after.
"Like I was telling the guys before, I've never seen the stadium like that before. I've been here for five years and we stayed out there for, what, 20 minutes, just jumping up and down celebrating. That was awesome. The locker room was crazy. I don't think it can get much better than that."
Williams said he thinks it changed "confidence" in the program. "You could see it in everybody's face just walking around the stadium today, yesterday, just knowing that we still have two games left, we can make something out of the season. Everybody's confident in their abilities and what we can do going forward."
The senior, who expects to find out in two to three weeks if he'll receive a sixth year of eligibility, also had an opinion on the "Let Me Clear My Throat" song that has taken off as a Husker anthem of sorts in big moments.
"Whoever's in charge of that, definitely keep that going."
Speaking of, click on the attached video for a field view of the scene after the game.