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Draft Scout Quincy Enunwa News
01/01/14 - Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. and wide receiver Quincy Enunwa combined for record-setting performances and the Cornhuskers forced Georgia to turn the ball over on downs on two late trips inside the red zone in the last six minutes of their 24-19 victory on Wednesday in the 69th Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl at EverBank Field. Armstrong threw a 99-yard touchdown pass to Enunwa in the third quarter to give Nebraska (9-4) a 24-12 lead. Georgia (8-5) cut the lead to five points on a 25-yard scoring pass from Hutson Mason to Todd Gurley but got no closer after coming up empty on its final two possessions.
The Bulldogs reached the Nebraska 22-yard line in a 48-yard pass from Mason to Michael Bennett but lost the ball on downs when Huskers safety Andrew Green jarred a pass loose from Georgia's Rantavious Wooten. Georgia forced a punt and moved to the Nebraska 23. But the Bulldogs stalled again and tight end Arthur Lynch dropped a pass on fourth-and-3 from the Huskers' 16 with 31 seconds left that would have been good for a first down. Armstrong completed only 6-of-14 passes, but two of those were to Enunwa, who broke Johnny Rodgers' 1971 record of 11 touchdown receptions with the 99-yard collaboration. It was the longest pass play in Nebraska history and the longest touchdown play of any kind in Gator Bowl history. - The Sports Xchange
01/01/14 - Tommy Armstrong Jr. connected with Quincy Enunwa for two touchdowns, including a 99-yarder in the third quarter, and Nebraska held on to beat No. 23 Georgia 24-19 in the rain-soaked Gator Bowl on Wednesday. Playing in their 50th bowl, the Cornhuskers (9-4) ended a four-game losing streak against teams from the Southeastern Conference. The streak included a 45-31 loss to Georgia in the Capital One Bowl last season. The rematch was much different. Nebraska did a solid job against running back Todd Gurley, who ran for 125 yards and a touchdown last year. Gurley finished with 86 yards on the ground.
Gurley was more effective in the passing game, catching seven passes for 97 yards and a score. His 25-yard score on the first play of the fourth quarter cut Nebraska's lead to 24-19. But the Huskers stopped Georgia (8-5) twice on fourth down in the closing minutes. Rantavious Wooten and Arthur Lynch dropped fourth-down passes that ended drives in the red zone. Those drops were indicative of the entire game for Georgia. The Bulldogs moved inside the 25-yard line seven times, but settled for four field goals. Despite those, Georgia had a chance late. - AP Sports
01/01/14 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Nebraska WR Quincy Enunwa is among the most under-rated receivers in the Big Ten Conference. The senior workhorse surprisingly didn't earn any postseason conference recognition despite his 10 touchdown receptions. He's a physical receiver who cherishes blocking as much as he does catching passes. - The Sports Xchange
08/14/13 - OTHER NEBRASKA PROSPECTS WORTH WATCHING: WR Quincy Enunwa (6-2, 215, 4.53)...While Kenny Bell is Nebraska's No. 1 receiving option, Enunwa is usually the second progression for the quarterback. He is coming off a career-year last season with 42 catches for 470 yards and one touchdown and brings a good mix of size and speed to do damage on the inside and out. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com