It's been a tumultuous four years for the Nebraska seniors, but they have a chance to go out on a high note on Friday.
The class has gone through a coaching change, an athletic director change, and is on the verge of possibly missing out on a bowl game for just the third time since 1968.
But they also have a chance to play spoiler on Friday, ruining Iowa's undefeated season and possibly knocking them out of the college football playoff.
They say the challenges they've faced in their careers have made them stronger as a group.
"There isn't a lot of romance in college football, you know?" said Jack Gangwish. "It's results-driven, you've gotta perform. You've gotta go out there and do well, especially at a place like Nebraska."
"When the last coaching staff was gone, we all just came together and realized that we can only really count on ourselves and I think everybody's got great chemistry because of it," said Andy Janovich.
"I really appreciate them for who they've been and how they have gone through this year," said Head Coach Mike Riley. "They're good representatives of this program, of this school."
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