On the play that cost them the game, the Sooners called an ill-timed stunt. Jimmy Wilkerson, the speedy right defensive end, slanted inside, while 6'2", 266-pound right defensive tackle Kory Klein looped outside—leaving the latter as the only player in position to try to run down Crouch. Afterward Nebraska upper-classmen looked on with amusement as Stuntz dealt with the sudden attention. His father, Wendell, is an orthodontist, Stuntz told a throng of reporters. His brothers, Ryan and Tony, are students at Iowa. Concluding the family rundown, he said, "My mom, Lyn, well, she's my mom."
"We're going to be watching this guy on HuskerVision for the next 40 years," said senior left tackle David Volk.
Said Diedrick, "We'll be seeing that play when we're old men."
As will the Sooners.