Youngstown State, led by former Nebraska Head Coach Bo Pelini, is on to the FCS Championship game after upsetting No. 2 Eastern Washington in the semifinals of the FCS playoffs.
With just six seconds left in the game, Youngstown was facing second-and-goal from the five yard-line, trailing 38-34. Youngstown St. quarterback Hunter Wells found Kevin Rader for one of the best catches in college football so far this season to seal the 40-38 victory for the Penguins.
Here's the catch:
Catch of the Year!!
— FCS Football (@NCAA_FCS) December 18, 2016
According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, Youngstown St. paid Pelini $263k to coach this season, while the Huskers paid him $1.53 million not to coach, per buyout terms.
Youngstown St. will face off against No. 4 James Madison in the FCS Championship Jan. 7 at noon at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The game will be televised live on ESPN2.