It was the one that got away when Wisconsin played at Nebraska Week 5 on the opening weekend of Big Ten play.
After taking a 27-10 lead with 10:29 remaining in the third quarter, the No. 22 Cornhuskers (10-2, 7-1) scored the next 20 points and held off the Badgers (7-5, 4-4) to avoid the upset in Lincoln.
It was sign of things to come throughout the rest of the season, but alas, here we are, on the eve of the Big Ten Championship Game, with Nebraska and Wisconsin set for Round 2 and a Rose Bowl berth hanging in the balance.
With revenge on the minds of Wisconsin and Nebraska looking for its second triumph over the Badgers, let's look at the five things Wisconsin can learn from its first meeting with the Cornhuskers.