Much has been said concerning Ndamukong Suh, the 6-foot-4, 300 lb, soft-spoken giant from Portland, Ore.
Gentle and introspective off the field, he is a master of chaos and controlled violence on gameday, routinely fighting through double- and triple-teams to redefine the standard of excellence at the defensive tackle position.
Every week, more people become familiar with this one-man wrecking crew, whose name comes from the Ngema tribe in Cameroon and means "House of Spears."
Those who didn't know who he was at the beginning of the season surely know him now.
Not only has the man become an instant legend at Nebraska——where his name will be included among the university's many great players——but he is virtually guaranteed to build upon his college legacy in the NFL.
Numerous scouting experts list him as the first overall pick in the upcoming draft.
As Cornhusker fans (and fans of exceptional football, no matter the team), let's celebrate Mr. Suh's invitation to the 75th Heisman Trophy award presentation in New York City by taking a look at a game-by-game retrospective of his amazing season.