Yards to Glory: Flea kicker, Snow Bowl

ESPN.com's "Yards to Glory" series, which looks at the top scoring plays from each distance on the football field, wraps up today with yards 0-to-20. Once again, there's a heavy Big Ten presence and some very memorable plays. Here they are:

14. Two Corys

Cory Schlesinger provides winning margin in Orange Bowl

Jan. 1, 1995: Nebraska won its first national title in 22 years on the back of Tommie Frazier, but fullback Cory Schlesinger gave the Huskers their first lead in the fourth quarter with a 14-yard touchdown run, minutes after scoring on a 15-yard run that brought the Huskers to within 17-15, 17-17 after a two-point conversion. The second TD gave them a 24-17 lead, and the defense held on for the title, the first of Tom Osborne's career. -- David Ubben

12. Flea Kicker

Matt Davison saves the day with miracle catch

Nov. 8, 1997: On third down from the Missouri 12-yard line with seven seconds left, Nebraska quarterback Scott Frost threw to Shevin Wiggins at the goal line. Wiggins couldn't make the play, but he kicked the ball into the air, and a diving Matt Davison made the alert grab in the end zone, which tied the score at 38 and capped a 67-yard drive in the final minute. The Cornhuskers, playing in their first overtime game, won 45-38, then went on to finish 13-0 and win the national championship, their second in three years. It was Tom Osborne's final season. -- Ted Miller

10. Michigan Men

Chad Henne and Mario Manningham hand PSU lone defeat

Oct. 15, 2005: Penn State's perfect season appeared to be intact after Michael Robinson scored with 53 seconds left to give the Nittany Lions a 25-21 lead at Michigan Stadium. But a Steve Breaston kickoff return gave Michigan life, along with the controversial addition of two seconds to the clock. Quarterback Chad Henne then tossed a 10-yard touchdown pass to Mario Manningham with no time remaining as the Wolverines prevailed 27-25, handing Penn State its lone loss that fall. -- Adam Rittenberg

5. Call Me Maurice

Maurice Clarett scores title-winning TD on final college carry

Jan. 3, 2003: With a national championship hanging in the balance in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl, Ohio State freshman tailback Maurice Clarett ran for a 5-yard touchdown, and OSU's defense then made a dramatic goal-line stand for a 31-24 victory. OSU ended Miami's 34-game winning streak and ended its bid for back-to-back national championships. It also was the last carry of Clarett's college career; he was suspended from the team the next season for filing a false police report. -- Mark Schlabach

2. Take A Bow

Todd Blackledge's last-second TD gives Penn State title

Oct. 25, 1982: Penn State won the '82 national championship, but it wouldn't have happened without the hands of unsung tight end Kirk Bowman. Trailing Nebraska 24-21, Bowman dug out a low throw from Nittany Lions quarterback Todd Blackledge in the back of the end zone for the winning touchdown with four seconds remaining. Blackledge had engineered a 10-play, 65-yard drive in the waning minutes, capped by that play. Nebraska, which would not lose again until the 1984 Orange Bowl, would have had a strong case for the national title if not for that play. -- Pat Forde

0. Snow Bowl

Bob Momsen scores lone touchdown after blocked punt

Nov. 25, 1950: The worst blizzard to hit Columbus in decades arrived the day of the Michigan-Ohio State game. More than 50,000 fans braved snow and 30 mph winds to watch the Wolverines and Buckeyes wait for each other to make a mistake. Michigan capitalized on two, scoring all its points in the 9-3 victory on blocked punts: a first-quarter safety and the decisive touchdown in the second quarter. The Wolverines' Bob Momsen fell on the ball in the end zone. -- Ivan Maisel

Was there a stranger game-saving play than Wiggins' kick? A more controversial player than Maurice Clarett? A more inhumane game condition than the Snow Bowl? These last plays in the series are full of superlatives.

You can check out the entire final installment of this fun series here.