I don't have a problem with the call. The biggest question mark I have about Rhoads' management of the game was, why would you rather put the game on a one-time play in OT when you had the ball with 40 seconds left, the wind at your back, all three TOs remaining, and you only needed to drive 40 yards to attempt a game-winning field goal. I was very surprised that Rhoads didn't even try to move the ball there.
Regarding the two-point conversion attempt, I don't have a problem with it. Personally, I was completely faked out by it. I think my jaw hit the floor when they ran the fake. The timing was right. The circumstances didn't dictate that a fake was likely - in fact, most circumstances dictated you don't go for two, like the fact that it was not your regular offense, the guy who threw the pass hadn't thrown a pass all year, you don't typically play for the win at home, the wind was in their face, etc. All in all, I didn't even think about a fake.
Turns out, Bo did. He'd told his coverage team before the PAT that they were going to fake it, and made sure that Eric Hagg didn't rush up to try to block the PAT. Hagg stayed back in his center field position and when they ran the fake, he was in position to defend it - but just barely.
How 'bout them Huskers!