A former Nebraska Cornhuskers star is having quite the sale back in Papillion and fans are going to be able to get some serious gear.
Adrian Martinez didn’t finish his career as a member of the Nebraska football team, but he did spend four years with the Huskers. Over that period of time it appears the quarterback amassed quite a bit of gear.
It looks like as he moves onto the next level of his football-playing career he’s getting rid of some of that gear and he’s doing it in an interesting way. The man that Nebraska Cornhuskers fans calls 2AM is going to be holding a garage sale on Friday in Papillion, Nebraska. At that sale is going to be a ton of Huskers gear up for sale at a premium.
If you’re hoping to get something that was once owned by Adrian Martinez, you better show up early. The former Nebraska and Kansas State quarterback advertised his garage sale on Twitter and the news took off quickly.
Other Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- The board of regents met on Thursday and made one small shift and one big move. The big move was making the school president, Ted Carter, the man who oversees Trev Alberts and the Nebraska Cornhuskers athletic department. It had previously been under the purview of the chancellor.
- The smaller shift is that the regents decided that when Volleyball Day in Nebraska takes place, the university will be selling booze. That means it will be the first time in the program’s history that alcohol is sold at a Huskers athletic event in Memorial Stadium.
- The Nebraska football team picked up its 15th commit for the 2024 class and its sixth defensive back in the group. Jones is also yet another prospect that camped with the Nebraska Cornhuskers recently.
- The Nebraska baseball team got a commit of its own in outfielder Clay Bradford. hit .419 with 14 home runs and 54 RBIs. He was also a pitcher but it certainly seems his future with Will Bolt’s squad is on offense.