Nebraska Cornhuskers fans are joined by South Carolina and Florida Atlantic fans who are worried about Keem Green after a reported tragic accident.
College football fans all over the country began offering well wishes and prayers for former Nebraska Cornhuskers player Keem Green on Saturday night after one of his former teammates took to social media with some bad news.
Damion Daniels posted on Twitter Saturday night that Keem Green did in fact, need plenty of support from everyone who knew him and knew of him. Details are scarce at this point but when Daniels was asked by another poster what happened he did share some news.
The former Nebraska football star said that Green had been in a “very bad accident.” It didn’t take very long for Green’s former coach to join in and confirm that something had gone very wrong.
Ex-Nebraska Cornhuskers defensive coordinator also posted to Twitter about the situation.
"“Please pray for @keem_green tonight, I love him and he needs love from all you too.”"
Green played for the Nebraska football team in 2019 and 2020. He eventually transferred to South Carolina for the 2021 season before spending his final year of college eligibility at Florida Atlantic last season.
I hope you’ll join me in indeed wishing Keem Green a speedy recovery from whatever has befallen him.
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