Husker players and fans alike are sending well wishes to the quarterback, who announced Thursday that he's entering the transfer portal.
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Thanks to AdrianUpdated
Words can’t express how thankful we are for you Adrian! You’re a true role model to our younger generation, and a blueprint for what every young man should strive to be. I hope wherever you end up that they understand you’re far more than just a QB. You’re a leader. Thank you🌽☠️ https://t.co/cSCAd39b2B— 🌽Fully Husk’d🌽 (@Fishy_Fischer) December 2, 2021
The fact that he had to shut off the comments for this post says it all. This dude gave his body up for the Husker faithful often to be ridiculed in return. Always a class act and I can’t thank Adrian enough for his contributions to the program. Best of luck going forward. https://t.co/Tb6HK6f1bR— Ryan Dettman (@RyanDettman) December 2, 2021
We don't really get to know players on a personal level, but from the first time I talked to Adrian Martinez in Dec. 2017, he's done nothing but impress with how he handles the spotlight, the pressure, etc. All the time.— Parker Gabriel (@HuskerExtraPG) December 2, 2021
Wherever he goes next will be better for having him.
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Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez was forever calm and positive in an environment that often became tense and negative because of all the losing.
The four-year starting quarterback and only three-time captain in school history is entering his name into the NCAA’s transfer portal.
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