Nebraska fans are ridiculous. In a good way.
Adrian Martinez is having a yard sale and it sounds like Nebraska fans are planning on showing up in droves.
YARD SALE!! Tomorrow, June 23rd @ 12567 S 80th St— Adrian Martinez (@MartinezTheQB) June 22, 2023
Papillion, NE 68046
Selling TONS of Husker gear… 20$ and under!! 8am - 2pm, see y’all there! pic.twitter.com/QDEWI5Cdvl
This is not my house, please be respectful!! Cash only for all purchases!— Adrian Martinez (@MartinezTheQB) June 22, 2023
Never did I expect that the NIL era would result in yard sales but yet here we are. Now that I think of it, I really should have expected this to happen.
My favorite thought is that this should attract two separate type of people. The first are those who are looking to meet Adrian Martinez and buy his used year. The second are the women who show up to each and every yard sale they can just so they can buy stuff because “it’s a good deal” and then put it in storage.
In and out! 2 item limit. 5 people in at a time. @MartinezTheQB is signing autographs too along with @MarisaWeichel! Thanks for the memories 2AM ❤️ ☠️ #Huskers #firstinline #thereisnoplacelikenebraska #KState @HuskerFBNation pic.twitter.com/hSfCEyHXgZ— Kellie KW ❤️ TV (@thekelliekw) June 23, 2023
SPORTS! SPORTS! JORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
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“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
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