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‘Some said we deserved to be lynched’: Nebraska fooball player shares reactions to anthem protest

On Saturday, Nebraska senior linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey, along with freshmen Mohamed Barry and DaiShon Neal, took a knee during the national anthem before a football game against Northwestern. Rose-Ivey said Monday that some of the reactions he and his teammates received, including suggestions that they be “lynched,” show why their protest was necessary. “Some believe DaiShon, [
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