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University of Nebraska football player says his team's own fans told him he 'should be lynched' for protesting anthem

Prior to the University of Nebraska's most recent football game against Northwestern, three players kneeled during the anthem in protest of social injustice, following in the footsteps of Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers. According to one of those players, they have since received threats from their own fans. Twitter/Husker Extra Michael Rose-Ivey, a senior linebacker, spoke about the situation during a press conference.
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