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Nebraska Regent Calls For Kneeling Players To Be Kicked Off Team Then Tries To Deny It

Nebraska player Michael Rose-Ivey held a press conference yesterday and discussed the litany of slurs, threats, and condemnations he and two of his teammates had heard from fans after they kneeled during the national anthem before the Huskers’ game this weekend. Unsurprisingly, there are higher-ups involved who feel that Rose-Ivey and his colleagues were the truly “disrespectful” ones.
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