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Nebraska President Pens Letter In Support Of Football Players' Right To Protest

In the face of disparaging comments from several of Nebraska’s current and former high-ranking public officials, University of Nebraska senior linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey managed to garner some in-house support prior to his upcoming sit-down with governor Pete Ricketts. Read more...
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