Nebraska loses QB Adrian Martinez to injury on first drive vs. Michigan State

It did not take very long for Michigan State to knock Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez out of the game as the Cornhuskers leader was injured on his first drive of the game.

Martinez was hurt when Xavier Henderson drilled him on third down. He was able to slowly walk off of the field but was forced to go to the locker room.

Stay tuned for further updates.

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