Nebraska Takes Delay Of Game On 1st Punt Of Season To Honor Sam Foltz

first_imgNebraska honoring Sam Foltz by taking a delay of game penalty.BTN.Nebraska only had 10 players on the field for its first punt of the season.This was intentional.Nebraska intentionally did not send out a punter at the end of their first series, honoring former Huskers’ punter Sam Foltz, who passed away in a car crash this summer. The Huskers took a delay of game penalty.It’s a tremendous gesture.We’ll always remember #SF27.Well done, @HuskerFBNation & HUskers fans.Great class, @FresnoStateFB. https://t.co/moG174xLP5— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 4, 2016Nebraska is also honoring Foltz, who died in a car crash with former Michigan State special teamer Mike Sadler, with a helmet sticker. They’re keeping his locker in-tact, too.Locker room set up and ready to go. #Huskers #gbr #SF27 pic.twitter.com/ZTUuNJx8R5— Nebraska Equipment (@NUequipment) September 3, 2016Well done, Nebraska football.last_img

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