The agreement paves the way for Nebraska student-athletes to use the university's logos and marks on merchandise.
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Stanley Berryhill III doesn’t yet have his own berry flavor at Eegees, running back Stevie Rocker isn’t promoting a gravel company, and offensive lineman Jordan Morgan isn’t sponsored by Raising Cane’s — yet — even though he credits the chicken joint for the weight he's gained since entering college.
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Lambrecht on Friday afternoon announced the launch of Athlete Branding & Marketing and his first two clients: Adrian Martinez and Cam Taylor-Britt.
Graham Mertz's merchandise has been available for several weeks now. But one of his offensive linemen is wondering where his free swag from th…
The second-year starter, who was among the first in the nation to capitalize on NIL, said it's all about making sure the main focus remains on…
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez is already showing off his marketability in the new era of college athletes being able to profit off of their own name, image and likeness.
As the countdown to the beginning of Nebraska’s preseason camp continues, the Journal Star is counting down its annual list of the 30 Most Intriguing Huskers.
Brown, a defensive back from Johnston City, Illinois, picked Wisconsin over Illinois and Northwestern.