Nebraska has joined the movement.
Huskers Michael Rose-Ivey, Mo Barry and DaiShon Neal took a knee during the national anthem on Saturday to protest police violence against African-Americans. Michigan and Michigan State players did the same during their games on Saturday.
The movement is continuing to grow. More & more players are kneeling during National Anthem. Three Huskers tonight pic.twitter.com/8WCv3oBmKW
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) September 24, 2016
Huskers were on the field for the National Anthem. A few players did take a knee: Michael Rose-Ivey, DaiShon Neal & Mo Barry.
— Brian Christopherson (@HuskerExtraBC) September 24, 2016
49ers QB Colin Kaepernick started the movement, kneeling during an NFL preseason game. It’s since spread to a variety of sports, and now, the Big Ten.