Where's my car? Strong weekend comes to sour close for Nebraska K Connor Culp
Connor Culp might have had an impressive game for Nebraska on Saturday afternoon but his weekend ended on a down note. The Nebraska kicker apparently had his truck stolen Saturday evening.
The senior posted a message on Sunday afternoon that his truck went missing from the Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel. He provided a detailed description in his Twitter post including particulars about his license plate as well as specific features on his vehicle including stickers on the back.
Last night I had my truck stolen in Lincoln Nebraska at the CornHusker hotel. It’s a white 2002 dodge 2500. It has a shell over the bed and has an Arizona license plate with a Cummins and Browning sticker on the back. Please let me or the police know if you see it. Thank you #GBR
— Connor Culp (@culpyy18) November 15, 2020
It was the first time since 2017 that Culp has utilized his Twitter account.
Culp made all three field-goal attempts as well as his three point-after attempts in Nebraska’s 30-23 win at home over Penn State. The win was the first of the season for Nebraska, who improved to 1-2 on the year and suddenly have an upbeat outlook on the close of the year.
It has been a good season so far for Culp, making six of his seven field-goal attempts and all six extra-point efforts.
Culp is a graduate transfer in his first season at Nebraska, having transferred from LSU.