Wisconsin's Paul Chryst talks of challenges Huskers QB Adrian Martinez from the library
Wisconsin is looking ahead to its next game against Nebraska, who has given teams in the B1G some trouble.
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez can be the root of all the problems they can cause, and Wisconsin’s Paul Chryst knows that.
Per USA Today’s and Badgerswire’s Asher Low, Chryst praised the Cornhuskers’ quarterback at a recent press conference when discussing the matchup.
“He’s a dynamic athlete and he can stress you and make plays, big plays, with his arm and his legs,” Chryst said. “They do a nice job overall in the scheme in putting them in those positions. I remember when he first came in he was impressive. He’s continued to improve and get better, he’s been healthy this whole year. He’s making big plays running the ball and throwing the ball.”
The Badger head coach was complimentary of the Nebraska QB https://t.co/xoqpcZjhMi
— BadgersWire (@thebadgerswire) November 17, 2021
The Cornhuskers’ QB has shown just how dynamic he can be this season just like he has his entire career. Martinez has 2,512 yards passing, 13 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. On the ground, he has 502 yards rushing with 12 touchdowns.
No. 15 Wisconsin (7-3) and Nebraska (3-7) meet Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC.