LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 10: A general view of Memorial Stadium during a game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Wyoming Cowboys on September 10, 2016 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Nebraska defeated Wyoming 52-14. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)It’s been a tough season for Nebraska, highlighted by their winless record so far. However, more unfortunate news struck the Cornhuskers in the form of a huge transfer.Earlier this week, Tyjon Lindsey received his scholarship release, as the former four-star recruit is ready to transfer. Although he’s ready to start a new chapter at Oregon State, the potential-packed wideout didn’t forget to say goodbye to his supporters at Nebraska.This heartfelt message proves Lindsey will miss his time with the Cornhuskers, but he’ll embrace his new opportunity to shine on Saturdays.Thank you @HuskerFBNation and the TRUE GBR FANS who’ve shown me nothing but unconditional love and a warm welcoming when I first arrived on campus. ?The Marathon must continue… pic.twitter.com/T6SiqIBtsq— T-WAYNE (@tyjonlindsey) October 8, 2018Last season, Lindsey finished with 12 receptions for 76 yards as a freshman. In his time on the gridiron this year, he had three catches for 22 yards.The Cornhuskers will continue relying on JD Spielman and Morgan Stanley Jr. on the outside. Nonetheless, losing a gifted athlete like Lindsey isn’t ideal for Scott Frost in his first season at Nebraska.
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