“We’ve got to go play well,” Frost said when asked about Martinez’s status.Frost said Martinez will make the trip along with Vedral, McCaffrey and Andrew Bunch. Wouldn’t read much into that, though, in terms of Martinez’s status.— Parker Gabriel (@HuskerExtraPG) October 10, 2019Martinez has traveled to Minnesota for tonight’s game, though at this point, it’s still unclear if he’ll be able to play.It’s safe to assume that Martinez will probably try to go through warmups and have the Huskers’ trainers see if he’s able to go.If not, Nebraska will start the backup, sophomore Noah Vedral.Frost has maintained that Martinez’s injury isn’t serious, so if he does have to miss tonight’s game, he likely shouldn’t miss many more.Martinez entered the 2019 season with Heisman Trophy hype. He hasn’t really lived up to that yet, but he has a chance to finish strong in the second half of the season.Nebraska is 4-2, set to take on the 5-0 Minnesota Golden Gophers. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. E.T. on FOX Sports 1. LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 28: Quarterback Adrian Martinez #2 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers warms up before the game against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Memorial Stadium on September 28, 2019 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Adrian Martinez’s status for tonight’s game against Minnesota is up in the air. Here’s the latest on the status of the Huskers’ quarterback.Nebraska’s sophomore quarterback suffered a lower-leg injury during his team’s win over Northwestern last Saturday. Martinez missed the final minutes of the Huskers’ walk-off win.Martinez has appeared to be questionable for tonight’s game all week. The Huskers’ quarterback was spotted at practice in pads, though it’s unclear how much he actually practiced.Head coach Scott Frost has been mum on his status all week.
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