Found January 03, 2013 on No Coast Bias :
Someone associated with the Huskers FINALLY has reason to talk smack. It’s been a rough few days for Huskers everywhere after this and this, but former Nebraska stand-out, current Washington Redskins defensive lineman, and pro-wrestling junkie Adam Carriker had reason to thump his chest after Washington defeated the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday to clinch a The post Former Husker Adam Carriker Trolls Giants, Eagles and Cowboys Fans appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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