Quarterback Adrian Martinez was a four-year starter at Nebraska however made the choice to switch to Kansas State for his final season of eligibility. Martinez opened up about his switch resolution and provided a brutally trustworthy clarification for his transfer.
Martinez appeared on SiriusXM’s Large 12 Radio on Wednesday and mentioned he needed to expertise a profitable season and play in a bowl game in a bid to reverse narratives he feels have develop into hooked up to him.
“The narratives I’m preventing towards, nicely, I haven’t been to a bowl game and I haven’t had a profitable season,” Martinez mentioned, by way of Nick Kosko of 247 Sports activities. “Now soccer is a team sport, however I play quarterback and infrequently occasions you get related to these sorts of things and I need to win. I need to go play in a bowl game and I need to win a bowl game. In order that was another excuse why I got here right here. I really feel like we’ve got an ideal alternative to win.”
Martinez was Scott Frost’s first quarterback recruit at Nebraska and was named the team’s starter as a real freshman in 2018. Since then, things have been up and down for him, nevertheless it’s definitely honest to say he in all probability anticipated the team to do higher than 15-29 over his 4 years there. Martinez’s feedback are an trustworthy admission that Nebraska was anticipated to succeed by now underneath Frost, and the quarterback was not optimistic about things turning round in 2022.