Former Nebraska football quarterback Adrian Martinez named All-UFL

A former Nebraska quarterback has been named to the first All-United Football League team. Adrian Martinez was officially named an All-UFL quarterback on Wednesday afternoon.

On the year, Martinez threw for 1,749 yards and 15 touchdowns with three interceptions. He has also rushed for a UFL league-leading 528 yards and three touchdowns with an average of 9.8 yards per rush.

The quarterback played four seasons at Nebraska, from 2018-21, before transferring to Kansas State to finish his career. While in college, he threw for 9,391 yards and 49 touchdowns with 30 interceptions. Martinez also ran for 2,847 yards and 44 touchdowns.

Adrian Martinez and the Birmingham Stallions will play the Michigan Panthers in the USFL Conference Championship game on Saturday. The Stallions are 2-0 against the Panthers this year, with first kickoff scheduled for 3:00 PM CT on ABC.

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