Nebraska WR Tyjon Lindsey has shared an emotional response to news of the shooting in Las Vegas.
Lindsey, a freshman with the Huskers, played for Bishop Gorman. As reported by CNN, at least 50 people have been killed and more than 400 more have been rushed to hospitals after the mass shooting.
“Praying for my family, friends, and others who are in Las Vegas at the moment,” Lindsey tweeted on Monday. “Stay safe out there, this is a horrific world we live in.”
Nebraska WR Tyjon Lindsey responds to Las Vegas shooting
Praying for my family, friends, and others who are in Las Vegas at the moment… Stay safe out there, this is a horrific world we live in… https://t.co/9VRebFUSuk
— Tyjon A. L1ndsey (@tyjonlindsey) October 2, 2017
Lindsey was limited his senior season with Bishop Gorman. As a junior, he had a monster year with 45 receptions for 1,117 yards and 14 touchdowns.
After five games this season, Lindsey has 9 catches for 48 yards. He also has 2 rushes for 5 yards.
Lindsey and the Huskers next play No. 9 Wisconsin at 8 p.m. ET on the Big Ten Network.
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