Huskers Take Over HiMark

Posted by: Matt Lothrop

mlothrop@klkntv.com

More than two dozen former Husker football players flooded Lincoln's HiMark Golf Course on Saturday to support Brenden Stai. The former Nebraska offensive lineman helped the Huskers to the 1994 National Championship, but is now helping to raise money and support for Tiny Hands International. The group fights sex trafficking in Nepal.

Several golfing in the charity event included fellow teammates such as Eric Warfield. Others included members of the 2011 Husker squad that Stai met and worked with as a football intern.

Marcel Jones, a 7th round pick of the New Orleans Saints returned from his pre-season work outs to take part in the event.

Johnny Rodgers also took part in the event, his first time doing so. Rodgers said the Husker football fraternity and brotherhood, along with the good cause made him want to take part in the event.

Watch KLKN Channel 8 News at 6 and 10 to see Rodgers, Warfield and several other Huskers hit the links.

To learn more about Tiny Hands and the Brenden Stai Golf Classic visit Tinyhandsinternational.org.