Nebraska remembers Brook Berringer on anniversary of death
Monday is the 20th anniversary of Brook Berringer’s death.
Berringer, the backup quarterback who filled in for an injured Tommie Frazier and led Nebraska to the 1994 national title, died on this day in 1996 when the plane the 22-year-old was piloting crashed in Raymond, Nebraska.
Two years ago, to commemorate the 18th anniversary of No. 18’s death, BTN Originals produced “Unbeaten” The Life of Brook Berringer,” a documentary that profiled the quarterback’s story.
Watch a clip of the feature in the video at the top of this post.
The Nebraska family is remembering Berringer today on Twitter:
Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) April 18, 2016
In the deed, the glory. Never forget. 🔴🌽✊ https://t.co/9e1Q4cBm00—
Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) April 18, 2016
Never forget #18 https://t.co/lhRAqbLbPG—
Damon Benning (@damonbenning) April 18, 2016
Ryan Held UCF (@UCFHeld) April 18, 2016
Taylor Martinez (@TMAG1C) April 18, 2016
Quincy Enunwa (@QuincyEnunwa) April 18, 2016