Nebraska QB Tommy Armstrong Appears Likely To Play Against Minnesota

After entering concussion protocol this week, Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong appears likely to play this weekend against Minnesota.

After entering concussion protocol this week, Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong appears likely to play this weekend against Minnesota. 

"He’s [Tommy] gone through and passed all of the concussion protocol up to this point," said Nebraska head coach Mike Riley on Thursday. "What will happen is we will find out if he is asymptomatic tomorrow and if he is, then he will pass another day. And then, he could be cleared to play after that if everything goes smoothly.”

A four-year starting senior, Armstrong's career is winding down in Lincoln. In the video above, we take a look back at Armstrong's career thus far. Here is our top five. 

#5 - @Minnesota, 2015
18/26, 261 YDS, 3 TDS

#4 - No. 22 Oregon, 2016
17/33, 200 YDS, 3 TDS
16 ATT, 95 YDS, 1 TD

#3 - UCLA, 2015
12/19, 174 YDS, 1 TD
10 ATT, 76 YDS, 1 TD

#2 - No. 7 Michigan State, 2015
19/33, 320 YDS, 2 TDS
2 RUSHING TDS

#1 - @Northwestern, 2016
18/29, 246 YDS, 3 TDS
13 ATT, 132 YDS

Against OhioState, Armstrong set the Nebraska record for career total offense. He has 10,274 yards of total offense, surpassing the previous record of 10,233 yards by Taylor Martinez. 


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