Nearly a week after suffering what looked like a serious head injury, Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. is dealing with another injury.
Armstrong, who accounted for three total touchdowns in Nebraska’s 24-17 over Minnesota, has a hamstring injury, making him day-to-day and putting his status for the game Saturday against Maryland in the air.
Tommy Armstrong is again day-to-day. Ryker Fyfe will take first-team snaps this week. #Huskers
— Christopher Heady (@heady_chris) November 14, 2016
Armstrong missed only one game in the 2015 season and has played in every game so far this season. Senior quarterback Ryker Fyfe is taking first-team reps in practice.
Armstrong has 29 total wins as Nebraska’s signal-caller, and led the Huskers to an 7-0 record to start the 2016 season until the team’s first loss against Wisconsin. Last week against Ohio State, Armstrong also set the Nebraska school record for career yards gained as a Husker.