Nebraska may be without one of their best offensive linemen for an extended amount of time.
During the Huskers game against Wisconsin, Nebraska sophomore right guard Tanner Farmer’s leg got rolled up during a running play and the early indication is that it might be a serious injury.
There's about 8 or 9 Huskers athletic trainers, coaches and staff members around Tanner Farmer, who's still down.
— Brian Rosenthal (@GBRosenthal) October 29, 2016
After athletic trainers tended to Farmer, he was eventually taken off the field on a cart. Farmer has been one of the better linemen for Nebraska this season as a sophomore, as he stepped into the starting lineup after four seniors graduated last season.
Tanner Farmer goes off in cart. Has been playing excellent football of late, maybe best among #Huskers linemen.
— Steven M. Sipple (@HuskerExtraSip) October 29, 2016
Farmer will be replaced by senior offensive lineman Corey Whitaker at right guard the rest of the game for Nebraska, who is already dealing with injuries at multiple of their offensive line positions.