Nebraska Quarterback Tommy Armstrong, Jr.
Obviously the Big Red masses are going to want to see if all this talk of starter swagger’s legit.
As the Omaha World-Herald’s Lee Barfknecht recently remarked, game day is the ultimate truth serum.
The Husker offense’s No. 4 isn’t only worth a watch to see how he handles himself, the huddle and the pigskin. He’s going to throw against a secondary that, believe it or not, ain’t that bad.
Florida Atlantic senior cornerback D’Joun Smith leads the defensive backfield and No. 3 nationally with seven interceptions last year.
If anyone can take advantage of a poorly-thrown ball, it’s him.
Expect Armstrong to have a brain fart or two. What’s most important is if he can bounce back from any major setbacks that he caused.
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