Last week, Tommy Armstrong Jr., was motionless on the sideline in Columbus, was taken off the field on a stretcher and was transported to a local hospital via ambulance in one of the scariest moments we’ve seen on the field this season.

But it appears that the senior quarterback is back and ready to go. According to Christopher Heady from, Armstrong is listed as the starting quarterback on the depth chart for the Huskers as they prepare to take on Minnesota tonight.

Armstrong did return to the sideline last week in Columbus and it was reported that all tests and examinations were precautionary. Earlier this week, Mike Riley said that Armstrong would probably have a good chance to start against the Gophers.