Injured Nebraska LB Collin Miller releases statement on social media
Nebraska linebacker Collin Miller has released a statement on social media after he was stretchered off the field with an injury during the Cornhuskers game against Illinois.
You can find his statement here from his official Twitter.
“I want to thank everyone for the thoughts and prayers as they definitely worked,” Miller wrote on Twitter. “God was with me.”
I want to thank everyone for the thoughts and prayers as they definitely worked. God was with me. pic.twitter.com/455xm7WOd0
— Collin Miller (@C_millz31) November 21, 2020
After the game, Nebraska head coach Scott Frost said that he had feeling everywhere in his body and a full range of motion so it’s great news that he’s doing well.
Scott Frost on Collin Miller: "Right now, cautiously optimistic that everything looks good. From what I hear, he has feeling everywhere, full range of motion…"
Said preliminary examination looks good for Miller.
— Erin Sorensen (@erinsorensen) November 21, 2020
It’s unknown if he will be available for Nebraska’s next game against Iowa or their other two games against Purdue and Minnesota, but before he exited the game, he had four total tackles (one solo). For the season, he has 23 total tackles (eight solo) with no sacks or forced fumbles.
Last season was the best season of his career when he had 67 tackles (36 solo) with a sack and two forced fumbles. He also had a fumble recovery as well.