JoJo Domann pens heartfelt farewell to Nebraska
Nebraska will be down one of its long-time leaders for the rest of the season. Cornhuskers senior outside linebacker JoJo Domann has played his last game with the program.
Domann penned a heartfelt farewell to Nebraska after announcing that he underwent surgery to repair a ruptured tendon on his left hand:
— JoJo Domann (@TheDomannator) November 11, 2021
Nebraska OLB JoJo Domann said on his podcast that he underwent surgery to repair a ruptured tendon in a finger on his left hand. Domann suffered the injury against Purdue and played with it in that game and against Ohio State. Look for Isaac Gifford to take over his spot.
— Mitch Sherman (@mitchsherman) November 11, 2021
As Nebraska coach Scott Frost noted following the game vs. Ohio State, this isn’t an opt-out situation for the 6-foot-1, 230-pound Domann. Frost indicated Domann had played through an injury and had a decision to make about the final 2 games. Now, we know that decision.
Nebraska OLB JoJo Domann is also playing hurt, Scott Frost says, and faced a decision about playing today. He will have a choice, too, about the final two games — but it won’t be an opt-out situation.
— Mitch Sherman (@mitchsherman) November 6, 2021
Domann amassed 131 solo tackles, 5.5 sacks, 16 pass deflections, nine forced fumbles, and two interceptions during his six seasons with the Cornhuskers.
Nebraska football is 3-7 overall, seventh place in the B1G West, and will return to action on Nov. 20 at Wisconsin.