News came out earlier this week that Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez had been playing despite being injured.

Huskers head coach Scott Frost made the comments on his television show over the weekend, while discussing the Nebraska loss to Minnesota. Frost followed up on Wednesday and while he didn’t give many details about his condition, he expects Martinez to be back behind center when the Huskers host No. 25 Purdue.

Entering the game with the Boilermakers, Martinez was widely considered one college football’s better dual-threat quarterbacks, and he entered Saturday’s game against the Gophers averaging 314.9 total yards per game, including a team-leading 64.2 on the ground.

On the season, Martinez has 1,995 passing yards and 10 touchdowns. He rushed for 433 yards and 10 touchdowns, but was held to -17 yards rushing against the Gophers.

The Huskers have a tough road ahead, with No. 5 Ohio State, No. 11 Iowa joining the ranked foes on the slate, along with Wiscosin — they’ll need a healthy Martinez behind center.