Scott Frost provides update on injured Nebraska LB Collin Miller
After Nebraska’s 41-23 loss to Illinois, head coach Scott Frost provided an update on linebacker Collin Miller, who had to be stretchered off the field.
Frost told Erin Sorensen of Hail Varsity that he has feeling everywhere in his body and has a full range of motion:
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
Miller was motionless on the field for a while after the play but it’s great to see that he’s doing good after the preliminary examination.
So far this season, he has eight solo tackles (23 total). His best season to date came last season when he has 36 solo tackles (67 total) with a sack. He also had two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery for the Cornhuskers last season.
The season before that, Miller had nine solo tackles (17 total) with no forced fumbles or sacks. Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery for the senior linebacker.
Next up for Nebraska is a date with Iowa next Friday at 1 p.m. ET.