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Tommy Armstrong's night ended in the second quarter after a Malik Hooker hit knocked him unconscious.
After suffering the hit, Armstrong regained consciousness and flashed a thumb's up before leaving Ohio Stadium via ambulance. Medical professionals took Armstrong to the Wexner Medical Center for precautionary tests.
Statement about QB Tommy Armstrong Jr. pic.twitter.com/TdqqJW0D36— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) November 6, 2016
Somewhat miraculously, Armstrong returned to the stadium before the end of the third quarter:
Amazing pic.twitter.com/swOfHk7I8A— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 6, 2016
Armstrong finished the night with 93 total yards and an interception. Ryker Fyfe, a redshirt senior from Grand Island, Nebraska, replaced the longtime Husker QB. Following the game, Armstrong tweeted his gratitude to Ohio State football and its fans.
Thank you all for the prayers... everything is good and I'm glad to be back with my team. Also thank you @OhioStateFB and the fans.— Tommy Armstrong Jr. (@Tommy_Gun4) November 6, 2016