Sep 15, 2014 3:32 PM
Neb's Armstrong will measure himself against Miami
The Associated Press
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. will find out how good he is when he faces Miami on Saturday night in Lincoln.
Armstrong has put up big numbers through three games, but they were against statistically the worst and second-to-worst defenses in the Bowl Subdivision and an opponent from the second-tier Championship Subdivision.
The No. 24 Cornhuskers (3-0) are fifth nationally in total offense, averaging 594 yards a game and eight per play. The Hurricanes (2-1) are eighth in total defense, allowing 259 yards a game and 3.7 per play.
When Nebraska's self-titled "Red Storm" offense is at its best, Armstrong said he doesn't think any defense can stop it.