The focus of Nebraska's turbulent week has switched from that leaked audio of coach Bo Pelini's profane rant against fans two years ago to a tenuous quarterback situation.
Fourth-year starter Taylor Martinez is doubtful for Saturday's game against South Dakota State because of a turf toe injury on his left foot that has kept him out of practice all week. Coach Bo Pelini said Thursday night that redshirt freshman Tommy Armstrong Jr. would probably start against the Football Championship Subdivision's Jackrabbits (3-0).
Fifth-year senior Ron Kellogg III is also expected to play.
Kellogg replaced Martinez, ahead of Armstrong, in the third quarter of the 56-13 win over Southern Mississippi on Sept. 7.
Kellogg has appeared in five games in his career and has three rushes for 12 yards and has completed 8 of 16 passes for 46 yards and a touchdown. Armstrong ran four times for 23 yards in his only appearance, against Southern Miss.
''Ronny is an experienced guy, has a lot of confidence...