The Tennessee Volunteers are slated to play the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Music City Bowl.

Nebraska starting quarterback Tommy Armstrong is a dynamic player. Much like UT QB Josh Dobbs, he can hurt the opposition with both his arm and legs. He would be considered a challenge for the Vols’ defense to stop.

However, it doesn’t look like he’ll be squaring off versus Tennessee on Dec. 30 in Nashville.

According to a report from Omaha Sports Insider, Armstrong has not been practicing with the team during bowl preparations. He’s been plagued by a hamstring injury dating back to the middle of November.

As such, Nebraska is preparing for this game under the assumption that Ryker Fyfe will start. Fyfe is a redshirt senior, and has only two career starts.