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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | August 18, 2016

Tommy Armstrong Jr. defeats a JUGS machine

Tommy Armstrong Jr. made it rain at Nebraska’s practice facility on Thursday.

Armstrong took on a JUGS machine in a battle of precision passing, and the human quarterback emerged victorious. See how it played out below:

Armstrong’s arm strength (no pun intended) has never been his issue; accuracy has. The senior threw for 3,030 yards last season and tossed 22 touchdowns. Cornhusker fans fans would love to see Armstrong connect with his deep threats more often in 2016, and although it was just one practice throw, this is a good sign.

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