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Tanner Lee Reportedly Had A Migraine Caused By Impact vs. Minnesota

Tanner Lee didn't play in the second half of Nebraska's game on Saturday.

Nebraska lost to Minnesota on Saturday, and in the process, it may have lost its starting quarterback moving forward. Tanner Lee exited the game at halftime and never played in the second half - giving way to Patrick O'Brien.

At the break, Lee was reportedly "not feeling well." After the game, Riley told reporters that Lee was suffering from a migraine that was caused by impact. Not great.

Lee, in the first half, finished 13-of-18 for 174 yards and a touchdown.

Nebraska's bowl hopes are now on life support. The Cornhuskers will need to beat both Penn State and Iowa to finish 6-6.