Armstrong may crack the top ten in Nebraska history, but it's not a slam dunk. The way stats are calculated -- where QBs get credit for throwing a 3-yard forward pass in ways option QBs didn't credit for a five-yard backwards pitch -- have skewed Armstrong's numbers in ways previous Husker greats didn't enjoy. The best quarterback in NU history is Frazier, then a tie between Gill and Eric Crouch and then, after that, it's a fun debate. But as someone who's followed many years of Husker football, I'd put the three above, plus (in no particular order) Jerry Tagge, Vince Ferragamo, David Humm, Steve Taylor, Scott Frost and Zac Taylor ahead of Armstrong, who is tied with Taylor Martinez, in my view. Armstrong and Martinez both could have benefited from better in-team competition than they got in their time at NU.