07:34 AM ET 10.25 | "I don't know what we're doing," Bo Pelini said Thursday. [Pelini] will wear his poker face for a little longer. Nebraska's football coach said Thursday he expected quarterback Taylor Martinez -- the senior four-year starter who's missed three games with a turf toe injury -- to play in Saturday's 11 a.m. game at Minnesota. But he wouldn't name Martinez the starter, nor rule out playing backups Tommy Armstrong and Ron Kellogg. "It'll be a game-time decision of what we're going to do, but I would anticipate he's going to play," Pelini said of Martinez. ... Martinez missed practice for five weeks, wearing a boot on his left foot to protect the toe. He practiced Sunday and made it through two full-padded workouts this week. He practiced again Thursday, both of his shoes wrapped in tape. Martinez has declined all interview requests until after Saturday's game.