I was able to come back home. The support system is priceless.
On his previous UM connection:
I wasn't originally recruited by UM. Only after I decided to return to football I reached out to them.
On his foot:
It's coming along slowly but surely. I'm trying to get it back to 100 percent before the season. I could play tomorrow (in a game). I had surgery in March. I ruptured and tore my ligament.
On Friday's scrimmage:
I went about 20, 25 snaps. I am learning the playbook, getting adjusted to the speed.
On the O-Line:
They're good. It's a big strong bunch, very comparable to Wisconsin.
On the differences here:
We run a 3-4 here opposed to a 4-3. I'm in a 9-technique.
On being able to transfer:
It gives you opportunities. I was able to get my degree from Wisconsin and go to grad school here.
On returning to football:
I wouldn't say as much as people think. It wasn't a big deal. Deciding to play again was a big deal.
On people being upset at Wisconsin:
Some just feel like I lied. Having surgery changes a lot. Not everyone knows what that's like.