After sitting out last season with a broken leg, junior college defensive end transfer Randy Gregory played his first game in almost 18 months on Saturday.
LINCOLN, Neb. - After sitting out last season with a broken leg, junior college defensive end transfer Randy Gregory played his first game in almost 18 months on Saturday.
"It was pretty special for me, especially playing in that stadium," said Gregory. "It was a pretty big deal, but after the first series, it was just football again."
Gregory, who played behind Nebraska redshirt freshman Avery Moss on Saturday, has been competing with the fellow sophomore during camp.
"I love competition and I think if you play this game you have to be a pretty good competitor," said Gregory. "To be good at it, you have to learn to compete. It's been fun and we have a rotation going. I'm going to try to see the field as much as I can."
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