Green rates NU a "10"

One of the nation's best running backs was up in Lincoln today to see Nebraska in their annual Red-White game. Aaron Green, brother of current Husker Andrew Green, made the trip up from San Antonio to see 77,000+ plus fill up Memorial Stadium. Green said nothing could have been better about the weekend in Lincoln and gave it a "10".

Aaron Green, the 5-foot-10 and 185-pound running back from San Antonio (Texas) Madison, was in Nebraska this weekend. Green would have liked to see his brother out on the field, but liked what he saw on the offensive side of the ball.

"I am still up in Lincoln," Green said. "It was pretty cool today. I really liked seeing the players running around on the offense.

"I can see myself in the offense at Nebraska. It would have been cool to see my brother out there though. He's hurt and isn't medically cleared to play."

Green did say that beyond the game that bumping into a future first round draft pick this weekend at Nebraska did stick out in his mind as a high point.

"I saw Ndamukong Suh today. We didn't really talk about anything. He just said ‘what's up?' and I said ‘hey'. I just shook his hand and that was pretty cool."

All in all the weekend went well enough for Green to give the Huskers a top score. "The visit was a "10". Nothing could have been better. There was nothing else I would rather be doing right now."


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