FOS-TV: Green Anxious to Return

FOS-TV: Green Anxious to Return

We caught up with the injured Lion tailback at the Uplifting Athletes Charity Video Tournament. After losing to roommate Devon Still, Green talked about the event, his rehab from a right leg injury and more.

When Penn State tailback Stephfon Green went down with an injury in the fourth quarter of the Rose Bowl, the initial prognosis was a sprained ankle.

But upon further review -- meaning testing when he returned to Pennsylvania -- doctors found two broken bones in his right leg. The injuries required surgery to repair.

Green was back playing football Saturday, but not on a field. His right leg in an immobilizer from the calf down, he still participated in the Penn State Uplifting Athletes Charity Video Tournament. Playing as USC, he won one game in the Xbox NCAA Football showdown and lost another.

Afterward, we caught up with Green, who appeared to be in very good spirits despite his injury. See what he had to say in our one-on-one interview below.

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