"I don't want to comment on it too much, but it was a series of unfortunate events, silly events, we have corrected it and moved on," said Santos, who needed a couple stitches after the incident. "I got a nice little scar, it's going down."
Santos, who is projected by Big Red Report to be the Huskers' starting MIKE linebacker, was hesitant to get into details with the media, but did say he learned from the situation.
"You have to learn from it and move on, that's what we have done. We have moved on to the next thing," said Santos. "I think the lesson is that it can happen to anybody. It happened to me. It was one of situations that you don't think will happen, but did and it's unfortunate. We have learned from it as a team. "
Santos was then asked by a reporter if he saw the incident as a "red-flag" for a defenses' chemistry coming into the year?
"No not really," said Santos. "I still see the same guys that I respected the same way. I'm not ashamed…stuff happens, and it's unfortunate, as a team we have moved on from it."