Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports With the media looking to hear from Manti Te’o at the NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday, Te’o delivered and answered all the tough questions that were expected to come at him from reporters. Te’o addressed how the hoax affected him, his play in the BCS National Championship Game and several other topics. But he sounded like a man who wants to move on and just let his play on the NFL field do the talking for now on. “The incident, I said all I needed to say about that,” Te’o said, via the Chicago Tribune. “How I’m handing it going forward, it’s doing what I’m doing right now: Focusing on the moment and focusing on football and the combine. “Not everybody gets this opportunity to be here. I’m sure there are thousands and thousands of people who would like to be here in Indianapolis. So, just trying to enjoy the moment.’’ Te’o said he was surprised of how much media attention the hoax delivered, and said that the whole thing was all “overwhelming” and “embarrassing.” He felt extremely bad that his last name was all over the place, as he didn’t want to put a bad image towards the rest of his family members. “I could haved done some things different to avoid all this stuff. …. I’m just very grateful for those who helped me get through that time,” he said. Te’o was then asked about his poor play versus Alabama in the National Title game. “That’s all on me,” Te’o said. “Alabama had a great game plan.” Besides his personal life, the media also asked about his future NFL career. Te’o said he met with the Green Bay Packers and Houston Texans on Saturday and is scheduled to meet with 18 more teams. The post Manti Te’o Addresses Hoax To Media at Scouting Combine appeared first on FootBasket.