Reggie Ragland talks two wins
"I felt like I did OK," said Reggie Ragland. "The whole game we were down. We had to fight to come back and win. It showed we have heart. It was a good win for us."
Ragland was battling against one of the top uncommitted prospects in the South in Beniquez Brown who played running back and linebacker.
"Beniquez did really good," said Ragland. "When his team needed a big play he stepped up and made it. I thought he did good. I didn't get a chance to talk to him after the game because they ran to the locker room."
The Alabama commitment did not attend the Tide's home opener in Tuscaloosa against Kent State, but plans to visit next week for the Arkansas game. He did watch Alabama's 27-11 win at Penn State.
"I thought it was a good game," he said. "I didn't think Penn State would even score that much on them. Once the Alabama offense gets Duron Carter and Darius Hanks I am expecting them to throw the deep ball more.
"I think the defense has been great. They have been playing lights out. When they need to step up to make a big play they do it."
The undefeated Bob Jones Patriots will host Grissom Friday night.
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