B.J. Hammond talks Alabama game

B.J. Hammond, wide receiver in the class of 2013 from Gadsden (Ala.) City, Ala., was in Tuscaloosa for the game of the year with the Crimson Tide and LSU Tigers.


"The atmosphere was crazy," B.J. Hammond said. "My mom and I had a good time. I knew it wasn't going to be a high scoring game before the ball even kicked off. I felt like both sides of the ball played 200-percent every play.

Bama could have done some things different. Those referees made horrible, horrible calls from start to finish from the interception when Eric Reid took the ball from the man who was down, to the cheap shot took on Dre Kirkpatrick with no ejection. Things like that could have made a difference in the game.

"It killed Alabama for the No. 1 spot, but like coach Saban said LSU ain't No. 1 for no reason."

Gadsden City lost 21-0 to Mountain Brook in the first round of the AHSAA play-offs.

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