Marlon Humphrey visits the Capstone
"It was a great experience to be at a game like that with two big rivals, and the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the country," said Marlon Humphrey.
"The atmosphere was great. Everyone was ready for the game, and most of the fans were in the stadium and hour before the game.
"It was a very loud stadium like always. The only thing that went wrong was Bama couldn't pull it out."
Humphrey and the Hoover Bucs travel Friday night to Bob Jones in Madison for the second round of the AHSAA playoffs. Hoover defeated Bob Jones two weeks ago, 41-13. Alabama commitment, Reggie Ragland, plays for the Patriots.
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