Reed spent two seasons as a mostly backup quarterback at West Virginia in 1986-87 after transferring to the Mountaineer program out of junior college. His career stats were modest, showing 47 completions in 91 attempts for 609 yards and two scores, but that didn't diminish his West Virginia experience. The 6-4 pocket passer termed his time at WVU "great" and "special" and he relished the chance to meet with other Mountaineer QBs.
In this interview, Reed, who moved on to a solid career in acting, discusses his family, career, and the move from football to acting.
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