Tyren Jones: '100 percent committed' 

September, 10, 2012
videoAfter racking up 679 yards and nine touchdowns in his first two games, ESPN 150 running back Tyren Jones was happy to see Walton High School have a bye week last weekend. It also gave him a chance to visit Tuscaloosa for Alabama’s home opener against Western Kentucky.

“The visit was good,” Jones said. “I talked to my coaches, and I met some more players that are going to be there when I get there. I had a good time. I knew they were going to win, but I didn’t know they were going to win by that much. It was a good game with a good atmosphere.”

As the Crimson Tide sort through injuries and figure out the rotation in the backfield, a number of running backs have seen carries this season. Before the game, the UA coaches talked to Jones about their game plan with the different backs.
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