Tyren Jones: '100 percent committed' 

September, 10, 2012
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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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