Reggie Chevis focused on getting better 

September, 5, 2012
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HOUSTON -- In his team's 22-12 season-opening win over Houston Sterling, Texas A&M commitment and Houston Sharpstown linebacker Reggie Chevis spent a lot of time chasing as the Raiders ran away from the 6-foot-2, 240-pound four-star recruit.

Reggie Chevis
Sam Khan Jr./ESPN.comReggie Chevis is working on his pass coverage in 2012.
The result was a modest, yet still productive stat line and a bit of frustration for the energetic Chevis, who had six tackles, one for loss, a sack and a forced fumble.

But his Apollos got the win, which was ultimately all that mattered to Chevis.

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