A little more than a month has passed since Nick Saban conducted his first team meeting as head coach at Alabama. Since that time, recruiting has been the primary focus for Saban and his assistants. That will change beginning today. [details]
2004 (Sophomore): After a productive spring practice, Jeremy went on to become a starter in all 12 games. He finished with 331 snaps on the year, with a high of 34 against Arkansas. He had 20 tackles, two stops behind the line for eight yards and one-half sack for six yards. He also had one pass break-up. He had a season-high five tackles in the LSU game, including a half sack and one stop behind the line for six yards.
2003 (Freshman): Jeremy appeared in 11 games, earning starts in seven, including the final five games of the season. He had a total of 368 snaps, despite missing the Northern Illinois and Arkansas games with a foot injury. He closed the season with 23 tackles, three stops behind the line for 10 yards and two sacks for nine yards. He also contributed four quarterback pressures and a forced fumble. He had a career-high six tackles against USM in his first career start and four tackles against LSU.