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Reggie Bain
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Reggie  Bain

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Miami, Fla.

High School:
Miami Central

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 300

Position:
OL

Birthdate:
04/21/1996

Major:
Management

11/08/2017

Wednesday - Post Practice Report and Options to Follow the Team

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11/02/2017

Thursday, Football News - Preview - and Look Back at Rusty Smith

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11/01/2017

10 Things You Need to Know for the Marshall Game

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10/31/2017

Tuesday Practice Report, Meet Keynodo Hudson

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05/25/2017

Football Sees Four Offensive Players Named to Athlon Sports & Life Preseason All-Conference Teams

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At FAU
Redshirt Junior (2017)
  • Earned second-team preseason all-conference honors by Athlon Sports & Life
  • College Sports Madness Preseason First-Team All-Conference
  • Drew a start against Navy, his first in a year after a year recovering from an automobile accident
  • Saw action and started at Wisconsin
  • Starting lineman that helped the offense tally the most rushing yards in the program's history versus Bethune
  • Part of a line that helped to tally 262 rushing yards at Buffalo
  • Helped pave the way for 252 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns versus Middle Tennessee
  • Part of the record-setting win at ODU
  • Part of the record-breaking offense that broke the FAU record for points with 69 and broke the program and C-USA record for yards with 804
  • Part of the line that helped pave the way for 368 rushing yards at Western Kentucky
  • Started in the win over Marshall to make the Owls bowl eligible for the first time since 2013
  • Mainstay on the offensive line which protect the quarterback in the La Tech win
  • One of the 11-time 2017 starting five who have been instrumental in the Owls success and the success in the 2017 Shula Bowl victory over FIU
Junior (2016)
  • Preseason C-USA All-Conference
  • Sidelined for the season following a traffic accident
  • Redshirted

Sophomore (2015) 

  • Part of an offense that gained nearly 600 yards in the season opener at Tulsa...recorded an assignment grade of 88%, an 82% effort grade and recorded 12 knockdowns
  • Faced a big line in the Miami game and came away with an 85% total grade and eight knockdowns...was involved in 68 plays
  • Saw action in 55 plays during the Buffalo contest...ended the day with an 80% total grade after recording a 93% on assignment
  • Saw action in 76 plays and credited with five knockdowns...played a penalty free game versus Rice and had close to this season high with an 84% total grade...recorded six knockdowns in the game
  • Saw action in every offensive play 67 and was one of four linemen to do so versus Rice
  • Had a strong game versus Marshall...did not allow a sack, tallied a total grade of 87% and added seven knockdowns
  • Graded out well versus UTEP with a total grade of 85% and an assignment grade of 93%...played all but one snap
  • Had one of the best games of his young career in the Shula Bowl victory over FIU...posted a 93% total grade due to a 96% assignment, 86% technique and a 97% effort grade...added six knockdowns and allowed no sacks in a game that saw the line's work culminate with 229 rushing yards
  • Posted one of his better games at WKU with a total grade of 91%...added nine knockdowns and did not allow a sack and was not charged with a penalty
  • Played every snap versus Middle Tennessee (64)...tallied a total grade of 85% which was second highest on the team...credited with six knockdowns
  • Only lineman to play every snap (89) at UF...tallied a 90% total grade and nine knockdowns...did not allow a sack in the game
  • Part of a line that provide protection for a running game that gained 248 yards on the ground at ODU...he ended his work day with a total grade of 87% and three knockdowns...was not charged with a penalty and allowed no sacks...game action was limited to 29 plays following a first half injury
  • Earned second team C-USA honors at season's end.

True Freshman (2014)
 
  • Drew his first collegiate start in FAU's season opener at No. 22 Nebraska and followed it up with another at No. 2 Alabama
  • Season home opener starter for the Tulsa game
  • Started and played every offensive snap versus Wyoming despite suffering an ankle injury the previous week
  • Followed up the Wyoming performance with his fifth-consecutive start
  • Started in his hometown versus FIU
  • Member of the Phil Steele Magazine mid-season all-conference team
  • Started in the WKU game and was a member of the line that earned the offensive MVP award following the game
  • Part of a line that was praised for its performance at No. 23 Marshall
  • Remained a constant on the OL in the UAB game which he graded out at 89% overall, posted a 98% assignment grade and a 92% effort grade
  • Drew his 10th collegiate start at North Texas and his 11th at Middle Tennessee
  • Saw action in the final game of the 2014 season completing a 12 game run, of all starts, as a true freshman
  • Named the team's Newcomer of the Year
  • Earned a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team
  • As a freshman his overall all grade was 97%
  • Credited with 52.5 knockdown blocks through 827 snaps
  • Allowed just two sacks in 365 attempts and was never flagged for a pre-snap penalty
  • Earned freshman All-American honors by 24/7 Sports.

High School

  • Played for Coach Rollen Smith at Miami Central High School
  • Where he was a two-sport athlete (football and basketball)
  • Participated in the prestigious Dade vs. South Florida All-Star game.

Personal

  • Management major
  • Son of Ruben Bain and Lachande Thompson
  • Born April 21, 1996 in Miami, FL.

Game-by-Game Notable Games Grades

2014: Nebraska (Assignment: 92%, Total: 80%); Alabama (Assignment: 93%, Total: 82%, Knockdowns: 6, Sacks Allowed: 1); Tulsa (Assignment: 96%, Knockdowns: 4); Wyoming (Assignment: 93%, Knockdowns: 2); UTSA (Assignments: 87%, Total: 81%, Knockdowns 4); FIU (Assignment: 92%, Total: 80%, Knockdowns: 5); WKU (Assignment: 93%, Knockdowns: 6.5); Marshall (Assignment: 95%, Total: 83%, Knockdowns: 5); UAB (Assignments: 98%, Technique: 77%, Effort: 92%, Total 89%, Knockdowns 2); North Texas (Assignment 94%, Total 80%, Knockdowns: 5); Middle Tennessee (Assignments: 96%, Technique: 81%, Total:87%, Knockdowns: 6)

2015:
Tulsa (Assignment: 90%, Total: 82%, Knockdowns: 12); Miami (Assignment: 93%, Technique: 78%, Total: 85%, Knockdowns: 8); Buffalo (Total: 80%, Assignment: 93%, Knockdowns: 7); Charlotte (5 knockdowns); Rice (Assignment: 94%, Technique 70%, Total: 84%, Knockdowns: 6); Marshall (Assignment: 92%, Technique: 82%, Total: 87%, Knockdowns: 7); UTEP (Total: 85%, Assignment: 93%, Technique: 73%, Knockdowns: 4); FIU (Total 93%, Assignment 96%, Technique: 86%, Effort: 97%); WKU (Assignment: 96%, Technique: 84%, Effort: 92%, Total 91%, Knockdowns: 9); Middle Tennessee (Total: 86%, Assignment: 95%, Technique: 72%, Effort: 91%, Knockdowns: 6); UF (Total: 90%, Assignment 96%, Technique: 82%, Effort: 91%, Knockdowns 9); ODU (Total: 87%, Assignment: 97%, Technique: 83%, Knockdows: 3)

Career Game High Grades
Minimums (Total: 80+; Assignment 90+, Technique: 70+; Effort 90+)
Assignments:
98% UAB (11/1/14)

Technique: 86% FIU (10/31/15)
Effort: 97% FIU (10/31/15)
Total: 93% FIU (10/31/15)
Knockdown: 12 at Tulsa (9/5/15)
Penalties: 0 9X
Sacks Allowed: 0 15X

2014 Season Game Highs
Minimums (Total: 80+; Assignment 90+, Technique: 70+; Effort 90+)
Assignments:
93% UAB (11/1/14)
Technique: 81% MTSU (11/22/14)
Effort: 92% UAB (11/1/14)
Total: 89% UAB (11/1/14)
Knockdown: 7.5 WKU (10/19/14)
Penalties: 0 6X
Sacks Allowed: 0 9X

2015 Season Game Highs
Minimums (Total: 80+; Assignment 90+, Technique: 70+; Effort 90+)
Assignments:
97% ODU (11/28/15)
Technique: 86% FIU (10/31/15)
Effort: 97% FIU (10/31/15)
Total: 97% FIU (10/31/15)
Knockdown: 12 at Tulsa (9/5/15)
Penalties:  0 5X
Sacks Allowed: 0 6X

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