Here's Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa Playing Ukulele & Dancing As He Heads Into Surgery
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Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa looked to be in good spirits as he headed into surgery Monday morning to repair the hip he dislocated against Mississippi State on Saturday...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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21 Comments
I try so hard to hate everything Bama, but it just never works. I even tried to find some little reason to even slightly dislike Tua, to no avail. He's just an awesome guy and I truly do pray for him and wish him a very bright future, whether in the NFL or along with the rest of us peons. And as if the Polynesian stereotype wasn't already fully complete, the dude isn't bad at all on the uke. Fricking love this!
Reply23 months
when i get that feeeeelin
Reply23 months
He's a likable dude. Despite playing for bama.
Reply23 months
Positive side of opioids in proper setting of course. Good luck to him.
Reply23 months
YMCA
201
When you realize you’re no longer getting drafted by the Dolphins or Bengals.
Reply23 months
He’s happy he will no longer have to play for Saban.
Reply23 months
He on that good good shite. Best of luck, Tua!
Reply23 months
barry
1517
I'd been in a good mood too if i never had to play of Nick Saban again
Reply23 months
Unreal
23 months
Get well soon Tua.
Reply23 months
Wish him a speedy recovery & like someone else posted we will take him in NO since we can’t get Jeaux
Reply23 months
‘Somebody come get they mans’ - what the frick does this even mean, holy shit
Reply23 months
Let me help you out, it’s the equivalent of “dude go get your boy bro he’s embarrassing himself”.
23 months
I hope everything goes well and he falls to the Saints
Reply23 months
Obviously hopped up on pain meds.
Reply23 months
Wish him the best and speedy recovery.
23 months
I want the meds he is on
Reply23 months
km
142
True warrior. Good luck.
Reply23 months
Throws left; strums right
Reply23 months
Good drugs! Tua is a great kid.
Reply23 months
Oh man, this makes me feel so much better. Love Tua, love his personality. The thoughts of him being down or heartbroken over this injury hurt as much as the thoughts of him not playing again in an Alabama uniform. This takes at least half of that hurt away. He's an awesome kid.
Reply23 months
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