Nick Saban revealed Alabama starting QB Tua Tagovailoathat sprained his during last weekend's Arkans
John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
Nick Saban has revealed that Alabama starting QB Tua Tagovailoa sprained his knee during last weekend's Arkansas game despite throwing for 334 yards and four touchdowns...
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"Tua has taken every rep in practice," head coach Nick Saban said Wednesday, according to the Tuscaloosa News' Cecil Hurt. "He does have a sprained knee but he has been able to do the work. So it's not an issue."

He did take every rep he was supposed to in practice this week, so we'll see.
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It’s time to attack the QB with all the legal violence the Tigers can muster......all is legal in love and war
Reply2 months
Bama is screwed if they lose Tua. It's not like they have another QB on the roster with playoff and NC experience or anything...spoiled bastards
Reply2 months
He better not have to play against Alabama.
Reply2 months
He'll just play on one leg. Vegas spreads modified by 3 points per game.
Reply2 months
Goooood. Goooood.
Reply2 months
trashy as frick.
2 months
Without Tua, we ain't winning the NC. Better keep that boy's leg propped up.
Reply2 months
I dunno man, Hurts seems to be playing on a different level himself this year. I think we would be fine...just have some closer calls.
2 months
Better amputate that leg to be safe.
Reply2 months
Darn
Reply2 months
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