Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN College Football analyst Kirk Herbstreit expects Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to be fine for Saturday's game vs. LSU, according to things he is hearing from people down in Tuscaloosa.


Earlier on Wednesday, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said that Tagovailoa remains a game-time decision for Saturday.
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He may start and play no doubt, but no one that had ankle surgery two weeks ago is “fine” to play in the most physical game in Division 1 football for the last decade......
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And Les Miles to Michigan is a done deal.
Reply10 months
Good. Bring it.
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He’s got his work cut out for him
Reply10 months
If Tua starts, he'll be ready for a no excuse football game. If they lose, they lose.
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Can we dispense with this BS “will he play” nonsense? Of course he’s going to play.
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You can damn well bet there’ll be setbacks. It’s called rough sacks and take out the opposing QB.
Reply10 months
Herbie getting his info from Erin Andrews.
Reply10 months
I believe with Oklahoma's loss earlier I think Saban is sure that they will get a free pass in terms of the game. If Bama loses which is likely then the voters can fall back on Tua not playing OR BEING 100%.
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K
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Why is that guy giving him a haircut on the set?
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current Herbstreit stalker
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Why is David Spade working on the gameday production team?
Reply10 months
Joe Dirt has dyed his hair a darker color. At least he kept the mullet.
10 months
Good catch!
10 months
Herbie looks more sober today.
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Just more of Saban's dramatics. Tua Pineapple probably could have played last week.
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Not worth the electrons it was written with or the time reading it.
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More worried about the officiating than Tua
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Same
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Les Miles to Michigan, right Herbie?
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Imagine if, for the rest of your career, you were judged by that one mistake you made 12 years ago. A mistake, mind you, that wasn't your fault. You had the correct info, things just changed last min. Forget what you have improved on since then, the mistake defines your job performance. Is that fair?
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PTLSU: I agree! LSU will have to win this game outright. Any close or questionable plays will go in favor of Alabama. LSU will have to play technically sound in all aspects. I still get angry about the PP interception that was called out of bounds!
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Damn it. Now Aranda has to prepare for Tua.
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You really think he hasn't been!? Everybody knows Tua is playing Saturday. Saban isn't fooling anyone!
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Well no shite Herbie
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LOL... really? Good work investigative work herbie? :)
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HOT TAKE!!!!
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