Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama head coach Nick Saban spoke to reporters Monday and said that he expects quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to return to practice on Wednesday this week but did not say what his status was for the Nov. 9 game vs. LSU. Per ESPN:

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"We'll have to see what he can do and evaluate his mobility and performance," he said. "You can't really predict any of those things. You just have to let it happen and see how it goes."

Pressed further, Saban said there's just no way of knowing what will happen with Tagovailoa.

"We can't know," he said. "I can't know. I've got no crystal ball."
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I have no crystal ball but if I was Tua or his parents I would not want him to play if he is not 100%. He's risking a top round draft pick with another injury to it.
Reply24 months
Like I trust Saban to be honest- yeah, right! He will want LSU to practice for both QB's...
Reply24 months
Would love to play Bama without Tua. It's stressful enough as it is. But, that being said, I wish this young man a full and speedy recovery. He's a great young man and talented beyond belief. He has a great NFL career ahead of him! Get well, soon, young man! All of us in the SEC respect you and wish you well!
Reply24 months
He will be a bust in league
24 months
I will wish him well starting November 10th
24 months
He’s probably fine. Just gamesmanship
Reply24 months
More noise. He's playing. We need to pressure and hit him for his mobility to be an issue.
Reply24 months
He’ll now have a bionic foot. Just great...
Reply24 months
Tua is playing.
Reply24 months
Well, that cleared up all the confusion.
Reply24 months
If he had one leg Saban would throw him to the wolves. After all it is all about Saban.
Reply24 months
He’s playing. He’ll be 100%. It will take an effort of monumental perportions... no less than the best game of their lives for the LSU Football Tigers to claim victory in Tusky 2 weeks from now
Reply24 months
Proportions*
24 months
I cant imagine how frustrating it must be to have to talk to the loons in the media. I understand why he is an a-hole to them.
Reply24 months
He will play..
Reply24 months
enlightening
Reply24 months
Even Saban is getting bad at lying these days.
Reply24 months
Duh. He’s playing. This doubting is all nonsense
Reply24 months
Quote: I've got no crystal ball He is right, Clemson has it.
Reply24 months
LOL. Ba-da-BOOM
24 months
well played
24 months
Well Clemson never won a crystal ball trophy...but i suppose it was a good effort...maybe?
24 months
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