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my concern is not that he plays, but rather how the referees react to us merely tackling him and calling good clean hits roughness.
Reply18 months
What a pussy outlook, blame refs before the game starts lol
18 months
lol a Cali boy calling someone a P#$%@ lol, the irony
18 months
IT’S A FARCE! Saban would only allow this to be released if he orchestrated it. Tua is either better than this video showed or that’s all he is able to do and he wants LSU to think he is playing. Remember where this video is coming from.
Reply18 months
Im pretty sure the coaches are not using this video to game plan. I think we will be ok.
18 months
I don't care if the mofo is on crutches. If he plays knock the pineapple out of him.
Reply18 months
We haven't exactly knocked the pineapples out of any QB this year and now we lost our sack leader, Divinity, who only had 3 sacks. He should be fine to play, he just probably will spend most of his time in the pocket.
18 months
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You mean, put da lime in da coconut?
18 months
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Such horse shite. This whole thing is mere Midget Misdirection.
Reply18 months
This. Saban’s been sandbagging the hell out of this situation.
18 months
Buga
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Looks ready to me.
Reply18 months
Lots of posters bout to eat crow, Saban can says its a game time decision all he wants but anyone with an IQ over 90 knows Tua finna play.
Reply18 months
I sprained my ankle and still limping a month later. I need some of that damn deer antler spray.
Reply18 months
This is a set up for Saban. He knows he may lose so he can say “ tua wasn’t 100 percent or we played our backup. He’s playing the playoff committee like a fiddle.
Reply18 months
100% on board with this
18 months
Damn if this how ankle surgery looks like after 2 weeks sign me up
Reply18 months
Plus a few cortisone shots
18 months
Dude is gonna play.
Reply18 months
Game time decision my ass. Nice try Saban. ??
Reply18 months
Looks ginger still. Throws well and hops well. But when he finishes he limps back and then when he stands still all the weight is on the other foot. Still a lot of discomfort
Reply18 months
KCT
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He might not run as much, but he's still going to be able to execute the short passing game that is the staple of their offense. If I'm Aranda, I get after him early. LSU needs to find out what he can do.
Reply18 months
He has a huge target on his ankle and one tackle away from being a grad assistant to start his career in football
Reply18 months
When he takes off running he's now fair game and is considered a runner. Knock his arse into next week to see how healthy he is?
18 months
He’ll be like Michael Vick this weekend. Just somebody knock his arse into that fuc of a coach. Hate those gumpy pricks
Reply18 months
He’s playing. And I’m glad.
Reply18 months
This video came from a Motorola razor flip phone from 2006.
Reply18 months
He looked a little late in transferring his weight to the right front foot..... in golf it means more pop ups and less power through the ball... in football, perhaps higher less accurate throws.. or it could mean nothing.... Go Tigers.
Reply18 months
he will play, some
Reply18 months
Yep I'm sure he'll be out there Saturday. Can we pressure him enough to make his gimpy ankle a problem? If he sits back with no pressure and peppers us all game we'll hear nothing but Gary D licking him up for being a warrior lol.
Reply18 months
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