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If his leg is still attached to his body Saban will play him. It is after all all about Little Nicky, and if you are wearing an Alabama uniform you are nothing more than a tool to make him look better.
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Nicks version of rat poison
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how magnanimous of the man, not playing the kid that can't move
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Everyone knows that he is not and will not be 100%. They will always have the excuse that he wasn't 100% if (sorry - when) they lose.
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He may not start, but he'll definitely play...
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When LSU win Alabama fans going to have a excuse Tua didn’t play in the game....So let the man play so we can give them the real whipping they deserve !
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Nick can say what he wants on camera. NO WAY he isn’t playing.
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Compare The speed of Tua’s drop back and foot action in the practice to his highlight film from this year. Not even close. The kid is hurting. He slips his helmet up and strongly favors that leg. He immediately takes his weight off of it like a horse with a lame leg. If he plays their timing will be way off
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Yeah he's playing him
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km
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Meanwhile all the media outlets report Tua was seen running at full speed during practice and making all the throws. Never change Nick... you douche. And you believe the media outlets?????
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Meanwhile all the media outlets report Tua was seen running at full speed during practice and making all the throws. Never change Nick... you douche.
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He's playing. No doubt, he's playing.
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This is getting silly.
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