Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough Suffered Broken Bone In Leg During Title Game |

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Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough reportedly suffered a broke bone in his lower right leg during the third quarter of the National Championship game on Monday night. Per ESPN:

TAMPA, Fla. -- Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough, who was the Crimson Tide's most effective offensive weapon before leaving the game late in the third quarter, suffered a broken bone in his lower right leg against Clemson on Monday night, the school announced Tuesday.
Prior to the injury, Scarbrough had rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries in the Alabama's 35-31 loss to Clemson.

Head coach Nick Saban released a statement after the game saying that Scarbrough will not need surgery and the school anticipates that he'll make a full recovery.
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by the way, Scarbrough is an absolute beast. Love the way he runs.
Reply1 month
yea, I thought that's what happened. From the way he was sitting, I initially thought it was a cramps, but when I saw the trainers poking around his lower leg, I knew they were concerned about a bone break.
Reply1 month
Speedy recovery young man!
Reply1 month
Glad Bama lost but this is terrible....hope he heals quickly.
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