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Stidham8
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Tua’s recovery
Talked with a few bama fan ortho guys. One saw the CT scan and confirmed that he had multiple posterior wall fractures, which makes this recovery particularly complicating. They have doubts his mobility will ever be the same.

I asked what they thought about him potentially returning to Alabama and it was unanimous that he won’t be the same player and it’s more likely he’s unable to play football at all in 2020.
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SD Tider
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Insider info y’all


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SidewalkTiger
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Hope he can make a full recovery or at least enough to cash in and be set for life.


Riseupfromtherubble
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My source said the prognosis was excellent and he’s expected to make a full recovery


gumpinmizzou
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Whatever you say buddy


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Centinel
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I smell.....fear.



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Stidham8
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iger
Hope he can make a full recovery or at least enough to cash in and be set for life.



He’s non-weight bearing for ~3 months. They’ll have an idea of how limited he’ll be a few months into full weight bearing rehab. The surgery involved takedown of multiple interior hip muscles that will take a long time to regain full function, if ever.


Lou Pai
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Regardless of recovery, it's pretty sick that Bama fans are gleeful about pushing him back out there to play kiddie football.


SD Tider
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He’s non-weight bearing for ~3 months. They’ll have an idea of how limited he’ll be a few months into full weight bearing rehab. The surgery involved takedown of multiple interior hip muscles that will take a long time to regain full function, if ever.


Sounds very medical-ish. Thank you for the Bama program insider info Mr. Auburn fan message board poster
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Sl0thstronautEsq
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He’s non-weight bearing for ~3 months.


Yeah, that's not accurate.

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Tua Tagovailoa will be on a partial weight bearing recovery plan for six weeks and will be rehabbing daily in Tuscaloosa, per @LauraRutledge. Then, in three months, he will be able to begin athletic activity again, and by the spring, he is expected to be able to resume throwing.


LINK


SidewalkTiger
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He’s non-weight bearing for ~3 months. They’ll have an idea of how limited he’ll be a few months into full weight bearing rehab. The surgery involved takedown of multiple interior hip muscles that will take a long time to regain full function, if ever. 




Dont mind the Bama retards, only a dumb arse thinks you just pick up where you left off in Week 1 with an injury like that.


Frac the world
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Regardless of recovery, it's pretty sick that Bama fans are gleeful about pushing him back out there to play kiddie football.


Image: https://media3.giphy.com/media/EqOlxW9pJdIS9M6o9A/giphy.gif


So scared


SummerOfGeorge
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I'm not sure about all the specifics but I do think that there is a very real chance he doesn't play at all next year.

Any slip up in recovery that causes a setback in his timeline would really push him up against it in terms of getting physically ready to play CFB/NFL ball next season - especially in terms of being ready for fall practice.


gumpinmizzou
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Yeah, that's not accurate.


I for one am shocked that user Stidham8 does not have accurate info


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BIGJLAW
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Stidham8


LIAR!


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gumpinmizzou
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Regardless of recovery, it's pretty sick that Bama fans are gleeful about pushing him back out there to play kiddie football.


Is it possible to clutch your pearls any harder?


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KingOfTheWorld
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We want him to recover and play football again. If he’s healthy and cleared and wants to do it, why wouldn’t Bama fans want him to return? If he decides to skip and go NFL I’ll be his biggest fan.


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RT1941
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Regardless of recovery, it's pretty sick that Bama fans are gleeful about pushing him back out there to play kiddie football.


Who the hell is pushing him?



Alex_Jones
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I hope he returns to Alabama. He handed LSU the game this year. Without mobility, Tua is an undersized QB that can barely see over his O-line.


GurleyGirl
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Dont mind the Bama retards, only a dumb arse thinks you just pick up where you left off in Week 1 with an injury like that.


And no one remotely implied that.


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