Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama point guard Ricky Tarrant will miss the rest of the season after suffered a ruptured plantar fascia against Florida on Jan. 27.

He will also need knee surgery, according to USAToday Sports:

Prior to the season, Alabama’s medical staff diagnosed a “bony prominence” in Tarrant’s left knee that would require surgery.

“We have decided to shut Ricky down the rest of the year,” Tide coach Anthony Grant said. “He has been dealing with a couple of different injuries with his foot and knee. We felt his foot was not progressing well enough to return to action in the next few weeks and knowing about his knee surgery, we all felt it was in his best interest to move forward with the procedure at this time.”
Tarrant was second on the team with 13.1 points per game.
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Oh no! Wonder if this will affect our seed in the tourney?!?!
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