Saban: Tua doing 'better than expected' after ankle procedure
Alabama head coach Nick Saban is optimistic about Tua Tagovailoa's rehabilitation progress after the quarterback underwent a tightrope procedure on his right ankle last Sunday. Saban provided an update on Tagovailoa's status ahead of Alabama's matchup with Arkansas on Saturday. "He's absolutely doing even better than expected," Saban said during an "SEC Nation" interview, according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com. "Didn't have a lot of swelling thisSaban provided an update on Tagovailoa's status ahead of Alabama's matchup with Arkansas on Saturday.
Nick Saban addresses the media after Alabama's Week 8 win vs. Tennessee. Saban says Tua Tagovailoa will probably be out for a week with an ankle injury.
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On Saturday morning, Nick Saban made an appearance on College Gameday and shared a positive update on Alabama’s Heisman hopeful quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa:
“He has practiced really well all week long and in the short area, he’s been really, really good. He’s confident. If he feels good in pre-game and doesn’t have a setback, he’ll be able to play.”
We will see what happens. Last year, Tagovailoa played in the LSU game with a hurt knee, and led the Crimson Tide to a 29-0 victory over the Tigers.
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Tua Tagovailoa injury update: Alabama QB (ankle) a 'game-time decision' for LSU, Nick Saban says
“We’ll just have to see what he can do,” Alabama coach Nick Saban told reporters Monday.Speaking to reporters, Alabama coach Nick Saban confirmed the quarterback will return to practice Wednesday from a high ankle sprain he suffered Oct. 19 against Tennessee.— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL)
Saban said Wednesday evening that Tua Tagovailoa remains a Alabama coach Nick Saban addressed reporters following Wednesday’s practice in his final formal availability before Saturday’s game against LSU. -- He is excited to have ESPN’s College Gameday and SEC Nation on campus.
Alabama starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa may be out of practices for the next two weeks as they prepare for Oklahoma in the College Football After being handed the No. 1 seed in the College Football Playoff, Alabama head coach Nick Saban provided an update on the status of the Heisman
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Tide: Tagovailoa suffered dislocated hip, expected to make 'full recovery' .
Alabama said Tua Tagovailoa suffered a hip injury and is expected to make a full recovery. People close to the situation added that Tagovailoa had a posterior wall fracture.RELATED: Tua hurt in Alabama's win