Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa gives update on his ankle injury

Report: Alabama OL Deonte Brown among three Tide player suspended for bowl game

Report: Alabama OL Deonte Brown among three Tide player suspended for bowl game

"I'm getting treatment at this moment, but it's been a lot better", Tagovailoa said.

Jalen Hurts is behind Tagovailoa for the Crimson Tide.

We are three days away from the College Football Playoff semifinals, with all Alabama fans continuing to keep an eye on the injury status of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Saban didn't indicate the duration of the suspensions or whether they might extend to the national championship game if Alabama wins. "So it's been really good".

Tagovailoa has been busy rehabbing and returned to practice on December 14th, but he still hasn't fully recovered.

VanVleet caps late Raptors comeback as Toronto beats Pacers 99-96
Toronto trailed 88-75 less than two minutes into the fourth, but battled back to tie it 92-all on Siakam's driving layup at 4:12. IN has not won in Toronto since March 1, 2013. "I just thought it was time to do it", he said.

For the second straight year, Lincoln Riley produced the Heisman Trophy victor at QB, with Oklahoma's Kyler Murray edging out Tua Tagovailoa to join Baker Mayfield as back-to-back Heisman winners for the Sooners.

Murray and the No. 4 Sooners (12-1) will bid to upend Tagovailoa and No. 1 Alabama (13-0) on Saturday (8 p.m. ET).

"I let my parents deal with that, with how they wanted to go about doing things with the trainers", Tagovailoa said when asked why he made a decision to undergo the surgery. He completed 67.7 percent of his passes and led the nation in yards per catch (16.9). "You've got to go into [it] with the mindset you want to get better right away, and that's how I took it".

"I didn't know anything about it until I got in the vehicle this morning", Oklahoma offensive coordinator Cale Gundy said. His 2018 campaign broke records and almost brought him a Heisman Trophy. He did not play in any games for Alabama in 2018.

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