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Tua. He gone

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by justinwitt07, Jan 6, 2020.

  1. justinwitt07

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  2. 96Gatorcise

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    get paid to rehab, no brainer.
     
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  3. exiledgator

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    Who's the next elephant up?
     
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  4. jjgtrs

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    Good luck to him
     
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  5. gatorbite00

    gatorbite00 Sophomore

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    DOLPHINS?
     
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  6. mcorsair15

    mcorsair15 All American

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    sort of surprised. The way it was looking with his LT and top LB coming back it seemed like a sure fire bet he was coming back. Hope he winds up in Miami
     
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  7. denny_crane

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    My prediction is his brother winds up in the portal and the family "magically" decides that they prefer Hawaii to Tuscaloosa.
     
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  8. UF24ou14

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    Can you blame them?
     
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  9. cocodrilo

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    Injured when there was no reason for him to still be in the game. It was even more amazing to watch Coach O keep Burrow out there in a blowout. But I thought Saban at least had more sense.
     
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    They have the #1 dual threat passer in this recruiting class.
     
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  11. Nostradamus

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    I always liked Tua. Seemed humble and gracious in the interviews I saw. Talented kid. Hope he recovers and does well in the NFL.
     
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  12. atlmover

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    My prediction is he (Tua) doesn't play again. Hope I am wrong for his sake.
     
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  13. StrengthAndHonor

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    Get ready for a Finebaum Bamathon episode today.....
     
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  14. upstategator

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    I feel like this means Fromm comes back.
     
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  15. orangeblue_coop

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    Good kid off the field and entertaining to watch on the field. Wish him luck at the next level.
     
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  16. justinwitt07

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    That’s what I thought also
     
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  17. Claygator

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    Tua had no business being in the game when he was injured. Add to that the prior "tight rope" surgery, or whatever that was, and it was obvious to him that Saban didn't give a damn about his health.

    I'm afraid that this last injury may sideline him for good. I hope not, for his sake.
     
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  18. Nostradamus

    Nostradamus GC Legend

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    Read in the Sun Sentinel that
    “Tagovailoa did not have a loss-of-value insurance policy, which could have made up some of the difference in his rookie salary. Now, Tagovailoa hopes entering the draft pays off.”
    WTH? No insurance policy? Yowza
     
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  19. FusionGator

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    Smart move on his part with the preventable injury that he had. I'm interested to see if he is considered damaged goods in the NFL or what kind of chance/money he could see.
     
  20. plusk05

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    Fromm will be back, the nightmare continues at UF
     
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