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2019 Schedule
9-1, 2nd in SEC - West
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1dAlex Scarborough

How Tua Tagovailoa changed Alabama football forever

Tua Tagovailoa's Alabama career almost certainly came to an end this past weekend, but his joy, toughness and otherworldly play will leave a lasting impact on the Tide.

SEC still has clear path to two CFP teams (2:43)

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Tua Tagovailoa will be on a partial weight bearing recovery plan for six weeks and will be rehabbing daily in Tuscaloosa, per Laura Rutledge. 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.

How does Tua's injury uncertainty affect his draft stock? (1:26)
How will the Tide's offense change with Jones at QB? (1:10)
Alabama will try and rebuild identity against WCU (1:18)

CFB Pod: Negandhi and Herbie discuss Tua's injury, Oklahoma's comeback and more

Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast by discussing Herbie's reaction to Tua Tagovailoa going down, Nick Saban's mindset in starting Tua and not holding him out until Auburn and how the College Football Playoff committee should treat Alabama. Later, the guys talk about Ohio State-Penn State and why the Buckeyes look so complete (20:27), Minnesota falling victim to Iowa on the road, Oklahoma's huge comeback over Baylor (29:13), Clemson and Georgia humming along (35:01), and listener questions (40:22).

Saban: Tua's class and spirit will be missed (0:53)
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22hTom VanHaaren

Previewing signing week one month out

We are a month away from the early signing period in college football recruiting for the 2020 class. What can we expect?

Ryan: Tua's injury could work in his favor in the NFL (0:48)
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Tagovailoa set to have hip surgery on Monday

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is scheduled to have hip surgery Monday after being evaluated in Houston, orthopedic surgeon Lyle Cain said in a statement released Sunday night.

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Georgia edges past Alabama to No. 4 in AP poll

Georgia edged past Alabama to No. 4 in The Associated Press college football poll after the Bulldogs had a quality road victory and the Crimson Tide lost star quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for the season.

Mortensen: Tua won't be ready for the combine and the draft (1:30)
How will Tua's injury affect his draft stock? (1:17)
Is Alabama losing hope for the CFP? (2:21)
Are Bama's playoff chances gone with Tua out for the season? (1:29)
Acho heartbroken over Tua injury (1:19)
Harris leads Bama in win over Bulldogs (3:15)

Team Stats

Passing Yards347.73rd
Rushing Yards162.765th
Points For46.826th
Points Against17.5