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2019 Schedule
7-0, 1st in SEC - West
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22hAlex Scarborough

Tua undergoes surgery for high-ankle sprain

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will miss Saturday's game against Arkansas after undergoing surgery to help repair a high-ankle sprain he suffered against Tennessee.

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Statement from Nick Saban: "Tua Tagovailoa suffered a high-ankle sprain last night against Tennessee. Our physicians performed a successful tight-rope procedure on his right ankle this morning. This is the same injury, but the opposite ankle that Tua injured last season. Tua will miss next week's game against Arkansas, but we expect a full and speedy recovery."

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2dIvan Maisel

High ankle sprain forces Tua out of Alabama win

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa likely will miss next week's home game against Arkansas after suffering what coach Nick Saban called a high right-ankle sprain on Saturday.

Top-ranked Tide survive Third Saturday in October (3:14)
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Saban thankful to pull away against Vols (1:06)
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Alabama tops Tennessee despite Tua's injury (1:52)
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Saban: Tua has high ankle sprain, may miss 1-2 weeks (1:03)
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Alabama's Diggs recovers fumble for 100-yard score (0:54)
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Bama runs trick play for wide-open TD (0:35)
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Tua leaves game after apparent ankle injury (0:37)
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Harris walks in for 2nd TD of day (0:19)
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Robinson hits pylon with ball for Bama TD (0:49)
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Maurer's TD evens score with Bama (0:38)
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Harris powers in for 1st Bama TD (0:29)
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Tua: 'I think my choices and decisions are a lot better' this year (0:44)
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Vols LB: Bama win 'means everything to me'

Alabama has won the past 12 meetings in this traditional Third Saturday in October rivalry, mostly by large margins, but Tennessee is hoping to end that streak and break out the traditional victory cigars Saturday night at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Team Stats

Passing Yards347.04th
Rushing Yards166.468th
Points For48.7
Points Against16.4