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    Injuries/ Player updates??

    Jeremy,

    Any updates or development on any of our players from last night?? Is everyone in good health minus some sore bodies??

    Any position changes going to be made on the defense??

    Thanks, you da man! :Guns:



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    I believe we escaped the game injury free.



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    Speaking of injuries...what was the deal with Cochran (Toledo QB) getting injured in one of the overtimes? He laid there forever and I was convinced it was bad injury (ACL, MCL, etc.) because he was down for a good 5 minutes. He then gets up, they call timeout, and he goes back into the game...it was a little strange.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneworld View Post
    Speaking of injuries...what was the deal with Cochran (Toledo QB) getting injured in one of the overtimes? He laid there forever and I was convinced it was bad injury (ACL, MCL, etc.) because he was down for a good 5 minutes. He then gets up, they call timeout, and he goes back into the game...it was a little strange.
    Rumor is he needed to change his tampon.



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    ISUFAN22...well you are close...Cramps fit with your scenario....quotes from Coach and Cochrane....

    "Clint just had some cramps. It was a long game. Three overtimes is a lot of extra football, a lot of extra strain on a football team. So he dehydrated a little bit."

    I didn't get enough fluids, or too much fluids, I don't know. I just got cramps. It was nothing serious. I was upset that I had to come out for that one play. It's excruciating for a moment but once they massage it out it's okay."



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    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneworld View Post
    Speaking of injuries...what was the deal with Cochran (Toledo QB) getting injured in one of the overtimes? He laid there forever and I was convinced it was bad injury (ACL, MCL, etc.) because he was down for a good 5 minutes. He then gets up, they call timeout, and he goes back into the game...it was a little strange.

    I read that he got cramps (yes, he then replaced his tampon, LOL). I don't agree that he should have been able to come back in the next play though. I always thought it had to be at least one play before they came back in to play (regardless of T.O. used or not).



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    Quote Originally Posted by cstrunk View Post
    I don't agree that he should have been able to come back in the next play though. I always thought it had to be at least one play before they came back in to play (regardless of T.O. used or not).

    They either have to use a TO or sit out a play, and since they called a TO he could come back in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneworld View Post
    Speaking of injuries...what was the deal with Cochran (Toledo QB) getting injured in one of the overtimes? He laid there forever and I was convinced it was bad injury (ACL, MCL, etc.) because he was down for a good 5 minutes. He then gets up, they call timeout, and he goes back into the game...it was a little strange.
    The other 'injury' was strange as well. After a few minutes, the trainers made their way out to check on the player, and after a few more minutes he jumped(!) up and started running(!) off until the trainer grabbed him. Viola! Free time-out. :Whistle:


    Yeah well, ya know, that's just, like uh, your opinion, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonekj View Post
    The other 'injury' was strange as well. After a few minutes, the trainers made their way out to check on the player, and after a few more minutes he jumped(!) up and started running(!) off until the trainer grabbed him. Viola! Free time-out. :Whistle:
    Yeah, looked a lot like the "horrible" injuries that were sustained by some of the soccer players in this summer's World Cup. If it was simply cramps, the officials should have made the trainers help him off the field and then get the game going again. Same goes for situations where our players get cramps, too (which happened soon after Cochran's "cramp").



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    That's what I was thinking. He just stayed down to get that call. This is football, not soccer.



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