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    Bowl Practices

    Getting a little a head of myself but with the extra bowl practices for the team which of the freshman that redshirted this year would be able to possible crack the lineup for playing time next year. any who is everyone most hyped about seeing on the field next year



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    Re: Bowl Practices

    Quan West on offense. Pierre Aka on defense.

    I don't think they'll start, but should get in the rotations. I'm excited to see those two play.


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    Re: Bowl Practices

    Quote Originally Posted by GMackey32 View Post
    Quan West on offense. Pierre Aka on defense.

    I don't think they'll start, but should get in the rotations. I'm excited to see those two play.
    Did West get all healed up? I thought he tore his ACL or something in fall camp. I could be completely wrong, too.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloup View Post
    Did West get all healed up? I thought he tore his ACL or something in fall camp. I could be completely wrong, too.
    Yeah he tore his ACL in August. Normal recovery time is 6 months but you can start running and doing "open chain" motions after 3 months. I've seen him around and he's moving pretty good so it wouldn't surprise me if he's running routes next month.


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    Re: Bowl Practices

    Quote Originally Posted by GMackey32 View Post
    Yeah he tore his ACL in August. Normal recovery time is 6 months but you can start running and doing "open chain" motions after 3 months. I've seen him around and he's moving pretty good so it wouldn't surprise me if he's running routes next month.
    Normal recovery on an ACL is 6 months? Maybe if your name is Adrian Peterson. A normal person is looking at 9 months to a year before they're given clearance to resume all kinds of activity. Minimum.



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    Quote Originally Posted by IcSyU View Post
    Normal recovery on an ACL is 6 months? Maybe if your name is Adrian Peterson. A normal person is looking at 9 months to a year before they're given clearance to resume all kinds of activity. Minimum.
    Lulz, really? I tore my ACL and it was 6 months. And I'm not Adrian Peterson. Talk to any good orthopaedic surgeon and they'll tell you 6 months.


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    Re: Bowl Practices

    I had a complete femoral tear of my ACL. 3 weeks after surgery I was already pedaling on a bike. 6 weeks later I was doing leg presses. 3 months later... I finished all my physical therapy and was back to as close to 100% as I'll ever be. 9 months to a year... man, you need to find some better doctors.



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    Re: Bowl Practices

    Quote Originally Posted by SeeJay420 View Post
    I had a complete femoral tear of my ACL. 3 weeks after surgery I was already pedaling on a bike. 6 weeks later I was doing leg presses. 3 months later... I finished all my physical therapy and was back to as close to 100% as I'll ever be. 9 months to a year... man, you need to find some better doctors.
    But those Hok doctors talk such a good game....they specialized in running backs...


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