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I'm guessing he'll pop a Toradol or two on Saturday afternoon.
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No reason to get personal. I have an issue with the validity of your comments.
- You have no idea how bad or what Maggit's injury is.
- To claim that every player who has turf toe is treated and healed the same, is preposterous.
- Equally as preposterous is claiming that nobody has played 100% on turf toe.
- It is 100% wrong to say there are not variations of degree to turf toe. Anything from a mild sprain to torn cartiledge of the MTP is considered 'turf toe', so YES, there are huge variations in severity.
You want to be contrarian, great. Just don't tell me to jump off a bridge for calling you out on it.
Whoa. Guys, it is Florida week. Point the guns down range at the enemy.
Curt is going to do a couple of lines and drink two beers. This will be fine.
If it is not, then someone else will step up. Hopefully they will not have had a couple of lines and beers.
let's rip the soul out of them. GO VOLS.
This post was edited by SRDC Vol 19 months ago
THIS is all I read..........Wes cleared him to dominate FL
It's a very debilitating injury, true. Luke Stocker had the same problem in 2009 whether you knew it or not, and it bothered him all season. Yet, he played through it. Just depends on how bad Maggitt's is. We'll wait and see.
Turf Toe, or not Turf Toe, that is the question? He will be on the turf at Neyland Playing with maybe, or maybe not with a Turf Toe. Can he tuff it out with is Turf toe, or maybe he does play without a turf toe. I will not, neither will I beat this any more.
According to the sports medicine conf I attended last feb., which had members of the UT training staff as speakers, there are 3 grades of "turf toe".
So, like many people on here that have no medical training, just common sense have said, we'll just have to wait and see.
If it was me, you would have to drag me off the field for this game. There would be no way you could keep me from playing. Injured or not. I would be willing to bet he prolly feels the same, but I could be wrong. #beatthebrakesoffthegators
i read on medical boards that max 3 weeks off but usally 7-10 day with complete rest and its good to go
Just saw "Maggitt" as the heading for this thread... Does anybody know anything about turf toe?
Yes. CrockettTM knows everything about it. Based on much of what I read from him he is either an expert or knows an expert about anything you care to ask him. I think he is currently living at a Holiday Inn Express.
Im an orthopedic PA.
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