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My hat is off to your team,staff, and fans for their very classy support after Marcus Lattimore's injury. It was a display of sportsmanship that so often in today's world is forgotten, but not by VOL NATION.It was a bittersweet win for us, a bittersweet loss for you guys,and a very good college football game overall. The Tennessee program certainly demonstrated today that what happens after the whistle, IS the most important part of the game.
I hate it for him. Awful. Just awful.
Seriously couldn't feel worse for him. The emotions the kid and his family have to be feeling right now...unfathomable. They'll need all the support they can get.
I have still not gotten over Tyron Prothro injury and how it ended his brilliant career. I hope that that was not the last time we see Marcus.
This post was edited by Puddin Gooden on 10/27/2012 at 7:50 PM
As a guy that has had a serious knee injury like that it was tough to watch. I hated for him, I have always respected and liked his game. Hopefully he can recover in time for the draft.
My prayers are with him. It was hard to watch.
Awful. I hope he recovers.
Wish the best for the young man. Hope he makes a full recovery and has a successful career.
This post was edited by KeystoneUTK on 10/27/2012 at 8:32 PM
Wish Marcus all the best, Heckuva player and hope he has a full recovery.
IT TAKES NO TALENT TO HUSTLE
I was shaking as Lattimonster layed on the turf just
like I would if he was a Vol. That was a terrible injury to witness and my prayers will be with the young man and his family.
Unfortunately, it reminded me of McGahee's injury, Fortunately, McGahee recovered. Hope #21 does as well!
"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf."
yeah just gruesome too bad, everything that I've heard is he's a great kid which makes it all the more worse, not that I'd wish that on anybody. I've never seen anything like that what a shame to a great talent. My dad is an anesthesiologist and said he was worried and hoping there was not any vascular damage which can happen with such a compound injury like that, b/c vascular damage can seriously increase the risk of amputation. Now that is just a thought that I do not know one way or the other and just for damn sure is not the case. Shake my damn head it is hard to see something like that definitely some of the downside risk of this game.
This post was edited by poundtherock on 10/27/2012 at 8:50 PM
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