In a news release from Dr. Cain on Saturday night it was confirmed that Tua Tagovailoa will be out for the season due to a dislocated hip injury he suffered during the Mississippi State-Alabama game on Saturday.
"For the past 24 hours our medical team has consulted with multiple orthopedic experts across the country, who specialize in hip injuries and surgeries", the statement reads. The hope is that Tagovailoa is able to make a full recovery and get back to playing the game he loves.
According to the ESPN telecast, Tagovailoa suffered an injury to his right hip - not his knee or ankle.
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Tagovailoa, with Alabama up 35-7 and enough time remaining for one final drive in the half, was seen lobbying to reenter the game for one final drive. The hard hit knocked off Tagovailoa's helmet and left him with a bloody nose. ESPN sideline reporter Molly McGrath reported Tagovailoa was "screaming in pain". "We were going to put Mac in and we said 'Let's put Tua in before the half for two-minute [drill] just for practice'".
Tagovailoa was immediately taken to a local hospital before being airlifted via helicopter to St. Vincent's Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama, according to Tide beat writer Cecil Hurt. Alabama has said it anticipates a full recovery for Tagovailoa, who had been forecasted as a potential high first-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft before the injury.