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    Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    In response to a question about team injuries, CNS said duing his radio show tonight that Kenny Bell is right on the verge of being ready to play. It would be a game time decision. We've heard that was a possibility, but it seems phenominal to me that Kenny has recovered that quickly.
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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by ccc2259 View Post
    In response to a question about team injuries, CNS said duing his radio show tonight that Kenny Bell is right on the verge of being ready to play. It would be a game time decision. We've heard that was a possibility, but it seems phenominal to me that Kenny has recovered that quickly.
    Yes, it is. From that, I feel like the truth is that he's going to play. Coop and Bell at WR is almost illegal...
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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    so exactly what kind of leg fracture did he have?

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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    I hope he can play. ! Bama needs to hit them with all they got and Kenny Bell will be a great asset!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamaforeverme View Post
    I hope he can play. I've missed him this season! Bama needs to hit them with all they got and Kenny Bell will be a great asset!
    He's only missed one game. Got hurt against Auburn.

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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by RhodeIslandRed View Post
    so exactly what kind of leg fracture did he have?
    short version from what HSV'S described it was on non-weight bearing bone. No ligament damage so return from injury can be quicker.

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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    If bell plays it well open up the deep ball threat and and open up the pa pass. bell playing will be a huge asset.

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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by ccc2259 View Post
    In response to a question about team injuries, CNS said duing his radio show tonight that Kenny Bell is right on the verge of being ready to play. It would be a game time decision. We've heard that was a possibility, but it seems phenominal to me that Kenny has recovered that quickly.
    I guess there will be no need for Chris Black to play if Bell is going to be back. However, we are obviously going to have to pass more this game than against Georgia.

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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama1985 View Post
    I guess there will be no need for Chris Black to play if Bell is going to be back. However, we are obviously going to have to pass more this game than against Georgia.
    I think that's true...
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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Yeah if Kenny can play and be effective it will really give ND problems. I also believe if he does play he will be effective because the coaching staff would not put him out there if he could not be effective.

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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by TIDE-HSV View Post
    Yes, it is. From that, I feel like the truth is that he's going to play. Coop and Bell at WR is almost illegal...

    Watched the replay of the Tenn. game and I forgot how deadly Kenny was on the crossing slant routs. If you are not real familiar with ND's defense having KB back would be huge. His skill set would be invaluable at attacking their front 7 which is geared to stop the run. KB and Coop and even Williams could soften that belly considerably.

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    Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by RhodeIslandRed View Post
    so exactly what kind of leg fracture did he have?
    Broke his fibula. The tibia is the main weight-bearing bone in the lower leg.

    I wanted to add that, if he plays, that means the break was minor and probably well above where the fibula joins the ankle. And that's a good thing.
    Last edited by SavannahDare; January 5th, 2013 at 07:30 PM.
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    Re: Kenny Bell playing in BCSCG is a game time decision

    Quote Originally Posted by SavannahDare View Post
    Broke his fibula. The tibia is the weight-bearing bone in the lower leg.
    Like Earle said in another thread, He broke the right bone if you had to break one. Still would be a TO like comeback.

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