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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunCrimson View Post
    For all intents and purposes, Clemson will open the season with nobody hurt. Certainly, nothing season ending. Wonder what that feels like.

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

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    For all intents and purposes, Clemson will open the season with nobody hurt. Certainly, nothing season ending. Wonder what that feels like.
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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

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    I have very little doubt he is doing exactly that. It would be irresponsible not to IMO.

    I also don't think teams should (or do) look at it as "well it happens everywhere." Every team loses games that doesn't mean they stop self reflecting on how those losses happen and how to improve. The same approach should be taken toward injuries.
    This staff was one of the pioneers in college of using gps location and biometrics to gather data on player exertion as one tool to prevent injuries. I am sure they are turning over every stone working with Dr.'s Andrews and Cain to identify any cause/effect type relationships. Having said that, there is a lot more that we don't know about ACL injuries than we do know. A little background for those who may not know and don't care to do the research:

    -The ACL is one of 2 cruciate (latin for crossing) ligaments inside the knee....along with the pcl.
    -It is a non weight bearing knee stabilizer, meaning you don't need it in order to bear weight. In fact, many older (geriatric) patients will not have this ligament replaced and live a perfectly normal life (for their age and activity levels)
    - The ACL prevents FORWARD translation of the tibia in relation to the femur. (It prevents the shin bone from being able to slide forward out from under the femur.
    -While it certainly can be the result of violence, the majority of ACL tears in sports are non-contact, plant and decelerate injuries.
    -Clinically, any athlete who presents with a non-contact knee injury, reports feeling a "shift" or hearing a "pop", and has a large amount of swelling, the ACL is many times the likely injury.

    As someone posted earlier in the thread, their are many factors that are believed to predispose athletes to ACL injury: notch size, Quad/Hamstring strength ratio, Q-angle between hips and knees, glute strength, and on and on.

    After 20 years practicing sports medicine, I have yet to see a reliable way to prevent these. As athletes get stronger and faster, we don't have a way to enhance the ligaments to keep up with the increasing torque and other forces that these athletes are generating. For many fast-twitch type athletes, it's a matter of when, not if, when it comes to ACL. IMO, TIFWIW

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Ok, because the numbers are thin at LB...who do you think will be asked to switch position groups to build depth at MLB?

    No doubt an Outside LB, but besides that, who do you think?

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Quote Originally Posted by NoNC4Tubs View Post
    Ok, because the numbers are thin at LB...who do you think will be asked to switch position groups to build depth at MLB?

    No doubt an Outside LB, but besides that, who do you think?
    Derrick Henry most likely

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Here is an article about the bad luck we have had at LB over the years. The article was written after Terrell Lewis got injured last year. I think anyone who is making it out to be anything more than bad luck is wrong.

    https://www.al.com/alabamafootball/2...l_lewis_k.html

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Quote Originally Posted by NoNC4Tubs View Post
    Ok, because the numbers are thin at LB...who do you think will be asked to switch position groups to build depth at MLB?

    No doubt an Outside LB, but besides that, who do you think?
    It's a unique body type.....the closest thing "might" -- "might" be a tight end.....but usually they are taller and slower than what you need there......

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Time for the younguns to step up. Not expecting the same run d we’ve grown accustomed too over the last few years though.
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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Heck I'm just happy that we made it to 4pm and no news of someone getting hurt today.

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    The sad fact of these injuries is probably just due to all these guys being athletic freaks. Humans were not made to move that fast, change directions that nimbly, and jump so far with a body that big.
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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    The sad fact of these injuries is probably just due to all these guys being athletic freaks. Humans were not made to move that fast, change directions that nimbly, and jump so far with a body that big.
    I don’t disagree. Kind of like thoroughbred horses — in order to be successful at the highest level, their bodies are built and trained and conditioned to the limit of what they’re designed for. Doesn’t take much additional stress in the wrong place to push human bone or connective tissue beyond its limit.

    Just curious, not that it matters much, but is there any information on whether the Moses, McMillon or Sanders injuries were the result of contact? Lately it seems that a lot of feet and knees just snap away from the action, with no contact whatsoever. It’s always happened (Kerry Goode), but seems more frequent now.
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    Re: Dylan Moses hurt according to Aaron Suttles

    This 50 year old could play in DM’s place on Saturday and we could still win by 50 points. And again, this injury certainly does not mean that the season is lost, but those trying to say that this injury does not have a devastating impact on a championship run are whistling past the grave yard. I predict that people will misread early results but the problem won’t be apparent until we get into the meat of our schedule. With the exception of possibly Texas AM, it won’t matter until November. THAT is when I predict that we will feel the loss. We can still have a great year but big-time sec programs that we play in November and beyond will be able to exploit this weakness.
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