After an enjoyable competitive and recreational time, I blew my L4-L5 disk and had a microdiscectomy at 34. Complete recovery, I did everything but play basketball after that. 17 years later, another rupture and scar tissue required a repeat. I'm good again. A few years after my first procedure, one of our execs had a neck issue and I referred him to my neurosurgeon for a successful outcome. A coworker gave his assessment of the situation, and told me he was really surprised at my interaction with the big boss' medical issue: he said, "I'm really surprised at this." me (surprised): "you mean that I would give him a referral?" Him: "No, that he had a spine..."
Maybe we did go a little conservative but our OL has been so good this year it has not matter much. For some reason in this game we were not getting the same push at the line of scrimmage that we had gotten all year. Seemed like ND was harder to block than expected and they were also crashing people into the middle as soon as it looked like a run between tackles. The safeties came down hard at times which is why I was expecting some shots over the top that we never really did.
Bo would have been a goodun running the wishbone for Coach Bryant (I think). I believe Coach could have fixed his arrogant attitude perhaps.
Corral performed better against Indiana than did Fields. Who's the elite QB in this comparison?