Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by lvbuff, Sep 20, 2015.
What about Carr?
CU is no longer providing injury reports
Carr and Adkins out this week.
Gillam still out.
I don't imagine we see much Lindsay either.
Gilbert's suspended for the first half, correct?
They need to heal, won't need much to beat nicholls st.
I banged up my hand on Sunday with an impact wrench gone wild....It was my left hand (I am left-handed) but I am able to raise a beer with my right so I should be good to go. I will be 100% by the Oregon game.
But, can you kick with both feet?
he got dinged up. Since CU is not doing injury reports, we don't know what happened. If it was season ending he would have been listed as such on the depth chart. My guess is its a sprain or strain of some kind and a week off will have him back.
Carrs practicing. I expect him to play, and so does woelk
DBT has some gout and a little bit of stiffness but that goes with the weather changing.
good news. Just a strain or something like that then I would assume. If he does play, hoping its not much. We need his speed in Pac-12 play more than we need it against
He wishes he had stiffness.
Weather's not really changing either:
His wife had the same complaint!
Knock on wood, I haven't had a single gout attack in 3 or 4 months. So FU!
But you still didn't address the "bigger" issue.
On second thought - never mind - I really do not want to know.
The point spreads thing is a lame excuse. If they don't want to do injury reports like a lot of schools don't, then just don't it, that's fine.
So sefo had an ac joint sprain Saturday night and shot it up at half so he could play the 2nd half.
I just read about Sefo's shoulder separation, and I'm confused. I had an AC shoulder separation and I couldn't sleep on my left side for a year, much less throw a football. It is not a trivial injury. There are certainly severity levels (mine was only a 2 on a scale of 1-4), but I'm surprised to read that he described it as a bruise and will apparently be playing on Saturday. That doesn't seem to match up with my understanding of the injury.
Pain killers are awesome
Throwing with a shoulder separation is impressive.
I had a grade 3, but I'm pretty sure it was a scale of 1-5. 4 and 5 require surgery. 3 can go either way, I elected to not have surgery and was out of any sports activity for about 4 months. Been almost 2 years, still hard to sleep on that side.
Ah, you're right. I was wrong about 1-4. According to one site, there are actually 6 grades. I guess Sefo must have a Grade 1, or I can't really see them letting him play a week later. Regardless, I admire his toughness.
Your shoulder separation is classified by the extent or magnitude of your injuries.
Grade 1: A mild shoulder separation involves a sprain of your AC ligament that does not move your clavicle and looks normal on X-rays.
Grade 2: A more serious injury tears the AC ligament and sprains or slightly tears the CC ligament, putting your clavicle out of alignment to some extent.
Grade 3: The most severe shoulder separation completely tears both your AC and CC ligaments and puts your shoulder joint noticeably out of position.
Grades 4, 5 and 6 AC separations are very rare.
Could be grade I, could have been a partial separation, could just have a higher pain tolerance than you. Lots of things that make injuries unique case by case.
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