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Iltis needs ACL surgery

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    http://www.buffzone.com/ci_16780620

    Different knee from the 2008 ACL he had fixed.

    I hope he's ready to participate some in the spring.
     
  2. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    link says nothing about iltis...

    and if he hasn't had surgery yet, no way he plays in spring ball if its full acl repair. lucky if he's full bore by fall.
     
  3. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Fixed.

    Yeah, it totally depends on the surgery and how severe the injury was. One of the ACL surgeries has you off crutches 2 weeks later.
     
  4. Buffellow85

    Buffellow85 Well-Known Member

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    Does Macarty perform all of the surgeries, or does he just make sure they are all done correctly
     
  5. BehindEnemyLines

    BehindEnemyLines beware the habu Club Member

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    ilt has had his fair share of injuries. hope like he!! it's not too bad.
     
  6. mdelpizzo_1

    mdelpizzo_1 My Dixie Wrecked Club Member

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    Karma sent to him to return for spring!
     
  7. buffsyko

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    Richter should be ready, he played center at juco, move him back to center.
     

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