Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa carted off field 'screaming in pain'

Getty									Tua Tagovailoa injured his ankle against Tennessee

Getty Tua Tagovailoa injured his ankle against Tennessee

Tagovailoa was then taken to a local hospital via ambulance before flown to St. Vincent's Medical Center in Birmingham by way of helicopter, according to Tide beat writer Cecil Hurt.

Tua Tagovailoa wasn't the only Alabama starter to get hurt during the team's win over Mississippi State on Saturday.

The Heisman candidate recently suffered a high-ankle sprain that required a surgical procedure. The hard hit knocked off Tagovailoa's helmet and left him with a bloody nose.

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However, this new injury was unrelated to the ankle issue and was one head coach Nick Saban described as a "freak injury". "We were going to do 2-minute before the half with him, just for practice", Saban said.

Tagovailoa had surgery on his ankle after injuring it against Tennessee on October 19.

Tagovailoa was unable to put any weight on the right side of his body after injuring his right hip. That kept him out of the second half against Tennessee and the entire Arkansas game the next week.

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Tagovailoa was the Heisman Trophy runner-up a year ago and having another stellar season.

He is also expected to be one of the top picks in the next National Football League draft.

He had completed 14 of his 18 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns before the injury.

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