Guys, this is not that big of a deal. It's a small surgery, but he'll be fine. Setback, a little, but chill. If any of us were to have this surgery on a Friday, we would be back to work on Monday, assuming 99% of us aren't athletes by trade.
I think the only really memorable (for me) case of an athlete having problems with meniscectomy was Curtis Martin, but that was because he tore his so much that eventually he had none left in his knees. I hate to imagine how painful his knees are today with bone on bone all day, everyday.
It's just meniscus. If they do a repair it won't be speedy. If the cut out the torn part he'll be fine. I'm willing to bet it's not a repair.
I can't, for the life of me, fathom why Aaron Craft was the last person to touch the ball. Why would he have the ball in the final seconds? Eh... It's over. Aaron was great watch throughout his career. Just not in the final seconds of games (except once).
yeah, Who cares. Let him have it. If beating a bad OSU team gets him that psyched, that shows how good he thinks his Flyers really are.
They better be ready to not play. Reloading with duds doesn't help.
I don't want the memory, so I'm not thankful. I didn't watch the game because I, quite frankly, had to go to class and I have too much homework to do. BUT, They're impossible to get excited about.
Tim Tebow probably could run an extra mile in 2 seconds. That's just the way it is.
Luke Perry. The pride of Fredericktown, Ohio. They have nothing else. I think they just got beer back a few years ago.