On Saturday, the Alabama Crimson Tide suffered a bit of an injury scare when star offensive tackle Cam Robinson was taken from the practice field.
The obvious hope is that Robinson was not seriously injured and that he would be available for the Sept. 5 season-opener at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas against the Wisconsin Badgers. On Sunday, the Crimson Tide provided an update on his status.
Luckily, Robinson seemed to avoid serious injury.
According to head coach Nick Saban, Robinson suffered a sprained knee and he is going to be “fine.”
Nick Saban: Cam Robinson sprained his knee and "is fine." May be able to do some things today.
— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) August 9, 2015
Alabama is once again one of the top teams in the SEC and a likely challenger for the College Football Playoff, so having Robinson on the field will be key to allowing their offense to click in 2015.
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