Mark Ingram Knee Injury Surgery: To Miss Alabama Football Opener
Heisman Trophy Winner Mark Ingram Knee Injury: Arthroscopic Surgery Forces Ingram To Miss Alabama vs San Jose State Season Opener
The Alabama Crimson Tide will have to roll on without star player, Heisman Trophy wining running back Mark Ingram for their season opener.
Mark Ingram injured his knee during a Crimson Tide practice on Monday.
Fortunately, Mark Ingram will be missing a game against a team Alabama should be able to handle, San Jose State.
The larger question is what after his knee injury and subsequent surgery when will Mark Ingram return to Alabama Football and how strong will that knee be?
“Mark will definitely be out for this week’s game,” Saban said. “We will make every decision in the future based on what’s best for Mark and his career. This is not an injury that will affect Mark’s future ability to make a full recovery in a relatively short time frame.”
Mark Ingram led Alabama to a NCAA National Title and a 14-0 record. Ingram rushed for 1,542 yard during the regular season and scored 15 touchdowns. He scored two more touchdowns in the Crimson Tides 37-21 win in the BCS championship game against the Texas Longhorns.