Alex Smith 6 to 8 month recovery


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      sweetgrass
      Ute Fan
      @sweetgrass

      No ligament damage but significant bone damage, broke both fibula and tibia

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      Anonymous
      Inactive

      He’s made over $200mm. Time to hang ‘em up Alex. 

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        RiseasUtes
        Ute Fan
        @riseasutes

        Plus he is a smart guy and talks smooth.  Get him in the booth and he will be very entertaining and full of information.  

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        Hellhound152
        Ute Fan
        @hellhound152

        A. Smith has so much more to give than as an analyst.  Would not be surprised to see him running a hedge fund or teaching econ at a University in the near future.  He could do anything he wants in or outside of football.  What a tremendous example for young people.

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          Anonymous
          Inactive

          Politics

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      GameForAnyFuss
      Ute Fan
      @gameforanyfuss

      “Alex? Yeah, coach Whittingham here! Really sorry about the leg…have you given any thought to what you’re going to do after your playing days are over?  How about a return to your alma mater? I’m sure I can find a spot for you…”

    • #79557

      Puget Ute
      Ute Fan
      @pugetute

      I feel awful about Alex. He had so much more to play for.  But doesn’t he have $75M guaranteed remaining on his contract? He can go around doing good things for the rest of his life.  

      I agree he would make a great analyst or motivational speaker.

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        Anonymous
        Inactive

        Senator Smith. Ambassador Smith. 
        Come back to Utah and rock the establishment. Shake it up. The “Greg Hugheses” of this state have had free reign for far too long. Break the wheel Alex.

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