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What's his prognosis for the National Championship? I heard he could be out anywhere from 3-8 weeks at the time of his injury.
Any chance he is going to be back for the 'Ship?
I have absolutely no experience or knowledge about collarbone breaks.
Guess it would depend on severity and all.
"Having the right to do something doesn't mean it's right to do it." -- Chief Justice Warren Burger
The morning after the Boston College game (Nov. 11) Daniels underwent surgery for a broken left clavicle.
He was projected to be able to do some light workouts and jogging by early December and be cleared to play for the Jan. 7 title game. Even at the high end recovery of eight weeks, that would be several days before the game.
Perfect. Hopefully he's at full strength, because ND is going to need every playmaker it has to win the NC.
Thanks, Lou. It'll be nice seeing #10 back on the field.
Now if he would have caught the TD pass that he got hurt on, ND would have covered the spread and my pocket wouldn't hurt so much.
But it's good to fumble and drop passes against the weaklings, over the SC's and UM's.
Daniels tweeted last week that the reason he elected to have surgery was so that he would be ready to return for the Natty.
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