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Doubt not Marcus Lattimore

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WayzUp

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Marcus Lattimore is confident he'll be ready to play NFL football this fall.The former South Carolina star tailback has spent the past two months in Pensacola, Fla., rehabbing his right knee which he shredded on Oct. 27 against Tennessee. Lattimore sustained a dislocation and tore several ligaments in the gruesome injury.Yet, with each weight he lifts and every time he jogs in the pool, Lattimore knows he's getting closer to returning to the football field.Lattimore, who had surgery in November, declared for the NFL draft in December instead of rehabilitating and possibly playing one final season for the Gamecocks. At the time, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said it might take more than a year to recover. Lattimore has plunged himself into speeding up that timetable.He said well-known sports surgeon James Andrews, part of the team that performed the operation, has told him several times he's going to shock the world with his complete comeback.

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Rooting for him
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Could be the next AP

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I just hope he doesn't destroy his body in the process, He is going to be taking alot of shots and I would hate to see him with a cane in his late twenties. With that said I hope he shocks the world.

Edited by Hothotz, 08 February 2013 - 02:46 PM.


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I think everyone just genuinely wants the best for this guy. Whatever that is.
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Seriously. A season I will never forget.

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Rooting for the guy, no one deserves it more.

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Rooting for the guy. If he doesn't make it in the NFL he can run for mayor in SC.

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Squealliam Fatner

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Latti seems like a genuinely good, humble kid. I wish nothing but the best for him...