There were a lot of rumors flying around about him having been hurt in practice, and apparently he played Saturday's game with a torn meniscus. According to John Fulton, he just had surgery to repair it. I'd have to watch the game again to be sure of this -- and I'm not so sure I want any part of that -- but Alabama seemed reluctant to bring an extra man (a safety) into the box. This is particularly surprising considering A) they were facing a run first team and B) they typically play a lot of single hi safety and quarters coverage. I'd imagine that HaHa's injury explains this, because they probably didn't want to ask him to either play quarters coverage or operate as a single hi safety on a consistent basis.