While members of the Duke football team were improving their agility, finessing their sacks and blocks and increasing their speed, a member of their support staff that was struggling just to get in his car to go to work.
“I actually spent a week at home,” Lee Tucker, a football facility manager, explained. “I couldn’t come to work because I couldn’t make it to the car.”
A 40-year-old injury left Tucker struggling with knee pain, leaving him unable to walk at times.
In need of a full knee replacement, Tucker opted for outpatient surgery.