Tua Tagovailoa is going to be OK. Alabama’s star quarterback tweaked his sprained right knee early in the third quarter against Missouri Saturday night and then spent about 20 minutes inside the Crimson Tide’s sideline medical tent, but Nick Saban is under the impression that Tagovailoa will be fine moving forward. Tagovailoa could have re-entered the game and wanted to re-enter game, according to Saban, but they determined it wasn’t worth putting him back in there. “We don’t think there’s any issues or problems with it,” Saban said of the knee. The only injury of any significance on Saturday was the one suffered by wide receiver DeVonta Smith, but it isn’t major. Smith pulled a muscle and will be “day-to-day,” Saban said. Matt Zenitz is an Alabama and Auburn reporter for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @mzenitz.