Besides being one of the top quarterbacks in the country, Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa may be most known for his positive attitude in trying times.

That was never more evident than in a couple of videos shared on social media that showed him jamming out to music from his hospital bed. That’s one of the reasons Tagovailoa is popular among fans because he continues to believe in “God’s plan” despite many people around college football expressing their concerns about his future in college football and the NFL.

On Sunday night, the University of Alabama’s team orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Lyle Cain, announced that Tagovailoa will be flown to Houston Sunday night to have surgery on his hip Monday. The team of doctors have consulted many specialists, according to the statement, and surgery is the best route to take.

The Alabama quarterback dislocated his hip Saturday during the second quarter of the Mississippi State game. Tagovailoa was tackled by two players while rolling out of the pocket, and he was unable to get up off the ground without help. His face was bloodied, and the medical staff had to bring the cart out to get him off the field. He was screaming in pain while leaving the playing field.