there would have to be some to wash away
Unlike football who is taking near meaningless practice, baseball has an potential injury in a crucial stretch of their season... again. From the Daily's CiL, LaMarre went 1st to 3rd in the bottom of the 6th and came up stretching his hamstring. He stayed in and scored a run on a deep sacrifice fly, but he was removed from the game after that point.
No word on if this was just a tweak and the lineup change was precautionary or otherwise.
Lorenz enters the game at third, Kittle (started at third) to left.
I just noticed a thread over on Scout that Josh Furman was injured in a playoff game, and some are calling the injury "serious." Somebody referred to an ankle while others were calling it a knee injury. Anybody know anything more definitive? Tom?
I know I heard something about this on the forums and it has been kinda beaten to death but I saw Tate on campus this morning and I can confirm that he did have his arm in a sling. I was just wondering what everybody thoughts were on this. He didn't seem to baby it too much as he was moving his arm slightly. That encouraged me slightly but the fact that's in the sling is worries me some.
- Everyone already knew Molk was out. That's nothing new
- Rodriguez has already said that Moosman will start at center in Molk's place. His sill being included on the injury report probably just means he'll play despite not being quite 100%
- Tim McAvoy is unlikely to figure into the offensive line rotation any time soon, unless there are more injuries. His ability to (almost) play is not a big factor one way or the other.
- Rodriguez had previously thought Williams was fine, and the fact that he probably won't play isn't encouraging. Still, that hopefully won't be a factor against Indiana, and it will also give the younger guys some playing time. Maybe we'll even see Emilien on defense to spell Kovacs!
University of Michigan Football Injury Report
For the Indiana Game (Sept. 26)
David Molk (foot)
Doubtful (25% chance of playing)
Mike Williams (ankle)
Probable (75% chance of playing)
Tim McAvoy (knee)
David Moosman (shoulder)
In addition, Coach Rich Rodriguez announced the captains for the homecoming game against Indiana: linebacker Stevie Brown, quarterback David Cone, wide receiver Greg Mathews and punter Zoltan Mesko.
Because Ive never cheered nor followed another team I feel compelled to ask. Does U of M just have bad luck with injuries? As in are injuries similarly prevalent amongst other teams?
Shouldnt strength and conditioning help to prevent injury?
Michigan might be without CB Boubacar Cissoko, who had an interception in the opener. Going down the depth chart isn't a comforting way to deal with Michael Floyd and Golden Tate.
Quote is from the last paragraph from the Michigan section. This strikes me as a bunch of smoke since I hadn't read anything about this and there is no mention of this in Brian's latest post. Anyone with some inside info clear this up? Please, kthx.