Michigan quarterback Steven Threet is "very, very questionable" for Saturday's game at Minnesota, according to coach Rich Rodriguez.
Threet suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter at Purdue, but the effects weren't clear until after the game. Rodriguez said before today's practice that the headaches usually associated with similar concussions go away after a day or two, but Threet's have remained. He has not practiced all week.
Things projected to be more fun than the Minnesota game:
- last night's John McCain victory rally
- being mauled by a lion
- eating six whole tilapia raw
- Henry Kissinger