What's the deal with the lack of an Injury Report? We usually have one by Thur night around 7, right?
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It's out. Just not yet on mgoblog.
Good to see Odoms as Probable.
It'll be interesting to see how RichRod uses him now that Roundtree has located his ch'i.
Michigan also released its official injury report Thursday, and neither Brandon Minor (ankle, shoulder) nor Carlos Brown (knee) was listed. Both have been hobbled by injuries much of the season.
Receiver Martavious Odoms (knee) and defensive end Greg Banks (foot) were listed as probable.
The problem with these reports, as Brian has noted, is that they don't seem very accurate.
Its great news that Minor/Brown aren't listed, and that Odoms is probable. But I'll believe it when I see it.
On a side note, I just realized that there have been almost no injuries on the defensive side of the ball this season. Imagine how bad things could have gotten if Graham, Martin, Warren, etc went down. For the superstitious bloggers out there, I apologize in advance.
I realized I hadn't neg-banged you in a while (kidding!). I apologize in advance. Imagine how bad things could have gotten if I had remembered to neg-bang you all these day :-p
You better knock on some wood bklein.
Does anybody know if Tate Forcier is hurt at all? If I remember correctly I thought I read that he hurt his knee during the Purdue game, but I'm not quite sure.
I read that Tate did tweak his knee against Purdue but it is fine now and he will be wearing a protective sleeve over it for the rest of the year. His shoulder should be OK now too, considering he practiced fully the last two weeks.
I don't want to ever see an accurate injury report. It's like showing your cards at the WSOP and expecting to make money.
Go back to doing what Carr did, and just ... don't have an injury report!!11