no, YOU'RE off topic
He's day to day...and there is quite a ways to go until November 17th, when we finally play someone with a pulse. It's all good.
I will forever be haunted by those three words. All because of Brady Hoke saying them every day while Denard was injured.
That sucks, but at least it's only a day-to-day injury, rather than "out for weeks/months/season"
Whatever the issue is, I just hope he doesn't feel the need to rush back and risk *aggravating it.
(edit: proofreading. I need to do it more.)
Brb, going to burn Ann Arbor to the ground.
Lots of time until the season starts. Hopefully it is just small booboo. But back injuries can linger.
PANIC IN THE STREETS!!!!
WE'RE ALL DOOMED!!!!!
But seriously, luckily we don't play anyone with a pulse for another two months, so for the time being, I don't think we have to worry.
"The U-M athletic medicine staff has been monitoring his progress and he is working diligently through this process," Beilein said in an official statement. "At this point, his full participation is day to day, with an expected return to be determined."
There's plenty of time before the opener yet, and although back injuries can be persistent, hopefully he's ready to go by then with the right approach and regimen. Stay healthy, Mitch.
he's just taking it easy so he has lots of gas left in the tank for another final four run.
It's September, and he's being called "day to day." Let's take a deep breath and relax.
...but then again aren't we all.
I hope it wasn't a bloodbath.
They can seem life altering when they happen, but most of the time they heal just like any other booboo. As someone who has had my share of back issues that kept me in bed for days...I can say theres plenty of time for him to get healthy before the season
He has missed both periods of class I have with him this week, FWIW