Per a trainer from MSU.
Course he is. This is their season. If they win, they may win 8. If they lose, they're going to complete their implosion.
Good for the kid. If we are going to beat them I'd like them at their best.
not a shock...I think everyone completely expected him to play. Should test the coverage skills of Ryan/Morgan a little more.
Either way as long as we win in the trenches his return means squat.
Remember this year's Super Bowl? Gronk "gave it a go" and although he did play he was but a shell of himself and the Giants quickly figured that out. It'll be interesting to see if Sims can cut laterally.
Good, they have no excuses. They'd all be like, Mad Max didn't have his only target that can catch.
Has Sims practiced at all this week?
Funchess better anyway. Screw MSU.
This most likely will be subtraction by addition for MSUs offense with him in the field running on one leg. I look forward to this.
It wouldn't be a Michigan vs. Michigan State game if MSU didn't have a convicted felon on the field.
Do you remember our offseason? Comments like this belong on their message boards.
He's good to go. Just got the wind knocked out of him.
Any real competitor gives it a go in this game.
Not surprised at all. Ever since Dantonio said he was "questionable", they might as well just have said "he's gonna play". No way he misses this game.
He doesn't aggravate it more seriously. I'd hate to see a kid take an injury that should heal great in a few months and turn it into a yearlong thing.
Let me show you my shocked face:
/Insert funny meme showing someone with shocked face
I never even considered a scenario where he didn't play in some capacity
until he takes the first hit.
Of course he is. Dantonio will do anything to try to gain an edge, like trying to get us to plan w/o Sims... no one's fooled.
Dey-Dey s going to play on his rolled ankle too.
It wont matter.
I get that he wants to play, but I'd hate to see him get hurt for the rest of the season. But it's a rivalry game - I get why he wants to be out there.