Michigan Football Injury Report For Ohio State

Submitted by Tim on November 25th, 2010 at 9:06 PM

Press Release:

OUT (0% PLAY)

Ferrara, John                             Knee

Floyd, JT                                       Ankle

Jones, Mike                                Leg

Jones, Teric                                Knee

Odoms, Martavious                Foot

Van Slyke, Jared                       Clavicle

Williams, Mike                           Head

Woolfolk, Troy                          Ankle

 

QUESTIONABLE (50% PLAY)

Hemingway, Junior                 Head

 

PROBABLE (75% PLAY)

Gallon, Jeremy                         Shoulder

Martin, Mike                              Ankle

Roh, Craig                                    Head

Smith, Vince                               Head

Stonum, Darryl                         Ankle

Nobody new on the "out" list, just the guys who have been expected to miss the entire season for a while now.

Among the rest, Junior Hemingway is a shocker, as I don't recall any serious injury against Wisconsin and Rich Rodriguez didn't say anything about him this week. It's encouraging to see the rest on the "probable" list, as most of those guys had serious-looking injuries against the Badgers (and Mike Martin's injuries have been recurring). Craig Roh and Darryl Stonum have said they wouldn't be missing this game for anything, so it's no surprise that they're likely to play.

It's also encouraging to see Taylor Lewan's name isn't on the list, as he didn't play last week, and has apparently been given a clean bill of health.

 

Comments

mGrowOld

November 25th, 2010 at 10:00 PM ^

So on a sidebar post Henniger is injured (allegedly) and will be held out of tomorrow's game.  If that is true then why submit injury reports at all because he's not listed here.  I don't think they are mandated to do so (unlike the NFL) so why on earth tip your hand prior to the game?  And if they aren't required do the coaches play "liars poker" with the injury list to try and mislead the other team on who's going to play and who's not?

Can anyone shed some light on this one for me?

 

 

 

 

NateVolk

November 25th, 2010 at 10:14 PM ^

Stonum really had my worried. Visually his injury play looked bad. Then the talk of the boot. It is amazing what our great training and medical staff can do when paired with one tough hombre like him.

mgoO

November 25th, 2010 at 11:30 PM ^

The WR situation could get dicey this week...it's unfortunately similar to the tailback situation for last year's game.

If Hemingway/Stonum can't go or can't make it through the game, we're down to Stokes and Jackson as true outside receivers.

When Odoms went down there was talk of Terrence Robinson taking some snaps on the outside but I haven't noticed that actually happening and he's barely played at all since the non-conference schedule.

I suppose Ricardo Miller could play as well since he already blew his RS on special teams?

Either way, we're going to have to do a lot of damage on the ground or in the slot if we're going to move the ball effectively it would seem...

Blue since birth

November 26th, 2010 at 2:17 AM ^

"Junior Hemingway is a shocker, as I don't recall any serious injury against Wisconsin and Rich Rodriguez didn't say anything about him this week."

 

I remember Hemingway acting as if he was having trouble with his vision after a play. It looked like he may have just been poked in the eye at the time... I was hoping anyway.

I thought Jackson looked pretty good last week FWIW.

TheMadGrasser

November 26th, 2010 at 3:12 AM ^

Is with all the concussions? If Stonum and Hemmingway are both out, we're seriously in trouble.

 

EDIT: Who negs this comment? Seriously, please post your reason. Crap like this pisses me off to no end.

mjv

November 26th, 2010 at 3:42 PM ^

Regarding lewan. He was cleared to play last Thursday. But was held out as a precaution. This is per has dad who was about six seats away from me at the game.

RR seems to err on the side of a players health when even there is a question. A college coach who really does care about his players. Very novel in this day and age.