WolverineMan1988

November 22nd, 2017 at 2:57 PM ^

It depends on where he's at IN the concussion protocol. No doubt the staff is not going to let on if he is close to returning. If he is still having symptoms as of today, then I'm not sure he even has enough days left to make it through the protocol before Saturday. But if for instance, he is going through a workout today and then doesn't have symptoms tomorrow, then he could practice non-contact on Thursday, and then practice regularly on Friday. If at any point his symptoms return in that process, then he won't play.

Gr1mlock

November 22nd, 2017 at 1:48 PM ^

Let's bust out the ultimate beef strategy.  6 linemen, Mason, Poggi, and Hill in the backfield, Gary at QB, DPJ split wide (for either jet sweep shenanigans or to just lob balls to him if OSU decides to put all 11 in the box to fight the beef).  Just pound them for 3 yards a play, occassionaly switching Gary for Hurst or Higdon to give them breathers. They'll never see it coming.  

Mgodiscgolfer

November 22nd, 2017 at 2:25 PM ^

"They will never see this coming", I am absolutely sure no one is going to see this coming, because that's never going to happen.

Please football Gods, give us a break in this game and let it be one without injuries to any of our skill players. I know, I know, there goes our offensive line but hell man we all know someone will be knocked out till spring football if were lucky. Most likely either left guard or left tackle will have to go down I would guess our guard because the tackle is graduating.

slimj091

November 23rd, 2017 at 1:11 AM ^

As much as I think Peters is the future of Michigans offense I think it was safe to say we were screwed for this week before he even got concussed.

Our only hope is that Barrett air mails half a dozen interceptions, and I don't see Meyer letting Barrett drop back and pass much on Saturday.