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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow is likely out for the season with a pectoral injury.

By SI Wire
November 14, 2015

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow is likely out for the season with a pectoral injury.

Harbaugh told reporters Saturday after Michigan’s 48–41 double-overtime win over Indiana that Glasgow, who missed the game, would likely not return this season.

"It's looking that way, yeah," Harbaugh said, asked if Glasgow was out for the year. Michigan has been without defensive linemen Mario Ojemudia and Bryan Mone due to injury, and allowed a season-high 307 rushing yards to Indiana.

"It looked like we were playing like we were undermanned, we were tired," Harbaugh said, according to MLive.com. "We're just going to have to suck it up. ... There's nothing in football you hate to see more when a team goes on a long drive and only runs the football, that was all [Indiana] did (on its fourth-quarter scoring drive).”

The Wolverines moved to 8–2 with the win and travel to Penn State next week before hosting archrival Ohio State to end the season.

Jeremy Woo

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