On Saturday night against Indiana, the Michigan Wolverines suffered a big loss late in the first quarter when RB Blake Corum was forced to leave the game with what appeared to be a leg injury.
Following the game, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh spoke to reporters and he gave an optimistic update on Corum’s injury.
“We’ll see. After the game, talked to him for a little bit,” Harbaugh said. “I don’t know how — I don’t think it’s serious, I don’t know if it’s mild. But it’s somewhere less than serious — we’ll see.”
We will certainly find out more about Corum’s status moving forward when Harbaugh speaks to reporters early this week.
If you are tuning in for Michigan’s game vs. Indiana, you may have noticed Wolverines’ RB Blake Corum limp off the field after running the ball late in the first quarter.
According to reports, Corum needed to be helped off of the field and to the medical tent.
Note: Corum has been ruled out for the remainder of the game
Blake Corum hobbled off the field after that 4-yard run. Athletic trainers are helping him to the medical tent.
— Daniel Dash (@DanielDash_) November 7, 2021