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LOOK: Michigan’s stud Defensive End leaves game in 4th quarter


In the fourth quarter of today’s game versus the Indiana Hoosiers, stud Defensive End, Rashan Gary, left the game in the fourth quarter. On the ensuing the play the Hoosiers scored to bring them within three with less than four minutes to play.

Gary is arguably the best defensive player on the Nation’s best defense, and his loss would be a huge blow.

With the Wolverines taking on Penn State next week and the nation’s best player, Saquan Barkley, they will need all the help they can get on the defensive side of the ball. Gary’s injury will be something to keep an eye on in the coming weeks.

UPDATE: Rashan Gary returned for the last drive of the game, where Indiana kicked the game-tying field goal to send the game to overtime.

Written by AJ Reilly

A.J. is a lifelong baseball fan and an avid storyteller. His debut novel, The Askren Boys, won the Literary Classics Gold Medal and Seal of Approval in November of 2018. When not writing, he is spending time with his wife Jessica, son Jack, daughter Nora, and new arrival Teddy. A.J. lives in Metro Detroit.

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