Report: Michigan loses key offensive player for matchup vs. Penn State

If Michigan wants to beat Penn State at the Big House on Saturday afternoon, they will have to do so with one of their biggest offensive threats.

According to reports, wide receiver Giles Jackson will miss the game vs. the Nittany Lions with an undisclosed injury.

From Wolverines Wire:

Sophomore receiver and kick returner Giles Jackson is out for the game with an unspecified injury. So far this season, Jackson had returned 13 punts for 354 yards, including a 95-yard touchdown last week in Michigan’s win at Rutgers. Brandon Brown of WolverineDigest first reported Jackson's absence on Friday.

Nation, will Michigan be able to overcome all of their injuries and beat Penn State?