Report: Michigan will be without 2 key starters vs. Indiana

In about a half-hour, Michigan will take the field against Indiana as they look to bounce back from an embarrassing loss to Michigan State.

But the Wolverines will reportedly be at a disadvantage against the Hoosiers as starting offensive tackles Jalen Mayfield and Ryan Hayes will both miss Saturday’s game due to injury.

From Wolverines Wire:

While left guard Chuck Filiaga was back in uniform, Michigan’s two tackles on offense — Mayfield and Hayes — did not travel due to their respective injuries and are out for Saturday, per a team spokesperson. Upon potential replacements are Karsen Barnhart and Zak Zinter.

According to Mayfield’s father, he is “day to day” with a high ankle sprain and he could be back either next week vs. Wisconsin or the following week vs. Rutgers.

Today’s game will kick off at noon EST and can be seen on FS1.

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