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UPDATED: Michigan star DL Chase Winovich suffers injury vs. Indiana

The goal for the Michigan Wolverines was to play a clean game against Indiana, get the win, and escape without any injuries.

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Unfortunately, that does not look to be the case as the Wolverines’ heart and soul of the defense Chase Winovich was injured on Saturday against the Hoosiers.

In the 3rd quarter, Winovich was rushing and he was knocked to the ground and that’s exactly where he stayed until Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan trainers came to his side.

After watching the replay it looks as if Winovich may have injured his shoulder but that is just speculation at this point.

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UPDATE:

According to reports, Winovich’s parents have been escorted from the stands and up the tunnel to see their son.

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