Found February 06, 2012 on UM Hoops:
ESPN’s Michael Rothstein caught up with Jon Horford after Michigan’s loss in East Lansing on Sunday and the sophomore big man reiterated that a redshirt remains the most likely option. “If coach said, ‘We absolutely need you to come back,’ I could come back,” Horford said Sunday following Michigan’s 64-54 loss to Michigan State. “But other than that, I’ve missed so many games that I feel like coming back at this point would almost be a waste of a season.” “I’m still having pain in my foot, so I don’t want to risk re-fracturing it,” Horford said. “I’ve been taking it kind of slow.”
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