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Michigan Linebacker Jake Ryan Out Indefinitely with Torn ACLANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan football senior/junior linebacker Jake Ryan (Westlake, Ohio/St. Ignatius) is out indefinitely with a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in Tuesday's practice, the team announced today (Wednesday, March 20)."You always hate when anyone gets injured, and unfortunately we've dealt with our share of injuries in the last 12 months," said Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke. "We will support Jake to make sure he has everything he needs to get through this. I know he will attack his rehabilitation just like he does everything else and will be back when he's ready."Ryan led the Wolverines in 2012 with 88 tackles, 56 solo, 16 stops for loss, 4.5 sacks and four forced fumbles. He earned All-Big Ten second team honors by the media and was the Roger Zatkoff Award recipient as U-M's top linebacker. Dating back to 2011, Ryan...
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The 2013 Michigan football season almost surely ended for Michigan linebacker Jake Ryan before it came close to starting. On Tuesday during a spring football workout. Ryan would have been heading into his junior season, but will probably end up receiving a medical redshirt.
There was no official word from Michigan on how long Ryan will be out, but most ACL tears cost athletes...
When it comes to spring football, usually no news is good news and unfortunately for Michigan that held true as they announced on Wednesday that two-year starting linebacker Jake Ryan (an All-Big Ten selection last year) has suffered a torn ACL. It apparently happened during practice yesterday.
Michigan is saying he is out "indefinetly" at this point, but...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke talks in-depth about the Gardner’s new maturity as a player. He gives an update on injured running back Fitzgerald Toussaint. Plus Thomas Gordon playing both safety positions, and the early enrollee freshman defensive backs.
Michigan redshirt junior quarterback Devin Gardner is preparing for this fall by watching countless hours of practice film. Gardner explains his reasons for such avid study. Also, he talks about being just a quarterback this season and his leadership by example.
The University of Michigan football team suffered a big blow on Tuesday. Linebacker Jake Ryan suffered a torn ACL injury and is out indefinitely. It’s the kind of blow that can cause a college football team to either sink or swim. Is the Michigan 2013 season a wash at this point? The team announced [...]
Three-time Michigan captain Zack Novak has kept in touch throughout the season, sharing his thoughts on the Wolverines as well as providing some updates on his career in the Netherlands. We figured it would be a good chance to catch up with Novak before the NCAA tournament whirlwind starts for Michigan. Zack shared his thoughts on the NCAA tournament format, Michigan’s youth and...
The 2013 NCAA Tournament begins Thursday afternoon with Michigan State matching up against Valparaiso at The Palace. Later, on that same court, the Michigan Wolverines will take on South Dakota State.
What’s in store for both the Spartans and Wolverines on Thursday (and possibly beyond)? Chris Burke and Max DeMara break that down, with the help of Terry Vandrovec from the Argus...
Mitch McGary, Nik Stauskas, Jordan Morgan and Jon Horford held serve in the locker room while their teammates were on the podium in the press room. Watch all four players discuss Michigan’s upcoming NCAA tournament match-up with South Dakota State in the embedded media players below:
Morgan, Stauskas and Horford after the jump.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer Two years ago, Jordan Morgan and Michigan had to play a road game in the NCAA tournament - or so it seemed at first.
The Wolverines were in the round of 32, facing Duke in Charlotte, N.C. It appeared the Blue Devils would have a big advantage until Morgan noticed something about the crowd.
''Duke and North Carolina...
Michigan coach John Beilein has been through his fair share of tournament runs throughout his career. What’s the biggest difference between past runs and now? Well, there are a few -- and he’s hoping the Wolverines just embrace it. And, Trey Burke is SI's National Player of the Year.