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The University of Michigan football program made two announcements on Thursday regarding injured players.
Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Chris Bryant will miss the 2012 season with a fractured tibia.
Freshman linebacker Kaleb Ringer recently underwent successful knee surgery. Ringer will redshirt the 2012 season.
This comes a week after it was announced that freshmen defensive end Chris Wormley will miss the season with a knee injury.
The Wolverines are zeroing in on the start of the season and in preparation for that we recently completed our 2012 season preview.
Part 1: The Offense
Part 2: The Defense
Part 3: The roadmap to 11-1 and a Big Ten Championship
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University of Michigan football sophomore/freshman offensive lineman Chris Bryant (Chicago, Ill./Simeon) will miss the 2012 season with a fractured tibia, while Wolverines freshman linebacker Kaleb Ringer (Clayton, Ohio/Northmont) recently underwent successful knee surgery. Ringer will redshirt the 2012 season.
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Michigan offensive lineman Chris Bryant will miss the season because of a fractured leg, and linebacker Kaleb Ringer will redshirt following knee surgery.
The athletic department announced their absences Thursday, saying only that Bryant had a fractured tibia and Ringer recently had his operation.
Bryant redshirted last season after signing with the Wolverines out of Simeon High...
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