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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 School in Chicago.
Ringer signed this year out of Northmont High School in Clayton, Ohio.
The eighth-ranked Wolverines open the season against second-ranked Alabama on Sept. 1 at the Dallas Cowboys' home stadium.
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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...
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.
Ok, so we're breaking the rules and turning the "midweek lowdown" into "whatever-day-of-the-week-it-is lowdown". We had good response from Wednesday's post, plus I kind of like the informal nature of this kind of post for stuff like this.
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