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Jake Ryan is still recovering from a spring practice knee injury that required surgery, and although his rehab is going well, the Michigan linebacker needs to be patient.
The Wolverines are preparing to start the season without him. An October return is the most plausible scenario and, at this point, Ryan is trying to work his way through treatment and therapy so he can remain on schedule.
Ryan had a team-high 88 tackles last season as a redshirt sophomore, along with 4 1/2 sacks and four forced fumbles. He went down March 19 with a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
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Michigan redshirt junior linebacker Jake Ryan hasn’t exactly had it easy since tearing his ACL in the spring. Not focused on the negative, Ryan is making great gains in his attempt to return for game action in October. His thoughts on the Wolverines fall camp inside as well (VIDEO included).
Left to right: Kalis, Schofield, Lewan and Glasgow.
First up, my photoset from today's media day event at Michigan Stadium.
Also, check out Hoke's press conference.
Brady Hoke Press Conference 8-11-2013 by mgovideo
ANN ARBOR -- Fitz Toussaint knows one things about the 2013 football season.
It can't possibly be worse than 2012.
For the second summer in a row, Toussaint is expected to be Michigan's starting tailback, especially after the injury to five-star freshman Derrick Green. This year, though, he hopes things work out a little better.
The senior spent last summer knowing he...
One of the unique aspects of college football compared to the pro game is that multiple players can wear the same name — they just can’t be on the field at the same time. Often this results in doubly-cool jerseys where a fan has a number that represents both an offensive and defensive star.
However, there can be drawbacks on occasion, particularly if fans only know a player but...
Please enjoy these 4 minutes of this one-on-one blocker versus tackler drill (known as the Michigan Drill) from Friday's practice, the first full-pads practice of the fall camp. Hat tip to MGoVideo and MGoBlue dot com. I love this video and I love this drill. This is what football is all about. Just sit back and drink in the sounds of football.
Pad level boys! It's all...
FOXSportsNEXT's Lindsey Thiry and Kyle Bogenschutz take a closer look at the Michigan defense, the Jake Ryan situation, the emergence of Frank Clark, and potential breakout performer in sophomore linebacker James Ross.
FOXSportsNEXT's Lindsey Thiry and Kyle Bogenschutz preview the Michigan offense lead by quarterback Devin Gardner, replacing Denard Robinson, the competition at running back, big receiver targets, and the young interior of the offensive line.