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The Wolverines have no star defensive end Quitty Bay, right-footed Jalan Mayfield and left-back Ryan Hayes. No one was seen warming up before Saturday night’s game at Michigan Stadium. A project spokesman confirmed that all three had left due to injury.
According to Pro Football Focus, Demon is the team’s leading pass racer with two sacks and one team’s top 25 pressure in three games. The senior was injured at the end of the third quarter of the loss in Indiana last week and has not returned.
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His absence is a severe blow to the injured defensive line. Star Defensive End Aidan Hutchinson broke his leg against the Houssiers and was out for the rest of the season. Without the ghost and Hutchinson, the Wolverines could have served on backup defensive ends with Luigi Villan and Taylor Apsha playing close to 100 snaps against Indiana. Michigan’s Boss Rush have not lifted a job in the last two games – and it would have been hard to break that drought without the ghost and Hutchinson.
Mayfield and Hayes – two early attackers – will be out after a week without traveling to Indiana. Mayfield suffered a right ankle sprain against the state of Michigan on Oct. 31; Hayes’ injury is unknown.
Against the Houssiers, the Wolverines circled their attack, moving right-hander Andrew Stooper to the right, Redshirt newcomer Carson Bournehard to the left, and real newcomer Jack Zinder to the right.
Six key contributors to the badgers left due to injuries or the COVID protocol.