Jim Harbaugh provides positive status update for starting Michigan OL
On Monday, Jim Harbaugh provided an update regarding one of Michigan’s starting offensive linemen. Trevor Keegan, starting left guard, had to leave during last week’s game against UConn due to an injury.
But, there is some good news on the horizon. During the “Inside Michigan Football” radio show on Monday night, Harbaugh said that Keegan is “probable” to play this week.
Jim Harbaugh on Trevor Keegan's status for this week: "Probable. I think he will be [back in the lineup]."
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This will be a huge victory for the Wolverines if Keegan is healthy enough to play in the B1G opener at the “Big House.” Michigan’s offensive unit, if Keegan is able to play, will add more solid strength all around.
Although other Michigan players are greeted with injury concerns, Keegan, per Harbaugh should be good enough to play ahead of this week’s game.
With plenty of the week remaining, we will stay focused on the status moving forward.
The Wolverines will take on Maryland on Saturday, Sept. 24, at 12:00 p.m.