Michigan offensive tackle Trente Jones suffered a serious lower leg injury and was carted off in the 31-10 win at Indiana. Head coach Jim Harbaugh confirmed in his press conference that the senior tackle likely suffered a high ankle sprain.

It is not known the extent of Jones’ high ankle sprain and how he could be out. This is the first full-season start for Jones as a member of the Wolverines.

Senior Karsen Barnhart came in place of Jones for the remainder of the second half. This was Barnhart’s 20th career game played as a Wolverine.

The offense for Michigan accumulated 469 total yards, with 165 of them coming from the rushing game. The offensive line of the Wolverines allowed 5 tackles for loss from the defense of the Hoosiers.

No. 4 Michigan will host No. 10 Penn State in a likely top-10 matchup in Week 7.