Michigan is in the fourth quarter of the game against Indiana with a lead in hand, but the Wolverines are playing without leading rusher Blake Corum. Corum was dinged up in the first half and would eventually be taken to the locker room after spending time in the medical tent.

The running back was not initially spotted when play resumed in the second half, but he was eventually noticed. Unfortunately, Corum is no longer in uniform. Instead, he’s dressed in street clothes and also has a boot on his right foot/ankle.

That’s per a report from Angelique Chengelis with the Detroit News:

Hassan Haskins has performed well with 157 yards against the Hoosiers, but there’s no denying the duo of Corum and Haskins is what has made the offense so lethal. Corum entered the game leading the team with 774 rushing yards and was averaging 6 yards per carry.