Minnesota running back Trey Potts was discharged from an Indiana hospital and is headed back to rejoin the team, according to a report from Twin Cities.com.

According to Andy Greder, Potts was in the hospital for six days after sustaining an upper-body injury during Minnesota’s 20-13 victory over Purdue last Saturday.

The 5-foot-11, 210 lb. Potts took on the starting role after B1G RB of the Year Mo Ibrahim sustained an Achilles injury. So far this season, Potts has amassed 112 carries for 552 yards and 6 touchdowns. Last season, Potts recorded 121 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

True freshman Mar’Keise Irving is the new backup and has tallied 112 yards on 25 carries.

Minnesota is currently 3-2 after the win at Purdue. Minnesota’s other two wins came vs. Miami (OH) and at Colorado. Minnesota has lost to Ohio State and Bowling Green this season.

Minnesota is on a bye this week and will return to action on Oct. 16 (Noon EST/ESPN2) when they host Nebraska.