Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Michigan: Injury Report


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The Minnesota Golden Gophers (4-3) will welcome the Michigan Wolverines (5-2) to TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday night, after both teams had a week off to recover from bad losses.

Here’s the injury report for each team.


CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun (knee)-Probable
OL Josh Campion (Concussion)-Out
S Damarius Travis (Hamstring)-Out
C Brian Bobek (Undisclosed)-Out
LB Cody Poock (Undisclosed)-Questionable
TE Duke Anyanwu (Knee)-Probable
DT Scott Ekpe (Undisclosed)-Questionable
WR Jeff Jones (Undisclosed)-Out


Interim head coach Tracy Claeys said Boddy-Calhoun is nearly “full speed.” The senior cornerback was limited against Nebraska two weeks ago, and missed the two games prior to that.

Anyanwu is an interesting addition to the depth chart for Minnesota, since he has yet to play this season.

Poock is dealing with an undisclosed injury, and he has been replaced as starting middle linebacker by Jon Celestin. Poock is listed as backup outside linebacker on this week’s depth chart.

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RB Drake Johnson (Knee)-Probable
WR Brian Cole (Undisclosed)-Out


Johnson is expected to play on Saturday, but he has fallen down the depth chart for the Wolverines in recent games.

Cole looks certain to miss another game. He has yet to play a game during Michigan’s Big Ten schedule this season.