Michigan’s tough luck with preseason camp injuries isn’t getting any better.
The most significant injury for the Wolverines thus far has been Roy Roundtree‘s knee. The receiver had arthroscopic knee surgery, but should be recovered in time for the season-opening game. Last week, defensive tackle Ondre Pipkins suffered a neck injury that looked far more serious than it actually was.
Unfortunately for U-M’s O-line, though, the leg injury to guard Chris Bryant is as bad as it sounds. A fractured tibia will keep the him out for the season. Additionally, linebacker Kaleb Ringer will redshirt following season-ending knee surgery.
Neither was expected to play as big a role as Roundtree or Pipkins this season, but it does put a slight dent in each position’s depth.
Ringer was a three-star member of Michigan’s 2012 class.
(Hat tip: Detroit Free Press)