No one seems to know exactly what is going on with the health of Wilton Speight, thanks to conflicting reports.
Earlier this week, there were reports that the Michigan Wolverines starting quarterback will miss the remainder of the season with a broken collarbone. However, head coach Jim Harbaugh is singing a different tune.
According to Harbaugh, the junior signal-caller is “day-to-day” leading up to this weekend’s game against Indiana.
“We’ll see how he feels today, it’s really been a day-by-day thing. He’s progressing,” Harbaugh said, via mlive.com. “I know some people have said he’s out for the year and I have not heard that from the doctors. We’ll see how he is today. But that’s where we’re at, it’s a day-by-day thing right now.”
While there are conflicting reports regarding whether he will be able to play, what we do know is the injury is to his non-throwing shoulder. If Speights can’t go, the Wolverines offense falls on the shoulders of fifth-year senior John O’Korn.
This season, Speight started all ten games while throwing for 2,156 yards, 15 touchdowns and four touchdowns.
Kickoff betewen Michigan and Indiana is set for 3:30 p.m. ET in Ann Arbor. Live coverage will be available on ESPN and the WatchESPN app.
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