Michigan QB Wilton Speight is ‘game-time’ decision vs. Indiana

The Michigan Wolverines’ playoff hopes took a hit last weekend when they were defeatedby the Iowa Hawkeyes on a last-second field goal. Now, they may have to dig deep this weekend without the team’s starting quarterback.

Starting quarterback Wilton Speight suffered a left shoulder injury in the loss to Iowa and now his status for this week’sgame against Indiana is up in the air.

According to Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, Speight will be a “game-time” decision.

Harabugh said Speight is a game-time decision. Will be about how Speight and doctors determine. O'Korn and Morris take early week snaps.

— Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) November 14, 2016

If Speight is unable to go, fifth-year senior John O’Korn will likely get the call.

This season, Speight has 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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