By: Nick Shepkowski
Twitter - @Shep670
We're aware Michigan looked awfully good against Connecticut on Saturday as they racked up an impressive 30-10 win. They didn't however get out of the game without a few significant injuries.
Roy Roundtree, Michigan's leading receiver a year ago (32 rec, 434 yds, 3 td - all led team) has internal bruises after absorbing a big hit in the third quarter Saturday and is currently said to be doubtful from Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez.
Safety/Linebacker Carvin Johnson will most likely miss Saturday's game after spraining his knee, further weakening the Michigan secondary.
The Wolverines also lost veteran and projected starting cornerback Troy Woolfork in an August practice to a broken leg. He was expected to be the leader of Michigan's secondary in 2010.
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