David Molk Injury: Michigan's Center Hurt During Pre-Game Warmups

Bad news for the Michigan Wolverines before the Sugar Bowl even kicked off -- their starting center David Molk was injured during pre-game warmups and did not play the first series. Redshirt junior Rocko Khoury started in his stead and Michigan went three-and-out after a couple suspect snaps.

The extent of Molk's injury is unknown, but ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe said that Molk was having trouble pushing off during warmups and he is walking with a limp on the sidelines.

Molk was named this year's Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year, is an All-American first teamer, and the recipient of the Rimington Trophy, which is awarded annually to the best center in college football.


Related: Michigan's David Molk Wins Rimington Trophy

We'll keep you posted on this big injury as more info becomes available.

For more on the Wolverines, be sure to head over to the SB Nation blog Maize 'N Brew. Check out Gobbler Country for everything Hokies. Head over to the official site of the Allstate Sugar Bowl for more info on this year's game.

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