Michigan Vs. UMass Injury Report: Stephen Hopkins And Desmond Morgan Are Questionable

Michigan fullback Stephen Hopkins and linebacker Desmond Morgan are questionable for Saturday's game against UMass, according to what Michigan coach Brady Hoke told Mark Snyder of the Detroit Free Press:

After citing the known ones, linebacker Brennen Beyer (knee) and tight end Brandon Moore (knee), he indicated fullback Stephen Hopkins and linebacker Desmond Morgan are questionable.

"Hop’s struggling a little bit with a hamstring, and Desmond’s got a little bit of a head problem, but we’ll see," Hoke said on today’s mgoblue.com walkthrough video.

Snyder also noted that Hoke said injured defensive backs Courtney Avery and Raymon Taylor will both play in the UMass game.

UMass comes into the game 0-2 and the team has been out-scored 82-6 in those two games. Michigan, which comes into the game at 1-1, opens as 45.5-point favorites.

Head over to Maize N Brew for more Michigan football coverage, and be sure to check out SB Nation's college football hub for more news from around the country.

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