Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh believes that Jeremy Clark will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL. The cornerback went down with an injury in Michigan’s 49-10 win over Penn State.
“Today was a heck of a good win and there was improvement and it really felt good for a lot of players,” Harbaugh said. “I thought our line was good on both sides, the offensive and defensive line, the quarterback, the running backs, the secondary, a lot of good football being played. Good to see Jourdan Lewis back, good to see Taco [Charlton] back.
“This would be an A++ day if it weren't for... Sad right now about Jeremy Clark. I don’t think we are going to be able to dodge a bullet with that one. That’s got everyone in the locker room a little sad right now.”
Regarding the injury, Harbaugh mentioned that it is an ACL tear and that Clark could be out for the remainder of the season.
“We think it’s a season-ender,” the Michigan coach said. “We think it’s an ACL. We will know more tonight.”
Harbaugh did not mention anyone else that sustained a significant victory against Penn State.