Michigan Football’s Mackey Award-winning tight end Jake Butt will go down as one of the better players in program history, but he leaves the program on a sour note after the Orange Bowl.
Butt left the game early in the game with a knee injury, which is featured to be a torn ACL or MCL, head coach Jim Harbaugh said after the game.
There is certainly an NFL future in store for the Wolverines’ tight end, but his stock likely takes a bit of a blow. This is the second big-time knee injury that he has suffered in his college career.
Butt finished with 43 catches for 518 yards and four touchdowns in his senior season at Michigan.
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