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UPDATE: Most Michigan stars return vs. Penn State, one offensive starter out

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The Wolverines appear to be full strength — at least travel-wise — ahead of the game at Penn State.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 20 Michigan at Michigan State Photo by Adam Ruff/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Michigan football appears to be barreling toward full-strength ahead of the Saturday night showdown at Penn State. According to WolverinesWire, wide receiver Nico Collins, cornerback Lavert Hill, tight end Erick All, tight end Sean McKeon, quarterback Dylan McCaffrey and defensive end Kwity Paye are all present and accounted for in Happy Valley.

Collins, Hill and Hill did not travel with the team to Illinois last week for the team’s 42-25 win over the Illini, all of which seemed precautionary ahead of this week’s game, which is not much of a surprise. McKeon, McCaffrey and Paye traveled last week, but the latter two did not play despite suiting up.

UPDATE: Most of these guys warmed up and will play tonight. McKeon and linebacker Josh Ross, the latter of which did not make the trip, will not play.

We will have to wait and see who warms up, and even then it can be taken with a grain of salt given the guys who dressed last week, but Michigan has the reinforcements it might need to try and pull off the upset of the seventh-ranked Nittany Lions. The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC.