Michigan had the No. 7 rushing attack in the nation heading into their Saturday night matchup against the Indiana Hoosiers — it’s been a one-two punch between Blake Corum and Hassan Haskins. However, Corum left the game early against the Hoosiers, an injury initially ruled a lower leg injury.
Corum left early and never appeared back in, finishing the day with 1 carry for 4 yards. Late in the 3rd Quarter, Corum was spotted on the sideline in street clothes with a walking boot on.
Blake Corum watches from the sideline wearing a boot as yet another Michigan drive sputters in the red zone. Moody kicks another FG to put U-M up 23-7. pic.twitter.com/YbHL57KSn4— Daniel Dash (@DanielDash_) November 7, 2021
Upon Corum’s exit, Haskins became the bell-cow and had 27 carries, 168 yards, and 1 TD.
UPDATE 11:27 p.m. ET (Jim Harbaugh updates Corum’s status)
Jim Harbaugh says "we'll see on Blake Corum", doesn't think it's serious, "somewhere less than serious, we'll see"— Maize n Brew (@MaizenBrew) November 7, 2021
UPDATE 11:35 p.m. ET (Hassan Haskins described conversation with Corum)
Hassan Haskins said Blake Corum told him "he'll be back soon."— Maize n Brew (@MaizenBrew) November 7, 2021