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Michigan Football Suffers Awful Spring Injury

The Michigan football team suffered an awful injury when starting safety Rod Moore went down on a non-contact drill over the weekend during spring football. Early reports say Moore suffered a torn ACL. If that’s the case, that would require a 9-12 month recovery period so Moore is likely out for the season. A Wolverine defense that expects to lose up to 8 players in next month’s NFL draft, was counting on Moore and his experience to lead Michigan. We will explore what this means moving forward for the Michigan football team. Regardless of Moore and his status, he will forever been known for his game-clinching interception vs Kyle McCord and Ohio State in the 2023 season finale.


In more Michigan football news, tune in to find out what running back Donovan Edwards says about new running backs coach Tony Alford. (He was the one who just left the Ohio State football program to join the Wolverines). His answer might surprise you. We also learned that the Michigan spring game on April 20th will air nationally on FOX TV.

Yesterday we discussed the Penn State football program’s progress this spring. In a follow-up there may be an freshman playing on the Nittany Lions offense this season! #WeAre!

Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz discusses the pros and cons of the transfer portal following offensive lineman Kayden Proctor and his sudden departure. Also, find out why PJ Fleck will not have a traditional spring football game for Minnesota football fans.

Plus we show our weekly power rankings. This time it is men’s basketball home court advantages throughout the Big 10. It’s all right here on Locked on Big 10!

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