Michigan's Taylor Lewan leaves game with left leg injury

Jim Rogash

The Michigan offense could be in trouble if their top lineman's leg injury is serious.

Michigan left tackle Taylor Lewan has left Michigan's game against Penn State with what seems to be a left leg injury. Lewan was blocking a man when Penn State defensive end Deion Barnes was blocked into him, making contact with his left leg. He was down on the field for a minute before walking off on his own power, and came back into the game for a series. However, he has since gone back to the locker room, and his status for the rest of the game is uncertain.

Lewan is considered by many as one of the top offensive linemen in the country, and an extended absence would be a massive loss for the Wolverine offense. He's also considered one of the top offensive line prospects for the upcoming NFL Draft, so a major injury could end up costing him a lot of money.

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