Corum was performing charity work on Sunday, using his zero cash to donate Thanksgiving turkeys to families in Ypsilanti, Michigan. When asked about his injured knee, Corum said, for every Detroit NewsAngelique Chinglis“It’s good. I’ll be fine. I’ll be back later.”
Although he hasn’t set a date for his return, the Wolverine faithful are certainly hoping he can file a lawsuit this Saturday in Columbus against the Buckeyes. The winner will earn the Big Ten East, a spot in the conference championship game and get one step closer to making the College Football Playoff.
Corum is the most influential player on the Wolverines offense, as Michigan has yet to show the ability to put together a consistent passing game with JJ McCarthy and his wide receiver group.
Before leaving Saturday’s win with an injury, Corum carried the ball 18 times for 108 yards and a touchdown, while adding two receptions for 39 yards in the passing game.
On the season, the junior running back rushed for 1,457 yards and 18 touchdowns for the Wolverines.
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