Michigan expects sophomore defensive end Frank Clark to play Saturday vs. Minnesota
ANN ARBOR -- Michigan football coach Brady Hoke said that injured sophomore defensive end Frank Clark should be available Saturday when Michigan travels to Minnesota.
Clark did not travel to Nebraska this past weekend for the Wolverines' 23-9 loss to the Cornhuskers due to an ankle injury.
The sophomore defensive end did practice Sunday with the team, Hoke said, and isn't expected to miss any further time.
Clark has made 11 tackles, three for a loss, in six games played this season.
In other injury news, Hoke said he doesn't expect freshman defensive end Mario Ojemudia to miss any time after appearing to miss some game action with an injury Saturday at Nebraska.
Hoke confirmed Ojemudia did get banged up during the game, but wouldn't specify the nature of the injury.
Ojemudia has 10 tackles and a sack this season for the Wolverines.
Michigan travels to Minnesota on Saturday (12 p.m., Big Ten Network).