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The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 0

Despite injury, Hart
returns to boost 'M'

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By KEVIN WRIGHT
Daily Sports Editor
EAST LANSING - After a six-
yard run late in the second quar-
ter, Mike Hart got up from the pile
and immediately N
limped to the NOTEBOOK
Michigan side-
line.
But that wasn't the end to the
senior captain's influence on the
game.
The Heisman hopeful had
already given the Wolverines a
boost in the first half with two
20-plus yard runs, and when he
returned, he recovered a key fum-
ble late in the fourth quarter.
Seeing his first game action
since injuring his ankle against
Purdue, Hart said the gameplan
called for him to come in and out of
the game, instead of carrying the
backfield workload.
"It feels a lot better than
when I first hurt it," Hart said.
"Like I said, it's not like I injured
myself more today, it just takes
time."
Still, to Michigan fans watching
Hart favor his injured ankle on the
way to sideline, seeing him return
seemed unlikely if not improbable.

Hart finished the day with just
15 carries, the lowest of any game
he's played this season, but that
didn't stop him from breaking the
century mark for the eighth time
this season.
Hart ran for 110 yards, and, in
the first quarter, he even showed
some flashes of speed when he
broke off a 37-yard run down the
sideline to set up the Wolverines'
first score.
More important, he said he's no
longer injured, and his teammates
believe he'll finish the year on the
field, not the sidelines.
"He played through a lot of pain
and got some great runs in there,"
senior quarterback Chad Henne
said. "He'll be back next week,
believe me. I know he's in a little
bit of pain, but he has a week to
recoup and he'll be back."
FRESH FACES IN NEW PLACES:
Saturday saw another parade of
reserve players on the field during
key situations because of another
round of injuries.
Starting safety Brandent Engle-
mon left the game with an undis-
closed injury in the third quarter,
and while he was on the sideline,
both fifth-year seniorAnton Camp-
bell and sophomore Stevie Brown

stepped into the vacated spot.
Campbell, who moved to safety
after redshirtinghis freshman sea-
son, played in the goalline defense.
Brown played the rest of the snaps
Englemon missed.
Englemon said he'llbe back next
week, but another partial injury
almost cost the Wolverines the
game.
On Michigan's first play after
Michigan State extended its leadto
10, Henne heard his ankle crackle
when right tackle Stephen Schil-
ling stepped on it. Henne could
barely make it back to the huddle,
and backup Ryan Mallett ran onto
the field to replace him.
Mallett's first and only play in
the game was saved by Hart, who
made the play's first mistake. Hart
didn't see the Spartan blitz off the
left edge, and when Mallett was
hit, the freshman signal caller lost
the ball. It bounced straight to
Hart, who gained a first down on
the ensuing run.
"I saw him get sacked because
I didn't scan all the way back the
way I was supposed to (during the
play), so I wanted to get my man
and he got hit," Hart said. "The
ball dropped on the ground so I
picked it up."

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Henne returned to the game on
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NOTES: With 211 passing yards
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the Michigan career passing yards
record. Former quarterback John
Navarre currently holds the record
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this season. BOTTOM: Safety Brandent Englemon said he will return next week.

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