Michigan football starting lineman OUT vs. Colorado State

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Jim Harbaugh has told the media that this has been one of the healthiest camps that he has been around during his coaching career and other than linebacker Nikhai Hill-Green, there wasn’t much talk about any other player missing the game against Colorado State.

But something has transpired with one of the Joe Moore Award starting offensive linemen.

During warmups, before the game against the Rams, starting left tackle Ryan Hayes has been spotted in street clothes and will miss the game.

It does appear that Karsen Barnhart is running with the starters during warmups and he will most likely get the start. Barnhart is sort of a hybrid lineman who he can play any position on the line, save for center. So Michigan should be in good hands with Barnhart against Colorado State.

The injury to Hayes is unknown, but we will continue to keep you updated when we know something.

Jon Jansen tweeted that Hayes is being held out for precautionary reasons.

The only other player that appears to be missing the game on Saturday is linebacker Nikhai Hill-Green.

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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire