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Thomas Rawls (No. 38) was taken off the field after opening kickoff. He may have suffered a leg injury.
Thomas Rawls hasn't seen much action this year. For one reason or another, Rawls, who averaged a touchdown once per every 14.25 touches in 2012, hasn't received the snaps that some thought he had earned.
This year, the junior has three carries for 12 yards and a touchdown. He did it Week 1 and hasn't been heard from since, other than on special teams.
He was hurt on the opening kickoff and appeared to injury his right leg, according to Angelique Chengelis of The Detroit News.
Rawls isn't the only guy on the team not getting playing time. He's one of many unsung contributors who makes Michigan football go round. Losing him won't necessarily impact the team's plans on offense, but it decreases depth at running back, which could come back to haunt the Wolverines down the road.
The severity of Rawls' injury has yet to be reported.
Per Chengilis' Twitter feeds during the game, Desmond Morgan and James Ross also required attention at some point during the loss.
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