Michigan cornerback Troy Woolfolk out for season

August 26, 2010

Michigan cornerback Troy Woolfolk underwent surgery on his dislocated ankle and will miss the season, according to a report on the school's Web site. Woolfolk will have a year of eligibility remaining and could be back for 2011.

"He's got quite a bit of rehabilitation ahead, but they don't see any reason he can't be 100 percent this time next year," coach Rich Rodriguez said on the Web site. In Woolfolk's absence, Rodriguez said as many as five true freshmen could see playing time.

•South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said the school won't protest any potential penalties levied against it by the NCAA if it finds some of the Gamecocks committed violations. … Oklahoma freshman running back Roy Finch has a hairline fracture in his ankle and could miss the first half of the season. … Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett was granted permission to leave the state of Ohio to try out for the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL. Clarett needed permission under terms of his probation.

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