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Published: Monday, 10/5/2009

Loss still rankles UM's Rodriguez


ANN ARBOR - Displeased with his team in an overtime loss at Michigan State, Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez went against the norm and did not name offensive or defensive players of the game. Jason Olesnavage, who made two field goals, was named special teams player of the game.

No significant injuries occurred to Michigan players Saturday at Michigan State, coach Rich Rodriguez said Monday.

Rodriguez said quarterback Tate Forcier (shoulder) will be limited in Monday's practice but should have no restrictions the rest of the week as the Wolverines prepare for a road game against No. 12 Iowa on Saturday night.

Iowa, 5-0 for the first time since 1995, are ranked near the top of virtually every Big Ten defensive statistic.

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