Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh calls out ESPN’s Ed Cunningham over speculation about Jourdan Lewis
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh isn’t happy about a comment that Jourdan Lewis may have missed Saturday’s game due to a discipline issue.
ESPN‘s Ed Cunningham, apparently unaware of Lewis being banged up, suggested Lewis may have been out for the game with a suspension. On Monday, Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh defended Lewis and called out Cunningham.
Harbaugh: Ed Cunningham got way out over his skis on (Lewis) "suspension"… Few if any better than Jourdan Lewis' character
— Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) September 5, 2016
Harbaugh has said Lewis was close to playing against Hawaii, saying he’s healed but that he decided to keep him out.
Also, in more injury news, it seems Michigan will have to wait until at least the third week to see DE Taco Charlton (left ankle) and DT Bryan Mone on the field.
While speaking at Monday’s press conference, Harbaugh said he doesn’t have an update for how long the two will be out, but he added he doesn’t think they’ll play this Saturday when the Wolverines play UCF.
Jim Harbaugh on Bryan Mone, Taco Charlton: I don’t have an update for how long they’ll be out, but don’t anticipate them to play this wknd.
— Rachel Lenzi (@RLenziAJC) September 5, 2016