Michigan’s Taco Charlton might be back sooner than later
After injuring his ankle in the first game of the season, there was no timetable given by Jim Harbaugh for Michigan defensive lineman Taco Charlton’s return, giving an impression his injury could be somewhat serious.
However, according to Chris Balas of The Wolverine, Charlton could be back sooner rather than later.
Taco Charlton spotted on campus this morning walking without crutches, without a limp after hurting ankle Saturday. pic.twitter.com/sWrmlYBeyt
— Chris Balas (@Balas_Wolverine) September 6, 2016
In his Monday press conference, Harbaugh said he expects Charlton, along with fellow defensive tackle Byran Mone, to miss next week’s upcoming game against Central Florida.
Charlton left Michigan’s game against Hawaii late in the first half, and was ruled out for the rest of the game in the second half.
However Charlton’s ankle is feeling Tuesday, he might be feeling a little weirded out due to the report.
Lmao how does this get out like I've only been to one class https://t.co/T8mccRKXlc
— Taco Charlton (@TheSupremeTaco) September 6, 2016