Molk injured, but enters for second series

January, 3, 2012
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NEW ORLEANS -- Michigan center David Molk, the Rimington Trophy winner this season, did not start the Allstate Sugar Bowl due to a foot injury, but he entered the game for the Wolverines' second series.

Molk injured the foot in warmups.

It clearly affected Michigan early. Rocko Khoury started in Molk's place. The Wolverines had two shotgun snaps fumbled by quarterback Denard Robinson on the first drive.

Michael Rothstein | email

ESPN Detroit Lions reporter

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