Michigan Wolverines: Charley Molnar

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan’s somewhat revolving door on the defensive line looks like it will continue for at least another week.

Sophomore defensive end Brennen Beyer, who injured his knee during Michigan’s 31-25 win over Air Force, will likely miss the Wolverines’ game against Massachusetts on Saturday.

“I don’t think he’ll be available this week,” Michigan coach Brady Hoke said. “He tweaked the knee a little bit. Hopefully in two weeks.”

Beyer started the first two games of the season at rush end for Michigan and has made two tackles this season. He missed a good portion of the Wolverines’ game Saturday after being injured.

He was replaced in the lineup Saturday by Frank Clark, who had four tackles, two tackles for loss and a pass breakup. Freshman Mario Ojemudia has had four tackles and a half-tackle for loss in two games.

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