Michigan assistant coach Hart drove the backboard off the field

through: The Associated Press



BLOOMINGTON, Indiana (AP) — Michigan running game coordinator Mike Hart was carted off the field on a backboard in the first quarter of Saturday’s game in Indiana and taken to a hospital for an evaluation.

It was unclear what happened to Hart and a team spokesman said there was no update on Hart’s condition. He gave a thumbs-up sign before exiting the stadium.

Hart landed after Indiana scored an extra point to tie the score at 7 with 4:57 in the quarter. Michigan’s players vacated the bench and spread across the field, many falling to one knee. Several Michigan coaches, including head coach Jim Harbaugh, stood nearby as coaches worked on Hart.

Hoosiers coach Tom Allen also walked the field to see Hart, who previously served on the Indiana coaching staff.

Hart rushed for more than 5,000 yards in Michigan and is still the career rushing leader for the fourth-ranked Wolverines. He also played professionally for the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts.

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Dais Johnston

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