Michigan has issued its official injury report for Saturday's road game at Notre Dame (NBC, 3:30 p.m. ET).
Offensive lineman John Ferrara, hand
Safety-linebacker Carvin Johnson, knee
Safety Jared Van Slyke, clavicle (out for season)
Running back Fitzgerald Toussaint, knee
Cornerback Troy Woolfolk, ankle (likely out for season)
DOUBTFUL (25 percent chance of playing)
Wide receiver Junior Hemingway (hamstring)
PROBABLE (75 percent chance of playing)
Wide receiver Roy Roundtree (internal bruising)
Although there are more names on the "out" list than anticipated, Roundtree's status has been upgraded from doubtful earlier in the week. His presence could be key against Notre Dame, especially if the Irish crowd the box and force Denard Robinson to pass the ball. Johnson started in the opener, but left Michigan Stadium with a brace on his knee. Coach Rich Rodriguez said redshirt freshman Thomas Gordon or sophomore Floyd Simmons will step in for Johnson.