Michigan's Threet could miss Minnesota game

Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg

Michigan starting quarterback Steven Threet hasn't practiced this week and could miss Saturday's game at Minnesota (ESPN, noon ET) because of lingering concussion symptoms.

Head coach Rich Rodriguez called Threet "very, very questionable" for the game. Threet's absence could create more problems for a Wolverines offense that finally showed a pulse last week at Purdue.

Sophomore Nick Sheridan would start if Threet can't play, but freshman Justin Feagin also could be in the mix. Threet has started the last eight games for Michigan.