Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock sprained the AC joint in his non-throwing shoulder but should be healthy enough to play in the Wolverines' bowl game, according to a source with knowledge of the injury.
Rudock left Saturday's game against Ohio State in the fourth quarter after being driven to the turf by Buckeyes defensive end Joey Bosa. Coach Jim Harbaugh said Rudock injured the joint, which connects the collarbone and the shoulder blade, but he wasn't sure how serious the injury was immediately after the game.
Rudock threw for 263 yards before leaving the game. That was enough to pass Harbaugh, a former Wolverines quarterback, for fifth in single-season passing yards in program history. The graduate transfer finished the regular season with 2,739 passing yards and 17 touchdowns. He should be able to add to that total in Michigan's bowl game.