Michigan will have its starting quarterback for its season-finale on Jan. 1.
Michigan fifth-year senior Jake Rudock told reporters Tuesday night that he’ll be ready to play in the Citrus Bowl against Florida in two and a half weeks after suffering a left shoulder injury in the regular-season finale against Ohio State late last month.
After practice Tuesday, Rudock said he has no limitations and is currently doing everything he would normally do.
Rudock was knocked out of the Ohio State game Nov. 28 after taking a vicious hit from Buckeye defensive end Joey Bosa — who happens to be Rudock’s former high school teammate.
By: Mike Plourde – for Great Lakes Radio Sports