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MADISON, Wis. (AP) Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters has been carted off the field with an injury in the third quarter of 19th-ranked Michigan's game Saturday against No. 5 Wisconsin.
Peters was pressured by linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel after throwing an incompletion on third-and-5 from the Michigan 30 with about 3 minutes left in the third. Wisconsin linebacker T.J. Edwards called for trainers from the Michigan sideline with Peters lying still on the ground.
Wolverine players took a knee while watching as trainers tended to Peters.
He stayed down for a couple minutes before sitting up on the field for a couple more minutes. Peters needed help to get on the cart.
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Updated November 18, 2017