Gophers coach Jerry Kill said Sunday that senior cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun will undergo an MRI exam for an injured knee.
"Briean’s one I’m concerned about," Kill said, while rattling off a list of injuries for the team that he called "a mile long."
Here's the rest of the injury report, or at least what's known:
Safety Damarius Travis (hamstring) will remain out for next Saturday's game at Northwestern.
Tight end Lincoln Plsek (back) remains out, and Kill reiterated today that he doesn't think Plsek will return this season.
Left tackle Ben Lauer has a broken hand to go with his injured knee and did not dress against Ohio.
Left guard Jon Christenson is making progress from knee surgery. Kill said the senior could return in 2-3 weeks.
Wide receiver Drew Wolitarsky and safety Antonio Johnson both suffered concussions against Ohio. They're questionable for the Northwestern game and Kill said it will depend on the next five or six days.
Cornerback KiAnte Hardin injured an ankle against Ohio.
Linebacker Cody Poock injured his ribs against Ohio. Kill said he's got a chance to play at Northwestern.
"I think they’ve all got a chance, but I don’t know about this week," Kill said.
Kill appreciated left tackle Jonah Pirsig playing through his shoulder injury against Ohio, as it allowed the starting offensive line to stay together most of the game. And Joe Bjorklund is gaining endurance as he fills in for Christenson at left guard.