ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Ryan Glasgow missed his last four games of his junior season due to a pectoral muscle tear he suffered in his chest during U-M's 49-16 win against Rutgers on Nov. 7, 2015. Now heading into his senior year as a Wolverine, Glasgow says he's 95-percent healthy and could play today if asked. Well, the good thing is Glasgow still has a few months to go till Michigan opens its season with Hawaii on Sept. 3.
Glasgow says he's ready to go
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