Michigan quarterback coach Mike Hart released a statement Monday saying he’s back in Ann Arbor and that his health is heading in a positive direction.
Hart suffered what was reported as a seizure on the sideline in the first quarter of a Michigan game against Indiana. He was put on a stretcher, removed from the field, and taken to hospital overnight for evaluation.
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At that time, Michigan was in decline Blake Corum And the Donovan Edwards She was visibly emotional while in Hart’s presence. Indiana coaches took to the field to check on Hart, who coached the Hoosiers from 2017 to 2020 before joining Michigan, where he played football.
As a player, Hart rushed for more than 5,000 yards and remains a fast leader in the Wolverines IV career.
Hart, 36, was alert and mobile when he was taken off the field and reached out to the team in the first half to tell them he was doing well. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh commented on Hart’s situation after the game, saying he was in stable condition.
“He will be staying overnight in Bloomington for constant observation. Mike is a strong man and a lot of prayer goes his way… It really sets the record straight,” Harbow said after the match. “Right now, everyone’s thoughts were with Mike. It was me and everyone around us was getting the care he needed…the most important thing was his health at the time.”
In Hart’s statement, he said he is looking forward to joining the team soon, but it is not known at this time when he will be back with the team or what his exact prognosis will be.
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