ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Michigan's Mike Hart and Chad Henne did not play because of injuries Saturday against Minnesota.
Hart has missed 2 1/2 games since appearing to injure his right ankle. Henne was on and off the field in last week's win at Illinois with an unknown injury.
The No. 19 Wolverines might've kept the senior stars off the field against the lowly Golden Gophers to rest them for the final three games of the regular season: at Michigan State, at Wisconsin and against top-ranked Ohio State at home.
Sophomore Carlos Brown replaced Hart and freshman Ryan Mallett played for Henne in the starting lineup.

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