EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -Michigan running back Mike Hart and quarterback Chad Henne started Saturday against Michigan State after being sidelined with injuries.
Hart missed 2 1/2 games after appearing to injure his right ankle. Henne was out the previous week after hurting his right shoulder Oct. 20 at Illinois.
Both expected to play for the 15th-ranked Wolverines against the Spartans, but coach Lloyd Carr was noncommittal.
Hart ran for 8 yards on Michigan's first play and Henne later completed his first pass, but missed a wide-open receiver and a chance to score a touchdown on the drive.
On the second drive, Hart burst up the middle for 37 yards before Chad Henne threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Mario Manningham, giving the Wolverines a 7-3 lead.

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