Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez lists starting wide receiver Martavious Odoms (shoulder) and starting defensive end Brandon Graham (leg infection) as questionable for Saturday's nonleague matchup with Toledo. Odoms, who leads the team in both receptions (23) and receiving yards (253), will be very limited in practice today, and Rodriguez likely will determine his playing status Wednesday.
Linebacker Austin Panter, who started the season opener at strong-side backer and has six tackles this season, will miss the Toledo game with a shoulder injury.
Wide receiver Junior Hemingway will miss several more weeks with mono, but starting tackle Perry Dorrestein should be fine after sustaining a head injury against Illinois.
"He's going to practice," Rodriguez said today, "but we won't bang him a lot. There are no lingering systems issues. He's going to be fine."