UM's Ryan Glasgow out against Indiana

Angelique S. Chengelis
The Detroit News
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh chats with punter Blake O'Neill before Saturday's game at Indiana.

Bloomington, Ind. – Michigan, not unexpectedly, will be without starting nose tackle Ryan Glasgow for the Wolverines game at Indiana today.

Glasgow injured his left shoulder in the Rutgers game last week, and at the time, coach Jim Harbaugh said he hoped it was a strain and not a tear. Harbaugh did not offer an update on Glasgow's status all week.

But Glasgow was seen entering Schembechler Hall on Wednesday before practice with his left arm in a sling.

To help shore up the defense, Henry Poggi, a former defensive lineman who moved to tight end, and Tom Strobel, an offensive/defensive lineman, warmed up with the defense before the Indiana game and are expected to play on defense.

Also, Drake Harris and Ty Isaac did not make the trip to IU. Isaac was off the depth chart for "internal matters" according to Harbaugh the week of the Rutgers game. Isaac, a backup tailback, returned to the depth chart this week.