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Michigan coach talks about his team's performance in the 20-17 comeback victory. Angelique S. Chengelis, The Detroit News

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Ann Arbor — Whether starting defensive end Rashan Gary and running back Chris Evans will be available for Saturday's game against Maryland is unclear.

"No updates this morning," Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday.

Later Monday during his weekly radio show, Harbaugh said Gary and Evans are "questionable" for Saturday's game, adding he doesn't have a crystal ball to determine their availability.

Evans has missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury, and Gary appeared to suffer an injury to his right shoulder/arm during the game at Northwestern last Saturday.

Harbaugh also said he hasn’t yet received an explanation from the Big Ten on the controversial holding call against running back Karan Higdon during the win over Northwestern.

The call negated a 20-yard run by quarterback Shea Patterson.

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