Michigan Wide Receiver Out For Rest Of The Season


The Michigan Wolverines notched a pretty easy win over Western Michigan in Week 1. But it came at a pretty high cost as one of their star wide receivers suffered a season-ending injury.

According to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren, Michigan wide receiver Ronnie Bell is officially out for the season. Bell suffered a knee injury against Western Michigan. He left the game after recording one reception – a 76-yard touchdown in the second quarter from Cade McNamara.

It’s a pretty huge loss for the Wolverines given how productive Bell has been. Bell has led Michigan in receptions and receiving yards in each of the last two seasons.

Michigan fans are already in the comments section, lamenting the loss of their star receiver. They’re sharing well-wishes and hope he can return soon.

“I feel so bad for the kid. It looked like he was on his way to have a special, special season,” one fan replied.

“Ya feel for him cuz he put in so much work, plays his ass off, this was gonna be his breakout season. Hope he gets back soon,” wrote another.

“Prayers up for him. He’s a great one. I don’t wish this upon anyone,” a third fan said.

Losing Ronnie Bell is a pretty big setup for Michigan ahead of their big game against Washington this weekend. Hopefully they have someone who can fill the void. Because it’s a pretty big void that needs filling right now.


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