mgoblog.com is reporting that starting quarter back Wilton Speight will miss Michigan's final two game of the regular season with a broken collarbone suffered against Iowa on Saturday.

Michigan head football coach Jim Haubaugh said there is a chance that Speight may return in time for bowl season, he was originally ruled a game-time decision.

The junior quarterback threw 15 passing touchdowns and over 2100 passing yards leading the Wolverines to a 9-1 record this season.

Shane Morris and John O'Korn are expected to share snaps this week as they prepare for Indiana this weekend.

The Wolverines play Indiana this week and then a top-ranked Ohio State team in Columbus the following week.