Michigan lost its starting quarterback on this monster hit from Ohio State's Joey Bosa

Insult to injury.

That is the only way to describe the play above, as the Ohio State Buckeyes were already leading the Michigan Wolverines by a 35-13 margin in the second half before it even happened. Michigan QB Jake Rudock dropped back to pass in an effort to lead the Wolverines on a last-stitch comeback, but in one fell swoop, the best pass-rusher in the country, Joey Bosa, ended any thought of that.

Following this hit, Rudock was removed from the game and shown in obvious pain on the sideline, with speculation ramping up that he suffered a serious shoulder or collarbone injury. Michigan went to backup Wilton Speight to replace Rudock, but at a point in the game when the result was not in any doubt, Wolverines fans turned to hoping that the fifth-year senior quarterback's injury was not as dire as it appeared.

Things did not go well for Michigan on Saturday, and a Rudock injury would make a bad day worse.