ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan wide receiver Roy Roundtree says he's "100 percent" following surgery on his left knee.
Coach Brady Hoke says Roundtree practiced Sunday, and he doesn't anticipate any problems for the senior. No. 8 Michigan opens the season Saturday night against No. 2 Alabama in Arlington, Texas.
Roundtree needed knee surgery earlier this month, but was expected to play in the opener all along.
Hoke hasn't said whether running back Fitzgerald Toussaint, who was suspended because of a DUI charge, will play against Alabama.
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