Michigan starting right tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty has elected not to play in the Peach Bowl on Saturday, it was revealed this morning.
A fifth-year senior, Bushell-Beatty missed the Ohio State game with an injury suffered the previous week against Indiana. He is the fourth Michigan draft-eligible player who will not play in the bowl game.
The other three are linebacker Devin Bush, defensive end Rashan Gary and running back Karan Higdon.
In Bushell-Beatty's place, Andrew Stueber and Jalen Mayfield are seeing additional work, per the Detroit Free Press' Nick Baumgardner. Stueber started in place of Bushell-Beatty against Ohio State.
Bushell-Beatty was an honorable mention All-Big Ten pick this season. He took over as a starter on the offensive line in 2016, replacing Grant Newsome.
Michigan and Florida will kick off at noon ET on Saturday from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN.