ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says it was an “egregious” hit that injured Wilton Speight and that the facilities at Purdue weren’t sufficient to handle the Wolverines quarterback’s injury. “If I had a stronger word to use, I would use it,” Harbaugh said Monday afternoon. “With all the emphasis on protecting defenseless players, it appeared that the player knew what he was doing. He targeted the head. [Speight] was on the ground, and he accelerated.” Speight left Saturday’s win over the Boilermakers after he was sacked in the first quarter. After Speight took a hit from Boilermakers sophomore linebacker Markus Bailey, junior defensive tackle Eddie Wilson hit Speight in the head and neck area as he fell to the ground. Harbaugh said he was surprised that the play wasn’t flagged as a targeting personal foul. The coach said he planned to contact the Big Ten offices to lodge a complaint about the lack of a penalty. He also said…

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