Found September 09, 2013 on Gamedayr:
Current Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner wore No. 98 against Notre Dame to honor Tom Harmon. Check out how similar they look in this photo.

Big Ten Football: Week 2 rewind

My Record-  11-1 in Week two and 22-2 overall.  My best pick was Illinois beating Cincinnati 30-24 and they actually did 45-17.  My worst was Indiana beating Navy.  As wrapped up as I get in IU’s offense, their defense is three kinds of awful. Michigan State-21 South Florida-6….CORRECT….After two games in the season your defense should not be doubling the scoring output...

Michigan puts QB Gardner in Harmon's 98 jersey

Michigan has unretired Tom Harmon's No. 98 jersey and allowed quarterback Devin Gardner to wear it. Gardner wore No. 98 - with a Michigan Football Legend patch - Saturday night for the 17th-ranked Wolverines against No. 14 Notre Dame. Harmon became Michigan's first Heisman Trophy winner in 1940. He ran for 2,134 yards, connected on 100 passes for 1,304 yards and 16 touchdowns...

Devin Gardner To Switch To No. 98 In Honor Of Former Michigan Great Tom Harmon

Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner will be switching numbers ahead of the big matchup tonight against Notre Dame. Gardner will be donning No. 98 to honor the newest Michigan Football “legend” Tom Harmon, whose son, Mark, of NCIS fame, was on hand to celebrate the occasion. Devin Gardner will now wear No. 98 in honor of Tom Harmon, “Michigan Football Legend”: pic.twitter...

VIDEO: Devin Gardner throws INT in the end zone after trying to avoid the safety

Looking to protect a then 14 lead in the fourth quarter, Michigan QB Devin Gardner made a huge blunder running into his own end zone. But not only did he run into his own end zone he ended up throwing the ball away to Notre Dame defensive lineman Stephon Tuitt who made a diving catch […]

Gardner lifts Michigan over Irish

Devin Gardner threw four touchdown passes, including a victory-sealing connection to Drew Dileo with 4:18 left, and the dual-threat quarterback wearing No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon ran for a score to lead No. 17 Michigan to a 41-30 win over No. 14 Notre Dame on Saturday night in front of an NCAA-record crowd of 115,109.

House of Horrors

Led by quarterback Devin Gardner, Michigan carved up Notre Dame's touted defense in 41-30 track meet.

Notre Dame/Michigan Game Produced Two Bizarre Interceptions

The first one happened with Michigan with ball and complete control of the game. Devin Gardner of Michigan made what might be one of the worst plays in the history of college football. Lucky for him that the Wolverines won this game and this play can now be laughed at.... The second was from Tommy Rees and Notre Dame. With the Wolverines up 11 points last in the fourth...

No. 14 Notre Dame loses 41-30 to No. 17 Michigan

Tommy Rees took it on himself. He couldn't outplay Devin Gardner, and the Notre Dame defense couldn't stop the Michigan quarterback. Gardner, wearing No. 98 to honor Michigan great Tom Harmon, threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score to lead No. 17 Michigan to a 41-30 win over No. 14 Notre Dame in front of an NCAA-record crowd of 115,109. Rees threw the first of...

Post Game: Gardner/Gallon Talk Win Over ND

VIDEO: Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner and wide receiver Jeremy Gallon take to the podium to discuss the Wolverines win over Notre Dame Saturday night. Gardner also talks about wearing Tom Harmon's No. 98.

GBW Radio Hour - Segment 2 (Video)

VIDEO: In part two of Sunday's GoBlueWolverine Radio Hour, Sam Webb is joined by former Michigan football players Stan Edwards, Marcus Ray and Doug James to discuss Devin Gardner's big mistake, the Michigan pass rush issues, standout tackling on the outside, and more in the Wolverines 41-30 win over Notre Dame.

What Did We Learn in Week 2?

Devin Gardner has opened eyes as Michigan's quartreback after beating Notre Dame. Photo: USA Today Sports It was a bit of a wild week two in the college football season, with upsets and statements taking place from coast to coast. To summarize some of the more important lessons, our Josh Parcell is back to recap what we should have learned this weekend. 1. Michigan upgraded...

Your Overly Simplified National College Football Recap: Week 2

Sometimes people need a simplified version. There weren’t a ton of major matchups in week 2 of the college football season, but we did learn a few important things: Miami is relevant, Devin Gardner isn’t bad, and Texas isn’t as good as everyone expected. Shocker. Oh, and ESPN should hire Eminem full-time. Here’s your overly simplified week 2 recap: Arizona State won 55-0...

Scouting Notebook: Miami’s Morris and Michigan’s Gardner Have Feature Games, and Top 10

  Just that quickly, we’re now two weeks into college football season, seeing some of the best passers in the country get their feature wins in Stephen Morris and Devin Gardner. Morris certainly wowed with his natural talents, but still has some decision making issues he’ll need to address. And Gardner’s game against Notre Dame was a good indicator for what the Michigan...

Video: Michigan’s Jeremy Gallon Scores 61-Yard TD On Nifty Spin Move

Michigan is off to a hot start at the Big House. The Wolverines have taken a 10-0 lead after Devin Gardner connected with wideout Jeremy Gallon for a 61-yard touchdown late in the first quarter. Numerous Notre Dame defenders had chances to wrap him up, but Gallon put a nifty spin move on and took it to the house.

Video: Here’s The Bizarre Interception That Ended Notre Dame’s Final Rally Against Michigan

In a thrilling back-and-forth affair at the Big House in Ann Arbor, the Michigan Wolverines prevailed, 41-30, handing Notre Dame its first regular season loss in the past two seasons. Notre Dame, trailing by 11 late in the fourth quarter, had a chance to get back within one score before Tommy Rees threw a terribly unlucky interception on the team’s final drive. Crisis averted, Devin Gardner.
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