Brady Hoke finally figured out who his backup quarterback is going to be, but he still has plenty of offensive decisions to make before next week's season opener against Central Michigan.
Top recruit Shane Morris will be No. 2 behind Devin Gardner, having finally earned the job in an Aug. 18 scrimmage.
"I think Shane has continued to improve every day," Hoke said. "He's learning the offense, and he's throwing the ball really well."
At one point, Morris was expected to have a great shot at being the 2013 starter instead of battling for the No. 2 job. A year ago, Gardner had moved to wide reciever, and Morris was starting what was expecting to be a record-setting senior season at Warren De La Salle High School. As one of the nation's top quarterback prospects, Morris was a slight favorite to start as a true freshman, with Gardner turning into his No. 1 receiver.
Two things changed that plan. First, Morris came down with mononucleosis, causing him to miss most of the season and, ju...