Found June 17, 2013 on Maize & Blue Nation:
The look and feel of the 2013 Michigan offense is going to be a moderate, if not substantial departure from what was on the field for the bulk of 2012. In this, year one of the post-Denard era at Michigan, a return to a more pro-style attack is predicted. But just how different is Team 134's offense going to look compared to recent years? Nowhere else on the field is the difference going to be seen more than the quarterback position. Obviously, Denard was a special player at Michigan who sort of defined the QB role in his own unique way. Sure, he was a runner first and passer second, but that didn't mean he was relegated to being as one-dimensional as most pundits claimed. But now that Devin Gardner has taken over the starting spot, just how "pro-style" is the offense going to be? My prediction: Not as much as you might think. One of the only good things about Denard's nerve injury that he sustained in the Nebraska game last year, and Russell Bellomy&#...

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