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Hoke says they're both healthy. Do they alternate snaps? Or do they play in the same backfield?
I think it will be much like the Ohio State game but Denard will actually throw some passes in the bowl game.
The fanbase will have a collective conniption fit if they're both in the game at the same time after abandoning that against OSU...
DG will be in for passing plays, and Denard for running plays
Not Braxton Miller?
With the struggles up front, I really think Denard gives Michigan's offense a better chance to move the ball and score some points as long as he can throw the ball. If the Wolverines currently had the offensive line they might have in the near future, I'd say Gardner would be the better choice.
I'm really hoping Denard is healthy and he plays QB. One last hoorah for DRob before his Michigan career is over.
One long bomb from DG to DR wouldnt hurt though.
Would love to see them try throwing a bomb to Denard but i just don't think Borges has it in him.
Hearing from sources close to Russel Bellomy's camp that Hoke will not start him. Color me confused.
Do it a couple times to set up short passes... if only he was smart.
Start Devin, this rotating quarterback stuff is garbage. Play Denard at a skill position.
Are you sure? That's surprising.
What skill position? He can't block at all so he can't be an RB and doesn't seem to have great WR skills from the few passes I've seen thrown to him.
Your other problem is that your passing games goes kaput if Devin is not throwing the ball, against equally bad D's at least Devin was on point for the most part compared to what they got from Denard this season.
Michigan for this one game is damned if they do and damned if they don't. Add Borges to the mix and it's not a pretty picture.
True, but with the talent of South Carolina's defensive line and the struggles Michigan's offensive line has had, I don't think the Wolverines can move the ball consistently running a pro style offense even with Gardner behind center. IMO, Michigan's best chance is to run the spread with Denard to somewhat minimize South Carolina's advantage up front.
Absolutely, like I said I just dont think Carolina would remotely fear Denard throwing the ball based on what he did this season. Borges and his offense are in a tough tough place against Carolina. There isn't one thing they do well enough to at least keep Carolina guessing.
If I'm Spurrier I'm blitzing....I'm blitzing early and often.
If you watch the mgovideo from the bowl practices, you'll get to see Bellomy throw an interception.
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