Michigan 10: Week 11 power rankings 

November, 12, 2012
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Devin Gardner continued to show he’ll be just fine as the quarterback of the future for Michigan. And as long as Denard Robinson is hurt, Gardner will be the Wolverines’ man in the present, too.

The pro-style attack Gardner and Michigan ran was once again a smart game plan with a lot of options, and one that has ignited a Wolverines offense that had appeared stagnant through the second half of October.

On a day when Michigan’s defense struggled to contain Northwestern’s Kain Colter and Venric Mark, it needed a big day out of its offense, and it got it with Gardner. His play moves him into the top spot in this week’s Michigan 10 (last week's rankings in parentheses).
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