ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- All season, Michigan has said it wanted to get backup quarterback Devin Gardner involved in the offense. That didn't happen until the Big Ten schedule, but the Wolverines showed Saturday how they plan on doing it.
In Michigan's 58-0 win over Minnesota, the Wolverines did almost everything right. Here's what stood out in all three phases:
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