Michigan faces an important decision in 2013: Whether Devin Gardner fits best at quarterback or wide receiver.
The Michigan Wolverines produced behind stand-in quarterback Devin Gardner and left Minnesota with a 35-13 win, giving fans a look at what Michigan's offense might look like in 2013.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan needs to figure out a lot of things offensively against Minnesota.
The Michigan offense trotted out some interesting new wrinkles that will have opposing defensive coordinators working overtime.
Michigan has its way with Minnesota in all phases of the game in a 58-0 rout.
Running back Vincent Smith threw a TD pass, ran for a TD and had a receiving TD for the Wolverines in a blowout of Minnesota.
In his keys to the game, Michael Rothstein writes of the opportunity Michigan has to keep its momentum rolling.
The Little Brown Jug holds little meaning for Michigan, which has beaten Minnesota all but three times since 1969.
Minnesota got manhandled on both side of the line by North Dakota State in its last outing, so Michigan should be able to do the same.
The Wolverines say they're wary of Minnesota because it hung in at USC in the season opener.
Revamped defense must control Minnesota's mobile QB; special teams could play major role.