Rashan Gary declared via a video posted to his Twitter on Monday that he will forgo his senior season to enter the NFL Draft.
Shea Patterson walked into the room, every camera focused on him, and sat down. The junior quarterback sighed. Loudly. Then he sighed again.
Standing at the podium, hat fixed, mood stoic, there wasn’t much Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh could say.
The Wolverines wilted, like they have against Ohio State in 14 of the teams’ last 15 matchups, losing, 62-39
It felt shockingly improbable, yet so oddly familiar.
Shea Patterson took a few steps back, cocked his arm and let the football roll off his fingers.
Michigan’s No. 1 defense gave up the most points ever scored against it in a regulation game.
Those who remember the 2000 Michigan - Ohio State game est are some of this year's Wolverines’ most ardent supporters.
Wednesday afternoon, Michigan passing game coordinator Pep Hamilton walked into Schembechler Hall for a press conference with a piece of tape tacked to his shirt.
When Shea Patterson announced his transfer to Michigan last December, he did it in the way any college student makes announcements: on Twitter.