Having a senior quarterback is both a blessing and a curse. Depending on who you speak with, Shea Patterson could’ve been either, but that’s not what we’re talking about. The veteran leadership is the blessing while knowing that the man under center isn’t coming back is the curse. With the culmination of the season, Michigan football has to deal with the latter.
In a mere two years, after transferring from Ole Miss as a sophomore, Shea accounted for a combined 5,661 yards, 45 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions – which are impressive numbers, but occasionally, numbers can be deceiving.