Michigan QB Shea Patterson discusses new offense after spring game, April 13, 2019 in Ann Arbor. Nick Baumgardner, Freep
Shea Patterson gets these looks that come across his face while a question is happening. It's generally a smile, a nod and a glance that reflects how much he has seen over the years as a quarterback.
During Saturday's session with reporters after Michigan football's annual spring game, he flashed one those looks midway through a question about how long it took him to adjust to new offensive coordinator Josh Gattis and U-M's new-look offense.
"Let's see," Patterson said, glancing up as he counted in his head.