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Michigan football's Shea Patterson didn't 'put his feet up' this spring — he got better

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.