University of Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson not sharing much on strategy
By LARRY LAGE
AP Sports Writer
ANN ARBOR — Michigan’s offense is expected to be different with Shea Patterson at quarterback, taking advantage of his mobility and ability to throw on the move.
Patterson, though, was not interested in sharing too much about how the 14th-ranked Wolverines will look when they have the ball Sept. 1 at No. 12 Notre Dame.
“It’s going to be a little bit of everything,” he said Thursday, speaking to reporters for the first time since being named starter.
He smiled after saying he’s adjusting to the team’s new scheme.
Patterson appealed to the NCAA to play this year after transferring from Mississippi. His status was in limbo until finding out his appeal was successful nearly four months ago while the Wolverines were in Paris
“My mindset was just to attack every day like I was going to play,” he recalled. “But when I finally found out in Paris, that was an amazing feeling.”