In two weeks, spring practice begins for Michigan football. Taking the field for the first time will be seven early enrolleesalong with new offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier. Fans eagerly await the changes that Nussmeier will bring to an offense that lacked consistent direction under previous offensive coordinator Al Borges.
But with Brady Hoke announcing that quarterback Devin Gardner “will be limited in spring practice,” questions abound about his status on the depth chart. Hoke acknowledged the uncertainty: “We’ve got a lot of competition. Now does Devin have the most experience? Yes, there’s no question.”