Michigan Football’s offensive coordinator Josh Gattis held a press conference on Monday, taking questions about the Wolverines. One of the big topics was Senior quarterback Shea Patterson’s injury status.
“He’s been banged up a little bit the last two weeks with an oblique, something he’s struggled with since the first play against Middle Tennesse, that had no effect on his decision making from that standpoint.”
“Every read for a quarterback is about numbers, angles, how tight and wide defenders are, so there’s a lot of things that go into play there.
“Shea made some good decisions and obviously had some he wishes he could have had back, so we’ll continue to correct those.”
For the Michigan Wolverines and their fans, that’s certainly positive news on Patterson. If he’s not dealing with a serious injury and can still have great decision making, Michigan’s offense is in good shape.