Devin Gardner entered Saturday’s game at Minnesota as Michigan’s No. 1 wide receiver. But when his team needed him to step in at his old position, he was ready. As a result, Gardner is the Big Ten’s Player of the Week for Week 10.
Robinson didn’t start at quarterback for the first time since 2009, as an aggravated nerve problem in his throwing elbow kept him sidelined. Gardner, the former backup quarterback who has spent almost the entire season at wide receiver, moved into the top role after practicing more at quarterback during the week.
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