"It was a privilege," Gardner said Monday night at the Ufer Quarterback Club Banquet in Ann Arbor. "I don't think people understand how much of a privilege it was to not only be a quarterback at Michigan, but just to be a part of this university whether you're a student-athlete or not," "And I knew that as a sophomore in high school. I knew this was a special place."
one career penalty
I came across this blurb about Jake Long in Rivals' article about the top 25 college players in the Rivals Era:
13. Michigan OT Jake Long
BUZZ: Long redshirted as a true freshman season, then broke into the starting lineup in 2004 en route to starting 40 games. In his last 26 starts, Long was penalized just once in 1,743 plays. Long was a two-time captain and the first Michigan player to earn Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year accolades in consecutive seasons. He was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2008 draft.
Yes, yes, very good Jake, but when was that one penalty? Was it holding or a false start? Anybody know? Anybody have a clip of it?