Title says it all. For anyone curious, MSU is sitting alone in second place, M alone in first. If MSU can pull off a victory (unlikely, IMO), they'll share first before Saturday and Sunday's games determine the leader the rest of the week.
"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."