The Breakdown With Devin Gardner - Previewing Ohio State

Submitted by blackgandhi on November 20th, 2018 at 10:03 PM

Hey guys, as always, wanted to share one of the better episodes of The Breakdown With Devin Gardner. Today, we went fully into The Game, this one, and the ones DG played in.

He talks about when he broke his foot and playing through that game and why he went over to talk to J.T. Barrett when he broke his leg the following year.

https://wolverineswire.com/2018/11/20/the-breakdown-with-devin-gardner-previewing-michigan-ohio-state/

Also sharing: DG invited me this morning to Mumford High School, where he took part with former Ohio State player Donnie Rey Evege, who started a bottled water company and donated about 1,800 bottles to the Detroit high school. Really cool stuff from Evege about putting the rivalry aside when it comes to life matters.

https://wolverineswire.com/2018/11/20/ohio-state-donnie-ray-evege-michigan-devin-gardner-clean-water-detroit/

Enjoy!

Comments

chango

November 20th, 2018 at 11:50 PM ^

Thanks for sharing. I also enjoyed the pod with J.Klatt.

 

DG really shines on the radio, good stuff. He is pretty funny too...Dervin Gardner lol 😂

Maizinator

November 21st, 2018 at 1:00 AM ^

Devin is a class act and tremendous athlete who left it all on the field for Michigan.   The sheer determination of his Ohio State performance is something I will never forget.

I only wish he had the opportunity to play under the current coaching staff.  Who knows, his current job might be in the NFL if that was the case.

Perkis-Size Me

November 21st, 2018 at 11:33 AM ^

Great guy who deserved better from his coaching staff. He definitely made some on-field mistakes at times, but his coaches hardly ever put him in a position to succeed. 

Really wish Harbaugh had a chance to work with him before he graduated. Gardner had all the physical tools and the work ethic you could ask for. Harbaugh could've definitely rebuilt Gardner as a good QB. If he could get Rudock to the NFL, makes you wonder what he could've done with Gardner.