Notre Dame vs. Michigan: 4 Reasons Devin Gardner Is a Better QB Than Tommy Rees

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Notre Dame vs. Michigan: 4 Reasons Devin Gardner Is a Better QB Than Tommy Rees
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The second edition of Michigan's "Under the Lights" game against Notre Dame involves a plethora of headlines in newspapers and across the web, though the single most prevalent may be the battle of the teams' quarterbacks.

Luckily for Michigan and head coach Brady Hoke, the Wolverines possess the better of the two starting quarterbacks fans will see Saturday evening in Ann Arbor, Michigan—the Wolverines' Devin Gardner and the Irish's Tommy Rees.

What exactly makes Gardner, in his first full season as a starting quarterback at Michigan, a better signal-caller than the veteran Rees?

The answers lie ahead.

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