Michigan Football: 5 Biggest Early Season Storylines for Wolverines

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Michigan Football: 5 Biggest Early Season Storylines for Wolverines
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
Devin Gardner (No. 98) led Michigan to a 41-30 win over Notre Dame.

Saturday, the first major hurdle of the 2013 season was cleared by Michigan. 

Thanks to a 41-30 victory over Notre Dame at The Big House, the Wolverines have cemented themselves as legitimate threats in the Big Ten, although they've yet to play a Big Ten opponent. 

Through the first two weeks, the offense has gone from simple and plain to exciting and energetic. Al Borges, who's in his third year as offensive coordinator, properly flexed his muscle with a potent passing attack led by quarterback Devin Gardner, the now-reincarnated No. 98 who threw for 294 yards and four touchdowns Saturday night; he also rushed for a team-high 82 yards and a score. 

In this slideshow, the evolution of Gardner, the Wolverines' running back situation and other in-depth topics will be discussed, dissected and analyzed. 

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