Brady Hoke: Devin Gardner was a “full go” in Sunday’s practice

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While Michigan football head coach Brady Hoke shortened up his answers for the media on Monday afternoon, he did confirm that quarterback Devin Gardner was a “full go” in practice on Sunday, which is great news for the Wolverines as they prep to travel to East Lansing to face Michigan State.

Gardner injured his foot in a failed quarterback sneak attempt against Penn State two weekends ago, but he sounded confident after the game in saying that he would be ready to go for the in-state rivalry.

Last week Hoke was questioned concerning the availability of true freshman quarterback Wilton Speight, and he made it clear that he doesn’t have intentions of playing Speight this season. That would have left Shane Morris, whose status is up in the air, and Russell Bellomy, who was ineffective in two drives against Penn State while Gardner sat.

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