Listen: Patterson, Greg Mcelroy, Shea discussed on College Football Live
"And welcome to college football live. We are almost here kickoffs almost ready to commence with Greg McElroy, David Pollack and Emmanuel Acho I'm Zubin Muhindi and we're going to start the day with shea who else shape. Patterson, Michigan, starting quarterback news, fully expected throughout the off season became official earlier in the week. He's ready to go Hillary the starter for the opener Saturday at Notre Dame and he is thrilled. People look back and say. The other TV corvette in Michigan. All the t- cats all here in the coast. That I'm sure he's. He's, he's gonna prepare like no other best around and he's making his opportunity. And so. St.. Of course, speaking of Jim Harbaugh look at your screen. They're Michigan signal callers combined last year, threw nine touchdown passes its lows total since nineteen seventy five. And it does stand to reason that the kid that was born in Toledo, Ohio fired up to play for that school of north, whatever that's worth. Let's start with our quarterback, Greg back ROY first things. First, is he going to be legit like this the way people think right out of the game. I believe he will. If you look at shape Patterson skillset and where Michigan struggled last year, it was along the office of line. They couldn't keep their quarterback upright way too many hurries way too many quarterback hits and far too many sacks for my comfort level. So I look at shea Paterson I think, okay, well, what does he do? Well, that could relieve some of the pressure on the front and that's move around create on his own now, shape. Patterson is going to have to be smart with the football and make sure he manages the game and make sure that that defense is and put in a tough spot. But he's an immediate upgrade over anyone they've had at the position sense. Jim Harbaugh got to Ann Arbor, so I'm excited to see what he does within a pro style system and just how much that pro style system might adjust to incorporate some of Shay's skills. If it's a pro style system, I don't think he'll do well at all. I think he has to. It has to change.."