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- Michigan coach Brady Hoke won't say which quarterback — Devin Gardner or Denard Robinson — will start on Saturday. Also, on a completely unrelated note, Hoke had this gem of a quote when talking about Twitter: "I don't twit or whatever. That's not part of what I do."
- Lots of Michigan insight from Detroit Free Press writer Mark Snyder in this chat wrap.
- Hoke may not be giving quarterback updates, but receiver Roy Roundtree thinks Robinson is fine and will play.
- There have been a lot of touchy pass interference calls in college football recently. Naturally, Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison isn't a fan of those calls.
- Michigan's defense is preparing for an explosive Northwestern offense.
- Not only is Michigan's starting quarterback situation up in the air; the third-string job is, as well.
- The Detroit News' Terry Foster says Denard Robinson deserves better from fans, many of whom were excited that Gardner would be playing quarterback.
- On a lighter note, Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi said he thinks Nebraska's Taylor Martinez is faster than Robinson. Mattison disagrees.