The story coming out of Michigan's season-opening win was the two-quarterback system Josh Gattis' offense used throughout the game.
Dylan McCaffrey played in sets with starter Shea Patterson, and ran the offense for multiple series.
"I obviously like it,” McCaffrey said this week.
“It gets me a chance to get on the field. I think it can be really effective at times. I think it’s fun, and it’s pretty versatile. I know other teams, it’s tough for people to defend because they don’t know if it’s going to be a double pass, they don’t know what’s coming.”
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