College Football

Devin Gardner Broke His Foot vs. Ohio State, Still Led Team to Three TDs After Injury

Devin Gardner reacts to throwing interception on two-point conversion attempt against Ohio State

Devin Gardner, Michigan’s junior quarterback, won’t play in Saturday’s Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl vs. Kansas State. Bruce Feldman reports Gardner broke his left foot in the third quarter of the Wolverines 42-41 loss to Ohio State on Nov. 30. Amazingly he stayed in the game and led Michigan to three touchdowns in the fourth quarter. He couldn’t however, connect on the two point conversion with 32 seconds left which would have put the Wolverines on top.

Gardner finished the Ohio State game 32 of 45 for 451 yards and four touchdown passes. He also added a rushing score.

Shane Morris, a true freshman, will start for the Wolverines in the bowl game.

Devin Gardner interception against Ohio State

Related: Ohio State Picks Off Devin Gardner’s Two-Point Try to Secure Wild Victory

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