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Monday, June 1, 2020

Jim Harbaugh: Shea Patterson playing “heroic” football

The Michigan Wolverines dropped their second game of the year on Saturday to the Penn State Nittany Lions in front of a raucous crowd at State College.

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While the loss was yet another setback for the Wolverines, quarterback Shea Patterson did pass for 276 yards and led a comeback effort in the second half that fell just short. He finished 24-41 with one rushing touchdown.

Head coach Jim Harbaugh was quick to praise his QB, saying he’d been playing “great” football. He then took it a step further.

The Wolverines will host Notre Dame on Saturday night in Ann Arbor.

Michael Whitaker
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