Michigan QB Shea Patterson wishes he had ‘two more shots’ at MSU

On Saturday, Michigan absolutely destroyed Michigan State 44-10 at the Big House.

The Wolverines played an all-around good game but one of the main reasons for their success was the outstanding play of senior quarterback, Shea Patterson.

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In his final game against the Spartans, Patterson was 24 of 34 for 384 yards and four touchdowns. The 384 passing yards are the most any Michigan quarterback has ever thrown for vs. MSU.

Following the game, Patterson spoke to the media about how fun the game was and how he wishing he had “two more shots” at Michigan State.


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