During last week’s victory over Michigan State, Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson broke a team record set by the great Tom Brady back in the late 1990’s.
Now, he’s in the Michigan record books again.
During Saturday’s 39-14 win over the Indiana Hoosiers, Patterson became the first Wolverines quarterback to throw at least four touchdown passes in consecutive games.
Shea Patterson is the first Michigan quarterback to throw for 4 touchdowns or more in consecutive games in school history.
— Chris(topher) Larsen (@ESPNChrisLarsen) November 23, 2019
Keep climbing the ladder, Shea!