Michigan graduate QB Shane Morris will transfer.
ESPN's Tom VanHaaren reports that Michigan senior QB Shane Morris will seek a transfer.
Michigan OC Tim Drevno indicated that the team is not close to deciding on a starting quarterback for the 2016 season.
Despite the transfer of Jake Rudock, Michigan junior Shane Morris believes the starting QB job is his to lose.
Michigan AD Dave Brandon released a statement late Monday night stating sophomore QB Shane Morris suffered a mild concussion and a high ankle sprain against Minnesota, and the situation was not handled appropriately.
Michigan HC Brady Hoke said he removed sophomore QB Shane Morris from Saturday's game against Minnesota due to a leg injury.
Michigan sophomore QB Shane Morris failed to spark Michigan's offense after being named starter prior to Saturday's game, going 7-for-19 for 49 yards and an interception in a 30-14 loss.
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke said Michigan sophomore Shane Morris has closed the gap on Devin Gardner for the starting QB job.
Michigan freshman QB Shane Morris will make his first career start in Saturday's Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl against Kansas State.