There’s been speculation about the health of Michigan Wolverines quarterback Brandon Peters after he suffered a concussion against Wisconsin and missed the final game versus Ohio State. The answer today was positive.
Peters has been practicing since last week, and should be the starting quarterback when Michigan squares off against South Carolina on January 1st in the Outback Bowl.
Harbaugh: "We'll start practice with Brandon (Peters) as the number one quarterback."— Matt Pargoff (@MaizeBlueNews) December 4, 2017
How the practices start should be how they finish, with Peters as the number one quarterback. Michigan fans can now rest easy knowing the possible quarterback of the future is in good health and ready to compete in the biggest game of his career to this point.