Michigan Football: 4 Storylines to Follow as U-M Prepares for UNLV

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Sep 3, 2015; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Shane Morris (7) warms up prior to their game against the Utah Utes at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports

Through most of fall camp, Shane Morris was either Michigan’s No. 1 quarterback, or a close second to Iowa grad-transfer Jake Rudock. When Wilton Speight entered the Oregon State game to replace  Rudock  in the closing moments, some began wondering whether Speight was now No. 2.

If Speight, or even Alex Malzone becomes the backup, does that mean Morris can redshirt?

"“Well, if that’s a possibility,” Harbaugh said at his postgame press conference. “I mean, that…yeah, it’s a consideration. Yes. You don’t know how that’s going to play out. You don’t have a crystal ball. “Yeah. I think we’re all seeing this exactly the way it’s taking place. We’re in control of it. He’s (Morris) the No. 2 quarterback, but not the No. 2 guy to go into the game to take two kneel-downs at the end of the game.”"

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