Numbers: Devin Gardner finds a way, Roy Roundtree ends drought in Michigan win
ANN ARBOR -- Devin Gardner's had quite a month.
And it's not even half over.
The Michigan junior subbed in for Denard Robinson again Saturday during a 38-31 overtime win against Northwestern, and though he wasn't perfect, he was good enough.
With Gardner at quarterback over the past two weeks, the Michigan offense has looked quite a bit different than it has with Robinson under center.
And, part of that is a more vertical passing attack.
Robinson has averaged 7.9 yards per attempt in eight starts this season. Gardner over the past two games? Make it 11.12 yards per attempt.
More Michigan-Northwestern numbers:
Passing yards racked up by Devin Gardner in the past two weeks at quarterback for Michigan. In five Big Ten games this season, Denard Robinson has thrown for a total of 482 yards.
Gardner's completion percentage over the past two weeks. He finished 16-for-29 with two touchdowns and one interception Saturday against Northwestern.
Days since Roy Roundtree has turned in a 100-yard receiving performance for Michigan. His last 100-yard game came on Nov. 20, 2010 in a loss against Wisconsin.
Roundtree's five receptions are the most he's pulled in since he caught nine balls during the 2011 Gator Bowl -- Rich Rodriguez's last game as head coach.
Michigan's all-time record in overtime games. The Wolverines are 4-0 at home in extra session contests.
Michigan is 13-0 at home under Brady Hoke in less than two seasons. During Rich Rodriguez's three-year tenure, the Wolverines went 11-11 at Michigan Stadium.