Niyo: Two QBs or not two QBs, that's Michigan's biggest question now

John Niyo
The Detroit News

Miami Gardens, Fla. — It was fun while it lasted. Even if it was a bit awkward, at times.

But as Michigan shifts its attention to next season following a 34-11 loss to Georgia in the College Football Playoff semifinals, things are bound to get more uncomfortable.

Starting with the debate over who’ll start at quarterback for the Wolverines in 2022, a question that head coach Jim Harbaugh felt obliged to intercept on New Year’s Eve during his team’s Orange Bowl postgame press conference.

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