Did You Know? Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl
Taylor Lewan

Dec. 22, 2013

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• Through 12 games, WR Jeremy Gallon has 1,284 receiving yards. He needs 47 yards in the bowl game to surpass Braylon Edwards (1,330 yards in 2004) for the program single-season record.

• Big Ten Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year Devin Funchess' 727 receiving yards in 2013 are the most all-time by a U-M tight end in a single season, surpassing Jim Mandich's previous program record of 662 yards in 1969.

• KR Dennis Norfleet needs 152 return yards in the bowl game to break Darryl Stonum's program record (1,001 yards, 2009) for return yards in a season.

• WR Jeremy Gallon is the 10th U-M player to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in a season. The feat has only been accomplished 13 times in program history.

• U-M ranked second in the conference with a +10 turnover margin during Big Ten contests. The Wolverines forced 18 turnovers during that stretch while only turning the ball over on eight occasions. Additionally, the Maize and Blue played even or won the turnover battle in each of the eight Big Ten games.

• QB Devin Gardner threw 14 TD passes and only three interceptions during Big Ten play.

• CB Blake Countess is tied for the lead in the Big Ten with six interceptions.

• Michigan has posted 17 interceptions this season after posting only seven interceptions throughout the 2012 campaign.

• QB Devin Gardner is just the sixth signal caller in Big Ten history to have a 500+- and 400+-yard passing game in the same season.

• A U-M player has been named the Big Ten's top offensive lineman three years in a row (Taylor Lewan 2012-13; David Molk 2011).

• LT Taylor Lewan is only the ninth Michigan offensive lineman to be a starter for four seasons for the Maize and Blue.

• U-M will conduct bowl practices at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., where LT Taylor Lewan attended his senior year of high school.

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