Monday, Brady Hoke promised a starting quarterback for Saturday's game vs. Minnesota would be named Tuesday.
Tuesday he said it'd take more time.
Things are going from bad to worse in Ann Arbor, and it looks like the starting quarterback could be the first to take the fall for Michigan's Jekyll-and-Hyde offensive performance so far this sea
With Notre Dame off, Saturday will provide a decent opportunity to get a look at a few teams the Irish will face down the road.
Joliet Catholic product Ty Isaac won't be playing for the Wolverines until 2015.
The end of the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry has seen both schools step up their non-conference scheduling efforts, and Wednesday brought the latest big-time matchup.