A name would be nice, a tidy description to put a bow on an explosive quarterback duo at Michigan that combined for 449 of the team's 513 yards in the final home game this season.
How about "Devnard?"
Offensive coordinator Al Borges isn't about to get cute with naming the scheme Michigan unveiled against Iowa last weekend, utilizing quarterbacks Devin Gardner, who has started the last three games, and Denard Robinson, the three-year starter who has a nerve injury in his right elbow.
"We call it, 'Denard in the backfield,'" Borges said Tuesday.
Later, Borges gave it another name: "Two quarterbacks in the backfield."