He came back July 8 for training camp, when he devoted himself
to learning Michigan's playbook. Hart figured that by mastering
the playbook, he would position himself for playing time as a
true freshman. He never masked his desire to play immediately.
And from the start of practice, Carr said, Hart kept pushing his
agenda. After each practice, Michigan coaches would gather and
report their impressions of each player. After about four days,
Carr said, running backs coach Fred Jackson provided this
assessment: "I'll tell you right now," he said, "the leader of
this group is Michael Hart."
"We have two quarterbacks now who can play,"
said Pasqualoni. "Both are still