Gotta give the devil his due. I clearly remember his playing career, and he was the kind of player any coach would love.
His first start as a sophomore, he calmly directed a 21-14 win over Miami when that meant something. He exhibited excellent poise and ball protection -- something we're notably missing these days -- right out of the box. It was widely commented that he played like a coach's son, which of course he was.
His senior year, his stats were remarkably similar to Heisman winner Vinny Testaverde, although nobody seemed to notice because Michigan was regarded as only a running team.
His pro career was mostly lukewarm. Most felt it was because he lacked the mechanics and accuracy of a pure passer. But as a collegian he completed a very high percentage, including a lot of bombs, through good decision-making and keeping plays alive with his feet -- he was fast and a strong runner.