Shea Patterson sounds locked in for this weekend’s tough matchup with Wisconsin.

The starting quarterback for Michigan could personally use a big game to jump-start his season. After putting up a solid line in the Week 1 win over Middle Tennessee, Patterson struggled at times in Week 2 against Army. He lost multiple fumbles in the tight win and never appeared to settle in.

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Now beginning B1G play with a trip to Camp Randall Stadium, the Badgers present a tough task for the Wolverines. Securing a win will not be easy, but Patterson said the team is focused on going to Madison and making a statement.

“We’re just looking to go out there and make a statement, simple as that,” explained Patterson. When pressed with what that statement would be, Patterson did not answer and decided to move on.

Angelique Chengelis with The Detroit News shared a video of Patterson’s comments:

In addition to his comments, Patterson also updated the status of his oblique injury and said he is healthy and good to go:

Hopefully, Patterson and the Wolverines look better than the first two weeks in their trip to Madison.