Found January 22, 2013 on Maize & Blue Nation:
Previous on the 2013 Look Ahead: The Schedule The minute this guy decided to return, Team 133's prospects looked increasingly brighter. Michigan's offense was bad in 2012. The idea that you can run a shifty receiver at quarterback and be consistently successful is just not going to happen. Good teams had sniffed out Denard's tricks pretty well by his senior year. And by the time he went down with a nerve injury against Nebraska, the ship had sailed on Shoelace as a passer. Despite that, Michigan's offense still managed to have brief spurts of brilliance, I mean Denard is still Denard. But all too often, those brilliant moments were followed by extended streaks of frustration. So with Denard Robinson, the central figure of Team 130, 131 and 132's offensive attack graduating to the NFL, how does Michigan retool, and take that step forward in 2013? Who's leaving, who's staying and who's coming in? And what's the depth chart going to l...
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