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Michigan Football will begin spring practice on March 16. In all they will have 15 practices and they will conclude the spring session with the annual spring gme at Michigan Stadium on April 13.
Michigan’s offensive line is going to be bookended by two outstanding and very experienced tackles, Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield, who have a combined to make 58 starts in their careers. The interior of Michigan’s line is wide-open and will be manned by 3 players with a combined zero career starts.
Thanks to some tremendous recruiting in the last few years, Michigan has an abundance of impressive young offensive linemen in the program.
Offensive line coach Darrell Funk has said many times that the best 5 players will play. If that means they have to move guys around and make some position switches, then that is what they will do. Here is an early guess at how things will shake out along the offensive line.
LT – Taylor Lewan (Sr): Lewan’s decision to return for his sen...
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Michigan Football received a commitment from 4-star offensive lineman Mason Cole (Tarpon Springs, Florida) on Monday afternoon. Cole is commit #4 for Michigan’s 2014 recruiting class. He checks in at 6-foot-5, 285 and is ranked 109th by rivals.com. Cole is also on the ESPNU 150 watch list.
Cole visited Michigan this past weekend, for the third time, and committed shortly after...
File photo of Montgomery from the 2012 Air Force game.
Via UM media relations:
"We appreciate the work Jerry did in his two seasons here with the defensive ends and continuing to help build the foundation on our defensive line. We wish Jerry, Natalie and their entire family nothing but the best."You always hate to lose members of your staff, but you know going...
Denard Robinson's playing days at Michigan are over, but he might get one more chance to wear his maize-and-blue uniform.
Robinson and Texas A&M's Ryan Swope have reached the final round of voting to be on the cover of EA Sports' NCAA Football 14 video game.
Robinson has spent the last few days at the NFL Draft Combine, adjusting to his new position of wide receiver...
2012 media day.
The NFL combine can be a bit boring at times. But Michigan fans who tuned in were treated to Denard Robinson running the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds (4.34 initially, then later officially corrected). Sure, Shoelace has put on about a few pounds of muscle since arriving in Ann Arbor in 2009. But clearly, he's still got it.
He was also impressive in other receiver...