Michigan's football program has 23 seniors who will go out as winners, a far cry from their first season.
''I wish I had been under this coaching staff for four years,'' Wolverines defensive tackle Will Campbell said.
Campbell came to campus during the Rich Rodriguez era and is finishing up under Brady Hoke. He and the other fourth-year players were one game under .500 during their first two seasons, but have gone a combined 18-5 this year and last.
The 23rd-ranked Wolverines (7-3, 5-1 Big Ten) hope to send the seniors out with a win against Iowa (4-6, 2-4) in their home finale Saturday.
Denard Robinson might not be on the field for a snap. The senior quarterback hasn't played for two-plus games because of nerve damage in his right elbow.
Hoke said he won't jeopardize his health just to let him play in his Big House finale.
''It won't have anything to do with it,'' Hoke said.
In relief of Robinson, junior Devin Gardner has played well. Gardner has thrown for 520 yards with fo...