Posted August 10, 2012 on michigan.scout.com
PLAYERS: Craig Roh
TEAMS: Michigan Wolverines
Michigan senior defensive end Craig Roh has switched to the strong side defensive end for his senior season. Roh talked after practice Thursday about his position change, his new diet to gain weight for the position, his thoughts on Brendan Beyer, Ondre Pipkins, and more.
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