Michigan Football will begin spring practice on Feb. 25 and the annual spring game will be played on Apr. 5 at Michigan Stadium. We will preview each position group between now and the start of spring practice.
The first position group we will put under the microscope is the offensive line. This is a group that struggled mightily last season, lost both starting tackles to graduation...
Michigan coach Brady Hoke appeared pleased with the efforts of left guard Chris Bryant and now starting center Graham Glasgow following Saturday’s win. Hoke discusses the running game and Taylor Lewan offers his thoughts and also talks his role on the offensive line.
This, ladies and gents, is the starting guard for the Wolverines, Graham Glasgow, along with his hilariously epic cat sweater.
Michigan offensive line coach Darrell Funk breaks down his unit heading into today’s opener versus Central Michigan. He discusses Taylor Lewan’s leadership, the emergence of Graham Glasgow and Jack Miller, the progress made by Chris Bryant, Ben Braden, and Erik Magnuson, the challenges presented by the Chippewa defense, and more.
Media photographers were given access to roughly the first 30 minutes of practice today. As you can see, not much other than some walk-through drills and stretching were going on. What...you thought they'd let us diagram plays or something?
As a blogger, and a photographer, I'll take what few precious moments inside the walls of Fort Schembechler I can...