4 things we have learned about Michigan football so far this spring

Michigan football has gone through two weeks of spring practice and here are four things we have learned so far about the Wolverines.

Jan 13, 2024; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan offensive coordinator Sherrone Moore is introduced during
Jan 13, 2024; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan offensive coordinator Sherrone Moore is introduced during / Junfu Han-USA TODAY Sports
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Michigan football is in its first spring ball under Sherrone Moore. By all accounts, outside of an assistant coach having to resign and be replaced, things have gone well.

And each time Moore has needed to act to replace a coach, he's adjusted. Just like in the win over Penn State, when he decided to call 32 consecutive run plays, Moore knows how to adapt. He doesn't get shaken and he's a smart dude.

Michigan football is in great hands. I love the staff he built. He's also done a stellar job with player retention. Keon Sabb and Karmello English are talented players, but if he keeps the core of this team together, he should be commended.

The Wolverines will play their spring game on April 20th and here are some things we have learned so far about Michigan football during spring ball.

Still questions about quarterback

There have been some positive rumblings about the quarterbacks. The players have said positive things and Kirk Campbell said before spring ball that he thought Michigan football had a starter in its room already. But there are five guys competing and it doesn't seem as though a No. 1 has emerged.

It was probably wishful thinking to believe that was going to happen in two weeks. We'll see where things end up in two more. Orji certainly dropped a dime to Colston. Loveland during practice in a video released by Michigan football on X, but can he be consistent?

Jadyn Davis has done well. Jack Tuttle has been limited and you wonder if the transfer portal is a real option. If a sure-fire starter winds up in the portal, Michigan would probably take a shot, but as of now, there isn't an upgrade available.


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