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The Michigan Wolverines have won the Big Ten three years in a row and are coming off a National Championship. Not to mention the Wolverines are 3-0 in their last three games against Ohio State.

However, Michigan lost its entire offensive line, its top two receivers, its starting running back and quarterback and head coach Jim Harbuagh to the NFL.

So there are plenty of questions in Ann Arbor. Still, the defending champs aren't going down easy. Not with all this talent on the roster.

Sherrone Moore will keep Michigan's identity largely the same. The Wolverines are going to pound the football and break opposing defenses with long, methodical drives.

With Donovan Edwards in the backfield (497 yards and five touchdowns last season behind Blake Corum), that will make things a bit easier. But the lack of cohesion up front for the Wolverines and the loss of JJ McCarthy are potentially huge issues.

There are currently five players vying to be Michigan's starting quarterback: Jack Tuttle (a seventh-year grad transfer, currently in his second season for the Wolverines), Davis Warren (junior), Alex Orji (sophomore), Jayden Denegal (sophomore) and Jadyn Davis (freshman).

Most seem to agree that it will either be Tuttle or Orji who takes over. Tuttle has five career starts (all coming at Indiana) and has completed 60 percent of his career pass attempts. Orji has completed the lone pass attempt of his career, but did rush for 86 yards on 15 carries last season.

Wink Martindale takes over the defense this season after coaching in the NFL since 2004. His scheme is predicated on disguising coverage, which will be a bit easier to do thanks to the Wolverines talent up front.

Kenneth Grant and Mason Graham are absolute problems for interior linemen and Josaiah Stewart and Derrick Moore got plenty of playing time a year ago. The team also returns All-American defensive back Will Johnson and hard-hitting safety Rod Moore.

Michigan Wolverines Football Schedule


vs Fresno State

Aug. 31

vs Texas

Sep. 7

vs Arkansas State

Sep. 14

vs USC

Sep. 21

vs Minnesota

Sep. 28

@ Washington

Oct. 5

@ Illinois

Oct. 19

vs Michigan State

Oct. 26

vs Oregon

Nov. 2

@ Indiana

Nov. 9

vs Northwestern

Nov. 23

@ Ohio State

Nov. 30

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