WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The defense line features three new starters and has taken time to jell, but it just might be coming around.
The Michigan Wolverines' deficiencies on the lines -- both offensive and defensive were alarming against Air Force on Saturday.
Will Campbell came to Michigan with all kinds of hype, but three years later he has little to show for it. He'll be a starter in his final season, and Michigan needs him to stand and deliver.
Michigan's linebackers must be the quarterbacks of Greg Mattison's defense.
Michael Rothstein and Chantel Jennings tackle some burning questions heading into camp, including Devin Gardner's role.
The leaders of the 2012 Michigan team believe they wouldn't be a favorite to win the league without the struggles the endured under Rich Rodriguez.
Michael Rothstein breaks down the Michigan Wolverines' defensive depth chart after the spring.
Will Campbell is running out of time to live up to his potential. With Mike Martin and Ryan Van Bergen gone, the time is now.
Defensive end Craig Roh is moving to the strong side, where coordinator Greg Mattison envisions him making more big plays for the Michigan defense.
Losing the first two games of the 1998 season still bothers Brady Hoke, who refuses to let his teams become complacent.
In part one of an anonymous survey, Michigan's outgoing seniors talk frankly about which teammates they'd go to battle with, which will break out and Rich Rodriguez.
Defensive tackle Will Campbell arrived in Ann Arbor with much hype. Three years later the Wolverines have little to show for it. Can he break through in his final chance?
Former Michigan DT Mike Martin showed his athleticism at the NFL combine, placing among the top five at his position in nearly every drill.
Center David Molk wasn't going to go out feeling like he had during his first couple of seasons at Michigan. So he took it upon himself to make sure the transition from Rich Rodriguez to Brady Hoke didn't cause any major problems.
Former Michigan linemen Mike Martin and David Molk are training with former Michigan strength coach Mike Barwis in preparation for the NFL combine.
Four 2012 Michigan signees finished in the ESPNU 150, but the designation has yielded mixed results for Michigan.