WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The offensive line has struggled in the running game, but it had its best outing against Notre Dame.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that if all else fails the Wolverines should remember that Denard Robinson has worked miracles agaisnt Notre Dame before.
On further review, Michigan's loss to Iowa was as ugly the second time around.
2013 OL prospect Ethan Pocic is 66, 280 pounds, already has offers from Notre Dame, Michigan State and Wisconsin, and attends the same high school as current Michigan center David Molk. It's fair to say the Wolverines are keeping an eye on him.
Steven Elmer didn't want to be just another big guy who played football, so he set out to find someone who could teach him the nuances of playing the offensive line.
Jordan Payton, ranked No. 25 nationally among wide receivers, enjoyed his official visit for the night game against Notre Dame and was dazzled by the atmosphere.
ESPNU 150 OT Zach Banner took his official visit to Michigan for the night game against Notre Dame and was dazzled by the atmosphere.
The tale of the tape shows Denard Robinson may not have been as good as his number, but his receivers made plays for him.
2013 prospects who made the trip were wowed by the big night in the Big House.
2013 Ohio safety Dymonte Thomas pulls trigger on Michigan offer in aftermath of thrilling win over Notre Dame.
The Michigan coaches will look to capitalize on the atmosphere surrounding the Notre Dame night game by bringing in some top recruiting targets.
AD Dave Brandon is hopeful Michigan has addressed every need that could arise regarding the first night football game at Michigan Stadium.
Notre Dame's red-zone mistakes proved costly, and if Irish defense had trouble with USF's mobile QB what will Denard Robinson do?