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.
Michigan looked shaky offensively for much of the game against Notre Dame, but the defense and even the offensive line late showed some positive signs heading into Big Ten play.
Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson came up big against Notre Dame early in his career, but called his senior performance against the Irish "the worst game of my career."
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.
The first night game in Michigan history turned into a magical night, a 17-point comeback in the final quarter to beat Notre Dame. The Wolverines reflect on the big night in the Big House.
The Michigan Wolverines defeated UMass by 50 points, but they weren't all that satisfied with their progress, especially on the offensive and defensive lines.
Athletic director Dave Brandon confirmed a night game for Michigan in 2013, and it looks like it could be Notre Dame again.
On further review, Michigan's loss to Iowa was as ugly the second time around.
It was all set up for another last-second, Notre Dame-like finish for the Wolverines. But Michigan fell just short this time around.
The tale of the tape shows Denard Robinson may not have been as good as his number, but his receivers made plays for him.
The Wolverines pulled off some late-night magic behind Denard Robinson to stun the Irish.
As bad as the receiving corps was in the first half was as good as it was in the second half, helping Michigan shock Notre Dame.
The Michigan defensive line was bruised and battered, but it came up with key plays when it mattered most.
WolverineNation catches up with former OLB Mike Elston, who now coaches the defensive line for Notre Dame.
WolverineNation's countdown of the top five Michigan-Notre Dame games moves on to No. 3, the 2009 wild finish and last-second victory for Michigan.
WolverineNation's countdown of the top five Michigan-Notre Dame games moves on to No. 4, the 1978 matchup in which Rick Leach and the Wolverines bested Joe Montana and the Irish.