Michigan's offensive starters have plenty of talent, but if any of them go down to injury, like Denard Robinson did against Nebraska, the experienced depth behind them is nonexistent.
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's offensive linemen are expected to be among the team's most physical players, establishing a relentless, aggressive nature at the point of attack.
Michigan's torrid recruiting start has the Wolverines in contention for the No. 1 recruiting class, but plenty of schools will challenge Michigan for that title.
Michigan is revamping its offensive line, as Ricky Barnum moves from guard to center and the coaches look for a starter at one guard spot and one tackle spot.