Before taking a drive to his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, last May, Trey Burke was leaning toward going to the NBA. That trip changed the fortunes for Michigan's sophomore point guard, and the Wolverines, for the better.
Michigan tackle Taylor Lewan came into the Outback Bowl with a decision in mind on whether to leave for the NFL draft or not, and Tuesday's game did nothing to dissaude the yet-to-be-revealed plan.
Denard Robinson is running wild, while Fitzgerald Toussaint has found little room to roam. But Brady Hoke says he will will stick with the running back.
After a spring in which he cut down on bad decisions and bad footwork, Denard Robinson got to rest for most of Michigan's spring game.
Michigan is at its best when Tim Hardaway is knocking down shots and Trey Burke is both scoring and setting up teammates.
John Beilein has shown his growth as a coach by allowing more freedom for the point guards in his offense. Freshman Trey Burke has made his decision look wise.
Michigan sophomore forward Jon Horford, out since December with a stress fracture in his right foot, says he'll probably redshirt.
Kicker Matt Wile figured he'd have a chance to play early, but he didn't realize he'd have to pick up the punting chores for a while, too.
Coaches are stressing to Denard Robinson that better footwork will lead to better accuracy in the passing game.