The excitement level in Ann Arbor for the 2012 football season is at an all time high and there are many reasons for this.
Prior to the 2011 season, the Michigan Wolverines football program was once again under new leadership as Brady Hoke was hired to replace current Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez.
Coach Hoke immediately went to work by hiring a great staff, implementing new schemes to fit the current talent level, and assembling a top 10 national recruiting class.
Most college football experts including a majority of Michigan fans believed that the program would once again be subject to a readjustment period.
In other words, no one expected the Wolverines to post an 11-2 record which included wins over Notre Dame, Nebraska, Ohio State, and Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl.
Therefore, the high expectations have been set for the 2012 season which begins in Dallas against National Champion Alabama and ends in Columbus against the Urban Meyer's led Buckeyes.
The following slideshow depicts 10 items that Michigan fans would like to see happen during the 2012 season.