Michigan Football 2013 Spring Game: Live Analysis, Notes and Recap

Jonathan McDanalContributor IIIApril 13, 2013

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 03:  Denard Robinson #16 of the Michigan Wolverines rolls out of the pocket behind the blocking of Taylor Lewan #77 against the Virginia Tech Hokies during the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 3, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Michigan's spring game is finished.

Blue: 19, Maize 2 The red-zone drill portion of the game was lucrative for the Blue squad. (Red-zone drills are also one of the big reasons that score isn't kept.)

Michigan's defense appeared ready, and the spring game helped the coaches iron out some wrinkles in the offensive and defensive lines. Michigan looks prepared to make a run at the Big Ten title, if the spring game is any indication.

There were a lot of great things happening on the field this afternoon. The offense found its go-to players at almost every position, and the defense looked like it already improved since 2012.

Michigan fans got a sweet taste of 2013, and the Rose Bowl certainly didn't look out of reach for the Wolverines. Go Blue!