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This is, by far, priority No. 1. Not only for this offense, but the entire team. Heck, I'd even go as far as to say that this could make or break Michigan's entire season.
If this unit comes together the way some are expecting, then this could wind up being a very, very special season.
If not, then we could see something similar to last year's disappointment.
Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield are absolutely fine as the bookends on this line; the key is the interior. Ben Braden and Kyle Kalis are likely to wind up starting at left and right guard, respectively, but both are redshirt freshmen and have never played a snap in college.
Those two aren't the biggest question marks, though. That lies at center, the most important position on the entire line. Jack Miller is the likely starter, but only by default.
His biggest competition comes from two walk-ons in Graham Glasgow and Joey Burzynski, and incoming freshman Patrick Kugler.
Darrell Funk deserves the majority of the blame for last year's mess on the offensive line, not Al Borges, but both men will have a huge opportunity to quiet their critics this season.
And it all starts on the offensive line.