Michigan Football: 5 Biggest Concerns Heading into the Offseason

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Michigan Football: 5 Biggest Concerns Heading into the Offseason
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Michigan must iron out its passing game in 2014. Jehu Chesson could help solve issues.

Losing 31-14 to Kansas State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl was just the tip of the iceberg for the Michigan Wolverines, who have several adjustments to make and concerns to address before even thinking of contending for a 2014 Big Ten title. 

This past year's 7-6 skid dashed preseason expectations that included winning a division championship, downing Ohio State and rattling off two in a row versus Michigan State. 

Not one of those three goals came to fruition, despite a somewhat encouraging offensive display during a 42-41 season-ending loss to the Buckeyes at The Big House. 

Now, it is back to the drawing board. Team 134 fell short.

If Team 135 wants to avoid a similar outcome in Ann Arbor, coach Brady Hoke must correct lingering issues prior to spring practice. 

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