New offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier has been the topic of conversation among Michigan football fans since he replaced Al Borges in January. Last season’s 7-6 record, followed by the dismissal of Borges combined with quarterback Devin Gardner’s lingering injury, cast a pall over the Michigan offseason.
But now that spring practice is complete, discussion turns to the seven early enrollees who arrived on campus to get an early start on competition for next season.
Hopes are high in Ann Arbor that Michigan will rebound, but which early enrollees will help Michigan compete for the Big Ten championship next season?
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