Michigan played its spring game three weeks ago.
The defensive line looked sharp, the offensive line looked off balance and Devin Gardner, the quarterback, wasn't very impressive.
That's about it, really.
Fall can't come soon enough.
This spring, unlike the past few, has been relatively uneventful and devoid of positive excitement for the Wolverines, who absolutely need to win nine games in 2014 to satisfy their hungry fanbase.
This slideshow will hit some of the topics from the spring game. But it'll also take a look at other lessons and information that we have learned during recent weeks.