Rich Rodriguez coached the last two seasons with players that weren't recruited for his schemes.
With 15 returning starters and a crop of Rich Rod recruited players, he is out of excuses if he doesn't improve on 2009's 5-7 record.
With a true quarterback battle still being played out in Ann Arbor, the Wolverine faithful have a lot to look forward to for fall camp.
Sophomores Tate Forcier and Denard Robinson will continue to compete into the season, with highly-touted freshman Devin Gardner possibly throwing his name into the competition.
Five of the top six receivers should benefit from whomever manages to pull ahead in the quarterback race.
Junior defensive end Ryan Van Bergen had five sacks last year and will be a major factor in the run stopping defense if they intend to improve on last year's 172 yards per game.
The secondary loses cornerback Donovan Warren, but returns everyone else. If the secondary helps to improve on last year's minus-12 turnovers, Michigan could be a dangerous team in 2010.
The Wolverines play a tougher schedule this year, but with a more experienced team and several key home games, there should be no reason why they won't be Bowl eligible.