Michigan Football: News, Schedule Analysis and More for 2011 Season

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Michigan Football: News, Schedule Analysis and More for 2011 Season
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The Michigan Wolverines averaged the most yards in the Big Ten last season with 488 per game. Unfortunately, that didn't result in many wins, as they finished a disappointing 7-6.

They enter the 2011 season with a Heisman hopeful at quarterback in Denard Robinson, who is one of the most explosive players in college football.

Michigan also has a new head coach in Brady Hoke, who was the MWC Coach of the Year last season.

He'll have his hands full.

This defense was one of the worst in the country last season, giving up 35 points per game on average. 

The Wolverines may have an extremely gifted athlete at the quarterback position, but it's going to take a lot more than that to compete in the Big Ten.

Stay tuned for your latest Michigan Wolverines news, notes and analysis.

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