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A Different Take On The Wolverines Offensive Line

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EAST HARTFORD, CT - SEPTEMBER 21: Taylor Lewan #77 of the Michigan Wolverines reacts in the 4th quarter against the Connecticut Huskies at Rentschler Field on September 21, 2013 in East Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

EAST HARTFORD, CT – SEPTEMBER 21: Taylor Lewan #77 of the Michigan Wolverines reacts in the 4th quarter against the Connecticut Huskies at Rentschler Field on September 21, 2013 in East Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

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By: Mike Stone
@stoney16

Michigan’s offensive line and its offensive coordinator has been raked over the coals the last few weeks and with good reason. The maize and blue have rushed for negative yards in their last two games and have looked more like a bad Pop Warner team than the winningest program in college football history.

Ty Duffy who writes for The Big Lead,penned a column that tries to explain the reasons for the sieve like offensive line.He makes some compelling arguments, but I am not sure Michigan fans have the patience to see if this bunch of young players can turn into a unit that would make even the old-time Michigan fans proud.
Click HERE to read the complete story.

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