- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
"Exit Interview" is a feature at WolverineNation where we chat with departing seniors from the Michigan football and men's basketball programs about their time in Ann Arbor in a Q&A format.
PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- He played a position with few statistics, usually fewer accolades and hardly any recognition. Former Michigan center David Molk seemed OK with that, too, throughout his four-year career with the Wolverines.
He ended up, though, as the brash-talking, program-leading center of Michigan's resurgence this season, anchoring an offensive line and winning the Rimington Award given to the nation's top center.
Center David Molk wasn't going to go out feeling like he had during his first couple of seasons at Michigan. So he took it upon himself to make sure the transition from Rich Rodriguez to Brady Hoke didn't cause any major problems.