WRs a pleasant surprise
Non-conference analysis: Devin Gardner getting comfortable at new position
Updated: September 27, 2012, 11:18 AM ETBy Michael Rothstein | WolverineNation
Over the next week, WolverineNation will be breaking down the good, the bad and what needs the most improvement with Michigan, position-by-position. Today, we look at the receivers -- what has been one of the most interesting positions on the Michigan roster over the past few seasons, and one that has been one of the biggest challenges for Brady Hoke and the rest of his coaching staff. ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- They were supposed to be a position full of question marks throughout the year, nary a single proven performer among them. The older players had question marks about size, speed or productivity. The one with the most potential was a converted quarterback, and the others had never played a meaningful snap. This was supposed to be Michigan's wide receiver group this season.
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