- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
WolverineNation continues breaking down the good, the bad and what needs the most improvement with Michigan, position-by-position. Today, we look at the offensive line.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It was a group that knew it would take a little bit of time to figure everything out, for things to come together how they would like. Such is football when new starters enter an offensive line and are playing next to each other.
So far this season, Michigan has seen that. For every positive, there has been an equal area of concern. Yet there have been areas of improvement which showed up against Notre Dame last Saturday, specifically in the second half with Michigan's ability to block well for both the run and the pass.
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