New coordinators feature attacking philosophy
After losing four of five games it led in the fourth quarter last season, Michigan spent the spring searching for solutions.
Coach Lloyd Carr broke out the magnifying glass and discovered that the mystery of what happened to the 2005 preseason No. 3 team is really no deeper than the neighborhood kiddie pool.
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