Michigan football 2015 season preview

After what seems like an eternity, Michigan will open its season Thursday night when it faces Utah. Jim Harbaugh, the man of the hour, will be making his long-awaited Wolverines coaching debut.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Linebackers

That’s because Jake Ryan, arguably the best defensive player for Michigan this decade, won’t be donning a winged helmet. The four-year starter for the Wolverines was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Defensive line

As strong as Michigan’s defense has been this decade, it has struggled pressuring opposing quarterbacks. The Wolverines will need a defensive line with this trait to take the next step towards elitism as a unit.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Defensive backs

Michigan’s defensive weakness in 2014 may be becoming one of its strengths as the 2015 season quickly approaches.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Tight ends, fullbacks

Take a look at Michigan’s tight ends and fullbacks; you’ll be seeing them more than usual this season.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Wide receivers

Michigan’s thinest position last year is even thinner in 2015 with leading-receiver Devin Funchess (733 yards, four touchdowns) in the NFL.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Running backs

After an atrocious 2013 season, Michigan showed improvement in its running game last year. Former five-star talent Derrick Green experienced a long awaited breakout, while homebred star Drake Johnson carried the load in November.

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Michigan Football 2015 positional preview: Quarterbacks

Michigan has 10 quarterbacks on its roster, including six on scholarship. It had eight passers during spring practice with Shane Morris being the lone with game experience.

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Michigan Football Positional Preview: Gallon gone, but blossoming star Funchess enters receiving role

Jeremy Gallon completed one of the best careers for a wide receiver in Michigan football history last season. But Michigan’s revamped receiving corps appears to be vastly improved than with the holder of several team and conference receiving records donning the maize and blue.

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