EDIT: Updating list to encompass suggestions from the thread...
Good idea per TheTeamx3: Someone with a lot of time should assemble this all Michigan team on madden and sim a season.
Reading the NFL Wolverines breakdown got me to thinking, could an all-Michigan alumni team be competitive in the NFL? Where would they fall in the 0-16 to 16-0 range? Depth is obviously an issue, so let's assume we live in a happy world where injuries are just fanciful things that only exist in our imagination. This also means Koger is healthy this year.
RB and OL are our biggest concerns. We'd have to shift a center over to guard, or do some similar movement on the line.
As a follow up, what other teams could make the claim? USC and ...? Texas? OSU and Bama don't have QB's for the league. Nobody can really claim a two-deep without any holes. Michigan may have the most evenly spread talent in the league.
I'm sure I'm not the first to bring up this notion on this site, but I haven't seen a thread like this at all. So here is my tentative two deep for the good guys:
Brandon Minor (?)
Mike Hart (?)
ummm... Chris Perry or BJ Askew (???)
Steve Watson (?)
Stevie Brown (still amazes me that this is real)
Zoltan F. Mesko
- Jim Harbaugh, HC
- Cam Cameron, OC/QB
- Bill Sheridan, DC
- Mike DeBord/Terry Malone: WR/TE
- Harold Goodwin/Andy Moeller (option 1): OL
- Jerald Ingram, RB
- Mike Trgovac, DL
- Jim Herrmann/Andy Moller (option 2), LB
- Teryl Austin, DB