After watching the BTN Michigan preview yesterday, I found myself feeling like we have a really strong receiving core this year that could surprise a lot of people if we can get them the ball.
Regardless of who starts at QB, a lot has been made of the running game and how it must get better if we are going to have success. And given our improved offensive line and stable of running backs I think it will.
But a better line will also allow the QBs to have more time to throw. Add in the experience the QBs have hopefully gained in their decision making, and you could have the recipe for a dominant passing attack.
And I haven't even mentioned the biggest reason that we could be deadly through the air: the receivers. With Stonum/Hemingway/Roundtree on the outside, Odoms/Roundtree/TRob/Grady in the slot, and Koger/Webb at TE, I really feel like we have a deep, talented, and experienced group of guys that have yet to show their full potential.
The ideal situation IMO would be for an improved running game to really open things up downfield for either Denard, Tate, or both.
Anyway, what do you guys think?
(PS Sorry if this post didn't do anything but state obvious details. I just can't do anything right now except think about Michigan football.)