So back in '97 it took a young man by the name of Charles Woodson to decide that he was tired of losing (although at that time it was somewhere in the range of 4 or so losses/year). He got so sick of losing that he elevated himself and the players around him to be bigger playmakers and to step up when we needed a big play. Not saying there is a Charles Woodson on this team I may not see another of those in my lifetime for Michigan. However which person or persons do you guys think would have the ability to put this team on their shoulders and surpass everyones expectations for a year? Offense I think Roundtree and Tate could do that. I'm clueless about the defense and who might be able to take a role and lead them. Thoughts?