Michigan Football: Initial Predictions for the Wolverines’ 2017 Depth Chart

Posted by Greg Wallace on January-11-2017 Add Comments

For Michigan football and head coach Jim Harbaugh, 2016 was a season of great highs and unrealized goals. The Wolverines improved again in Harbaugh’s second season in Ann Arbor, winning 10 games and finishing No. 10 nationally in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll.

But following a 9-0 start that put the College Football Playoff within reach, Michigan finished 1-3 to end the year, with losses to Iowa, Ohio State and Florida State. The defeats came by a total of five combined points, with a double-overtime loss to the Buckeyes likely separating the Wolverines from a playoff bid.

Harbaugh has high goals, but to take another step forward in 2017, he'll have to reload. W...

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