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Michigan Wolverines Deep Threat Possibilities In 2009

Article By on 13th August, 2009

... to succeed, and play at a high level. Every good or complete team needs to tackle well, block well, throw well, run well, and catch well.

The game of football ultimately comes down to fundamentals and execution, which is something that Michigan often lacked in 2008. We could tackle for three quarters, and then give up huge gains, and run block for a half and then appear totally helpless.

Passing and route running were also inconsistent due to inexperience. All in all, 2009 is shaping up to be better for Michigan in basically all aspects including a vertical passing game. The question is who will emerge as a deep threat? There are a handful of candidates on this year's team, and they are as follows

1) Junior Hemingway
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