Regardless of Coach, Michigan Returns a Lot

VIDEO: Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz take a closer look at what Michigan returns on both sides of the ball in 2015 regardless of what coach might be manning the sidelines in Ann Arbor.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Brady Hoke said it following Michigan's 42-28 loss at Ohio State Saturday, that the Wolverines return a heck of a lot heading into the 2015 season.

Sure, Devin Gardner is gone and Devin Funchess might vault to the NFL while defensively Jake Ryan graduates as well, but beyond that 50 of 56 guys in Michigan's two deep will be back in Ann Arbor a year from now.

Will Hoke have the opportunity to coach them? That remains to be seen.

Either way, Michigan will be in search of a quarterback that can play with some consistency but the progress made by the offensive and defensive lines can't be ignored.

Josh Newkirk and Kyle Bogenschutz take a closer look at what Michigan returns in 2015 as everyone awaits the decision on Hoke's future.


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