ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno hasn’t met with media since early on in spring practice.
Now just two practices away from completion, including Saturday’s spring game, Drevno is pleased with the progress he’s seen but noted there’s so much more for his offense to learn by the time the season rolls around.
“We installed quite a bit,” Drevno said. “We threw a lot at them. There’s times we do that as coaches to keep everybody on their toes because we’re not going to be one dimensional, we’re going to do what’s best that suits us to be successful against our opponents. There’s different things we’ll throw at them through the system.”
“As offensive coaches we’ve got a lot more,” added Drevno. “I couldn’t give you a percentage on that but there’s quite a bit and there’s more to be coming.”
Drevno addressed the progress on the offensive line, his strategy for the spring game draft, and more in the video below.