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The Michigan Insider was granted access to Schembechler Hall to gather intel for our spring preview.

How important to the offensive line's chemistry is it for Mason Cole to rep mostly at the spot that he is likely to play in the fall? New Michigan tackles and tight ends coach Greg Frey shares the answer.

I set up shop in Schembechler Hall this week for several days and over 12 hours gathering intel on the team heading into spring ball. Big thanks to Jim Harbaugh for all the access. I had extended time with every coach, new player Director of Player Personnel Sean Magee, and Jim's right hand man J.T. Rogan. I received a TON of great insight that we'll share in the days leading up to spring ball. A portion of the interviews will be heard on my show on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA, and there will be written stories to correspond to those excerpts so no one here will miss anything. As a matter of fact, you will get more because the some of the hottest dish will appear here on TheMichiganInsider.com. Tentatively the plan is to start dropping content Wednesday since the next couple of days will be focused on on the B1G & NCAA Tournaments.  In the meantime, I'll be answering some of the questions that you guys posed through me for the coaches to whet your appetite for what's to come.

Check out The Victor's Club message board for Sam Webb's blog, Pre Spring Ball Intel: The Cole Strategy (Spring Edition)


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