|The past and the future: Former Michigan star Chris Perry (left) chats with future Michigan back Kevin Grady. Grady recently graduated from East Grand Rapids High School and immediately enrolled at Michigan, allowing him to make the trip west.||The future, from left: Sophomore offensive lineman Adam Kraus, freshmen offensive linemen Alex Mitchell, Brett Gallimore, freshman running back Max Martin, freshman tight end Mike Massey, and freshman running back Mike Hart leave the field after Saturday's Rose Bowl.|
|The Wolverines gather around junior safety Jacob Stewart (28) before warm-ups at the Rose Bowl.||Vintage U.S. Air Force planes fly over the Rose Bowl during opening ceremonies before Saturday's game.|
|Michigan freshman running back Max Martin carries the ball during the Rose Bowl game. Martin had three rushes for 18-yards during the game.||Michigan freshman wide-receiver Doug Dutch makes a catch during Rose Bowl warm-ups. Dutch red-shirted this year and looks to get playing time next season.|
|Michigan running back Kevin Grady observes warm-up drills before Saturday's Rose Bowl.||Grady will be joining current freshman Chad Henne (No. 7) and Mike Hart (No. 20) in the Wolverine backfield for 2005.|
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