So John Navarre turned out to be a
pretty darned good quarterback after all. In 2002, Navarre set single-season
school records for attempts, completions, yardage and 200-yard passing games. He
threw 21 touchdown passes and just seven INTs. In 2003, he will join Rick Leach
as the only Michigan quarterbacks to start four season-openers. Thousand-yard
receiver Braylon Edwards also returns, and watch out for redshirt freshman
wideout Steve Breaston. Tailback Chris Perry, the hero of Michigan's 38–30
Outback Bowl win over Florida, will run behind four returning starters on the
offensive line, including All-Big Ten performers in tackle Tony Pape and guard
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