Happy Sunday! Each week moving forward, we will open a Sunday thread that piggybacks off of the Saturday staff roundtable that we post. This week’s prompt was a simple question about what some of us think the biggest Michigan Football question is heading into the tail end of the offseason.
Here was my response:
Anthony Broome: Michigan’s offensive identity remains the biggest question for me despite how bad the defense was last year. The offense under Josh Gattis has struggled just as often as it has been successful, a lot of which has to do with inconsistency at quarterback. The run game has a hard time finding rhythm sometimes because of how frequently they have rotated backs and a true No. 1 receiver never emerged last year. Even when they did have one (Nico Collins), his targets were fewer than they should have been. What is it that they do well and build around? That is what must be established in the lead-up to the season.
Tell us in the comments below what your biggest Michigan football question is. We’d also love to hear your thoughts around the Big Ten and college football as a whole!