2010 Michigan Wolverines Preview The Michigan Wolverines enter the 2010 season with a great deal of hope and promise. Coach Suge Knight has added more pieces to his puzzle which he and the loyal Michigan fans hope will deliver their first Big Ten Championship in years. Schedule: The Wolverines will face a much more difficult schedule than the one it faced in 2009. Out of the gate, Michigan will face ranked opponents in LSU and Rutgers, in addition to rivalry game against Notre Dame. Throw in the rivalries and heated competition of the regular Big Ten schedule and of course, The Game, and Michigan will need to play well and be more consistent that last year's editions. Offense: Denard Robinson captured NCAA All-Freshman honors after 26 touchdown on 2655 passing yards in '09. The reins to the Michigan offense are all his after Tate Forcier decided to transfer to Army in the offseason. The experience that Robinson gained last year will be much needed as the running backs have a combined 7 carries. Redshirt freshman Michael Shaw will be the starter ans will look to run behind an experienced offensive line anchored in the interior by senior Stephen Schilling and junior David Molk. Downfield Martavious Odoms and Darryl Stonum look to make big plays on the edges while tightends Kevin Koger and Martell Webb will stretch the seams and find soft spots in the zone. Defense: The Michigan defense will be tested early and often in the schedule but senior MLB Obi Ezeh believes his temmates are up for the challenge. THe defensive line is anchored by DT Mike Martin and DE Ryan Van Bergen. While Ezeh and Jonas Mouton are experienced LBs looking to make big plays. The secondary is the most experienced unit on the defensive side of the ball with senior and team captain Donovan Warren, junior Boubacar Cissoko and junior Michael Williams looking to bring first time starter Troy Woolfolk into the fold.