After two straight games of sub-par performance, most football pundits have pointed at two places where the Michigan Wolverines are struggling -- offensive line and quarterback.
The former's success can be a big indicator of the latter's success, and the Wolverines are making changes.
ESPN.com's Chantel Jennings reports that Brady Hoke is talking about making some changes to their offensive line, but indicated that Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield are safe.
It's anticipated that Hoke will make any adjustments following Tuesday's practice.
As for quarterback, saturdayblitz.com's
Monday's show that Hoke believes that Devin Gardner is just in a funk.
and feels that a week's rest should do
But Folsom thinks the biggest thing working against
"As soon as he gets in a rhythm, first two or three series, and he's hitting his throws and finding his receivers ... he'll have his confidence back," says Folsom. "He needs to get into those rhythms. He didn't find that against
Folsom adds that with some work, he feels
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