ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Michigan's new-look offensive line passed its first test. The next one is going to be much tougher.
After steamrolling Central Michigan 59-9 in the season opener, the 17th-ranked Wolverines face No. 14 Notre Dame in just the second night game in Michigan Stadium history.
The Wolverines had question marks coming into this season after replacing the three interior players on their offensive line. Jack Miller made his first start at center, while Graham Glasgow and Kyle Kalis debuted at guard. Miller is a redshirt sophomore, Glasgow is a former walk-on who only became a scholarship player last week, and Kalis is a redshirt freshman.
Behind them, and fifth-year senior tackles Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield, Michigan ran for 242 yards and six touchdowns.