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Michigan’s offensive line came to play vs. Minnesota. Here’s what went right –

The Wolverines rushed for 256 yards in their 49-24 win over Minnesota.



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When we spoke to Ed Warinner last week, he sounded optimistic about what was brewing up front.
Michigans third-year offensive line coach acknowledged that he had a new group of starters (minus right tackle Jalen Mayfield), but pointed to their familiarity. Center Andrew Vastardis is in his fifth year at Michigan, while guards Chuck Filiaga and Andrew Stueber are both in their fourth years. These are players who have been around the program a while now. Not only are they familiar with Warinner and…

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