The Wolverine

September 2021

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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18 THE WOLVERINE SEPTEMBER 2021 BY JOHN BORTON M ichigan takes the field against Western Michigan on Sept. 4, driven by an of- fense determined to stop playing from behind. That takes all hands on deck, but those with hands on the ball want to take the lead there — literally and figuratively. "We all gained a valuable lesson," offensive coordinator Josh Gattis said, regarding U-M's frustrating struggle to 2-4 in 2020. "There were a lot of things to be learned from last year. "It's driven us in a unique direction in leadership, as we've talked about with our players, and it's also made us realize we can't take anything for CAMP UPDATE: OFFENSE OFFENSE The Picture Comes Into Focus For Michigan's Ball-Movers Redshirt freshman Cade McNamara solidified his hold on the starting quarterback job during fall camp. PHOTO BY LON HORWEDEL

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