Some say that, entering the 2020 season, Michigan football is too inexperienced along the offensive line to be able to contend. However, that’s something of a misnomer.

Sure, the Wolverines return but one starter from 2019 in Jalen Mayfield, who opted back in after opting out of the season when the Big Ten had planned to postpone 2020 to spring of 2021. But, depending on who wins starting jobs, several others have playing experience, starting or otherwise.

“That’s what you want to have, is a little depth,” Warinner said. “A. For injuries, but then in this year, with what (is) going on with the pandemic, you may lose some guys to that. And you don’t know when that’s gonna happen. And we have enough depth where we shouldn’t get shut down and not be able to participate or play or have a good lineup out there.”

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