Continuity and chemistry are vital for solid offensive line play, but Michigan might see a shakeup this weekend, in part because of injury, after two games.

The No. 23 Wolverines (1-1) play at No. 13 Indiana (2-0) on Saturday. Kickoff is at noon.

The play of Michigan’s offensive line, including Chuck Filiaga (66), dipped in the loss to Michigan State. Michigan had to replace four offensive line starters entering this season and after a strong start in the opener at Minnesota, the line play dipped in the loss to Michigan State last Saturday. A week after Michigan rushed for 256 yards — 8.3 per carry — and five touchdowns, the Wolverines gained 152 yards (4.5 per carry) and scored three rushing touchdowns in the 27-24 loss.

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