Michigan football is back, and all of us here at The Michigan Daily are pleased to welcome you all back for another season of fall magic. As always, this will be a season of high expectations for the Wolverines. With talent and experience, they are poised for a run at the Sugar Bowl.

Janna Hutz

Join us on Saturdays when Football Saturday highlights the week that was and the day that will be. And enjoy our comprehensive day-to-day coverage, which promises to keep you up to date with the goings on of the Wolverines.

In this Kickoff 2003, we take an in depth look at the many weapons this team possesses, and what each player will have to do in order for the team to have a successful season.

For the first time since 2000, the Wolverines boast a notable quarterback-running back-wide receiver combination in John Navarre, Chris Perry and Braylon Edwards. The offensive line has developed into a cohesive unit over the past few years and is a force up front.

On defense, several key players have returned from injury and are eager to hit some people. The secondary, led by newly-appointed safety and the preseason Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, Marlin Jackson, is quick and athletic.

Michigan fans should all be looking forward to a promising season, and we’re here to bring you all the trials, tribulations and triumphs as they unfold.

Naweed Sikora * J. Brady McCollough

Courtney Lewis * Kyle O’Neill

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