ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Opposing teams put up more than 250 yards passing per game on the Michigan secondary in 2010. After playing without Troy Woolfolk and J.T. Floyd for all or most of last season, the Michigan secondary looked to step up this season by corralling opposing team's passing games and becoming respected by the Big Ten.
With new coach Brady Hoke running things, the defense has become a focus. And any team's defensive success relies heavily on production in the back with the secondary.
But where does the secondary stand now? What have the corners and safeties done well, and where are they struggling? What needs to improve the most as Michigan moves forward in the Big Ten schedule?