Receivers struggle to find rhythm

ANN ARBOR, Mich. --
Michigan is still more than 1,000 yards behind where it was in receiving yardage at the end of last season.

The reasons are many: new coordinator, new scheme, an oft-erratic quarterback, dropped passes.

Still, Michigan's leader in receptions through 12 games has only 31. Its leader in receiving yards hasn't even hit 600. It doesn't have a wide receiver with more than three touchdown catches; the leader is a tight end with four.