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The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com
Van Bergen, senior class stepping up as leaders
By TIM ROHAN in general. It starts there to be
Daily Sports Editor honest with you. There's a pride
those guys are starting to feel as
Several weeks ago, when asked a defense and an expectation of
who had emerged as a leader how they want to play."
for the Michigan football team, Players like Van Bergen, Her-
Brady Hoke wouldn't name ron, Cam Gordon, J.B. Fitzgerald,
names. Jordan Kovacs and even Carvin
On Wednesday, he sang like a Johnson have been outspoken in
canary. liningup correctly.
"I think Kevin Koger, being One of those senior leaders is
one," Hoke said. " I thinkBrandon leading by example and taking
Herron being younger players aside to teach.
one. I think NOTEBOOK It's the same leader Michigan
Ryan Van Ber- Athletic Director Dave Brandon
gen has come to light a little bit met with when the whole coach-
more. I think with David (Molk) ing change was taking place -
missingso much, it's hard for him Van Bergen.
to assert himself But some of "I think there are a bunch
those guys, some of those seniors, of guys jumping in and helping
are doing a nice job." other guys out," Hoke said. "Van
And it's made an impact on the Bergen is a guy who has played
defensive side of the ball. Hoke a lot of football here, and has
said one of the more encourag- understood maybe some of the
ing developments has been how differences that might be there
everyone's talking when they're in how they played in years past.
on the field - as simple as that But he's a guy who's always try-
sounds. ing to coach up a younger guy, try
"There's a better communica- and help him along. So that's an
tion throughout the defense," important part of it."
Hoke said. "When you have to The 6-foot-6, 283-pound defen-
change a front or check a cover- sive end is comfortable playing in
age, to some point making sure the defense he was recruited to
everyone's on the same page play in at Michigan.
with good technique. That's why
he's a good football player. And he
loves the game."
Hoke added that Barnum has
been as consistent as any offen-
sive lineman this spring.
Barnum is also one of the play-
ers Hoke has moved around on
the line, which is important if
Hoke settles on a set group of
linemen he can rely on.
"You'll have seven guys, prob-
ably or eight guys that are going
to be kinda the nucleus of the
group," Hoke said. "When you
do that, they have to be multiple
(positions) to some degree."
For Barnum, that has meant
playing offensive tackle at times
this spring, while fifth-year senior
Mark Huyge has played both
tackle positions. And redshirt
junior guard Patrick Omameh,
who has received plenty of praise
from Hoke, has played some right
Versatility is a priority for
"I think that's important,"
Hoke said. "Some of them have
adjusted well and they've done a
good job with (it). Ricky's adjust-
ed the most from. guard out to
tackle, and then back into guard.
He's handled it well and done a
good job. Patrick (Omameh) has
been outa little bit at right tackle.
He's more - and I think the same
can be said for Ricky - the more
fitting positions are at the guards
SPRING GAME DROPOUTS:
Several players expected to be
key contributors will miss Satur-
day's spring gdme due to injury.
Hoke said Demens, Troy Wool-
folk, J.T. Floyd and Taylor Lewan
will be out.
However, Mike Shaw and
David Molk have been practicing
and are expected to play in the
Hoke also gave an update on
the recoveries of the two poten-
tial starting cornerbacks, Wool-
folk and Floyd.
"The only thing (Woolfolk) has
done is very little," Hoke said.
"He's done a lot of alternate con-
ditioning. He's done a lot of work-
ingout. He's done someindividual
drills ... He maybe has taken a few
snaps of one-on-one, a few snaps
in seven-on-seven. But any live
bullets? He hasn't played.
"Floyd is behind in his recov-
ery compared to where Woolfolk
Fifth-year senior Ryan Van Bergen is one of the seniors who has taken a hands
on approach as a leader this spring,
"I think Ryan's done a really
good job," said Hoke, who then
paused, gathering his thoughts.
"I think he gets it."
RICKY'S ROLLING: When
springstarted, redshirt junior left
guard RickyBarnum was the only
offensive player with big shoes to
Four-year starter and captain
Steve Schilling is gone. He is,
really, the only main contributor
lost on offense. Barnum has done
everything he can to help ease the
"Ricky's a good football play-
er," Hoke said. "He's a tough kid
and he's a smart kid and he plays
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