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Michigan football offensive lineman says UM has one goal: a national title

The Michigan Wolverines and their stellar offensive line are coming for it all in 2023.



Michigan football, Trevor Keegan, Michigan State, tunnel fight
Dec 31, 2022; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Michigan Wolverines offensive lineman Trevor Keegan (77) against the TCU Horned Frogs during the 2022 Fiesta Bowl at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Over the past two seasons, the Michigan Wolverines have come quite close to winning two College Football Playoff titles, yet came up empty both times. Still, from 2021-2022, the Wolverines have compiled a 25-3 record, two Big Ten Championships, two wins over Ohio State, two top-3 finishes, and more. Despite this recent success, star Michigan football offensive lineman Trevor Keegan says that it is not enough, and in 2023, Michigan has one major goal: win a national championship.

Michigan football offensive lineman claims its natty or bust for the Wolverines in 2023

Michigan fans are getting used to the good life right now. The Wolverines are not only winning titles, but also dominating their division, the Big Ten itself, and have been one game away from the program’s first-ever national title game for two years in a row. This fall, Michigan could have its best roster under Jim Harbaugh, and will be making a push for the program’s first championship since 1997.

According to two-time All-Big Ten selection and two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection Trevor Keegan, this year is natty or bust in Ann Arbor. “I think the culmination of everyone on the team and the staff, there’s just one goal in mind,” the star Michigan football offensive lineman said after the Wolverines’ annual spring game on Saturday. “And it’s just to win and it’s to win a national championship and I think we’re on a really good trajectory right now.”

On top of all of Michigan’s other accomplishments, the Michigan football offensive line has also won back-to-back Joe Moore Awards, which are given annually to the nation’s top offensive line unit. Keegan — who was a starter on both Joe Moore Award-wining lines in Ann Arbor — looks to lead the Wolverines back to the promised land with another win over Ohio State and Big Ten title this fall; if all goes well, Keegan will leave Ann Arbor as one of the most-decorated offensive linemen in Michigan football history.

The goal for the Wolverines this year is simple: take the next step and win the 2023-24 national championship — anything less simply won’t do for the players, coaches, and fans of Michigan football.

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