Now that Jim Harbaugh has officially taken over at Michigan, the real work begins.
And there's one recruit out there that many Michigan fans are itching to get back in the fold: Cass Tech running back Mike Weber.
Weber, considered one of the nation's top high-school backs, decommitted from Michigan this fall as Brady Hoke's tenure was coming to an end, and then quickly committed to Michigan's chief rival, Ohio State.
So, does that still stand?
"I'm pretty solid on Ohio State," Weber told USA Today in San Antonio, where he's getting ready to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. "I mean, I don't know. I'm going to respect him and I know he'll try to recruit me. I'm going to respect him and listen to what he has to say, but I'm pretty solid."
Ohio State is getting ready to play Alabama in the College Football Playoff. That's not lost on Weber.
"I mean, why would I leave a team that is in it for a national championship?" Weber told USA Today. "I'm pretty solid on Ohio State."