Jim Harbaugh has seen his fair share of elite offensive line play. That trend in Ann Arbor isn’t going away anytime soon, and the Michigan offensive line might have had its best outing of the season against Nebraska.

During his Monday press conference, Harbaugh particularly noted that group for its dominance and unselfishness. Trevor Kegan and LaDarius Henderson particularly stood out for Harbaugh while noting that Trente Jones needs to get more action moving forward.

“O-line, dominant. Dominant offensive line against a really big defensive line. Those guys were big and physical. I thought our offensive line played extremely well, another group that’s playing really good, unselfish football,” said Harbaugh. “Trevor Keegan, LaDarius Henderson both had really good games. Drake (Nugent), (Karsen) Barnhart, Trente Jones — we gotta get Trente in the game more. He’s such a good player, so athletic. Might have to start playing a bit of a rotation if our guys are unselfish and will do, but it’s a real strength for us.”

After a couple of lackluster showings at home, Michigan provided a glimpse at how efficient and explosive the offense can be vs. Nebraska behind the offensive line. The Wolverines will need that unit to maintain its dominance throughout the heart of the B1G schedule.