November 17, 2012
Denard Robinson plays a new role in his final home game
For days leading up to Saturday's game, speculation ran rampant: would he or wouldn't he play?
Denard Robinson, arguably the most incredible athlete in Michigan football history, had missed each of the past two games after suffering an arm injury in the first half against Nebraska Oct. 27, and his farewell to The Big House may have been from the sidelines, wearing a headset, holding a clipboard while he watched his teammates perform. It didn't seem fair. He deserved better.
Behind the scenes, the Wolverines were more optimistic, and with Robinson limited throwing the football, they began to cook up something original - the senior at running back and wide receiver. Whatever it took to put him on the field and utilize his talent.
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