Sunday, October 3, 2010

TWTW: Denard Robinson Saves Michigan Again, 42-35 At Indiana

((HT: WXIN-TV/Fox 59 Indianapolis))

Michigan drove down the field in the final 75 seconds, breaking a tie when Denard Robinson scored from four yards out to beat Indiana 42-35 in front of a sellout crowd at Memorial Stadium.

"I'm really disappointed for our kids," said Indiana head coach Bill Lynch. "I thought they had great effort and kept battling the whole time. We played a very, very good football team with some great players."

The freshman quarterback ((that would be Robinson)), considered an early front runner for the Heisman Trophy, finished with 217 yards rushing on 17 carries with two scores. He also went 10-of-16 for 277 yards and three TD's through the air.

That's almost another 500 yard all-purpose outing, kids...

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1 comment:

poker affiliate said...

Denard has turned an average Michigan team into a top team in the Big 10 and put him as the leading contender for the Heisman Trophy. The guy is putting up amazing stats this season already.