Found February 04, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
It’s quite odd that this hasn’t been made public until Monday early afternoon when the game was played Saturday night.  But, it has and now the Big Ten will have to delve into whether Michigan freshman forward Glenn Robinson III punched/elbowed Indiana guard Jordan Hulls Saturday. #3 Indiana took down #1 Michigan in Bloomington 81-73.  The play in question happened after a Michigan basket.  Notice in the left of the video as GRIII turns to head back up court.  You can definitely see contact with Hulls’ head, but you can’t clearly see if there was any malice behind it. Do I believe it is suspension-worthy?  I do.  A game or two would suffice for me.  Robinson was obviously flustered Saturday as he shot 1-6 from the field for a season/career low two points. Here’s the video.  Tell us what you think:

Wolverines' Robinson refutes punch talk

Two days after Michigans loss at Indiana, Wolverines freshman Glenn Robinson III finds himself in the middle of a controversy. Robinson wasnt even called for a foul on the play, but video shows that his left hand hit Indianas Jordan Hulls in the face during an incident following a basket. Some are saying Robinson went so far as to punch Hulls. Robinson responded Monday afternoon...

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