ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan fans and players don't know if Denard Robinson will start at quarterback Saturday in Columbus, Ohio.
More important for the Wolverines, neither does anybody at Ohio State.
In his weekly news conference, Brady Hoke continued to play coy about his injured quarterback. Robinson played a "superback" role in Saturday's 42-17 win over Iowa, lining up at quarterback, running back and slot receiver. He never threw a pass.
Hoke acknowledged that Robinson isn't completely healed from the nerve damage sustained in his throwing elbow last month, but said he's able to do what he needs.
"Denard's getting better and better every day," Hoke said. "He's able to throw, and if we wanted him to start, he could do it right now."
So does that mean he'll start?
"That's still up in the air," Hoke said with a chuckle.
No matter where Robinson and Devin Gardner line up on the first play, the Buckeyes k...