Michigan heads to Minnesota this week with more questions than answers on offense.
The Wolverines have gone two straight games without scoring a touchdown - a first since the early 1960s - and they played the second half of Saturday's 23-9 loss to Nebraska without quarterback Denard Robinson.
Robinson injured a nerve in his right (throwing) elbow late in the first half, leaving him unable to grip the football. Robinson sustained a similar injury against Illinois two weeks ago, and coach Brady Hoke said it only heals with rest.
Hoke said he wasn't concerned about Robinson's availability this Saturday. A Michigan spokesman said Sunday that Hoke wouldn't address Robinson's status again until Monday.
The Wolverines (5-3, 3-1 Big Ten), who dropped out of the Top 25, share first place in the Legends Division with Nebraska, but the Cornhuskers own the tiebreaker.
Robinson has accounted for two-thirds of his team's yards, so his absence creates a huge strain on the offense. But even wi...