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Michigan has put Denard Robinson back in the starting lineup.
The senior lined up at running back in his final home game and gained 3 yard on a toss sweep the first time the 23rd-ranked Wolverines were on offense Saturday against Iowa.
Devin Gardner made his third straight start at quarterback in place of Robinson, who has been out with nerve damage in his right elbow.
Robinson caught a pass on Michigan's second snap for a gain of 4 yards.
Robinson later took a shotgun snap and handed the ball off as a quarterback. Then, he got a handoff from Gardner and made an option pitch to Fitzgerald Toussaint for a first down. Fitzgerald was injured on the play and was carted off the field with a brace on his left leg.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Devin Gardner is still the quarterback at Michigan at least most of the time.
Gardner was the star of Michigan's 42-17 victory over Iowa, running for three touchdowns and throwing for three more, but Denard Robinson's new role might have been the bigger story.
In a scheme drawn up by offensive coordinator Al Borges, Robinson returned from injury to...
The Hawkeyes are playing vanilla football and Michigan has found a way to deal with the injury of Denard Robinson and still get it done. This game seems pretty cut and dry on paper but here are three bold predictions for this game that might surprise you!Michigan loses this game if Robinson playsAll you have to do is look at the 2010 Hawkeyes win over Michigan and know that Iowa...
Michigan scored touchdowns on its first six drives and Devin Gardner had a career day as Michigan routed an Iowa team that had beaten it the past three seasons. Denard Robinson played his last game ever in the Big House, and boy was it a good one.
Michigan 42 – Iowa 17
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Devin Gardner accounted for six touchdowns to help No. 23 Michigan rout Iowa 42-17 Saturday.
The Wolverines (8-3, 6-1 Big Ten) weren't stopped on offense by the hapless Hawkeyes (4-7, 2-5) until Gardner threw an interception early in the fourth quarter.
Gardner threw three touchdowns and ran for three scores. He became the first Michigan quarterback to account for six TDs since...
Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint was sent to a hospital for surgery soon after sustaining a serious injury to his left leg.
Coach Brady Hoke declined to give details after the No. 23 Wolverines beat Iowa 42-17 Saturday.
Toussaint's left leg -- between his ankle and knee -- snapped gruesomely as he was tackled by two Hawkeyes on Michigan's first possession and...
Michigan’s starting running back Fitzgerald Toussaint was carted off the field after this apparent ankle injury. It looks like it’s fractured, but I’m sure all Michigan fans, are hoping that it isn’t that severe. We’ll keep you posted as we get more information.
It was a beat down. Not only was it a beat down in the Big House last Saturday, it was a beat down that was long, long, over due.
Iowa had beaten the Wolverines for three straight years. While that is an anomaly, it occurred. Once again, there are certain things that championship teams simply do not do.
Allowing teams to beat you consistently is one of those things. The Wolverines...
The University of Michigan football program will be featured in a 13-minute segment aired on CBS’ 60 Minutes this Sunday, Nov. 18, at approximately 7:30 p.m. EST, following the networks NFL doubleheader. The feature hosted by Armen Keteyian looks at the business of college football.
Athletic Director Dave Brandon, head football coach Brady Hoke, quarterback Denard Robinson and...
Michigan is still playing for the Big Ten Legends Division title and after a 14 yard run that put the Wolverines inside the Iowa 15 yard line their chances took a big hit as star running back Fitzgerald Toussaint went down hard and funny on that 14 yard run, suffering a nasty injury to his leg:
That injury saw him in air cast and off to the UM Medical Center via ambulance...
Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint was sent to a
hospital for surgery soon after sustaining a serious injury to his
Last night, in a relatively rare televised NCAA game that featured two Ranger prospects, Steven Fogarty’s Notre Dame Fighting Irish bested Boo Nieves’ Michigan Wolverines by a score of 3-1. Both Nieves and Fogarty were held scoreless, but Nieves was on the ice for two of the Irish goals. Both teams will play again tonight in the second game of their back-to-back series.
Zak Irvin, Mark Donnal and Derrick Walton are officially Michigan Wolverines. The trio of 2013 prospects made their commitments official this week by signing letters of intent. Donnal and Irvin signed their letters on Wednesday while Walton signed his at his school on Friday afternoon.
Michigan’s recruiting class is regarded as top-15 nationally in the class of 2013 and all three...
GoBlueWolverine's Tom Beaver and Kyle Bogenschutz as well as former Michigan football player Stan Edwards discuss the Wolverine's 42-17 win over Iowa including thoughts on the use of Denard Robinson, the play of Devin Gardner and look ahead to the season ending match-up at Ohio State.
Michigan's football program has 23 seniors who will go out as winners, a far cry from their first season.
''I wish I had been under this coaching staff for four years,'' Wolverines defensive tackle Will Campbell said.
Campbell came to campus during the Rich Rodriguez era and is finishing up under Brady Hoke. He and the other fourth-year players were one game...