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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- This wasn't supposed to be the way Denard Robinson's story ended at Michigan.
After Robinson set an NCAA record for rushing yards by a quarterback as a sophomore, he was going to battle for a Heisman Trophy -- possibly more than one -- and end his career as one of the most-celebrated players ever in college football.
Instead, even as the program has jumped back to national relevance under Brady Hoke, Robinson finds himself going into his last game at Michigan in search of a way to get on the field.
After missing time with an elbow injury, Robinson returned to the team as a superback against Iowa and Ohio State. He was used as a run-only quarterback, a running back and a slot receiver.
That worked brilliantly against humble Iowa on Nov. 17, when he rushed for almost 100 yards and distracted the Hawkeyes defense on every play. But Hoke and Al Borges went away from the scheme against Ohio State, and Robinson was benched for most of the fourth quarter in...
BEST OF MAXIM
Hopkins at 2012 media day.
Tweeted out during Hoke's presser today...
Stephen Hopkins has left the team.
— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) December 3, 2012
And then Hopkins himself...
I love the University of Michigan and everything it means to be a Michigan Man. I look forward to getting my degree.
— Stephen Hopkins (@younghopkins) December 3, 2012
The BCS 18th ranked Michigan Wolverines (8-4, 6-2 Big Ten) will be making their second consecutive bowl appearance under the leadership of coach Brady Hoke in as many years and for the second year they will play a bowl game in January.
The Wolverines were selected to play in the Outback Bowl on January 1st down in Tampa, Florida and the team will face the South Carolina Gamecocks ...
Michigan junior fullback Stephen Hopkins has left the team.
Wolverines coach Brady Hoke made the announcement Monday, but declined further comment.
Hopkins started in four of eight games this year and didn't get the ball once. He had 48 carries for 194 yards rushing and four touchdowns in his first two seasons.
No. 19 Michigan is preparing to play No. 11 South Carolina in...
John Beilein spoke with the media on Monday about his team’s first road win, what they need to do to close out games more soundly, Caris LeVert’s role and more. You can watch using the embedded media player below or read pulled quotes after the jump.
Opening statement: “So here we are again. It’s very common now to have a day off and a two-day prep and then no day off...
Mitch McGary and Trey Burke met with the media after Michigan’s 32 point win over Western Michigan. McGary added a career high 10 points while Burke poured in an efficient 20 points on 11 shots and handed out seven assists. Watch the interviews in the embedded media players below.
Michigan never started the game slowly but it didn’t matter as the Wolverines cruised past Western Michigan by a score of 73-41 for its eighth straight victory to start the season. Trey Burke paced the Wolverines with 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting with 7 assists, three steals and no turnovers. Nik Stauskas added 11 while Mitch McGary chipped in a career high 10...
Michigan’s sophomore floor general, Trey Burke, has been the nice, steady hand John Beilein loves for his offense. Tuesday night, in a win over Western Michigan, Burke continued his efficient ways.
Michigan sophomore point guard Trey Burke discusses his performance Tuesday
night, the importance of taking a charge, and what he was seeing on the floor in
the win over Western Michigan.
For the second consecutive week, University of Michigan men's basketball guard Nik Stauskas has been named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week, the conference office announced today.
Michigan Head Coach John Beilein grins talking about the options and approach of the #3 Wolverines no matter what circumstances or adversity stare them in the face. **Video of Beilein's Presser**