Found March 12, 2013 on College Spun:
EA Sports The results are in – Michigan’s Denard Robinson will be on the cover of NCAA 2014. The former Wolverine beat out former Texas A&M wideout Ryan Swope for the coveted spot. Robinson was a three-year starter at QB for Michigan, and led the maize and blue to a victory in the 2012 Sugar Bowl vs. Virginia Tech. You can see EA Sports’ official announcement here.
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