Posted October 28, 2012 on
Sam Webb, Stan Edwards, Tom Beaver recap Michigan's 23-9 loss to Nebraska. The trio broke down performance turned in by the Russell Bellomy, discussed the potential for Devin Gardner to take the helm, and much much more.
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Michigan Football went to Nebraska and lost to the Huskers on Saturday night by a final score of 23-9. Denard Robinson was injured early and did not return. That pretty much signaled the end of Michigan’s hopes to win this game. Russell Bellomy was inserted at quarterback and struggled completing just 3 of 16 passes for 38 yards to go along with 3 interceptions.
Under Brady Hoke, Michigan is 15-0 when it scores more than 17 points. That’s all the defense needs to stand its ground and hold off its opponent. This weekend, however, Michigan came up well short and suffered its third loss of the season. All three have been away from the Big House.
Nebraska 23 – #20 Michigan 9
ANN ARBOR -- Denard Robinson is expected to play Saturday as Michigan takes on Minnesota.
Robinson missed the second half of last weekend's 23-9 loss to Nebraska after aggravating a nerve injury in his elbow. He was replaced by Russell Bellomy, who went 3-for-16 with three interceptions, allowing the Cornhuskers to pull away for the key LegendsDivision victory.
Michigan, it seems, got a scare and not a long-term problem when Denard Robinson injured a nerve in his right elbow against Nebraska.
''He should be fine,'' Wolverines coach Brady Hoke said Monday. ''He should be ready to go on Saturday.''
The unranked Wolverines (5-3, 3-1 Big Ten) will play their second straight road game this week at Minnesota...
Denard Robinson injury update.
Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke says Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson is probable for this coming Saturday's road game against Minnesota despite an arm injury in the loss to Nebraska. (The Detroit Free Press)
It ain't over till it's over.
Scott Dochternan looks at the chaotic state of the battles...
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...
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson left Saturday night's game against Nebraska late in the first half because of a cut on his arm.
According to the Michigan football radio network, Robinson is expected to return in the second half.
The right-handed Robinson stayed down and appeared to be holding his hand after a run to the Nebraska 8. Russell Bellomy...
Michigan senior left tackle Taylor Lewan wasn't in the mood for jokes Wednesday. Lewan comes to the defense of quarterback Russell Bellomy, talks about the running game's miscues, and about finishing in the red zone.
The Huskers took care of business tonight under the lights putting away Michigan, 23-9. The Wolverines lost Denard Robinson to injury late in the first half and couldn't find a way to replace his offensive production.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- 86,160 packed Memorial Stadium Saturday night (a second-largest home crowd) for the Big Red's Big Ten showdown with Denard Robinson and the Wolverines. In the end stood Nebraska victorious, 23-9, the defense with their blackshirts, and Denard, injured and sidelined with an unknown return. Josh Harvey and Erin Hartigan dissect it all.
Wilbert the Wolverine here—sorry I am late with this—I’ve been out wandering around the U of M Campus today. I can count the students wearing Michigan sweatshirts on one paw. Last Monday, practically everybody on campus had on a Michigan sweatshirt, and M Flags were still hanging from dorm room windows—none today. Why is that? Last Monday people were going into to Moe’s...
Michigan's Trey Burke answers Go Blue Wolverines questions directly from Big Ten Media Day -- you can check it out inside.
Game 3 of the World Series between the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants is Saturday night at 8pm. At the same time out in Nebraska, the Michigan Wolverines will be kicking off against the Huskers. Join us for an open thread to discuss either game below.