"Trust me! You better go with me, you better not go with anyone else," Robinson said when asked what Michigan player dominates on the current version of the game. "I'm going with myself. I've got to have confidence in myself. I'm a gamer, that's what I do."
Robinson laughed as he described showdowns with most of his teammates during preseason camp, crediting his quarterbacking skills as a big reason for the success.
Tune in to hear Denard on the latest episode of the Eye On College Football Podcast, as he also discusses the NFL Draft and previews the 2013 Michigan Wolverines. We also discuss the success of the Michigan hoops team, and learn about some family ties Robinson has in the South Region of NCAA tournament.
Ways to listen:
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In the podcast ...
0:00 -- What's on the regular schedule for an NFL Draft prospect in the final month of the process.
1:15 -- Talking some NCAA tournament South Region, Denard's family ties to Florida and a possible trip to North Texas if the Wolverines advance past Kansas.
3:00 -- What will surprise fans about the 2013 Michigan Wolverines on the football field.
4:05 -- The best piece of advice Robinson ever received from Michigan coach Brady Hoke.
5:05 -- Robinson, the NCAA College Football 14 cover athlete, selects himself as the most skilled video game player on Michigan's roster. Judging by his confident answer, EA Sports lucked out by having such an experienced gamer as the winner of the fan vote.
7:22 -- Robinson discusses how his game has evolved in predraft preparation, including where he believes he has improved the most.
8:20 -- Signing off with a discussion of draft weekend plans and expectations for the big event.