Posted by Tom Fornelli
Last week we were all robbed of what looked like it was going to be another epic Denard Robinson performance. He'd already thrown for 60 yards and rushed for 129 more before having to leave the game with a knee injury halfway through the first quarter.
Today Denard is picking up where he left off.
Michigan is tied 21-21 with Indiana at halftime, but Robinson is going off once again for the Wolverines. He's completed 7-of-9 passes for 152 and two touchdowns and picked up another 154 yards on the ground, including a 73-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter. That means Robinson has 306 total yards in one half.
That puts him on a pace to finish with 612 yards and six touchdowns, which would surpass his amazing 502 yards of offense -- a school-record -- against Notre Dame earlier this season. The Wolverines may need every single one of those yards as well, because Robinson can't help Michigan's defense keep Indiana out of the end zone.