Posted by Tom Fornelli
It just wouldn't be a normal week in the college football world if we didn't have to wonder what the status of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson was for the coming weekend. Robinson had to leave Michigan's video game triple-overtime victory over Illinois during the third quarter on Saturday, and experienced concussion-like symptoms. Robinson had a headache and was dizzy, so Michigan trainers felt it best to keep him out of the rest of the game, and Tate Forcier filled in admirably to lead the Wolverines to a victory.
But what about this Saturday's game against Purdue?
Well, Rich Rodriguez did his best to avoid the word concussion during his news conference on Monday, but did say that Robinson should be "good to go" after going through tests on Sunday.
"All's good," Rodriguez said. "There are no issues."
Which means that Robinson is likely going to start against Purdue on Saturday, break off a big run, take a hit, and then have to leave the game. Then next Monday or Tuesday we'll be writing the same post here again about Robinson's status for the game against Ohio State. So I guess we'll see you then!