I found this video on YouTube today. Watch as Brendan Gibbons covers his own punt.
Just watching out for former targets and future competition.. Noah Spence (Ohio commit) and Ronald Darby (ND) are having a huge day at the UA All American game. The only thing that can make this sweet is if Garnett decides to commit to M during the game..
In other news, Wes Brown committed to Maryland..
Nice to hear Hoke mention Wilson, Bolden and Ringer for the first time.
Just a reminder to those like me about to enter winged helmet withdrawal symptoms, Michigan's 2012 spring game is April 14th.
Also, National signing day is February 1, 2012 (only 27 days away).
Assuming he can stay healthy another season, Denard Robinson appears to be in position to overtake Tom Brady, Jim Harbaugh, Todd Collins and perhaps even Elvis Grbac in all time passing yards at Michigan.
As of the end of the 2011 season, including Sugar Bowl, Denard Robinson is ranked 7th all-time among UM QBs having thrown for a career 4,931 yards, 40 touchdowns and 30 INTs over 38 games played.
Currently ahead of Denard Robinson:
6th Tom Brady, 5,351 yards, 35 TDs, 19 INTs over 40 games
5th Jim Harbaugh, 5,449 yards, 41 TDs, 22 INTs over 49 games
4th Todd Collins, 5,858 yards, 37 TDs, 20 INTs over 48 games
3rd Elvis Grbac, 6,460 yards, 71 TDs, 31 INTs over 48 games
2nd John Navarre, 9,254 yards, 72 TDs, 31 INTs over 50 games
1st Chad Henne, 9,715 yards, 87 TDs, 37 INTs over 47 games
Robinson should easily surpass the passing records of Brady, Harbaugh and Collins next season.
Robinson needs 1,530 yards to surpass Elvis Grbac. Not impossible, but highly doubtful that Robinson gets 32 TD passes next year to break Grbac's career TD passes.
For the passing records of Navarre and Henne to fall, Michigan will have to wait until the next freshman phenom QB comes to Ann Arbor to start all 4 years.
Another 1,000 yard rushing season for Denard Robinson might place him close to or above TB Tyrone Wheatley (UM's #4 all time leading rusher with 4,179 yards).This along with the passing yardage numbers above...que ridiculo, no?!