Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
Quotes from today. Found at http://scores.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=302540087
No wonder Wolverines coach Rich Rodriguez said the spectacular new star of his spread offense might sleep on the trip back to Ann Arbor. He deserves some rest.
"Man, I didn't even know that," Robinson said of his record-breaking day -- the second week in a row he snapped single-game Michigan quarterback marks for total offense and rushing.
"Our offense came together," he said. "The offensive line blocked, the receivers catching, everything was clicking. ... I'm a team player and I don't look at stats."
Then Robinson showed that not only is he fast and strong, he's a clutch player, too. He led Michigan on a 12-play, 72-yard drive, capped his game-winning TD -- a fitting end.
"He [Roundtree] gave me a wink before the play. He winked at me and I knew I could go to him and I could count on him," Robinson said. "And he was there."
"Once I get on the field, I don't like to be caught from behind. It was like I can't get caught, can't get caught," Robinson said.
WHO IS GOING TO CATCH HIM! Go Blue!
Did anybody else have a problem with the play calling by RichRod on 3rd downs all game? It seemed liked we had numerous 3rd and shorts (4 yards or less) and the staff didn't call D-Rob's number that often.
With D-Rob having his way with defenses so far this season, it would seem obvious to let Denard have a crack at it rather than passing so often.
Intersting pic. Looks like a missed facemask on Denard's fumble. Not that it mattered that much but it would've been nice to have balanced out the 15 yrd penalties.
Is Va. Tech's loss to James Madison worse than the loss to App. State?