"You certainly can't fake the amount of work you put in during the offseason," O'Korn said this weekend. "I'd echo that, (Harbaugh will) find out and we'll all find out. We've all been here together, but you'll find out Aug. 8 who put in the extra work and who was here at 6 a.m. and who was here the latest. Who grabbed a guy in the middle of the afternoon when they had a few hours to get some extra work in."
"Through four games, Robinson is on pace to run 231 times for 1,794 yards and 16 touchdowns — virtually identical to his rushing numbers in 2010, and a heavier workload than all but one running back in the Big Ten."