GBW has posted this (non-paywalled) transcript of a roundtable interview with Denard Robinson at the Big Ten Media Days.
Lots of the same type of questions you've been seeing, but it's worth a read.
Question: What has Coach Borges said about the process of when a play is developing you should decide when to take off and when to run; what is his philosophy about that?
Denard Robinson: “Do not force it. Don’t force it across the middle, don’t force anything. If a man is not open just take off.”
Question: Is there a lot of room for you to improvise in this offense?
Denard Robinson: “Oh yeah. It is basically a broken play. If a broken play happens, you got to take off that’s probably one of the hardest plays to defend is a broken play.”
Question: Will there be more of a variety of throws that you’ll make in this offense as opposed to last year?
Denard Robinson: “Yeah. We did a lot of routes last year. We’ll have some different routes from last year.”
Question: Coach Borges said he was going to keep some of the spread elements in this offense. How much have they kept? Is it enough that it is going to give you some room to run at times and keep the ball as well?
Denard Robinson: “Oh yeah. It is a lot. It is a good deal.”
Question: Being under center rollouts and bootlegs are things and stuff like that are things they can do, run/pass type option make defenses kind of afraid of you out there on the edge?
Denard Robinson: “We was just talking about that. We might do it. We might not. It really doesn’t matter.”
Question: How do you think you’ve gotten better with passing this summer?
Denard Robinson: “Being patient and not rushing.”
Question: Did Coach Borges show you film from San Diego State or anything like that to show you what they did and what they expect of you?
Denard Robinson: “Oh yeah.”
Question: Is that when you watch film primarily is that it? You obviously do not watch film from last year, do you? What other films do you look at?
Denard Robinson: “He showed me some film when he was at Auburn. He showed us some film from San Diego State. He shows us that and tells us what we should do and shouldn’t do.”
Question: How much are you in there watching film?
Denard Robinson: “A lot.”